Christmas and New Year’s

The light of the Child Christ continues to shine forth, no matter the darkness we face. Christmas festivities continue at St. Matthew's, although in a slightly different way. See below for the many ways in which you can enter into the joy of this blessed Christmas Season.

Dec 24 - Christmas Eve: 
8PM (Vietnamese w/ English Homily)

Dec 25 - Christmas Day:

5PM (Vietnamese)


Sat 26 - St Stephen

Sunday 27 - Holy Family
5PM (Vietnamese)

Mon 28 - Holy Innocents

Tues 29
9AM (no evening Mass)

Wed 30

Thurs 31 - New Year’s Eve
5.30 PM

Jan 1 - SOLEMNITY OUR LADY (New Year’s) - Sunday Schedule
5PM (Vietnamese)

Jan 2 - Saturday
5:30 PM

Sunday Jan 3 - EPIPHANY
5PM (Vietnamese)

'Curbside Communion' is available 30min after Sunday live-streamed Masses: 5:30PM Saturday, 10:30AM, 5:00PM. 

This includes Mass on Thurs, Dec 31 5:30 PM & Fri, Jan 1 10:30AM + 5:00PM (Vietnamese)

Please remember no food or drink 1 hour before receiving the Eucharist (except medicine). Turn off music, and be sure to pull into a parking stall after you receive to make a prayerful silent act of thanksgiving.

Eucharistic Adoration will be livestreamed each night of the Christmas Octave on our YouTube channel. Every night will conclude with Benediction. All are encouraged to join through this special means of prayer.

  • Sat, Dec 26: 7:30-8:30PM
  • Sun, Dec 27: 7-8PM
  • Mon, Dec 28: 7-8PM
  • Tues, Dec 29: 7-8PM
  • Wed, Dec 30: 7-8PM
  • Thurs, Dec 31 (New Year's Eve): 10:30-11.30 PM
  • Fri, Jan 1 (New Year's): 7-8PM
  • Sat, Jan 2: 7-8PM

Adoration Booklet

The Church is open for private prayer on Christmas Day from 12pm-5pm, and on Tuesday, Dec 29 --> Thursday Dec 31 from 9:30AM-5PM.

Follow along with our weekday livestreamed Masses

Download Hymnal

If you would like to make a special, one-time Christmas offering to St. Matthew’s Parish, we wanted to make it easy for you this year by offering a safe and simple online donation form. We are incredibly grateful to you for standing by St. Matthew’s Parish and our Archdiocese this year, and we hope that this page makes this Christmas a little simpler for you.

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Dear Parishioners,

On behalf of St. Matthew’s Parish, together with Father Lucio Choi and Deacon Raffaele Salvino, I would like to wish everyone and your family a safe, healthy and Blessed Christmas Season! 

No doubt, this Christmas is not the same because of the pandemic. You cannot come to gather as a community of faith in the church to celebrate the Birth of Our Saviour, but we trust that you are gathering as a family to participate in the live-streamed Mass to celebrate Christmas at home. Please don’t forget that you could still come to church to receive Jesus in Holy Communion after the live-streamed Masses on Christmas, New Year's, and Sundays. Do come as a family to welcome Our Saviour to your heart at Christmas and every Sunday in the Eucharist!

We would like to thank all for your patience, perseverance, prayers, and generous support to our parish throughout this difficult time. In particular, we, at the rectory, are very grateful for all the Christmas cards, food, gifts that many have sent us over this holiday. 

May the Saving Lord come and stay with you all to bless everyone with the fullness of life, peace, joy, happiness and good health during this Christmas Season and throughout the New Year 2021. Looking forward to seeing you soon at church!

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Tien Tran, Fr. Lucio Choi, and Deacon Raffaele Salvino

Thank you for your incredible generosity. We were able to raise over $5,000 for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.