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St. Boniface Spanish Mass-Regalaremos Biblias en Español
Misa Mensual – Domingos a las 4:30 pm- Celebraremos Misa en Español Iglesia San Bonifacio 326 Washington Blvd Williamsport con el Rev. Padre Neftalí Féliz Sena Cantos y Biblias gratis  ¡Te esperamos! los días: (Nov 14, Dec 12) There is a small but growing number of Catholics in town whose first language is Spanish. From that base, we are starting an outreach to give them a place to pray in comfort. Padre Neftali will be traveling from Hazelton to St. Boniface one Sunday per month to celebrate Mass at 4:30pm November 14th. Tell your frie...

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Soup of the Month -  Chicken Corn
The St. Boniface Activities Association will be selling homemade soups by the quart during the months of November, December, January, and February.  Every month we will feature a different soup. These soups will be made by our wonderful chef, Steve Orso.  He has been making our carnival dinners, fish dinners etc. for the last couple years and always gets rave reviews.   Soups will be available for pick up at the priest’s garage at St. Boniface or the St. Lawrence Parish Hall after all masses on the soup weekend. Our first soup weekend will be Novem...

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2021 Turkey Raffle Party
The St. Boniface Activities Association will be hosting the annual Turkey Raffle on Friday, November 19th in the school gym.  Tickets are available for purchase in the rear of the church this weekend or you can pick up an envelope at the exit doors.  We ask that you sell or buy the tickets.  Each ticket cost $1 and can be used to gain access into the actual turkey raffle as well as be placed into the drawings for Tony’s gift cards.  You do not need to be present to win.  If you would like more tickets or have any questions, please ca...

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Saint of the Week

Posted on October 21, 2021 in: General News

Saint of the Week
FEAST DAY: OCTOBER 28 Saints Simon and Jude Listed among the Twelve Apostles in the New Testament, Simon is “the Canaanite” to Matthew and Mark and “the Zealot” to Luke; Jude is “Thaddeus” to Matthew and Mark, “Judas of James” to Luke, and “Judas, not Iscariot” to John. After Pentecost, they disappear. However, according to Eastern tradition, Simon died peacefully in Edessa, while Western tradition has him evangelizing in Egypt, then teaming up with Jude, who had been in Mesopotamia, on a mission to Persia,...

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2021 Diocesan Appeal

Posted on October 20, 2021 in: General News

2021 Diocesan Appeal
Rising Together in Christ  These are challenging days for all of us. God’s love and grace lifts us up now more than ever. God also calls on us to share our gifts with others to build up the Kingdom of God. Your generosity to the Diocesan Annual Appeal reaches many of our friends and neighbors in need who depend on your charity and support to fulfill basic needs. This year’s Appeal theme, “Rising Together in Christ” reminds us that we are all together, connected to each other, living in faith to offer each other hope, love and sup...

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Annual Appeal

CEMETERY Fall Clean-up

Posted on October 08, 2021 in: General News

CEMETERY Fall Clean-up
CEMETERY NOTICE Now is the time for the FALL cemetery clean-up at St. Boniface Cemetery. Please remove personal items (pots, vases and other decorative items) that you wish to keep. Please remove by October 23rd, or they will be disposed of. We again ask that you follow the regulations posted in the cemetery. Thank you, the Cemetery Council.

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Synod of Bishops in 2023

Posted on October 07, 2021 in: General News

Synod of Bishops in 2023
Pope Francis is inviting Catholics – both in the mainstream of church life and on the margins – to voice their dreams, ideas and concerns in preparation for the Synod of Bishops in 2023. Pope Francis is scheduled to formally open the synod process with a Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica this Sunday, October 10. The bishop of every diocese around the world will then open the process in his diocese the following weekend. Bishop Bambera has written a new "Letter to the Faithful" of the Diocese of Scranton introducing the synod process and inviting...

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Start Online Giving Today

Posted on October 07, 2021 in: General News

Start Online Giving Today
Start giving online today! 1.Click on the online giving link. St. Boniface or St. Lawrence  2. Create an account. 3. Schedule your recurring gifts. Online Giving Parishioner Benefits • Secure and confidential. No need to share payment information with the church office. • Efficient. Set up direct withdrawals from your checking, savings account or a credit card. • Simple. Start, stop and change your contributions at any time. • Convenient. No need to write a check or have cash available. Online Giving is intended to be a co...

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National Shrine of Divine Mercy

Posted on October 05, 2021 in: General News

National Shrine of Divine Mercy
Join ladies of the Diocese for a day that will Refresh Your Faith! Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of Divine Mercy  in Stockbridge, Mass. Visit the National Shrine of Divine Mercy Stockbridge, Mass. Saturday, November 6 Presentation by Father Chris Alar Mass Rosary Divine Mercy Chaplet Shrine of the Holy Innocents Mother of Mercy Shrine Life-size stations of the cross Lourdes Grotto/Immaculate Conception Candle Shrine Fabulous Gift Shop Bus leaves the parking lot at the Shoppes at Montage 1035 Shoppes Blvd, Moosic, PA 18507 at 7:00am and ret...

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Respect Life Month

Posted on October 01, 2021 in: General News

Respect Life Month
October is Respect Life Month A Prayer to St. Joseph, Defender of Life Dearest St. Joseph, at the word of an angel, you lovingly took Mary into your home. As God’s humble servant, you guided the Holy Family on the road to Bethlehem, welcomed Jesus as your own son in the shelter of a manger, and fled far from your homeland for the safety of both Mother and Child. We praise God that as their faithful protector, you never hesitated to sacrifice for those entrusted to you. May your example inspire us also to welcome, cherish, and safeguard God’s most precious ...

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Message from the Bishop

Posted on September 24, 2021 in: General News

Message from the Bishop
Dear Friends in Christ, This has been a year like no other. We have all been wounded and broken, confronted by our own limitations and the reminder that for all of our gifts and abilities, we are ultimately not in control of our lives. As we experience light in our world, I trust that we are able to see and embrace the abiding presence of God – a God who has continually been at work in our lives through countless encounters with mercy and compassion that we have been blessed to extend to others and experience ourselves. I am grateful to so many parishioners w...

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Annual Appeal

Second Sunday High School Ministry

Posted on September 24, 2021 in: General News

Second Sunday High School Ministry
Second Sunday High School ministry is starting up this Fall and will meet on most 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM at St. Ann's Youth Center (aka the old convent near the adoration chapel). If you have any questions or would like to have your child join please email Jesse and Alisan Martin at JesseandAlisan@gmail.com. Any student in the area is invited to join us. We hope to see you there! Second Sunday Schedule Sept. 26th - Movie Night Kick-off Oct. 10th & 24th Nov. 14th & 28th Tuesday - Dec. 7th - Vigil Project Co...

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Youth Ministry

Parking for PREP

Posted on September 09, 2021 in: General News

Parking for PREP
PLEASE USE CAUTION! PREP classes begin next Sunday, September 19th. We will be observing a staggered dismissal again this year with dismissal beginning at 10:10am. Please observe caution when entering the parking lots. Parishioners attending the 10:30am Mass who arrive before 10:25 AM should refrain from parking in the alley (from the Penn Street entrance to the flag pole) so that parents can use the alley to pick up students at PREP dismissal. Orange cones will be out to remind you of parking restrictions. Thank you for helping to keep our kids safe.

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