Welcome to Our Community!

YEAR OF THE EUCHARIST

It is most appropriate that Bishop Noonan, embarking upon the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Diocese of Orlando, has proclaimed 2018 as a Year of the Eucharist. For more information on how we are celebrating the Year of the Eucharist go to our Year of the Eucharist page

THE COMMUNION RITE

As we continue to celebrate the Year of the Eucharist with the Diocese of Orlando, we shift our focus to the Communion Rite and the mystery of receiving Christ Himself in the Eucharist, find out more about The Communion Rite.

PARISH EVENTS

Fall Festival
October 19th

Catered by 4 Rivers Smokehouse. Join us for food, fun, entertainment, and community. Dinner served from 6-845pm. Tickets are on sale NOW!
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Dominican Republic
Collection

Thank you to all the speakers we had this weekend at Mass that spoke on the Dominican Republic. Here is a missions video from the Diocese.
Click here to see the Video

Parish Service
Night Photos

The Parish Service Night was to Benefit Crisis Shelter Residents. It was a great night here are some photos from the event!
Click here for photos

Additional Parking
For Mass

There are two additional parking lots we are permitted to use for Mass on the weekends. They are both a short walk from the Church.
Click here for a map

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

PARISH VISION

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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...

HOSPITALITY

Creating a spirit of hospitality in all that we do,

WITNESSING

Witnessing faithfully to God’s presence and love in our daily lives and effectively communicating that message,

LITURGY

Celebrating the liturgy with great care and devotion, placing the goal of active participation before all else.

SHARING

Sharing our God-given gifts and caring responsibly for those in need.