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Serving Our Parishioners For Over 50 Years

Our Lady of Victories has been a focal point for the community, both spiritually and temporally, since 1969. In 2019, we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the incorporation of Our Lady of Victories parish here on Ballymun Road.

To learn more about the history of Our Lady of Victories church and parish and the people who played a pivotal role in its incorporation, click the button below.

Upcoming Notices

Mass Scheduling Changes in 2020

Changes to Mass Schedules

The Glasnevin grouping of parishes have had to reschedule certain Mass times at each of the respective churches in 2020.

In particular to Our Lady of Victories, we would inform our parishioners of the following important changes from 4th January:
  • There will be no Vigil on Saturday evenings.
  • Sunday evening Mass with the Young Adult Gospel Choir will now be celebrated at 6:00pm.

Glasnevin Grouping Scheduling

To see the scheduling changes at our sister churches in the grouping, please click on the below button.

Feast of the Epiphany

Monday 6th January is the Feast of the Epiphany and is a Holy Day of Obligation.

Mass will be celebrated here in Our Lady of Victories at 10:00am on the Holy Day.

There is also evening Mass at 7:00pm in Church of Our Holy Child, Whitehall.

Parish Weekly Newsletter

12th January 2020 - Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

Advance Notice: Laudate Festival will be taking place here in the Church on Tuesday 28 January at 7.00-8.15 p.m.  A large choir of children from schools in the diocese, 500-1000 in each venue, will lead in song and prayer.  The festival nights are joyful and reflective gatherings celebrating the gift of faith.  This is for everyone to enjoy and is free for all parents, families, friends and parishioners.
We extend a very warm welcome to the boys and girls who are preparing for the sacraments of 1st Holy Communion and Confirmation  and who will be participating in our Sunday 12 noon Mass this weekend.
Pope Francis has asked us to pray to the Lord to help the people of Australia at this difficult time as major fires rage across the nation. A number of our parishioners have close family relations in Australia and it is a very anxious time. Earlier this week, the president of the Australian Bishops Conference, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane, issued a statement about the “unprecedented” crisis facing the country. Like Pope Francis, he too called for prayer, noting that “A genuine Catholic response to a crisis of this magnitude must draw strength from prayer which inspires concrete and compassionate action”.

Recently Deceased

We pray for Una Sheehan, Michael Venables, Nell Carroll, Brigid Scott and Patrick McDonald.

Month’s Mind

We remember Carmel Kenna, Tommy O’Brien and Brendan Cooper whose months minds occur around this time.


May they rest in peace and may their family and friends find comfort at this time.

A big thank you to all who helped deliver the planned giving boxes for 2020 that were remaining after weekend of 14th and 15th December.   Your help was much appreciated. If for any reason you didn’t get a box or would like to sign up for one or perhaps to get or change to standing order, please ring Marie in Parish office at 01 8420346 or email info@olv.ie

Lucky Dip winner for voucher (Planned Giving) was box no. 203. Congratulations!

Our Church shop still has some 2020 calendars for sale. Many thanks to all the ladies who help out in the shop.


Thursday Tea will resume next week 16th January. We thank our Sunday and Thursday hospitality teams.

Quick recap: Sunday Masses here in Our Lady of Victories are at 10am, 12 noon and 6pm on Sundays. (There is no Vigil Mass on Saturday).


Sign of Peace: Due to the number of colds and flu around, we would kindly remind our parishioners that during the sign of peace it is fine to simply smile, wave, or bow to convey the message of peace, if you are feeling unwell or if you are prone to such illnesses.


1st and 2nd collection envelope (Blue and Pink)

Dear Parishioners: Many thanks to all our parishioners who signed up for envelopes for 1st and 2nd Sunday collection.  We are delighted with the response.

Just to clarify that it is not a commitment to give €250 in these collections.

In practice what it means is that for tax refund purposes we can now add what the parishioner donates in the first and second collection to their planned giving or standing order donations so that the accumulated amount can attract tax refunds. This initiative was not designed to put pressure on our parishioners who are kind enough to donate to these collections and most likely also to the weekly family offering or standing order but rather to ensure that all your donations can be recorded for tax purposes (if you pay tax).The monies in the envelopes for the 1st and 2nd collection are of course are still lodged to the 1st and 2nd collection accounts.  Many thanks to you and to our new volunteers who are counting these monies.

Child Safeguarding in Our Lady of Victories

The Archdiocese of Dublin recognises and upholds the dignity and rights of all children, is committed to ensuring their safety and well-being and will work in partnership with parents/guardians to do this. The Archdiocese recognises each child as a gift from God, and values and encourages the participation of children in all activities that enhance their spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.

All diocesan personnel (including clergy, religious, staff and volunteers) have a responsibility to safeguard children through promoting their welfare, health and development in a safe and caring environment that supports their best interests and prevents abuse.

Your Parish Safeguarding Representatives are:

Ger Casey and Jo McGlynn

and are contactable through the parish office (see below for contact details).

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