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This July, Our Lady’s CCW will award a $1,000 scholarship to a female OLL parishioner who is a 2019 High School graduate with a Grade Point Average of 2.5 or above and who will be pursuing vocational training or post-secondary education at an accredited institution...read more
The Season of Lent is over. This Holy Week focused on the central message of Lent. God loves us unconditionally. He is asking us to open our lives and hearts to him so we can form a true meaningful relationship. There is nothing in us that scares him. Click Below for...read more
Debra Ann Gabrelcik Gabrelcik, Debra age 63, of Minnetrista. Loving and devoted wife, mom and grandma, Deb passed away suddenly in Tennessee on 3/26/2019 while surrounded by her family. She was born 11/13/1955 and grew up in Delano. Survived by husband of 43 years,...read more
Celebration times for Mass, Confession, Adoration, and Rosary
8:30am & 10:30am
Saturday Vigil 5:00pm
…and by appointment
Group Rosary Times
Tuesdays 8:30am-10:00pm (There is a break from 6:30-7pm on Tuesdays for evening Mass)
First Fridays 8:30am-8:00pm
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The formation of the Catholic from the time of birth through the end of life is an important aspect of one’s growth in faith and spirtuality. At OLL we offer a variety of opportunities for Catholic formation.
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The Mission of Our Lady of the Lake is…
To proclaim Christ by celebrating the Eucharist, the Sacraments, and other liturgies and rites of the Catholic Church;
To educate and enrich children and adults in living out our Catholic faith through worship, Faith Formation, a Catholic School and by our example;
To welcome, assist and reach out to the stranger, the forgotten, and those in need in our local community; and support social justice efforts here and elsewhere;
To use our talents and resources, given by God, justly and wisely.