Monday-Friday

8:30

am

Saturday

9:00

am

Saturday Vigil

4:00

pm

Sunday

 8:30

am

Sunday

10:00

am

Sunday

11:30

am

Sunday (Spanish)

1:00

pm

Sunday

6:00

pm

Holy Day Vigil

7:00

pm

Holy Day

8:30

am

Holy Day

7:00

pm

Confessions
Saturdays 3pm
And by appointment.

Baptism
Every Third Saturday 10:30am A mandatory pre-baptism parental prearation program is held third Thursday of each month at 6pm.

Bautismos
En Espanol: Los Segundo y el Cuarto Sabados del Mes a las 11:00am. Preparacion para el Bautismo el Segundo Jueves del Mes a las 8:00pm.

Marriage
By appointment with a priest.
Please make arrangements six months in advance.

Rites of Christian Initiation
If you have any questions concerning the Catholic Faith, please call the Parish Office
(954) 458-1590.

Religious Education Programs
K-1 thur High School. Two years
of religious instructions required
for Sacramental Programs.



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World Youth Day - 2016

"Go and Make Disciples of All Nations"

- Mt 28:19


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At St. Matthew Catholic Church our Pastor, James A. Quinn, along with all of the assisting Priests; Frs. Jim Nero, OFM, Julio Estada, Sergio Garcia-Miro, George Duffy and Robert Valle wish to extend to you a warm welcome. Saint Matthew Catholic Church - Hallandale Beach Florida 33009 - 954-458-1590

Whether you live in the Hallandale, Florida area, are just visiting or are of other religions persuasions, know that you are always welcome at St. Matthew.

Established on March 11, 1959, we have a long history of serving our community. Our ministries range from being deeply spiritual to strictly fun.

Join our new daily meditation program, help the homeless, play bingo or attend a social, St. Matthew will have something to offer you.

Our 1000 registered families come from diverse backgrounds, joining together in all aspects of our Parish life. Our schedule of Masses includes a Mass in Spanish.

Masses on Holy Days are offered as bi-lingual. At St. Matthew our arms are open to all and we look forward to seeing you.

We are located just one block South of East Hallandale Beach Boulevard, just behind the Publix Shopping Center.

Please feel free to browse our website for more information on our Parish, the services offered and opportunities to become involved.






 
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April 6



 
ST. MATTHEW PARISH REGISTRATION If you attend Mass here at St. Matthew, we encourage you to register with us. We have made this process very easy for you.

Just click on this link PARISH REGISTRATION FORM

Fill out the form right from your computer and print it. Please sign and drop into the Offertory Basket on Sunday or bring to the Parish Office and or if you would like you can just drop it in the mail.
 

 
 
 
 
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Eucharistic Ministers

Eucharistic Ministers Schedule April 2014

What is an Extra-Ordinary Eucharistic Ministry?

A Eucharistic Minister is a parishioner, selected by the Pastor and mandated by the Bishop, who serves, distributes, and administers the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ during the Holy Communion or Eucharist of the Church Service. In the Catholic Mass, they are referred to more accurately as "Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion" (the "ordinary" minister being the priest celebrant).

   

 
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Mary - Mother of God

Luke speaks of this girl and angel in a miraculous way. As it is revealed in this unfolding story it becomes quickly known to be one of the many signs of God’s love for us.

It is through the birth of this baby that the promise of hope for all human kind will be witness.

Let’s not fool ourselves; the birth of a child is the miracle of human life. The power of God’s presence can be witnessed in the birth of a child. When you look at a newborn baby what do you see? Could it be the power of God’s love for us?



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For more information on the Archdiocese of Miamiís Safe Environment program call Jan Rayburn, Safe Environment Coordinator at 305-762-1250.
 
ST. MATTHEW RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Barbara Woroniecki - Director of Religious Education
954-458-1590 or e-mail: barted@bellsouth.net
 
ST. MATTHEW YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Please Contact us at youngadults.stmatthew@gmail.com
 
St. Matthew Craftmakers
Meet every Monday at 10:00 am in Rose Hall. Please feel free to join this creative group.
 
BINGO Brunch Brigade
BINGO is held every Wednesday year round... doors open at 10:00am and games begin at 11:00 am. Coffee & beverages are available.
 
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed on Mondays from 7:30 to 10:00am.
 
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Meetings are held on Tuesdays at 9:30am in Parish Hall.
 
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Random Thought

How often do I reflect upon my life and see the many blessings and graces of God? Does my day go by without thanking God for them?

 

St. Matthew, one of the twelve Apostles, is the author of the first Gospel.

This has been the constant tradition of the Church and is confirmed by the Gospel itself. He was the son of Alpheus and was called to be an Apostle while sitting in the tax collectors place at Capernaum.

Before his conversion he was a publican, i.e., a tax collector by profession. He is to be identified with the "Levi" of Mark and Luke.

His apostolic activity was at first restricted to the communities of Palestine. Nothing definite is known about his later life. There is a tradition that points to Ethiopia as his field of labor; other traditions mention of Parthia and Persia. ...Read On