St. Francis de Sales is a Roman Catholic parish in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. As a Catholic community of faith, we acknowledge that the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. Our way of thinking is attuned to the Eucharist, and the Eucharist in turn confirms our way of thinking.
St. Francis de Sales is a parish in which you can truly belong. Whether you are just beginning to explore the Catholic faith or have been Catholic all your life, whether you have attended Mass infrequently in the past or are actively involved in ministry, St. Francis de Sales is a parish where you are valued. As a parish community we care for each other, knowing that through our ministry we serve Christ among us. With the support of our parish family, we minister to those most in need in the Morgantown area and around the world through direct service, collections of food, clothing, gifts, and through monetary contributions as we continue to help build the kingdom of God on earth.
We are conveniently located just off Exit 1 of I-68. Turn right onto US 119 south, then take the first left onto Guthrie Lane, which is at the intersection with Hornbeck Road. Ample parking is available and our building is handicap accessible. Click here to see our location on Google Maps.
Penance & Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:00 – 4:45 pm or by appointment.
Please contact the Parish Office for:
Anointing of the Sick: During time of illness or in preparation for surgery.
Baptism: For infants and children under 7, parents must be registered and attending Mass at least 4 months prior to baptism. A preparation class is required for first-time parents.
The OCIC (Order of Christian Initiation of Children) is for children between the ages of 7 and 14. The OCIA (Order of Christian Initiation of Adults) is for those age 15 and older.
Holy Communion to the Sick/Homebound: For those unable to attend Sunday Mass because of age or illness.
Marriage: The pastor must be contacted at least six months in advance to set the date and arrange marriage preparation. Parish membership and regular Mass attendance are required.