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Parkersburg Catholic High School Students Partner with CCWVa in Reaching out to Those in Need

Courtesy Photo Parkersburg Catholic High School students stock Catholic Charities West Virginia’s Mobile Outreach and Wellness Works Food Pantry. PARKERSBURG—Parkersburg Catholic High School students have made helping the less fortunate…

PACE Conference Touted as Success

By Tim Bishop CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston’s PACE (Pastoral Administration & Collaborative Education) Conference is being touted as a great success by both diocesan officials and by those who attended….

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Beckley By Colleen Rowan At St. Francis de Sales Parish, Beckley, the dates for the rummage sale are July 1-2. … At Sacred Heart Parish, Princeton, Graduation Sunday is May…

Central Catholic Tennis Teams Enjoy New Courts at Former Mount de Chantal

Tim Bishop Photo The boys’ tennis team at Central Catholic High School in Wheeling enjoys the new courts at the former Mount de Chantal in Wheeling. The girls’ tennis team…

President of Jesuit Conference of U.S. & Canada Addresses WJU Graduates

WHEELING—Wheeling Jesuit University graduates were told their degree is not a model, make or brand, or something that can to be auctioned on e-Bay or appraised for its resale value…

Salt & Light Awards Presented in Fairmont

By Lynne Snyder FAIRMONT—The Central Region Advisory Council of Catholic Charities West Virginia (CCWVa), serving the Clarksburg Vicariate, hosted the 14th annual Salt and Light Awards at The Knights of…

Quo Vadis Camp Set for June in Huttonsville

By Colleen Rowan HUTTONSVILLE—Once again this summer, boys in grades five through eight are invited to a fun-filled week of camp, while exploring their Catholic faith. Set for June 20-23…

Five Reasons to work with West Virginia Catholic Foundation

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation’s endowment program has witnessed remarkable growth because the faithful in the Diocese see the many benefits of creating endowed funds that meet their stewardship goals….

Bishop Bransfield Encourages West Virginians to Embrace ‘Overall Message’ of Papal Encyclical

WHEELING—Bishop Michael J. Bransfield is encouraging all residents of the Mountain State to take time to fully read Pope Francis’ first encyclical, Laudato Si’, or “Praise be to you, my…