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If you require assistance in setting up online giving please contract the office.
If anyone has old or broken rosaries, please bring them and leave them in the back of the church. We will fix them and send them overseas with the Sisters of the Infant Jesus missionaries.
Altar Server News
If anyone, youth or adult, is interested in becoming an altar server, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and arrangements will be made to get you trained. We are great need of adult servers. Why not serve in the ministry? You are here at Mass anyway, what better way to participate in the Mass than as an altar server.
Parish Membership and Benefits
To be considered an active, participating member of the parish, and thus eligible for sacraments, sponsor eligibility, and parish family discount at St. Mary’s and Notre Dame, OLPH takes into account a family or individual ministry involvement, and Mass attendance. Your collection envelopes, or online giving receipt, are the only way we can determine your attendance. If you are new to the parish, please stop by, call the office for registration forms or complete the online form on this site.
THINK GREEN FROM HOME
Do you recycle? A solution for recycling from the THINKGREENFROMHOME.COM website. This is a way to participate in protecting our environment by recycling the following: Florescent Bulbs, Batteries, Medical Waste. Waste Management also accepts household batteries at their office at 495 Wonder Bar Road in Clarksburg.
We Need You!!
Please consider offering service to our parishioners and the Lord by becoming an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion or Lector. You are attending Mass, why not assist others by participating in one of these ministries? Please contact Paula Taylor at email@example.com to arrange a time for training.
EVERY FRIDAY UNTIL 4:00pm IN THE CHAPEL FOLLOWING THE 9AM MASS
Join us on Fridays for Eucharistic Adoration in the chapel following the 9am Mass and until 4pm. We need adorers, please come and spend some time with Jesus. "He remains among us until the end of the world. He dwells on so many altars, though so often offended and profaned." St. Maximilian Kolbe
St. Patrick Catholic Church
210 Center Ave., Weston, WV
Every Sunday @ 12:30 PM
2nd Sunday: High Mass with Choir - All other Sundays: Low (Spoken) Mass
For more information:
St. Patrick's Parish Off. (304) 269-3048
Facebook: Latin Mass Community of North Central West Virginia
Everyone is invited to attend.
Your Faith in Action
Community Outreach Activities Powered by YOU!
2018 LENTEN PROJECT
NEW LENTEN PROJECT WENT VERY SUCCESSFUL
THEY INFORMED US THAT THE ITEMS WERE MUCH NEEDED!!
GOOD JOB ALL THAT HELPED MAKE THIS OUTREACH SUCCESSFUL
2017 ADVENT PROJECT
SUCCESSFUL AGAIN BECAUSE OF YOU
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY OF FILLING
WITH TOYS and OTHER ITEMS FOR WVU CHILDRENS HOSPITAL!
They were overwhelmed by all of the gifts and our parish's generosity.
Sunday, November 6, 2016
COMPLETION OF OUR HOUSING PROJECT!
On Sunday, November 6, 2016, Ms. Sara Ramos with Food For The Poor was here at OLPH to present the Catholic Men's Fellowship and Our Lady of Perpetual Help with an update on the completion of the house that we built for the Henry-Nesbeth Family.
Jim McCullough with the Catholic Men's Fellowship, presented Ms. Ramos with a donation that will be used in conjunction with other donations from Catholic Churches and Catholic organizations to build houses, vegetable and fruit gardens, a bakery and water supplies for several villages.
Our Lady's Helping Hands
Our Lady’s Helping Hands is the chance for parishioners to provide Social Ministry to our parish community and to our neighborhoods. This committee will not have regular meetings and will not take up large amounts of time. Our ‘Helping Hands’ will serve when needed in times of crisis, emergency or general necessity. This is your opportunity to use your talents to serve others. If you are interested in contributing a helping hand, please complete this survey and return it to Paula Taylor. You may drop it in the collection basket; mail it to Paula at 104 Buffalo Ave, Fairmont, WV 26554; or email it to her Paula Taylor.
(Click above to open form)
Please continue to bring in non-perishable items that will be given to those in need.
All food items being donated are to be brought to the Church, not to the office or chapel.
During the Presentation of the Gifts, our parish children will bring forth your donation. Children of all ages will be asked to participate on a scheduled basis.
Items may include canned goods of soup, vegetables and fruit, tuna, crackers, condiments, baking items such as flour, sugar, brownie mixes, snacks, juice, etc..
Thank you for your help!
Fr. Kent's Corner
Anointing of the Sick
By the sacred anointing of the sick and the prayer of the priests the whole Church commends those who are ill to the suffering and glorified Lord, that he may raise them up and save them and indeed she exhorts them to contribute to the good of the People of God
by freely uniting themselves to the Passion and death of Christ. Catechism of the Catholic Church 1499
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is always available for anyone who is not only in danger of death but for those who are seriously ill, for anyone preparing for surgery or a medical procedure and for those who are aged or infirmed. The sacrament may be received in church, in the home, at the hospital, or wherever circumstances dictate.
