This Week

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Friday, July 1st we will have our traditional First Friday Eucharistic Adoration in English, in the chapel, from 8:00pm to 9:00pm.

Come, spend time before the Lord and be renewed.

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

For more information, fill out the form below and drop it in the collection basket or leave it at the rectory Thank you and may God’s Blessings be with you and your family!
Josefina Vazquez, MSW, DRE

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Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Thank you!

We would like to thank the following family who generously donated towards this weekend’s altar flowers:
Abdul & Jesusa Alfonso

Also, this weekend’s floral arrangement for the Virgin Mary was donated:
In Thanksgiving

Thank you for your loving gift of flowers to beautify our sacred space!

If you would like to offer the altar flowers and/or flowers to the Blessed Virgin Mary for the week, please come to the Parish Office to make arrangements. Each donation is a minimum of $60.

Click here for Online Form

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Retrouvaille invites you to a weekend for couples...

  • July 15th - 17th (Español)
  • September 30th - October 2nd (English)

Is your marriage going down the right road, or is it a little off track?
Life can be difficult and so can the challenges you face in marriage. Retrouvaille can help and offers hope for a better relationship.

Retrouvaille can help and offers hope for a better relationship.

For more information, contact the registration team at (305) 915-4607, Contact us via email at Or visit our website:

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

"I am the light of the world.
Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness but will have the light of life."
John 8:12


In the Catholic church, light has always had a special significance because it represents Christ. We know that Jesus called himself the Light of the world. Additionally, St. John’s Gospel connects Christ with the imagery of light in John 1:4: “In him was life; and the life was the light of men.”

Lighting a candle for someone living or deceased is a way to both extend your prayers and show solidarity with the person the prayer is being made on behalf of. We also believe in the importance of our prayers for those who have died, asking the Lord to forgive any sins they may have committed due to human frailty, but it is also a great way to keep their memory alive as we honor who they were and the good they did. The faithful also light candles as a sign of gratitude to God for answered prayers.

Here, at Our Lady of the Lakes, we want to offer you this opportunity to pray for all your intentions with the Perpetual Candles placed in our lobby.

These candles can be lit for:

  • The health of someone
  • In memory of someone who has passed away
  • In thanksgiving for a grace or favor granted to you
  • The intentions of someone dear to you (living)
For more information, please contact us the office (305) 558-2202.
  • † Zoraida & Julio Abel
  • † Richard Barbieri
  • † Romulo V. & Mary Cuellar
  • † Eduardo and Aida Farah
  • † Edward R. Ferguson Jr.
  • † Fernandez Family
  • † Filippo “Phil” Gangi
  • † Familia Garcia-Carrero
  • Gomez de Molina Family
  • † Angel Pedro Gonzalez
  • † Luis E. Gonzalez lll
  • † Perfecto & Gloria Hallon
  • † Lia O. Hernandez
  • † Marie-Thérèse Malysse
  • † Albert Massa
  • †Isabel D. Menendez
  • † Familia Mejia Navarrete
  • † Marie (Mallen) Navedo
  • † Richard Nerod
  • † Gilberto F. Oliva
  • Oliva-Suarez Family
  • † Tera Marie Ross

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

  • Aleda Hernandez
  • Angela Andreu
  • Ashley Rodriguez
  • Cecilia Lorenzo
  • Dylan Del Pozo
  • Elizabeth Salinas
  • Emerita Niebla
  • Emmi Valenzula
  • Eugenia Currier
  • Flora Farinetti
  • Fr. David Smith
  • Fr. Luis Flores
  • Fr. Rolando Medina
  • Gene Scurio
  • Georgina Gomez
  • Gerardo & Consuelo Diaz
  • Gloria Quiros
  • Grace de la Torre
  • Hector Batista
  • Ibis Serrano
  • Idelsi R. Arias
  • Jose & Freya Perez
  • Josefina Campos
  • Karl Kristiansen
  • Leonor Piedra
  • Leopoldo “Roger” Herrera
  • Lorenzo Leon
  • Luisa Fernanda Marrero
  • Maigualida Montilla
  • Maria Esther Michel
  • Maria Gonzalez
  • Mary Tate
  • Melanie Martinez
  • Mireya Di Miele
  • Miriam Olivencia
  • Mirta Cardoso
  • Mirtha Herrera
  • Moraema Aguedo
  • Nabil Batarseh
  • Nelida Castaneda
  • Rafael Torres
  • Raymond & Marian Turkson
  • Richie Wooley
  • Rolando & Elena Pena
  • Ruth Velasquez
  • Sara Raspall
  • Susan Moore
  • Thelma Pacheco
  • Thomas Lowe
  • William R. Morales Jr.
  • Zoraida Prats

ABCD 2022 +

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

  • Parish Goal: $295,999
  • Pleged: $196,450
  • Collected: $140,189.68

Parish Goal is $295,999. Thank you for all your support, As of today, we have $155,809.32 to reach our goal!

“Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference”.

Take a Virtual Tour of OLL Catholic School! +

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Come Join Us!

Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School invites you to become part of our school family!

The best gift you can ever give your children is a Catholic education that strives to develop each child’s spiritual academic, social, and physical potential.

Take a virtual tour of our school and envision your family at OLL.

Virtual Tour
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Parish Registration +

Monday, January 24, 2022

If you attend mass regularly here at OLL, you are encouraged to register with us. It is a simple and free process.

Please stop by the Parish Office or access our Online Registration page.

Being registered is a prerequesite for receiving sacraments, such as Baptisms and Marriages, and also to request other documents at our Church.