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You can now donate to the Annual Bishop’s Appeal on the diocesan website diocesefwsb.org/aba

The diocese would prefer our parishioners use the online giving which they have created and not St. Matthew Cathedral online giving.
Thank you for your support.

The missionary group named UNBOUND and father Jerry Morgan are very appreciative for the warm and generous welcome which was given to them this past weekend . Because of your generosity there are now 33 more children/aging who are now thanking God for inspiring someone to help provide some basic life necessities and helping them to begin building a path out of poverty. You -the sponsor - will be receiving a letter of thanks from your sponsor child /aging in about  2 months.

Thanks to the priests who helped out while I was away. The first week the priests of the diocese attended “Continuing Education Days” These seminars were dedicated to Young Adults and how to serve them in our parishes. It was a very good week and very enlightening. The following days were my “once a year” week vacation. I thank Father Dermot for his great assistance. He comes in October as he has for several years to give the priests a break to go on vacation. It was good to get away for a week and nice to be back.

Saint Thérèse, Little Flower Catholic Church of South Bend is seeking to hire a business manager for the parish.  This essential member of the parish staff is responsible for supporting the pastor in the stewardship of the parish's finances, facilities, and personnel.  Preferred qualities are an accounting degree and some years of experience managing financial accounts for an organization/business.  For more information, and for an application please

This week the nation celebrates the Thanksgiving Day holiday.  It is a chance for us to take time out of our busy lives to thank God for all the blessings He has provided us with in the past year, and to spend time with family friends or fellow parishioners.

“Where two or more are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

Prayer Blankets are an expression of care and concern for those challenged by a serious illness or tragedy. Blessed by a priest, they bring comfort and hope for true prayer seeks God’s will in all things; to share God’s gifts, to treasure love and forgiveness, mercy and reconciliation.

Hope in the Wilderness, Our Lenten Journey with Christ
March 18-21, 2019 - Each evening will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the church.

Volunteers needed! Please signup using this volunteer form.

All are welcome and encouraged to attend our parish Lenten Mission, March 18-21 at 7:00 pm. This mission is a particular time to come together as a parish family. Each evening will include a reflection by a passionate and engaging speaker and access to the sacraments and liturgy. There will be receptions and time for fellowship following some of the events.