Our Lady of Victory
Our Lady of Victory

Welcome to Our Lady of Victory

Mission Statement


I nspired by Mary, 

N ourished by Word and Sacrament, 

R ejoicing in the Lord, and 

I gnited by the Spirit 


We are sent to love and serve, as we journey toward the Kingdom! 

A Note from Father Alan

Welcome to the first full week of Lent.  We have been marked again with ashes, signed with the cross of Christ. We have begun a penitential time of  renewal.  Whatever we do in terms of bodily penance, prayer or almsgiving is meant as part of a spiritual  renewal or reawakening.  “This is the acceptable time” we hear in the Scriptures, a time for God to again be the “All in all” in our lives, taking us all hopefully a few steps further on the road of conversion.


Thank you in advance for all that you will do to   contribute to the success of our Lenten fish fries. Thanks in advance for all that you will do to help feed the hungry through the use of the rice bowls for Lenten almsgiving. Thanks for your generosity to this year’s Bishop’s Appeal which we will hear all about this weekend. 


Thank you, too, for the Mardi Gras and welcome of  Father Lucho and all the travelers back safe and sound from Peru. We are planning to share about our experiences from the mission trip at the Masses on the first weekend of March.  That will be Fr. Lucho’s last weekend with us. This weekend he is  participating in the liturgies at Assumption Parish in Morris.


This Sunday we send ten RCIA candidates to St. Mary’s Cathedral where they will join many others from around the diocese and celebrate the Rite of Election and Continuing Call to Conversion. Bishop Kettler will preside at the 3:00 p.m. service. Please keep these candidates in your prayers as they engage in final preparations for the Easter sacraments and welcome into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil.


All are invited to participate in the Stations of the Cross each Friday evening during Lent at 7:15 p.m.  Please mark Friday, March 2, as the day of our Festival of Forgiveness when confessors will be    available throughout the day for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.  We  repent so we can truly rejoice in the new life God wants us all to have again at  Easter. A blessed Lent to  everyone!



Parish School/Preschool

Our Lady of Victory School is more than just an educational institution.  Our school is an environment where active learning takes place as students learn about the world and themselves. Our faculty’s educational expertise and personal dedication are key to our culture of mutual respect and cooperation.  Please click here for more information:  


Contact Us

Our Lady of Victory Church

207 North Vine Street

Fergus Falls, MN 56537


Phone: 218 736-2429 or contact@ffolvchurch.org

Current Bulletins

February 18.pdf
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February 11.pdf
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February 4.pdf
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Regular Hours

We're here to welcome you.


Parish Office Hours

9:00am-4:00pm (closed noon hour)



Weekend Mass Times

Saturday 4:30pm
Sunday 8:30am & 10:30am


Thursday & Friday 8:30am

Saturday 3:30pm

Daily Mass
Tuesday 12:05pm

Wednesday (rotating Nursing Homes-first 4 Wednesdays)

Fifth Wednesdays - 9:00am OLV
Thursday & Friday 9:00am


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