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Please know that during the COVID-19 pandemic, we should expect and understand that out parish's liturgical life will be affected. Effective immediately, Bishop Crosby has ordered the implementation of provisions to ensure our safety:

  • All public celebrations of the Eucharist (Mass) are suspended.
  • Funeral Masses are not permitted. The Rite of Committal may be celebrated graveside in the presence of immediately family members only. Funeral Masses may be celebrated at a later date, once the crisis has abated.
  • Baptism may only be celebrated privately, in the presence of immediately family members only (No other guests are permitted).
  • Marriages may be celebrated in the presence of immediatley family members only (No other guests are permitted). Couples are excused from the obligation to participate in a Marriage Preparation course prior to the celebration of thier marriage.
  • All parish meetings and events are cancelled.

As the effects of this crisis remain fluid, please persevere in prayer for yourselves, for one another, and for the whole world.


We are a young, growing, and vibrant parish community serving our corner of Oakville. Look through our news posts below to see what is happening.


2019 Parish Tax Receipts Mailed

Please be advised that all remaining 2019 St. Matthew Parish tax receipts have been mailed to parishioners homes.

Over the course of the past few years, the parish has allowed for in-person pickup of charitable giving receipts. This has facilitated a reduction in both the ecological and...

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All 2020 First Communions Postponed

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone all celebrations of First Communion.

At our parish, these celebrations are large, and would present an undue risk both to those in attendance and their families and to the public health. In the...

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New Social Media Accounts

To stay connected in these difficult times, the parish has redoubled its efforts to be present on social media.

Check out our Facebook page, our Youtube channel and our Twitter feed for up-to-date information about the parish's response to the COVID-19 crisis. Beginning Sunday (March 22...

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