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)
Confession:
  • 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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Diocesan News

  • The following statement is from Bishop Michael J. Bransfield regarding tonight's terrible fire at St John Parish in Benwood: "During this holiest of weeks on the Christian calendar, we are terribly saddened by the news of a devastating fire at St. John Church in Benwood tonight. I have spoken with our pastor there, Fr Bekeh Utetitang, and although he is very shaken, we know that he made it out of the structure and is unharmed. Read more...

  • Rev. Karl R. Wohinc died March 24 in Clarksburg, W.Va., at the age of 77. He was born Sept. 5, 1937, in Weston, W.Va., to John Wohinc, Jr., and Frieda A. (Yuchtmann) Wohinc. He attended high school at St. Charles College Seminary in Cantonsville, Md. Read more...

  • Catholic Charities West Virginia announces a new program that assists West Virginians in applying for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) CHARLESTON – Catholic Charities West Virginia (CCWVa) announced the launch of a free program designed to assist people in applying for the USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Read more...