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Masses for 2nd Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday

7am (English) | 10am (English)  | 1pm (Spanish)  5:30pm (English)

150-person maximum capacity. No reservations.
5:30pm Mass interpreted for the deaf

Livestreamed Masses for April 11, 2021

10am (English), Msgr. W. Ronald Jameson, celebrant
YouTube | Facebook | Program | Readings
1pm (Spanish), Fr. John Benson, celebrant
YouTube | Facebook | Programa Lecturas
La devoción de la Divina Misericordia a las 2:30 de la tarde
Divine Mercy Devotions at 2:30pm

Online Offertory options:
PayPal with debit & credit options | FaithDirect

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Happy and Blessed Eastertide!

A blessed and joyful Easter season to all our parishioners and friends, from Msgr. Jameson and all the priests, deacons and staff of St. Matthew's Cathedral! Congratulations to the sixteen people who celebrated Sacraments of Initiation and were welcomed into the Church.

  • Celebrated Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist: Matthew Eichner; Megan McArdle; Roberto Rios; and Jillian Shen
  • Received into Full Communion, celebrating Sacraments of Confirmation and First Eucharist: Gayahtu Fahnbulleh; Cory Garcell; Kirsten Gearheart; Autiyonna Johnson; Scott Leath; Elizabeth McDonough; Kyle Noyes; Sadie Sherrill; and Matt Szambelan
  • Celebrated Sacraments of Confirmation and First Eucharist: Francisco Bonilla; Alena Ramirez; and Dabie Tsai

The Catholic Standard's coverage of Easter and Holy Week 2021 includes stories on two of the newly baptized, Jillian Shen and Matthew Eichner, and on Autiyonna Johnson, who was received into Full Communion. El Pregonero, the Spanish language newspaper of the Archdiocese of Washington, also covered the Easter Vigil. 

Find more photos (courtesy of RCIA Team member Chad Stover) of the Easter Vigil on Facebook or Instagram posts that include a brief reflection by Theresa Prymuszewski, Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation. She begins, “Each newly baptized and received demonstrated tremendous poise and reverence during the Easter Vigil. For many of them, Palm Sunday Mass 2021 was the first time to be physically present in the Cathedral!" Please pray for these brothers and sisters in Christ as the continue their journeys of faith. 

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Always God's Children Meeting via Zoom

Always God's Children, the Cathedral's ministry to gay and lesbian persons and their families and friends, will host an online video chat using Zoom at 3:30pm on Sunday, April 11. To join this virtual gathering, email Eve Tushnet  or Steve Yoder for details on how to connect.  

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Organ Recital by Ronald Stolk

Join us on April 18 at 3:30pm for a Sunday afternoon recital by Ronald Stolk, free and open to the public, and livestreamed on the Cathedral YouTube channel.

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