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Lenten Mass & Confession Schedule (in Church)

Daily Masses (Note: *Monday Novena Mass Time Changed to 6pm during Lent.)
Monday-Friday: 8am; 12:10pm
Monday Novena (Miraculous Medal): 6pm

Confessions during Lent
Saturday: 3:15pm-4pm
Sunday: 4:15pm-5pm
First Tuesday of the month: 7pm-8pm
Reconciliation Monday of Holy Week, March 26: 3pm-9pm

Stations of the Cross
Friday: 7pm

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion,  March 25 
(Palms will be distributed at all Masses)
Saturday: 4:00PM

Sunday: 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12NOON & 5:00PM

Daily Masses during Holy Week
Monday: 8:00AM,  12:10PM, (No 6pm Novena)
8:00AM & 12:10PM
  8:00AM & 12:10PM

Monday, March 26 – Reconciliation Monday
3pm-9PM (6 hours)

Wednesday, March 28 –  Chrism Mass at St. Augustine Cathedral

Holy Thursday, March 29
No Morning Mass
7:30PM – Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper
9PM-Midnight – Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel 

Good Friday of the Passion  of the Lord, March 30
12Noon – Outdoor Stations of the Cross
3:00PM – Solemn Liturgy with Holy Communion
7:30PM – Solemn Liturgy with Holy Communion

Holy Saturday Easter Vigil, March 31
2PM – Blessing of Food in Church
7:30PM – The Easter Vigil Mass  

The Resurrection of the Lord
6AM Sunrise Mass at the Grotto
7:30AM; 9AM; 10:30AM; 12Noon Masses (no 5pm Mass)

12:10PM Mass Only. The Parish Office will be closed.

Teen Transcribed Bible
Click here for information about the history-making Teen Transcribed Bible.
Please register here by April 2nd to be a part of this amazing project!


Proposed Parish Recreation & Activity Center
 Msgr. Walter recently shared his vision for the proposed Recreation Center & Enhancements to the Church, Chapel & Parish Center and answered questions from Parishioners at a well-attended Town Hall Meeting. 

Keep up-to-date with the latest Parish News, March 11, 2018

Stay connected with our Parish News, March 4, 2018.

Stay connected with our Parish NEWS, February 25, 2015

Here’s the latest NEWS from St. Matthew Church, February 18, 2018.




Parish Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm;
Friday 9am-1pm.

Protecting God’s Children
All Parish Volunteers over the age of 18 are required by the Diocese to have a background check and complete the training program BEFORE THEY CAN VOLUNTEER.
You will need to REGISTER ONLINE BEFORE taking a one-time Safe Environments Training Class. 

Questions or need assistance? Contact Erma Moore, our Virtus Coordinator:


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Recreation Center & Enhancements to the Church, Chapel & Parish
Exciting Times on the Horizon at St. Matthew!! Msgr. Walter will hold a Town Hall Meeting to share his vision and answer your questions about St. Matthew proposed Recreation Center & Enhancements to the Church, Chapel & Parish Center  on Sunday, Feb. 25 at 1PM in the Great Room. Come One, Come All!


Keep up with our latest Feb. 11, 2018  NEWS, including our Ash Wednesday Bus Schedule.

Our February 4, 2018 NEWS, including Lenten Opportunities and additional Mass & Reconciliation times (p,5).

Our January 28, 2018 ST. MATTHEW NEWS…


Keep current with St. Matthew NEWS: January 21, 2018

ST. MATTHEW NEWS: January 14, 2018


Helping Our Neighbors

From Msgr. Walter… To anyone who was displaced by the massive fire on Richards Avenue, you have a welcome home at St. Matthew. Whatever you need, call us. 203-838-3788, ext. 101. If you know someone in need, please let them know we’re here to help ease their burden. Want to help those effected by the devastating fire? Contact me. You and I will work together. Because that’s what the Church does.
In His Love,
Msgr. Walter

Memorializing a Loved One


Consider donating the Sanctuary flowers in honor of someone you love.  The Offering is $150.00.  Your loved one’s name will appear in the bulletin during the week of the gift.Candle

Consider lighting the Sanctuary Candle in Memory of your loved one.  The candle will burn for one week near the Tabernacle.  Our beeswax Sanctuary Candle burns 24/7.  The Offering for the candle is $25.00.  Your loved one’s name will appear in the bulletin during the week of the gift.


