Thank you for visiting our page. This page is a just the beginning for resources that are available to you. We will do our best to keep you updated on the Coronavirus updates from our Parish Office. God Bless.


Recently Archbishop Hebda noted that: …. seven of our clergy brothers tested positive for COVID and were in quarantine. This is the highest number of infected clergy at one time since the beginning of the pandemic. Please remember them in your prayers. COVID cases unfortunately seem to be increasing in many counties in the Archdiocese, and some hospital ICUs are strained beyond capacity. 

The Archbishop has asked us to consider taking stronger measures against COVID due to these reasons.  We feel that since we have so much space here at Saint Henry for people to spread out, we would like to focus on providing areas for those who would prefer more space.  Hence we will add chairs in the gathering space.  For those who need to use the gathering space during Mass for other reasons, please try to keep distance from those who are seeking this.  We will send someone with Communion to the gathering space during Communion time.  We will also add chairs around the back wall of the church in order to provide another option for seating with more space.  Ultimately we want everyone to be able to participate in the Sacrifice of the Mass so thank you for understanding!


Letter reguarding Liturgical Updates for Summer 2021 from Reverend Tom Margevičius, Director, Office of Worship with the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.

6/3/21 Dispensation Lifted, Return to Mass

Letter from Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda titled Return to Mass Letter. Click to read.

Back to Mass Statement from Minnesota Catholic Conference. Click to read.

5/28/21 Father Barnes offers update as social distance requirements are lifted.


5/19/21 Archdiocese FAQ on Returning to Mass (click text to view document)

Welcome back Video from Archbishop Hebda 5/14/21

Check out our YouTube video on Covid precautions we are taking.

The Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has published the following FAQ's in reguards to the Covid-19 vaccine.

Click here to read the FAQ's in English.
Clich here to read the FAQ's in Spanish.

Mass Times
Weekends: Saturday 5:00 PM (recorded),  Sunday 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM,  Sunday 1:00 PM Mass in Spanish
Daily: Tuesday 6:30 PM,  Wednesday-Friday 8:15 AM (recorded),  Fourth Thursday at the Nursing Home 9:30 AM


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Celebrating Mass from Home:
Saturday 4 PM, Tuesday - Friday 9 AM. Live on Facebook, then posted to YouTube.
Church of Saint Henry YouTube recorded Masses
Church of Saint Henry audio of Masses

Saint Michael Catholic Church Masses live streamed
EWTN TV Schedule, includes daily Mass
Relevant Radio program schedule. Mass will be celebrated each day at 1 PM ET on the Relevant Radio app, online and on the Father Rocky Facebook page. 
10 Things you should do until public Masses Return -Source National Catholic Register
4 Ways to invite Jesus into union with your soul. -Mark Mallett
Worship from home resources - OCP
Daily Readings can be found here -USCCB
Receive Holy Communion once during Easter season - Contact the Parish Office 763-295-2402

Father Sam Medleys Holy Week Retreat via Youtube at Our Lady of Corpus Christi.
Holy Week Retreat with Bishop Cozzens 
Archdiocese Coronavirus Updates: archspm.org/covid19
Act of Spiritual Communion -Unable to attend Mass? Use this prayer in place of Holy Comm
Dr. Edward Sri podcast, The Coronavirus and Missing Sunday Mass offers some insightful information on celebrating Mass within your home.
Great Catholic Content, search Father Mike Schmitz on YouTube
Stations of the Cross - www.catholic.org
Video Stations of the Cross - Ascension Presents with Fr. Mark Toups
Online Giving
This Synod Prayer Journal provides reflection on daily readings and their connection to the Synod through April 4, 2020.
Small group update: please suspend meeting with your small groups for the next two weeks. Program available on Formed.org

For help with things like food, transportation, medication access, mental health care, or services for seniors, visit co.wright.mn.us/948/Resources.

Other Televised Masses:
Article from Our Sunday Visitor: Does TV Mass "count"?
Live Mass from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame's campus in South Bend, Indiana.
10:00 AM ET every Sunday   9:30 AM ET Monday-Friday
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Live Mass from St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. 10:15 AM ET every Sunday
Spanish Masses:
8:00 AM, 5:30 PM, 10:00 PM ET every Sunday
San Fernando Cathedral
Live from San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas. 8:00 AM, 12:00 PM every Sunday

- Prayer Resources -

Liturgy of the Hours
Find morning, daytime, evening and night prayers online.

Pray the Rosary
Pray along with videos for all of the mysteries of the Rosary.

Light a candle online
Light a digital candle and share your prayer intentions from your home.


Pray for COVID-19 Anointing Corps, Patients, Families and Medical Support Teams 

Parishioners across the Archdiocese are invited to prayerfully support those who are suffering most intensely, usually in sterile isolation, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Text archspm-anointing to 55321 or visit eva.us/archspm-anointing to receive a text each time a COVID-19 Anointing Corps Priest is dispatched to give the Last Rites. Upon receipt of the text, those in this ministry commit to take a moment to pray: 

  • One Our Father for the patient who is in danger of death, as they prepare to meet our Heavenly Father face-to-face; 
  • One Hail Mary for the patient’s family and friends, asking the Blessed Mother, Our Lady of Sorrows, to intercede to comfort them; and 
  • One Glory Be in thanksgiving for the priest and for his protection, as well as the medical team attending to the patient. 

For more ways to pray for those affected by COVID-19, visit archspm.org/covid19prayers

4/17/2020 The Archbishop's perspective on not having public Masses. (click to read)


3/25/2020 Archdiocesan Statement regarding Gov. Walz's Stay at Home Order


3/24/2020 Wright County Resources
Wright County Resources During COVID-19 Outbreak Wright County Public Health maintains a list of resources to help residents
BUFFALO, MN – To support Wright County residents in this time of need, Wright County Public Health has established several resource listings accessible by the public.
For help with things like food, transportation, medication access, mental health care, or services for seniors, visit co.wright.mn.us/948/Resources. This is a local resource listing that is updated as often as possible. If you cannot find the information you need, text or call the Wright County coronavirus hotline at (763) 682-7607.
The Wright County coronavirus hotline is monitored Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. The hotline is for non-emergencies; if you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.
Questions specific to COVID-19, such as those about symptoms or getting tested, should be directed to the Minnesota Department of Health at (651) 201-3920. Questions about community mitigation (i.e. schools, child cares, businesses) should be directed to the State of Minnesota at (651) 297-1304.
Public Health staff are working diligently to identify local resources and continue to update the website as more information becomes available. If anyone is aware of additional resources that are not listed on the website, call or text the hotline.

3/24/2020 Official Medical Supply Drop Site -Church of Saint Henry

We are now a drop site for medical supplies.  Supplies will be sent to local Medical Care Centers. 
Supplies can be dropped of M-F 7 AM-4 PM inside door 2 (by admin office).


As I arise today,
may the strength of God pilot me,
the power of God uphold me,
the wisdom of God guide me.
May the eye of God look before me,
the ear of God hear me,
the word of God speak for me.
May the hand of God protect me,
the way of God lie before me,
the shield of God defend me,
the host of God save me.
May Christ shield me today.
Christ with me, Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me, Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right, Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit,
Christ when I stand,
Christ in the heart of everyone who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me.
-- Saint Patrick




3/12/2020 A letter from Archbishop Hebda to parishes