We, the community of Our Lady of Hungary Parish, draw our spiritual strength and power from the Eucharistic Presence of our Lord. We are devoted to Mary, the mother of the Son of God, and to her rosary. We strive for holiness and peace in families. As living witnesses to the...Read More
Join us Sunday January 29th after the 10:00AM Mass for a Pancake Breakfast hosted by our very own Knights of Columbus in the school gymnasium. Free will donations are appreciated. The school faculty and staff will be present. See you there!Read More
Mrs. McKinney’s Fourth Grade class spent Wednesday celebrating the souls of the faithful departed on the final day of El Dia de Muerto! The day began at 8AM with Mass celebrated by Fr. Kevin and ended with a fiesta complete with tamales, pan, and plenty of sugar!
Congratulations to the Our Lady of Hungary Varsity Football team who went head to head with Mishawaka Catholic on Sunday at Marian High School and landed a fantastic victory of 33 to 0. A special shout out to Joey Barkowski for what should have been three nearly 50 yard touchdowns. Special congrats to the entire team including; Yordy Rios, Edwin Maldonado, Sergio Hernandez, DeKari Henderson, Joseph Barkowski, Roberto Ramirez Jr., and Mario Gallegos! Go Raiders!Read More
What a beautiful day in the neighborhood!
The Our Lady of Hungary Youth Group and the OLH Legion of Mary held a balloon rosary walk for peace on September 11, 2016 in remembrance of the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
A big gracias to Karen Carrizosa and her Mom for assembling the balloon rosary! Thank you to all who supported what we hope to be a beautiful annual event!Read More
A great time was had by all at the parish picnic at St. Patrick’s Park on Saturday! From 12PM to well past 7PM hot dogs, roasted corn and a smorgasbord of delicious foods filled the stomachs of all who attended. Although there was rain in the forecast, we could not have asked for a better day. By noon the sun was shining and the humidity was just right! Please consider joining us next year for another phenomenal opportunity for fun and fellowship!Read More
Catechetical Sunday brought all of our school staff and Sunday catechists together for Mass! Fr. Kevin delivered a blessing for our teachers and aides at the 10AM English Mass while the 1:30PM Mass was graced with the Archbishop. A mixed choir of students and longtime members filled the loft and church with their voices.Read More
New Banners for the School!
In light of the upcoming canonization of Mother Teresa of Kolkata, the school has received two banners that are now on display in the main hallway to remind us that we are still within the Jubilee Year of Mercy! The year began on December 8, 2015, the anniversary of the Second Vatican Council and the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, and will continue through the Feast of Christ the King.Read More
The school gathered on Thursday August 18th for the first All School Mass of the year! Two weeks in and we are off to a great start!Read More
In celebration of 100 years as a parish, many wonderful photos have been submitted for display in the church. The history of Our Lady of Hungary Parish has been tediously researched, as well. Parishioner and OLH Alumnus, Fabian Fuller, has put together a wonderful slideshow of all photos submitted and articles researched, into a beautiful slideshow. To view, click the link below, sit back . . . and enjoy!!Read More
Excellence for All: How a Guiding Principle Translates to Action at Our Lady of Hungary School
Father Kevin and Principal Kevin Goralczyk, wrote an article about our school and equity in education.
The article appears in the summer issue of Momentum Magazine, which is a publication of the National Catholic Education Association. It reaches many Catholic educators throughout the entire country.Read More
Welcome! Our Lady of Hungary Catholic parish started out to be a spiritual home to many immigrant peoples who had fled their homelands in search of a better life in America. Today the parish is home to our vibrant Anglo community as well as the youthful energy of our Hispanic brothers and sisters.
Now, both English and Spanish resonate throughout the church and the school. As a parish community, we are experiencing a renaissance of sort, with the new families joining the parish, our school growing in healthy ways, and a refreshed spirit in the people manifesting great Christian hope and expectation.
From the beginning Our Lady of Hungary school has remained faithful to our founding spirit: a haven for the immigrant poor, struggling to grow and prosper in this great country. We do this by offering the finest education possible albeit in the setting of a poor inner city parish.
Faithful to our parish charism, Our Lady of Hungary School has empowered the immigrant poor through education. Now we are doing it even better, crossing the borders of language, culture and religion in ways that make better sense to those we serve.
Our Lady of Hungary parish has a rich past that forms a solid foundation for an even greater future!
Pastor, Kevin M. Bauman
The Third Grade Class Our Lady of Hungary published a YouTube video about how they love South Bend! They are believers!Read More
Our Lady of Hungary Catholic Church’s 100 Year Celebration has begun!Read More
Did you know Our Lady of Hungary has a number of Facebook Pages – including one in Spanish? Keep up on all the happenings…Read More
At the urging of Our Lady of Hungary pastor, Father Kevin Bauman, a former University of Notre Dame professor, and Principal Kevin Goralczyk, the school partnered with the NWEA beginning in 2014.Read More
A wonderful collection of recipes have been received from the OLH parishioners, some which have been handed down for generations! Don’t miss your chance to buy a copy of the new OLH Cookbook!Read More