Mass Schedule

Daily Mass 8am in Chapel; Sunday Masses 5pm Saturday, 8 and 10:15am Sunday.

Fr. A and Fr

Our Parish Bulletin

Read the Parish Bulletin for March 1, 2015 and archived past issues.

Bulletin Banner

Religious Education

This program assists parents with the sacred responsibility of educating their children in the Catholic faith.

Kids-Cross1

Church Renovation

The restoration of our Church building is well underway. Read details here.

Lighting work

Catholic School Open Houses

Visit our Catholic School for Open Houses March 3rd, 6th and 24th.

ASR Open House 25Jan2015 Poster 4 Feb-March

Midnight Run

On Midnight Run, March 7th, St. Boniface Youth Group members share time, food and clothing with people living on the streets of New York City.

Midnight Run 2014

Lent 2015

Information about Lent

Lent Graphic Banner
Bulletin Banner

Our Parish Bulletin

Read the Parish Bulletin for March 1, 2015 and archived past issues.

Spring Church 4 May 2014

Historic Photos of St. Boniface Church

Some historic photos of our present Church building, dedicated in 1964, and of the original building dedicated in 1900.

Mass clipart thumb

Ministers’ Schedules

Updated Ministers’ Schedules have been posted through October 5, 2014.  View and print here.

Stewardship Graphic

Spotlight on Stewardhip

“Spotlight” highlights Parishioners’ contributions to our Parish.

Fr. A and Fr

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass 8am in Chapel; Sunday Masses 5pm Saturday, 8 and 10:15am Sunday.

Twitter and Facebook Icon

St. Boniface Social Media

Stay in touch with our Parish through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+.

More News

Lent Graphic Banner

Lent 2015

Information about Lent

Midnight Run 2014

Midnight Run

On Midnight Run, March 7th, St. Boniface Youth Group members share time, food and clothing with people living on the streets of New York City.

ASR Open House 25Jan2015 Poster 4 Feb-March

Catholic School Open Houses

Visit our Catholic School for Open Houses March 3rd, 6th and 24th.

Lighting work

Church Renovation

The restoration of our Church building is well underway. Read details here.

CYO for post

CYO

CYO offers young people the opportunity to grow as individuals and as contributing members of their teams, parish and community.  New website:  www.StBonifaceCYO.com.

Kids-Cross1

Religious Education

This program assists parents with the sacred responsibility of educating their children in the Catholic faith.

More News

Parish Photos

History of St. Boniface

My beautiful picture

Photos of 75th Anniversary of Parish June 1973

Photos from the celebration of the 75th Anniversary of our Parish in June, 1973.

Spring Church 4 May 2014

Historic Photos of St. Boniface Church

Some historic photos of our present Church building, dedicated in 1964, and of the original building dedicated in 1900.

Old Church Thumbnail

A History of Our Parish written in 1983

A History of St. Boniface Parish compiled by Bill Barlow which appeared in “The Parishioner” in July, 1983 as Sea Cliff was celebrating its centennial.

St. Boniface Bulletin April  19, 2009

Parish Bulletin Archives

Read our archived Parish Bulletins online.

wpe5

A Parish Is Born

Mission priests visited the Catholics of Sea Cliff until St. Boniface Martyr Parish was founded in 1898. A new church building replaced borrowed quarters at the turn of the last century. Read more about our earliest years here.

wpe9

Our Community Grows

Our Parish survived hard times in the first half of the 20th Century, even opening a school on the eve of the Great Depression, and grew with the rest of Long Island.

wpe96

St. Boniface Expands

Our Parish matured and grew into a new Church building at St. Boniface during the same era which saw the establishment of a new Diocese on Long Island and a new dawn for the universal Church.

Vintage post card view of the front entrance to St. Boniface School.

History of St. Boniface Martyr School

For 62 years, St. Boniface Martyr School served as a superb example of academic excellence in Catholic education, a tradition now carried forth by All Saints Regional Catholic School.

History Article Archives