"...and on this rock I will build my Church..." Matthew 16:15
Rev. Bernard G. Starman, Pastor
Associates: Fr. Ross Burkhalter and Fr. Joseph Sund Deacon M.J. Kersenbrock
Parish Mission Statement: "Through faith and worship, we are a Catholic community experiencing the love of God and called to be stewards to enlighten the lives of all."
106 E 4th St.
PO Box 190
Stuart, NE 68780
After Hours Sacramental Emergencies call:
ALL PARISHES INFO:
ST. BONIFACE - Stuart
Saturday - 6:00 p.m. Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
St. Joseph - Atkinson
Sunday - 8:30 a.m.
EMHC & Lector
Archbishop Lucas announces lifting
of dispensation for Sunday Mass effective Pentecost 2021.
1-26-2021 Town Hall Meeting Click Below
Confirmation Students Work Night
6 - 8 pm
KC Meeting @ 7:30 pm
AUG 7 & 8
MASS TIME CHANGE:
NO Saturday Mass
Sunday @ 8:30 a.m.
St. Boniface Christian Mothers are resuming serving funeral dinners with the following restrictions:
*no buffet-style serving
*the family will be responsible for the food for the meal - (meat, salads, buns, beans (opt.), etc.)
*parishioners are welcome to provide desserts ONLY. If possible, please bring in a throw-away container.
Contact Connie Weichman (402) 340-4132 for information or more details.
SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 @ 7 PM
Director of Ministries
News ~ N ~ Notes
WELCOMING YOU HOME
On behalf of all the parishioners, parish staff and priests I would like to welcome you to our parish website. St. Boniface parish in Stuart was founded in 1899, in 1910 the parishioners and pastor determined that an new and larger church was needed. Their fearlessness and dedication allowed them to build the magnificent church that we worship in today. The cornerstone was laid in May of 1911, and construction continued until completion.
We are blessed to celebrate over 100 years of worship in this beautiful church on the corner of 4th and Mains Streets in Stuart, NE.
As a church we have welcomed many, we have celebrated joy filled and milestone events such as Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Graduations, Weddings, Anniversaries and even one or two First Masses of the newly ordained. It is also the place where we have brought our beloved dead, where we have gathered to pray in times of natural and national disasters. It is our home, and we welcome you to join us in prayer and worship.
Peace & Blessings,
Fr. Bernard Starman