A Catholic Community Growing Disciples in Owasso, Oklahoma

Faith Formation

Click on the picture above for great resources! 
Pentecost Coloring Page
Faith Formation Resources for the Day of Pentecost
Our Lady of Fatima
Our Lady of Fatima for Kids (printable, crafts, recipes, & more!)
Saints, Mass, Faith, Food and Fun! 
Which Saint are you? Take a quiz & find out! You can even print out a lesson plan, poster, and prayer cards based on your answer! 
Great Saint of the Day app for kids
On May 1st, we will Renewing our Consecration to Mary, Mother of our Church. 

***We dedicate the month of May to Mary so I wanted to share with you some ideas is how you can celebrate all month long!***

Father Mark-Mary of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in New York teaches us about ways to get closer to Mary.

Marian Devotion 101

Why do Catholics Love Mary?

Here is a YouTube video that explains how you can have a May crowing celebration in your backyard or your living room. Recipes you can make are here and here. And a yummy cookie recipe! 

10 Ways to Honor May During Quarantine

Catholic Icing has great ideas on how you can make a Mary garden, an altar, coloring sheets, crafts and more recipes. More Marian coloring pages here. 

Let's make our own Marian shrine! Look to Him and be Radiant  has complete instructions with pictures! Just click on the link and download the file. 

Make a Mary diorama!

Why do we devote a whole month to Mary plus some? Click here to find out! 

31 Crafts for Mary 

Here are prayers that we can ask for Our Blessed Mother's Intercession  and how to pray the rosary. 

Formed has a great selection of Marian content. 

Getting to know Mary. In this activity, you look up various Bible passages to understand who Mary was. Download the form here.  

PowerPoint of Mary- learn through images, scripture, and reflection questions! 

Whatever it is that you chose to do, please share it with us by sending a picture to my email! We would like to share it on our Facebook page for all our parish family to see! Let's show our love and devotion for Mary by filling  up our timelines with happy & joyful Marian dedications. 

The goal of St. Henry Faith Formation for children and youth is to support parents as they raise their children in the Catholic faith.  We provide formation for preschool thru Confirmation at the following times:

Children's Liturgy of the Word serves preschool children who are 3 years old by September. Children are dismissed from 10:00am Mass after the opening prayers. They listen to the Liturgy in the Old Parish Hall and return during the offertory. 

Kindergarten-4th grade meets on Sunday Mornings, 8:30-9:45. 

5th - 7th grade meet for youth group on Wednesday evenings at 5:30 and Faith Formation from 6:30-7:45 

8th grade - Confirmation meet for youth group on Wednesday evenings at 6:45 and Faith Formation from 7:30-9:00

For more information about classes and registration please call the parish office or e-mail the following: 
Children and youth faith formation Laura Valdez or Kathy Hendricks

Parent Involvement

We welcome and encourage parents and our parish to be involved in our ministry to children and youth! We are diligent in our efforts to provide a safe environment for children and youth at St. Henry. All adults and youth 9th grade and older who work with younger children must complete a background check and safe environment training online.  Contact Denise at [email protected] or 918-272-3710 for more information

Interested in teaching or assisting in a classroom? Contact the Faith Formation Director by email at [email protected] or 918-272-3740.

Wednesday evenings are hopping at St. Henry! We need many adults to help make our building safe as hall monitors and chaperones. Adults also help cook and serve meals to the youth. It’s a great place to be and well worth your time to be involved on Wednesday evenings! Click here to see the schedule and sign up.



Sacrament Preparation




Rite of Christian Initiation for Children and Teens (RCIC and RCIT) is a program for
children/ teens between the 3rd grade and juniors in High School who have not been
baptized or who are baptized but have not received their 1st Holy Communion. Whether
your family is just entering the church, is returning after time away, has decided to delay
the children’s sacramental preparation, or any other circumstances, all are welcome.
Being part of a faith community helps to support our faith so Children/ Teens must attend
one year of Faith Formation before beginning sacrament classes. Please contact the
faith formation director for more information.