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Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church

We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.  To get a Parish registration form that you can print, complete and place in collection basket at Mass (or turn it into the Church office), please click here.

Father Kenny Aquino,

Parish Administrator


Father Frank Cerio,

Parochial Vicar


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View the "All Instruments Concert" held in the Church on March 21, 2014  by clicking here 

Holy Week Schedule:  Saturday (April 12) Masses at 4 PM-English & 7 PM-Spanish. Palm Sunday (April 13) Masses at 8AM; 10AM & 12 Noon.  Monday (April 14) 8 AM-Confessions follow.  Tuesday (April 15) 8AM-Confessions follow & 11:30 AM. Wednesday (April 16) 8AM-Confessions follow.  Holy Thursday (April 17) 8AM Morning Prayer-Confessions from 9AM-10AM, then 7PM Mass of the Lord's Supper with Adoration following until midnight.  Good Friday (April 18) 8:30AM Morning Prayer-Confessions from 9AM-10AM, then 3PM Solemn Liturgy and 7PM Living Stations of the Cross.  Holy Saturday (April 19) 8:30AM Morning Prayer-Divine Mercy Novena with Confessions 8:30AM-10AM & 2:30PM-4PM (No daily Mass at 4PM & 7PM).  Easter Vigil (April 19) 8:00PM.  Easter Sunday (April 20) 6AM Sunrise Mass at Religious Education Building; 8AM Mass in Church; 10AM Mass in Church; 12 Noon English Mass in Church & Spanish Mass in Social Hall.  

4 PM Vigil Mass on April 12.  Video is the property of a Diocese of Orlando entity and duplication or retransmission without permission is prohibited.


7 PM Spanish Vigil Mass on April 12.  Video is the property of a Diocese of Orlando entity and duplication or retransmission without permission is prohibited.

Young Adult Group:  For event information, contact Dolly Brophy at church office 386-574-2131.

Parish News

Our Catholic Appeal 2014

Goal: $127,881.00; Raised to date: $80,056.60 (62.6% of Goal); remainder to achieve goal: $47,824.40 (37.4%). 1714 Parish families with 421 participants to date. (Figures as of 04/11/14). Thank you for your generous support of Our Catholic Appeal.

Youth Group (O LYGHT)

There is no youth meeting on Wednesday, April 16th because we will show the Passion of the Christ in the Church at 6:30 PM. All families are invited to join us for the movie (parental discretion is advised). For information, contact Dolly 386-574-21

Dedications in Memory of Loved Ones

You may now donate flowers or candles in memory of your deceased loved ones. You will also be able to donate for larger liturgical objects such as vestments, liturgical books, & other long lasting items. For details contact Fr. Kenny or Fr. Frank.

Little Blessings Preschool

Celebrating 25th Anniversary with alumni at 10 AM Mass on May 18-sweet treats & reminisce in Social Hall following Mass with pictures & art work by our Little Blessings past & present. More info contact J. Niewinski, Director 386-574-4620.

Adult Bible Study - Matthew: We will not meet on April 17th (Holy Thursday).  We will return on April 24th for Chapter 28: The Triumph of the King.  For more information, please contact Dolly 386-574-2131.

Adult Faith Formation:  We will not meet on Thursday, April 17th (Holy Thursday). We will resume Thursdaqy, April 24th with Conversion Following the Call of Christ presented by Fr. Robert Barron.  Join us at 10 AM in the Social H

Adult Cnfirmation:  Next class for any adult needing the Sacrament of Confirmation Monday, April 14th.  Each class begins at 7 PM and ends at 8:30 PM. Classes held in the Church Office. Candidates will be prepared for the Sacrament which will be conferred on Monday, June 2, 2014. Please contact Dolly at or at 386-574-2131 for more information.

