This small parish is located high on a hill, somewhat separated from the bustle of busy MacArthur Boulevard. Masses are very ... More
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church
This small parish is located high on a hill, somewhat separated from the bustle of busy MacArthur Boulevard. Masses are very traditional, and the parish community is close-knit - it is not unusual to hear people greeting each other by name. Visitors are welcomed with a smile. Adjacent to the church is an elementary school with the same name. Call for service times.
Reviews for Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church: 3
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By A Yahoo Contributor, 5/4/11
I have attended Mass everytime I have visited my son since 2000.
I don' t always remember the Mass schedule. This should be an important part of the site. Telling me to call for the info is not convenient. I visited the website for this info.
I love this Church and its new pastor David Werning. Since his arrival the place has a renewed sense of community and cooperation. Lots of young parishioners with kids and lots of older parishioners with a great sense of history and commitment to the parish work together beautifully. Plus great fellowship opportunities -- weekly hospitality, a fabulous concert series, car washes, bake sales, a rummage sale and more make this a welcoming, fun place to worship.
Our Lady of Victory is a welcoming Parish.Newcomers quickly learn that they can contribute immediately on any Parish committee or activity. One of my favorite Parish activities is the hospitality following the Sunday masses at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM. The 8:00 AM coffees are full of lively conversations about the things most people care about, health care, transportation, environment, etc., and things that are family, travel, kids, schools, activities, etc. The 10:30 coffee is also a friendly atmosphere for sharing conversations with the addition of children who accompany their parents to the later mass for a myriad of child-interest activities in the "take-out" program for children.
OLV is truely the parish to be!
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