Welcome to the Parish Communities of

Greene County

Our Lady of Consolation, St. Ann,

St. Hugh, St. Ignatius, St. Marcellus,

St. Mary's, St. Thomas 

and Sacred Heart 


We are the caring, healing, vibrant Catholic Eucharistic faith communities, who celebrate and promote the Divine Mercy of God through prayer and service.

We proclaim Christ - yesterday, today and forever greater through a variety of liturgical, devotional, musical and educational experiences.

Jesus, We Trust In You

in our ongoing process of bridge building and community making.


District Confirmation "Meet & Greet"

Thank you for all who participated in the 
District-wide Confirmation "Meet & Greet" on Sunday, Oct. 15, at Ten Mile Creek Park.
Special thanks to
Deacon Tom, Father John & Father Francis for celebrating Mass,
the band "Witness" for providing music during the Mass, and
the Knights of Columbus for the delicious food.

ROSARY ~ Respect Life Month

Please join us in praying the ROSARY...

 Sun., Oct. 22, Rosary Youth / Family Program after 8:30 am Mass ~ St. Ann
“Sunday With The Church Lady” is a youth program hosted by Irene Jacobs (aka: The Church Lady) after 8:30 am Mass for all children of St. Ann. The program occurs at the same time as CCD at St. Ann, and it is intended for the entire family. The next “Sunday With The Church Lady” will be on Sunday, October 22, 2017, and the theme will be the Rosary, history and a craft. Please sign up for this event by October 15th at St. Ann CCD.

Mon., Oct. 23, CCD Living Rosary at 5:00 pm ~ St. Hugh 
A Children’s Living Rosary for World Peace 
will be held Monday, October 23, during Elementary CCD at St. Hugh. All classes report to their classrooms at 4:30 pm. All classes will meet in the church at 5:00 pm. Family members are cordially invited to join in praying our Living Rosary at 5:00 pm in St. Hugh Church.

Sun., Oct. 29, ST. MARY’S CEMETERY ROSARY WALK at 12:00 Noon in Crucible
The Rosary Walk for our beloved deceased at St. Mary’s cemetery will be held Sunday, October 29, at 12:00 Noon. Parishioners from all churches are invited to come pray and participate.

40 Days of Life


Christians throughout Pittsburgh and surrounding areas are invited to take part in the international 40 Days for Life campaign (Sept. 27 thru Nov. 5). The mission of 40 Days for Life is to unite the Body of Christ in the spiritual battle to end abortion. Through 40 Days for Life, 13,305 lives have been spared from abortion, 154 abortion workers converted and 86 abortion facilities have closed! Join us for 40 days of prayer & fasting and a peaceful vigil held every day from 7am - 7pm in front of Planned Parenthood at 933 Liberty Ave.

To find out more about how you can be involved, go to www.40daysforlifepittsburgh.com or www.40daysforlife.com/Pittsburgh. Contact Susan David, 412-651-2782, smfreedy@aol.com.

Tuesday, October 24, from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm ~ Planned Parenthood in Pittsburgh, PA

The St. Ann Respect Life Group will be headed to Pittsburgh on Tuesday, October 24th, to continue their efforts for 40 Days for Life. They will be having a 4 hour prayer vigil from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm. If you are interested in joining, please contact Kim S. Cardella at 724-499-5268. They will meet in the parking lot by Big Lots in Waynesburg for those who would like to ride share.
More details will follow in upcoming bulletins.

On Sunday, October 1, Respect Life Sunday, tens of thousands of pro-life people gathered beside main streets across the United States, prayed and peacefully showed solidarity for the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death. Thank you to all who participated.


Our Lady of Consolation

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St. Ann

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St. Hugh

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St. Ignatius of Antioch

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St. Marcellus Church

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St. Mary's

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St. Thomas

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Sacred Heart

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Mass Times

4:00 pm -- St. Thomas, Clarksville
4:45 pm -- Our Lady of Consolation, Nemacolin
6:00 pm -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels
6:00 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg

8:00 am -- St. Mary's, Crucible
8:30 am -- St. Ann, Waynseburg
9:30 am -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels
10:30 am -- St. Marcellus, Jefferson
11:00 am -- Sacred Heart, Rices Landing
11:15 am -- St. Ann/Waynesburg University Mass
4:00 pm -- St. Ignatius, Bobtown

Daily Masses:
8:00 am -- St. Ignatius, Bobtown T, TH
9:00 am -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels M,T,W,TH,F
9:00 am -- St. Thomas, Clarksville M, W
12:15 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg F
6:30 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg W

Please see the bulletin for weekly adjustments

Confessions, Saturday:
St. Ann, Waynesburg: After Mass or by Appointment
St. Hugh, Carmichaels: 11:00 to 11:30 am, also by appointment
St. Thomas, Clarksville: 3:30 pm, First Saturday of each month at Noon.
Our Lady of Consolation, Nemacolin: One half hour before evening Mass

Please consult Calendar of Events for Mass Schedule on Holy Days of Obligation




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Office Hours

St. Hugh & Our Lady of Consolation Parish Office:
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

St. Ann Parish Office:
Monday through Friday: 8:30 am to 4 pm

St. Thomas Parish office:
Monday, Wednesday & Fridays: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm