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Weekday Masses

Weekend Masses

  • Saturday: 9:00 am (English)
  • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm (English)
  • Sunday: 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 am, 6:00 pm (English)
    1:00 pm (Español)
    * 6:00pm (postponed until further notice)


  • Saturday: 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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In 2020, we heard plenty of voices speaking out and sharing their opinions, but many of those words were not comforting or hope-filled. Sometimes, it was hard to know which expert or "instant expert" to listen to, and it is still difficult to hope as we struggle to regain our balance as a nation and as a Church.

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En 2020, escuchamos muchas voces que hablaban y compartian sus opiniones, pero muchas de esas palabras no eran reconfortantes ni llenas de esperanza. A veces, era dificilsaber que expert o "expert instantaneo" excuchar, y todavia es dificil de esperar mientras luchamos por recuperar el equilibrio como nacion y como Iglesia.

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In times of great difficulties scoffers taunt us, "Where is God? Why hasn't your Lord come to save you now?"

And we of faith respond much in the same way as Peter did in today's second reading: the "delay" of the Lord's second coming is not any type of punishment or failure to keep the divine promise, but a loving sign of God's patience. God is giving everyone the chance to seek repentance.

God does not make life more difficult. Rather, God lessens our burdens as once before for the Jewish exiles returning home to Judea after captivity in Babylon. It was God who personally led them, making a "straight highway" for them across the desert.

We join with our ancestors of faith, who hoped that they might see God's Chosen One before them and who eventually realized that the Lord was also walking with them side by side.

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En tiempos de grandes dificultades los burlones se mofan diciendo: "¿Dónde está Dios? ¿Por qué no viene tu Dios a salvarte ahora?".

Y nosotros, gente de fe, respondemos casi igual como lo hizo Pedro en la segunda lectura de hoy: la "tardanza" de la segunda venida del Señor no es ningún tipo de castigo ni un fallo en la promesa divina, sino un signo de amor de la paciencia de Dios. Dios está dando a todo el mundo la oportunidad de buscar el arrepentimiento.

Dios no hace la vida más difícil. Más bien, una vez más disminuye la carga para los judíos exiliados que regresan a su país después del cautiverio en Babilonia. Fue Dios quien personalmente los guió, preparándoles una "calzada recta" para ellos a través del desierto.

Nos unimos a nuestros antepasados en la fe, que esperaban poder ver al Escogido de Dios delante de ellos y que finalmente se dieron cuenta de que el Señor también caminaba a su lado.

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In the season of Advent, we look to the coming of Christ at the end of time, and we prepare ourselves to celebrate his first coming among us at Christmas. Remembrance of the past is combined with preparation for the future. Memory meets action.

In a certain sense, the Mass is an Advent prayer. At the Last Supper, Jesus did not tell his disciples, “Never forget what I did for you.” Instead, he said, “Do this in remembrance of me.” He calls us to remember by doing, to combine memory with action.

In the celebration of the Eucharist, remembering and doing become one. Jesus is as present in our midst as he was in that upper room, breaking the bread and sharing the cup; but it is a new kind of presence, seen only with the eyes of faith.

In the heavenly liturgy, there will be no need of sacraments, for there, “celebration is wholly communion and feast” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1136). Here, things are different. We have only glimpses and flashes of the beauty that is yet to be. And yet, in the liturgy, we truly participate in the heavenly liturgy. The Mass is our foretaste of the joys of heaven.

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The Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
A holy day of obligation.

Tuesday, December 8, 2020.

Mass Times:

  • 8:30am in English
  • 7:00pm in Spanish
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La fiesta de la Inmaculada Concepción de la Santísima Virgen María
Un día santo de obligación.

Martes, 8 de Diciembre de 2020.

Tiempos de misa:

  • 8:30am en Ingles
  • 7:00pm en Espanol
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St Matthew's parishioners' generosity and helpfulness were exemplified once again through our very successful blood drive on Sunday, November 22nd.

TOTAL: 27 pints benefiting 81 patients.

Because One Blood's recent drives have been yielding only about 5-6 pints of blood, the success at St Matthew's was greatly appreciated. God's abundant blessings upon all those whose service to others was reflected in their desire to donate blood.

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Gracias a todos los que donaron a la donación de sangre la semana pasada. Dios te bendiga. Gracias también a Judy Cornille por coordinar este evento que salvó vidas.

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Special Collection on December 12th and 13th.

In good times and bad, senior Catholic sisters, brothers, and religious order priests have dedicated themselves to service and acts of mercy.

Today, they pray for an aching world. Yet years of serving for little or no pay have left their religious communities without enough retirement savings. Your gift to the Retirement Fund for Religious helps provide medications, nursing care and other necessities.

Please be generous. Please give to those who have given a lifetime!

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Thanksgiving has come and gone, we gave out boxes of food and frozen turkeys to 134 families, more families than ever before. Thanks be to God, and as always, our thanks to the Hallandale Beach Police for their donation of 100 turkeys, and to all our parishioners and our other generous donors. Now we are preparing for the food for the 18th which will be the date for giving the food for Christmas to our families.

For those who wish to contribute to the Christmas effort you can donate online as described below, or bring to the church the following items: 1 or 2 lb. bags of rice, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, pasta, soups, gravy, canned fruit, Chef Boyardee canned meals, cookies, children’s snacks, puddings and juices.

May God send you special graces for the coming Advent season and a Merry Christmas to all.

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El Día de Acción de Gracias ya pasó, entregamos cajas de comida y pavos congelados a 134 familias, más familias que nunca. Gracias a Dios, y como siempre, nuestro agradecimiento a la policía de Hallandale Beach por su donación de 100 pavos y a todos nuestros feligreses y nuestros otros generosos donantes. Ahora nos estamos preparando la comida para el día 12/18, que será la fecha para entregar la comida a nuestras familias para la Navidad.

Para aquellos que deseen contribuir al esfuerzo navideño pueden donar en línea como se describe a continuación, o llevar a la iglesia los siguientes artículos: bolsas de arroz de 1 o 2 libras, mantequilla de maní, mermeladas, carnes enlatadas, pasta, sopas, fruta enlatada, comidas enlatadas tipo Chef Boyardee, galletas (de sal), pudines y jugos y snacks para niños.

Que Dios les envíe bendiciones especiales para la próxima temporada de Adviento y una Feliz Navidad a todos.

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