holy week services

 Holy week services will be live and recorded.  

The links will be below when it's time 


 Holy Thursday will be live at 7:00pm

Good Friday will be live at 7:00pm

Easter Vigil will be live at 7:00pm

Easter Sunday will be live (English) at 7:30am and

in Spanish at 1:00pm


Be prepared, get the readings from the USCCB link :

 http://cms.usccb.org/bible/readings/040920-lord-s-supper.cfm 


Holy week

Holy Thursday

Holy Thursday

Holy Thursday

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The word “Maundy” is derived from the Latin word “command.” The “Maundy” in “Maundy Thursday” refers to the command Jesus gave to the disciples at the Last Supper, that they should love and serve one another.

Good Friday

Holy Thursday

Holy Thursday

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But he was pierced for our sins,

crushed for our iniquity.

He bore the punishment that makes us whole,

by his wounds we were healed.

Isaiah 53:5

Easter Vigil

Holy Thursday

Easter Sunday

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Holy Saturday…in Silence we await.

Easter Vigil is the highest point of the Easter Triduum. This, the longest celebration in Catholic worship, proclaims Jesus’ triumph over the powers of evil and death. 

Easter Sunday

Domingo de Pascua

Easter Sunday

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Christ is Risen!

Alleluia!!!

Domingo de Pascua

Domingo de Pascua

Domingo de Pascua

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Cristo ha resucitado 

mail slot

Many of you have been asking how to deliver notes, cards, and church envelopes.  We have a solution.


The side door of the administration building, between the rectory and administration building now has a slot that anyone can use to drop off correspondence at any time.


As always, you can continue to mail to:

Holy Name Parish

511 Second St.

Henderson, KY 42420


Thank you for the many greeting cards and your continued support for Holy Name.  


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SCHOOL MASS, April 8, 2020

A special mass for children.   Click on link below. 

                                                                March 2020 

Greetings,

     With all the announcements and cancellations, I want to take this opportunity to assure you that you and your loved ones are in my and Fr. Gary’s prayers. We will be praying a private mass daily for your needs, the needs of the community and the mass intention. Know that even though we cannot visit the sick in the way that we normally would, if anyone is in great need we will do all that we can. 

     We will continue having our 7:30 am Mass on Sunday broadcast on the Radio, WSON, 96.5 FM.  Also, a link below will take you to a recording of Sunday, 7:30 am mass.  Remember it will be a private mass. 

     Let us keep one another in prayer and pray for a swift recovery from this pandemic so that we can celebrate as a community around the table of the Lord. 


Fr. Larry McBride

Messages

Fr. Larry McBride

March 16, 2020

Cancellations due to virus

Church and Parish Offices

Masses, and the parish offices will be closed from the public until further notice.  


The church will be available for private prayer from 9am - 7pm,   but the faithful are urged to practice social-distancing efforts to minimize their own and others’ potential exposure.  


If you know of a parishioner that is home-bound and has no one to check on them, call them often to talk, or shop for them.  You can call the parish office, 270-826-2096.


Holy Name will continue to assist with food pantry needs through the parish offices Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am - 11am.

Holy Name Elementary School

All school, including all activities, are cancelled until further notice.

For information concerning Grab & Go meals for school age children go to this link.  

KHSAA Policy Update - COVID 19

  

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA), who also governs middle school sports, released a statement today that all inter-scholastic sports in Kentucky are under a "Dead Period" until April 12th. This means there will be no games/practices/team gatherings until April 12th. School facilities may not be used for any athletics nor may athletes and coaches use off-site facilities. For those with high school athletes or 7th & 8th graders conditioning or playing at Kentucky high schools, this will apply to those activities as well.

Bishop William Medley

 For mandates from Bishop William Medley of the Owensboro Diocese go to this link. 

Coronavirus

  

There is much anxiety about the medical concern for our world today with Coronavirus.  Please do not panic . Those who like to learn from the internet, educate yourself from a reliable source.  I encourage  the Center for Disease Control for information  

Pope Francis's prayer during the Coronavirus (pdf)

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