|Boniface - Illustrated profile of the Apostle of Germany.
||Boniface, Bishop, Missionary, Martyr - Biographical essay. With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
|Boniface of Crediton - Short biography, by Karen Rae Keck.
||Boniface of Crediton and Companions - Illustrated hagiography.
|Boniface, Saint - Biographical article on the Apostle of Germany, from the 1911 Encyclopędia Britannica.
||Boniface, Saint, English missionary monk and martyr - Short biographical entry in the Columbia Encyclopedia.
|Ecclesiae Fastos - Encyclical of Pope Pius XII, on St. Boniface. Promulgated in 1954.
||The Life of St. Boniface - Modern English translation of Willibald's life of the Anglo-Saxon missionary to Germany. From the Internet Medieval Sourcebook.
|Saint Boniface, Archbishop of Mentz, Apostle of Germany, and Martyr - From Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints.
||Saint Boniface, Martyr, Apostle of Germany - From the book "Lives of Saints," published by John J. Crawley.
|Saint Boniface of Mainz - Pious meditation on the life of St. Boniface, by Terry Matz.
||St. Boniface - Born Winfrid, a native of England, Benedictine monk, the Apostle of Germany, martyred in 755. Biographical article in the Catholic Encyclopedia.
|St. Boniface and the Conversion of Germany - A letter from Pope Gregory II to Boniface; "Oath of Boniface to the Papacy;" and a short life of Boniface by Willibald.
||St Boniface of Crediton - Illustrated biography of the patron saint of Germany and the Netherlands, available in four languages. Also selections from the saint's correspondence, St. Boniface in art, a section for children, information on national shrine in England.