St. Boniface Mission Statement

 

As a Catholic community, St. Boniface warmly welcomes all who seek to be educated, inspired, and supported throughout their spiritual journey.   We strive to bring the Good News of Jesus into every human situation, and seek to transform individuals and society by the Divine power of the Gospel itself.   Our desire is to connect with God, connect with others, and connect others with God.

 

 Welcome to our Community

 

Returning to Sunday Mass

May 26, 2020

Sign up for weekend Masses is now open on the I-Volunteer tab above.

Please read the attached letter from Fr. Mike regarding returning to Mass and the necessary guidelines to ensure the health of our parishioners and staff.

Returning to Sunday Mass - Fr. Mike

 

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has created this video resource to help guide parishes as they slowly return to public Masses. As Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki concludes, "We've missed you, and we're happy to begin this careful return to Sunday Mass. With your cooperation and observation of these guidelines and directives, we can ensure that, soon, all of us can be gathered together again."

Catholic Comeback- Archbishop Listecki

 

Click here to read the Milwaukee Archdiocese's Catholic Comeback matrix

Catholic Comeback Matrix  

 

COVID-19 Update - May 26, 2020

As we continue "safer at home," please share information with those who do not use technology!  

Contributions. If you use any form of monthly electronic giving or envelopes, consider an additional donation using online giving! It is easy and secure.    See the Donate Now button to the right >>>>>  

Annual School Appeal  Please prayerfully consider giving to the annual St. Boniface School Appeal. You should have received an appeal mailing earlier in April.  We ask that donations be sent to our office by June 1st to help in budget planning.

 

All offices are closed and staff is working from home and online.

Weekly email - We continue to connect with parishioners via the website and thru Constant Contact weekly emails. If you do not receive these emails, please contact the Parish Office and we will add you to the email.

FaceBook - We are including daily reflections from the Archdiocese, meditations by Deacon Jim Starke, and Weekend Words From Fr. Mike.  Click the FaceBook link found at the bottom of this Home Page.

Weekly bulletins are being published - Access from this Home Page, or pick up a hard copy outside the church doors and the Parish Office door.

 
 
WAYS TO HELP OTHERS
The Food Pantry continues to be in need of donations.  All donations can be dropped off in the grocery carts outside the Parish Center.  Monetary donations can be mailed to the Parish Office or dropped in the mail slot by the Parish Office door.  Use the Donate Now button for online donations, using Fund-Other and entering Food Pantry in the notes section.
 
Coronavirus Emergency Fund.  The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has created a Coronavirus Emergency Fund to help alleviate the financial hardship caused by the pandemic. Requests for support are being received from foodbanks, inner city ministries and religious orders.  Please help us fund these requests! Coronavirus Emergency Fund
 
 
Prayer and Worship Resources

Televised Masses. FOX6 offers a live Catholic Mass on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am from the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in downtown Milwaukee. This is in addition to the taped Catholic Mass at 5:30 am on Sundays. Channel 24 -WVTV aka My24 - Sundays, 7 and 9 am.  From "Heart of the Nation".

Spiritual Support During COVID-19-offers a variety of audio, scriptural, meditative, and family resources
Bible Themed Recipes (Faith and fun for the whole family!)
 

Mass Times

At this time, sign-up for Masses via the I-Volunteer tab on the menu bar.
Saturday: 4:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 11:00 am

Our church is located at
W204 N11940 Goldendale Road
Germantown, WI 53022

Office Hours - ALL offices closed until further notice.

Parish Office Hours:
262-628-2040
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday Office Closed

Faith Formation Office Hours:
262-628-8143
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday Office Closed

St. Boniface School Hours:
262-628-1955
Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Staff

Online Giving

Our online giving is easy and secure. Click below to give to our day-to-day operations (Stewardship), Building Fund, and the Food Pantry.

You can also give Memorials or other donations. There is a place to include information regarding your donation.

Please call the Parish Office if you have any questions or need help navigating the site.

Publications


  • Sun, May 24th

  • Sun, May 17th

Stewardship Newletter

Blog Summary

Links to Art, Music, PE packets

Here are links for the packets given out today at supply pick up:

Art Packet

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2020-2021 Enrollment Open Now!

Enrollment now open for the 2020-2021 School Year!

CLICK HERE to get started!

School News & Events

THANK YOU to everyone for making this year's Apple Pie Sale another success! 

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Life at St. Boniface

  • Each day our youth leaders performed a skit for our campers!
  • Making decade rosaries!
  • Outdoor games
  • Learning about one of our Ladies with Mrs. Neureuther.
  • Fr. Mike stopped by to visit and chat with our campers!
  • Snack time!
  • Each day the campers wrote prayers to each of Our Ladies! ...
  • Our Lady of Fatima.
  • Our wonderful train! The campers loved this feature.
  • Relay races!
  • Our Lady of Knock.
  • Look at those engineer hats!
  • The older kids making full rosaries.
  • Fun on the train!
  • Our party for the 101st anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima.
  • Group shot.
  • Mr. Braun has trivia questions for all!
  • Playing spoons!
  • Bible station with Mrs. Kascht.
  • Our parent program! The campers sang songs for their parents that ...
  • Our younger campers sang nice and LOUD!
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe.
  • Our Lady of Knock
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.

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