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
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The Annual Catholic Appeal starts the weekend of Feb 15/16. Find out what our generous donations support in Diocese of Orlando.
Holy Week starts Palm Sunday and ends Holy Saturday night, see the full schedule of Masses and services that take place in the church that week.
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Join us for stations of the cross Fridays during Lent in the church at 7pm: The remaining stations are March 29 - April 5 - April 12
Life in the
The heart of every parish is found in its coming together to celebrate the Eucharist and being sent forth to live the Gospel.
Our parish will have Adoration each Friday during Lent. It is imperative that at least 2 adorers while the Blessed Sacrament is exposed.
From March 6 to April 14, we are taking part in 40 Days for Life. We pray that this will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city.
These very special rites are celebrated on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of Lent, at liturgies where the Elect are present. The Elect are preparing...
Are you looking to grow spiritually this Lent? Here is a list of opportunities to enrich your prayer life and deepen your faith this season.
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.