• Mass Time/Place July 26 ~ Reminder – In July, the 4th Friday of the month Mass will be held at 7:30am at St. Martin. Noon Mass on the 4th Friday at St. Paul’s resumes in August.
• St. Martin Festival – Volunteer Opportunities ~ Help is still needed for the Festival this weekend. See link below to sign up. Thanks!
• Kroger Clicklist White Bags ~ We are collecting the bigger white click list bags from Kroger for the chicken dinners. There is a tote on the side porch of the parish office you can place them in, or simply bring them to the festival.
• Extra Masses for Festivals ~ Saturday, August 3 – 4:30pm Mass at St. Joseph for Firemen’s Festival in addition to 4:00pm Mass at St. Martin | Saturday, August 10 – 4:30pm Mass at St. Paul in addition to 4:00pm Mass at St. Martin
• August 12th is 812 Day ~ Southeastern Indiana (Area Code 812) celebrates “812 Day”. Ars Cafe is planning some special things. Here are 50 WAYS you can celebrate 812 Day.


Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the St. Paul Campus
We have pickleball three times per week: Monday and Wednesday at 5:30pm and Friday at 10:00am.
All are welcome and you do not need to RSVP. A suggested donation of $2/day is appreciated.
Please contact Dave Kuhn with questions at (513) 673-4298.



Next Meeting: TBA
This group is open to all men of the four parishes in Dearborn County desiring to mentor young men, teaching them the virtues rooted in Christ as the path to authentic manliness.
At this time, we are looking for 12 men who are able to commit two hours each week during the school year, with the exception of Fall, Spring, Christmas and Holy Week breaks. Please contact Father Hollowell or David Oelker if interested in volunteering.



Parents of College-Age Youth:
Once again, we will offer the LOCK program to support and encourage the faith of our COLLEGE-AGED young adults. Each month, care packages will be sent to all of our young adults in college. Please send us the address of the student. We also need parents to coordinate the mailings from October to April, which can consist of anything desired – bookmark, prayer card, magnet, etc. To volunteer, contact
To submit the contact information for your college student, click HERE



July 27-28 St. Martin | August 10-11 St. Paul
Food, live music, beer garden, raffles, games, quilts and Kiddie Land. Please join us! Chicken Dinner will be Sunday from 11am to 5pm or until sold out.
Latest Festival News: HERE
Full Page Flyer: HERE


Sunday, July 28, 9:30am at St. Martin Campus
Run or Walk in Dearborn County’s Oldest Annual Road Race – established 1981.
The 5K out and back course starts and ends at St. Martin Church with some gentle hills. Prizes by age group will be awarded!
Participants: REGISTER ONLINE HERE or Complete THIS FORM
After the race, stay for our festival and chicken dinner!
Sponsors Needed: Complete THIS FORM



November 11-14, Hanceville AL
In the midst of the Eucharistic Revival, we are making a pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Alabama. Please join us!
Registrations are now being accepted.
Complete Details: HERE



Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, 9:00am ~ St. Leon IN
We are already gearing up for the 11th running of the largest 5k in Dearborn County and the 9th largest 5k on Thanksgiving Day in the state of Indiana. All proceeds go to local food pantries; no better way to celebrate Thanksgiving Day than giving to the hungry!
Register: To participate in the race, click HERE.
Become a Sponsor: Deadline: Oct 11, 2024. We can’t do it without you: SIGN-UP HERE



We are in the midst of a 3-year National Eucharistic Revival and one of our pastors, Father Jonathan Meyer, has been selected as a National Eucharistic Preacher. These are exciting times! Below please find resources and updates to stay informed with everything that is happening. To learn more about the Revival, a good starting point might be the OFFICIAL WEBSITE.


Father Meyer’s presentation on the 14 Stations of the Eucharist, at a Men’s Conference in Palm Beach, FL (Begins at 54:40)
The 14 Stations of the Eucharist, explained by Father Meyer during the 2023 Summer Festivals


An Unprecedented Outpouring of Grace
4 Routes across the United States, 60 days on the road, 1,000 Hosts, 6,500 Miles, 100,000+ total participants!
The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage will accompany Jesus from city to city, lighting hearts on fire along the way. Then, at the National Eucharistic Congress in July 2024, all these flames will blaze together, in Indianapolis.