Saint Matthew Catholic Church

Save us, Savior of the world, for by your Cross and Resurrection you have set us free.

Mass Schedule

9:00 am
4:00 pm Vigil
8:30    am
10:00 am
11:30  am
1:00    pm Spanish
6:00   pm
8:30  am
Holy Day of Obligation
7:00  pm Vigil
8:30  am
7:00 pm

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Here at Saint Matthew Catholic Church our Pastor, James A. Quinn, along with all of the assisting Priests; Fr. Jim Nero, OFM, Fr. Julio Estada, Fr. Robert Vallee, Fr. Jairo Tellez wish to extend to you a warm welcome. 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.

2015 Archbishop’s Charity And Development Drive

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Modeling our lives after Jesus’ example of love, we are able to multiply the good in the world. Being Catholic is not just title, not something to do or a place to go; it is the essence of who we are. Jesus Christ is the common thread that binds us all our parents and grandparents, our children and grandchildren, you, me and each one of us. We embody every race and ethnicity, old and young, men and women, poor and rich. From Key West to north Broward, with more than 1.3 million in our family, we are united in Him. We are the Archdiocese of Miami.

The Archdiocese of Miami, through the Archbishop’s Charities and Development Drive (ABCD), opens the door for s all to unite as one community of believers to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.

February 1, 2015

Fourth Sunday of Ordinary

Mark 1:21-28

Then they came to Capernaum, and on the Sabbath Jesus entered the synagogue and taught. The people were astonished at his teaching, for he taught them as one having authority and not as the scribes. In their synagogue was a man with an unclean spirit; he cried out, ―What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth? Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are—the Holy One of God!‖ Jesus rebuked him and said, ―Quiet! Come out of him!‖ The unclean spirit convulsed him and with a loud cry came out of him. All were amazed and asked one another, ―What is this? A new teaching with authority. He commands even the unclean spirits and they obey him.‖ His fame spread everywhere throughout the whole region of Galilee.

Suggested readings: Catechism of the Catholic Church paragraphs 2850-54


Legacy ads are available in our Festival Program book.
Honor a loved one, offer congratulations, remember a
special event such as weddings, First Communion,
Confirmation, Graduations, special achievements, etc.

Thank you for your support!

Fr. James A. Quinn, (Pastor)

Ellen Ford, Festival (Chairman)

Festival Program Advertisement - HERE


Our parish now offers Online Giving, a web-based electronic contribution application. We are providing this service so that you, “The Parishioner” have the option to manage your contributions online or with your offering envelopes. You can choose to do a One Time Gift or a special remembrance, or you can set up regularly scheduled contributions that are withdrawn on the date you specify in the system.

It’s not only easy and convenient, most importantly, it’s Safe and Secure!

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From my point of view as an Online ‘‘ Giving user, I found it very easy to use. Father Norm Guilbert, Parochial Vicar, Holy Family Parish, Fairfield, CT

Online Giving has been the greatest gift ever to our parish. Deacon Jim Kitchens, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Fort Wayne, IN

Become a Saint Matthew BOOSTER

Be a St. Matthew Booster – This year, in conjunction with the 2015 Festival Pig & Bull Roast, we are offering you the opportunity to help our fundraising efforts by being a St. Matthew Booster.

All eyes will be on the Booster page in our Festival program listing the names of our supporters.  For just $5.00 per name, your tax deductible donation will help fund improvements to our facility, Religious Education for our children & adults, community outreach efforts and much more.

Thank you for your support!

Fr. James A. Quinn, (Pastor)

Ellen Ford, Festival (Chairman)

Become a Saint Matthew BOOSTER - HERE

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For more information on the Archdiocese of Miami’s Safe Environment program contact Jan Rayburn, Safe Environment Coordinator. 305-762-1250

Saint of the Day

January 31


John Bosco was born in Turin, Italy, on August 16, 1815. His parents were poor farmers. When John was two, his father died. John's mother struggled to keep the family together. As soon as he was old enough, John, too, worked as hard as he could to help his mother. He was intelligent and full of life. John started to think about becoming a priest. He didn't say anything to his mother because he knew they couldn't afford the seminary education. Besides, his mother needed help at home.

So John waited and prayed and hoped. Finally, a holy priest, St. Joseph Cafasso, became aware of John's desire to be a priest. Father Cafasso helped him enter the seminary. John had to work his way through school. He learned to do all kinds of trades. He was a carpenter, a shoemaker, a cook, a pastry maker and a farmer. He did many other jobs as well. He could never have guessed how much this practical experience would help others later.

John became a priest in 1841. As a priest, Don Bosco, which means Father Bosco, began his great ministry. He gathered together homeless boys and taught them trades. This way they would not have to steal or get into trouble. By 1850, there were 150 boys living at his home for boys. Don Bosco's mother was the housekeeper. At first, people did not understand what Don Bosco was trying to do. They were afraid that the boys would never really turn out well.

But Don Bosco proved that they would. "Do you want to be Don Bosco's friend?" he would ask each new boy who came to him. "You do?" he would ask happily. "Then, you must help me save your soul," he would conclude. Every night he wanted his boys to say three Hail Mary's, so that the Blessed Mother would help them keep away from sin. He also recommended that they receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion often and with love.

One of Don Bosco's boys became a saint, St. Dominic Savio. Don Bosco started his own religious order of priests and brothers. They were called the Salesians, after St. Francis de Sales. An order of Salesian sisters was started, too, with the help of St. Mary Mazzarello. Don Bosco died on January 31, 1888.

The entire city of Turin lined the streets to pay him tribute. His funeral became a joyous proclamation of thanksgiving to God for the life of this wonderful man. A young parish priest who had once met Don Bosco later became Pope Pius XI. He had the joy of declaring Don Bosco a saint in 1934.

"Education is something from the heart, and God alone is its master; we cannot succeed in anything unless God gives us the key to the hearts of these children." -St. John Bosco

Meditative Thoughts
What area of my life needs the healing of forgiveness and aceptance?


Saturday 3:00 p.m.
also by appointment
(Third) Saturdays 10:00 am
En Espanol: Los Segundo y el Cuarto Sabados del Mes a las 10:30 am
By appointment with a priest. Please make
arrangements six months
in advance.

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World Youth Day

Dora Salzburg 2014

Open Me Eyes of Heart, Lord!

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