If you are new to St. Henry in the last 6 months or so, please join us in the Atrium ((same building as the parish office) on Monday, May 20th from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. The Wine & Cheese Open House is an opportunity to meet your pastor, Fr. Mark, Parish Council members, some heads of ministries and members of the staff in an informal setting. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
Our International Mass will be followed by a Pot Luck Dinner in the Fellowship Hall. Space is limited – please make your reservations now. Bring your favorite dish to serve 12 from your country of origin. Children are welcome to join us!
This year’s celebration will take place at the Vigil of Pentecost, June 8 — a fitting convergence of our many races, languages, and customs afire with the Holy Spirit. Following, there will be a communal meal by our parishioners who so generously share their heritage and stories by preparing and serving their native cuisines. And, there will be music, dancing, and a special guest speaker!
In years past, more than 40 countries — six of the seven continents — have been represented. You, too, are wholeheartedly encouraged to celebrate and share your roots.
To reserve your seats or for more information, contact Janet Catalano, 615-352-2259 or email@example.com.
Please take a moment to watch the Our Children, Our Future; A Vision for Saint Henry, with music and song by our own St. Henry Youth.
Thank you for supporting our effort to reduce our remaining debt from the Church, Chapel and Fellowship Hall building project. Each donation frees up funds to continue our mission to educate our children in the faith and in turn, hand on the faith to generations to come.
This past weekend, St. Henry held it's ‘One’ Body in Christ International Festival.
The weekend began with Bishop Spalding joining us for an international dinner and entertainment. Representatives of many different countries prepared the food that was enjoyed by all the guests.
At the international Mass there were than 40 countries represented carrying their flags in native costumes as part of the International Mass. The readings were recited in different languages, and the music and singers represented many of the countries. Then, food and fun from all over the world was enjoyed by many. We even had some members of the Nashville Soccer Club came by to sign autographs!
Thank you to all the many volunteers and participants who helped to make this wonderful event an experience to remember.
Bishop Spalding speaks to us about the important works of the Annual Appeal for Ministries and the many ways that your contributions are put to work, both throughout our Diocese and the communities in which we live. Thank you for taking the time to watch this video and for your generous support. You may donate directly online by going to the Diocese of Nashville website, www.dioceseofnashville.com.