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The 2017 Christmas Schedule
Children will especially appreciate our 4 pm and 6 pm Christmas Eve Masses. Also, please note that incense is used at the Midnight Mass.

With snow in the forecast, please click here to see our Severe Weather Emergency Policy.

As we prepare for the coming of Christ at Christmas, we want to be ready to receive His love and mercy. One way to ready ourselves for His coming is to receive the sacrament of reconciliation.

Please remember that the vigil Mass at the Waxhaw campus (only) changes to 5 pm beginning on Saturday, Dec. 2.

Singing for Christmas - what a great way, as a family or individual, to welcome the baby Jesus! The only requirement is to arrive 30 minutes prior to Mass in order to go over the Christmas carols and parts of Mass.

Join Father Pat Hoare and Father Pat Cahill as they journey in the footsteps of St. Paul and the apostles.

We are now registering for winter and spring courses.

The next Strengths Quest for Teens is Sunday, Jan. 21, from 2 to 5 pm.

Our next Seeking Purpose Retreat is Saturday, Jan.27, from 8 am to 4:30 pm.

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.

Take a free class online.

The anonymous donor of the $250,000 donation explained the reasoning behind setting up this endowment: “Under Monsignor McSweeney, St. Matthew World Hunger Drive has served the poor internationally and locally since beginning 14 years ago. The endowment will ensure the Monsignor McSweeney World Hunger Drive continues on as St. Matthew parishioners put into practice, ‘An Attitude of Gratitude.’?”

Read Tim Funk’s article on St. Matthew Catholic Church.

Looking for a way to use your talents to make a difference? Here are some of the current volunteer opportunities at St. Matthew.

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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.