Welcome to Saint Margaret Parish

St. Margaret Parish is a Roman Catholic Parish of the Archdiocese of Boston (Massachusetts).  Established on November 21, 1945, the parish is situated about 13 miles northwest of the City of Boston.


BLESSING  OF  THROATS -- THIS  WEEKEND


In anticipation of the Feast Day of the Bishop and Martyr, St. Blaise, the customary Blessing of Throats will take place after all Masses on the weekend of February 1.  The blessing will also be offered on the Feast Day of St. Blaise itself on Tuesday, February 3, at the 6:45 am and 9:00 am daily Masses.


Saint Blaise was bishop of Sebaste in Armenia in the fourth century. Before being martyred, he is said to have healed a boy who was choking. Since the eighth century, Saint Blaise has been venerated as the patron of those who suffer from diseases of the throat. In receiving the blessing of St. Blaise, we pray in a special way for protection from afflictions of the throat and from other illnesses. This blessing is a sign of our faith in God's protection and love for us and for the sick. 



NOW ON CAMERA!
We invite you to take a look at some of the special events that have been observed in our parish over the past months.  If you're looking to see what happened at our Annual St. Margaret's Feast Day Mass & Cookout, or at the Farewell Receptions for our deacons, CLICK HERE
 

Parish News

Lenten Mission Scheduled for March 2015

Fathers Bill Neubecker and Shawn Monahan, priests of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, will present our parish's Lenten Mission scheduled for March 9-11, 2015. Watch for updates on this website and in our parish's weekly bulletin -- and plan to join us!

Pope Francis -- the One and Only!

VATICAN CITY -- Within months of his becoming the Holy Father, Pope Francis, gave a most revealing interview that provides a look inside the heart and mind of this first ever Jesuit to be chosen as Bishop of Rome and Pastor of the Universal Church. Read more

 

 

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Masses

Sunday Mass Times: 
Saturday Vigil Masses - 4:30 pm & 7:30 pm
Sunday - 7:30 am; 10:00 am; & 12:00 pm

Weekday Mass Times:
Monday through Friday - 6:45 am & 9:00 am
Saturday - 9:00 am

Holy Day Mass Times:
As announced in the parish bulletin.
 

Sacrament of Penance

Confessions: 
Saturdays from 2:30-4:00 pm
in the lower church.
 

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