A Very Blessed and Merry Christmas a

The Fathers would like to wish all of you a very blessed and merry Christmas and to thank everyone who helped to prepare for this beautiful season of Christmastide, by cleaning, decorating, practicing extra music, etc. May God reward you! Thank you also to all who give generously of their time and resources throughout the year in so many different ways. We are so grateful to the altar servers and their families, choir members, those who clean the church, arrange flowers, provide groceries for the priests, and volunteer in other ways.


Handwriting for Advent and Christmas

Hand on to the next generation the joy and meaning of Advent and Christmas—while also giving them the powerful benefits of penmanship. Handing It On is a unique penmanship program based on the prayers and hymns of the liturgical year. During Advent and Christmas, immerse students in the joy of Catholic tradition, so as to live more fully the beauty of these holy seasons.

Advent and Christmas packets contain:

  1. Handwriting worksheets for traditional prayers and hymns of the seasons
  2. Information about each prayer or hymn, including translations (English & Latin)
  3. A schedule showing when to use the worksheets
  4. A section describing traditions and activities for the seasons
    And links to the music are provided on the website, so you can play the hymn music while students write the hymn text.

Prepare well for Christmas by entering into the season of Advent—and then experience the sublime joy of the season of Christmas!

Available in print English, print Latin, cursive English, and cursive Latin. Save 20% on Advent & Christmas packets with coupon code: adventchristmas20 (valid through January 13). Visit the website www.handingiton.com.

Gaudete Sunday Potluck

There will be a Gaudete Sunday potluck at St. Boniface Hall this Sunday, Dec. 11th from 12:30-4 PM! Please bring a main dish and your choice of a dessert or side. Drinks will be provided. Feel free to bring games. (There will be a table in the garage to plug in crock pots during the 11:00 Mass.)