Saint Boniface Parish

S 2022 County Road U
Waumandee, WI 54622
Rectory Phone (608) 687-3496
Mobile Phone: (608) 323-0302
Office: (608) 626-2611
School: (608) 626-2611
School Email:
Parish Email:
Office Hours: Tue & Thu 9:00 am - 2:00 pm


SundayJun 24

  • 7:15 am - 7:45 am Confession(St. Lawrence, Alma)
  • 8:00 am Mass(St. Lawrence, Alma)

    † Deb Rotering

  • 10:00 am Mass(Immaculate Conception, Fountain City)

    Parents of Norris & Rhonda Abts

MondayJun 25

  • 8:00 am Mass(St. Lawrence, Alma)

    Jerry Neitzel

TuesdayJun 26

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Deceased Siblings of Al & Darlene Slaby

WednesdayJun 27

  • 2:00 pm Mass

    Marvin & Betty Abts by The Family

  • 5:30 pm Mass

    Vocations To The Priesthood

ThursdayJun 28

    FridayJun 29

    • NO Mass(Lucille Bagniewski by Jean Sullivan (Father will take Intention with him))

    SaturdayJun 30

    • 7:15 pm - 7:45 pm Confession(St. Boniface, Waumandee)
    • 8:00 pm Mass(St. Boniface, Waumandee)

      In Thanksgiving to Fr. Jazdzewski for 7 yrs of service to our Parishes


    Social Concerns

    06-24-2018Fr. Brian Jazdzewski

    In the diocesan offices, we have an office dedicated to Social Concerns. Historically the office was also known as Social Justice, Community Service, Social Outreach, Social Ministry and the like. I offer a reminder about these titles to attain a nuance regarding the subject of this week’s reflection. Here is the main quotation from our dioceses office of Social Concerns:

    Seeking to affirm and support parish commitment and creativity in social ministry while defending human life and dignity. Then, to be more specific, these are some of the main areas into which particular ministry is directed: Catholic Charities & Missions. Catholic Relief Services. Catholic Social Teaching. Faithful Citizenship. Parish Social Ministry. Hispanic Ministry. Human Trafficking. Respect Life. Rural Life.

    In essence, our role as Catholics is to become aware of and involved in these and other areas of social ministry. Ultimately, we are looking out for the presence of God among the human beings with whom we interact and respond to the needs which support their human dignity. And, as the Office describes, these ministries arise from a sense of creativity. So, each of us must continue to ask ourselves how much social ministry we accomplish individually and collectively.



    St. Boniface Fundraiser: That’s My Pan

    Personalize aluminum cake pans and more! To see pans and artwork, and to place your order, see any school family or go to our St Boniface School fundraiser website


    PCCW Pizza Party
    Jul 10 6:30pm

    The PCCW will be having a pizza party for all the ladies of the parish at Harmonia Park. Honorary, inactive, and active members are encouraged to attend. Please let Teresa know if you are going to attend so we can have enough pizza at 608-626-2180 or


    Interested in attending the CCW Leadership Training Day?
    Aug 4

    The National Council of Catholic Women are sending their Leadership Training Development Team to La Crosse for a day of learning, prayer and formation. It will be held Sat, Aug 4 in La Crosse at Mary, Mother of the Church Parish. If you areinterested in more information or attending please contact Teresa at 626-2180 or


    Fall Festival
    Aug 19

    Spring is here and as you start your gardens remember to plant something for the Fall Festival Country Store. The St. BonifaceFall Festival is scheduled for Sun, Aug 19. Mark your calendars and plan on helping out and attending our annual church family picnic.

    we are considering bringing back the auction. However, we need a chairpersonand the assurance that we will have enough saleable items. We are also in need of a co-chair for the festival. If you have anythoughts on this or any other part of the festival please let Teresa know. There will be a Fall Festival planning meeting Tue, May 22 at 7:30pm at school for all chair people and those interested in helping plan the event.


