Notre Dame des Victoires

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Eglise NDdV does stream Sunday Mass in English at 9AM and French at 10:30 AM.
Hi everyone. I'm very excited to say that canon lawyer Jennifer Haselberger will be coming to Berkeley to speak on the sexual abuse crisis. She is an incredible advocate with tremendous insight into the problem. I hope you will share this event. Thank you.

https://www.facebook.com/events/381424125974061/
IN MEMORY
KARINE JARDIN

Karine Jardin, Docent since 2013 has died. Karine suffered for some time with cancer and lost her battle before Thanksgiving. She had also been a member of the Cathedral of the Saint Mary of the Assumption Adult Choir for some time. She leaves a son Christophe Seagle of Oregon. Her funeral will be held here at the Cathedral on Thursday, December 6, at 2 p.m., at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She will be inurned in her beloved France.
IN MEMORY
KARINE JARDIN

Karine Jardin, Docent since 2013 has died. Karine suffered for some time with cancer and lost her battle before Thanksgiving. She had also been a member of the Cathedral Adult Choir for some time. She leaves a son Christophe Seagle of Oregon. Her funeral will be held here at the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption on Thursday, December 6, at 2 p.m., at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She was also a very active member of Nortre Dame des Victorire Catholic Church. She will be inurned in her beloved France.
6:30 PM Mass on All Saints and All Souls Day!!!
Remember 6:30 PM Mass for All Souls and All Saints Day.
Have you stopped by @NDVSF Church lately? There’s a beautiful tribute to Our Lady of Guadalupe -whose Feast Day is today!

Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, as the French National Catholic Church, NDV Church offers a welcoming faith community to all.

The associated elementary school (K-8) is located at 659 Pine Street at www.ndvsf.org/school/about.

Operating as usual

[06/19/20]   Due to the rapidly changing Covid-19 situation, NDV is once again closed for public Masses until further notice. We will continue to keep our faith community updated with any changes and pray for your well-being. Thank you!

06/13/2020

Our lectors and ushers are working hard to prepare NDV for a reduced Mass schedule. Masks, temperature checks, and social distancing protocols will be enforced to keep our community safe.

In the meantime, we pray for your continued health during these difficult times. Thank you for your grace and support as we adapt to these new guidelines issued by the Church!

signupgenius.com 01/29/2019

Adoration: February 1, 2019

NDV will hold Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on the First Friday of each month from 9:00 a.m. through 12 noon. At noon, Benediction will be celebrated and the scheduled Mass will follow. This new arrangement will begin on February 1, 2019. Please spread the word to other parishioners and co-workers. Come spend time with the Eucharistic Lord in quiet meditation!

More information is available our website. If you are available to supervise a time slot, please sign up!

signupgenius.com Pick a time slot (or multiple time slots) that you commit to being present in the church for the Blessed Sacrament. If someone has signed up for a time you would like to be present, please show up anyway. The more the merrier!

12/24/2018

Join us for a Christmas Mass!

12/10/2018

For the second Sunday of Advent, we invite you to pray for those experiencing loneliness and sadness this holiday season. Let us share the gift of the Lord's comfort and joy with each other.

12/03/2018

It's the first Sunday of Advent! To facilitate a spiritually fruitful Advent season, we'll be offering a weekly prayer intention. This week, we invite you to pray for the needs, comfort, and education of the children on our NDV giving tree and for children in need around the world.

[12/02/18]   The annual NDV Giving Tree is back!🎄 You are invited to share your blessings this Christmas season with local children from the Hamilton Family Center and other agencies. Select a tag from the tree in the church and then purchase a gift for the child in need.

The recommended amount to spend is approximately $30.00. Items listed on the ornaments are suggestions from the child. Please no fake weapons, violent games or items with adult content.

Return your unwrapped gift(s), with the identification tag attached, to the Church before 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 16, 2018.

[11/21/18]   Please join us for a special Thanksgiving Mass tomorrow at 9am as we give thanks to God for all of the blessings we have received from His loving care. Bring an item of your Thanksgiving Meal to be blessed during Mass.

