You are invited


estate Planning Information session

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

immediately following noon mass

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Free Lunch Provided

St. Martin of Tours Hall

Cheryl Bruner, a local estate 
planning attorney, 
will share information on 
how to create 
your estate plan and 
the importance of 
having a will, power of attorney, 
healthcare directive, etc.

TO REGISTER CALL- 502-585-3291 ext. 1117





Today – Thursday, September 14, 2023, is 

The Giving Day for the Schuhmann Center's 

Give for Good Louisville 2023.

You can give anytime today until 11:59pm.


Simply follow the link below to make your contribution.

Give for Good Louisville - Schuhmann Center


Additionally, please consider becoming a regular, 

periodic, or annual donor through our 

Schuhmann Center web link:

or mail your tax deductible check to:


Schuhmann Center

639 South Shelby Street

Louisville, KY 40202-1657

*Please write ‘Give for Good Louisville’ 

on your check’s memo line.


May God bless you for your generosity!


Come join Raising Saints for faith, family, food and fun!
Raising Saints is a family ministry new to
The Shrine of St. Martin of Tours.
We meet monthly for a potluck dinner.
Our goal is to provide a safe and relaxing 
environment for like-minded Catholics 
to come and spend time together as families.
Join us in the Hall at
The Shrine of St. Martin of Tours on
Thursday, September 7 at 6pm. 
Please RSVP to Taylor and Carolyn Sabo at 



Registration for Religious Education 
is now open for classes beginning August 27th. 
You may sign up your child with a paper form 
in the back of the church and 
return it to the office or 
fill out the form online by emailing 
Brett Snow at 



St. Josemaria Escriva
(Founder of Opus Dei)
Feast Day Mass

Tomorrow (Saturday) - June 24, 2023
12:00 PM
The Shrine of St. Martin of Tours
Celebrant is Archbishop Fabre
*Reception to follow in the Hall
*Free and open to all



Fr. Beach featured in the 
Podcast about 
The Shrine of 
St. Martin of Tours

“What’s New In ArchLou Podcast” – June 2023
Join us each month to find out what’s new in the 
Archdiocese of Louisville. 
This monthly podcast will highlight the people and 
ministries of the Archdiocese of Louisville, 
the Catholic Church in Central Kentucky. 
Each month, we welcome guests to discuss 
what’s going on in the Archdiocese and 
invite you to get involved as you deepen 
your engagement with your Catholic faith. 

For the June episode, Father Paul Beach, 
rector of the Shrine of St. Martin of Tours and 
Judicial Vicar for the Archdiocese, joins host 
Dr. Brian Reynolds, Chancellor of the Archdiocese, 
to discuss what’s new about Archbishop Shelton’s 
decision to designate 
St. Martin of Tours in Louisville as the 
Archdiocese of Louisville’s first shrine. 
The podcast can be found on Apple Podcasts, 
Spotify, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, 
the Faith Channel and the 
Archdiocese of Louisville’s web page, 
YouTube Channel and Facebook page. 
This program is brought to you by the 
Arch Lou Podcast Network. 
Each episode is released the first Tuesday 
of each month – June 6, 2023. 



Wednesday, April 5

8:00 pm - Tenebrae Prayer Service with Choir

Holy Thursday, April 6

7:00 pm - Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Good Friday, April 7

9:00 am - Morning Prayer

10:00 am - Reflection on the “7 Last Words”

11:00 am - Rosary

11:00 am - 2:00 pm - Confessions

12:00 pm - Stations of the Cross led by

                   Archbishop Shelton Fabre

1:00 pm - Reading of the Passion

2:00 pm - Midday Prayer

3:00 pm - Chaplet of Divine Mercy

7:00 pm - Commemoration of the Passion

Holy Saturday, April 8

8:30 pm - Easter Vigil Mass


Easter Sunday, April 9

8:00 am -  Mass (No Music)

10:00 am - Mass (Choir)

12:00 pm - Latin Mass (Choir)

3:00 pm - Ordinariate Mass



During Lent there are two opportunities 
to participate in 
Stations of the Cross -
both on the same day.

St. Martin of Tours Church
Friday, March 31

The 11:30 am Stations continue 
every Friday of the year 
with the exception of 
Good Friday, the 
Stations will be at 
12PM on that day
led by 
Archbishop Shelton Fabre