Sacred Music

Our Lady of the Lake

2411 Bagnell Dam Blvd, Lake Ozark MO 65049

Public* and Live Stream Service Times

Orario de servicios en linea y abierto al público++

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Holy Mass (English):  10:00 AM
Santa Misa (Español):  2:00 PM

Monday, 5-18-2020 no public or streamed mass
Tuesday, 5-19-2020, Mass:  8:00 AM 
Wednesday, 5-20-2020, Adoration:  5:00 PM
Wednesday, 5-20-2020, Mass:  6:00 PM
Thursday, 5-21-2020, Mass:  8:00 AM
Friday, 5-22-2020, Mass:  8:00 AM

Confessions - Confesiones:
Saturday, 5-16-2020, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Sunday Mass:
Saturday Vigil, 5-17-2020:  5:00 PM (no live stream)
Sunday 5-17-2020
     English  Mass:  10:00 AM
     Misa en Español:  2:00 PM

*Before coming to church, please check for the latest updates and read carefully the instructions that apply for holding services while practicing good hygiene and social distancing. Masks are required and space will be limited.

++Antes de venir a la iglesia, verifique las últimas actualizaciones y lea atentamente las instrucciones que se aplican para celebrar los servicios mientras practica una buena higiene y distanciamiento social. Necesita una cubierta de tela para la cara.  

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

Sacred Music

"Let everything that has breath give praise to the Lord!"

- Psalm 150:6

The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art. The main reason for this pre-eminence is that, as sacred song united to the words, it forms a necessary or integral part of the solemn liturgy.

Holy Scripture, indeed, has bestowed praise upon sacred song, and the same may be said of the fathers of the Church and of the Roman pontiffs who in recent times, led by Pope St. Pius X, have explained more precisely the ministerial function supplied by sacred music in the service of the Lord.

Therefore Sacred Music is to be considered the more holy in proportion as it is more closely connected with the liturgical action, whether it adds delight to prayer, fosters unity of minds, or confers greater solemnity upon the sacred rites. But the Church approves of all forms of true art having the needed qualities, and admits them into divine worship.

SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL, Sacrosanctum Concilium, 112

Bring your Green Gather Book to Church

By Mary Wageman | May 7, 2020

Don’t forget that all hymnals and prayer books have been removed from Church. We will be announcing hymnal numbers from the old Green Gather books during this time until we are able once again to share the Blue Gather Books in our pews. Those of you who took home a copy of the previous hymnal,…

Music in Times of Comfort

By Steve Jannetti | April 24, 2020

Michael Joncas is a composer, vocalist and priest!! He teaches at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and is a very prolific writer of many songs that we know, such as: “Take and Eat”, “I Have Loved You”, “No Greater Love’, “We Come to Your Feast” as well as one we all know “On…

Taizé Prayer March 31, 2020

By Steve Jannetti | March 31, 2020

Songs:Put Your Trust in GodJesu, RedemptorI am Sure I Shall SeeChrist, You Are the LightPeace I Leave You Put your trust in God, and do not fear. God’s peace will dwell deep within your hearts. Put your trust in God. Jesu, Redemptor Jesu, redemptor omnium, tu lumen et splendor Patris, tibi sit Gloria, tibi jesu…

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…

Missal Nativity Engraving

A Sacred Season

By Monsignor Makarewicz | December 20, 2019

Our Christmas song can teach us so much about the Incarnation of Jesus Christ in this Sacred Season.

Choirs, Cantors, and Accompanists

 

Our parish has a robust music program. Please see below the number of music ministries, and contact information to join or get more information.


Steve Jannetti is our Director of Music

(573) 301-2161

olalamusic@sbcglobal.net

 

Our Allen Digital Organ

 

Installed in 2016, our three manual, 50 stop digital organ is powerful enough to fill the church, yet configurable to fit any size of congregation.


Our sound system is balanced to ensure everyone in the congregations hears the words and music perfectly. Hearing assist devices are available in the Fellowship Hall.

 

Adult Choir

Membership is open to those in high school up to and including senior adulthood who are able to make a commitment to rehearsals and the Mass schedule.

Cantors

Are Leaders of Song at Masseswho help facilitate the participation of the people, proclaim the Psalm between the Readings and lead the Gospel Acclamation. They work with the Music Director and their accompanist to accomplish these goals. 

Capable Teenagers are welcome to participate.

Parish Youth Musicians and Singers

All young people who are interested in exploring God's gift of music are welcome to participate as they are able in praising God in song. PSR masses and special occasions are wonderful opportunities to begin to be a leader in liturgical ministry.

Organists, Pianists, and Other Instrumentalists

Our Lady of the Lake welcomes those with musical skills on the organ, piano, or other instrument to volunteer their serves at the liturgy. The music director will assist in scheduling occasions for your participation.

On occasion, accompanists and cantors are hired to assist when needed.