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At St. Leonard Parish, we strive to grow as a community of prayer and worship.  We hope that these resources will help you deepen your own prayer life!  Check back here throughout the liturgical year for additional seasonal resources.

Lent: 2022 Worship Opportunities

The Worship Committee organized a series of prayer offerings for this Lenten season. We hope you will take advantage of these opportunities to pray and worship as a community

Advent 2021 Video Series

St. Leonard and our sister parish, St. Frances of Rome, collaborated on a video series featuring musical selections, Scripture readings, reflections, and at-home prayers during Advent 2021.

Reflections for the Journey: Lent 2021

The Worship Committee organized a series of fourteen Gospel reflections by parishioners, staff, and clergy of St. Leonard throughout the season of Lent.  We have also included a worksheet that we hope will help you to discern your selection of Lenten practices.

Knoop Notes

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 12, 2023 Gathering Hymn: Responsorial Psalm: Gospel Acclamation: Sacrament of Anointing: Preparation of the Gifts: Eucharistic Prayer Acclamations: Holy, Holy, Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Great Amen ,  Lamb of God             …

In Preparation of World Day of the Sick -February 11th

As we prepare for the coming of World Day of the Sick on February 11th, I thought it worth reminding everyone of the purpose of Anointing and encourage anyone who needs some healing to take advantage of this sacrament. This …

Let There Be Light!

As we continue to find ways to be more efficient and thoughtful in our energy usage, we have made the switch to LED bulbs in all of our chandeliers in church. Thank you to parishioner Chris Carter for changing the …

Do You Hunger for Deeper Connection?

Do you have the desire to do a little extra this year during Lent and make a difference with God’s help? We need hosts who are willing to open their homes and invite friends and neighbors for new small faith …

Return Last Year’s Palms

Bring in last year’s palms from home to be burned to make Lenten ashes for this years’ Ash Wednesday Liturgies and Distribution.   A marked basket is located by the main entrance of each church to collect your used palms. …

Parish Snow Policy -No Tuesday Noon Mass at St Leonard Today.

Due to today’s inclement weather, there will be no noon Mass at St Leonard today. Please remember our snow policy as it applies to our Masses. Your safety is very important to us, so with that in mind, should JCPS …

Radical Welcome

What does it look like to be a radically welcoming church? Cardinal Robert McElroy of San Diego has an excellent article about that in the Jesuit magazine America this week. He raises issues that it would normally be rare for …

Congratulations to Our Scholars

The Following schools with parishioner students have posted their Honor Rolls to the parish. Assumption High School -The following St Leonard parishioner finished the First Semester on a strong note. Kandace Gahafer -Principal’s List Trinity High School -The following St …

Welcoming Out Littlest Catholics

Given the way that my chair faces at both of our churches one of the things I get to see is that little children don’t like to sit still. Or be quiet. Which is fine by me. They’re kids! And I …

And With Your Spirit

“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” You may hear this greeting twice at mass this weekend, once as the opening greeting of the mass from the presider, and once in the Second …

Reflections for the Journey: Lent 2021

The Worship Committee organized a series of fourteen Gospel reflections by parishioners, staff, and clergy of St. Leonard throughout the season of Lent.  We have also included a worksheet that we hope will help you to discern your selection of Lenten practices.

Knoop Notes

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 12, 2023 Gathering Hymn: Responsorial Psalm: Gospel Acclamation: Sacrament of Anointing: Preparation of the Gifts: Eucharistic Prayer Acclamations: Holy, Holy, Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Great Amen ,  Lamb of God             …

In Preparation of World Day of the Sick -February 11th

As we prepare for the coming of World Day of the Sick on February 11th, I thought it worth reminding everyone of the purpose of Anointing and encourage anyone who needs some healing to take advantage of this sacrament. This …

Let There Be Light!

As we continue to find ways to be more efficient and thoughtful in our energy usage, we have made the switch to LED bulbs in all of our chandeliers in church. Thank you to parishioner Chris Carter for changing the …

Do You Hunger for Deeper Connection?

