St. Boniface & Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parishes
Welcome to St. Boniface & Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parishes!
Deeply committed to Jesus Christ, we endeavor to become a unified community of faith, worship, and service. We strive to be warm, welcoming and caring parishes in which the gifts and talents of all, young and old, are recognized and graciously used to nourish others.
Food Pantry Donations
Please bring non perishable foods to Our Lady of Lourdes Church and/or St. Boniface for the Food Pantry of Genoa and Oak Harbor.
Suggested item for the month of January is cooking oil.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!
There will be a Financial planning talk by Brian Greggila on Jan 17th at 7 p.m. in room 2 at OLL hall.
This is being sponsored by Our Lady of Lourdes ARS. All are welcome.
In honor of Our Lady of Lourdes * February 10 2-4 pm
All ladies are invited to relax, visit and share * Dress - Business Casual
Pat Oedy-Murray will be speaking on "Mary, Our Role Model"
Please RSVP Shirley Mominee 419-205-0523, Nancy Csizek 419-661-9130 or email Patty Vega at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Altar Rosary Society
There will be a meeting for anyone who is interested in being part of the Alpha Planning Team. This will be held at Our Lady of Lourdes on February 3 at 6:00 pm in the hall. Anyone interested in leading a team is encouraged to attend. Any questions, please call either parish office.
The Toledo walleye are excited to team up with the Catholic Diocese of Toledo for a Catholic Schools Week Kick Off Game on January 27. The Parish/Schools with the most attendees will be recognized in front of fans. Bishop Thomas will be dropping the ceremonial puck at the start of the Walleye game! Purchase your tickets online by visiting www.toledowalleye.com/csw2019
The Winter Season Is Upon Us!
The Most Reverend Daniel E. Thomas, Bishop of Toledo, accepted the following text as the official policy of the Diocese of Toledo relating to Level 3 Snow Emergencies:
Whenever a county/city within the Diocese of Toledo is placed under a Level 3 Snow Emergency, during which all roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel, the Catholic Churches within that geographic region will cancel the scheduled Saturday Vigil, Sunday, or Holy Day Masses. Roman Catholics in that region, therefore, are dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass. If Masses are cancelled, Catholics are encouraged to participate in Holy Mass via television, radio, or internet, making a spiritual Communion. When Mass is cancelled, all other diocesan, parish, or school events in that geographic region are also cancelled.