Mass Schedule

At St. Margaret of Scotland, we are blessed to be able to sing and pray to the Lord frequently, whether we gather together in communal worship or spend time in individual prayer and devotion. The opportunities to gather are many, and we are grateful for our beautiful worship space that is our Church. We have opportunities to pray daily, weekly and at special times throughout the year – we offer worship and praise to our Triune God, giving thanks always.

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

Parish Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Worship Reminders

Worship reminders for those worshipping in church and at home

If you plan to attend Mass, please wear a mask or scarf that covers your mouth and nose.

Please follow spacing guidelines in the church and sit only one household to a pew.

These FAQs from the Archdiocese and these recommendations of the CDC can help answer other questions you have about attending Mass.

Archbishop Carlson has continued the dispensation for all who are unable to attend Mass due to health concerns.

We will post a video of the Sunday liturgy on our parish home page, and you can also read this week’s bulletin online. Our weekly bulletins now include a worship aid to help you participate in the prayers and hymns of Mass, whether you are at home or in church.

Eucharist at Home

St. Margaret of Scotland is re-invigorating the ministry of carrying the Eucharist to parishioners unable to attend Mass.

If you would like to receive the Eucharist in your home, please complete this form. Requests need to be submitted each week before noon on Friday to receive a visit that weekend. A Eucharistic minister will be assigned to you and will contact you to confirm prior to their visit.

If you would like to volunteer for or be trained for this ministry, please contact Ruth Pera or Peter Hesed.

Accessibility

Accessible entry is marked and can be found near the Flad entrance of the church at the foot of the lower tower. Entrance through the sacristy door can also be arranged by contacting the parish office.

Transportation

Mass Transportation Services are provided on a volunteer basis. To schedule a ride, please contact 314-776-0363.

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About

About

We are a diverse, urban, Catholic parish.
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History

History

St. Margaret of Scotland Church was birthed on Christmas Day 1899 by founding pastor Father John J. O’Brien
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Leadership & Staff

Leadership & Staff

Meet the staff at St. Margaret of Scotland.
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