The Saint Vincent De Paul Society was first started at Saint Tarcissus in 1926. Today the Saint Vincent De Paul members at St. Elizabeth of the Trinity faithfully carry on the tradition of the Patron Saint of the poor. No act of charity is foreign to the needs of the poor. The Society is an association of lay Catholic men and women gathered together with the goal of increasing their spiritual growth by serving the needs of people in trouble. Several of our activities include person-to-person service to those in need with anonymity given to those being served, home visits, support for two food pantries, and assistance to soup kitchens. The Saint Vincent De Paul Conference at St. Elizabeth of the Trinity follows the gospel message in action… I was hungry… I was thirsty… I was a stranger… I was naked… I was sick… I was in prison… and you cared.