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
6pm
Sunday
7am (during Lent), 8:30am,
11am, 6pm
Weekdays
7am
Confession
Arrive 30 mins before Sunday Masses
First Friday Adoration
7:30am – 6:30pm
Evening Prayer & Benediction 6pm
Stations of the Cross during Lent
Fridays 6pm; Lenten dinner to follow
Baptisms
First Saturdays, 11:30am
Parish Store
Opens after each Sunday morning Masses

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Mass Readings

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

1st Sunday of Lent

  • Morning: Luke 4: 1-13
  • Evening: Matthew 4: 1-11

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The 2016 Annual Catholic Appeal “Celebrating the Year of Mercy” is your opportunity to make possible the work that affects so many in our diocese: assistance to the poor, education of those who attend Catholic schools, formation of new priests and care for our retired priests, evangelization and support of Young Adults, and the consoling presence of Christ for those imprisoned. St. Margaret’s  ACA assessment goal for 2016 is $26,000. You can make your contribution at Online Giving or at www.sdcatholic.org or by picking up a brochure and response card at the parish.

 LOCAL LENTEN CONFESSIONS

Our Parish Confessions: Wednesday, February 17th at 7pm.

Other local services