St. Matthew’s is a people called into community by Christ in the Eucharistic liturgy. United in our Catholic faith, we seek to love one another as Christ has loved us (Jn13:34), through service, teaching, witness and sacrifice.

Office Hours

St. Matthew's Parish Offices

900 Butler Spaeth Rd.
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Office Hours: Monday -Thursday, 8 am - 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 3 pm

*The office is closed daily from 9—9:45 am so staff may attend Mass and pray for everyone’s intentions!
**The offices closes Tuesday 10-11am for Parish Staff Meeting.

Phone: (307) 682-3319

Prayer Line Requests: (call one)
Mary Heins 682-0567 or
Lisa Barthel 689-2853

Mass Times

General Protocols (WY State Department of Health and the Diocese of Cheyenne) for all sacraments and gatherings:

 If you are sick, symptomatic or have been exposed to COVID-19, stay home. When you are sick, there is NO sin in missing Sunday Mass.

LITURGY SCHEDULE

Masses:
1st Saturday Benediction/Mass: 8:45 am (FLC Adoration Chapel-Gillette)

Saturday: 5:00 pm (Gillette)
Sunday: 7:30 am (Hulett)
9:00 am (Gillette)
10:00 am (Moorcroft)
11:00 am (Gillette) 
4:30 pm (Wright)
5:00 pm Spanish Language (Gillette)
Monday: 9:00 am (Gillette)
Tuesday: 9:00 am, 5:15 pm (Gillette)
Wednesday: 9:00 am (Gillette)
Thursday: 9:00 am (Gillette)
Friday: 9:00 am (Gillette)

CONFESSIONS
Monday: 5-5:30 pm (Gillette)
Saturday; 3-4:30 pm (Gillette)
1st Sunday of the Month: 4-4:30 pm Spanish language (Gillette)

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BISHOP STEVEN BIEGLER

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PLEASE CLICK ON THE HIGHLIGHTED VERSIONS TO READ THE STATEMENT BY BISHOP STEVEN REGARDING POPE FRANCIS' COMMENTS ON CIVIL UNIONS.

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Prayer for Peace in the Holy Land

Lord God, merciful and strong,

who crush wars and cast down the proud,

who extend mercy and tenderness to all,

we pray to you for the Holy Land, for the people of Israel and Palestine

who are under the grip of unprecedented violence,

for the victims, especially the children and their families.

Be pleased to grant healing for the wounded, the release of hostages,

protection for the innocent, and eternal peace to the dead.

To all those affected by war, grant healing, consolation, and the grace to forgive.

 

Almighty God,

guide the minds of world leaders to act with wisdom, prudence, and justice,

and to promote the common good.

Lord of Justice, help us to commit ourselves to building a fraternal world

so that these peoples and all those suffering similar conditions of

conflict, instability, and violence may walk together as sisters and brothers.

Help us to be peacemakers by practicing justice, dialogue, and reconciliation.

 

O God of Peace, who are peace itself,

grant that those in conflict may forget evil and so be healed.

Help those who have experienced violence to forgive their enemies,

as Christ taught us and after his example on the cross.

We pray that the whole of humanity may be reconciled as one family,

without violence, without absurd wars, and with a fraternal spirit,

and live united in peace and concord.

Through our Lord Jesus Christ Your Son, who lives and reigns with you

in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God for ever and ever. Amen.

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