Reconciliation Service at Our Lady of the Lake Sunday March 29 at 3:00 pm
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The Annual Diocesan Appeal


Easter Schedule 



Our Lady of the Lake



6:00 pm Mass 

memorial Day-labor day


10:30 am Mass



6:30 pm Confessions



8:00 am Confession       8:30 am Mass  

9:00 am Holy Hour


St. James



5:00 pm Mass

(October - April)



8:30 am Mass

(May - September)


8:00 am Holy Hour

9:00 am Mass 

9:30 am Confessions


Local Fish Fries


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Other Area Churches  

St. Ewards in Henning



Our Lady of Victory in Fergus Falls



St. Henry's in Perham


A Prayer for America



Congratulation to Wyatt, Hunter, Emily, Joey, Lexi & Mercede who joined Our Lady of the Lake in full Communion of the Catholic Faith.


 He comes to set us free
Do you ever feel stuck in a rut? Feel like your relationship with God seems to be at the same place it always is? Perhaps you find yourself habitually committing the same sin over and over again.
Freedom! Everyone wants it. No one wants to give it up. No one wants to be a slave to anyone or anything. Jesus comes to bring us freedom that is real. Real freedom means that both the cross and the resurrection are realities in our life. His story is one of triumph over death and sin. This is the freedom we are invited to enter in to these coming weeks.

As we continue towards Holy Week, the videos for this week and next week will focus on the Passion of Jesus. In today's video Ben Walther (@BenWaltherMusic) looks back at Moses and how that points us forward to Jesus and the freedom he brings to us. 



#ShareJesus this summer


Quick Social Media Tip for today:

Keep sharing. If you've stalled in your efforts to evangelize on or offline, recommit and do it. The good news is worth sharing.

For sharing on Social Media today:

1. How is your Lent going? What do you need to refocus on in Lent? What's God been saying to you so far?
2. What's at the heart of Lent?
  • Surrender to God anything that you put before Him. 
  • Ask God for a greater desire for Him, and that you would desire Him above anything else in the world.
  • Practice almsgiving in a real way today. Support someone or a group of people making a difference in your local community.
  • Share with someone at work or a friend about your Lent and how you are trying to experience Jesus. 

New life is possible- Lent isn't over yet. God isn't done working in your life, but you must let Him.



Stretch: Spend some time blessing and adoring God.

Fat Burning: Confess your sins to God and joyfully accept His mercy.

Hydration: “Do you not know that the runners in the stadium all run in the race, but only one wins the prize? Run so as to win. Every athlete exercises discipline in every way. They do it to win a perishable crown, but we an imperishable one. Thus I do not run aimlessly; I do not fight as if I were shadowboxing. No, I drive my body and train it, for fear that, after having preached to others, I myself should be disqualified.” —1 Corinthians 9:24-27

“Avoid profane and silly myths. Train yourself for devotion, for, while physical training is of limited value, devotion is valuable in every respect, since it holds a promise of life both for the present and for the future. This saying is trustworthy and deserves full acceptance.” — 1 Timothy 4:7-9

“By their own iniquities the wicked will be caught, in the meshes of their own sin they will be held fast. They will die from lack of discipline, lost because of their great folly.” — Proverbs 5:22-23

"All saints began their conversion by prayer, and through prayer they persevered. All the damned were lost because they neglected prayer." —St. John Vianney. For More