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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Come celebrate the Resurrection of Our Lord on April 21st. Join us in the park at 6:30am and in the Church at 8am, 9:30am, 11am, and 12:15pm. There will be no 6pm Mass on Easter.
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.
See the Schedule
Join us Good Friday for 8am Morning Prayer, 12 Noon Stations of the Cross, 3pm & 7pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., has set up a fund to help the Cathedral rebuild.
Bring your entire household and call your friends! All are Welcome! May 10th, 6-10pm FOOD TRUCK FARE Beer, Wine, Soda & Snacks Available
A movie for parents and students offering solutions for helping kids navigate the digital world. The screening will be May 3rd at 6:30pm.
Meet the Clergy
Men’s Faith + Fellowship + 4 Rivers BBQ - Cost $15 - Pre Register Online and at the Door. All Men of the Parish are encouraged to attend.
Registration is open
Life is wild. God is good. June 17-21. ROAR is offered for children entering four-year-old preschool through the sixth grade this fall.
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.