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Our Lady of the Lakes Parish

Year established: 1927
Vicariate: IV - Androscoggin, Franklin, North Cumberland, North/NE Oxford
Pastor: Rev. Anthony F. Kuzia, CM

Rectory Address: 43 Rangeley Avenue, Oquossoc
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 333, Oquossoc, ME 04964-0333
Telephone: 207-864-3795     Email: [email protected]

To make a secure online donation to the parish for general collections and/or special occasions, please click here.

Mass Schedule

St. Luke Church
19 Lake Street, Rangeley

Saturday 4 p.m. (July until Labor Day)
Sunday 8 a.m. (After Columbus Day until Memorial Day)
Sunday 9:30 a.m. (All Year and Livestreamed)
Thursday 9 a.m. (All Year) 
Friday 9 a.m. (After Columbus Day until Memorial Day) 

Our Lady of the Lakes Church
43 Rangeley Avenue, Oquossoc 

Sunday 7:30 a.m. (Memorial Day until Columbus Day)
Friday 9 a.m. (Memorial Day until Columbus Day)

St. John Church
76 Main Street, Stratton 
         

Saturday 6 p.m. (All Year)
Wednesday 6 p.m. (All Year)

Bell Chapel at Sugarloaf Mountain
5085 Access Road, Carrabassett Valley

Saturday 4:30 p.m. (November 27 through March)

Confessions are heard at St. John Church in Stratton (Wednesday 4:45 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.) and St. Luke Church in Rangeley (Thursdays 8:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.). For Holy Day Masses, call the rectory at (207) 684-3795 or look at the most recent bulletin below. 


Bulletins and Letters

May 8, 2022

May 1, 2022

April 24, 2022

April 17, 2022

April 10, 2022

April 3, 2022

Older bulletins can be found on the side menu located on the right-hand side of this page.


Parish Information

Parish Priorities and Goals
Parish Pastoral Council Update
Parish Financial Report
Full story and pictures from First Eucharist/Confirmation in Rangeley


Parish Churches

Our Lady of the Lakes Church
145 Rangeley Avenue
Oquossoc

St. Luke Church
9 Lake Street
Rangeley

St. John Church
76 Main Street
Stratton

Bell Chapel at Sugarloaf Mountain
Base of Sugarloaf
5092 Access Road

Carrabassett Valley

For Mass times on holy days, please listen to the recording at 207-864-3795.


Donations

To make a secure online donation to the parish for general collections and/or special occasions, please click here.


Historic Our Lady of the Lakes Church:
More than a Century of Catholicism in the Rangeley Region

Our Lady of the Lakes Church was built in 1908, primarily through the efforts of Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby. A convert to Catholicism, she was authorized by letter from Bishop O’Connell (dated July 23, 1906) to accept donations “with a view to a chapel in the Rangeley Region.” Collecting funds from residents and tourists, and using land given to her by the railroad company, she spearheaded the construction of the church. The first Mass was celebrated in the church on August 30, 1908, by Father Ambrose H. Barry. On September 30, 1908, Bishop Walsh visited the newly built chapel. He would later bless the church on August 15, 1911.

Click here for an overview of this historic church as outlined in the Centennial Celebration booklet. Read the complete story of how hometown pride helped the Our Lady of the Lakes community raise over $14,000 to repair its stained-glass windows!