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Lent 2021 at the Cathedral

Find a listing of St. Matthew's Lenten liturgies and events (Holy Week and Easter schedule available shortly). We hope you will take part in many of the prayer, devotional, faith formation, social justice, and music events - a mix of in-person and online / livestreamed events. 

Masses for Sunday, February 28, 2021

2nd Sunday of Lent

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

The Cathedral opens 30 minutes before each Mass and closes immediately after each Mass. 
All Masses open to the public.
150-person maximum; no reservations 
5:30pm Mass interpreted for the deaf

Livestreamed Masses
 10am (English) 
Msgr. W. Ronald Jameson, celebrant
YouTube | Facebook | Program | Readings
1pm (Spanish)
Fr. John Benson, celebrant
YouTube | Facebook Program Readings
Online Offertory options:
PayPal with debit & credit options | FaithDirect

Parish Community Update for 1st Week of Lent

Our Parish Community Update for the 1st Week of Lent (Feb 21 - 27) has been sent. Click on this link (and send the link to a friend who might be interested) to see the update: https://conta.cc/3uprSkG If you're a registered parishioner with an active email address who is not receiving our Friday updates, please contact Ana Triaureau of our staff. Cathedral friends and visitors also can join the distribution by clicking on the "Sign Up for Email Updates" at right. Let's stay connected!

Celebrating Black History Month

St. Matthew's Social Justice Committee has celebrated Black History Month in past years in thoughtful and creative ways, often joining with our Hospitality Committee to provide time for fellowship and refreshments along with a talk, movie screening, prayer or discussion.

This year the aim is virtual education and inspiration as they profile a series of Black men and women who have been canonized or are on the path to sainthood.

Masses for Sunday, February 21, 2021

1st Sunday of Lent

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

The Cathedral opens 30 minutes before each Mass and closes immediately after each Mass. 
All Masses open to the public.
150-person maximum; no reservations 
5:30pm Mass interpreted for the deaf

Livestreamed Masses
 10am (English) 
Msgr. W. Ronald Jameson, celebrant
YouTube | Facebook | Program | Readings
1pm (Spanish)
Fr. John Benson, celebrant
YouTube | FacebookProgram Readings

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

Living Lent this Week

What will you make of Lent 2021? Let us be a part of your journey. 

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