These are a handful of the many thank you letters received over the years. They were selected because they represent a number of different projects and churches.  Martino Stained Glass studio is dedicated to the work they do and have been for over 35 years.

Peter Silva – former Director of Facilities for the Archdiocese of Boston – 2009
“Your professionalism has helped facilities to provide our parishes with quality workmanship and products. I am grateful for your assistance and friendship…”
St. Bernadette Catholic Church – Northborough, MA 1994
“Our new stained glass windows have added an aura in which our parishioners can worship and celebrate God’s love…”
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church – Manchester, NH 1997
“The best action our community took was to commission you and your staff to create out stained glass icons and symbols for the church…”
Prince of Peace Catholic Church – Princeton, MA 2002
“It is not uncommon for parishioners to stop me and say every time they enter the church the main window behind the alter grabs their attention and takes their breath away…”
St. Joseph Catholic Parish – Medford, MA 2003
“The restored windows are truly the “creme de la creme” of the Church… I cannot begin to tell you how many compliments we have received on the total restoration with the majority of the comments being directed at the windows…”
Gordon College – Wenham, MA 1993
“From my perspective, working with you was a pleasure as your sensitivity and appreciation of our stained glass windows was evident in all your work…”
First Congregational Church – W. Boylston, MA 2004
“We feel we have preserved a museum quality treasure and you were the finest possible company to help us do that…”
St Theresa Church – Blackstone, MA 2005
“As I celebrate daily Mass in the chapel, I look at the windows depicting the virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love.  On a sunny day their brilliance is astonishing…”
St. Patrick Catholic Parish – Stoneham, MA 2007
“Michael Martino is a true artist who takes great pride in his work and approaches his work in churches as something very sacred because he is privileged to contribute his gifts to increase the beauty of God’s house… “
Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary – South Hamilton, MA 2000
“Thank you for all you have done and may God’s richest grace and blessings be upon you for his name’s sake…”