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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 www.saintboniface.net

    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

    Deacon Steve Tabor Phone: 503.769.8089

    “God’s plans and purposes are for our well- being.” At the Collect (Opening Prayer) at the masses during this week, this is what we ask the Lord, that is, “to desire what you (God) promise.” God’s plans and purposes are for our well- being and they are “plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” (Jeremiah 29:11). Sin however makes us think and feel otherwise and so we fail to trust in His loving care for us. It does imply then a desire in seeking out the path of discipleship through the “narrow gate” that Jesus asks of us in today’s Gospel. This would require a disposition of humility, self-denial, detachment, generosity, forgiveness; in a nutshell, loving obedience to God’s commandments, no matter what the cost. In undertaking this challenging path, the second reading from the letter to the Hebrews highlights the fact that God will dis- cipline us. We would be better from it if we are open to the correction our Father offers us and worse off should we fail to heed his voice. If one goes about in a disciplined manner with the various interests one has, be it from practice at sports or the arts or even one’s diet, must one then not have a disci- plined approach also towards one’s spiritual life? Let us be wise in also investing in what matters ultimately. Eternal life beckons us and hence no effort should be spared to “press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus." Phil 3:14). The knowledge of Himself, God de- sires of all nations and Israel was to be an instrument to all surrounding nations for this as the first reading reminds us. The entire life of a Christian is an exercise in holy desire, wrote St. Augustine. May that desire for God and His ways encourage many others too on that path. Fr. Alliston

  • Sharing Table: If you have any extra Veggies, fruits, flowers, bulbs, seeds and want to share, you may put your items on the sharing

    table located in the breeze way to the rectory. Please do no leave rotting items, cards, magazines, glass/plastic con-

    tainers on the table. Thank you for sharing! St. Boniface Prayer Garden: Time is moving forward and work is being done to secure a

    mason, and landscaper. Any questions or concerns, please contact Jacquie Spenner,

    503.749.1120 or the Parish office.

    Donations for the Prayer Garden can be made with your collection envelope or write a check to St. Boniface

    Prayer Garden and put in regular collection. This project is 100% funded by donations.

    No parish funds will be used. Your support is greatly appreciated!

    ~Prayer Garden Committee

    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 traditions and serve the needs of others.

    St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity St. Boniface Church, Sublimity ————1879187918791879————2019201920192019 June 5th., Happy 140th Anniversary!June 5th., Happy 140th Anniversary!June 5th., Happy 140th Anniversary!June 5th., Happy 140th Anniversary!

    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 -Children’s Faith Formation Directors, bonirel@wvi.com Terry Hendricks, Maintenance Bernadette Lopez, Heather Clute:Altar Servers Jonathan & Cheryl Christie, Children’s Liturgy Parish Office: Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers & Lectors Scheduling.

    James Brown, Homebound Extraordinary Ministries:503.769.2048.

    St. Boniface Parish-Sunday Collection August 18, 2019: 2667.00, Assumption: 522.24

    Capital Imp:475.00, St. Joseph:105.00, Prayer Garden: 125.00, Altar Expenses: 500.00.

    Donations for the Seminarian Twins need to be given to Fr. Paul’s Order ALCP.

    Thank you for your financial support.

    This Week At St. Boniface: Sunday, August 25: 10 am Mass Coffee/donuts Welcome Fr. Alliston!

    Monday, August 26:

    7 am Prayer Service Office Closed

    Tuesday, August 27: 7 am Mass & Rosary

    Wednesday, August 28: 7 am Mass & Rosary

    Thursday, August 29: 7 am Mass & Rosary 9 am –3 pm Quilting 2-4 pm Adoration: John Bischoff 4-5 pm Holy Hour: George Gerspacher

    Friday, August 30: 7 am Mass & Rosary 10:30 am Mass @ Marian Estates

    Saturday, 31: 7 am Prayer Service 5:30-6:30 pm Confessions 7pm Vigil Mass

    *Please be aware of your summer time clothing. Some choices are not appropriate for church. Thank you!

    Wanted Used (in good condition) and New Books to Rebuild the Residents Library at Elmcroft Adult Care Home, 2201 N. 3rd Street

    Stayton. You may leave them at their front desk between 9 am to 5 pm., Monday thru Friday’s or in the box

    inside the main entrance of church. Thank you!

    St. Paul Catholic Church in Silverton is seeking a part-time

    Youth Minister to oversee Confirmation and the Middle School & High School Youth Groups.

    Please see the letter on the bulletin board for more information. To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter that high-

    lights how your qualifications fit our need. Please submit applica- tions to Fr. Tetzel Umingli at tumingli@stpaulsilverton.com

    Movie Showing on Thursday, August 29th at 6 pm. All families, adults and youth are invited to join Carolyn Rich, the youth minister, in watching UNPLANNED at Im-

    maculate Conception parish hall. Although its is R, it could be appropriate for youth ages 14 and up. Popcorn and snacks

    will be available but please bring confirmable portable chairs

    if you would like. The movie is 110 minutes long. “Unplanned is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey of transfor-

    mation. All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. This movie is a must see.

    Pope Francis Teaches Us Join us for an opportunity to hear directly what our pope is saying in the Gaudete et Exsultate ( Rejoice and be Glad) is the third apostolic exhor- tation of Pope Francis, published on 9 April 2018, subtitled "On the call to holiness in today's world". The Pope challenges us on the path to ho- liness as a necessary step towards happiness. Is this only for a chosen few? Holiness stems from our dignity as human persons created by God and so embark on this path by living out the beatitudes. The Pope men- tions signs of what genuine holiness entails.

    Fr. Alliston will share in his area of study with us Sept. 10th-7 pm at St. Mary's, Shaw and conclude at St. Boniface on Sept. 12th at 7 pm both will be presented in the Church.

  • Knights of Columbus —Help is Needed

    The Knights of Columbus will be taking the food booth

    to the Octoberfest in Mt. Angel Sept. 12th—15th

    If you can help, please call John Hortsch 503-749-1988 Ted will be making calls to fill the shifts.

    Flowers—Flowers—Flowers A big thank you to all the ladies that have

    taken the time to donate flowers and deco- rate the Altar the past few months

    Pat Mack, Valerie McClanahan, and Kathy McNulty. Thank you.

    Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on Friday, August 30th, in the Church Foyer at 1:00 pm. All are welcome. Questions, please contact Delores Gassner @ 503-871-6889, or email drosegass@aol.com.

    St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Church————ShawShawShawShaw Administration Administration Administration Administration Fr. Paul Materu Fr. Paul Materu Fr. Paul Materu Fr. Paul Materu, ALCP Administrator 503-769-5664 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 McNulty Kathy McNulty Kathy McNulty Kathy McNulty—Administrative Assistant 503-362-6159 kmcnulty@archdpdx.org 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 Marla Mack Marla Mack Marla Mack Marla Mack —Housekeeping-Church

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