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All Saints is Wednesday, Nov. 1. It is a holy day of obligation.

Special All Souls Day Masses are on Thursday,
Nov. 2,  at 9 am and 7:30 pm in the church, followed by receptions in the narthex.

Three area parishes, including St. Matthew, are pleased to offer a life-changing healing service with Alan Ames. Make plans to attend the service at
St. Matthew on Monday, Nov. 6, at 7 pm in the church.

Please consider donating new or gently-used coats and blankets to ensure that those in need are warm this winter.

Interfaith Basketball League (IFBL) registration is
Oct. 1 to 28.

Full-time employment opportunity is open for an individual with a desire to work with our high school and middle school youth ministry programs.

Now registering for fall courses.

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.

Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) is fast approaching with the women’s CRHP on Oct. 13 and 14 and a men’s CRHP on Nov. 10 and 11.

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.