Parish Penance Service, Thursday, April 10, at 7:00 pm in church. 
Extra priests available.


Holy Week Schedule

April 17, 2014 Holy Thursday

Individual Confessions from 7-9am
Morning Prayer at 8:45am
Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7pm
Night Prayer (Compline) follows 30 minutes after Mass
Adoration until 12 Midnight

April 18, 2014  Good Friday

Morning Prayer at 8:45am
7 Last Words of Christ at 12 Noon
Individual Confessions from 3-5pm
Stations of the Cross at 3pm in the Church (English)
Via Crisis (Living Stations of the Cross) at 3pm starting in the Gym (Spanish)
Passion of the Lord at 7pm  Church (English)  Gym (Spanish)


April 19, 2014  Holy Saturday

Morning Prayer at 8:45am
Blessing of Food Baskets at 11am
Individual Confessions from 12-3pm
Solemn Easter Vigil at 8pm


April 20, 2014  Easter Sunday

Mass - 8am, 10am, 12noon & 1:30 in Spanish


Welcome to St. Matthew Parish!


The parish is the place where Jesus touches our lives through the sacraments, especially through the Eucharist which we receive weekly, while some receive daily. Jesus is the center of our life and in the Sacraments of Eucharist and Reconciliation we meet the loving and forgiving God. 

As you will see, our parish is involved with the activities of many people and we try to share the responsibility of stewardship by committing our time, talents and treasure.  Please consider one or two areas of service in which you will be able to serve.  In this way, you will be serving the Church and making this parish your own.  Remember the familiar saying, "Many hands make light work."

Thank you for visiting our parish and I hope you have many years as a member of our special community.


Sincerely in Christ,

The parish community of St. Matthew



Our Mission

St. Matthew Mission Statement:     We, the members of the St. Matthew Parish community being many parts but one sacramental body, are sent by the love of God to make Christ present in the world. 

Declaración de la Misión de la Parroquia San Mateo:      Nosotros, los miembros de la comunidad parroquial de San Mateo, siendo muchas partes, pero un solo cuerpo sacramental, somos enviados por el amor de Dios para hacer presente a Cristo en el mundo.