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 acts of healing. In his hometown of Nazareth, the people are amazed by what they hear, but they also cannot comprehend how someone they know so well might move them so powerfully.



Daily Readings
Lectio Divina
Children's Bulletin
Parish Bulletin
The Messenger: July 2, 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.

Monday, July 5

The parish and school offices will be closed. Both  offices will open on Tuesday, July 6, at 9:00 AM.


Tuesday, July 6

10:30 AM-Noon Vacation Bible School Meeting


Wednesday, July 7

7:30 AM Rosary for the Family/Church

10:00 AM Rosary Making/Wehage Hall


Thursday, July 8

10:30 AM-Noon Vacation Bible School Meeting

5:00-10:00 PM Bingo; volunteers needed!


Friday, July 9

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

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

Saturday, July 10

8:30 AM Church Cleaning

Parish News

The parish and school offices will be closed on Friday, July 2, and Monday, July 5, in observance of Independence Day. If you need a priest during that time, please call the parish office, 859-727-2035, and follow the prompts on the message.

This week's bulletin has an entire page on stewardship -- ways to share your time and talent with the parish: lector, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, church cleaning, CCD catechists/teachers, youth group volunteer, and more. Contact information is listed or you can call the parish office for more details, 859-727-2035. You can access the entire list here.

ACUE Collection this Weekend: 
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, CovingtonYour generosity to the ACUE collection helps our schools set new goals and celebrate new achievements. 


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