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


Keeping Our Worship Space Safe for All

As Covid-19 continues to spread, I want to highlight a few of the procedures that make the privilege of celebrating the Eucharist possible during a pandemic. Remember you can transmit this potentially deadly virus without even knowing you have it, so the rules are all about caring for others, not about your beliefs about freedom, sickness and death.

  • The ushers will seat you as you arrive.
  • All MUST wear masks that cover both the nose and mouth while they are in the church building. Wearing a mask protects your neighbor, so it is an act of charity toward your brothers and sisters in Christ.
  • All are to receive communion seated as far back as possible and in the hand. The positioning of our pews doesn’t allow for a safe distance between you and the minister were you to kneel or stand. These temporary measures will subside once the pandemic is over and the normal custom of standing to receive our Lord from both the plate and cup will return.
  • Be seated after the closing song. The ushers will dismiss you pew by pew. Household units MUST stay at least six feet apart as you leave church.
  • No hanging out in groups in church after mass. The time for that will come again once the pandemic is over.
  • Vulnerable individuals should stay home. This includes but is not limited to; people over 60, pregnant women, people with compromised or weakened immune systems, people with serious underlying health conditions, members of households with vulnerable individuals, or those whose profession brings them into contact with vulnerable individuals.

We have the power to slow the spread of this virus by observing the procedures we’ve learned in the past months and thereby bring some relief to our overburdened healthcare system.

Fr. Mike

Mass Times

Saturday: 4:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:30 am

Weekday Mass
8:00 am Tuesday through Thursday

Eucharistic Adoration: Tuesdays until 4:00 pm

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

Live-stream and radio broadcast of Mass from St. John's Cathedral will continue for those who stay home.
The 9:00 AM Mass is available on Radio 920 AM, WOKY.

WVTV/My24 - Channel 24
Sunday at 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM

WITI/Fox - Channel 6
Sunday at 5:30 AM, 5:30 PM

Mass will also be televised thru Heart of the Nation -Sunday Mass at 5:30 am on Milwaukee channel 6 and 9:00 am on Milwaukee channel 24.

Office Hours

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

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

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

Online Giving

Our online giving is easy and secure. Click below to give to our day-to-day operations (Stewardship), Building Fund, Memorials, and more.  Please call the Parish Office if you have any questions or need help navigating the site.

Weekly Bulletins

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  • Sun, Jan 10th


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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! This was Our Lady of Lourdes.
  • 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 they had learned throughout the week.
  • Our younger campers sang nice and LOUD!
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe.
  • Our Lady of Knock
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.


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