Please call the parish office at 304-623-2334 or in case of emergency call Fr. Kent at 304-374-2115 to make arrangements
for the celebration of this sacrament of healing. In the case of an emergency, please let us know in a timely manner. We will need time to get in touch with Fr. and time for his travel to the destination of need.
Please stop by the office to schedule your requested masses.
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.
On days when school is delayed or cancellation due to weather or if there is a funeral, we will not have daily Mass and if it falls on a Friday we will not have Eucharistic Adoration.
Marriage Preparation: Couples planning to get married must contact the parish
office at least 6 months in advance. You will need to meet with Fr. Kent prior to taking
Pre-Cana or the Weekend for Engaged Couples. For more information or to register
for a Marriage Weekend Retreat for Engaged Couples, click here. On the right side of the page, click on the name of the retreat center and the desired date.
Then click on the “Click here to register” link at the bottom of the page.
For assistance please call the parish office at 304-623-2334.
Parents anticipating the baptism of their baby in the next
few months should plan to meet with our Baptism Prep Team.
Please call the office at 304-623-2334 to schedule your class and Baptism.
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Our Lady's Helping Hands
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09/23/18 5:03 am
WASHINGTON--On September 22, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that dramatically alters certain longstanding government policies related to legal immigrants' access to essential safety net programs. Bishop Joe Vasquez, Chair of the Committee on Migration and Bishop of Austin, Texas, together with Bishop Frank Dewane, Chair of Committee on Domestic and Social Development and Bishop of Venice, Florida stated: "Yesterday's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking undercuts decades of administrative policies and guidelines on how immigrants are treated by the United States government. This further compounds strict eligibility guidelines already in place preventing many immigrants from receiving federal aid. While just beginning to review the Proposed Rule, upon initial analysis, it appears that this will be very harmful to families, raising fear among immigrant families already struggling to fulfill the American Dream. Further, it is likely to prevent families from accessing important medical and social services vital to public health and welfare." --- Keywords: Department of Homeland Security, Bishop Joe Vasquez, Migration, Diocese of Austin, domestic and social development, Bishop Frank Dewane, Diocese of Venice # # # Media Contact: Judy Keane 202-541-3200Read More
09/21/18 8:05 am
WASHINGTON—As Congress considers a bipartisan bill that addresses several aspects of the opioid crisis, Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida, Chairman of the USCCB's Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, applauded Congressional efforts to address the crisis and encouraged lawmakers not to allow politics to delay their work.Bishop Dewane's full statement follows:"The opioid crisis has affected all corners of our country. Preliminary estimates by the Centers for Disease Control indicate that more than 72,000 Americans died of a drug overdose in 2017, which is about one death every eight minutes. In the face of the staggering challenges in confronting this tragedy, it is encouraging that lawmakers in Congress appear to be making progress in bipartisan legislation that would address many issues related to the crisis." "As Pope Francis has said, '[e]very drug addict has a unique personal story and must be listened to, understood, loved, and, insofar as possible, healed and purified. We cannot stoop to the injustice of categorizing drug addicts as if they were mere objects or broken machines; each person must be valued and appreciated in his or her dignity in order to enable them to be healed.' Congress should press on in its work for precisely these purposes. "The Senate passed bill is but a first step in addressing several aspects of the opioid crisis, including support for increases in research, treatment, education, and security and law enforcement. As the midterm elections and the end of the year approach, it can be difficult to complete complex legislation during the remaining time. The opioid crisis, however, cannot wait until next year. Congress is to be applauded for the bipartisan efforts that have already occurred and should swiftly work through remaining obstacles to find effective solutions that can become law."---Keywords: opioid crisis, Bishop Dewane, Pope Francis, legislation, justice, peace, human development, Diocese of Venice# # #Media Contact: Judy Keane 202-541-3200Read More
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Administrative Committee Statement on Sex Abuse Scandals; Committee Releases Actions to be Taken Within Its Authority
09/19/18 11:30 am
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) Administrative Committee hasRead More
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- Fr. D. Kent Durig, Pastor
- Mr. Jim McCullough, Pastoral Associate
- Mrs. Linda Insani, Parish Secretary
- Mr. Dan Caroli, Maintenance
- Ms. Mary Ellen Lydon, Chair, Finance Council
- Mrs. Mary Shields, Chair, Perpetual Daughters
- Mr. James Carvelli, Chair, Martha Mary Ministry
- Mrs. Paula Taylor, Director, Altar Ministry
- Mrs. Renee Wyatt, Director, Music Ministry
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