To Jesus through Mary

Totally yours

Before he became the Pope, Cardinal Karol Wojtyla (St John Paul II) visited Our Lady of Victories community in 1973 for several days.

He offered Mass at the same altar and stayed at the presbytery.

First class relics of St John Paul II and St Faustina Kowalska, the Apostle of Divine Mercy are available for veneration when the church is open.

The power of the Rosary is beyond description. (Archbishop Fulton Sheen)

On October 7, the Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary.  This day was formerly known as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory, named in honour of a famous victory gained through praying the rosary to beg the intercession of Our Lady.

We recognise the Mother of God as a powerful advocate, and have come to understand that perhaps the strongest way for Catholics to ask for her help is to devoutly pray the rosary.

Following the example of St John Paul II and many other Saints, we find our way to Jesus through Mary and learn at her side through this simple yet profound meditation on the life of her Son.

Prayer to Our Lady of Victory

O sweet and gentle Lady, Immaculate Mother of God, we beg you to be our Mother now and all the days of our life.

Shield us Mother Mary with your holy mantle that nothing of the enemy may harm or molest us.

Ask your Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ to spare us from any calamities that will cause our life misery.

Pray for us that we may lead a life pleasing to Him, and when our end comes present us to Him and may we live in His kingdom forever and ever.