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  • St. Boniface Church St. Boniface Church St. Boniface Church St. Boniface Church

    375 SE Church Street

    Sublimity, Oregon 97385

    Office Hours: 8am-1pm Tuesday - Friday

    Closed Monday Tel: 503-769-5664

    Fax: 503-769-4292

    St. MarySt. MarySt. MarySt. Mary----Shaw Church Shaw Church Shaw Church Shaw Church

    9168 Silver Falls Hwy.

    PO Box 338

    Aumsville, OR 97325

    Office Hours: 8am-2pm

    Monday-Friday

    Closed Wednesday Tel: 503-362-6159

    Fax: 503-371-6435

    ADMINISTRATOR Fr. Paul Materu, ALCP Phone: 503.897.7424

    E-mail: bonipast@wvi.com

    WELCOME TO THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITIES OF

    “We celebrate Easter, the Victory of Life’’ “It was very early on the first day of the week, when Mary of Magdala came to the tomb...” These first words of the Easter Gospel make us recognize, even touch and almost breathe in the signs of death. There is silence over the whole earth, stillness, only a woman, alone and in fear, moves in the darkness of the night. All a sudden a voice came in from the angel to Mary, “ why do you seek the living among the dead? is the most frightening question for those people who left Jesus before or at his death on the cross. But it is the most re- assuring, salvific question ever asked in the human his- tory. It is easier to minister to Jesus who is dead and bur- ied than to minister to the living Jesus-resurrected Jesus- because it will cost our life! Jesus who rose after conquering sin and death does not require followers who only hear his words, or who want to be healed by him, or people who will leave him when trials, tribulations, sufferings and persecutions come their way. He needs those who will hear his words and produce fruits for his kingdom. Peter Chrysologus says: “To behold the resurrection, the stone must first be rolled away from our heats” and this is true because we need to allow Jesus to wash away our sins which block us from experiencing the resurrection of Jesus. If we have risen with Jesus then we too will be able to proclaim what we have seen, heard and touched from the beginning. For He is truly risen, Alleluia, Halleluia. Let us rejoice and be glad Alleluia. Wish you all happy Easter! Fr Paul

  • Children’s Faith Formation- On Wednesday, March 30:

    6:30 pm Classes resume inside the

    Convent building!

    St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity ————1879187918791879————2015201520152015

    Parish Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 8 am to 1 pm. Fr. Paul Materu, Administrator e-mail: bonipast@wvi.com Kimberly Zuber, Administrative Assistant, 503.769.5664 Email: boniface@wvi.com Betty Young, Office Assistant, Email: bonisub@wvi.com Bernadette Lopez & Nancy Stuckart-Children’s Faith Formation Directors, bonirel@wvi.com Terry Hendricks, Maintenance Heather Clute, Altar Servers Nancy & Tim Stuckart, Children’s Liturgy Dolores Gries, Homebound Ministry 503.769.9372 Connie Erickson, Minister Scheduling, 503.580.6246

    Parish Mission Statement: We, the Catholic community of St. Boniface, inspired by the Holy Spirit, seek to proclaim and live the Gospel, celebrate the Sacraments, foster our Catholic tradi-

    tions and serve the needs of others.

    St. Boniface Parish-Sunday Collection

    March 20, 2016: Reg. Collection: 3215.33, Capital Imp.: 130.00, St. Joseph: 20.00, Outreach: 100.00,

    Flowers: 285.00. Easter: 300.00, Archives: 40.00. Catholic Relief Services: 221.49.

    Thank you for your financial support.

    This Week At St. Boniface: Easter Sunday, March 27:

    8 am Mass and 10 am Mass

    Monday, March 28: 7 am Communion Service & Rosary Office Closed

    Tuesday, March 29: 7 am Mass & Rosary 9 am to 12 noon Archive Meeting in the convent bldg.

    Wednesday, March 30: 7 am Mass & Rosary 6:30 pm C.F.F. class in the Convent

    Thursday, March 31: 7 am Mass & Rosary 9:30 am –3 pm: Sublimity Quilting 2 –6 pm Adoration 6-7 pm Holy Hour

    Friday, April 1: 7 am Mass & Rosary 10:30 am Mass at Marian Estates

    Saturday, April 2: 8 am Anointing Mass 9-10 am Confessions

    7 pm Vigil Mass

    Bunco Bonanza & Raffle hosted by St. Patrick circle members on Sunday, April 3rd at 2 pm. Cost: $10.00 per person. Prizes will be given. Raffle tickets: $2. each or 3 for $5.00. Tickets are on sale Sunday’s following 10 am Mass. Drawing will be held after the Bunco game. No need to be present to win. Prizes: Horse drawn wagon ride and much more!

