Catholic Family Formation (PSR for 2020-2021)

During the current pandemic St. Martin of Tours parents with youth in school grades 1 - 12 (public, home, or parochial) are to be part of our family catechetical progarm.

This program will NOT be held at the parish but conveniently in your home at a convenient time.  Materials and a format will be provided to the parents/guardians to facilitate sessions for the whole family together.  A catechist will be assigned to each family for guidance, questions, and encouragement.  Weekly sessions begin the first full week of October.

Registration is open until September 30th.  Register as a family/household not requesting sacrament preparations in 2021 ($25) - or - Register as a family/household requesting a sacrament for First Confession and First Communion, and/or Confirmation in 2021 ($45).  To learn about this at home program, parents/guardians can attend an information meeting either on September 13 or September 20 at 9:15am in St. Martin church between Masses.  Materials will be distributed to registered families no later than October 4th.

REGISTER HERE Catholic Family Faith Formation
*  Is the fee for the entire year?  YES, not just for the fall
*  Is the fee for the entire family?   YES, not per child
*  My child will be 7 years old or older before September, 2021.  Do I register requesting a Sacrament (Confession/ Communion)?  YES
*  My child will be 14 years old or older before September, 2021.  Do I register requesting a Sacrament (Confirmation)?  YES
*  If my child will not be 7 or 14 years old by September 2021, how should we register?  As Family Only.
*  If there's a glitch in registering on line, what do I do?  Call the office 330-483-3808 for assistance.

Please watch for updates on our website, facebook, flocknotes, and announcements at Mass. 

"As for me and my household, we shall serve the Lord." (Joshua 24:15)

All Liturgical Ministers

Please click on the header "Liturgical Ministers" above for your schedule through December.  Thank you.


  • Sun, Sep 20th

  • Sun, Sep 13th

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Spiritual Practices at Home

SPIRITUAL PRACTICES:  During this COVID-19 Pandemic we have our faith that God will bring us through this health emergency that faces the world.  Here are some spiritual practices for yourself or with your family at this time or any time:

1) Keep holy the Lord's Day - watch a Mass on TV or live streaming on your tech device.
2) Check our website below for the Daily and Sunday Scripture Readings.  Read them alone or with family.
3) Gather and pray the Rosary with family asking our Blessed Mother to pray for us. (or another devotional)
4) Check on family members and neighbors, especially the elderly.
5) Send us your prayer requests via our website.
6) And from one of our parishioners:  Slowly pray the Hail Mary as you wash your hands; it's 20 seconds.

Online Masses

Weekday Mass is M-F at 12 Noon from St. John Cathedral.  Click here to participate: Diocese of Cleveland Mass

Sunday Mass is televised on FOX-8 at 6:00 am AND
also broadcast on the link above from the Cathedral on Sundays at 8:00 and 9:15 am

Spiritual Communion
    My Jesus, I believe that You
    are in the Blessed Sacrament. 

    I love You above all things,
    and I long for You in my soul.  

    Since I cannot now receive You
come at least
    spiritually into my heart. 

    As though You have already come,
    I embrace You and unite myself entirely to You;
    never permit me to be separated from You.  Amen.

WeShare Online Giving

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For your Sunday Offertory tithe and other Giving Opportunities

Thank You for supporting the ministries of St. Martin Parish.

Sunday Offering

Thank you, Parishioners, who continue to support your parish in these unsettling times.  Many are struggling to make ends meet, but if you can assist thank you.  You can mail your weekly Offering to the parish office.  Mail is received daily; do not mail cash.  You can also sign up at WeShare Online Giving (at the left) or call them for assistance.  WeShare Support Teams are available at 800-950-9952 (then press #3 and then press #2) to get you connected, or, by email at: [email protected] (that is @4  Without your Offering parish funds will evaporate quickly but bills, like the mortgage and utilities, will continue.  God bless you for what you are able to do.

Our Facebook Page

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Stay Informed with Flocknote Texts


flocknote is a texting service to keep our parishioners and friends Up-to-Date.  We can send a text to your cell phone to remind you of things that are upcoming, a change or cancellation of an event, an urgent message, or a notice that didn't make it in our weekly bulletin or this website.  The only fees to join flocknote are the fees your cell phone provider/plan may charge for text messages.
                      CLICK HERE TO GET FLOCKNOTE
More people enrolled due to the pandemic.  flocknote has been an effective way to keep you informed.  