    Assignment Changes

    Your prayers are welcome, invited and encouraged for Catholics around the country and in our Diocese of La Crosse now and into upcoming months. The Catholics in this group include the Staff and clergy of all parishes involved. In our diocese there are over twenty pastoral assignments which will change this spring and summer. Most specifically, weoffer prayers for Fr. Prince Amala Jesuraja, Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Elmwood and Sacred Heart Parish in Spring Valley,who will become the Pastor in our cluster on Thu, Jul 5. We also pray for the people of the Church of the Sacred Heart ofJesus-Saint Patrick in Eau Claire where Fr. Brian Jazdzewski will become Pastor on the same day.


    Farewell Fr. Jazdzewski
    Jun 27 5:30pm

    A farewell party for Fr. Brian Jazdzewski will be held at the Danzinger Vineyard on the evening of Wed, Jun 27 hosted by all three parishes. It will start with a 5:30pm Mass at St. Lawrence. Stay tuned for more details.

    Farmers’ Hotline

    With historically high numbers of farmers declaring bankruptcy, there is also a high amount of distress.There is HELP. We offer two help lines: The Farmers' Hotline in Madison is 800-942-2474 & Organic Valley farmer hotlinenumber is 888-809-9297.

    Religious Education Teachers Needed

    All 3 parishes are in need of teachers. Teaching children of this age is not difficult; they are very open to learning about the faith and the curriculum is easy to follow. Please prayerfully consider giving a little of your time and sharing your faith with these young people. If interested, please contact Father Jazdzewski or Connie Sweno at 608-687-8418 or

    Religious Education Teachers Needed

    All 3 parishes are need of teachers. Immaculate Conception classes meet Wednesdays from 3:30pm–5:00 pm mid Sept-Apr. St. Boniface classes meet Wednesdays from 5:45pm – 7:00 pm mid Sept–Apr. Teaching children of this age is not difficult; they are very open to learning about the faith and the curriculum is easy to follow. Please prayerfully consider giving a little of your time and sharing your faith with these young people. If interested, please contact Father Jazdzewski or Connie Sweno at 608-687-8418 or

    Help Wanted

    We are looking for some help in cleaning the rectory before Father Prince arrives. If you can help, please contact Connie in the office at 608-687-8418.

    Diocese 150th Anniversary Book

    If you would like a copy, call Connie Sweno at 608-687-8418 to make arrangements for pick up. The inside of the book is beautifully done.


    Religious Freedom Week 2018
    Jun 22 - Jun 29

    This year the U.S. Bishops have transitioned the annual "Fortnight for Freedom" to "Religious Freedom Week." People of faith are committed to serving others in God's love in healthcare, child welfare, migration and refugee resettlement, education, and more. Religious freedom protects the space in which we can continue to serve. Religious Freedom Week begins Fri, Jun 22, the Feast of Sts. Thomas More & John Fisher, ends with the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, and includes the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. Join Catholics across the country to pray and act for the freedom to serve faithfully and with integrity.



    Priestly ordination of Deacon Kyle Laylan and Deacon Barry Saylor
    Jun 30

    The Priestly ordination of Deacon Kyle Laylan and Deacon Barry Saylor will be held at the Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman in La Crosse at 10:00am on Sat, Jun 30. Immediately following Mass, a reception will be held at the Holy Cross Diocesan Center. For those unable to attend, you can watch the Mass live at


    VBS 2018: Splash Canyon
    Jul 23 - Jul 26 6:00pm - 8:30pm

    Children will look into the Bible, God’s Holy Word, and learn that all God’s promises are Yes in Jesus! Kids confidently celebrate that our faithful God is with us on life’s wild ride. God saves us through Jesus and gives us life and hope every day and forever.” Splash Canyon VBS will be part of our summerschedule here at Tres Ecclesiae for students entering 1st through 8th grade. The program will include catechesis, music,snacks, beverages and crafts.

    If you have comments and willingness to help, contact Amanda Burrow or Jennifer Wolfe.