Saint Margaret Parish

Catholic Church

Est. 33 a.d.

Our church is named after our patroness, St. Margaret of Scotland, who gave heroic witness as a disciple of Christ and a faithful daughter of the Church.  She is the example of sanctity, a faithful wife and true mother, always devoted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Her faith was manifested in her charity to the poor and especially those orphaned because of war and neglect. She is also remembered as a teacher, liturgist and builder of churches. She died in 1092.

The present church was completed in 2007.

Regular Schedule

Saturday Vigil
8:30am, 11am, 6pm
Arrive 30 minutes before Sunday Masses
First Friday Adoration
7:30am – 6:30pm
Evening Prayer & Benediction 6pm
First Saturdays, 11:30am
Parish Store
Opens 30 minutes after each Sunday morning Mass

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Mass Readings

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Sunday, October 23, 2016

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

  • Morning: Luke 18:9-14

23rd Sunday after Pentecost

  • Evening: Matthew 9:18-26

All Hallows’ Eve Bonfire

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st   6pm

6th Annual Parish Chili Cook-Off

Entry should be brought to the Chili Table in the Piazza.

Children can fight off darkness by dressing up as their favorite saint.  Prizes will be given for the top three saints costumes.

Bring a side dish to share. Last names with

A-E: Dessert; F-O: Hot Side; P-Z: Cold Side


Holy Day of Obligation

Tuesday, November 1st at 7am & 6pm

All Souls Day November 2nd

Mass for the faithful departed

Wednesday, November 2nd, 7am & 6pm

As a reminder to pray for the deceased, photos of loved ones can be placed at the tables for the Holy Souls in the St. Joseph Shrine. Envelopes for the All Souls Novena of Masses will be available at the table in the narthex or at the stand nearby the baptismal font on Saturday – Sunday, October 22 – 23.


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