Vigil Mass on Saturday at 5:15 PM
Confessions on Saturday at 6:00 PM and upon request
Masses on Sunday at 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM & 11:30 AM
Masses on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 8:00 AM
Mass on Wednesday at 7:30 PM
Masses on Holy Day of Obligation at 7:30 AM, 7:30 PM and Vigil at 7:30 PM
Youth Mass: Fourth Saturday of the Month at 5:15 PM followed by Meeting
Recitation of the Holy Rosary - First Sunday of the Month before 8:00 AM Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Second Sunday of the Month from 4:00 to 5:00 PM
Miraculous Medal Novena - Monday after 8:00 AM Mass
Parish Office open on Tuesday from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM and by appointment
Phone: 908 996 2068
Fax: 908 996 3525
Parish Registration Forms are available on the table in the back of the Church.
New Parishioners and newly married are welcome to join our Parish.
Please inform the Parish Office of any address changes.
Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated every Sunday at 12:30 PM.
Please contact the Parish Office at least one month in advance of the Baptism.
Sacrament of Marriage: Please contact the Parish Office one year in advance and prior to any social plans.
Please inform the Parish Office concerning the needs of the sick Parishioners.
Please call the Parish Office if you are interested in joining or helping any of our Parish Ministries.
We, the Parish Community of Our Lady of Victories, have as our mission to unite all of our families in Godís Name to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We share our gifts through worship, education, fellowship, and community outreach, by joyfully facing the challenges of our neighborhood.
Catholics in the Baptistown are attended Masses at either St. Magdalen the Pazzi Parish in Flemington or St. Philip and James Parish in Philipsburg. On June 14, 1944 St. Edward the Confessor Parish was established in Milford and Baptistown became a mission to the new parish. On June 25, 1944, the first Mass was celebrated at the Kingwood Firehouse, and weekly Masses began in 1947. On November 7, 1948 Bishop William Griffin dedicated the new Our Lady of Victries Church. With continued growth in the area, Bishop George W. Ahr established Our Lady of Victories as an independent parish on June 22, 1973. Since that time, the Parish has continued its growth with addition of the Rectory in 1974, renovations to the Church building, and addition of a bell tower 1997.
Our Lady of Victory, we have unshaken confidence in your influence with your Son, our Lord, Jesus Christ. Humbly we ask your intercession for all of us associated under your title, Our Lady of Victory. We beg your powerful assistance also for our own personal needs. In your maternal kindness please ask Jesus to forgive all our sins and failings, and to secure His blessings for us and for all the works of charity dedicated to your name. We implore you to obtain for us the grace of sharing Christís victory and yours forever in the life that knows no ending. May we join you there to praise forever the Father, His Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, on God, for all the ages to come. Amen.