Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization which ministers to those who are without the resources to establish a home for themselves and/or their families. Among those served by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul are those who have fallen between the cracks in society. Some are not eligible for existing social programs or these resources may have been exhausted leaving many of our friends nowhere else to turn but to the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul for basic necessities. The Society can offer food, furniture, clothing, household items, or sometimes a sympathetic ear. Need is determined through a process of visiting our less fortunate friends in their homes to assess how best to help.

In order to carry out its work, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul relies upon donations of gently used household items, furniture, small appliances, clothing, and food, as well as monetary gifts.

If you would like to make a donation, you can call the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul at 780-471-5577 to leave a message, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Faith and Light

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We are blessed in our local community of Grandin Faith and Light that for 35 years we have been supported and encouraged by St. Albert Catholic parish. We meet in the Lacombe room in the basement of St. Albert Parish, once a month following the pancake breakfast. Faith and Light communities are made up of persons with an intellectual disability, their families and friends, particularly young friends, who meet together on a regular basis in a Christian spirit, to share friendship, pray together, fiesta and celebrate life. To learn more check out our international website at www.faithandlight.org or contact me. Deanne @ 780 418-5654.

Our Associated Catholic Schools

We are blessed to have a strong relationship with the Greater St. Albert Catholic School Division and our seven associated Catholic schools.  We offer ministry to these dynamic educational communities, and their presence at St. Albert Catholic Parish enriches the church, the body of Christ.  We invite you to strongly consider Catholic schooling for your children.

Albert Lacombe Catholic School  http://www.al.gsacrd.ab.ca/

Bertha Kennedy Catholic School  http://www.berthakennedy.com/

J.J. Nearing Catholic Elementary School  http://www.jjn.gsacrd.ab.ca/

Ecole Father Jan  http://www.efj.gsacrd.ab.ca/

Vincent J. Maloney Catholic Junior High School  http://www.vjm.gsacrd.ab.ca/ 

Ecole Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d’Youville  http://www.essmy.gsacrd.ab.ca/

St. Albert Catholic High School  http://www.sachs.gsacrd.ab.ca/ 

St. Gabriel High School  http://www.stgabe.gsacrd.ab.ca/

Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools  http://www.gsacrd.ab.ca/

World Youth Day — St. Albert 

WORLD YOUTH DAY PILGRIMAGE 2019

 Calling all pilgrims! We are beginning our preparation for our Pilgrimage to World Youth Day 2019. WYD Panama will be held in January 2019.  This will be a spiritual journey that we hope will lead you to a closer and more profound relationship with God, as well as with our Faith Community here at St. Albert Parish. You will have the opportunity to get to know other young adults from our Parish as well as work with mentors to help guide you through the preparations. It is our hope that by participating at WYD, you will have the chance to join with other young Catholics from around the world and have an understanding of the greater global reality to which you belong. We will be hosting an information session on June 22nd at 7:30 in the Grandin Room in the Church Hall. According to Archdiocesan Policy, all pilgrims must be 18 by December 2018 in order to be eligible to go with our group,. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Serena at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at the Parish Office at 780-459-6691.

Knights of Columbus — St. Albert


Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their Church. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie; it is being involved with your community; it is supporting your local Catholic Church, while enhancing your own faith; it is about protecting and enhancing your family life. Knights of Columbus — St. Albert website

Catholic Women's League

Although the Catholic Women’s League was incorporated nationally in 1920 in Montreal, it actually began in the Edmonton Diocese in 1912. The pioneers of this organization worked closely with immigrants to help them adjust to a foreign land. Some councils continue to do this important work. Our own council was organized in St. Albert in 1931. Since the inception of this national organization, members have been actively working "For God and Canada". Read more...

Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools

Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools serves the area just north and northwest of the city of Edmonton. The communities that fall within its mandate include the city of St. Albert, town of Morinville, town of Legal and portions of the rural areas surrounding these communities. 

Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools