“It is with long life that you satisfy the Lord and show him your salvation.” Happy Birthday andbe blessed! —Psalm 91:16 Sandra Clements ~ 7, Ryann Maynard ~ 12, Victoria Baker ~ 17, Joseph P Williams ~ 20, Jane Hardesty ~27, Terry Phillips ~ 28
Mass Intentions – Guidelines from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston; Mass stipends are deposited in a separate checking account. If you are writing a check, please make it payable to St. Peter Claver. The current suggested level of giving is $20 for a weekend Mass or $10 for a daily Mass. Any offering, however, is most … [Read more…]
Fr. Chuck McGinnis is getting rehab after amputation of his left leg below the knee. If you would like to send him acard or note of encouragement his address is: Fr. Chuck McGinnis, c/o Good Shepherd Nursing Home159 Edgington Ln, Rm 200, Wheeling WV 26003. We pray the Lord heals him and continues to bless … [Read more…]
Richard Rohr’s Daily MeditationFrom the Center for Action and Contemplation – provided by Eileen Chwalibog Friday 6/12/2020 I was in the seminary when the Civil Rights movement transformed the political and cultural landscape of the United States. While I was more an observer than an active participant, I witnessed the courage and faith of the … [Read more…]
“Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20 (Year A) Today I took the liberty … [Read more…]
Connect with St. Peter Claver like never before. Stay up-to-date with what is going on in our parish throughout the week. With the myParish app you can receive and easily respond to messages from our parish. Enjoy many useful faith-building resources and features to complement your daily faith life, such as, Confession and prayer time … [Read more…]
Post by: Andy Chwalibog Members of our Parish that have been forced to miss the Sunday Eucharistic Celebration due to illness/injury/age can still reeve at home or in the hospital. As a parish community we have a responsibility to them to insure that they are not forgotten. The healing power of the Eucharist has long … [Read more…]
Want to review the readings for today’s Mass or preview the Sunday readings? CLICK HERE to visit the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops page and click on the “Today’s Readings: link.