LOVES CHRIST AND TREASURES THE CHURCH
A WELCOMING COMMUNITY WHO
We are live-streaming our Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:30PM Mass recordings available the whole week
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.
Our Lady of the Rosary Parish - Our Lady of Victory Church Site
NEW LITURGICAL SCHEDULE STARTING JULY 1ST, 2021
Weekday Masses: 8AM – Monday, Tuesday & Thursday (Followed by Adoration till 9AM)
Weekend Masses: 4:30PM Vigil (Saturday) & 10:30AM Sunday
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Wednesday: 7PM – 8PM
Also available on Thursday at St. Paschal Church site &
Friday at the St. Bartholomew Church site
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Available at the St. Bartholomew and St. Paschal Church sites
Sacrament of Baptism
Please contact St. Bartholomew or St. Paschal Church site
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.
Have a Blessed Sunday
WELCOMING YOU HOME
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.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
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.
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.