Flower and Mulch Sale

The St. Martin’s American Heritage Girls troop will be taking orders for flowers and mulch after Masses this weekend. The flowers will be available for pick up at St. Barnabas on April 26. You can purchase flowers for your personal gardens or the flower beds at St. Martin’s! Proceeds from the sale will support summer camp and other troop activities.


The Golden Arrow Center for Mothers and Children Purse Sale will be held on Saturday April 5thand Sunday April 6th  following all the Masses . We are collecting new and gently used purses, wallets, bags and jewelry for our sale. Items may be given to the security guard in the back of church or brought to the Golden Arrow Center.

Thank you in advance for your continued support!


St. Joseph’s Dinner Reminder!

Tickets are still available for the 10th Annual St. Joseph’s Dinner Wednesday, March 19th, at 7:15pm! The cost for this dinner is only $13.00 per person and this includes a freshly made salad, various pasta dishes, hot breads, assorted desserts, coffee, soft drinks and wine. Tips will be accepted by our teens and they will all go toward the support of youth activities at Saint Martin’s, as will any and all profits from the sale of dinner tickets. Some tickets may be available at the door, however, in order to ensure your place at the dinner, it’s best to contact the Rectory beforehand to purchase your tickets. The evening will begin in the church at 6:30 with a special sung Vespers service, which will include prayers and music dedicated to Saint Joseph. Whether or not you are able to be present at the dinner, we hope that all parishioners and friends will attend this special prayer service honoring the foster-father of Our Lord!

“Fill Your Heart” Reminder

This is the weekend we begin collecting the small heart boxes that you’ve been filling with change, bills or checks to help the many babies saved and served by the good work of the Golden Arrow.  Please leave your donations at the guard’s table in the back of church.  We greatly appreciate your generosity!

40 Days for Life Sign Up

Can you or someone you know help by praying during the 40 Days for Life on Wednesdays, March 19 or April 2? PLEASE, sign up March 8 & 9 after all Masses. We start praying at 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Please join us to pray for mothers to CHOOSE LIFE for their babies. May God Bless you for standing up for the rights of unborn children. You can also sign up by contacting Laura Grijalba at 502-384-4884/502-475-5403 la.grijalba@att.net

Fundraising Breakfast

The Knights of Columbus Holy Innocents Council invites you to a fundraising all-you-can-eat breakfast in the Parish Hall after the Masses on Sunday, February 16. There will be pancakes, eggs, potato casserole, biscuits and gravy, orange juice, milk and coffee.

Prices are:
Child (10 and under)……..$3.00
Family of five or more….$20.00

Come have a great meal and support our Holy Innocents Council’s activities and charities!

Young Adults Meeting

If you are between the ages of 18 and 35, please join us on February 16 for a Young Adults gathering at 6:00pm. Dinner will be served. The topic of this meeting will be Pope Francis. If you would like to attend, please RSVP at (502) 582-2827, kellymclemore@stmartinoftourschurch.org or on our St. Martin of Tours Church Facebook page.

Candy Sale for the Golden Arrow Center

Help Mothers Choose Life!!!

This weekend purchase Muth’s Finest Chocolates for Valentine’s Day after all Masses. All chocolates are hand-packed in special heart shaped boxes. Small Heart Shaped Box (4 pieces) are $3.50 or 3 boxes for $10, and Medium Heart Shaped Box (8 pieces) are $6.00 per box. All profits support the pro-life work of the Golden Arrow Center for Mothers and Children.


More servers are needed to assist with the 4:00 p.m. Mass on Saturdays. If interested, please call Kevin Field at (502) 636-1290.

“Catholicism” Series Study Group

Beginning this Sunday, January 26, parents of religious education students and any other interested adults will have the opportunity to join in with a group that will be viewing Father Robert Barron’s “Catholicism” series on ten consecutive Sundays.  Father Barron created this groundbreaking program as a thematic presentation of what Catholics believe and why, so that adults can come to a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith. Not a video lecture, Church history or scripture study, this engaging and interesting formational program uses the art, architecture, literature, music and all the treasures of the Catholic tradition to illuminate the timeless teachings of the Church. These sessions will meet in the Golden Arrow Center each Sunday from 11:25 until 12:25. No registration is necessary, but space is limited. Please contact the rectory if you have any questions.