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.
Welcome to Our Lady of Victory
Join Us for Mass
- Our Mass schedule is available on the homepage of our site or by clicking here.
- Saturday evening confessions will be available 4:00-5:00 in the church sacristy (behind the altar).
- All Mass attendees will need to wear masks during Mass and maintain appropriate social distancing and hand sanitizer will be provided in the church.
Our New Pastor: If you missed the announcement from last week, Fr. Andrew Gonzalo who is currently pastor of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Benedict has been appointed pastor of Our Lady of Victory. He will begin his ministry here the second week of July.
Hospitality: Please join us after the 10:30am Mass for hospitality under the tent in the parking lot. Panera will be catering the coffee and goodies!
Fr. Bill's Weekly Message and Video
Dear Parishioners and Friends,
Happy Father’s Day to all fathers! May the Lord bless you as you seek to be men of faith, hope and love in a world that so underestimates the role of loving fathers. Fatherhood is more than physical as we learn from St. Joseph. During this holy year dedicated to St. Joseph our Guardian and Protector, may he gain for all fathers the grace they need to live their vocation: to safeguard the eternal salvation of all who are in their care. My own father passed away suddenly over 13 years ago. He lost his father when he was just 13 years old so I think it was particularly difficult for him to raise 8 children not being able to turn to his father for advice. Fortunately, the Lord gave me 44 years to learn from my father! So many of the stories and lessons I share in my preaching originated with my father. He was a tremendous dad — not perfect, of course! — but I’m so deeply grateful to God our Father for the loving father he commissioned to raise me up. Speaking of which: here is the link to this week’s Friday afternoon video series song by Randy Travis called “Raise Him Up”.
God bless you all!
Fr. Bill, OP