My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I love You above all things and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
Special thanks to all who helped with the
remodeling project at St. Margaret’s Church. All the statues and stations have been cleaned and polished. All the windows have been washed and the carpets have been cleaned.
Thank you all for helping to beautify the Church in time for the Christmas season. This could not have been done without you support and love for St. Margaret's Church.
Grand Annual Collection 2022
The grand annual collection has begun
and will run until December 31st.
Please give what you can,
this collection supports the parish
and helps us through the winter months.
Thank you in advance for your donation.
Total to Date: $10,305.00
(newly dedicated November 21, 2021)
Adorers may go to the
"St. Joseph the Worker Adoration Chapel"
for their personal Adoration.
Tuesday thru Saturday
10AM until 4PM
New Parish Office Hours
As of October 1st, the Parish Office will be OPEN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY FROM 9AM TO 1PM. On MONDAY & FRIDAY, a pre-scheduled APPOINTMENT is required.
Our telephone number is 508-759-7777.
PLEASE NOTE**** the Mass Book will be available
after the 9AM Sunday Mass at St. Mary's.
The Knights of Columbus will host a Pancake Breakfast in the Parish Hall on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 8AM to 10:30AM.
Our next Pancake Breakfast is Dec. 18th.
All are invited.
ATTIC TREASURES NEEDS VOLUNTEERS!!
Can you spare a couple of hours a week at the Thrift Shop to help out?
This shop benefits the St. Margaret Parish, helps to pay for the expenses of the Parish Center and defers Parish costs. Please stop by the shop if you would like to help out or call Cheryl Legace (774) 291-2098.
Flower Committee Announcement!
The Flower Committee will be hanging the Advent wreaths at St. Margaret’s Church
on Saturday, Nov. 26th beginning at 9AM.
Call the Rectory during the week to purchase a Mass card for your loved one.
If you would like to have a Memorial devoted to a loved one for the week, please call the Office and we will be glad to assist you in this special remembrance.
The Memorials are: the Tabernacle Lamps, Offertory Wine, Altar Bread and Altar Flowers. Cost is $25 per item per week, except for the Tabernacle Lamp ($15 per week).
Fred & Helen Alden, Madelyn Alexander, Tanner Caldwell, Ron Carreira, Debra & Michael Cassady, Teresa Chambers, Karl Coeiney, Bonita Costello, Michele Ewing, Elaine Fabrizio, Brian Fay, Brian Gilmartin, Sandra Greene, Oscar Huerta (has cancer), Paula Hatch, Gregory Isabelle, Jeannette & Richard Kokoszka, Amy O'Connor (Jagminas), Kerry McRae, Scott Reed, Arthur Silvieia, Patrick, Ethan Tripp (17 yrs. old) (Mary Hough’s grandson), Annastacia Twomey, Angel Cruz Vazquez, Mary J. Walsh (96 yrs. old), John Walsh & Cora Belle Walsh (2yrs old), Olivia Kellegrew, Gordon Sequeira, Florence Wilson (99 yrs. Old)
Please call the Parish Office to add your loved one's name to our Prayer List.
Dimitri Bautista, (US Army) Pvt Liam W. Brady, Tech SGT Dillon Caldwell, Ian M. DaSilva, US Navy, SGT Michael Dudley, PVT5 Thomas Hanlon (Army), Kevin Meiers (US Navy), LTJG Michael Feeney, TSGT Kevin Feeney, TSGT Zachary Moitoso, Jaslynn (JJ) Rodriques (USMC), Max Rogers (USAF), Jack Rogers (US National Guard), PVT Derek Stevens, US Navy, Ross Talpey, US Army Guard
Please feel free to call the Parish Office and submit your loved one's name.
Join us on the First Friday every month. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed following the 8AM Mass ending at 5PM. The next First Friday is December 2nd.
ROSARY at St. Margaret's Church
(Monday - Friday) following 8AM Mass (Sunday) at 7AM before the 7:30AM Mass
Rosary - WPLM Radio 99.1 FM Daily broadcast at 5AM
For the weekend of November 26th & 27th, our Second Collection will be for “Fuel".
Please give what you can. Thank you and God bless you.
St. Margaret's - St. Mary's
in your estate plan.
ATTENTION EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS ..... Please feel free to assist at Mass when there is a shortage of Eucharistic Ministers for that Mass. We truly appreciate your dedication to this ministry. God bless you and thank you.Read More
EUCHARISTIC MINISTER TRAINING ..... Eucharistic Minister Training takes place on the first Tuesday of the month, from 6 - 7PM at St. Margaret Church. If you are planning on attending, please call the Rectory Office and leave your name and phone number. Thank you.
Registration for the Cape Cod Bus for Life has begun. There are Registration Forms in the back of both our Churches. The CC Bus for Life leaves for Washington DC on Thursday, January 19, 2023 and returns Saturday, January 21, 2023. The cost starts at $300 for single occupancy. Contact Bob Powilatis 774-678-0575 for more information.
When we have a significant amount of snow or ice on the roads and sidewalks, dangerous and damaging winds or torrential rains, we share community weather situations that need to be addressed. When Bourne public schools and town offices are closed on a weekday on account of a weather situation, our Churches and Parish Office will also be closed. We want to keep our parishioners safe. Your safety is most important to us! When you are not comfortable going outside because of a significant weather situation, please use your better judgment and stay at home!!
o MASS Sun 7:30AM | 11AM
o MASS Sat 4PM (Sunday Vigil)
Sat 3PM - 3:30PM
o MORNING MASS
Monday through Friday 8AM
After 8AM Mass (Mon - Fri)
At 7AM Before 7:30AM Mass (Sun)
Please visit the Diocesan Safe Environment page for more information: https://www.fallriverdiocese.org/office-of-safe-environment
“Let the children come to me; do not prevent them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these". Mark 10:14
At St. Margaret Parish we all work together to protect our children. Please visit the Diocesan Safe Environment page (click HERE) for information on how we protect the faithful, and the steps involved to minister, work, or volunteer in the Diocese.
Our Parish is committed to providing a safe place for all the faithful. Therefore, we follow a strict policy of The Essential Three for all who minister, work or volunteer in our parish. We ask for your cooperation and support. The safety of our community depends on all of us doing our part.