Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 1:55 PM
4 pm Mass, Saturday Vigil by reservation only! Call 233-2423 before 4 pm Friday's
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Read the daily quote from Pope Francis

 

Welcome Bishop Michael McGovern!


It's official!
As our new Bishop shows the papal mandate to the people.

Bishop McGovern's Blessing


YOU COULD WORSHIP with ST HENRY
EVERY SUNDAY 8:30 AM 

LIVE STREAMING AVAILABLE
 SUNDAY MASS 

 Sunday Mass at St Henry 

Father Ken hopes to have enough volunteers to assist in the
celebration of the Mass on 
Saturday 4 pm Mass (reservaton required) and
Sunday 8:30 am live stream Mass no attendees

PLease call the rectory to make a reservation before 3 pm Friday
do not leave a message!
Volunteers needed to help usher, and/or clean after the 4 pm Mass.
RESERVATIONS ONLY! Call 233-2423

   We will meet for
Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesday
2:30-4:30 pm  Chaplet of Divine Mercy sung at 3 pm

THERE ARE VERY STRICT REGULATIONS FOR OPENING THE CHURCH
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE LIST! 

COVID TASK FORCE MEMBERS NEEDED
please call the rectory to volunteer  233-2423

REMEMBER IN PRAYER THOSE IN NURSING HOMES WHO ARE BEING 
ISOLATED FROM FAMILY FOR THEIR SAFETY

 

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Respect Life Corner- In the first reading, A reading from the first
Book of Kings, the Lord tells Solomon in a dream to ask for something and
“I will give it to you.” Solomon, thinking of himself not as a king, but as
a mere youth, asks for inner wisdom and a “listening heart.” This humble mindset is one that closely attends to the people near to him, so that
Solomon could understand the complexity of their situations, ultimately,
helping to discern right from wrong. The Lord was pleased that Solomon
did not ask for the usual requests: a long reign, wealth and/or defense
of his enemies. Instead, in humbleness, Solomon requested other riches
that are lasting: a heart and mind of empathy and understanding.
Think, Act, Connect and Pray- It is important that in our lives and in
our faith that we work to hold up, “dignify” all life from the unborn in
the womb to the elderly prisoner on death row. By recognizing that Christ
is in each one of us, we are able to think and act in ways that fulfill our
need for agape love. A love that does not discriminate. A love that is
there for each one of us because we all are God’s children. This week,
think of a way to bridge a gap. Say “hello” to someone you may not
normally greet. Smile and make eye contact with those around you.
Be open and watch new relationships form! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mass Schedule

 
Saturday 4 pm (reservation only)

Check the live stream
8:30 am  on
 Sunday's! on our Facebook page

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Confessions

by appointment
only.



EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
2:30-4:30 pm
Chaplet of Divine Mercy in Song
at 3 pm



 

Upcoming Events

 

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to link to the site.  

 

 

Spiritual Growth Seminars available at 
Our Lady of the Snows Shrine

 

National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

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