We worship together as a community of believers.

Our Mission

For over 100 years, the sister parishes of St. Boniface and St. Bonaventure have served as the spiritual home for generations of faithful Catholics.  The mission we are engaged in was started by Jesus and continues through us by the power of the Holy Spirit.

May our acts of charity, education, and sacramental life continue to change hearts in our local community and beyond.

Join Us for Mass

Weekend Mass is offered at St. Boniface in Elgin on Saturday at 5:30 pm and Sunday at 10 am.  A Communion Service is offered on Mondays at 7:20 am. Masses are Wednesday at 8:15 am, Thursdays and Fridays at 7:20 am (First Fridays at 8:15 am).

At St. Bonaventure in Raeville, weekend Mass is offered on Sunday at 8 am.  During the week, Mass is offered on Tuesday at 8:30 am.

Submit a Faith Question

If you have a religious related question you are wondering about, you can submit it using the website form below or jot it down and put it in the collection basket marked “Q&A”.  Father Vogel will address as many as possible each month.

Faith Q & A

By Father Vogel

Question: What can we do with blessed items (palm branches, candles, rosaries, crucifixes) that are broken or can no longer be used?

Answer:

Having religious objects blessed signifies the permanent sanctification and dedication of an object for some sacred purpose. Once a religious object is blessed and dedicated for divine worship or veneration, it must be treated with reverence and must not be used in either an improper or profane way. The normal “rule of thumb” is that anything that has been blessed should be burned (and then the ashes buried) or simply buried. Polluted or excess holy water should be poured directly into the ground. The underlying idea is that what has been dedicated to God should be returned to God. Never should we just “throw out” what has been dedicated to God. Please be sure to always cherish blessed religious objects at home, use them to help you pray, and when necessary, dispose of them properly

Upcoming Events

Parishioners

Working together we can make a difference.

Men‘s & Women’s Circles

Circle 1:  Arehart – Buelt
Circle 2: Busteed – Getzfred
Circle 3: Gossman – Kinney
Circle 4: Kluthe – Payne
Circle 5: Pelster – Schrage
Circle 6: Schueths – Zwingman

Women‘s Circle Worklist

CHURCH CLEANING: Circle 2
FUNERAL: Circle 4
KOOKIE KLATCH: Circle 1, August 19, 2:00 at Willows
CHARITY: Circle 1
MEETING: August 21st at 7:00 pm

Parish Organizations

© Copyright - St. Boniface Catholic Church | Elgin, Nebraska | St. Bonaventure Catholic Church | Raeville, Nebraska