Welcome: Christ Renews His Parish Ladies' Retreat

Saturday, October 23, 2021

Are you struggling through the pandemic? Do you need time to refocus on your faith?   If you answered YES, we invite you to join our next Christ Renews His Parish experience!   Who: Open to all ladies of St. Henry Parish   Where: St. Henry Catholic Church   When: October 23/24, 2021 What is a CRHP Weekend? During our CRHP weekend, you will have the opportunity to hear inspiring testimonies, enjoy delicious meals, and explore your faith in a 3

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, October 17, 2021

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 10:35-45 (shorter form Mark 10:42-45) Jesus teaches that those who wish to be great must be the servant of all.   In today’s Gospel, James and John ask to be given seats of honor when Jesus enters into his glory. Once again, the disciples seem to be selective in what they hear Jesus say. They want to share Jesus’ glory, but do not appear to understand that his glory will be preceded by his suffering. Jesus notes their lack of understan

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, October 10, 2021

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 10:17-30 (shorter form Mark 10:17-27) A man with many possessions asks Jesus what he must do to gain eternal life.   In today’s Gospel, an unnamed man approaches Jesus and inquires about what he must do to inherit eternal life. Jesus replies that one must follow the commandments of the Law of Moses. The man acknowledges that he has observed all of these since his childhood. Jesus then says that only one thing is lacking: he must give his pos

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, October 3, 2021

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 10:2-16 Jesus teaches against divorce and welcomes the children. Today we continue to read from the Gospel according to Mark. For the past three Sundays, we have been hearing Mark’s reports of conversations between Jesus and his disciples. Recall that in Mark’s Gospel, Jesus uses these private moments to teach his disciples in greater detail about the Kingdom of God. Beginning with today’s Gospel, Jesus returns to Judea, Jewish territor

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, September 26, 2021

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 9:38-43,45,47-48 Jesus teaches that whoever is not against him is for him. Today, we continue to read from the Gospel of Mark. Recall that last week we heard Jesus chastise his disciples for their argument about who among them was the greatest. Jesus taught them that the greatest among them will be those who serve the least ones. In today’s Gospel, the disciple John questions Jesus about an unknown exorcist who was driving out demons in Jesus’

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, September 19, 2021

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 9:30-37: Jesus teaches his disciples that the greatest are those who serve all.   In today’s Gospel, we hear Jesus again predict his passion, death, and resurrection to his disciples. The setting here is important. Jesus and his disciples are preparing to journey through Galilee, a Jewish territory in which Jesus has already encountered problems with the Pharisees. Perhaps this is why Mark indicates that Jesus was trying to journey in secret. I

Ora et Labora: A Parish and School Initiative

Monday, September 13, 2021

"Two saints, St. Benedict and St. Henry, unlikely crossed paths and it was nothing short of a miracle!" ~Rev. Gregory J. Bach   September 13, 2021 This past weekend, St. Henry Catholic Church and School unveiled our plan to come together to revitalize the parish and school community in an environment of prayer and work. St. Benedict was a sixth century a monk who founded the Order of Saint Benedict. The order is better known today as the Benedictines. Benedict pulled

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, September 12, 2021

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 8:27-35: Peter declares that Jesus is the Christ, and Jesus teaches that those who would follow him must take up his or her cross. Today’s reading is the turning point in Mark’s Gospel. In the presentation of the life and ministry of Jesus found in the Gospel of Mark, the deeds of Jesus have shown Jesus to be the Son of God. Yet many, including Jesus’ disciples, have not yet realized his identity. In today’s Gospel, Jesus asks t

That Man Is You: The Fight of Faith

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Calling All Men!!  Join the Fight of Faith!! We enter our third year of That Man Is You (TMIY) on September 8.  All men are invited to join us no matter what your previous involvement has been.  During our first two years, we have learned what it takes to be a man of God and a spiritual leader in our time.  We have faced many challenges over the past 18 months which we have fought through together to continue our journey to be men of God.  Now we are able to come

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