Do you have the desire to do a little extra this year during Lent and make a difference with God’s help? We need hosts who are willing to open their homes and invite friends and neighbors for new small faith …

Return Last Year’s Palms

Bring in last year’s palms from home to be burned to make Lenten ashes for this years’ Ash Wednesday Liturgies and Distribution.   A marked basket is located by the main entrance of each church to collect your used palms. …

Parish Snow Policy -No Tuesday Noon Mass at St Leonard Today.

Due to today’s inclement weather, there will be no noon Mass at St Leonard today. Please remember our snow policy as it applies to our Masses. Your safety is very important to us, so with that in mind, should JCPS …

Radical Welcome

What does it look like to be a radically welcoming church? Cardinal Robert McElroy of San Diego has an excellent article about that in the Jesuit magazine America this week. He raises issues that it would normally be rare for …

Congratulations to Our Scholars

The Following schools with parishioner students have posted their Honor Rolls to the parish. Assumption High School -The following St Leonard parishioner finished the First Semester on a strong note. Kandace Gahafer -Principal’s List Trinity High School -The following St …

Welcoming Out Littlest Catholics

Given the way that my chair faces at both of our churches one of the things I get to see is that little children don’t like to sit still. Or be quiet. Which is fine by me. They’re kids! And I …

And With Your Spirit

“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” You may hear this greeting twice at mass this weekend, once as the opening greeting of the mass from the presider, and once in the Second …

Reflections for the Journey: Lent 2021

The Worship Committee organized a series of fourteen Gospel reflections by parishioners, staff, and clergy of St. Leonard throughout the season of Lent.  We have also included a worksheet that we hope will help you to discern your selection of Lenten practices.

Knoop Notes

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 12, 2023 Gathering Hymn: Responsorial Psalm: Gospel Acclamation: Sacrament of Anointing: Preparation of the Gifts: Eucharistic Prayer Acclamations: Holy, Holy, Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Great Amen ,  Lamb of God             …

In Preparation of World Day of the Sick -February 11th

As we prepare for the coming of World Day of the Sick on February 11th, I thought it worth reminding everyone of the purpose of Anointing and encourage anyone who needs some healing to take advantage of this sacrament. This …

Let There Be Light!

As we continue to find ways to be more efficient and thoughtful in our energy usage, we have made the switch to LED bulbs in all of our chandeliers in church. Thank you to parishioner Chris Carter for changing the …

Do You Hunger for Deeper Connection?

Do you have the desire to do a little extra this year during Lent and make a difference with God’s help? We need hosts who are willing to open their homes and invite friends and neighbors for new small faith …

Return Last Year’s Palms

Bring in last year’s palms from home to be burned to make Lenten ashes for this years’ Ash Wednesday Liturgies and Distribution.   A marked basket is located by the main entrance of each church to collect your used palms. …

Parish Snow Policy -No Tuesday Noon Mass at St Leonard Today.

Due to today’s inclement weather, there will be no noon Mass at St Leonard today. Please remember our snow policy as it applies to our Masses. Your safety is very important to us, so with that in mind, should JCPS …

Radical Welcome

What does it look like to be a radically welcoming church? Cardinal Robert McElroy of San Diego has an excellent article about that in the Jesuit magazine America this week. He raises issues that it would normally be rare for …

Congratulations to Our Scholars

The Following schools with parishioner students have posted their Honor Rolls to the parish. Assumption High School -The following St Leonard parishioner finished the First Semester on a strong note. Kandace Gahafer -Principal’s List Trinity High School -The following St …

Welcoming Out Littlest Catholics

Given the way that my chair faces at both of our churches one of the things I get to see is that little children don’t like to sit still. Or be quiet. Which is fine by me. They’re kids! And I …

And With Your Spirit

“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” You may hear this greeting twice at mass this weekend, once as the opening greeting of the mass from the presider, and once in the Second …

Winter Retreat

The staff of St. Leonard and St. Frances of Rome worked together to create a weekly Winter Retreat in January and February of 2021.

Learning

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Reading

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Life is Good

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Our Classes

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Our Books

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EducationWP

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Advent 2020 Video Series

St. Leonard and our sister parish, St. Frances of Rome, collaborated on a video series featuring musical selections, Scripture readings, reflections, and at-home prayers during Advent 2020.

Advent 2020 Reflections

The Worship Committee of St. Leonard Parish collected prayer intentions and composed reflections to guide our community’s prayer throughout Advent 2020.