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WHEELING—Wheeling Hospital has launched a new self-scheduling website for people to make COVID-19 vaccine appointments, which will continue to be administered at the Community Vaccine Clinic at the Highlands. With…

Wheeling Hospital Newborns Now Rooming in with Moms

WHEELING—Wheeling Hospital has opened its new Nursery, and also began using a new rooming-in arrangement for newborns and their mothers. “Rooming in refers to caring for both the mother and…

Celebrating National Child and Adult Care Food Program Week: March 14-20, 2021

By Katie Hinerman Klug, Catholic Charities West Virginia Marketing Communications Specialist A key part of the mission of Catholic Charities West Virginia (CCWVa) is working to ensure that every child…

Statement from Bishop Brennan on Attacks on Asian Americans

March 18, 2021 Along with millions of other Americans, I deplore and condemn the recent deadly attacks on Asian Americans in Georgia and other incidents of violence against them elsewhere….

Pro-Life Bill Advances in West Virginia House

CHARLESTON—The Second Chances at Life Act (HB 2982/SB 609) successfully passed the House Health Committee by a 19-5 bi-partisan vote on March 16 and passed out of House Judiciary on…

Wheeling Serra Club and Team Sledd Diaper Drive for the Gabriel Project Benefits Northern Panhandle Families

WHEELING—The Wheeling Serra Club recently presented $1,810 to the Gabriel Project to help struggling families with babies and toddlers. For the past 11 years, Serrans have raised funds to support…

Madonna Students Praying for Unborn Babies, Collecting Items for the Gabriel Project

WEIRTON—In past years, Madonna High School in Weirton has done a spiritual adoption of unborn children throughout the school year with a “baby shower” welcoming little ones into the world…

Huntington Catholic Daughters to Hold Lenten Retreat at St. Joseph Church

HUNTINGTON—The Catholic Daughters of The Americas Court in Huntington will sponsor a Lenten Retreat on Saturday, March 20 from 10 a.m. until noon. The topic will relate to St. Joseph….

Mrs. Moody’s Annual ‘Eggciting’ Project Underway

By Susan Moody, first-grade teacher at St. Patrick School in Weston Hatching chicks at St. Patrick School is something we all look forward to.  This project has been going on each…

Sisters of the Infant Jesus Continue Collection of Rosaries for Zimbabwe

CLARKSBURG—The Sisters of the Infant Jesus at Immaculate Conception Parish in Clarksburg are continuing their collection of rosaries (intact or broken) or religious medals to send back to Zimbabwe, one…