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The Easter Triduum is the name for the three days that precede Easter Sunday. Starting with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, continuing through the Good Friday service and concluding with the start of the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday, the Easter Triduum marks the most significant events of Holy Week. See the schedule here.
Join us during this holy time of year as we celebrate the events surrounding the Passion of Jesus.
Looking for your place at St. Matthew? Check out the 2016-2017 Ministry Handbook.
There are several scholarship opportunities available. Deadlines to submit applications are in late March and April. Click here for more information and exact deadline dates.
The Columbiettes are selling delicious Butter Braids pastries as a fundraiser for their annual scholarship and supported charities.
Meet Executive Director of The Marketplace Marisa Selman on Sunday, March 12, and then join us for the March 26 Fair Trade Sale.
Your contribution to the DSA is a way to act with love for our sisters and brothers throughout the diocese and to continue the saving work begun by Jesus.
Looking for a way to use your talents to make a difference? Here are some of the current volunteer opportunities at St. Matthew.
The St. Matthew Ministry to the Charlotte Men’s Homeless Shelter provides spiritual support, clothing, nourishment, and employment and housing support to the Charlotte region’s homeless men seeking to improve their life circumstance.There are three new volunteer opportunities at the North Tryon Street location. Please consider volunteering.
Register online for classes offered in the winter and spring semester. For a complete description of all courses, see the Winter/Spring 2017.
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Please be familiar with the attached letter from Msgr. McSweeney regarding safety measures and security procedures being implemented at St. Matthew.
News coverage of St. Matthew.
Catholic News Service shares some special moments from 2014!
Notice: St. Matthew reserves the right to prosecute to the full extent of the law any person(s) who willfully engage(s) in disorderly conduct.