Clubs & Ministries

Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima

The Blue Armyof Our Lady of Fatima meets and recites the Rosary each Tuesday at 12:30 P.M. in the church. The Blue Army of Our Lady of Fátima, now mostly known as the World Apostolate of Fátima, is a public international association of the Christian faithful that has as its general purpose "the promotion of the authentic teaching of the Roman Catholic Church and the strict adherence to the tenets of the Gospel; the personal sanctification of adherents through faithful adherence to the Message of Our Lady of Fátima and the promotion of the common good by the spreading of that Message of Fátima".

Catholic Daughters

First Tuesday of the month at 6:30 P.M. except July & January

Food Pantry

The ECCHO Food Pantry is located east of our Parish in Milton, WV. Our Parish collects food and dry goods for this ministry to "the poorest of the poor." Items can be left in the ECCHO cabinets in the vestibule of the church for pick up.

Faith Formation for Adults (Religious Education)

FFA (Adult Religious Education) meets Sundays from 9:45 - 11:00 A.M. in the Parish Hall. Open to adults (18 & over), this series dives into the tenants of our faith and what they should mean for us. Join Robert Hutton and Steve Kalonick on any Sunday for a rowsing discussion. For more information, email Robert Hutton.

Feed Your Faith

Held on Monday mornings at 10:00, this program challenges you to grow your faith. The program is repeated on Thursdays at 6:30 P.M., with all classes being held in the Parish Hall.

Hats and Scarves Ministry

The ladies of our parish meet on Mondays from 1:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. to share fellowship and work on their Hat and Scarves Ministry. They also use plastic bags to create "plarn" for waterproof mats for the homeless. If you know how to knit or crochet, please help the residents of Branches Domestic Violence Center, Ronald McDonald House,Golden Girls and the Huntington City Mission by knitting or crocheting a scarf for them. Scarf Project

Homebound Ministry

Our Homebound Ministry provides the most precious gift of the Holy Eucharist to those recovering from illness and surgery, and our elderly and homebound. We also attempt to provide friendship and a family connection to the church.

Hospitality Ministry

Our Parish offers Coffee & Doughnuts after Sunday Masses and Potluck Suppers for food, fun, & fellowship.

Knights of Columbus

Our newly formed Knights of Columbus Council #17096 encourages practicing Catholic men ages 18 to 80 to join us in service to our local Church and community. They meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 P.M. They work closely with the School along with the Church itself. For further information e-mail Randy Quimby or get information online at www.kofc.org.

Lazarus Ministry

The ladies of our Parish offer to host a luncheon for the funeral party for funerals held at our church. Call the Parish Office to volunteer.

Pro-Life Ministry

Our Parish supports the Right to Life of all persons at every stage of their lives. Forty Days for Life

Soul Core

Soul Core is a movement that combines core strengthening, stretching & functional exercises with the prayers of the rosary; a sensory experience combining candlelight,music, scripture, reflections & movement to nourish body, mind & soul and encourage deeper meditation on the mysteries & virtues of the rosary. Check the bulletin for the current Soul Core schedule.

Wailing Wall

In Jerusalem there is a section to the east of the old wall that once surrounded the ancient Temple called "The Wailing Wall." For centuries pious Jews would go to this area and write their urgent prayer requests on a piece of material and place the material within the cracks of the wall. They would stand there for hours and pray while others would come to the wall and take out the prayer requests that others had placed in the cracks and pray for them as a sign of solidarity and support for the person who was in dire need. Click to read more Wailing Wall.

Womens Group

Our Womens Group meets the first Monday of the month for a potluck and fellowship (except for January and July). The ladies work with the Hats and Scarves Ministry to support the homeless of our community by making waterproof mats for sleeping. The mats are made with "plarn" (plastic yarn) made from plastic grocery bags. Additionally, they support other service projects and sponsor the Annual Mother/Daughter Banquet in May.