CONGRATULATIONS Fr. Dan!
On, Saturday, March 22nd, Fr. Dan was installed as the sixth Pastor of St. Leonard Parish by Archbishop Listecki at the 5:00pm Mass.
WELCOME to Saint Leonard Parish
St. Leonard Congregation is a Catholic parish located in Muskego, Wisconsin. It is a member of Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The parish was founded in 1957. We have over 1600 families. There are about 200 students in the school and approximately 800 students in the Christian Formation programs. New families are always welcome to both the parish and the school.
We have a wide array of programs and ministries. Our staff is inviting and helpful. Browse around this website to discover who we are and what we have to offer.
Have you ever wondered if God was speaking to you or if it was just a voice in your head? Do you know how to tell the difference? This is just one of the many things you will learn during this Passion and Purpose event. Being a Dynamic Catholic means knowing how to apply the incredible genius of Catholicism to our every day lives. Most Catholics feel inadequate when it comes to doing this, so Matthew Kelly has put together a one-day retreat to change that. This is a day that will leave you energized, educated and inspired. Get ready for a life-altering experience!
St. Leonard Parish is proud to welcome MATTHEW KELLY(pdf)
DATE: Friday, July 25th, 2014.
TIME: 7:00pm - 10:45pm
Tickets are $39.00 per person and includes books, CDs and refreshments. To reserve your spot call Nancy Kerns in the parish office :
Questions? Please email Nancy Kerns:
or call 262-679-1773
NEW!! We will now record Fr. Dan's homilies and you will be able to click on the date below and listen to Fr. Dan's homily.
April 6, 2014
March 29, 2014 - Deacon Rick Wirch Homily
March 22, 2014 - Archbishop Jerome Listecki Homily
March 22, 2014 - Fr. Dan's Installation
If you would like to order St. Lonard Spiritwear, please click here to download an order form.
If you were not able to listen to Fr. Dan's talk on "How Cathoics read the bible" on November 29th, you may click on the following link to listen to an audio version. "How Catholics read the Bible"