Classes will be offered for all members of the Saint Matthew community to be certified in CPR and using the AED. These classes are great for anyone who wants initial certification in CPR/AED (no previous experience required) or who needs certification or recertification in CPR/AED for child/adult.
May 4 is our last Sunday Morning Family Faith Formation for the season. Thank you to our catechists who have given so generously of their time and their love of the Lord and taught our children with creative, faith-filled lessons: Karrie Pacheco, Michelle Gates, Anna Rhodes, Hilary Steinhardt, Jill Dempsey, Deena Keasey, Pat Witt, Holly McMasters, Anne Knudsen, Stephanie Foster, Jenn Hoffman, Aaron Rarick, Tom Dempsey, Kevin McNulty, and Tiffanie Ditlevson.
Please join us at Sample Saint Matthew on May 3 and 4 as we celebrate everyone’s right to have a birthday, from birth to natural death. We’ll have ballots for you to vote on a name for our spiritually adopted pre-born baby!
Here is our schedule of services and Masses beginning Holy Thursday through Easter Sunday: Holy Thursday, 7 p.m. Mass followed by Adoration. Good Friday, 10 a.m. Living Stations of the Cross (by Saint Matthew School students); 3 p.m. service; 7 p.m. service. Holy Saturday, 8 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass. Easter Sunday, 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. Easter Mass.
Our last Lenten mini-mission is Journey to the Cross on Palm Sunday, April 13, and Monday, April 14. Join us anytime between 6 and 8 p.m. for Journey to the Cross in the Parish Life Center, 4th floor. This self-guided experience takes you on the path that Jesus walked during his last days on earth. Experience Holy Week in a Unique, Reflective Way!
Find out what we LOVE about our school… and why you’ll love it, too! Saint Matthew Catholic School cordially invites you to OPEN HOUSE! COME SEE US IN ACTION! TAKE A TOUR! Tuesday, April 22, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
To have a Mass offered for someone, living or deceased, please stop by the parish office or call (317) 257-4297. Mass offering is $10.
Saint Matthew Catholic Parish is an enthusiastic, welcoming, and dedicated community called to oneness and growth in personal holiness through the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. We are sent forth by the Word of God to bring others to Christ through our prayer and acts of charity. We strive to share our Roman Catholic faith, enjoy fellowship as a parish family, educate, serve others, and be good stewards of the many resources given to us by God.