We are a Roman Catholic parish that spans 600 square miles in the heart of the New York’s Finger Lakes.
We are people just like you –called by God to worship Him together at Mass, to share our gifts and talents in the workplace and the ministries of the Church, and to love and forgive as Jesus does.We are here to serve each other. We are led by our Mission Statement:
With Mary as our model, Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Community seeks to be a welcoming parish. While recognizing that we are made up of diverse rural communities, we strive to live as members of the one Body of Christ, ministering to each other, and working together to nurture our God-given talents in order to reach out to others in a caring and compassionate manner that witnesses to our fervent love for God.
Please take the time to introduce yourself to me and the other members of the staff. We look forward to getting to know you and answering any questions you have, as we worship and serve God together.
May Christ who nourishes us with His Body and Blood help us to become more like Him.
Fr. Leo, Pastor
Welcome Visitors, Summer Parishioners, New Parishioners and Inquirers!
Considering our location, we are blessed with many visitors and “summer parishioners” who own or rent properties on Keuka, Seneca or Canandaigua Lakes. We are thrilled that you are joining us as we celebrate the Eucharist together. Feel free to continue to celebrate with us in any of our parish events, including coffee hours or Knights of Columbus breakfasts. A full listing of upcoming events and activities can be found under the News & Events tab and subsequent drop downs.
While away from your regular church home, consider sharing your time, talents and gifts with us. We are all members of the Body of Christ, no matter where we find ourselves. Share your gifts, talents and time.
If you are new to the area, recently changed parishes, or if you haven’t been to church in a while, we are glad you are here. To make the most of joining us, please register as a member.
If you have questions about Catholicism, classes are held weekly from September throughout the Easter season. Read more..
For future Holiday and Holy Day Mass schedules, please see the events/parish calendar or call 315-536-7459.
Additional Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction
1st Wed – St. Januarius
2nd Wed – St. Michael’s Chapel
3rd Wed – St. Patrick’s
4th Wed – St. Theresa’s
No Holy Hour on 5th Wed of Month, and local School Snow days / Travel Advisories apply
To check out the activities of the Knights of Columbus or Catholic Daughters