Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm ...... 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Closed for lunch: 12:00 - 12:30
Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Weekend Mass: Saturday Vigil - 4:00 pm
Sundays - 8:30 am , and 11:00 am
(5:00 pm September - May)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 - 3:30 (or by appointment)
Holy Day Schedule: Vigil Mass on the Eve of the Holy Day @ 6:00 pm
Holy Day: 9:00 am and 6:00 pm
Weekday Evening Masses & Confessions for Lent
Weekday Evening Mass @ 6:00 pm:
Every Monday & Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm.
Confessions (6:30 - 7:30 pm):
Monday, March 6; Wednesday, March 15; Monday, March 20; Tuesday, March 28; Wednesday, April 5; Wednesday, April 12. (You do not have to attend the mass in order to go to confession these nights.)
Fish & Chip Fridays
St. Martha's will be having our famous Fish & Chip Fridays from March 3 to April 7 from 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm. They will be available for eat-in or take out.
St. Martha's Monthly Bingo
When: The first Thursday of every month.
Time: Doors open at 5:30 pm
Game starts at 6:30 pm
Where: St. Martha's Church Hall
2595 Pawtucket Ave.
East Providence, RI
Food available for Sale: Sandwiches, pizza, Snacks, goodies, coffee, tea, soda, & water
Cash & Mystery Prizes
Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend.
Come have some fun.
Must be 18 to play.
(No one under 18 allowed)
6th Annual St. Martha's & St. Kevin's Boston Red Sox Trip
The 6th Annual St. Martha's and St. Kevin’s Red Sox trip will be on Sunday August 27. Together we will watch and cheer for our Boston Red Sox as they play a 1:35 PM game against the Baltimore Orioles. The cost is $95.00 per person and includes your ticket to the game (Grandstand Sect. 26 behind 3rd base), bus transportation from St. Kevin’s (leaves 10:00 am) or St. Martha’s (leaves 10:30am), and tip for the bus driver. Seating is limited!! There will only be one bus this year. Call Tony Prattico weekdays at St. Martha’s Rectory @ 434-4060 ext. 5 for details and tickets.
Religious Education SIGN-UPS/Registration
ATTENTION: Registration Forms can be dropped off through the mail-slot at the front door of the rectory or in the collection basket at Mass. Parents/Guardians may find this useful if there is a time conflict with our office hours and your work schedule.
Registration for students in grades 1-9 IS ONGOING UNTIL SEPT 11th. Parents and guardians are reminded that students are required to register each year even if previously enrolled. Early registration helps us to figure out the number of books to order. Registration forms are available in the front hallway of church as well as the parish office. Registrations will only be accepted until September 18th. Classes begin on Sunday, September 11th which means that parents/students running late with registration have a one week grace period. OUT OF FAIRNESS TO OUR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS, REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER SEPTEMBER 18TH. Parents/guardians are also reminded that they should also be registered with the parish if they have a child in our program. Parish registration can also be done during the week, Mon.-Thurs. during our regular office hours. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Matthew J. Burns, Director of Religious Education at (401) 434-4060 ext. 6.
03/26/17 9:07 am
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Sunday during the Angelus in a sunny St Peter’s Square took inspiration from the Gospel reading in which Jesus restores the sight of the blind man.
Listen to Lydia O'Kane's report:Read More
03/25/17 4:28 pm
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis wrapped up his one-day pastoral journey to the northern Italian city of Milan with an encounter with newly confirmed youngsters.
At the end of his busy day in the city, the Pope travelled to the football stadium of San Siro where he was welcomed by almost 80,000 people, including parents, god-parents, catechists, teachers and volunteers.Read More
03/25/17 12:27 pm
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis celebrated Holy Mass in Monza Park for the people of the Archdiocese of Milan, Italy on Saturday during a pastoral visit, reflecting on the annunciation of Jesus as a message of joy at the peripheries of society.
The Holy Father invited them to be joyful members of God’s people and to avoid “speculating” on the future of others.Read More