Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Parish

Weekend Masses

Saturdays in Riggins at 10 AM

Saturdays in McCall at 5 PM

Sundays in McCall at 9:00 AM

Sundays in Cascade at 11:00 AM

Weekday Services

Mass in McCall at 9:30 AM Tuesday-Friday

Communion Service 9:30 AM on Mondays

Adoration in McCall Fridays 10-11 AM

Adoration in Cascade  First & Third Thursdays 11 AM-12:05 PM

followed by Communion Service 12:05-12:40 PM

Reconciliation

Every Saturday 4-4:30 PM at Our Lady of the Lake

Or by appointment 208-634-5474

for all three churches

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

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McCall - Our Lady of the Lake

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Riggins - St. Jerome

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Cascade - St. Katharine Drexel

 
CHURCH LOCATIONS
McCall

501 Cross Road

Corner of State and Forest Sts.

Cascade

101 Vista Point Blvd

(just west of Hwy 55)

Riggins

318 South B Street

WELCOME TO OUR PARISH
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Pastor
Fr. Bradley Neely
208-634-5474

 
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 Religious Education
rel.ed@ollidaho.org
208-634-5474
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Deacon Derek Williamson
deaconderek@ollidaho.org
208-634-5474
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Deacon Floyd Loomis
stormpeak34@gmail.com
208-861-4115
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Parish Office Heather Fohlin
info@ollidaho.org
208-634-5474
Accounting
Joanne Wood
208-634-5474

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!