Welcome to the St. Martha's Parish website. We are glad that you have come to visit. You will find here that as a faith filled Roman Catholic parish many diverse peoples of every nationality and ethnic background from our local communities and neighborhoods come together and call St. Martha's their spiritual home. You will find while browsing our website that our sincere thanks, praise and worship of God, our informative and formative educational programs for parishioners of all ages and our enjoyment of many annual social events unite us together in our love for God and one another. There is no mistaking it, the hospitality for which St. Martha was known and loved is alive and well in our parish. Again, welcome and God bless you!
Registration forms for the upcoming academic year 2015-2016 are available by clicking below and in the church vestibule. Forms can be filled out and dropped off at the parish office or in the collection basket at all masses. All checks should be made payable to St. Martha's Church. Registration ends the weekend of August 30th.
St. Martha’s will be hosting a special blessing and celebration for all graduating public and private high school and college seniors and their families on Friday, July 3, 2015. Blessing of the seniors at 8 PM on the West Lawn of the Church, refreshments to follow. Please stay to socialize and enjoy the best view of fireworks in the City!
(Vatican Radio) In his first homily during his Apostolic Voyage to South America, Pope Francis focused on Mary as a model for families as he spoke about the Gospel account of the wedding at Cana. More than one million people joined the Holy Father for Holy Mass in the city of Guayaquil in Ecuador.
Pope Francis arrived in Ecuador's capital Quito Â on Sunday 5th of July. It marked a homecoming for this Argentinian Pontiff whoâs currently on the first leg of an Apostolic Journey to Latin America which also takes him to two other nations Bolivia and Paraguay.
On his first full day in Ecuador Pope Francis flew to Guayaquil, the nationâs major port city with stunning views over the Pacific Ocean. The city Â lies roughly 265 kilometres from Quito.
(Vatican Radio) As Pope Francisâ apostolic journey to Latin America begins to unfold, the week-long programme that takes the Pope from Ecuador to Bolivia to Paraguay will offer countless occasions for information, reflection, inspiration.
Meanwhile we look ahead, speaking to people on the ground and to others who have been to the places the Pope is scheduled to visit.