Sacrament of Baptism Celebrated in Two Ways:
The Rite of Baptism for Children is for newborns and
children who have not reached catechetical age. To
prepare for the Baptism of a child parents are asked
to attend a Baptism Class. For more information,
please call Paula Proctor at 352-2259 x133 or email
are performed at one Mass per month, rotating
through the 5pm, 9am, and 11am Masses. Families are
encouraged to have their children baptized at these
Masses as the preferred way, but it will optional.
Baptism and Baptism Class Schedules:
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is for children who have reached catechetical age as well as for adults and information can be obtained at
Sacrament of First Holy Communion
The sacrament of First Holy Communion is arranged
through St. Henry School, for those enrolled in the
school; through the Religious Education Program, for
those enrolled in that program; and through the RCIA
program for all others.
Sacrament of Confirmation
The Sacrament of Confirmation is arranged through St. Henry School, for those enrolled in the school; through the Religious Education Program, for those enrolled in that program; and through the RCIA program for all others.
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The Sacrament of Reconciliation
is scheduled as follows:
3:30PM - 4:45 PM
Reconciliation room located in the back
of the chapel
After 6:30 AM Mass
After 8:00 AM Mass
*Wednesday Reconciliation is available when there is
a Mass, no Reconciliation when there is a Communion
Sacrament of Matrimony
Preparation is required for all weddings. Please notify a priest at least four months before the wedding. For scheduling call the Church Office at 352-2259. Advent and Lent are Penitential Seasons. Weddings are discouraged during these seasons.
CLICK HERE for Wedding Guidelines
CLICK HERE for Fellowship Hall Guidelines
additional information contact Michelle Strebel at
the church office, 352-2259.
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Sacrament of Holy Orders
The laity are encourage to participate in the
celebration of the sacrament of Holy Orders as
described in Section 1572 of the Catechism of the
"Given the importance that the ordination of a
bishop, a priest, or a deacon has for the life of
the particular Church, its celebration calls for as
many of the faithful as possible to take part. It
should take place preferably on Sunday, in the
cathedral, with solemnity appropriate to the occasion..."
The faithful are encouraged to pray for vocations to
the priesthood and deaconate. Groups dedicated to
this purpose at St. Henry include the Serra Club.
For more information, see the Vocations website at
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Please call the Parish Office (352-2259) as soon as you or someone in your family schedules surgery, hospitalization or suffers a serious illness or injury. Please do not delay in this prayer for Christian healing.
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Other Topics Related to Sacraments
By encouraging men and women to aspire to the priesthood and religious life, these Catholic lay persons try to fulfill their own vocation to service through several functions throughout the year. Membership is open to all adults who wish to affirm and support seminarians and those in the ordained and vowed ministry.
Contact Information: Bob Loedding 662-2373 or
of Christian Burial
In the face of death, the Church confidently
proclaims that God has created each person for
eternal life and that Jesus, the Son of God, by his
death and resurrection, has broken the chains of sin
and death that bound humanity. The celebration of
the Christian funeral brings hope and consolation to
the living. From the Order of Christian Funeral The
time of death of a loved one is a time of sorrow and
sadness. St. Henry church and Staff want to assist
you in any way possible. You may download this
booklet and form to help you make the arrangements
for the burial or memorial service for your loved
for Christian Burial Booklet
CLICK HERE for Funeral Planning Form
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