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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


For more information about our Catholic Faith and the Catholic Church Click Here

Please pray for our sick and our troops.

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4 PM Vigil Mass on Feb. 21, 2015.  Video is the property of a Diocese of Orlando entity and duplication or retransmission without permission is prohibited.

7 PM Spanish Vigil Mass on Feb. 21, 2015.  Video is the property of a Diocese of Orlando entity and duplication or retransmission without permission is prohibited.  

Youth Group (O Lyght):   Our next meeting is on Wednesday, March 4th.  We will begin at 6:30pm with supper and we will end at 8:30pm.  For further information, please contact Dolly Brophy at church office 386-574-2131 or email
Movie Night Fundraiser: On Saturday, February 28th the youth are sponsoring a fundraiser for the Central Florida Pregnancy Center in our Social Hall.  Doors will open at 5:00 pm.  We will serve hamburgers, hotdogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, popcorn and other goodies for a small donation.  We will collect diapers, baby bottles and other items. The movie "October Baby" will begin at 6:00 pm; it is rated PG-13 (tickets are only $2).

Young Adults: Next meeting on March 3rd.  All young adults (20s and 30s) are invited to join us in the Church Office Conference Room.  Please contact Dolly Brophy 386-574-2131 for more information.  

 Parish News

Adult Bible Study:  Join us for Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom. Join us on February 26th in the Social Hall at 7pm for Acts of the Apostles. For more information call Dolly at 386-574-2131 or

Men's Group:  We are a group of men who meet every Sunday after the 8 AM & the 10 AM Masses in the Social Hall.  We learn as a group how to be better individuals by the teachings of Our Lord.  We will provide you with the tools and resources to strengthen your spiritual muscles for the greatest game ever played, to become the man that the Lord intends you to be.  Come and join us.  See what we are all about. 

Little Blessings Preschool:  A nurturing social, emotional and academic readiness skills VPK (Free) 4 year old program and 3 year old program. We are now offering extended care to 3 PM Monday-Friday, Lunch Bunch is available. Chiildren must be 3 or 4 years old by September 1st.  For more information call Maria del Pilar Hogan, Director 386-574-4620.  "Our Children...Our Treasure...Our Priority" 



Come and enjoy home cooking by Fr. Kenny! Open 5pm to 9pm in the Social Hall.  All you can eat Alaskan Pollock, French Fries, Cole Slaw, Lemonade, Coffee, Iced Tea and Water - $10 Adults and $5 Children 10 and under.  And for an additional $2 you can add KofC popcorn Shrimp!



St Vincent de Paul Society Pantry needs: jelly, tuna, cereals, canned meats, beans, mac & cheese, soups, milk (canned or powdered), pasta, potatoes (canned or boxed), cooking oil, cleaning supplies, toilet tissue, paper towels, and other toiletry items. Your gently used clothing would be greatly appreciated.  Please place in our clothing bin in the back of the social hall. Thank you and God Bless you for your generous support of our ministry.  

every Wednesday in the Parish Hall.  (No Bingo during Lent: resumes on April 15).  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.

RCIA:  The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  RCIA is a process of formation in the Catholic way of life.  It is a gradual process inviting an individual to learn and understand the teachings of the Church.  These gatherings are open to people who are unbaptized as well as those who are baptized Christians or any Catholic that has not received first Communion.  We meet on Sundays at 1:30pm 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.

The next mandatory parent meeting for those whose children are making First Communion this year is March 1 at 11:30am - 1:00pm in the Multipurpose Room at the Religious Ed. Building. The additional classes will be held on March 8 and April 19. There will be more information from Dolly about the classes for parents whose children are making Confirma

All Souls Catholic School Bear Witness to the Truth: Our Students live, love and learn through Christ. National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence - State Certified Teahers State of the Art Technology Pre-K, 3-8th Grade.  Financial Assistance Available for those who qualify. 810 South Oak Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771 (407) 322-7090.

St. Peter Catholic School: - Please call or visit our website and learn how an education at St. Peter Catholic School will prepare your child with an outstanding academic foundation and moral decision skills for life. Information, call (386) 822-6010 or visit 


For information about upcoming retreats, etc., please contact Luis or Cookie Baez 386-747-8749 or



Eucharistic Adoration:  Adoration is primarily an act of faith-the act of faith as such - GOD is present.  We know how busy people are and that there are not enough hours in the day to get things done, however, when you make a commitment to give JESUS an hour of your time and keep watch with HIM weekly, you will be pleasantly surprised by what that hour does for you and your life as well as for your family.

    We ask that you please consider taking an hour for adoration - just give it try.
Some people may be afraid to commit to an assigned hour and to those, we would like to reassure, that if something comes up-illness, vacation, etc - the hour will be filled.  We encourage you to pray about taking an hour.  If you have any questions please call the Church Office 386-547-2131 and ask for Stasia or email - May GOD bless you abundantly!
We are in need of adorers
Monday 3-4pm, 4-5pm
Tuesday-2-3pm, 3-4pm
Wednesday 9-10am, 2-3pm, 4-5pm, 5-6pm
Thursday 1-2pm,3-4pm,4-5pm,5-6pm
Friday 9-10am,10-11am,11-12pm,1-2pm,2-3pm,3-4pm,4-5pm,5-6pm




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 2:30-3:45 pm; 6:15-6:45 pm


Monday-Friday 6pm in the Chapel


Every Wednesday 6:30pm in the Church

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

Are you having difficulties accessing your online giving account or making changes to your donation/payment information? The Our Sunday Visitor Support Team would be happy to assist you with any problems that you are having. Please call them at 800-348-2886 Option 4. You can also email questions, etc. to

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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. Office and Adoration Chapel are closed on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 19th.


Interested in Becoming an Usher at Mass?  Click Here


If you wish to take up the gifts at any Mass, please tell the head usher of that Mass, also please notify them one week or more before.

Legion of Mary: meetings each Tuesday from 6:30 PM to 8 PM in the Religious Education Bldg. We pray the Rosary and learn about the weekly works our members perform in the Parish. Come join the Legion of Mary at the service of our Mother Mary. In Spanish.
LENT begins on Feb. 18 (Ash Wednesday) to April 4 (Holy Saturday).
Alaskan Pollock Fish Fry (all you can eat) in Social Hall every Friday during Lent (5 PM to 9 PM) includes deep fried Alaskan Pollock, french fries, cole slaw, lemonade, iced tea, & coffee ($10 Adults & $5 children 10 & under) plus you can add $2 additional to ticket cost for unlimited Knights of Columbus Popcorn Shrimp. Tickets on sale at the Church Office & at the Social Hall Door the evening of the event.
The new 2nd Edition Catechism Books are available at $25 in the gift shop & Church Office.