Mass Schedule

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 7:00AM
  • Wednesday: 7:00AM Communion Service
  • Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30PM
  • Sunday Masses: 7:00AM, 10:30AM

Monthly Masses:
  • St. Alphonsus Mass Association: 7:00AM (1st FRIDAY)
  • Polish Mass: 9:00AM (3rd SUNDAY)
  • Saturday 4:30pm to 5:00pm

Weekly Novenas:
  • Miraculous Medal - Tuesday after 7:00 AM Mass
  • Novena to St. Jude - Fridays after 7:00 AM Mass
  • Divine Mercy Chaplet—1st Friday at 5:30 PM

St. Alphonsus Parish is dedicated to living out Christ`s mission on earth through a vibrant community built upon prayer, service, social interaction, and our rich history. We strive to reach out with justice and healing to all we encounter, thus making the living of the Gospel visible and ensuring that St. Alphonsus remains a welcoming home for future generations.
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  • at the 13th Annual Communities of Salt and Light Awards Dinner FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Catholic Charities West Virginia’s (CCWVa) Central Region’s 13th annual Communities of Salt and Light dinner will be held April 17 at the Knights of Columbus Banquet Hall in Fairmont.  The 2015 honorees are Sister Mary Priscilla Weidenschlager of Preston County, Jim and Shirley Bobela of Taylor County and the Morgantown Magnificat Service Team.  Read more...

  • CHARLES TOWN, W.Va.—Craig Dietz will share his story at a free, family-friendly event on Wednesday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m. Craig’s story has been featured on ESPN and FOXNEWS. He is a TED speaker, triathlon swimmer, league bowler, licensed attorney, avid sportsman, motivational speaker, and was born without limbs. Read more...

  • Thursday, March 12, at 7pm, in Troy Theater, Consolee Nishimwe, author of Tested to the Limit: A Genocide Survivor's Story of Pain, Resilience and Hope, will speak about her experience surviving the genocide. Fr. Innocent Rugaragu, S.J., will also join her to describe reconciliation efforts today. Ms. Nishimwe will also have opportunities to meet with students and employees during the day. Both events are free and open to the public. Please encourage students, family, and community members to attend. Click here for downloadable Flyer