Mass is happening!

Face masks are REQUIRED for all those attending mass.
Pre-Registration is MANDATORY to come to the church.  Pre-Registration is available by phone to avoid any complications.  Please call Guy Giroux – 780-940-2751 to pre-register for mass.  MASS IS CURRENTLY CAPPED AT A 15 PERSON CAPACITY, INCLUDING THE PRIEST.
For more details on the resumption of Sunday masses, please click here.

We must be vigilant with our protocols as we are still in the midst of this pandemic. It is also strongly recommended that seniors and those with weakened immune systems refrain from attending for their own good health. There are several steps to take to prepare for this reopening.

Daily masses can be found on both Salt+Light TV and Vision TV and online here.  The Archdiocese will continue livestream the 10:30AM Sunday mass from St. Joseph’s Basilica on their website as those unable to attend due to high risk are still exempt from Sunday mass obligations.

For all the latest on COVID-19 mitigation measures, please visit the ‘NEWS & EVENTS’ section of the Archdiocesan website.

If you wish to support Our Lady of Victory through a monetary donation during this unprecedented time, please place your cheque donation in your weekly donation envelope and mail the entire package to:
Our Lady of Victory
Box 845
Thorsby, AB     T0C 2P0
Thank you for your generous support!

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Our Lady of Victory Church, Thorsby, AB

Established in February 1931 in Thorsby (about 70 kms southwest of Edmonton), Our Lady of Victory Parish currently serves a broad community in central Alberta including the centres of Warburg, St Frances, Breton and the north shore of Pigeon Lake.

Our parish priest is Father Arun Rodrigues, who joined us in August of 2017.

We are administered out of St Maria Goretti Parish in Devon, Alberta and are a part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton.

UPCOMING EVENTS
EASTER MASS TIMES now available!
World Day of Prayer 2021 has got virtual!  Check out the events at wicc.org and watch the virtual service here.
Journey Through Lent Video Series: produced by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17, the Journey through Lent series offers an introduction to the season and reflections on the Gospel readings of each Sunday. Each Monday, the link for the upcoming Sunday celebration will be released. The video series is available in English and in French. It will also be shared on the Grandin and CAEDM websites.