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Join Deacon Fred on Redeemer Radio 95.7FM, Michiana and 106.3FM, NE Indiana, Monday through Friday January 14 through January 18 for Redeemer Reflections!  Hear meditations on the daily Mass readings, airing throughout the day. 

Listen to Redeemer Reflections weekdays at midday, during drive time or anytime online at Redeemerradio.com.

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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!
Presented by Dr. Adrian Reimers

Six-Week Course - Beginning Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Saint Matthew Cathedral
Rectory Basement
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

To register or with questions please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
You and your family are invited to an ecumenical prayer service of song and story in celebration of Black History Month of Friday, February 8, at 7 p.m. at Holy Cross Parish, 1050 Wilber Street, South Bend, featuring internationally-known, Christian recording artist Amanda Vernon. She will share her original music and give the faith-filled stories behind the songs. For more info, visit amandavernon.com
As we enter the Ordinary time of the Church calendar we look back over the past few weeks in gratitude for the great gift God has bestowed on us.  It is also an opportunity for me to thank so many of you for all you did over the Seasons of Advent and Christmas.  The Giving Tree this year set a record for the number of gifts donated, our food collection was good, and many people were so generous in helping families in need.

This week we celebrate Catholic Schools. Most especially we celebrate Saint Matthew School, our faith, the traditions, the academics, and most of all the thousands of students who have gone to school here all these years. Many things have changed and yet if you go in the building you can get that feeling of just being there yesterday.  The spirit of the building and school remains the same year after year. Some of my fondest memories are of working here as a teacher in the school. The years I taught here before going to the seminary were some of the best.