Fr. Jack Hurley speaks on Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, whose feast we celebrate today.
Are you a Catholic adult desiring to complete your Sacraments of Initiation by receiving Confirmation and/or First Eucharist? Contact Theresa Prymuszewski, Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation, for a welcome interview.
The Cathedral Parish of St. Matthew the Apostle celebrates with you as you plan for your child’s baptism! Our new online baptism preparation, Baptism MATTERS, can be completed online, at your own pace, by parents and godparents. Find out more about scheduling a baptism and signing up for online preparation.
Fr. Jack Hurley speaks on St. Matthew on this, his feast day celebrated by the universal Church.
Join the Catholic Business Network of Washington, DC (CBN-D.C.) for their Seventh Annual Gala on Wednesday, October 28, 2020! This year's gala will be a virtual event. Help them make 2020 a stellar year for advancing Catholic Education!
We are so pleased once again to give our parishioners and the greater Washington, DC community the opportunity to hear marvelous music in a concert setting.The Fall 2020 portion of the newly resumed Cathedral Great Organ Concert Series begins with a recital by organist Colin MacKnight on Wednesday, September 30 at 12:40pm, open to the public and livestreamed from the Cathedral on our YouTube Channel. Come, bring a friend, and enjoy this 40-minute program in person, or watch live or later. An all-Liszt concert for organ and piano follows at 3pm on Sunday, October 25..
In July 2020 the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization issued the Directory for Catechesis. Find out more about this important tool in our ongoing parish faith formation process.
Fr. Jack Hurley speaks on the feast of St. Peter Claver. St. Peter's ministry to African slaves brought forcibly to the New World (present day Colombia) earned him the title “Saint of the Slaves." Fittingly, his feast day has been set aside as a special day of prayer and fasting for racial justice.