News & Updates
The Daily Mass will be live-streamed on Facebook Monday-Saturday at 8:30am.
The Sunday Masses will be live-streamed on Facebook on Saturdays at 5:00pm;
Sundays at 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm and 6:00pm.
Click the photo above to be re-directed to our Parish’s Facebook page. Masses & parish events live-streamed on Facebook are archived and can be watched at a later time.
Eucharistic Procession | TODAY, Saturday, June 10
“Did not our hearts burn within us as he walked among us…” – Luke 24:32
TODAY, Saturday, June 10
Immediately following 5pm Mass
OLL Church Grounds
All are invited to join as we process around the church grounds with the Blessed Sacrament in celebration of the National Eucharistic Revival and the Feast of The Body & Blood of Christ. The procession, led by Father Charles, will begin immediately following the 5:00pm Mass and will include prayers and Eucharistic hymns, concluding with Benediction.
Calling All First Holy Communion Children & Their Families!
All PEP2 Children are invited to be a part of this special feast day honoring the Blessed Sacrament – the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). Join us TODAY, SATURDAY, June 10 at the 5:00pm Mass.
Please wear your communion outfits and come to the 5pm Mass with your families. Immediately following the 5pm Mass, there will be a parish procession, led by our First Holy Communion children and their families around the church grounds. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be attending. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
Click here to read the most recent letter from our Pastor, Msgr. Brian McNamara.
Remember: Together, we can do something beautiful for God!
God Bless Fr. Brian!
“Not fare well, but fare forward, voyagers.”– T.S. Elliot
On Sunday, May 21, our Parish Family came together to say “fare-forward” to our Pastor, Fr. Brian. The church was filled with parishioners young and old who offered their prayerful best wishes to Fr. Brian as he takes leave of OLL and begins his ministry as pastor of St. Patrick in Smithtown. Our Parish Family presented Fr. Brian with a beautiful plaque (pictured above) to commemorate his time here at OLL as pastor. Click here to view a gallery of pictures from the 12:30pm Mass and the wonderful celebration that followed in the School Cafeteria. Thank you to everyone who helped make the day so special for Fr. Brian.
Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us!
Care Packages to Kuwait
As you know, I am deployed in Kuwait. The following is a list of things the Chaplains like to offer the troops. The troops especially enjoy the special food items. I was hoping you could donate these items. If you can, please bring them to the church doors or Parish Office. There will be boxes. Could you please drop off your items by Monday, June 19? Bigger is not always better. We need to give these items to individual Service Members, so I cannot use huge, family style items.
Thank you so very, very much! Fr. Brian
Needed items: Tooth brushes, Toothpaste, Sunscreen, Skin lotion, Chapstick, Beef/Salmon Jerky, Protein powders, Keurig Coffee pods (a variety), Sunflower seeds, Dried fruit (banana chips, etc.), Pringles chips.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
We have had a wonderful time sharing God’s Word with the children. Thank you for bringing them each week – they are all very special. Our last Sunday together will be June 25. We will not meet over the summer. Have a safe, healthy and blessed summer. We will begin Children’s Liturgy again on Sunday, September 10.
Time Change: Weekly Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament – Tuesdays
Please note: Due to the Oremus Bible Study course taking place on Tuesday evenings, for the next 6 weeks our weekly Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will end at 7pm. We will return to our regular end-time of 7:30pm on Tuesday, June 20. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!
Brochure: Choosing a Catholic Elementary School
Our Catholic schools cultivate a robustly Catholic culture centered on the spiritual, intellectual, sacramental, and liturgical life of the Church. Click here to access a helpful brochure that highlights the richness and diversity of our Catholic Schools on Long Island.
Important DRVC Deadline Notice Update
Information regarding a new deadline to file proofs of claim for victims of sexual abuse who were 18 or older when the alleged conduct occurred and the forms to use, can be found by clicking on the following link to the Diocese’s bankruptcy website and scrolling down the page: https://dm.epiq11.com/drvc.