[11/07/18]   We’ll be praying for the souls of the beloved dead in our faith community throughout the month of November. We invite you to write the names of your friends and family who have passed in our Book of the Dead so that we may include them in our prayers. #ndv #ndvsf #catholic #catholicchurch #sanfrancisco

11/03/2018

Thank you to all the Patrons, Sponsors, Volunteers, Parents, Parishioners and treasured guests - we're looking forward to seeing you at the Bal!

10/19/2018

NDV Bal de Paris

Be sure to follow the NDV Bal De Paris page to receive updates!

The Silent Auction goes ONLINE this week! On Friday, October 19th, a link will be posted to the Silent Auction website to start bidding on amazing getaways, staycations, gift certificates for restaurants, ballet tickets (Opening Night of the Nutcracker, anyone?), sports tickets, and so much more. Keep this link handy because new items will be added until the Bal, including the very popular CMIs and Teacher Treasures. Let’s make this year’s Silent Auction the biggest yet!

10/12/2018

NDV Bal de Paris

🎟 🎟 * RAFFLE TICKETS * 🎟 🎟
Support the student led Bal de Paris Raffle tickets fundraiser! Grand prize is $1,500! Forward/share this link for family and friends to buy online at: https://ndvsf.ejoinme.org/raffle #BaldeParis2018

10/07/2018

Parish Life 2018

10/05/2018

Notre Dame des Victoires's cover photo

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires

NDV's 8th Grade School Musical, "James and the Giant Peach" is this weekend. Friday performance has SOLD-OUT, but tickets are still available for Saturday (7:30) and Sunday (1:30) performances.

Buy your tickets now here: https://squareup.com/store/NDVSF/

squareup.com Providing a rigorous academic program and nurturing environment, NDV has maintained its status as one of the most desirable elementary schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its dedicated faculty and its spirited school community draws students from every San Francisco neighborhood, as well as from....

squareup.com 05/16/2018

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires

Come to the NDV school play this weekend!
James and the Giant Peach
May 18-20
$12 in advance; $15 online

squareup.com Providing a rigorous academic program and nurturing environment, NDV has maintained its status as one of the most desirable elementary schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its dedicated faculty and its spirited school community draws students from every San Francisco neighborhood, as well as from....

[03/26/18]   Join Us at NDV this THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Holy Thursday: March 29, 2018
6:30 p.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper
• Washing of the Feet
• Adoration after Mass

Good Friday: March 30, 2018
12:00 Noon Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
• Liturgy of the Word
• The Adoration of the Holy Cross
• Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross
2:00 p.m. Confessions & Quiet Meditation

catholiccompany.com 03/25/2018

A Lenten Tradition: Veiling the Cross for Passiontide

"Why Are the Statues Covered"?
Good question. Here's the answer.

catholiccompany.com Towards the end of Lent you may notice purple cloths draped over crucifixes, statues, and images of saints in your church. In some churches, these items are actually removed from the sanctuary altogether. This old custom of veiling religious images is a way of focusing on the penitential aspect

03/25/2018

Meet Us In Church
Palm Sunday Of The Passion Of The Lord – March 25, 2018

MAKING PEACE POSSIBLE

An ancient tradition says that Jerusalem means City of Peace. Through the centuries Jerusalem has been anything but a city of peace. It has been attacked, destroyed, and plundered on numerous occasions. Today it is the eye of a storm that is causing death and destruction.

Jesus rode into Jerusalem to become its messiah. He came not at the head of a conquering army but riding on a donkey, the animal we refer to as an ass. He came not to play God but to “empty himself and take the form of a slave.” He came to face rejection: “With that, all deserted him and fled.” Mark’s picture of Jesus’ rejection is bleak. There are no disciples around at the end, no relatives, not even God: “Why have you forsaken me?”

What will it take for us to understand the meaning of the cross, how Jesus made peace possible by his own suffering and dying? We keep thinking that we will bring peace by killing others in war; Jesus showed us that we bring peace by dying for others.

[03/22/18]   HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE 2018

Holy Thursday: March 29, 2018
6:30 p.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper
• Washing of the Feet
• Adoration after Mass

Good Friday: March 30, 2018
12:00 Noon Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
• Liturgy of the Word
• The Adoration of the Holy Cross
• Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross
2:00 p.m. Confessions & Quiet Meditation

Holy Saturday: March 31, 2018
8:00 p.m. The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night

Easter Sunday: April 1, 2018
Masses in English: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m.
& 12:15 p.m.
Mass in French: 10:30 a.m.

