Based on Dr. Michael Barber ’s book: Salvation, What Every Catholic Should Know
When: Thursdays: December 5, December 12 and December 19
Time: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Where: St. Matthew Cathedral Center
Book cost: $8.00

Please join us for a 3-week study group that will begin to look at the question of salvation. Dr. Barber tackles this complex topic, unpacking what the New Testament teaches about salvation in Christ. He details what exactly salvation is and what it is not. (Due to the length and depth of the book, the group study will pick up and continue in Lent.)

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.
As we conclude this church year with the beautiful Feast of Christ the King we look back on the many good things God has done for us all in the past year. How quickly time goes by and we are ready to begin a New Church Year. The beautiful season of anticipation Advent begins next week-end.

Announcing The Cathedral of Saint Matthew Annual Thanksgiving Dinner To the Community
Thursday, November 28, 2019, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

- Cooked, sliced turkey
- Helpers to serve dinner and cleanup

Please contact Ellen Dettmer (574-272-0905) if you are able to assist with any of the above needs.
Needed: hats, gloves, mittens, scarves
Please place your clothing items in the boxes at each of the Cathedral entrances in the weeks prior to Thanksgiving Day.

Clothing items collected will be given to our Thanksgiving dinner guests.

Thank you for your generosity!
You are invited to attend a Day of Reflection at Our Lady of Angels Convent. Mishawaka (across from Marian High School) on Wednesday, December 4, from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.  The theme for the day is "Celebrate." 

An Evening of Hope & Healing for those struggling with infertility and secondary infertility will be held on Tuesday, December 3 at 7 p.m. at St. Therese, Little Flower Church in South Bend. This special gathering will focus on the Advent spirit of waiting with hope, and will feature a witness talk by Notre Dame theology professor Timothy O’Mally and his wife, Kara.