St Vincent de Paul Society   Pantry needs are:  cereal, rice, stuffing mix, cranberries, boxed potatoes, canned vegetables, jelly, peanut butter (medium jars), mac&cheese, pasta, tuna, canned soups, cooking oil, dish detergent, laundry detergent, soap, paper towels, toilet tissue, canned beans, milk (powdered or canned), cooking oil, & other toiletry items. Thank you.

every Wednesday in the Parish Hall.  No Bingo during Lent-resumes April 23rd.  Doors open at 10:30am  Games begin at 1:00pm  Warm-ups begin at 12:15pm.  Snack bar available.  Non-smoking hall: breaks are taken.

Holy Water container is located in the Adoration Chapel.

RCIA:  The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  If you want to learn more about the Catholic Faith or are an adult who has not received First Holy Communion join us for RCIA. Meetings are on Sundays at 1:30 pm in the church office. Please give Dolly a call if you have any questions or would like further information about the RCIA process at 386-574-2131.

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OUR CATHOLIC APPEAL - 2014:  Our Catholic Appeal is an annual opportunity for every member of our faith family to share in the pastoral work of Christ by funding the important programs and ministries of the Diocese of Orlando.  Our Catholic Appeal helps us to fulfill this mission "Teaching & Living the Light of Christ" by funding diocesan-wide ministries that bring forth a greater awareness of God's presence in the world.  Gifts to Our Catholic Appeal fund the annual operating costs of our diocesan Chancery & provide critical support for outreach programs such as Catholic Charities of Central Florida.  The life-changing programs and ministries that are made possible through Our Catholic Appeal benefit our entire Central Florida community and help our diocese to: feed the hungry & comfort the sick; educate young people in an environment where Christ is loved & embraced; assist families to grow in their love for God and one another; train parish catechists and certify new lay ecclesial ministers; defend human life and dignity; offer resources for lifelong faith formation; nurture those who have answered God's call to the priesthood or religious life.

























Monday 8am
Tuesday 8am; 11:30am
Wednesday 8am
Thursday 8am;
7pm Spanish
Friday 8am; 11:30am 
First Friday each Month 7pm (all invited for food & entertainment in Social Hall following Mass complements of the Philippine Community)


Saturday 8:30am;                4pm (Vigil Mass); 
7pm Spanish (Vigil Mass)
Sunday 8am; 10am; 12 noon


Thursday 8:30am
First Friday of each Month 7-7:45am
Saturday 2:30-4pm; 6:15-7pm


Monday-Friday 6pm in the Chapel


Every Wednesday 6:30pm in the Church

St Vincent de Paul Society (Deltona Office)                  386-279-6307

Upcoming Events


logoDoo20130501Notary Public Service is available at the Church Office - call Mike 386-801-2938 for appointment.


Church Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.


Interested in Becoming an Usher at Mass?  Click Here

Coffee & Sweet Treat News: parishioners are more than welcome to make yummy desserts for our Sunday after Mass treats. Bring your baked goods on Sundays to share in the social hall. Another great way to meet people in our parish!

Catholic Services Jail Ministry: Men needed to serve in this ministry at the Volusia County jails in Daytona Beach on Mondays from 1:30pm-2:30pm and/or 6:30pm-7:30pm. Contact the Basilica of St. Paul at 386-252-5422 x301.  

Catechesis Corner: Catholics between the ages of 18 and 59 are obliged to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. In addition, all Catholics 14 years old and older must abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all the Fridays of Lent. Fasting as explained by the U.S. bishops means partaking of only one full meal. Some food (not equaling another full meal) is permitted at breakfast and around midday or in the evening—depending on when a person chooses to eat the main or full meal. Abstinence forbids the use of meat, but not of eggs, milk products or condiments made of animal fat. Abstinence does not include meat juices and liquid foods made from meat. Thus, such foods as chicken broth, consommé, soups cooked or flavored with meat, meat gravies or sauces, as well as seasonings or condiments made from animal fat are not forbidden. So it is permissible to use margarine and lard. Even bacon drippings which contain little bits of meat may be poured over lettuce as seasoning.

Religious Education News: Kindergarten -8th Grade 11:30am-12:30pm;  First Communion- 12:30pm - 2:00pm;  Confirmation– 12:30pm– 2:00pm