St. Henry CCD Information and Registration

Monday, August 23, 2021

The parish CCD program (religious education for children attending public schools in grades 1-8) will begin on Monday, August 23, at 6:45 PM.  Registration forms were mailed last week to all returning families and to newly registered parish families with children of school age. Registration forms should be completed and returned by August 3. They may be sent to the parish office or dropped in the weekend collection in an envelope marked “CCD.”  If you
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127 Yard Sale

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Secure Your 127 Yard Sale Space Today! St. Henry Catholic Church is participating in the “World’s Longest Yard Sale” on Saturday, August 7, 2021. Rental spaces are available — 100% of space rental fee will be donated to St. Henry Catholic Church.  Rental fee is $25 per space — each space is two parking spots. Tables are not available for rent; vendors are welcome to bring their own. Have stuff for the yard sale?  If you would like to donate it
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Vacation Bible School

Monday, August 2, 2021

Vacation Bible School: "Treasured - Discovering You're Priceless to God" will take place the week of August 2-6 from 9:00 AM-noon each day. Register online or download the registration form. We are still in need of adult and high school/8th grade volunteers. If you can help, please contact Laura Ryan, lryan@sthenrynky.com or 859-727-2035.  
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 25, 2021

The 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time John 6:1-15 Jesus feeds the crowd of more than five thousand people with five barley loaves and two fish.   Through most of Lectionary Cycle B, our Sunday Gospel readings are taken from the Gospel of Mark. Over the past two Sundays, we heard how Jesus sent his disciples to share in his mission. If we were to continue reading Mark's Gospel, we would next hear his report of how Jesus feeds the crowds in the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves a
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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 18, 2021

The 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B Mark 6:30-34 Jesus invites his disciples to rest after their ministry, and Jesus is moved with pity for the crowds who pursue them. In this today’s Gospel, we read the report of the return of the Twelve, who were sent by Jesus to preach repentance, heal the sick, and drive out demons. When the Twelve return to Jesus, he invites them to come away from the crowds and rest. But the crowds will not give them peace. As the Twelve have sha
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Announcing Our Bishop-Elect

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

  On July 13, 2021, Bishop Roger Foys announced his successor, the Very Rev. John C. Iffert, who will be ordained and installed as the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Covington on Thursday, September 30, 2021. at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption.  Bishop Foys made the announcement at a news conference Tuesday morning and introduced Bishop-elect Iffert to staff and the media. You can watch the entire conference here. The bishop-elect, age 53, joined the seminary in
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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 11, 2021

The 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B Mark 6:7-13: Jesus instructs his disciples and sends them to preach repentance. This week’s Gospel and the one for next week describe how Jesus sent the disciples to minister in his name and the disciples’ return to Jesus afterward. These two passages, however, are not presented together in Mark’s Gospel. Inserted between the two is the report of Herod’s fears that Jesus is John the Baptist back from the dead. In Mar
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The 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 4, 2021

Mark 6:1-6 Jesus is rejected in his hometown.   This Gospel immediately follows upon last week’s stories of the raising of Jairus’s daughter and the healing of the woman with a hemorrhage. It sets the context of our Gospel readings for the next two weeks in which Jesus will extend the work of his ministry to his disciples. Today’s Gospel describes what many believe to have been the typical pattern of Jesus’ ministry: teaching in the synagogue followed by
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The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Mark 5:21-43 ( shorter form, Mark 5:21-24,35b-43) Jesus heals a woman afflicted with a hemorrhage and raises Jairus’s daughter from death. For today’s Gospel, we continue to read from the Gospel of Mark. Last Sunday we heard about Jesus calming the storm, the first of four miracles that Jesus performs in the vicinity of the Sea of Galilee. Each of these four miracle stories offers us a glimpse at Jesus’ power. This week we hear about the third and fourth miracles, skipp
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The 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, June 20, 2021

The 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 4:35-41 — Jesus calms the storm. As we continue in Ordinary Time, our reading today is taken from the Gospel of Mark, the primary Gospel reading in Lectionary Cycle B. Mark's Gospel presents a vivid portrait of Jesus, whose words and deeds show that he is the Son of God. Today's Gospel describes the end of a day of teaching in Jesus' ministry. Jesus taught the crowd in parables and then offered explanations of these parables to his discipl
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