Our Parish Bulletin

Read this week’s Parish Bulletin online or view archives.

Religious Education

Program assists parents in educating children in the faith.

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass 8 am in Chapel; Sunday Masses 5 pm Saturday, 9, 10:30 and Noon Sunday.

Men’s Ministry

We will gather in the chapel for Mass at 8 am on Saturday, April 15, 2017 and meet in the conference room immediately following. You do not need to be a member to attend.

Women of Faith Book Club

Next meetings of this book club for women April 4, 2017, 10am and 7:30pm.

Films and Faith

Join us Sunday afternoons beginning Feb 12 at the Parish Center.

Holy Thursday Pilgrimage

Holy Thursday 1 PM Pilgrimage walk to neighboring churches, St. Rocco and St. Patrick.

eGiving through Faith Direct

Faith Direct – you can make all of your contributions to St. Boniface via automatic payment.

The Passion & The Messiah

Lenten Program of Scripture and Sacred Choral Masterpieces by the North Shore Chamber Choir.

Breaking Open the Word

Attend Father Perera’s Breaking Open the Word Sessions in Church on the Monday evenings of Lent at 7:30 PM.

Health and Wellness at St. Boniface

Would you like to save time and money, make your home safer, become healthier and help support St. Boniface at the same time?

eGiving through Faith Direct

Faith Direct – you can make all of your contributions to St. Boniface via automatic payment.

Men’s Ministry

We will gather in the chapel for Mass at 8 am on Saturday, April 15, 2017 and meet in the conference room immediately following. You do not need to be a member to attend.

Bereavement Group

A new bereavement support group is being formed at St. Boniface Martyr Parish.

Family Mass Sundays 10:30

The Family Mass helps our children be actively involved in the liturgy.

Our Parish Bulletin

Read this week’s Parish Bulletin online or view archives.

St. Boniface Social Media

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

Ministers’ Schedules

Ministers’ Schedules through June 19, 2016.

Youth Ministry

Our Youth Group gives teens the opportunity to meet and foster lasting friendships while exploring our faith and belief.

Spotlight on Stewardhip

“Spotlight” highlights Parishioners’ contributions to our Parish.

Parish Ministry Booklet

Read about the 42 ministries whereby we share our gifts.

Eucharistic Adoration

You are welcome to spend 15 or 20 minutes before the Blessed Sacrament on Saturday afternoons from 4  PM – 5  PM in the Church.  

Stations of the Cross

Each Friday in Lent, 7:30 pm in the church.

Breaking Open the Word

Attend Father Perera’s Breaking Open the Word Sessions in Church on the Monday evenings of Lent at 7:30 PM.

The Passion & The Messiah

Lenten Program of Scripture and Sacred Choral Masterpieces by the North Shore Chamber Choir.

Films and Faith

Join us Sunday afternoons beginning Feb 12 at the Parish Center.

Women of Faith Book Club

Next meetings of this book club for women April 4, 2017, 10am and 7:30pm.

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass 8 am in Chapel; Sunday Masses 5 pm Saturday, 9, 10:30 and Noon Sunday.

Religious Education

Program assists parents in educating children in the faith.

St. Vincent De Paul Society

We help people! We provide aid and comfort to the poor, the afflicted and the lonely.

CYO

Offers youth the opportunity to grow as contributing members of their teams, parish and community.

Youth Ministry

Our Youth Group gives teens the opportunity to meet and foster lasting friendships while exploring our faith and belief.

All Saints Catholic School

All Saints Catholic is our parish school with Pre-school, Elementary and Middle School programs.

History of St. Boniface

A Parish Is Born, 1898

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.

Our Community Grows, c. 1900 – c. 1957

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.

St. Boniface Expands, c. 1956 – c. 1980

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.

Approaching a New Century, c. 1980 – c. 1999

St. Boniface Martyr Parish faces the changes and embraces the opportunities of a new millennium.

New Growth in a New Millenium

Our Parish continues its pilgrimage in a new century.

Church Renovation 2015

A 3 year effort aimed at ”Renewing and Restoring the House of God” came to joyful fruition on April 12, 2015 when Bishop Murphy dedicated and consecrated our newly renovated church.

A New Pastor, 2015

Fr. Kevin Dillon became Pastor of St. Boniface Martyr in 2015.

History of St. Boniface Martyr School, 1928 – 1990

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 of All Saints Catholic School, 1990 – Present

In 1991, the parish schools of St. Boniface, St. Mary, St. Patrick and St. Hyacinth regionalized their schools to form a new school, All Saint’s Regional Catholic School, supported by those four parishes and St. Rocco Parish.

Historic Photos, St. Boniface Parish

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

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