St. Boniface Catholic Church
110 North Buchanan St.
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Ring (618) 656-6450
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Saturday Vigil 4:15 PM
Sunday 8:15 AM, 10:15 AM, 5:15 PM
Spanish Mass 12:15 PM
St. Boniface Catholic Church has been in the same location in Edwardsville since 1869 and has enjoyed a long and vibrant history. Join us for our liturgies or for quiet prayer and reflection.
We are a Eucharistic based community focused on faith formation, fellowship, and acts of charity.
As disciples of Jesus Christ on our spiritual journey, we strive to:
• Faithfully know, love, and serve God.
• Eagerly invite and welcome everyone to share in our vibrant community.
• Unconditionally love, forgive, and support one another.
• Selflessly act out our Catholic faith through generous service.
We rely on the Holy Spirit, prayer, and active participation in the sacraments to grow spiritually while building God’s Kingdom.
Want to become an active member of your church parish? We have several different Ministries available to our Parishioners. Simply click on a ministry name below for more information.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church summarizes the Church's understanding of the sacraments:
God’s revelation in the created order is fulfilled in the person of Christ, who walked the earth, teaching and healing and nourishing the people he encountered. His death on the cross sealed a new and everlasting covenant between God and his people. To make his grace and presence known through the ages following his return to heaven, Christ entrusted the Church with the mission of preaching and teaching and sanctifying as he told his disciples “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Mt 28:19) Thus, in the sacraments, all men and women through all times and places are invited to encounter the living Christ who is truly present in these celebrations.
The Catholic Church recognizes seven key celebrations of God’s grace, starting with the sacraments of initiation: Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist. Through these sacraments, Catholics are visibly joined to the Mystical Body of Christ in the Church. Through the sacraments of healing, Reconciliation and the Anointing of the Sick, the healing power of Christ flows through the ministry of the Church. Through the sacraments of vocation, Holy Orders and Marriage, one is set aside and empowered by grace for Christian ministry in the family of the Church and in domestic families.
The following pages explain each of the sacraments of the Church and describe how they are celebrated in the life of our parish.
2014 LENT EVENTS Fridays During Lent Stations of the Cross 2 p.m. Parish School (Church) 6 p.m. Parish Stations (Chapel) Knights of Columbus Fish Fries Serving times 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Sundays During Lent Bring donations of non-perishable items to Mass every Sunday of Lent. Items will be offered to the Glen Ed Pantry and the needy.
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