Bible Study: Acts of the Apostles

Mother Boniface Spirituality Center in Philadelphia is offering a Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles. This is a five-session program of apostolic formation. The Risen Lord Jesus promised:  "You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you will be my witnesses" (Acts 1:8). Prepare for Pentecost (May 24) by studying the adventures and trials of Sts. Peter and Paul.  Learn from them how to become "missionary disciples" who confidently bear witness to faith in Jesus Christ.

Presenter: Sr. Sara Butler, MSBT has taught graduate courses in Christology for the past 25 years and is consultant to the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization.

Dates & Time: Tuesdays April 14th, 21st,  28th  and May 5th  and 12th  from 7-9 pm

Fee:   Free Will Offering

Please call 267-350-1830 or 267-350-1831 for more information or to register at least 3 days prior to each session


Calling all Young Adults in the Northeast Philadelphia area!

Are you a young adult in your 20’s and 30’s? Are you a recent college graduate who has come back home to find that there are no young adult groups around you? Are you looking to meet fellow Catholics in the Northeast Philadelphia area while deepening your faith? Are you interested in being part of a brand new Young Adult Ministry? Are you interested in answering your missionary call to serve others, and in the words of Father Thomas Augustine Judge, “Be good, do good, and be a power for good”?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, come for a Young Adult interest meeting at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center. We want to hear your voice and feedback on how we can serve you as well as other young adults in the Northeast Philadelphia area. We will discuss ideas for potential programs, events, mission trips, and activities that promote and enliven the four pillars of our Catholic faith: The Profession of Faith, Liturgy and Sacraments, Life in Christ, and Christian Prayer.

Spring Break at Albuquerque!

Sr. Olivia and Sr. Mary Kay led twelve students and two chaperones from Assumption High School in Louisville, KY for an annual Alternative Spring Break mission trip. They had a week of service, prayer, apostolic reflection, and fun near Albuquerque, NM. Here is a video of there trip:

The Next Chapter in the Story of My Life: A Vocational Exploration Retreat

This past weekend, seven young women gathered for The Next Chapter in the Story of My Life: A Vocational Exploration Retreat led by Maureen Masterson Carr, Vocation and Volunteering Associate and Carolina Soares, MBSC Youth and Young Adult Minister at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center. It was a wonderful day full of prayer, activities and reflection.

Check out our retreat's photo gallery!


2015 Easter Novena Masses

Easter, 2015

Dear Missionary Friend,

Easter is a time when we focus on our Lord Jesus Christ’s death on the Cross and His triumphant Resurrection.

Father Thomas Judge, C.M., founder of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, spoke of the symbol of the Cross. “The Cross is a sign that provokes us to love, to worship, to gratitude, to thanksgiving, to service.  The Cross is our hope, our joy, our peace and consolation.  It is a blessed pledge of a happy future, a happy eternity.  We cannot look upon that Cross without knowing that thereupon was paid the price of our soul’s salvation.  In the Cross there is power, in the Cross there is help.”

The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity continue to follow in the footsteps of the apostles who, filled with the Holy Spirit, went forth to spread everywhere the knowledge and love of Jesus.  We continue to serve and promote the “preservation of the faith”, by developing a missionary spirit in the laity, with the goal that “every Catholic be an apostle.”

The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity minister to “spiritually neglected and abandoned Catholics who are in danger of losing their faith, especially the poor”. We work in a variety of ministries wherever that ministry is needed.   

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