St. Matthew Catholic Church is a multi-ethnic congregation founded in 1964. Initially, a school building was constructed, and the auditorium served as a church for up to 450 people. The church comprises 16 nations, worships in three languages, and lives together as a parish family. They strive to live the Gospel and foster close relationships, uniting their parish through the Holy Spirit's power. St. Matthew Catholic Church was part of the national Amnesty Program that introduced it to the Arlington community. The old buildings have been renovated to provide office space, conference rooms, and a large hall adjacent to the cafeteria. On weekends, there are eight masses (three in English and five in Spanish) with over 5000 attendees, and more than 1700 religious education participants during the school year.