St. Leo the Great

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Weekend Mass Schedule
  • Sunday 9:30 AM
    11:30 AM
  • Saturday 4:30 PM
Weekday Mass Schedule
  • Monday 8:00 AM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM
  • Friday 8:00 AM
  • Saturday 8:00 AM
Mass Schedule for Holy Days

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At each Mass during the first weekend of every month, the first reading is in Italian, as well as the Eucharistic Prayer when Fr. Bernie is the celebrant.

St. Leo's has ministries and societies such as Hands & Hearts, an outreach program that serves those in need; St. Leo's Seniors Group; Knights of Columbus; St. Anthony Society; Sodality of Our Lady, and others. The Pandola Learning Center is an arm of our parish which offers Italian language classes and other Italian related cultural classes held in the former St. Leo's School.

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  • Question Are the posted Mass times correct?
  • Question What do I need to get copy of Baptismal certificate?

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