We are a Eucharistic Body of believers sent forth by the Holy Spirit on a shared journey of faith. We invite everyone to join together in worship and ministry to become active disciples of Jesus Christ through His Holy Catholic Church.

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Newcomers: We are located at 1001 East 7th Street. St. Henry’s Catholic Church is a thriving parish. We are having new member registration on the Fourth Sunday at 11:30 AM. Please call Marj at 763.295.2402 for an appointment. Being registered means participating in the life of the community by coming to Mass weekly, and contributing your gifts of time, talent and treasure.

Current Events

Oct 20 Free Store drop-off

Oct 21 Free Store

Oct 21 KofC Annual Pork Chop Dinner after 5pm mass

Oct 30 Catholic Watchmen Guest Speaker

Nov 1 - All Saints Day Holy Day of Obligation. Masses at Noon and 7PM. Procession, Relics Display and Childrens all Saints day parade.

Nov 5 - KC Pancake and Sausage breakfast

Nov 11- CCW Holiday Boutique and Bake Sale 9AM-2PM

*New this year; Used Book Sale.*

Nov 12 CCW Holiday Boutique and Bake Sale after 8:30 and 10:30 Masses

Feb 24 Music Ministry Waffle Breakfast



Sharing Tree

The Monticello Community Sharing Tree is returning for 2017.  Click on the link below to view the application.

Sharing Tree Application


We now have podcasts!  Click on the link to listen to our podcasts.

Church of Saint Henry Podcasts

Here you will find Ann Medleys talk on 100 years of Fatima.

Mass Times

Tuesday 6:30 pm
Wednesday-Friday 8:30 am
Fourth Thursday - Nursing Home 9:30 am

Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am 10:30 am
Sunday 1:00 pm Mass in Spanish

Tuesday 5:15 pm
Friday 7:45 am
Saturday 3:45 - 4:45 pm

Sundays from 6:00 pm - Friday 11:59 pm


Formed is now available as an app for Apple products.  Search Formed in the app store.

Each month Formed.org releases new material.  This month we the announce the following:


In the News

Thank you for Saving Change for the Diocese of Kitui!

 Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the Kitui Living Water Program! So far, we have collected $5,182.64. This is outstanding! Your support makes it possible for our Archdiocese and the Diocese of Kitui to work together in partnership to address the desperate need in Kitui to preserve scarce rainwater. The people of Kitui provided manpower and know-how to construct five immense earthen dams and erect sixty 10,000-liter water tanks to capture the rainwater when it comes, while our archdiocese provided financial assistance through parishes’ and Catholic schools’ participation in the Easter “Living Water” catechetical program.

In response to the U.S. Bishops’ A Call to Solidarity with Africa, the Archdiocese of St. Paul/Minneapolis entered into a Solidarity Partnership with the Catholic Diocese of Kitui, Kenya, in 2004. Kitui is located in a semi-arid area in the eastern province of Kenya 100 miles east of Nairobi, with a population of about one million people, including over 240,000 baptized Catholics and approximately 430 mission churches. The goals of the partnership are Building Relationships, Sharing Resources and Strengthening Faith.

Many relationships are built through delegation visits from both Minnesota to Kitui and as well as Kitui to Minnesota. Over the years, there have been eight such delegation exchanges, which provide opportunities to experience each other’s culture, witness each other’s hardships, and celebrate each other’s joys.

Both sides accompany and strengthen one another in our respective faith journeys through an ongoing exchange of prayers with specific shared intentions.   Both sides pray for one another, recognizing our mutual dependence on God’s love.

          To learn more about the Kitui Partnership, google and/or youtube “Kitui and St. Paul/Minneapolis Diocesan Partnership.” Once again, thank you so much!



Our Parish as a School of Prayer

Fr. Tony publishes his prayers lessons.  Viewable under the Publications tab and by clicking on School of Prayer or here for a direct link.http://www.sthenrycatholic.info/School-of-Prayer

Kids Corner

What is the difference between your body and your soul?

Your body stays of Earth when you die.  Your soul goes to Heaven when you die. -Boy 10

Your soul is what makes you you.  Your body is the outside of your soul. -Boy 11

Soul is like a spirit, body is something on earth.  -Girl 10

Body is the outside and the soul is the inside part that goes to Heaven. -Boy 8

Your soul goes up to Heaven or if your bad you go down to Hell.  -Girl 9

My soul is kinda like a ghostly soul.  My body is like my skin.  -Boy 9

Your body can be harmed physically but your soul is more harmed by sins.  -Girl 12

Your soul goes up to Heaven and your body stays on the Earth. -Girl 6

Soul is your love. Girl 6

* The above are responses of our parish's youth.

Online Giving

Financial Update

Click on photo to view booklet.

Financial Corner



Sunday Offering

‘17-18 Budget   $930,000.00

Jul 1, 2017 – Oct 8, 2017 $221,715


“All for the Glory of God” Mortgage Update

Balance prior to campaign:        $5,124,017.00
Balance as of Sept. 25, 2017       $3,057,204.99


 Amortized payment (10/4/17)       $9,678.71

Campaign payments applied to loan (10/4/17)    $1,500.00

 Balance October 10, 2017            $3,046,026.28

Campaign Totals

Total pledged to date    $1,028,867.00
Total received and applied to mortgage $959,468



Building Maintenance Fund                                               

 Balance 10/10/2017       $13,861.68


Parish App

We are excited to announce the release of our new parish app! 

Free to download from:

Apple iTunes store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/church-st-henry-monticello/id1188762265?ls=1&mt=8

Google Play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.weconnect.sthenry1



Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 9:00 am-5:00 pm*
Friday 9:00 am-Noon

*Office is closed from 1:00-1:30 pm for lunch break

YouTube: St. Henry's Catholic Church


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Blog Summary

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The Invitation

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