[02/13/18]   ASH WEDNESDAY MASS February 14th. The Notre Dame des Victoires Mass Schedule for Ash Wednesday is 7:00 a.m., 8:45 a.m. [School Mass], 12:10 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Did you know? In the Roman Rite, the beginning of the forty days of penance is marked with the austere symbol of ashes which is used in the Ash Wednesday Liturgy. The use of ashes is a survival from an ancient rite according to which converted sinners submitted themselves to canonical penance. The Alleluia and the Gloria are suppressed until Easter. The law of fasting on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday applies to all Catholics from age 18 through age 59. Abstinence from eating meat is to be observed on all Fridays during Lent. This applies to all persons 14 and older.

[02/10/18]   WORLD DAY OF THE SICK: Cardinal Levada to Celebrate Mass for World Day of the Sick at a special 11:00 am Mass for World Day of the Sick on February 10, at which the Anointing of the Sick will take place. All are invited. The event is sponsored by the Order of Malta, which will arrange rides for people who need them.

For information or assistance, please contact Kenneth Ryan, KM, at 415-613-0395 or at [email protected]

02/08/2018

Catholic Charities Agency Video

CATHOLIC CHARITIES LENTEN TOURS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: During Lent, Catholic Charities Invites you to practice compassion by:
• Touring one of our programs serving the poor and vulnerable.
• Share your time by volunteering
• Donating to those in need
To sign up for a program tour in San Francisco, Marin, or San Mateo, or for more information about volunteering, please contact: Regina O’Connor, Volunteer Manager, 415 972 1297, [email protected]
https://youtu.be/qC4L-xeYbco

This video examines how Catholic Charities is committed to strengthening families and reducing poverty in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties through...

ndvsf.org 01/28/2018

Notre Dame des Victoires

NATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK January 28 thru February 3: National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States.The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2018 is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” NDV School will observe the annual celebration week with Masses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Check out our NDV School Website at www.ndvsf.org for activities planned for Catholic Schools Week.

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01/25/2018

www.anniversarymass.net

Wedding Anniversaries
The Archdiocese of San Francisco will offer our annual Wedding Anniversary Mass on February 3, 10:00am, at the Cathedral. All couples celebrating ‘5 year anniversaries’ (5 years, 10, 15… 35, 40) or over 40 years, in 2018, are invited to celebrate with us. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone will be the principal celebrant. Register at: www.anniversarymass.net

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[01/15/18]   MARTIN LUTHER KING JR, DAY is celebrated on Monday January 15th. This holiday celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought hope and healing to America. We commemorate the timeless values he taught us through his example — the values of courage, truth, justice, compassion, dignity, humility and service. On this holiday, we commemorate the universal, unconditional love, forgiveness and nonviolence that empowered his revolutionary spirit. We call you to commemorate this Holiday by making your personal commitment to serve humanity with the vibrant spirit of unconditional love. (Excerpts from The Meaning of The King Holiday by Coretta Scott King)

[01/15/18]   WELCOME Father Ed: While Fr. Roland is away on his Spiritual Renewal, Fr. Ed Sheehan, S.M., from Roxbury, MA will be with us to assist with the Sacramental Ministry of our parish. We warmly welcome you, Fr. Ed and thanks for coming to Notre Dame des Victoires to share your spiritual insight and wisdom!

01/14/2018

We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now.

[01/12/18]   PEACE AND JUSTICE LITURGY The NDV Student Body gathered on Friday this week for a school liturgy. The theme was "Peace and Justice," and the sixth grade students did the readings and brought up the gifts.

[01/12/18]   French Fridays with Fr. Etienne Siffert, S.M

Des mages venus d’Orient vinrent à Jérusalem pour se prosterner devant le Roi des Juifs qui venait de naître, Ces païens ne connaissaient pas le Dieu d’Abraham, d’Isaac et de Jacob, Mais, en voyant se lever dans le ciel une étoile inconnue, ils s’étaient mis en route. Cependant les prêtres du Temple et les scribes qui connaissaient la Bible et adoraient le Dieu D’Israël n’ont pas bougé.