Faith Formation Groups

Grief Share Support
Begins July 13
Mondays - 2:00pm - Educ. Building
Grief Share is an opportunity for mutual support for anyone experiencing a significant change or loss in their life.  It includes a series of DVD presentation; each of which stands on its own.  Led by staff member Colene Conley. 

Healing Movement - Stretching and Lite Exercise
Begins July 13
Mondays - 4:00pm - Educ. Building
This opportunity provides a body, mind, spirit connection by means of physical stretching and lite exercise. Led by Michelle Plikerd a person can gain more energy and peace of mind through lite body movement.  No registration is required.  Bring a mat if you have one; a balancing chair is provided.

The Book of Ruth - Bible Study
Begins August 11 - September 1
Tuesdays - 12:30pm - Educ. Building
At your request a Bible Study with no homework led by Fr. Dan.  For four sessions we will delve into the four chapters of Ruth's story to discover in God's Word the lessons for our lives.  Chapter reading will be during the session itself.  All are welcome, but limited to 40 participants for CDC COVID-19 safety procedures.  Bring your own bible, please; and a notebook if you like. 

Stations of the Cross

Holy Land Pilgrimage - Register Here

Holy Land Itinerary and REGISTRATION
Register above and call me for more information.  This is my seventh or eighth time leading a prayerful pilgrimage to the only place on earth where Jesus walked.  COME and SEE what you have only heard and read - THE BIBLE.  You will not be able to read the Bible in the same way!  For a more personal and relaxing experience I limit the group to 15-20 pilgrims.
Pilgrimage Dates: January 20-29, 2021
$2,895 + an est. $450 in airline surcharges

Divine Mercy Chaplet

Telehealth Counseling

On Mindfulness

Catholic Charities Services - Medina

At this time when we may be physically separated from others due to Covid-19 transmission, our emotional and mental health is just as important as our physical and spiritual health.  To the right and left you will find video presentations from professional counselors at Catholic Charities in Medina.  They present some good ideas on staying healthy and are only a few minutes in length.  These topics and the availability of telehealth counseling may assist you.  For more information call Catholic Charities at 330-723-9615.

Catholic Charities in Medina and we here at St. Martin have a food pantry for those in need.  Simply call them or us for assistance.  Stay healthy.  And God bless you,  Fr. Dan

On Self-Care

On Outdoor Activities

Instructions for Mass Attendance

The Ohio Bishops respecting the Governor’s safe-reopen plan permits us to gather for Mass with some restrictions.  Do not assume the spread of the virus has diminished.  

Weekend Masses:                              Weekday Masses:
Saturdays 5:00pm                                Tuesdays 5:00pm
Sundays   8:00am and 10:30am          Wed. and Fri. 8:30am

  • Until further notice, no one is obligated to attend Sunday Mass.  Please arrive on time for Mass.
  • Do Not Come to the Church: with a fever of 100 degrees or higher, a persistent dry cough, runny nose, or shortness of breath, or without self-quarantining 14 days after close contact with anyone with COVID-19.  
  • Please stay home: If sick in anyway, uncomfortable or fearful in large gatherings, vulnerable to or at high risk of infection.
  • Wearing a face mask (or covering) is required throughout the Mass, except the brief moment to receive Communion. Please bring a clean mask or covering to wear. 
  • To maintain social distancing, only 130 people can be seated safely in the church.  Ushers can direct you to a designated pew.  Households can sit together, but must distance 6’ from another household or non-family parishioner. 
  • At Communion, please lower your mask below your chin BEFORE extending your hands to receive the Host. If you must receive on the tongue, approach a lay minister of Communion at the end of the line so sanitizing precautions can be taken.  The cup will not be distributed.
  • Please use restrooms only if absolutely necessary.
  • Please maintain a 6’ social distance as you leave.
  • For those who cannot join us at church, a Sunday Mass can be found on line.

Your understanding at this unprecedented time is appreciated.
St. Martin of Tours, pray for us.




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Masses When Traveling

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