Important Information

 

Important information about returning to Mass: Revised 13 September 2020

Click here for an important message from Fr. Pat about changes to the Daily Mass schedule.

The Archbishop has ended the dispensation from Mass as of September 14th; click here for an important video message from the Archbishop regarding the Sunday obligation. All those defined by the health department as more vulnerable (i.e., 60+ years  of age, those with compromised immune systems, those with underlying health conditions, those who are especially anxious about being in a large group, etc.) are encouraged to stay home at this time. Stay safe and use your best judgment while discerning whether or not attending Mass in person is right for you.   

Masses have resumed at St. Matthew, with restrictions. Our Masses are held at 4pm Saturday, and 10am on Sunday.

Beginning August 28th, Daily Masses will be held in the Little Brick Church. Mass is held at 7:45am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.   School Masses are closed to everyone except  the students and parish/school staff, until further notice.   On Fridays when there is not a school Mass, there will be a 7:45am Mass in the Little Brick Church, with the exception of First Fridays, when Mass will instead be at 6:30pm.

*3pm Confessions on Saturdays have been cancelled until further notice, and are by appointment only.  Please call the parish office to make an appointment, 414-762-4200 ext. 20.

To increase safety, and to comply with Governor Evers' executive order, the use of face coverings is required when entering the building.   If you do not have a mask, they are available as you enter the church. Hand sanitizer is also available when you enter St. Matthew.

If you feel ill or have flu-like symptoms, please stay home from Mass.

Communion will be brought to you in your pew. Please maintain social distancing during the sign of peace.

Please continue to observe current social distancing guidelines.   

Participating in Mass Remotely

Sunday Mass:
Online:
- Live-streamed at 11:00 am on stjohncathedral.org
- Recorded Mass available for viewing at anytime at heartofthenation.org.

Television
- WVTV (My 24) at 7:00 am and 9:00 am

Radio:
- Radio 920 AM (WOLF) at 9:00 am

Weekday Mass:
-Available on wordonfire.org