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Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church
P.O Box 272, 314 S. Lakeshore Dr., (corner of St. Mary St.) Lake Village, AR 71653 870-265-5439
Welcome to Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church.  
Located on the banks of Lake Chicot in Lake Village Arkansas.  
For over 100 years, Our lady of the lake has been serving the parishoners of Chicot county.

Rev. Theo Okpara  
Pastor  
870-265-5439  
e-mail: frtheophilus@yahoo.com  
 
Deacon Timothy Sampolesi  
Deacon David French

Masses:  
Saturday 5:00 P.M.  
Sunday 9:00 A.M. Confessions:  
Saturday 4:15 P.M.  
or by appointment

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Sue Pieroni, Secretary 
870-265-5439 
C/DRE: Debbie Vaughn 
870-265-3054 
CYM Director: Debbie Vaughn 
Libby Borgognoni, Historian 
Choir Directors 
Saturday Mass: Libby Borgognoni - Sunday Mass: Martha Pieroni 
Pianist/Organist: Marilyn Jo McMillian Borgognoni


Our Book Corner  
Click here for more info and to purchase one  
Inexpensive gift for weddings, birthday, etc. 
1) Old World Cookery  
Our Lady of the Lake Alter Society  
Compiled and assembled by Libby Borgognoni  
This unique recipe collection is a treasured source of family food traditions  
that have been brought from Italy and preserved and handed down  
generation to generation for your enjoyment.  
This 226pp book is filled with some of the finest cuisine available.  
2) Italians of Sunnyside 1895-1995:  
A People of Faith, of Hope, and of Love  
Compiled and assembled by Libby Borgognoni  
Centennial Celebration September, 1995. pp 120. 325 pictures. A People Set Apart! Throughout the regions of Marche, Emilia, and Veneto over 100 families were the first families that embarked from Genoa, Italy in 1895 to New Orleans, Louisiana and there to Sunnyside, near Lake Village, Chicot County, Arkansas; one of the first immigrations from Italy . There were promises of parcels of 12 ½ acres of land and they would be proprietors after twenty years; the company would provide housing, agricultural implements, with its own railroad, gin and sawmill. They were promised a church and a school that would complete the colonization of the area. But this was not to be! The history and truth of this immigration and the peonage system in America has been researched and written by many authors, and much of this information is  
shared in this book.  
3) Our Lady of the Lake Church  
Compiled and assembled by Libby Borgognoni  
This book highlights the 100th anniversary of our church. Throughout the book there is a written and pictorial history of the pastors, religious orders, and communicants that served our church during this time. There are pictures that depict the past scenes of the parish life of this lively Catholic community. This book is a glimpse of the past, which should be shared  
and not forgotten. 
4) Our Lady of the Lake Church  
Compiled and assembled by Libby Borgognoni  
Old Historical Museum DVD and Blu-Ray, pictorial and narrated 1:05 minutes.  
DVD $10 plus $5.00 shipping, Blu-Ray $15 plus $5.00 shipping.  
Payable to Our Lady of the Lake Catholic church.. 
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, Lake Village, Arkansas