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Registering in a parish is a declaration of your desire to be part of a Catholic community and a commitment to the life of the parish family. Being a registered parishioner makes things much easier when it’s time for infant baptism, school registration, weddings, being a sponsor for baptism or confirmation, and even funerals. New parishioners are always welcome!

We are often asked to provide affidavits for sacramental sponsors such as being a Godparent or Confirmation sponsor. We can only do this if a person is a registered, active, and contributing member in our parish. An active member is one who is regularly participating in Mass and other aspects of Sacramental life in the Catholic Church.

How do you know if you are registered? A registered parishioner has completed a registration form and currently receives all parish mailings.

If you are unsure about your registration status, please call the Parish Office at 304.296-5353 to inquire.

Current members are encouraged to enroll in ParishSOFT My Own Church for online access to your family’s parish records.

If you are already a registered member of the parish, you are eligible for secure, online access to your family’s parish records, including your financial giving, with the My Own Church application using our ParishSOFT program! All you need to do is sign up for a My Own Church account using the link below. Remember, you must be a registered member of the parish to apply for My Own Church.

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Many people think that attendance in a parish means they automatically belong. Membership requires completion of the Parish Registration form to enroll as a member of our parish. It only takes a few minutes. Please sign up today. We’re waiting to welcome you!

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has required all Dioceses to have in place Safe Environment Programs for the protection of children and young people.

The components of Safe Environment required by the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston are:

  1. Background Checks
  2. Diocesan Policy Relating to Sexual Abuse of Children
  3. Training (Protecting God’s Children for Adults by Virtus®)

All individuals over the age of 18 who are or wish to become liturgical ministers, catechists, musicians, choir members, or to volunteer in any capacity are required to complete all 3 components. To complete all three components, please register for a VirtusOnline account.  Thank you for taking the time to help keep our children safe!

  1. Background Check

    Background checks are handled through the Virtus website.  There is no cost.  Please register for a VirtusOnline account.  Once approved, when you login, you will be prompted to complete the background check. The parish does not receive details of the background check, we are only given a yes or no, and everything is kept confidential.
  2. Diocesan Policy Relating to Sexual Abuse of Children

    Please take time to read the Diocesan Policy Relating to Sexual Abuse of Children.Once you have read the policy, please login to your VirtusOnline account.  You will be prompted to acknowledge the policies.   Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston Policy Relating to Sexual Abuse of Children
  3. Online Training (Protecting God’s Children for Adults by Virtus®) 

    The online training, Protecting God’s Children for Adults by Virtus®, helps you learn about how to see signs of abuse, what to do should you suspect an issue, how to help keep yourself and children safe, and much more.  Below are instructions for registering for Virtus and completing the course. Should you have trouble or questions you may contact the parish or Sharon Goudy, Diocesan Coordinator of the Office of Safe Environment at

Once you have finished the course, it will be recorded in your Virtus account, allowing the Diocese and parish to track compliance.  Thank you!

Weekly Mass Schedule

Sunday 8:00am & 10:00am
Monday 8:30am
Tuesday 8:30am
Wednesday 7:00pm
Thursday 8:30am
Friday 7:30am
Saturday 5:15pm

Holy Day Masses as listed in the bulletin

Weekday Masses are in the Daily Mass Chapel (enter by the side door to the left of the front entrance) except for School Masses (typically Thursdays).

Penance & Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:00 – 4:45 pm or by appointment.


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