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1750 Chase Avenue
"In the Historic Northside Area "
Cincinnati, Ohio 45223

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Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Most Reverend Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop


 Mass Schedule
Weekdays - 7:30 AM
Saturday - 8 AM & 4 PM
Sunday - 8 AM, 11 AM
Spanish Mass - Sat. 6:00 PM
Sun. 9:30 AM & 12:30 PM
For Holy Days please refer
to the current Bulletin

Holy Hours
Wednesday following
7:30 AM Mass
Friday at 1:30 pm

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St. Boniface Church
Cincinnati, Ohio

Mission Statement
St. Boniface is a Catholic Community that worships as one body. We come together under the teachings of Jesus Christ to strengthen the spiritual and personal growth of the community through education, outreach, and Christian values.

Welcome to St. Boniface
Our history in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati dates back to 1853 when a modest church was built on Delany Street (originally Linn) not far from Blue Rock. Tradition has it the new parish was named after the patron saint of a child in the neighborhood - Aloysius. By 1862 the church had already become too small for the congregation, and the decision was made to divide the parish and erect a new church. St. Aloysius became St. Patrick church, and St. Boniface was built on the corner of Blue Rock and Lakeman streets. In 1870 additional property was bought to add a school. However by 1921 this site became too small and the current property on the corner of Chase and Pitts Avenues was purchased. The current church and rectory were completed in 1927, and the school in 1933. One hundred thirty years after the decision was made to divide St. Aloysius Parish, St. Boniface and St. Patrick were reunited. It was in December 1991 that the people of St. Patrick Parish closed its doors for the last time and processed behind the statue of their beloved patron to the doors of St. Boniface, where they were welcomed with open arms.
Now we worship as one parish, and pray for the future of St. Boniface.
To read the complete History click here

St. Boniface Staff

Rev. Joseph A. Robinson, Pastor
Jerry Yetter, Deacon
Sister Miriam Kaeser, O.S.F., School Principal
Jennifer Lindgren, Business Mgr/Youth Minister
Don Auberger, Music Director
Francis Klosterman, Pastoral Minister
Mary Jeanne Feldkamp, Parish Nurse
Doug Mercer, Director of Ministries

St. Boniface Photos 
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Fr. Joe and Archbishop Schnurr

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Rev. Joseph A. Robinson Homilies 2004-2017

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All Masses at St. Boniface have been cancelled.
The church will be open limited hours for self prayer and Eucharistic Adoration. Please call the parish office to find out times and availability. 513-541-1563

Pope Francis says a daily Mass from the Vatican. You can find it here -

Fr. Jim Schutte will be the new Pastor of St. Boniface Church and continue to be the Pastor of St. Leo Church. He was ordained in 1979. Interestingly in his early years, he was the Assistant Pastor for Fr. Joe at St. Columban Church in Loveland.
Fr. Rudy will continue at St. Boniface as Chaplain/Moderator of the Hispanic Community.
Angela Heisel will be the new Principal of St. Boniface School. Angie said, "I am very honored and excited to be joining the St. Boniface family. I look forward to meeting all of you and becoming a part of your wonderful school!"

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