Our Lady

    of the Lake Catholic Parish

Transfiguration Sunday

02.27.2021  Part I

Transfiguration Sunday

02.27.2021  Part II

The Transfiguration

by Raphael 1516-1520

(in the Pinoteca Museum at the Vatican


Plans are in the works to be able to reopen Our Lady of the Lake in the next few weeks. The Parish Council is meeting at 9 am via Zoom on Monday March 1 to discuss when the church may be open for Mass. The City of McCall has reinstated the mask mandate and there is a $100 fine if you are cited by the McCall police. Those with medical exemptions need to have written confirmation of their exemption if they want to be avoid being cited. The state remains in Stage 3 of reopening, and indoor gatherings are limited to 50 people or less, with distancing and masking protocols in place. 


Please continue to wear masks and maintain physical distancing for the health and safety of everyone. Being outdoors does not eliminate the risk of transmission if other measures are not followed. 

For the sake of everyone, if you feel ill in any way, please do not attend Mass. Video masses are posted weekly.

•Any parishioner that tests positive for COVID-19 and has attended a church function is kindly asked to report this to the parish office at info@ollidaho.org or call 208-634-5474.

We encourage everyone to get immunized as soon as regulations allow.


This section will be updated whenever there is new information regarding COVID-19 in our parish churches.

Mass Schedule:

Saturdays in Riggins at 10 AM

 Saturdays in McCall at 5:00 pm OUTDOORS

Sundays in McCall at 9:00 AM OUTDOORS

Sundays in Cascade at Noon

Masses continue outdoors in McCall.   Cascade has resumed indoor Mass.  Anyone wishing to can listen to Mass from the OLL parking lot via radio broadcast at FM 93.7.   (If you wish to participate from home, please watch the weekly video masses.) Communion will be distributed by Fr. Bruno outside at the base of the stairs for those listening from their vehicles. 

Call 208-634-5474 or email info@ollidaho.org. with any questions or concerns.

MASKS ARE REQUIRED when indoors at all locations.

If you are unwilling to wear a mask, you should either listen in your car at FM 93.7 in McCall or watch the video mass. 

In consideration of others, we ask that those who wish to take the Host on the tongue go last in the Communion line. 

Bishop Christensen has continued dispensation for those 60 and up, or who have health conditions that put them at increased risk, and will continue until further notice. Video masses will continue until it is safe for those who are vulnerable to attend. 

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McCall - Our Lady of the Lake

Riggins - St. Jerome

Cascade - St. Katharine Drexel


501 Cross Road

Corner of State and Forest Sts.

Outdoors Masses Only: 

Saturday 5:00 PM

Sunday 9:00 AM

Listen to Mass at FM 93.7 from your car. Please come to the stairs to receive Communion.


101 Vista Point Blvd

(just west of Hwy 55)


318 South B Street

Indoors Mass

Saturdays 10:00 AM

Masks are REQUIRED

Indoors Mass: 

Sunday at Noon

Masks are REQUIRED

Reconciliation by appointment

Adoration Fridays 11 AM at Our Lady of the Lake

Spanish Mass Currently Suspended

Sacramental Minister
Fr. Bruno Segatta
Parish Administrator
Deacon Derek Williamson
Deacon Floyd Loomis
 Religious Education
Parish Coordinator
Martin Verillo
Joanne Wood/Dave Kirk

Father Bruno Segatta

Father Bruno was born in Trento, Italy, a mountain town in the Dolomites of northern Italy.  He was recruited by Bishop Treinen to the Diocese of Boise, and ordained in 1974. After five years as an assistant pastor in Boise, he completed graduate studies in art in 1982 at Cal State Northridge, CA. Granted a leave of absence from the Diocese in 1982, he became Dean of Students for the Gonzaga-in-Florence program until 2003. Since returning to Idaho, Fr. Bruno has continued to answer God's call to serve the parishioners of Idaho as a Sacramental Minister. He remains busy with painting, bicycling, and skiing. He also loves teaching, cooking, and travel. 

Some parish history....

Our Lady of the Lake was first called Our Lady Of Perpetual Help, and was established in 1916, as a mission of St. John the Evangelist Cathedral in Boise, Idaho. The first Catholic church building in McCall is now the Alpine Theater, on Roosevelt Avenue on the east side of Payette Lake.

In 1963, Father John Koelsch, became the first resident pastor. Under his leadership, the present church was built and dedicated in 1964 as Our Lady Of The Lake. The church was remodeled to its present configuration in 1993.

Parish Feast Day

The feast Day of the Parish is celebrated on August 15th, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Some parish facts...

Our parish is huge. In sheer size, it is over 9,000 square miles, extending from the Boise County line in the south to the Salmon River in the north, from Adams County in the west to the Frank Church/River of No Return Wilderness in the east. It comprises over 10 per cent of the area of the state of Idaho. The parish is also larger than the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont!


We are an Idaho Catholic Community with three churches in one parish. We welcome all who choose to join us.

Questions or comments about the website?

Contact admin@ollidaho.org


For all communities

Office:  208-634-5474

Fax:  208-634-5475

501 Cross Road

PO Box 821
McCall, ID  83638



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