Aujourd’hui encore, des gens à la recherche de Dieu se mettent en route pour découvrir la Lumière. Pensons à ces jeunes qui font des retraites, qui passent un week-end dans un monastère ou qui répondent à l’appel du Pape qui les invite chaque année à des réunions mondiales pour prier ou qui demandent à l’Eglise de les aider à mieux vivre l’Evangile.

En ce jour de l’Epiphanie, Dieu nous dit qu’il compte sur nous pour indiquer à ceux et à celles qui Le cherchent comment trouver la Lumière. Il nous invite même à prendre la route avec eux. Alors, mettons-nous en marche et laissons la lumière du Christ nous guider pour que renaisse dans tous les cœurs la joie de rencontre Dieu

01/08/2018

From our NDV School:
An After-Christmas Prayer Shared with the School Children

When the song of the angels is stilled
When the star in the sky is gone
When the kings and princes are back home
When the shepherds are in the field once more
Then the work of Christmas begins.

To find the lost
To heal the broken
To feed the hungry
To release the oppressed
To rebuild the world
To speak out for justice
To bring peace among all
To make music in the heart.

[01/08/18]   ORDINARY TIME "As we enter Ordinary Time we should remember that Ordinary time can be quite extraordinary, because the word ordinary here does not mean that the season is dull or humdrum. Think of ordinal numbers in math. They are the numbers that count items in order. This is the way the weeks in Ordinary Time work - they count the time until a new liturgical season begins. The weeks progress in order, taking us through a series of Scripture reading that reveal the life and teachings of Jesus so that we can imitate him.

sfarchdiocese.org 01/08/2018

Immigration: Share the Journey

NATIONAL MIGRATION WEEK JANUARY 7-14: For nearly half a century, the Catholic Church in the United States has celebrated National Migration Week, which gives us an opportunity to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, refugees, and displaced persons of all kinds, and to remember that each of our families has a migration story, some recent and some in the distant past. We are all part of the human family and are called to live in solidarity. The theme for the 2018 National Migration Week is ‘Many Journeys, One Family.” For complete information, and access to a USCCB toolkit with many resources for parish, school, family, and personal use, visit the archdiocesan Immigration webpage at: sfarchdiocese.org/immigration

sfarchdiocese.org On September 27, 2017 Pope Francis launched a global campaign in support of immigrants and refugees Share the Journey global migration campaign, sponsored internationally by Caritas Internationalis and in the U.S. by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)/Migration and Refugee Services, Cat...

[01/07/18]   *Remember - we are still in the Christmas season on the Feast of the Epiphany on January 7th. Christmas ends on Monday, January 8th with the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord.

01/07/2018

The Epiphany of the Lord - January 7, 2018
"And behold, the star that they had seen at its rising preceded them,
until it came and stopped over the place where the child was.
They were overjoyed at seeing the star,
and on entering the house
they saw the child with Mary his mother.
They prostrated themselves and did him homage.
Then they opened their treasures
and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
And having been warned in a dream not to return to Herod,
they departed for their country by another way." Mt 2:1-12

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566 Bush St
San Francisco, CA
94108

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Notre Dame des Victoires Church and Elementary School (NDV), founded on the humanitarian and Christian values of the Marist Fathers and the Sisters of Orange, have integrated its combined goals of compassionate community outreach and academic excellence. With great pride in its French-American heritage and its unique downtown San Francisco location, NDV welcomes all city residents and visitors to participate in its interactive, all-inclusive Catholic community. Mass Schedule Mon-Fri: 7:00 am, 12:10 pm, 5:15 pm, Sat: 7:00 am Sun: 7:30 am (Gregorian chant), 9:00 am (cantor, piano), 10:30 am (French mass with choir), 12:15 pm (choir), 5:30 pm Pastor: Rev. Juan J. Gonzalez, S.M. Parochial Vicar:Rev. Roland Lajoie, S.M. Parochial Vicar: Etienne Siffert S.M. Principal: Mary K. Ghisolfo Secretary: Mertenesh Asrat Office Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday Closed: Noon - 12:45 PM, Monday - Friday

Opening Hours

Monday 06:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 06:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 06:30 - 17:00
Thursday 06:30 - 17:00
Friday 06:00 - 17:00
Saturday 06:30 - 18:30
Sunday 06:00 - 14:00
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