Worship and Spiritual

Our Lady of the Lake

2411 Bagnell Dam Blvd, Lake Ozark MO 65049

A message from Msgr. Marion J. Makarewicz, pastor

By Monsignor Makarewicz | March 17, 2020

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, As the Body of Christ, we all share in the joys and sufferings of one another. The present pandemic will invite us deeper into that sacred mystery, even as our prayer, worship, and charity take unexpected paths. Bishop McKnight has suspended all public Masses throughout the Diocese of Jefferson…

Live Stream Mass Times

Orario de Misas

Weekend Masses - Fin de semana:
Sunday:  10:00 AM
Sunday:  2:00 PM en Español

Daily Masses - Ferial:
Tuesday:  8:00 AM
Wednesday:  6:00 PM
Thursday:  8:00 AM
Friday:  8:00 AM
Saturday:  11:00 AM

Confessions - Confesiones:
Tuesday:  4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Thursday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Friday:  5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Saturday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Contact Us

Our Lady of the Lake
Parish Office

PO Box 2390
2411 Bagnell Dam Blvd
Lake Ozark MO 65049

Parish Office Phone

(573) 365-2241

Diocese of Jefferson City
Chancery Offices

(573) 635-9127

Worship and Spiritual

Officers:

Chairwoman: Annette Miller

Vice-Chairman: Debbie Noland

Secretary:  Mary Scarlett

 

The purpose of the Commission on Divine Worship and the Sacraments is to ensure that the liturgical and sacramental life of the parish is celebrated in such a manner to invite all to encounter Jesus Christ alive in their midst.

Key Responsibility Areas

The commission will name one ministry coordinator for each of the following ministries chosen from either the core team, associate members or parish staff. Each ministry has a brief description of the key responsibilities of that ministry. The ministry coordinator will be charged with keeping a binder with policies and best practices to guide the work of the commission and the ministers themselves regarding their particular area of concern. The ministry coordinator will ensure that there are resources to assist ministers in their service. The ministry coordinator will ensure that all ministers are duly commissioned in a public ceremony and appropriately honor their service.

  • Ministry of Hospitality
  • Ministry of Reader
  • Ministry of Music and Song
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Sacristan and Ministry of Mass Coordinator
  • Art and Environment
  • Rite of Initiation and the Sacraments
  • Prayer and Devotions
  • Altar Server
  •  Liturgical Formation of the Assembly
Communion Church

“I commend you because you remember me in everything and maintain the traditions even as I have delivered them to you”

(1 Cor. 11:2).

 

Monthly Meeting Minutes

Act of Spiritual Communion

By Debbie Noland | March 20, 2020

The Church encourages frequent, even daily, Holy Communion but, if at any time we cannot go to Mass in or out of this season of the coronavirus, we can still unite ourselves to the Eucharist through making a spiritual Communion. By making an Act of Spiritual Communion, we express our faith in Christ’s Real Presence in…

Steve Angrisano in Concert

By Steve Jannetti | March 18, 2020

Steve Angrisano, composer, vocalist, guitarist and Catholic Speaker gave a concert at Our Lady of the Lake Concert on Sunday, February 9, 2020. The concert had approximately 300 attendees Steve travels all over the country and has sung for Pope Francis as well. He is one of the many artists who are represented by Oregon…

Second Sunday of Lent, Year A, Matthew 17:1-9

By Monsignor Makarewicz | March 10, 2020

The three pillars of our Lenten discipline are prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Last Sunday we heard about fasting and sacrifice in the story of Christ’s fasting in the desert after which he was tempted by Satan. Next Sunday we will hear about the story of the Samaritan woman at the well. Jesus invites her to…

1st Sunday of Lent, Year A, Matthew 4:1-11

By Monsignor Makarewicz | March 10, 2020

Lent has begun. Catholics throughout the world have begun our Lenten discipline of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, acts of penance that are meant to purify us and prepare us to celebrate Easter and have our faith renewed in the suffering, death, and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. We must turn away from sin and…

Chapel of St. Roch, Montbonnet, France

Prayer to St. Roch

By Monsignor Makarewicz | March 10, 2020

Prayer to St. Roch for healing.

Gothic Pulpit

7th Sunday OT, Year A

By Monsignor Makarewicz | February 26, 2020

I returned from my vacation in Texas on Friday, driving eleven hours straight from Austin back to the Lake. I enjoyed my two weeks in Texas, especially because I was able to speak a little Spanish here and there, even if it was only to order tacos y cerveza! Last Sunday I attended Mass in…

Valley of Castrojerez, Camino de Santiago

Looking ahead to Lent

By Monsignor Makarewicz | February 7, 2020

Lent begins in less that three weeks on Ash Wednesday, February 26. Holy Mass and the Distribution of Ashes will take place at 8:00 AM, 12:00 Noon, and 7:00 PM. We have a grave obligation to keep Ash Wednesday a day of fasting and abstinence. Fasting means that everyone from the age of 18 years…

Presentation of Our Lord

By Monsignor Makarewicz | February 4, 2020

Work schedules, electric clocks and watches, printed calendars, modern astronomy and geography, and the ease of modern travel and relocation are wonderful things. All of these increase our capacity to work and live efficiently. However, they come at a great cost. Time and activity are measured in ever shrinking intervals. Our lives are dissected every…

Mass Offerings

By Monsignor Makarewicz | January 31, 2020

The ancient and venerable practice of the Church is that in addition to the intention of the good of the whole Church, a priest offers the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for a particular intention for the good of the faithful. Often this mass intention is for a deceased person, but  can be for some…