St. Boniface- June 5 (680-754)
The saint we know as Boniface was born in Devonshire, England and given the name Wynfrid. He was raised in Benedictine monasteries. By 717, he was a renowned teacher and preacher, but gave up his work in response to a call to the mission field of northern Netherlands. In Rome, Pope Gregory II re-named him Boniface. At Geismar, Boniface made a tremendous impression by destroying the great Oak of Thor, an object of pagan worship, without being harmed by ‘the gods.’ Boniface is called the “Apostle of Germany.” He and 30 companions were killed by non-Christians in 754.
Tuesday, June 4, 6:30 pm Mass:
Wednesday, June 5, 12:15 pm Mass:
For the intentions of Leslie Fulop Jr.
Mass intention by: Marta Bartley
Thursday, June 6, 12:15 pm Mass:
For the intentions of Garciano Jap
Mass intention by: Jeprey Jap
Friday, June 7, 8:30 am Mass:
For the intentions of the Auspice Maria prayer group
Saturday, June 8, 7:00 pm Mass:
For the repose of the soul of Gary Lehew
Mass intention by: Bill and Maxine Cherak
Sunday, June 9, 10:00 am Mass:
For the intentions of the people of the parish
Please Note: Parking at the Parish Office is restricted in the evenings. After 6:00 pm, we are asked to please park on the street as the Mountain View Inn wishes to keep the parking spaces for their incoming customers.
Richard and Ada Veronneau are away until June 17th, so we are looking for people to help set up chairs at 6:00 pm on Saturdays and to assist with coffee service the weekends of June 9th and 16th.
Weekly Donation Report:
The Finance Council is currently revamping the weekly collection report. Please stay tuned for the new format in the summer of 2019.