Parish Structure of Committees
Our Lady of Victory Committee Missions
Our Lady of Victory Parish is a part of the Roman Catholic Church, which we believe is the institutional continuation of the church founded by our Lord Jesus Christ when he sent out his apostles after his resurrection with these instructions: “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to carry out all that I have commanded of you, and know that I am with you always, until the end of the world.” By the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist, members of the church are promised eternal life and are equipped to serve God and their neighbor, according to the gifts and talents which each of them have received. In this way, we worship God in Spirit and Truth and welcome his Kingdom into our hearts and into the world.
We, the people of Our Lady of Victory Parish are a Christian community of the one true Church founded by Jesus Himself, and built on the Rock of Peter.
As disciples of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on a pilgrimage to eternal happiness in Communion with the Holy Trinity, we commit ourselves to following Him and entering into a closer relationship with Him in this life through our prayer, worship and the sacraments; ongoing faith formation; and a dedication to corporal and spiritual works of mercy to serve those in need.
We seek to proclaim the Gospel in our lives and we recognize the God-given dignity of every man, woman and child, created in His image and likeness, at all ages and stages of their existence, from conception until natural death.
- We recognize the central importance of the Sunday celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of the Church's life.
We commit ourselves to learning and understanding what Christ reveals in the Sacred Scriptures and Tradition of the Church, guided and instructed by our Holy Father and the Archbishop of Cincinnati. We tak seriously our sacred mission to hand this faith on to all of our parish children.
Works of Mercy
As followers of Jesus Christ, called to be known by our love for one another, we strive to bring the presence of Christ and a true hope to those who may otherwise despair for lack of faith, food, shelter, clothing, Christian friendship, companionship and treatment not in keeping with their human dignity.