News & Announcements

Blessed Stanley Rother

Fr. Jack Hurley speaks to us on Blessed Stanley Rother, who we honor on July 28. He was a missionary for several years with the indigenous in Guatamala. He was murdered on this date in 1981, during the civil strife there. In 2016, he became the first native born US citizen to be declared a martyr and beatified. He was from Oklahoma, and studied at Mount St. Mary’s in Emmitsburg, making him a fellow alumnus of Fr. Choi and Fr. Hurley!  The chapel there is now dedicated to him as a shrine.

Pro-Life Discussion Series

Last month, the University of Notre Dame hosted a virtual program for leaders in the national and international pro-life movement. You are invited to take part in a small group discussion series on the videos from this series, hosted by the Archdiocese of Washington Office of Life Issues.

Misas públicas empiezan

Mons. Jameson, Rector de la Catedral, anunció la reapertura de la Catedral de San Mateo Apóstol para liturgias públicas a partir del 28 de junio de 2020. Las misas habían sido suspendidas desde el 14 de marzo de 2020 debido a la pandemia COVID-19. Vea nuestro nuevo horario de Misa y guía para participación. ¡Esperamos celebrar la Eucaristía con nuestros feligreses y amigos de manera segura y alegre!



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