The Eucharist, celebrated as a community, teaches us about human dignity, calls us to right relationship with
God, ourselves and others, invites us to community and solidarity, and sends us on mission to help
transform our communities, neighborhoods and world.
At St. Margaret of Scotland, we have the opportunity to celebrate Sunday Mass three times during the weekend.
On Saturday evening, we celebrate our Vigil Mass at 4:30 PM. Liturgical music is offered by an Instrumentalist and Cantor, and Reconciliation is heard from 3:45 until 4:15 PM before this Mass.
On Sunday morning, we have two opportunities to celebrate the Eucharistic Liturgy:
- Our first Mass begins at 8:00 AM, with the Rosary prayed beforehand, beginning around
7:40 AM. Liturgical music is offered by a Music Minster, with or without a Cantor.