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Small (25%)CHURCH Open for Private PrayerNo

​St. Martin will be open Monday  from 9:00 am - 7:00 pm and Wednesday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

St. Joseph will be open Tuesday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Father Sam will hear confessions by appointment.


MASKS must be worn in church and all must practice social distancing. Upon entering there will be sanitizer dispensers for your use.  The pews wil be marked off for individuals or a family group.

Small (25%)Clergy, Letter and Guideline AnnouncementsNoYes
Medium (50%)Prayer During PandemicNo

Medium (50%)Bishop Malesic PrayerNo

​Lord Jesus, in our time of need,we bring our fears and concerns to you in faith.  We are grateful for your closeness to us as we confront the adversity of the coronavirus and all illnesses as they affect those we love and countless others.

Jesus, tend to those who are suffering at this time, especially the elderly and the weak.  Provide every necessary strength to our doctors, nurses, health care assistants and all those who are working to repond to this crisis.  

Jesus, give us the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to face this challenge.  Inspire each of us to do whatever is necessary to confront the spread of this disease. Help us to carry this cross with courage and to walk with the sick with compassion.  Give knowledge to our scientists. Keep our families in your care.  Heal the sick.  Protect the healthy. Console the fearful.  Comfort those who are isolated.  Give us hope.  Give us life.  

Jesus, the divine physician, we trust in you.

Mary, comfort of God's children, pray for us.

St. Bernadine of Siena, patron of those with illnesses of the lung, Pray for us.

St. ALbert the Great, patron of scientists, Pray for us.

We make our prayer to you this day, Lord Jesus Christ, who lives with the Holy Spirit, one God, now forever and ever.



​The Church cannot survive without your financial support! 

Without the Celebration of the Mass there is no Offertory Collections.   Please continue to support the Church during these trying times.  Please mail in your contributions to the parish office; they also can be dropped off at the Parish Office mailbox and the Rectory mailbox at St. Martin; you can contribute through online giving. (see below)

Parishioners may wish to consider donating to St. Martin/St.Joseph by online giving.  This option can be arranged through one's bank.  

NOW AVAILABLE is a user friendly option to donate electronically through our Partner Parish website. Simply go to the upper right hand corner of the website and click the tab marked DONATE.  This helpful tab allows parishioners to donate electronically to both the PARISH OFFERTORY and this year's DLA.

Small (25%)Emergency ServicesNo
Please feel free to call any of these numbers if experiencing a personal crisis or are in need of emergency material assistance.

Catholic Charities Helpline - 1‑866‑409‑6455
(Provides 24 -7 emergency material assistance and personal crisis assistance)   

St. Vincent de Paul Helpline - 724‑694‑5359
(Provides emergency economic assistance)
Start Time
Anticipated Mass6/6/2020 5:00 PMSt. Joseph Parish
Mass6/7/2020 9:00 AMSt. Martin Parish
Mass6/7/2020 10:30 AMSt. Joseph Parish
Anticipated Mass6/13/2020 5:00 PMSt. Joseph Parish
Mass6/14/2020 9:00 AMSt. Martin Parish