Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church is a Catholic faith community, called by God the Father, centered in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit to proclaim God's love and the Gospel message through word and action to all people.

-Our Lady of the Valley Parish Mission Statement

Pledge Form

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

It’s time for our Parish’s Annual Stewardship Drive.  On behalf of Msgr. Paul  Rohling, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your past and continued generosity and kindness.  God gives us many blessings in our lives. As Catholic Christians, we are called to share these blessings and I am asking that you consider sharing a part of your blessings with our church family during this stewardship drive.

During this past year, you have given so much to Our Lady of the Valley Church.  Your love and generosity are evident in the improvements and repairs that have been possible through your 2017 donations.

Please reflect and pray about this upcoming 2018 pledge to our church. You can mail the enclosed pledge card this month or simply drop it in the weekly collection basket.  We encourage you to please return your pledge card, marked with what you are able to pledge for your family. We would like 100% participation.

God bless you for your generosity. Thanking you in advance.

With love and prayers,   

Father Liju Paul Parambeth

OLV Church 2018 Pledge Form

Please use this form to submit your pledge and family information.





Christmas Reconciliation Schedule                

6:00pm . . . December 18th ( 2 priests )

6:00pm . . . December 20th

6:00pm . . . December 22nd  (2 priests )                                                                                 

Christmas Mass Schedule   

Christmas Eve December 24th

4:00pm . . .Children’s Mass  in Church

4:00pm. . . Mass in Social Hall

6:30.pm . . Mass in Church

10:00pm. . . Mass in Church


Christmas Day December 25th

10:00am. . . .Mass in church


New Year’s Mass Schedule                                                     

 4:30pm . . .December 31st                                                        

 10:00am. . . January 1st

 Bishop Baker's remarks regarding the Sunday, Christmas and New Year’s Day Obligations

Christmas is always a Holy Day of Obligation, even when it falls on Saturday or Monday, and it is a distinct obligation from that of Sunday. Two obligations means two Masses to fulfill them. Parishioners should be instructed that they should go to both a Sunday and a Christmas Mass this year on that weekend.

Parishioners can fulfill their Fourth Sunday of Advent and Christmas obligations by attending one of the following combinations of Masses:

  • Saturday evening and Sunday evening*
  • Saturday evening and Monday morning*
  • Sunday morning and Sunday evening*
  • Sunday evening and Monday morning*

*It is not the text of the Mass that counts, but attending a Mass within the time-frame for completing the obligation.

 The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (Monday, January 1, 2018} is NOT a Holy Day of Obligation this year.


  • Sun, Dec 24th

  • Sun, Dec 17th
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Mass Times

Weekend Masses
Saturday: 4:30 PM. Sunday: 7:00 AM, 8:30 AM, and 11:00 AM

Weekday Masses
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 7:45 AM
Wednesday: 7:00 PM
Friday: 8:15 AM

Sacrament of Reconcilliation
Wednesday 6 - 6:45 PM, Saturday 3-4 PM or by appointment

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:30am -3:00pm

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