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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 & 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.

Holy Day Mass - Solemnity of Mary

December 31, 2020 5:30pm St. Lawrence

January 1, 2021 8:00am St. Boniface

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

or email stboniface@comcast.net

 

Announcements

Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner

Posted on January 25, 2021 in: Pastor's Corner

Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner
January 24 - Normally, January is a welcome pause after the craziness of Christmas shopping and then, endless partying with cookies and other belt busters. This year was a bit slower. But we should still take advantage of the relative quiet. Restore some of the peace in your heart by investing in a spiritual book rather than the TV or adopt an intense physical fitness program. Put your body a...

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EXCITING NEWS

Posted on January 19, 2021 in: St Boniface Activities

EXCITING NEWS
The St. Boniface Activities Committee will be serving a TAKEOUT ONLY fish dinner on Ash Wednesday, February 17th.  The hours will be from 5-7pm. You will not have to leave your car. We will have runners that will bring the dinners to you. See directions below. This dinner will include baked fish, Tony’s macaroni and cheese, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, roll, and a brownie for dess...

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SOUP OF THE MONTH  - Broccoli Cheddar
 SOUP OF THE MONTH   Our February soup of the month for the St. Boniface Activities Association will be homemade Broccoli Cheddar by the quart. This soup will be made by our wonderful chef, Steve Orso. He has been making our carnival dinners, fish dinners etc. for the last couple years and always gets rave reviews. Soup will be available for pick up at the priest’s garage a...

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Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner

Posted on January 17, 2021 in: Pastor's Corner

Fr Bill's Pastor's Corner
January 17 -  We are all exhausted by Breaking News and political wrangling. But as Christians, we can't stop caring, throw up our hands and say "whatever". This week has numerous memorials that highlight injustice and gaps in achieving a just society. Prejudice still flourishes as we remember the birthday of Martin Luther King. Abortions continue among the poorest and mos...

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