The Leadership Team of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters stand in solidarity with the joint statement of the National Black Sisters’ Conference and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in response to the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. We, the National Black Sisters’ Conference and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, stand together in our commitment to the sacred dignity of each human person as emphasi
SISTER MILLICENT PEASLEE, OLVM, 100, died on Saturday, April 17, 2021, at Saint Anne Community at Victory Noll, Huntington, IN. Sister Millicent entered the Congregation of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters on October 28, 1939, and made first vows on August 5, 1942. She served in the religious education and parish ministry in the states of Michigan, Indiana, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, California, and Colorado. Her focus centered on spiritual direction and spiritual for
In 2014, Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters created the John Joseph Sigstein Foundation to offer grants to organizations who promote justice for those living in poverty, for those who are voiceless, underprivileged, and to empower persons to contribute to a more just and peaceful society. The Foundation was established to promote and sustain the mission of God according to the charism, mission and values of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters (Victory Noll Sisters).