Holy Week 2018


Please join us in prayer this Holy Week, as St. Margaret Mary Parish celebrates the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Palm Sunday Weekend

  • Saturday, March 24

    • 5:00 PM Mass
  • Sunday, March 25

    • 8:00 AM Mass
    • 10:00 AM Mass
    • 12:00 PM Mass

Learn more here about our parish celebration of the Triduum

Holy Thursday

  • March 29

    • 7:30 PM Mass of the Lord's Supper
    • 9:00 PM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
    • 11:45 PM Night Prayer

Good Friday

  • March 30

    • 8:15 AM Morning Prayer
    • 3:00 PM Celebration of the Passion of the Lord
    • 7:30 PM Veneration of the Cross

Holy Saturday

  • March 31

    • 8:15 AM Morning Prayer
    • 3:00 PM Blessing of Easter Food Baskets
    • 8:00 PM Easter Vigil Mass followed by reception

Easter Sunday

  • April 1

    • 8:00 AM Mass
    • 10:00 AM Mass
    • 12:00 PM Mass

Lent 2018

Hearts on Fire

This Lent: Encounter Jesus and Embrace His Kingdom

St. Margaret Mary joins with the whole Church in celebrating the Lenten Season. We invite you to participate in the traditional Lenten practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Please join in our parish's various activities to aid us in our Lenten journey, as we prepare to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Please see our Lent 2018 Calendar, which lists our many parish events during Lent.

Please also see our parish Lenten Practices, which offers many ideas to participate further in our journey together.

Knights of Columbus — Thursday, March 22

Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus

Membership Open House

Thursday, March 22
7:00 PM in the Upper Room

Join Grand Knight Michael Maziarek and the member Knights of the St. Margaret Mary Parish Knights of Columbus to:

  • Learn about the numerous ways in which the Knights change lives and save lives.
  • Learn about how you can be part of the worldwide impact of Knights of Columbus members.
  • Discover what the Knights offer you to realize in your life and additional dimension of being a practicing Catholic man.
  • Work with a group of men dedicated to serving our Church, Parish, and Community.
  • Learn about the great award-winning accomplishments of our Council in its first three years of existence and the many valuable fraternal benefits that come from membership.
Hope you can join us for dinner and an evening of information and fellowship.

Please text or call our Membership Director Bob Presnak (312-543-2735), or Grand Knight Michael Maziarek (630-201-8400) to reserve your spot to join us on this informative evening.

RCIA Reception following the Easter Vigil — Saturday, March 31

Max Leictman
You are invited...
to celebrate with Max Leictman
his full initiation
into the Roman Catholic Community
Saturday, the thirty-first of March
at eight o'clock in the evening
Reception following Mass in the Upper Room

Read more: Max shares about his faith journey

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire!

Come Encounter Jesus

Embrace His Kingdom

Parish Theme and Calling 2015-17

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St. Margaret Mary Parish Mission Statement

As a worshipping Roman Catholic parish family we are guided by a collegial partnership of laity, pastor, and ministerial staff. Together we seek to foster spiritual growth through the active practice of Christianity. By the sharing of our God-given talents and resources with all God's people we strive for peace and justice as the "Parish with Heart."

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