If you think church is a place to visit on Sunday only, be prepared to have that idea challenged. At St. Henry one of the first things you will notice when you drop by the parish office during the week is how busy it is! Learn more >
St. Henry Catholic Church’s attention to religious education is an exception to the rule. Not only is our focus on children’s faith formation via classes and vacation bible school but we continue our faith journey with an outstanding youth ministry and confirmation program. Learn more >
St. Henry aims to share the Body of Christ in both our celebration of the sacraments and in the work we do in our community. Volunteers and prayer partners are the engines that drive the work of our community. Learn more >
Thank you, thank you, thank you… to everybody who helped to make this year’s Halloween party so much fun! Thanks to the Knights for manning the kitchen! Thanks for the Catholic Daughters for your cupcake baking skills! Thanks to Youth Ministry for setting things on fire, and for braving the wind to host the awesome Trunk or Treat! Thanks to the guests who took the leap of faith, and came out even though the weather looked weird! Double-plus thanks to everybody who came in an awesome costume! Thanks to the generous volunteers who helped up to pack up tables and chairs at the end! I had a great time, and I hope you did too!
Does your faith community have a position on this year's elections? Yes! But, it's not quite as easy as picking a party or a candidate. Rather, we rely on the power of our own well-formed and educated consciences working in concert with a set of particular guidelines to look at the whole picture of our social, political and economic landscape. We seek the highest available good, rather than the cynical "lesser of two evils."
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops offers us a summary of these guidelines in their document "The Challenge of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship."