News & Announcements

October 5 is the first night of family formation. All students K-6 along with their parents please attend.

We would like to welcome our new

Faith Formation Director Caleb Carrlson.

Contact information is:   

218-457-0987 or religioused@st-henrys.org

Join us for a Pro-Life Rosary the

First Saturday of the Month

9:00 am—St. Henry’s Church

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Thank you to all who helped in any way to make St. Henry’s Summer Festival a success.  Due to your generosity and hard work, our parish raised over $22,800!

All girls ages 6-18 are welcome to attend the JCDA Kickoff Party this Sunday, September 25, from 11:15AM-1:15PM in St. Henry's Church Basement. There will be games, food, a craft, and fun! 

We will be making Hearty Vegetable Beef Soup this year for a fundraiser.  We are in need of vegetables:  carrots, onions, celery, cabbage, potatoes, etc. If you have any you would like to donate, please bring them to the church basement from now—October. Proceeds will go to the new kitchen.  Thank you!

 

The Parish of St. Henry

extends congratulations to

Hank Francis

son of MacKain & Kelli Stoll

who received the Sacrament of

Baptism on September 18th

                                    If you're interested in joining the Catholic Church or if you are Catholic and want to learn more about                                            your faith, then sign up for RCIA classes at the Church. Classes will be held every other Thursday                                                  beginning in October. There is no cost for these classes. Please register on the parish website or stop in                                         the office or call Lisa at 320-304-1975. 

Children’s “Little Liturgy” and Music Time

Come join the fun—engage with your child during music exploration and simple, fundamental religious education. This is intended to be a “mommy and me” religion enrichment time—a time to sing, dance, and learn alongside your child in a fun and casual “circle time” manner.

Ages: suitable for all young children, especially engaging to children ages 1-4 (infants and older children welcome to join!)

Where: St. Henry’s basement

When: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, beginning Oct 5th

Time: 8:30-9:00am, before Children’s Adoration Hour **Parent/adult asked to be in attendance with their child(ren) **No fee —Text/Call Karlee Werner if planning to attend 218-849-6415

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A Marriage Encounter Weekend is a private weekend away from life's distractions that allows a husband and wife to focus on each other. The next available Weekends are Oct 29-30, 2022 in ALEXANDRIA, MN and Oct 7-9, 2022 in Buffalo, MN. Early registration is highly recommended.  For more information visit our website at: northmnwwme.org or contact Miki at applications@northmnwwme.org or 507-227-8229.

NATIONAL EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL

Check out the newly updated webpage at stcdio.org/eucharistic-revival/. Here you will find news, resources, events and happenings, adoration times and locations and information about the people involved in this initiative. There are many ways to be a part of this endeavor, whether through prayer or action. Contact us with ideas and questions at eucharisticrevivalstcloud@gmail.com.

SAVE THE DATE – Oct. 5 – A Regional Ministry Gathering is being planned in Fergus Falls. This is a joint event with the Diocese of Crookston. Bishop Andrew Cozzens, bishop of Crookston and chair of the National Eucharistic Revival for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, will be the keynote speaker and will share with us his vision for the three-year initiative. More details to come. 

Adoration

We are looking for people to commit to spending a scheduled hour a week with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament at Adoration. Adoration is held on: Mondays: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Tuesdays: 9:30am – Wednesdays at 5:00 pm Thursdays: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm Fridays: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm As an “Adoration Guardian,” you can sign up for any hour with Jesus. We are trying to find 2 people per hour. Please prayerfully consider giving Jesus an hour of your week in Adoration. If you are interested, please call Debbie at 218-298-4461. The hours that are currently in need of another guardian are: Tuesdays from 9:00 PM-10:00 PM.

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The Northern Cross ACC Parishes

wish to extend deepest sympathy to

family and friends of

Carl Hofmann

who passed away recently.

Healing Hearts Ministry is a Christ centered, caring walk with any individual who is going through a difficult time. If you or anyone you know going through a difficult time and would like to visit, please contact, Judy Christopherson 218-298-0797, or Mary Schumacher 218-298-1569. 

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Dorothy Day House:  Help the homeless in our area by supporting the Dorothy Day House men's shelter in Moorhead, MN. They are currently in need of the following items:  Ziploc bags (gallon and sandwich); bath towels, winter hats, gloves and scarves; deodorant, men's underwear, plain white t-shirts, socks (these clothing items preferred to be new); disposable razors; sleeping bags; blankets and hygiene products. They are especially in need of backpacks, face masks, razors, deodorant, bottled water, coffee, and rain ponchos. For more information, see the website at www.churches.united.org or call Teresa Elkin 218-298-1274 or Cecile Guck 218-298-4386.  This will be an on-going effort.

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Congratulations to our Calendar Raffle winner this week.  9-23-22-Dorothy Kratzke-$100

Construction Update:  The gym flooring has been delayed into October at this time.  The crews are working on cosmetic repair to some of the block in the gym, so it was decided to delay the flooring until that is complete so we don’t harm the new flooring.  Landscaping will begin in the near future, possibly even this week.  Detail work on the inside is happening and the key card system is nearly up and running.  We are currently getting our storage spaces and library set up in the new building as well.

Gala of Light School Fundraiser 

• Saturday, October 1, 2022, 5:30PM at Lakeside Event Center

• Raffles and Live Auction throughout the evening. 

• Looking for donations for our event.

• Tickets are available for purchase in the Parish office.

Please contact Dawn Boyne (218-640-3662) for donations.

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Mr. Jason Smith, Principal

218-346-6190 or sthenryschool@arvig.net

Prayer Chain

To add a name to our prayer chain and/or prayer corner (must be a family member or have permission from the individual), or if you would like to be added as a pray-er, contact Ardith at 218-346-5345 or ardithaltstadt37@gmail.com.

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Text App to 88202

to download our parish app!

Search for

“Northern Cross Area Catholic Community”

Prayer Intentions

In the Narthex, by the Sacred Heart of Jesus statue, is a prayer intention box.  Each month, as a Healing Heart Ministry group, we will pray for your intentions that are placed in the box.

Weekly Bulletin Email List

If you would like to have the bulletin emailed to you each week, please let us know by giving us a call at 218-346-4240 or by email at admin@st-henrys.org.

What is FORMED.org??

If you haven’t checked it out yet, now is the perfect time! Formed.org is a subscription-based website that our parish gifts to our parishioners. It contains a wealth of Catholic resources including MOVIES about saints, our faith and more, downloadable E-BOOKS, video-based study PROGRAMS to grow in your faith alone or with family or friends, AUDIOS to listen to, as well as KIDS programming! It is available on the web, via app on your mobile device and through Roku, AppleTV and more. Because it is subscription-based, you will need to sign up for an account to access it. Once you create an account, you simply log in to access the content. Go to Formed.org and click on ‘Sign Up’ and then ‘Sign up as a parishioner’. Enter ‘Perham’ in the search box and click on St. Henry. You will need a valid email address you have access to in order to sign up and to sign in. This is a great gift to help you learn more and grow in your faith, please take advantage!

A Message From a 100.3 FM Listener

A listener to our local Catholic radio station recently described the station as a “lifeline” and the radio programming as providing “so much good information about our faith from good sources.  It gives me strength and hope, and it does the same for so many others who I listen to when they call in to the programs that take live callers.” If you haven’t yet discovered 100.3 FM, tune in to the programming which runs 24/7. If you are already a listener, encourage your friends and family to share in this resource for personal faith enrichment and tool for evangelization.