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In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis said he will give an extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi” (to the city and the world) at 6:00 p.m. Rome time (1:00 p.m EST) on March 27. This will be streamed on the Vatican News website: www.vaticannews.va
A message from Most Rev. Mark Brennan, Bishop of Wheeling-Charleston.
Dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass:
“While no member of the Faithful is bound to attend Mass where impossibility arises, West Virginia borders a number of dioceses in which Masses are still being publicly celebrated, and many of our Faithful are easily able to attend those Masses. Owing to the grave nature of the current public health crisis, and not wishing that any of our flock be compelled to place themselves unnecessarily at risk, I hereby dispense all those who reside within the territory of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston from their obligation to attend Mass. The intention of this dispensation, along with the suspension of public liturgies in the Diocese, is to encourage the Faithful to practice ‘social distancing’ and ‘self-quarantine’ to the extent that their state of life permits, by which we hope to contribute to the containment and end of the current pandemic.”
—Most Rev. Mark Brennan
Please continue to pray for Father Chapin as he continues on his road to recovery.
If you have a sacramental emergency, please call Fr. Charles Anemelu at 203-818-2554 or Deacon Dennis Nesser at 304-549-7830.
Classes for those interested in learning more about the Catholic Church are being held on Wednesdays at Holy Trinity at 7:00 p.m. Classes are led by Deacon Dennis and will last approximately one hour. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater “Murder at the Opry” will be on Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Christ the King. Everyone is welcome. Tickets are $40.00 per person. Call Mary Beth Mather at 304-444-6079 for reservations. You may leave a message with a return number is not available.
Catholic Charities has placed containers in the gathering areas of Holy Trinity and Christ the King for an ongoing collection of personal care/house cleaning supplies. A list of items is attached to the container. The items listed cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits, but are so necessary. Thank you so much for your support of Catholic Charities.
Next week, we will have a special second collection to support the Priests’ Health and Retirement Association (PHRA), a fund that provides health insurance and retirement benefits to retired priests of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. Please take a moment to reflect on the many years of service by our priests and how we can take this opportunity to thank them in a particular way with a gift to the Diocesan Priests’ Retirement Fund collection.
Where can you go swimming, camping, eat great food, make new friends, and have fun outdoor adventures all while growing closer to Jesus? CAMP BOSCO!! Join us for one of our four weeks of camp this summer: July 5-11, July 12-18, July 19-25 or July 26-August 1. Camp is for anyone in 3rd-12th grade. There have already been wait-list questions, so don’t wait any longer to sign up in order to guarantee your kid a spot at camp! Visit campbosco.com for more information and registration.
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CTK – Christ the King | HT – Holy Trinity | SP – Saint Patrick | TP – Tri-Parish