Our Lady of Victories

Dec 3, 2014 by


Saint Mary,

Our Lady of Victory

(Our Lady of Victories)  

Patron Saint of the United States


Feast Dates:

Our Lady of Victory

February 2     Our Lady of Victory, Turkey
February 25   Our Lady of Victory, Constantinople (621)
March 23        Our Lady of Victory of Lepanto, Hungary (1716)

Our Lady of Victories

April 16                Our Lady of Victories in the Church of St. Mark, Venice

July 18                 Our Lady of Victory —– 18 [Toledo, Spain] 18. Our Lady of Victory at Toledo, Spain (1202)

July 28                 Victory of the Turks by the Knights of Rhodes in 1480 through Our Lady’s Intercession

August 17             Victory of the King of France (Philip the Fair), imploring the Help of Our Lady of Chartres (1304)

August 23            Our Lady of Victory of Valois [France]

September 6       Toledo, Spain, greater double, in thanksgiving for the victory of the Cardinal  Infant Ferdinand at Nordlingen, September 6, 1634.

September,          Last Sunday of the Month     in the Diocese of Marsi, Italy, in commemoration of the victory of Charles of Anjou over Conradin at Tagliocozzo in 1268

September 26     Our Lady of Victory at Tourney (1340)

October 7             in commemoration of the naval victory near Lepanto

October 26          Our Lady of Victory [Senlis, France] (1225)

Fourth Sunday of October    Our Lady of Victories– kept in the Church of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, Paris, in thanksgiving for the victory of Louis XIII over the Calvinists after the siege of La Rochelle in 1628.

Second Sunday of November     Prague, Bohemia, in the Carmelite church; and at Rome in Santa Maria della Vittoria, double of the first class, in commemoration of the battle of November 8     (1620) Weissenberg  Formerly this feast was celebrated all over Bohemia and Silesia

December 3     Our Lady of Victory [Paris, France] Our Lady of Victory, Paris (1629)

Extract from The History of the Feast of Our Lady of Victory: “How did this extraordinary victory come about? The answer is simple enough: It was obtained – yet again – by the most powerful weapon known to men: the holy rosary- the chaplet of the Blessed Virgin Mary given to St. Dominic in the XIIIth century. In preparation for this battle, one of the greatest naval battles of Roman Christendom, the Pope, St. Pius V, (himself a Dominican friar) ordered that the holy rosary be prayed throughout the length and breadth of Christendom – just as was later to be done before the Battle of Vienna in 1683. As a result, the feast of Our Lady of Victory (later our Lady of the Rosary) was instituted by the popes to be celebrated on October 7th for an everlasting memory of this great victory.” See PICTURE of Our Lady of Victory. See also: Patron Saint – Our Lady of Victories, PRAYER to Our Lady of Victory.

See:  October 7 – Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary: Patron Saint of Guatemala, North Carolina


The Missionaries of Mercy and our collaborators have prayed for the intercession of St. Mary, Our Lady of Victory on behalf of those affected by the following disasters:

Tornadoes in Oklahoma (April 14-15, 2012) (America) See World Mission Rosary Intentions: April 23 – May 7, 2012.




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