Annual Parish Picnic, Sunday, Sept. 24 1-5PM

Stop by your Community of Faith for Fellowship, Food & Fun! Pony Rides…Train Rides for the Whole Family…Extra-large Obstacle Course…Bouncy-Bouncy for Kids…Face painting…Horseshoes, Bocce, Volleyball..Great Food and more…

Texas Relief Update


“Thank you for the privilege of bringing your donations to Texas. As God has loved us so much, we have that same love for each other…” Msgr. Walter
The 3rd Relief Truck left Tuesday night for Our Lady of Guadalupe in Rosenberg, driven by John & Parker Riccardi. We have collected monetary donations of $40,425 – just terrific!! On behalf of the people of Our Lady of Guadalupe, thank you for your generosity. They are thrilled. Our plan is to send down a weekend crew of people for “Repair & Construction” in October.  If a need arises, we may run another truck. Watch the bulletin and website for further details. We’ll keep you updated on their needs!

                            In His Love,

                    Msgr. Walter

Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me. Matthew 25:40


Texas Relief – Update & Donation Link

  Tuesday, Sept. 5th Update: Join us at our 8AM Daily Masses in the Chapel, where we will be remembering in a special way Msgr. Walter, Mark Betz, who is driving the second truck to Texas, and the people of Texas.

St. Matthew Church will remain open for donations from 8am-8pm each day through Sunday, September 10th. Most needed items: Cleaning SuppliesClorox, Masks &  Gloves; and Personal Hygeine products. They’re not able to accept any clothes donations or over-the-counter medicinals at this time – maybe at some point down the road.

Truck One left Monday, Sept. 4th with Msgr. Walter driving. As of Tuesday night, he’s in Chattanooga, TN. “I’m heading down the road with a filled cabin – filled with God’s goodness and the magnificent Community of His great people. I’m taking your love, your prayers, and your offerings. This is what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.” Truck Two left Tuesday morning, Sept. 5th with Mark Betz driving. As of Tuesday night, he’s in North Carolina.

For online tax-deductible donations for Texas Relief you can use this link: Al’

  • Select DONATE
  • When you come to the donation page – Select “Donation Option Categories” – drop down
  • Select St. Matthew Church – Hurricane Relief Fund
  • Make your tax deductible donation
100% of the funds donated will help St. Matthew Church provide for the desperate needs of the children and families in Texas.

For cash or check tax-deductible donations: envelopes are available in the Church office. Make checks payable to St. Matthew Church (in memo field write TEXAS RELIEF).

Thank you, all, for your goodness…for your generosity.
In Christ,

Msgr. Walter

St. Matthew Church is Texas-Bound with Supplies

From Msgr. Walter, Pastor: St. Matthew Church is Texas-bound, bringing Prayers, Love & Supplies for our sisters and brothers. I’ll be heading out next Tuesday to Our Lady of Guadalupe, our adopted Parish in Rosenberg, Texas. Fr. Lee Flores is the Pastor. Their Church has lost everything – it’s near a river (Brazos River) and under 5′ of water.
So let’s load up trucks this weekend, just like we did a few years ago for our friends on Long Island during Hurricane Sandy. NEEDED: Non-perishables, bottled water, soap, shampoo, razors, Clorox, paper towels, toilet paper. The trucks will be in front of our church this weekend at 216 Scribner Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. Come with supplies on your way to Mass.” Saturday Mass: 4pm; Sunday Masses: 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, 12Noon, 5pm.
“May God, the Lord of mercy and compassion, protect all who are still in danger, and bring to safety those who are missing…” USCCB

Labor Day Mass

Labor Day Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 am on Monday, September 4th – please join us! There will be no regular 6:30PM Novena Mass because of the holiday. Our Parish Office will be closed Monday.

Steve Angrisano Free Concert!

“Go Make a Difference” – An Evening With Steve Angrisano at St. Matthew Church!
Sunday, October 15 at 7PM
“Watching Steve share the Good News of Jesus Christ through story and song is a gift to me and our Church. He is an authentic person of faith. I particularly appreciate the way he can reach audiences of all ages.” Most Reverend Frank Caggiano, Bishop of Bridgeport.”Go Make a Difference” is a not-to-be-missed night! For tickets, please contact Val Wyman, Director of Music, at 203-838-3788, ext.109.

Prayers for Peace

We join our prayers with the Holy Father in praying for all the victims of the attacks of the past days. May violence, bigotry and racism no longer find room in the world to exist. We pray for peace in the world, for all of the leaders in the world, and for our Military and their families during the unsettling times with North Korea.

Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Tuesday, August 15th

Holy Day of Obligation
Mass Times: 8am; 12:10pm; 4pm; 7:30pm

All-powerful and ever-living God: You raised the sinless Virgin Mary, mother of your Son, body and soul, to the
glory of heaven. May we see heaven as our final goal and come to share her glory. Amen.