Weekly Mass

Each week, we will post mass here by Saturday evening so you may worship with us at home. For Holy Week liturgies, please click the link below.

Sunday, May 31 Mass

 

7th Grade Confirmation Candidates

Please keep our 7th grade Confirmation Candidates in your prayers. They have been preparing all year to make their Confirmation on May 7th, but due to COVID-19, it has been postponed. They are still preparing in their distance learning Religion classes.

 

View Holy Week Liturgies Here

COVID-19 UPDATES

We will continue to update things as the situation progresses. Please check the links below to read messages from our parish and school administrators.

Update 5.14.2020: The Archdiocese will permit public Masses to resume on Monday, May 18th. St. Margaret of Scotland is in the process of determining what this looks like for our parish. Please fill out the survey below as soon as possible to help guide us.
We also ask that everyone read the two documents below, one from the Archdiocese regarding the restart of public Masses and the CDC guidelines for who should/should not be going out and how to stay healthy.

St. Margaret Return to Mass Survey for Parishioners

Restart of Public Masses – Archdiocese FAQ Document

CDC GUIDELINES FOR HIGH-RISK DETERMINATION AND STAYING HEALTHY


SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM FATHER O’TOOLE: 3/17/20

DISTANCE LEARNING EXTENSION: 4/9/20

SCHOOL CLOSING AND DISTANCE LEARNING PLAN: 3/15/20

To keep our parish and school community strong in prayer, Father O’Toole will be filming mass each week. It will be posted by Saturday evening here and on our Facebook page.
Additionally, students and teachers will be filming a daily school prayer. That will be posted on the school side of the website as well as Facebook by 8am each morning.

Mass Schedule

Saturday 4:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM
Monday - Friday 6:30 AM
School Mass 8:00 AM Friday (School Year)
Holy Days and Holidays Please Refer to Bulletin
Reconciliation
Saturday 3:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Our Mission

We are a diverse, urban, Catholic parish. Inspired by the Holy Spirit and the example of our patroness, we are called to be a vibrant voice and beacon of the Catholic faith in our neighborhoods.

We proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and action by:

  • Praying and celebrating as a Eucharistic community
  • Educating children and adults to live a full Christian life in today’s world
  • Serving others with unconditional generosity
  • Living just lives and working for a more just society

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