Women of Faith Book Club

First Tuesday of every month except holidays.  Next meetings October 3, 2017.

Morning Session Book: The Gift of Years, by Joan Chittister

Evening Book:  I Am Malala, by Malala Yousafzai

Time: Mornings at 10 am/Evenings at 7:30 pm

Location:  The Parish Center

Sessions will run approximately 1 hour.

If you plan on attending or if you have any questions, please contact  Pat Fox at (516) 676-1443 or pattomfox@gmail.com.

Our Parish Bulletin

Read our PARISH BULLETIN here online each week in full-color magazine format.  The online version includes special added features and content not present in the print version and is fully interactive.

May 8, 2017 Bulletin

Click here for the b/w print version, available Friday of each week

Bulletin Archives

Complete this form to subscribe for free to our online Parish Bulletin.  This digital version of our Parish Bulletin is in full-color magazine style format with additional content, features and photos which do not appear in the print version and it is fully interactive.


Madonna Mother Support Circle

We are excited to announce a new ministry forming in our parish called the Madonna Mother Support Circle!

All mothers, at every stage of parenthood, are welcome to join as we share our support and learn how to turn to our Blessed Mother in prayer for guidance in our parenting.

We will meet every first Saturday of the month following the 8 am Mass and Devotion to the Miraculous Medal/Blessed Mother.

Our first gathering will be May 6th in the Parish Center. For any questions contact Belinda Basaca Zeitlin at Bzbasaca@gmail.com.

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.


Catholic Daughters of America

The Catholic Daughters of America meet on the first Monday of each month at 11 am in the Parish Center for women age 18 and older. Juniors ages 11-18; Juniorettes ages 6 -10 (date/place on request).

Formed in 1903, the Catholic Daughters of the Americas® is one of the Oldest and Largest Organizations of Catholic Women in the Americas

Contact: Eileen Stanton www.catholicdaughters.org


Mass Schedule

The Summer Mass Schedule will begin Sunday, May 14, 2017 (Mothers’ Day), and run until Sunday, October 8, Columbus Day.  The 9 am Sunday Mass will move to 8 am.  The Sunday Mass schedule from Mothers’ Day to Columbus Day weekend will be Saturdays: 5 pm; Sundays 8 am, 10:30 am, 12 pm.

Regular Mass Schedule, Columbus Day through Mother’s Day:

  •  Daily Mass   8 am in Chapel
  •  Sunday Masses:  Saturday: 5 pm Vigil;   Sunday: 9 am,10:30 am (Family Mass), 12 Noon
  •  Holy Day Masses:  5pm Vigil; 8am, 7pm
  •  Special Intentions Mass:   5pm first Saturday of month

Website and app for finding Mass times and locations while traveling.



Religious Education

The St. Boniface Parish Religious Education Program assists parents with the sacred responsibility of educating their children in the Catholic faith. Our parish offers Kids-Cross1both formal classroom instruction and a Family Program of religious instruction. For more information, please contact Karen Croce at 516-671-0418 or by email at stbonccd@gmail.com.




Print and sign the following forms:

    1. Religious Education Registration Form 2017-18
    2. Religious Education Family Participation Agreement 2017-18
    3. Photography and Video Release Form
    4. Religious Ed Volunteer Form
    5. Emergency Care Form
    6. Print and sign forms 1 through 5, above, and submit them with payment at the registration sessions after  Sunday Masses or bring them to the Parish Office.
  • Please provide a copy of your child’s Baptismal Certificate.
  • Tuition:

    Registration Fee:
    $150 for 1st child – $85 for each additional child ($320 max per family)
    (NOTE: Sacrament Fees are extra)
    Catechist (Religious Education Teacher Volunteer) Discount: deduct 50%

    ***REGULAR FEE AFTER August 15, 2016 – $150 for 1st child
    – $85 for each additional child ($320 max per family)

  • Class placement is first come first served, so please register early.
  • Teachers (Catechists) and other volunteers are needed.  Please consider becoming a part of our wonderful group of volunteers in this most rewarding ministry!  Team teaching is encouraged and training is available both at a parish and diocesan level.  There is a 50% tuition discount available for all Catechist volunteers.

Any questions please call the Religious Education Office at 516-671-0418.

