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All Catholics of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston area are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice. All other Parish events and activities are still suspended due to Covid-19. Please refer to our Parish Re-opening Updates for the most current information.

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Mass Times and Reconciliation

Weekend Schedule
Saturday at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 10:30 am
Reservations are required. Signup

All Souls Day Mass
Monday, November 2
12:00 noon at the Columbarium Garden

Weekday Masses
No weekday Masses are currently being offered

Reconciliation
Saturday, 4:30 – 5:00 PM or by appointment

Worship at Home

Daily Readings
Music Spirituality – October

Information and Events

Volunteer to check in parishioners for Mass
Are you a smartphone user? If so, we are looking for volunteers for our Mass check-in team so that we can do contact tracing in the event of a covid outbreak. Contact rosanne@mindcross.com if you can help.

An All-Virtual Catholic Conference on Restorative Justice
A webinar conference by the Catholic Mobilizing Network
Oct 27, 29, and 31

Job Position
Coordinator of Faith Formation
View the job description

St. Agnes Tutorial
A tutorial on the decision to attend Mass and what to expect at the Church.

Memorial Wall and Book of the Dead

Submit a name for the Book of the Dead.

Send us your family photos for the St. Agnes online memorial wall. Your photos should be no more than 1250×1250 and 2 mb in size.

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Francesco – Documentary on Pope Francis

“Francesco” takes an unsparing look at the most pressing challenges of the 21st-century, asking deep questions about the human condition. The film is guided by Pope Francis who, with tremendous humility, [...]

Advent/Christmas Gift Giving

In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, we are forced to handle our gift tag project a little differently. Please help St. Agnes support the people who depend on us to brighten their Christmas...

Election 2020

Exercise Your Right to Vote
Voting in elections is not only a civic duty but part of our Catholic beliefs.

Get all the details on voting by mail.

The New Encyclical Fratelli Tutti

“The Encyclical Letter...is about love and attention – the kind of attention that brings a broken and bleeding world back to health....” Full text Pope Francis’ new Encyclical Highlights [...]

How Should a Catholic Decide to Vote

Watch the video by Denis Woods and learn how to bring your Catholic beliefs to the voting booth.
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