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Saint Boniface, Bishop and Martyr, pray for us!

The missionary bishop and martyr St. Boniface (672?-754) has been called the “Apostle to the Germans.” He was born in England and given the name Wynfrith, which he later changed to Boniface. Until about the age of forty, he was … Continue reading

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St Boniface Apostle among Pagans

By Brennan Pursell from crisismagazine.com St. Boniface had it all: natural brilliance, formidable powers of persuasion, and unstoppable energy and resolve. He could have had a great career and high status in society, but this saintly man wanted something very different: … Continue reading

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