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Attention all parishioners and guests.

Effective June 11th all capacity limits related to masses and other devotions due to Covid -19 pandemic are lifted. Prior registration to masses is no longer required. Masks and social distancing of up to 6ft are not required for vaccinated persons but still recommended for not vaccinated individuals as allowed by conditions. The proof of vaccination is not required to attend any mass or parish event.

From Our Pastor - Church Closing 

With this weekend’s celebration of the Feast of Christ the King, the Liturgical Year of Grace 2021 reaches its completion. The Church’s  New Year of Grace, the Liturgical Year 2022 begins with next weekend’s celebration of the First Sunday of Advent. So many of us are saddened at the closing of Our Lady of Victory Church with the final regularly scheduled Mass offered at 10:30 AM today. We do not know the plans being made by the Archdiocese for the

buildings located on the Our Lady of Victory campus. There is the possibility for funerals, weddings, and other events taking place in the church after the last regularly scheduled Sunday Mass. If it is possible for us to accommodate a family’s request for a wedding or funeral, please call the Our Lady of the Rosary Office at your earliest convenience. Parishioners from Our Lady of Victory maintained a strong tradition of Eucharistic Adoration.  Although we will not be able to continue Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Our Lady of Victory Church after November 21, I urge our devotees to participate in the periods of Adoration scheduled at Saint Pascal and Saint Bartholomew churches. Saint Pascal holds Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the church every Thursday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Saint Bartholomew exposes the Most Holy Eucharist in the lower chapel of its church every Friday from 9:00 AM until 11:00 PM. The Unification Team will consider additional periods for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Beginning next weekend, on the First Sunday of Advent, November 28, we will provide a shuttle 
service on a handicap accessible bus from the Our Lady of Victory parking lot to one of our other churches for the 10:00 AM Mass. We shall begin with transportation to Saint Bartholomew Church for the 10:00 AM Mass, but hope to expand our service to include other times and Mass at Saint Pascal. No tickets or reservations are needed. Please plan to meet the bus at Our Lady of Victory at 9:30 AM. Mass in Spanish will be offered at Saint Pascal Church on Sunday evenings at 6:00 PM beginning November 28, the First Sunday of Advent. Lectors, ushers, and choir members are needed for the Mass. Please contact Johanna Ortegon, our Director of Liturgy and Music, if you can assist. Our Lady of the Rosary Parish will offer Mass on Thanksgiving morning at both Saint Bartholomew and  Saint Pascal churches. Mass in English will be offered at Saint Pascal at 9:00 AM. A bilingual Mass at Saint Bartholomew will begin at 10:00 AM. We pray that you
and your families have a most blessed Thanksgiving.


According to new regulations parish offices should resume their normal activity. All capacity limits related to staff and clients are lifted. Please call our office for an actual opening hours. 

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Church should unify the faithful community. We strongly believe in it at Our Lady of Victory Parish and want to make it a home worth coming back for all.


We are a Catholic community of faith with long history and tradition that has touched countless lives for generations.  The Church of Our Lady of Victory is a beacon of faith in our local community and beyond, where Christ is the center of our liturgical and parish life. 


In all of the programs provided, children and adults are invited to grow in their relationship with Christ and learn respect, responsibility, knowledge of sacraments and the Mass, and also have the opportunity to socialize. Different materials are used, and the goal is to meet people where they are and to encourage on-going faith formation.


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Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Flame Center


Vision and Mission

The Vision and Mission of the Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Flame Center is to first draw spiritual grace from the Eucharistic Jesus, become transformed by the power of the Eucharist, and in awakening a profound sense of our own discipleship, to invite and lead others the Lord and his Eucharistic presence.

This mission also stems from the words of Jesus: “I have come to throw fire on earth and how much I desired to see it burning” (Lk.12:49). This beautiful passage uttered by Jesus speaks about His understanding of His own mission on earth.  As His disciples, our mission is to continue to fulfill these divine words, to spread the Fire of God’s grace to others, and to invite others into the mystery of our Catholic faith, and the mystery of the Eucharist.


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