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Sunday high mass here is at 10:00 am (Latin) and 11:30 am (English). The Schola puts on a great show here, with motets, anthems, hymns and so on, performed to the highest standard. The organ is one of the finest in the nation. The interior...More
Many people stay in hotels in downtown DC but spend all of their time on and around the Mall area. This is right in the middle of downtown and well worth a detour. It's not large, and doesn't really look like much from the outside....More
I first came here in 2016, conscious of the unique place St. Matthew's holds in American History : it was the scene, in 1963, of the Funeral Service of the assassinated 35th President of the U.S., John F. Kennedy - the venue was chosen by...More
I recently visited St. Matthews for Sunday mass. On entering the church your eyes just take you everywhere it's beautiful. I hadn't realised that the former President J F Kennedys funeral service took place here. There are other interesting facts about the church so well...More
This church, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, had some work done not too long ago and the results are spectacular. The beautiful mosaics are shiny and the whole church looks beautiful. St. Mathew's Cathedral as it is called by locals has a...More
I attended Sunday mass at this gem of a Cathedral. Kudos to the organist and cantor for the excellent sacred music. Catholic or not, I believe any visitor would be impressed by the elegance of this space. I suggest picking up a brochure at the...More
Beautiful cathedral for celebrating Easter Sunday Mass. The mosaic and marble are breathtaking, and while the church was standing room only, the music, liturgy and homily contributed to a invigorating and memorable experience.