There are three official ways to donate to our school
1) mail a check to our school at:
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School
215 Lake Shore Dr E
Ashland, WI 54806)
2) Make an online donation to the school using VANCO payments by clicking on the button below
3) Contact Karen Swanson about setting up a recurring donation via ACH by clicking on the button below
Our Lady of the Lake School and Catholic Order of Foresters #2506 are sponsoring a HUGE book sale. The sale will include 100’s of fiction and non-fiction books for children and adults of all ages in a variety of categories: educational, history, mystery, cooking, crafts, religious, romance and more. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to local Veterans. Any books remaining after the sale will be delivered to Savers, in Duluth, to support Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota.
Join Our Lady of the Lake Home & School Association for their Spring Carnival on Sunday May 22nd, from 10:00 am to noon in the Social Hall. The carnival is open to kids of all ages to enjoy games, snacks, prizes, cake walk, and an auction. Invite your friends and families to join you for Mass followed by a fun-filled morning at the carnival! This fundraiser supports student activities and classroom needs at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School.
A Pentecost Celebration will be the final session for children in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) faith experience. Everyone is invited to attend.
All CGS, and other, children between the ages of 2.5 - 6 years of age will gather at 5:00 pm, in the Atrium, for a short presentation and to prepare for the procession. All other attendees may gather in the church by 5:30 pm. The celebration will include a procession by the children, a time of meditation on the scripture account of Pentecost, followed by a presentation of the Seven Gifts of the Spirit with time for reflection and song.
Join us for this special prayer time and fellowship
Attention Senior Class of 2022 and Families
A Baccalaureate Mass in honor of graduating seniors from Our Lady of the Lake, and surrounding parishes and schools, will be celebrated at Our Lady of the Lake, Sunday, June 5th at 9:00 am.
We invite our faith community to share this special day to honor our graduating students and send them off with prayers and a blessing. Breakfast will follow the Baccalaureate Mass in the social hall. Students are welcome to invite family, Godparents, or friends for the breakfast.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP, with the number attending from your family, to Anna Richardson, 715.685.1720, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Lady of the Lake Parking Lot Pavilion Picnic Lunch after Mass
Bring yourself and a chair! This Mass takes the place of the indoor 9 AM Mass at Our Lady of the Lake and the 11 AM Mass at St. Peter in Dauby.
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
A celebration of marriages, for couples from all cluster parishes, will be included with the Outdoor Mass and Picnic planned for Sunday, August 15th. Married couples celebrating a milestone anniversary (years ending in a 0 or 5) are invited to attend. Please call the Pastoral Center, 715.682.7620 or email email@example.com to provide your name and the number of years you are celebrating.
Over the past few years, OLL volunteer gardeners have been busy establishing new perennial beds and planters. Many perennials have been relocated from the convent garden to the church and school gardens. We could use some help with spring clean-up, and regular summer maintenance of established beds. Perhaps you are interested in “adopting” a small section of the garden for weekly maintenance? Please contact the Pastoral Center, 715-682-7620, if you can help - small efforts by many will add up to continued beautification of our gardens.
What better way to show the Ashland community of our vibrant parish and school by volunteering to help.
Middle and high school students participating in the YDISCIPLE Faith Formation program recently completed a semester study series titled, Theology of the Body. Students dove into the extraordinary story of their creation as unrepeatable individuals, and the purpose of life…being a sincere gift of self for others and striving for eternity in heaven. The last few weeks focused on discerning God's will, vocation, family, authentic friendships, dating, and living a life of virtue. To cap the program students were invited to make a pledge to chastity. They lit votive candles, asked for Mother Mary’s intersession and spent time with the Blessed Sacrament in Adoration.
Please keep our youth in prayer as they courageously live out Catholic values in a culture that is increasingly hostile to them.
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