Dear parishioners and friends,
Please know that if you want to do a private stations of the Cross the church doors are open 8am-6pm. After 2pm please use the door facing the Chinese restaurant (old parish office). Stations of the Cross booklets are available at the three entrances for use. Please we recommend that you wash you hands at the bathrooms or use the hand sanitizer located at each entrance.
Due to the situation of things many may tend to forget that we are still in the Lenten Season. Nobody is dispensed from the obligation of prayer.
Sacrament of Penance is available each Friday, 12pm-1pm, Saturday 3pm-4pm and
You can also call the rectory to make arrangement for other times.
The church doors are open for personal prayers
It is not obligatory that stations of the Cross and prayer should take place inside the church. It can be done in your homes. “go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you“ (Matthew 6:6).
If you are in a public space be it inside the church or else where remember the requirements for “social distancing”
May Our Blessed Mother, Health of the Sick, intercede for us during this special time. May this period become a time of grace, a time of spiritual growth.
Nothing is impossible to God.
I wish you all God’s blessings and protection
We, the community of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Parish, are a people of faith called through Baptism to a life of love, prayer, worship and service. Rooted in the Gospel, we gather as a Eucharistic people to minister to the needs of our parish family, working for peace and justice in our community and the world community, and living as a welcoming people reaching out through education, service and social ministries.
In this time of uncertainty, we are asked to support our faith community.
Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God which He has given you. Deuteronomy 16:17
During the Coronavirus epidemic, here are a few examples of how to continue to support Our Lady of the Lake.
*Online giving is available through myparish app.
*Online giving is also available through ollrcs.org. (online Giving tab above)
*You can also mail your offertory to
Our Lady of the Lake
PO BOX 800
Prudenville, MI 48651
Thank you for your generosity and prayers.
Let's continue to uphold one other in our prayers.
May Our Lady of the Lake protect us, Amen.
The intentions will be applied on the days requested at a private Mass celebrated Father Peter.
Those who would like a Mass booked for their intentions can do so by mailing it with the offering to the parish office. Thank you.
March 22-For the People
March 28- Antoinette and John Bieniak; Requested by The Family
March 29-For the People
April 1- Diane Rustad; Requested by teachers and staff of OLL
April 4- Fr. Joe Iannuzzi (not deceased); Requested by Sally Schaar
Aril 5- For the People
April 8- Fr. Joseph Reitz; Requested by Donald and Virginia Sherlock
April 11- Mary Ames; Requested by Pat Ames
April 12- For the People
April 14- Peter Zolin Sr.; Requested by Valascho Family
April 15- Genevieve Hnatt; Requested by Donald and Virgina Sherlock
April 18- Geraldine Moore; Requested by Bob Mueller
April 19- For the People
April 21- Merrill Manton; Requested by Martha Norris
April 22- Lari Cereska; Requested by Martha Norris
April 25- For the People
April 26- For Living and Deceased Member of OLL Council of Catholic Women; Requested by CCW
Fr. Peter Eke's installation Mass as the Pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Prudenville, MI., Sunday August 5th by Bishop Steven Raica, Bishop of Gaylord. Photo credit to Jim Gonzalez