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, skipping the second miracle, the healing of a man from Gerasene who was possessed by a demon.


Daily Readings
Lectio Divina
Children's Bulletin
Parish Bulletin
The Messenger: June 18, 2021 (published bi-weekly during the summer)
St. Henry Catholic School

With the COVID19 restrictions lifted, there are many opportunities to volunteer in our parish. If you have questions about any of the activities, call the parish office, 859-727-2035, or email the contact listed.

Tuesday, June 29

10-11:30 AM      Vacation Bible School Meeting

7:00-9:00 PM     High School Youth Group

Wednesday, June 30

7:30 AM             Rosary for the Family

Thursday, July 1

10-11:30 AM Vacation Bible School Meeting

5:00-10:00 PM Bingo

Friday, July 2

8:00-9:30 AM Faith & Family Friday

July 3/4

All Masses ACUE Mission Collection


Parish News

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. Download and print the registration form or register online, We are still in need of adult and high school/8th grade volunteers. If you can help, please contact Laura Ryan, or 859-727-2035.

Bulletin cover art work needed! Children and adults are invited to submit a drawing of St. Henry which will be featured on the July 11 bulletin cover. The winning drawing will be chosen by our priests and the artist  will receive a $25 spirit wear voucher for the fall spirit wear sale hosted by our parish school. Drop off entries to the school or parish office or in the collection no later than July 5. Contact with any questions.

Faith & Family Fridays
We started our Faith & Family Fridays this week. Parents and their children were invited to the 8:00 AM Friday Mass followed by breakfast, reading/discussing Sunday's Gospel, and fellowship. It's a great way to see friends at Mass and spend some time with them after Mass! All are invited to join us next Friday!

ACUE Collection July 3/4

The Alliance for Catholic Urban Education (ACUE) is a group of six urban elementary schools within the Diocese of Covington: Holy Cross, Latonia; Holy Family, Covington; Holy Trinity, Bellevue and Newport; Prince of Peace-Covington; St. Anthony, Taylor Mill; and St. Augustine, CovingtonIt was formally organized in 2006 by Bishop Roger Foys to increase the efficiency of the schools and make sure that a quality Catholic education is available for all children.  It is found that students graduate from ACUE schools with a good academic foundation for high school, self-discipline, and a strong sense of community; they benefit from smaller class sizes, personal attention, and family-like atmosphere; peaceful, structured school environments give students a sense of stability. Please consider the impact your support will have. There are many families within our ACUE school system who need your help. Your generosity to ACUE next weekend helps our schools set new goals and celebrate new achievements. 




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