“From the beginning the Church has honored the memory of the dead and offered prayers in suffrage for them, above all the Eucharistic sacrifice, so that, thus purified, they may attain the beatific vision of God. The Church also commends almsgiving, ind
Welcome to St. Bonifiace ParishSt. Boniface is a country church, built by German and Irish Immigrants in 1857. We are located three miles south of I-90 and Route 8 at 9367 Wattsburg Road. All are welcome!
Homilies and messages from the Pastormore
The month of November is traditionally a time when we as Catholics remember and pray for the faithful departed. It therefore provides a good opportunity for us to reflect on the mystery of death and how and why we pray for those who have died.
Halloween fast approaches, the holiday loved by children who have a sweet tooth and despised by adults who consider it a celebration of paganism, but is that really the case? Is Halloween an exercise in pagan idolatry, or is there something more to it? A