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Help the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program by donating old Christmas cards with religious pictures.  No Santas on surf boards please!

The children turn these pictures into beautiful art work. A drop box will be left in the Miami St. vestibule January - February.

Thank you!
The St. Matthew Meal Ministry is an initiative for our parish community to support each other by bringing dinner to those parishioners in a life transition, such as welcoming a new baby, recently losing a family member, or going through medical treatments or surgery.

Members of the Meal Ministry aspire to be the hands of Christ by delivering a homemade meal, a source of encouragement and comfort for those receiving them and a tangible reminder of the care the Church in challenging times.

Consider this opportunity to practice praying the Scriptures, or LECTIO DIVINA. Scripture passages are chosen to correspond with the liturgical year, emphasize an attribute of God, or focus on a virtue.

We follow four steps of prayer: Adoration, Contrition, Thanksgiving and Supplication, incorporating a time of faith sharing and intercessory prayer. All are welcome.

Thursdays— 9:30 – 11:00 am in the Chapel of the Cathedral Center.
The Angel Gabriel has always been a messenger of love.  His first words, "Be Not Afraid" opened the door of love to a poor unwed mother, the Mother of God.  The mission of the Gabriel Project is to assist women in need - whether rich or poor, single, married, young or older.  We offer resources to support them through the duration of their pregnancy and beyond. To receive help, call the Gabriel Project Helpline at 833.937.4968 or Ginger at 574.286.2413
Please keep us informed if you have a relative that is admitted to the local hospitals. We no longer are receiving information from the hospitals due to policy changes on their end.

Please call (574-289-5539) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) the Rectory office with details.
Dear Friends and Parishioners of Cathedral of Saint Matthew Parish,

There is a terrific way to get a large tax break and support our parish and school through donations to our diocesan SGO (“Scholarship Granting Organization”). The SGO of Northeast Indiana (www.sgonei.org) supports Saint Matthew School.

Tax Credit - The state tax credit makes an SGO contribution especially attractive to donors. In addition to the potential Federal tax deduction for charitable contributions, SGO donations are eligible for a 50% State of Indiana Tax Credit.