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.



SATURDAYS (Vigil Mass) 
4:00 PM St. Ann, Waynesburg
5:00 PM St. Hugh, Carmichaels 

8:30 AM St. Ann, Waynesburg
9:30 AM St. Hugh, Carmichaels
10:30 AM St. Marcellus, Jefferson
11:15 AM Sacred Heart, Rices Landing
11:15 AM  St. Ann, Waynesburg ~ For the Students of Waynesburg University 
4:00 PM St. Ignatius, Bobtown

Sacrament of Reconciliation / Confessions
St. Ann: After the 4:00 pm Saturday Mass
St. Hugh: After 5:00 pm Saturday Mass
St. Marcellus: After the 10:30 am Sunday Mass
St. Ignatius: After the 4:00 pm Sunday Mass

**Please note that these Mass & Confession Times are subject to change based on visiting priests availability. 

Welcome Fr. Albin McGinnis to Greene County Parishes!

This week we welcome Fr. Albin McGinnis to the Catholic Communities of Greene County. He will begin his new assignment here on Monday, October 15th. Fr. Al is not a stranger to Greene County, he served in the parish of St. Ann several years ago. He is accustomed to “Greene County” and it’s rural roads and country scenes! Welcome Fr. Al to our neck of the woods! May God bless you and Fr. Frazer as our team ministry and as we move forward in coming together as one body in Christ. God Bless you!

Respect Life Events

St. Ann
Tuesday, October 23 ~ from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm  in front of Planned Parenthood in Pittsburgh
We need volunteers for 40 Days for Life on Tuesday, October 23rd, to peacefully pray with us in front of Planned Parenthood in Pittsburgh on Liberty Ave (a safe, very visible, and well travel neighborhood) from 1- 5pm. We will be caravanning from Big Lot parking lot at 11:30 am, and have room for anyone who doesn’t want to drive. We will be taking breaks in shifts as there are places to eat, and use the bathroom within walking distance.
As a part of the 40 Days for Life campaign we are joining with other churches and volunteers in the Pittsburgh area, throughout the country, and world, to pray and fast for unborn children, mothers and fathers, as well as abortion workers. 40 Days for Life trusts in God’s promise of mercy and love, that God hears our prayers, and that the best way to bring about change is through love, prayer and fasting. 40 Days has been so successful in saving lives and supporting mothers who want a choice other than abortion. Please help us make a difference. Help us be a visible sign of God’s love in a very dark place. Wherever there is great evil, God pours out even greater grace. We have truly felt His grace and presence with us as we pray in front of Planned Parenthood. For more information or to sign up call Kim Cardella, 724-499-5256.


SAVE THE DATE ~ MARCH FOR LIFE in DC on Friday, January 18, 2019
More information coming soon!

Support Needed ~ Greene County

Greene County Catholic Ladies Guild will be selling raffle tickets for a full/queen quilt, donated by Betty Collage and Bob Fulman after Masses throughout our Greene County Parishes in September and October.
Tickets will cost $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00 and the drawing date will be Sunday, October 21, 2018
For more information, please contact Debbie Springer at 724-344-4975.
Proceeds will benefit the Greene County Catholic Ladies Guild.

Substitutes are needed for the St. Ann Preschool. Must have 2 years child care experience and be willing to get all clearances and take all online courses in accordance with our Safety Environment Policies. Please contact the St. Ann office at 724-627- 7568 if interested.

Lottery & Money Tree ~ Drawing: November 19th
Chance to win: $250 in lottery tickets and $250 in cash
Donation per ticket: $3.00
Sponsored by: Hospitality Committee
Tickets will be available for purchase following all weekend masses at St. Hugh and Sacred Heart beginning October 27 & 28. Anyone interested in purchasing a ticket from the other parishes, may call the parish office at 724-966-7270.

Upcoming Events ~ Outside of Greene County

OVERFLOW ~ Live in the Abundance of Grace
Saturday, October 27th, 2018
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Pittsburgh Int’l Airport
Join speakers Barbara Heil, Fr. Boniface Hicks, OSB, Andrea Thomas, and Sr. Bernadette, DLJC for a day full of inspiring talks, building community with other women, and Mass with Bishop David Zubik! Come and reflect on how God calls us to cultivate a space in our lives where He can pour His love into us, where He empowers us to operate not out of an empty tank, but out of the OVERFLOW of His Holy Spirit and His grace!
Register today at www.cwfpitt.org/register.

Catholic Charities is hosting the annual LOVE WALK on Sunday, November 4th, 2:00 PM at St. Peter’s Parish on the North Shore (720 Arch Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212).  The event will begin with praise and worship led by Jonah Soucy, followed by Mass with Fr. Mike Ackerman, and concluding with the walk itself. Youth will have the opportunity to learn more about practicing and living out works of mercy as well as show their support for the needy. Items to donate include hats, scarves, gloves, coats, as well as diapers and wipes. The walk will end with a fellowship and refreshments at Catholic Charities’ welcome center!  Click here for more information or to donate (under "Walk Sign Up"). For questions and ways to support, contact Brendan Avila at 412-456-6969 or bavila@ccpgh.org.

On the day after Thanksgiving, thousands are expected at David L. Lawrence Convention Center to sing, pray, celebrate and pack over one million meals for the hungry. This is the second annual “Amen to Action” event which inspired over 3,000 volunteers in November 2017 to pack 1,014,366 meals for their Pittsburgh community.  Meals were packed using a system developed by the Meals of Hope organization then delivered to those in need through the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.  The event sold out and broke records for packing the most meals in one day in a single location. 
“Amen to Action” was founded by a group of Pittsburgh clergy and lay leaders with the shared vision: “to connect people of all faiths, creating a platform of harmony and amassing spiritual capital more potent than all the coal in the hills and steel in the mills—and in so doing, lead Pittsburgh to become a spiritual power plant for the rest of the world.”  The Amen to Action team invites the community of Pittsburgh to register and/or donate to the 2nd annual “Amen to Action” event taking place on Friday, November 23rd at David L. Lawrence Convention Center. For more details visit https://www.amentoaction.org.

Magnificat Pittsburgh prayer breakfast on Sat., Nov. 17, from 9 a.m.
to Noon at the Marriott, (Rt. 228) Cranberry Twp. (New Location). Hear Emily Stimson Chapman tell a faith journey you won’t forget. A nominal Catholic with little catechesis, she left the Church, being drawn to Evangelical Christians. She returned to Catholicism after she was challenged to learn about the Catholic faith and Scripture. She struggled with anorexia but then encountered the Theology of the Body which redeemed her relationship with food and helped her rediscover the Eucharist. She waited to find her husband and then waited through an adoption process she called beautiful and terrifying. Emily is a Catholic writer, book author, blogger, and speaker. Emily’s husband is Chris Chapman who works for the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Secretariat for Leadership Development and Evangelization. 
To register, call Pam, 412-461-
8906 or Kay, 724-772-6749 or go to www.magnificatpittsburgh.org. Registration
deadline is Nov. 9. Cost of the breakfast is $23. 

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