Welcome to Immaculate Conception Parish, a Roman Catholic Church nestled in the beautiful mountains of Clarksburg, West Virginia. We hope that our website provides you with the information you need to nurture and support your faith here in the parish and beyond.
If you are new to the parish we extend a special welcome to you and pray that you will find a warm home here. Please introduce yourself after Mass or feel free to stop by the Parish Office located in the Parish Hall directly behind the Church.
We invite all our parishioners to join fully in our life at Immaculate Conception Parish. We serve the community through worship, outreach, education, social activities, sacramental preparation, and comfort to the sick and those who mourn. Feel free to contact us if we may be of service to you in any way.
Rev. Casey Mahone, Pastor
Lenten Dinners and Stations of the Cross - Being held on Fridays during Lent (excluding Holy Week). . Dinners begin at 5:00 pm in the Parish Center. Stations of the Cross begin at 7:00 pm in the Church.
Soup and Scripture Session - Being held on Tuesdays during Lent (excluding Holy Week) in the Parish Center beginning at 12:00 pm (noon). Any questions, contact the Missionaries 304-641-4269.
LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES - BEGINNING AT 7:00 PM
Monday, March 12 - Immaculate Conception Church, Clarksburg
Tuesday, March 13 - St. James Church, Clarksburg
Wednesday, March 14 - St. Augustine Church, Grafton
Thursday, March 15 - All Saints Church, Bridgeport
1) Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday by everyone 18 years and older, who has not yet celebrated their 59th birthday. On a fast day, one full meal is allowed. Two other meals, enough to maintain strength may be taken, according to each one's needs, but together they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted, but consuming liquids, including milk and juices, is allowed.
2) Abstinence is observed by everyone 14 years of age or older. On days of abstinence, no meat is allowed. Note that when health or the ability to work is affected, the law does not oblige. Ash Wednesday, all Fridays during Lent and Good Friday are days of abstinence. If a person is unable to observe the above regulations due to ill health or serious reasons, other suitable forms of self-denial are encouraged.