Mass and Reconciliation


Mass times are Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., and noon to allow for sanitizing after each Mass. Notes: 10 a.m. Mass usually includes signing for the deaf. Mass dispensation continues until further notice.
Mass Attendance Guidelines: Please do not congregate in the narthex. Please wear masks. Please do not sit in blocked pews. Please do not sit in seats marked with blue tape. Please keep social distance of 6 feet at all times, when entering church, during Communion, when leaving church.

We will continue to live-stream Sunday Mass at 10 a.m. CLICK HERE for LIVE-STREAMED SUNDAY MASS at 10 AM from St. Matthew Church.

Weekday Mass: Mass on Tuesday/Thursday at 9 a.m. and on Wednesday/Friday at 8 a.m. Please wear masks and bring hand sanitizer.

UPCOMING EXCEPTION: On Friday, Nov. 6, we will celebrate public Mass at 9 a.m. instead of 8 a.m.

Watch live-streamed weekday Mass Tuesday-Friday at 9 a.m.

Reconciliation is held in the Daily Mass Chapel every Saturday from 4 until 4:30 p.m. The church opens at 3 p.m. to allow for private prayer, meditation, and preparation for the Sacrament. Please wear masks and bring hand sanitizer.

We Need Your Support More Than Ever. Please Donate Now.

Although we are now celebrating public Masses, due to ongoing precautions, collections during Mass will not be taken up. Parishioners attending Mass are asked to place contributions in the designated basket located in the narthex. To those not attending Mass, your continued mail-in and online support is greatly appreciated! We do not have large cash reserves, so your Sunday contributions are more important than ever. Click to donate via Faith Direct, our safe, online giving site. Or, you can donate easily via the Archdiocese website; please be sure to choose St. Matthew the Apostle for your parish gift. Or mail a check to St. Matthew Parish, 4100 E. 56th St., Indianapolis IN 46220. Help us to be here both during this crisis and beyond. Thank you for your kind generosity.

Father Nick Dant,
Saint Matthew Pastor

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