• Pete & Julie Birkeland


    Pete at the “All Saints Celebration”

    OLC School

    Annual Service Award Recipients!

    Take a moment to read the letter written by Duane Parker.


  • Feast of St. Blaise

    st. BlaiseThere will be “Blessing of the Throats”

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    in honor of the Feast of St. Blaise.

    The feast is celebrated on Tuesday, February 3.

    You may also have your throat blessed after the 7:00AM Mass on Tuesday. Click here to learn about St. Blaise

  • Don’t miss the event of the year!

    If you can’t attend the OLCEF Fundraising event, you can support the Foundation by purchasing a raffle ticket.

    $20.00 for a chance to win $1000.00.

    Raffle tickets available after Masses this weekend or in the parish office.

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    “Be True to Your School”

     A Do Not Miss OLCEF Fundraising Event

    You may still purchase ticket for $35.00.

    Senior discounts tickets $20.


    More Information

  • Year End Statements


    As good stewards of your generous support, we will EMAIL your Year End Contribution Statement.  We will mail contribution statements to those we know do not have an email account.  Of course we are happy to send your statement by mail upon request.

    If you do not receive your Year End Statement by email by the end of January, check your spam folder, talk to other members of your household (we may only have one email address for the family) or contact the parish office to update your email.

    Thank you for your trust and generosity.

  • Pastoral Care Ministries

    pastoral care 2Providing Care and Compassion

    If you missed your opportunity to inquire about the Pastoral Care Ministries, you can submit your interest on the Ministry Interest Form.

    We appreciate the dedicated members of:

    Parish Health Ministry, Knit One, Pray Too,  OLC Meal Ministry,  Medical Equipment Closet,  “Circle of Caring” Bereavement, Lazarus Ministry (Funeral Luncheons), Communion Visitation  and Spiritual Care Ministry

  • Connect in Community – myParish App

    Enjoy sharing and exploring your faith with a positive social media tool!

    This new app for iPhone and Android smart phones will help us connect in community, grow in our Catholic faith and invite others to join in the journey.

    Explore the Features HERE!

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  • Russo’s Reflections 01-25-2015

    Catholic Schools Week This week the Church celebrates Catholic Schools Week. The theme for 2015 is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Each year the Church reminds us of the importance of education for our children through Catholic Schools. Why Catholic schools? Because through Catholic schools our children not only receive a quality… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 01-18-2015

    NEW PAROCHIAL VICAR Please welcome to OLC our new parochial vicar, parish priest, associate pastor, Father Darrel Kempf. Father Darrel Kempf, 31, is the son of Tom and Jane Kempf of St. Michael Parish, Brunswick, his home parish. He has five siblings, Christine, Patrick, Amber, Max and Cameron. He attended Muskegon Community College and St…. Read more

  • Fr. Darrel’s Article in Faith Magazine

    Faith Magazine Digital Copy – December

  • Fr. Mike’s Musings 01-11-2018

    My Friends at OLC, This is the last article that I will be writing in this bulletin space and I would like to use it to say my farewell. Today, January 11th, is my last day as the associate pastor of the parish as I will be taking up my duties as the pastor of… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 01-04-2015

    Godspeed to Fr. Mike! On December 16, 2014, Bishop Walkowiak announced new pastoral appointments. Effective Wednesday, January 14, 2015, Rev. Michael G. Hodges, parochial vicar of Our Lady of Consolation Parish, Rockford, is appointed pastor of St. Philip Neri Parish, Reed City, and St. Anne Mission, Paris. Please join us in the family center today,… Read more

  • Fr. Mike’s Musings 12-14-2014

      On this Third Sunday of Advent the theme is traditionally one of joy. This is a tradition that comes down from the Tridentine Mass when the first word of the Introit or Entrance Antiphon was “Gaudete” (Rejoice/Be Glad). Therefore this Sunday has come to be known as “Gaudete Sunday”. Advent is a penitential, as… Read more

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