Program Choices:

Class preferences are filled on a first come first served basis.




K – 5 Tuesday 4 – 5 pm
K – 5 Wednesday 4 – 5 pm
6 – 8 Wednesday 7 – 8 pm
6 – 8 Thursday 5 – 6 pm
6 – 8 Thursday 7 – 8 pm
K – 8 Sunday Family Program 9 – 10 am
K – 8 Sunday Special Education 9 – 10 am


Early Bird Registration Fee:
$130 for 1st child – $85 for each additional child ($300 max per family)
(NOTE: Sacrament Fees are extra)
Catechist (Religious Education Teacher Volunteer) Discount: deduct 50%
***REGULAR FEE AFTER August 15, 2016 – $150 for 1st child
– $85 for each additional child ($320 max per family)

  • Any questions? Please call the Religious Education Office at 516-671-0418.
Volunteers needed 2014

Training is available and team teaching is encouraged. There is a 50% tuition discount available for all Catechist volunteers.


St. Vincent De Paul Society

St. Vincent de Paul

We help people!

In a spirit of justice, charity and personal involvement, this ministry seeks to provide aid and comfort to the poor, the afflicted and the lonely.  Members of the Society make personal home visits; provide advocacy and support usually in the form of food vouchers, financial assistance, clothing and furniture.  (Training provided.)

“Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread”.  When we pray the Our Father, we ask God to provide our food and necessities. The majority of us receive sufficient food. Others do not. We can be our Father’s instrument by providing “bread” for the needy, particularly during these difficult times. You do this by your contributions to the St. Vincent de Paul Society

Thanks to all who contribute to our St. Boniface St. Vincent de Paul Conference. We were able to help many of our neighbors. Some people had no money for food, others no beds – they were sleeping on the floor – or there was no heat or electricity!

Help Those in Need on Long Island by donating your gently used furniture to the St. Vincent de Paul Society

  • We pick up items
  • We give furniture to our neighbors in need.
  • Your donations are tax-deductible

Buying a new car? Donate Your old one!  Donate your car, boat, motorcycle, or truck to help others!

Help us help others on Long Island by donating your motor vehicle, boat or even real estate.  Proceeds from sales of these items will go directly to helping our neighbors in need.




See our new website at www.StBonifaceCYO.com!


The Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) program at St. Boniface is for boys and girls who are interested in developing their talents as athletes, and for men and women who as coaches provide guidance, experience and Direction to the children.  The CYO Program offers young people the opportunity to grow as individuals and as contributing members of their teams, their parish and their community. In addition, a flourishing CYO program adds to the strength and vitality of the parish and offers the opportunity to build Christian community among its participants. For information, please contact Kevin P. Kelly at 516-658-5181;  email:  kkrmkelly@gmail.com. .

All Saints Catholic School

Website Banner ShortAll Saints Catholic School (ASR) is our parish school.  All Saints is supported by the local parishes of St. Boniface, St. Patrick, St. Hyacinth, St. Mary and St. Rocco and is situated on the St. Patrick’s parish campus in Glen Cove.  Students are also welcome from beyond our constituent parishes.

ASR Catholic School   includes Nursery and Pre-K programs, Elementary School (Grades K – 5) and Middle School (Grades 6 – 8).

All Saints Regional Catholic School (ASR)

All Saints Regional Catholic School (ASR)

About our School:All Saints Regional Catholic School combines the heritage of a century of Catholic education among the Catholic parishes on the North Shore, including especially St. Boniface Martyr.  ASR combines that proud heritage with a new preparatory school model and the latest innovations in instruction and technology.  Drawing students from its five founding parishes and beyond, our schools’ dynamic leadership and outstanding faculty of men and women enthusiastically embody the school’s mission of offering children a positive, safe and healthy learning environment in which they can gain a foundation for future academic success, personal achievement, social commitment and character formation.

We seek to educate our students within a family-centered Catholic community.  We commit ourselves to Gospel values as we seek to develop our students’ intellectual gifts and foster their spiritual growth.  Our aim is to prepare our students to lead creative and productive lives which contribute to the growth of both God’s kingdom and our nation.  For more info, visit the school website at  www.asrcatholic.org.

ASR in the news:


ASR is a place where values are learned and lived.

ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC is a place where values are learned and lived.

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