Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Where in the world is St. Boniface?

Besides hearing this question a lot in grade school when people tried to do the good St. Louis thing and ask about where you went to school, it's come up a lot lately.

The large white St. Boniface statue which sat in a niche on the front facade in this picture disappeared sometime last month. So far, it seems, no one knows where he is.

So like the famous childrens' program, I'm searching him out. Have any details? Let us know via e-mail.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the St. Louis Review several weeks ago, there was a very detailed article about where things went. It said the bells, windows, and the St. Boniface statue are in storage at the Archdiocese to be used in a future church project

9:08 AM  
Blogger cb said...

Thanks for the note. We'll talk to the Review and make this available shortly on

Note: many articles on are not available unless you are a subscriber to the print edition.

9:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well im sure being the good catholic you subscribe to the review

11:06 AM  
Blogger cb said...

Sure do. Not that I agree with it, but I get it.

I also follow a number of other publications for my own knowledge.

Feel free to ID yourself at anytime. :)

11:24 AM  

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