We’re Still Here
VIGIL MASS in Church Saturday at 5:00 pm
OUTDOOR MASS Sunday at 9:30 am
Some ministries have resumed and we are adjusting to virtual meetings.
Welcome to the latest issue of The Matthian.
A nod to the founding members of the parish community, utilizing a new way to communicate and stay in touch.
Scripture Reflection – 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Last Sunday, a trick question was posed to Jesus–is it right to give to Caesar? Jesus used that question to teach us something vitally important about the spiritual life. In today’s Gospel, he does the same. What is the greatest commandment in the Law? There were, after all, a lot of laws in ancient times, 613 of them. If you were living at the time of Jesus, you might wonder how you keep them all straight or keep them at all. Click here to read more.
Subscribe to the St. Matthias Bulletin
Due to the restrictions in place because of the global pandemic, all worship aids were removed from Church except the weekly bulletin. This now contains the readings for Sunday Mass, prayer requests and Mass Intentions. You can receive this resource to your email inbox by subscribing or at Mass. Subscribe to the bulletin by clicking here https://ebulletins.
Masses of Remembrance
The St. Matthias Community along with The Family Support Group Invite parishioners to submit the names of friends and relatives who have passed from this life into the next since Nov 1, 2019.
Loved ones will be honored at our annual Masses in Remembrance. Masses will be offered October 31st at 5:00 p.m. and November 1st at 9:30 a.m. Both Masses will be celebrated inside the Church.
We remember those who have left this life and recognize that they are now in the Communion of Saints.
Please choose the Mass most convenient for you and your family and let us know if you will be attending.
We are also preparing a video remembrance to be shown at the masses. To include your loved one, please email or send a photo and the dates of their birth and death to Lisa Bamford in our Office before October 20th.
Welcome to the Table of the Lord!
Two children received their First Holy Communion at this mornings 9:30 am Mass. We welcomed Luke & Erin Sweeney to the table of the Lord this morning.
Eight Catholic dioceses united by a common goal: To embark on a journey in Christ with family, friends, and colleagues to proclaim His message of hope and His desire to heal and renew us for mission. Travel with your hosts from Nevada, California, and Hawaii to explore transformative new ideas, deepen in knowledge of the Catholic faith, and share our diverse gifts with each other and our communities as brothers and sisters in Christ.
November 12-14, 2020
Visit www.HopeHealRenew.org for more information and to register.
Saturday 5:00 pm Mass is live-streamed to our YouTube channel “Live Streams from St. Matthias in Redwood City.” We will no longer be live-streaming the outdoor Mass. Please subscribe to the channel for easier access.
St. Charles will offer one Mass per weekend, Sunday 8:30 am outdoors in the parking lot between the Parish Center and Church. Folks are invited to bring their own chairs. This Mass will also be live streamed to St. Charles’ Facebook page.
If you miss the live stream, videos of each weekend Mass are available on YouTube and Facebook and our parish website, www.stmatthiasparish.org.
UPDATE: YouTube no longer supports email notifications to subscribers. Please click here to read updated instructions.