St. Boniface Catholic Church, Kintyre, North Dakota: 1905 - 2005

St. Boniface Centennial Book Committee, Kintrye, North Dakota, 2005, 199 pages, softcover

Last Mass at St. Boniface, December 31, 2006
Last Mass at St. Boniface brings tears, memories for parishioners, January 11, 2007

The Germans from Russia Heritage Collection is pleased to make available this impressive book commemorating one years of the St. Boniface Catholic Church. The St. Boniface area was settled heavily by Germans from Russia families who immigrated from the Black Sea German Catholic villages of Baden, Elsass, Kandel, Mannheim, Selz and Strassburg, Kutschurgan District, today located near Odessa, Ukraine.

The Tables of Contents includes: 1) St. Boniface Church History; 2) St. Boniface Cemetery; 3) St. Boniface in the Early Years; 4) Stations of the Cross; 5) Popes, Bishops, and Priests; 6) Vocation from our Parish; 7) Sister School; 8) Organists; 9) St. Boniface, Missionary and Martyr; 10) Latin Mass; 11) St. Boniface Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Marriages; 12) Christian Mothers; 13) Knights of Columbus; 14) St. Boniface Softball Team; 15) Fettig Wangler Merchandise Store; 16) Wangler Family Reunion; 17) School Days; 18) Children Christmas Programs; 19) Anton G. Schatz's Memories; 20) Reminiscing Through the Years; 21) St. Boniface Church in Later Years; 22) St. Boniface Parish and Roster; 23) Family Memories and Reflections; 24) Parish Family Index; and other sections.

Family names include: Aberle, Becker, Braun, Doll, Duttenhoffer, Feist, Fettig, Franck, Glatt, Grensteiner, Gross, Grosz, Huber, Jacob, Johs, Keller, Kuhn, Leier, Lipp, Marquart, Masseth, Meier, Mitzel, Moch, Mueller, Nagel, Nolz, Piatz, Reis, Schatz, Schmidt, Schumacher, Schwartzenberger, Silbernagel, Vetter, Wald, Wangler, Weigel, Welder, Werner, Wickenheiser, and Zerr.

St. Boniface Cemetery.
Wrought-iron cross in cemetery.
St. Boniface Church in 1948.
Interior view of the church.

St. Boniface Catholic Church Centennial 2005

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