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
8:30am, 11am, 6pm
Weekdays
7am
Confession
Arrive 30 minutes before Sunday Masses
First Friday Adoration
7:30am – 6:30pm
Evening Prayer & Benediction 6pm
Baptisms
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, February 26, 2017

8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

  • Morning: Matthew 6:24-34

Quinquagesima Sunday

  • Evening: Luke 18:31-43

9th Annual MARDI GRAS Celebration

Tuesday, February 28th in the Parish Hall, 6pm – 9pm

Come join in the pre-Lenten celebration with a potluck dinner, roasted pig, music, and dancing. Dinner starts at 6pm and entertainment at 7pm in the Parish Hall.

Last name brings: A-K, Main Dish; L-Q, Dessert; R-Z, Side Dish

7th Annual Beer Brewing Contest

Get ready to show off your beer! Each participant will be assigned a table that can be decorated according to their beer. Bring your beer bottled or by keg (taps must be included) – tasting cups will be provided. Please arrive early for check in and set up in the back room of the Parish Hall. Please call the Church Office to reserve a space if you wish to participate in this event.

ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES – MARCH 1ST

7am & 6pm

 STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Meditate on the Passion of Christ by praying the Stations of the Cross every Friday during Lent held inside the church at 6pm. The first Stations will be held on Friday, March 3rd.

LENTEN FRIDAY DINNERS

During the season of Lent, we will be sharing fellowship and Lenten dinners in the parish hall right after the Stations of the Cross. Main course, sides and beverages will be provided. Donations are welcomed. The first dinner will be on Friday, March 3rd at 6:30pm. Also, the parish store will open at 6:30pm. The Lenten Friday Dinners are a great opportunity for high school students and youth looking for community service hours.

7am Sunday Mass during Lent

Beginning Sunday, March 5th for the next five Sundays during the Season of Lent, there will be a 7am traditional Latin Mass.

2017 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL

The parish is pleased to participate in the 2017 “The Joy of Love” Annual Catholic Appeal. This appeal supports charitable needs throughout the Diocese of San Diego. Your gifts make possible the work that impacts so many in our diocese: service to the poor and imprisoned, education for children in Catholic schools and training of catechists, formation of candidates for the priesthood, ministry to our youth and to young people on university campuses, preparation of couples for marriage, and support for parish development in Imperial Valley. 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.

 

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Office Hours

Mon—Fri 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
(760) 941 5560
(760) 941 1857 fax

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4300 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, Ca 92056