Our Mission

Jesus brings life to Our Lady of Victory Parish when He says “I am the vine, you are the branches.” Guided by the Holy Spirit in the Roman Catholic tradition, we are called to minister to the spiritual formation as well as the emotional, physical and social needs of our members and the community at large. We imitate Mary whose faith led her to accept God’s mission so that we may live out our mission. As Mary serves as a model of hope for us, we as people of hope remain as life-giving branches on the vine. 

Inclement Weather Policy

We follow Baltimore County Public Schools for closings and late openings.  If schools open late, there will be no morning Mass and the Parish Office will open late.  If schools are dismissed early, the Parish Office will close and all evening meetings and events will be cancelled.  If schools are closed, the Parish Office will be closed and all services, meetings, and events will be cancelled.

Sunday morning Religious Education activities will be held unless you receive e-mail notification of cancellation.

Information will be posted on our Facebook page, MyParishApp, and Flocknotes.

March for Life, January 18

A group from OLV will be going to the march on Friday, January 18, 2019, sharing a bus with St. Agnes, St. William of York.  This is an incredible opportunity to join with thousands of people who want to make a difference and bring God’s light into the world by ending abortion.  For more information or to reserve a seat, please call St. Agnes Parish at

The Divine Mercy Revelations and the Life Issue. January 23

Our Lady’s Center Marian Shrine welcomes back Dave and Joan Maroney of Mother of Mercy Messengers (MOMM) on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, for another inspiring and insightful Divine Mercy presentation.  They will discuss the connection between the Divine Mercy revelations and abortions; there is a very strong but little-known connection to this sin that Saint Faustina called “the most grievous crime of all.”  Mass will be held at noon, followed by the presentation at 1:00 p.m., followed by refreshments.  Divine Mercy materials will be available.  Free will offerings accepted.  Our Lady’s Center is located at 3301 S. Rogers Ave., Ellicott City, MD 21043.  They can be reached by phone at 410-461-5066 or email at email@ourladyscenter.net.

Brew Night:  Lepanto Parish Ale, January 26, 2019 (6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.)

The Brew Night has been rescheduled for Saturday, January 26, in Hindley Hall.  Please join our own local homebrewer Trevor Needham as he provides us with 3 hours of brewing instruction and beer sampling.  Tickets are $40 per person and includes two 22-oz. bottles of our Lepanto Parish Ale to take home at a later date.  Contact the Parish Office at 410-242-0131 for tickets.

Our Lady of Victory Valentine’s Dinner, February 23

The Knights of Columbus, OLV Council is sponsoring a Valentine’s Dinner on February 23, 2019.  A Mass and Renewal of Wedding Vows will take place at 6:00 p.m., followed by dinner.  The menu includes light appetizers, stuffed pork, roasted potatoes, green beans, bread pudding, cookies, soft drinks, beer, wine, coffee, and iced tea.  Tickets are $70 per couple and will be available after all Masses on January 12,13, 26, and 27, or through the Parish Office or any Knight.  Please note that a limited number of tickets will be available.

Third Annual Bull, Oyster, and Shrimp Roast, March 2, 2019 (6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)

Mark your calendars for our third annual bull, oyster, and shrimp roast to benefit Our Lady of Victory School.  The evening will include entertainment by DJ Dean, a silent auction, great food, and tons of fun.  Tickets are $45 per person and are available through the school (410-242-3688).

Pilgrimage to Italy Hosted by Father John Rapisarda, November 4 – 14, 2019

Click on the following link to see the flyer for more information:  Pilgrimage to Italy Flyer

Music Ministry

If you are interested in being part of our Music Ministry, please contact Mary Kurek at mkurek@olvictory.org.