It is with joy that I welcome you to St. Matthew’s Dorchester & St. Angela’s Mattapan parish family web and social sites.

I warmly welcome you if you just arrived to our parish to visit family or friends, for school or for business, as a new Bostonian, or for permanent stay.

Both parishes together form an energetic multiethnic Catholic faith community where all are welcome to join us at our numerous weekday, weekend and Sunday Masses, liturgical, social and cultural parish events in English, Haitian Creole and French.  Starting September 2014, St Angela’s and St Matthew’s parishes are stepping with St Gregory’s Parish in to the Phase III of our Parishes Collaborative.

As the pastor of both parishes, I look forward to meeting you all in person at one of our daily or weekend Eucharistic celebrations, or at other parish activities or social events. Let me know.

I am Fr. William P. Joy.  You can reach me at 617-298-0080 or 617-436-3590

Located in southern Boston, St. Angela’s and St. Matthew’s are two adjacent multicultural parishes of

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St. Angela’s Mattapan

As we live out our mission as Roman Catholic Church, we want you to know that you are very welcomed and loved in Christ at St Angela Merici Parish in Boston.

Located at 1548 Blue Hill Avenue [map] in Mattapan, our schedule of Liturgy is as followed.

Sunday Masses: Saturday vigil: 4PM English + Sunday: 7AM Bi-lingual with choir, 11AM English with choir, 1:30PM Haitian French/Creole with choir.

Weekday Masses: 9AM Monday to Saturday, † also at 5:30PM only on Mondays and Fridays.

Stations of The Cross: Every Thursdays at 7PM † Also every Friday at 7PM in Haitian French and Creole.

Confessions/Reconciliation:  after weekday Masses † every Wednesday of Lent from 6:30PM until 8PM.  On Saturdays before 4PM Vigil Mass.  Or, contact Fr. Joy (Pastor, Ext 213) , Fr. Lormeus Ext 214, or Fr. Miracle Ext 217 for arrangement.

Eucharistic Adoration: Mondays and Fridays only after the 9AM Mass until 5:30PM – followed by Holy Mass.

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St Matthew’s Dorchester

Matthew, a follower of Jesus Christ – is the Patron Saint of our parish and also of accountants, bankers, bookkeepers, financial and tax professionals.  We celebrate his feast day every year on September 21.

We encourage you to browse around and to learn more in the hope that you will familiarize yourself with the people who call St Matthew’s their spiritual home. United in one faith, we labor to live the Gospel and to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to people of every walk of life. Located at 33 Stanton Street [map], our schedule of Liturgy is:

Sunday Masses: Sunday: 9:30AM English Mass with choir + 11AM Haitian French/Creole Mass with choir.

Weekday Masses: Mondays to Wednesdays only 5P Haitian Creole/French.

Stations of The Cross: Every Friday of Lent at 7PM in Haitian Creole and French. Learn more about Lent here.

Confessions/Reconciliation: Monday thru Wednesday before or after daily Haitian Creole/French Masses 

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