News & Announcements

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!


Public Celebration of Masses Resumes

New Schedule and Guide for Participation at Mass

Msgr. Jameson, Cathedral Rector, has announced the reopening of the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle for public liturgies beginning June 28, 2020. Masses had been suspended since March 14, 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. See our new Mass schedule and guide for participating. We look forward to celebrating the Eucharist with our parishioners and friends safely and joyfully!

Prayer to End Racism - "Wake Me, Lord"

Wake me up Lord,
so that the evil of racism finds no home within me.
Keep watch over my heart Lord,
and remove from me any barriers to your grace,
that may oppress and offend my brothers and sisters.
Fill my spirit Lord,
so that I may give services of justice and peace.
Clear my mind Lord, and use it for your glory.
And finally, remind us Lord that you said,
"blessed are the peacemakers,
for they shall be called children of God."

Archbishop Gregory’s Statement on the Death of George Floyd

Read Archbishop Gregory's statement
English | Español

The Catholic Standard covers (in the article photo) Archbishop Gregory's first public Mass since the suspension of public Masses in March, and his statement on the death of George Floyd, issued May 31, 2020. "The horror of George Floyd’s death, like all acts of racism, hurts all of us in the Body of Christ since we are each made in the image and likeness of God, and deserve the dignity that comes with that existence." 


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