OLOL again offers soup, stations series
The Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Community is again offering its popular “Soup and Stations” series. Each Friday during Lent, parishioners will gather for soup, community and prayer at one of the six parishes that make up the community.
Parishioners will gather at 6:30 each evening of the series to enjoy bread and a variety of homemade, meatless soups. After dinner, participants will proceed to the church for Stations of the Cross and community prayer.
Between 100 and 150 people usually attended each evening of the series last year, according to Father Robert Ring, pastor of Our Lady of the Lakes. That series was so successful that the six-parish community offered a similar “pilgrimage” during Advent, offering a potluck soup supper and community prayer at several different locations around the community.
The first stop in the current Lenten series was at St. Andrew’s Parish in Dundee. The second installment of the series will be held Feb. 18 at St. Januarius Parish in Naples, and future installments will be held Feb. 25 at St. Mary’s Parish in Rushville, March 4 at St. Michael’s Parish in Penn Yan, March 11 at St. Theresa’s Parish in Stanley and March 18 at St. Patrick’s Parish in Prattsburgh.
For more information, contact the Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Community office at 315/536-7459.