A warm welcome to you and other viewers who visit our Parish on the Net. We hope you'll find this "extension" of our Parish inviting and interesting. Please know that you are most welcome to visit us, literally, by sharing in weekend worship with us. If we can be of service to you, personally, please don't hesitate to e-mail and we will return a message a.s.a.p! An anonymous author has written, "There are two words used a great deal by Jesus in the Gospels. One is 'Come' and the other is 'Go'. It's no use coming unless you go, and it's no use going unless you come."
Regular Mass Schedule
Daily Mass: Monday to Friday at 8AM
Saturday Vigil: 4:00PM
Sunday: 8AM, 9:30AM, and 11AM.
Registration is no longer required. *Please remember if you are exhibiting any symptoms of illness, for your safety and the health of all our parishioners, we ask that you refrain from attending Mass and instead pray with us at home**
For both OLV and OLA parishioners, if you or a family member would like Bulletins mailed to you each week, please email Barbara@olvparish.org or call 508.775.5744x200 and leave your name and phone number, and she will return your call. (As a reminder, bulletins can also be accessed on our website.)
Take a tour!
We have a long history of serving the Catholic Community in the Osterville area. Read a little about our history, and take a photo tour of the grounds and church. More photos coming soon!
Monday to Friday, 9:00AM to 3PM
9AM to 1PM Daily.
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday-Friday at 8am
Sunday Mass Saturday, 4pm
Sunday, 9am and 11am
Registration is required. See our News page for how to register.
Held the first Sunday of the month at Noon. Please contact the Parish Office to make arrangements.
Notice of intent is required 8 months in advance.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call the Parish Office if this sacrament is needed.
Parish is committed to providing a safe place for all the faithful. Therefore, we follow a strict policy of The Essential Three for all who minister, work or volunteer in our parish. We ask for your cooperation and support. The safety of our community depends on all of us doing our part. Please visit the Diocesan Safe Environment page for more information: