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Welcome!

Thank you for visiting our site. We are the linked parishes of St. Boniface Church in Williamsport and St. Lawrence in South Williamsport, PA. Please, surf these pages understanding that we are growing and they will be changing regularly.

Our Catholic communities are called by Baptism to increasingly imitate the servant leadership of our Savior, Jesus Christ. This journey of faith is guided by the Holy Spirit, the Bible, the examples of the saints, and our devotion to the Eucharist. We do all of this in union with Pope Francis.

It is our hope to live our faith with particular focus on reaching out to those who are struggling with faith, life and other daily challenges. This includes the local community and even with programs in Central America.

The end goal for all of us is, as Jesus said ... that we " might have life and have it more abundantly". (Jn 10:10)


Weekly Parish Offerings

Daily Readings

 

Open Masses

Starting immediately, our Masses may welcome up to 25% of the building size. For St Boniface that means 180 and St Lawrence is 80. 

This is a much larger although not near our original numbers.  So, the signup sheets have been ended.  

Basics to consider:

- all should wear masks

- respect distances

- anyone with pre-conditions should think twice 

- everyone continues to be dispensed from attendance

- weekday Masses are much less congested

Mass times remain the same as always at both churches

We look forward to seeing you!

MASS TIMES:

St. Boniface: 4pm Saturday; 8am & 10:30am Sunday

St. Lawrence: 5:30pm Saturday & 8am Sunday

St Boniface Church is open for private prayer everyday from 8:30am-4:30pm.

CONFESSIONS:

St. Boniface every Saturday 3:15p-3:45p

St. Lawrence 1st Saturday of each month 9:00a-9:30a

Parish Office is open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm. Except Holy Days and Holidays. Masks are required.

FOR THE ADVENT HOLIDAY

Out of caution, regional reconciliation services will not be offered.  But extended times will be provided at both of our parishes. 

 

St. Boniface 

Saturdays (5,12, 19) - 2:45pm to 3:45pm

Sundays (6,13,20) - 11:30am to 12:30am

 

St. Lawrence

Saturday, Dec. 5th - 9am - 10am

Please, maintain the proper distance and avoid lining up.  

Please call 570-326-1544 if appointment is needed or FOR EMERGENCIES 

or email stboniface@comcast.net

 

Announcements

Touch-a-Heart Christmas Trees

Posted on November 30, 2020 in: General News

Touch-a-Heart Christmas Trees
Touch-A-Heart Christmas Trees will be at St. Boniface and St. Lawrence again this year from Friday, November 27th until Christmas for monetary donations for the following ministries: Family Promise, Williamsport Sojourner Truth, Williamsport Nicaragua & Ecuador, International Tags can be dropped off in the collection basket or at the parish office. Since there will not be a Chri...

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Family Promise

Posted on November 30, 2020 in: Social Concerns

Family Promise
FAMILY PROMISE: Our next scheduled host week is December 20th-27th.  If you want to know how you can help, contact Margy Foran@ 570-360-1292.

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Family Promise

COVID

Posted on November 30, 2020 in: General News

COVID
NOVEMBER 29 - COVID-19 is among us in a way it never was before. If you or a family member gets infected, please, notify the rectory office. 570.326.1544 Also, please remember that masks are required inside our churches.

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Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner

Posted on November 30, 2020 in: Pastor's Corner

Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner
November 29 - Advent is a time of waiting for the Christ Child to come into our lives. But if I'm honest, I'm tired of waiting this year. We have been waiting for the elections to end, for a vaccine to arrive, for normalcy to return and yet, to naught. Being tired and impatient is understandable now. So, maybe we forget the theme of "waiting" and instead, live in hope of what wil...

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