CALL TO HOLINESS
reminds us that we are called to sainthood. We are presenting a Beatitude each month along with, personal challenges, Catholic Social Teachings, and a saint who has exemplified the values of Jesus.
BEATITUDE OF THE MONTH
This Beatitude speaks of those whose hearts are simple, pure and undefiled, for a heart capable of love admits nothing that might harm, weaken or endanger love. SEE MORE ABOUT THIS MONTH'S BEATITUDE
Catholicism on Demand
Formed is a digital library of movies, books, podcasts and bible studies that are available for free when you register through the parish.
Our ministers go to Hospitals to bring communion, to pray, and just visit with those who are ill or recovering. Contact Deacon Bill to become involved 407-647-3392.
We have seen an increase in email and text scams lately circulating around the Diocese of Orlando and other dioceses across the nation.
For over a decade, St. Margaret Mary has journeyed with parishes in Haiti with the theme of “You can do it. We can help.”
Coffee & Donut
Looking for a way to volunteer? Think Donuts! We are in need volunteers to serve donuts after the 8am or 9:30am Masses.
Liturgical ministry is an excellent opportunity to fulfill your baptismal call of service to one another. We are always looking for more volunteers!
There are two additional parking lots we are permitted to use for Mass on the weekends. Both a short walk from the Church!
FROM OUR PASTOR, FR. WALSH
Welcome to Our Faith Community.
Each parish community has its own unique history and its own core values. Our parish attempts to put focus on four core values – Inclusiveness,... more info
St. Margaret Mary Vision Statement:
Called into Relationship by the Holy Spirit and Centered in the Eucharist, St. Margaret Mary Parish is a Welcoming Community, Sent by Christ to Serve.
We, the Parishioners of St. Margaret Mary, Remain Rooted in Christ by...
Creating a spirit of hospitality in all that we do,
Witnessing faithfully to God’s presence and love in our daily lives and effectively communicating that message.
Celebrating the liturgy with great care and devotion, placing the goal of active participation before all else.
Sharing our God-given gifts and caring responsibly for those in need.