    Everyone is Welcome!

    Brews N Brats Save the date: Friday, May 13th 6:30 pm at St. Boniface in the Parish hall.

    Silent Auction items are needed, if you would like to donate you may do so by leaving your donations at

    the parish office during regular business hours. Volunteers are needed to help with set up, serving

    and clean up. Please sign up on the sign up sheet lo- cated in the vestibule of church.

    Only 80 Tickets for the event will go on sale April 1, 2016 at the parish office and following the masses. Note: This year we can not “reserve” tickets. You must purchase your ticket prior to the event.

    Bake Sale hosted by St. Jude circle members on Saturday and Sunday,

    April 16 & 17, 2016. Homemade baked items will be for sale Saturday, April 16th at

    7 pm and Sunday, April 17th at 10 am.

    All proceeds go towards the expenses of the Altar So- ciety who supplies the church with host, wine, can- dles, flowers, linens, altar cloths and much more!

    Thank you for supporting the St. Boniface Altar Society.

    On behalf of Fr. Paul and staff of St. Boniface, we would like to thank all who partici- pated in making Holy week and our Easter Eucharistic Celebrations so spiritual. Thank you! Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia

  • WE WelcomeWE WelcomeWE WelcomeWE Welcome all the RCIA candidates who have been studying the Catholic faith especially Savannah Derschan of St. Mary’s Shaw who this Easter received full admission into the Catholic Faith. Her son Mason Derschan was also baptized at the same time. A joyous welcome to the Catholic Faith and to St. Mary’s Parish.

    Pennies for HeavenPennies for HeavenPennies for HeavenPennies for Heaven: The Knights of Columbus will be taking up a collection the first Sunday of each month—This collection goes directly

    to support Mt. Angel Abby seminary for the training of new priests. Knights will be collecting your change as you leave church services.

    Thank-you for your generosity.

    Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast

    Sunday, April 3rdSunday, April 3rdSunday, April 3rdSunday, April 3rd————7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 ----10 am 10 am 10 am 10 am Biscuits & Gravy, eggs, hash browns, Biscuits & Gravy, eggs, hash browns, Biscuits & Gravy, eggs, hash browns, Biscuits & Gravy, eggs, hash browns,

    fruit, coffee & juicefruit, coffee & juicefruit, coffee & juicefruit, coffee & juice

    Vicariate Mission Speaker: Deacon Leo Rasca from St. Joseph Parish in Salem will be speaking on Family & Mercy. Apr. 4th - Our Lady of Lourdes- 7 pm

    Apr. 5th - St. Mary, Shaw - 7 pm Apr. 6th - St. Boniface - 7 pm Apr. 7th - Immaculate Conception - 7 pm Apr. 8th - Immaculate Conception (Spanish) - 7 pm

    St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church————ShawShawShawShaw AdministrationAdministrationAdministrationAdministration Fr. Paul MateruFr. Paul MateruFr. Paul MateruFr. Paul Materu, ALCP Administrator 503-362-5664 www.bonipast@wvi.com Fr. Dick Rossman, Fr. Dick Rossman, Fr. Dick Rossman, Fr. Dick Rossman, Priest in Resident 503-362-6159 rossman@qwestoffice.net Kathy McNultyKathy McNultyKathy McNultyKathy McNulty—Administrative Assistant 503-362-6159 kmcnulty@qwestoffice.net

    Valerie McClanahanValerie McClanahanValerie McClanahanValerie McClanahan—Faith Formation — 503-510-4327 vmcclanahan@qwestoffice.net Art Fromherz Jr.Art Fromherz Jr.Art Fromherz Jr.Art Fromherz Jr.————Housekeeping-Hall Anne Harrold Anne Harrold Anne Harrold Anne Harrold —Housekeeping-Church Dick Van CauterenDick Van CauterenDick Van CauterenDick Van Cauteren—Landscaping

    Mission Statement

    “We, the members of St. Mary’s Church at Shaw, are committed

    to the spiritual enrichment of the Catholic faith in the community

    through service, education and development in the spirit of Jesus’

    teachings”.

    StewardshipStewardshipStewardshipStewardship March 20th, 2016 March 20th, 2016 March 20th, 2016 March 20th, 2016 Reg. Collection: $1,552.00 Building: $1,737.00 Reg. Collection: $1,552.00 Building: $1,737.00 Reg. Collection: $1,552.00 Building: $1,737.00

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