Our Lady of Victory Parish has been serving the Lord in the Palisades community since 1909. We welcome you to join us for worship, fellowship and religious education for all ages. Our mission is to faithfully embrace and promote the values and teachings of Christ through worship, education and service to others.
Latest News at Our Lady of Victory
Weekend Mass on 7/21 & 7/22 to be held in Hess Auditorium: Due to the continuing repair of the church ceiling, all Masses will be celebrated in Hess Auditorium this weekend.
Daily Mass & Church Ceiling: It’s hard to miss the section of ceiling that is missing in the church! It gave way due to “heat buckling,” the age of the ceiling itself, and improper installation some 60 years ago. The repair of the entire church ceiling will begin this Monday, and will take at least a full week to complete. The 11:30 weekday Mass will be celebrated in the Rectory Living Room during the construction, and the church will be closed; however, the adoration chapel, as always, will be accessible.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults): This class will begin in September, and meet most Sundays (not on 3-day weekends or over holiday weeks) from 9:15 – 10:15 in the Rectory Living Room. It is for adults who are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, possibly wanting to receive the sacraments of initiation at the Easter Vigil on April 20, 2019. It is also for Catholic adults who have never received the sacrament of Confirmation, and would like to receive it at the Easter Vigil. If you or someone you know might be interested, please refer them to Father Dave.
Weekday Mass Summer Reminder: A reminder that the 7:00 weekday Mass is suspended from Memorial Day (May 28th) until after Labor Day (September 3rd).
Summer Open Gym Basketball Program: We are excited to again be able to offer the Summer Open Gym Basketball Program at Visitation. The program is free and open to all rising 3rd grade to high school OLV CYO players. Visit our CYO Athletics page to learn more.
Doing Spring Cleaning? On the first weekend of October, our parish is being asked by Catholic Charities to collect new and “gently- used” scarves, socks and winter hats to be distributed to the many needy and homeless in our area. If you are cleaning out your closets and storage areas this spring/summer, don’t forget to set these items aside for that collection.
Poor Box: Donations for the month of July are for the needy in our area.