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Adult Faith Formation

St. Henry Parish provides several opportunities throughout the year for adults to continue learning and developing their faith through a variety of Bible or other religious studies. For more information and to see a list of current studies, please click

Confirmation Preparation- Jen Sens Email

Confirmation Preparation provides the opportunity for those wishing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation to study and reflect on the meaning of Christian discipleship and the effects of Confirmation in light of their own personal faith journeys. At St Henry, our program is designed especially for students in the 7th grade, though students through high school needing Confirmation are also invited to participate. The program involves a series of sessions, a retreat, and service projects. The program is ran by our Director of Youth Evangelization, Jen Sens. Registration begins in late summer, and Confirmation occurs in late spring. For more information, please click Adults wishing to receive Confirmation should contact the RCIA team for more information.

Parish School of Religion

The Parish School of Religion ministry’s primary responsibility is to assist parents and families in the growth and development of their children’s faith. This is done through a Catholic religious education program where children meet once a week during the school year. This program serves children from preschool through eighth grade. Classes typically meet on Sundays at 9:15-10:30am at Bishop Leibold School, September through May. There are also special events throughout the year that meet at a different time. Click here for the Parish School of Religion Page.

First Communion Preparation

Students in the second grade or higher wishing to receive their First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion participate in a program for both students and parents to prepare for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist. Participation in a faith formation program is also required. First Communion is usually celebrated in second grade but accommodations are made for any older child who desires these sacraments. For more information on First Communion, please click