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Parish Updates During Pandemic
Announcements

Public Masses Suspended

Due to the decision made by the Bishops of Ohio and the Governor of Ohio, effective immediately all public Masses have been temporarily suspended until further notice. Thank you for your patience and understanding. May the Lord protect us and grant us healing. God’s Blessings, The St. Martin of Tours Pastoral Staff

Letter from the Catholic Bishops of Ohio - March 1, 2020 - Publicly celebrated Masses suspended through Easter.

Letter from the Bishops of Ohio - April 2, 2020 - Extending Mass suspensions through May 3rd.

 

Schedule Changes
There have been many schedule changes.  Please consult our church and school home page calendars for updates.

Online Mass

Saint Martin Parish Online Mass
Celebrate Mass with us remotely here on the Saint Martin website. Mass is streamed in from Saint Peter in Chains and readings are provided so you can participate.

St. Peter in Chains Cathedral
Mass is streamed from St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Monday through Saturday at 8 a.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m.

Messages From Our Pastor

Palm Sunday Message

April 3, 2020

Dear Parishioners, 

Peace and all good things to you!

Our unique and very challenging Lenten journey has now brought us to the holiest week of the year.  A week in which Catholics and Christians throughout the world remember and celebrate the events that brought us the saving gift of salvation through the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus.

It goes without saying that we as a parish community are deeply disappointed that we will not be able to celebrate the beautiful liturgies together in our Church that are part of these sacred days.  But yet their deepest meaning for all of us are still intact and certainly can be part of our prayer in our “domestic churches.”

We begin with Palm Sunday... Read More

Hold Tightly to Our Faith

March 25, 2020

As I write this letter, it is March 25th – the Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord; the day the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her she was to be the Mother of God. The gospel reading for this feast tells us Mary was greatly troubled at what was said to her. But the angel continued: “Do not be afraid, Mary for the power of God’s love and care will over-shadow you.”

I suspect that many of us are feeling the same way that Mary did; overwhelmed, questioning, fearful. We need to hear the same reassurance that God is with us and will help us.

How quickly the events... Read More

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