To be welcome means you are invited not by anything you have or have not done, but by God’s will to love you into existence. By that will and grace we are all created in the image of God and see His face in your face.
You are a child of God.
If you’ve been away from the Catholic Church, been searching for God, have felt hopeless or unwanted, have had no faith or are just wondering how you can do better in this life--if you have felt alone, unloved, without a home, without a family, if you have struggled, been marginalized, forgotten, or pushed aside--if you have been in the dark Christ offers you His light, Christ is the Light!
Regardless of where you are on life’s journey or in your spiritual life, we welcome you to join us as we live the two great commandments: To love God with our whole being and to love our neighbors as ourselves. “...Over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity." Colossians 3:14
Our Lady of Victory Church and Our Lady of the Snow Mission is a community of joyful disciples knowing, loving, and serving God and each other.
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Sunday Mass - October 17, 2021 11:15 am ET
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We are taking every precaution to make sure that the guidelines are met for proper sanitizing during this time. Surfaces are wiped after every mass by our groups of volunteers. Hand santizer is available in the gathering area and we encourage use before and after Mass. Holy Water has returned to the font and it changed after every Mass. Please consider helping with our efforts to keep the Church sanitized by joining our volunteers.
Health attestation forms are no longer needed to attend Mass.
Although masks are not required at Mass we highly suggest the use of masks as we navigate the new Delta Variant of the Coronavirus. Masks are not required to attend Mass and will be left up to the individuals personal comfort level, vaccination status, and personal choice, however please help us as we continue to navigate this pandemic. Social distancing will still be practiced according to the CDC guidelines at each and every Mass for the time being.
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Please continue to follow all guidelines when entering the Parish Offices. Masks are required and we ask that you maintain social distancing measures. Thank You.