Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic Church
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Monday through
Thursday from
4:30 - 5:00 PM

2:45 - 3:45 PM



The Sacrament of Matrimony

"But at the beginning of creation God 'made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate."

Mark 10:6-9 6 

Wedding Coordinator:  
Beth Zima  (985) 626-5671 x 116.

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!  We are glad that you have chosen to marry in the Catholic Church.  Please take a moment to read the information letter posted below before continuing.


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Other Marriage Services:

Music Guidelines
Sharon Smode - 985-626-5671, x102
email:  sharon@ollparish.info

Please contact Sharon for a copy of the music guidelines for weddings.
Wedding Music Workshop Dates
Please click here for a list of the Wedding Music Workshop Dates.

Beth Zima - 985-626-5671, x116

email: beth@ollparish.info

Couples seeking to have their marriage validated or “Blessed” in the Catholic Church are encouraged to call the church office to set up an appointment to review the paperwork required.  This is a simple and beautiful way to solidify a civil marriage in the sacrament of holy matrimony as well as enable the couple to return to full  communion with the Catholic Church.

Deacon Jay Frantz – 985-789-0293

Individuals seeking an annulment from a broken marriage are encouraged to call the church office to set up an appointment to review the Archdiocesan guidelines for submittal of a case to the Tribunal.  The Catholic Church teaches that marriage is, by God’s plan, an enduring and exclusive partnership between a man and a woman for giving and receiving of love and for the procreation and education of children.  An annulment does not deny that a real relationship existed, nor does it imply that the relationship was entered into with ill will or moral fault.  In addition, the children of a marriage which has been annulled, do not become illegitimate.  Rather, a declaration of nullity by a Church court is a statement that the relationship fell short of at least one of the elements considered essential for a binding, lifelong union.

» Read FAQ about Annulments


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