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Lent Opportunities

Lent is a 40-day season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving that began on Ash Wednesday (February 17 this year) and ends at sundown on Holy Thursday. It's a period of preparation to celebrate the Lord's Resurrection at Easter. Find Out More Here!

CONFESSIONS
Father Dan offers confessions 5:30 to 6:30pm every Wednesday and by appointment.

Father John will offer confessions 3:30-4:30pm on the following Saturdays: February 27, March 13 and March 27. 

RECONCILIATION SERVICE
This service, with many priests present for confessions, will be at 7pm on Wednesday, March 24, at St. Leonard.

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
12:30pm to 9:30pm every Wednesday in church.

  • We are live-streaming the first hour of Wednesday adoration on our public Facebook page.
  • You may access these Eucharistic Adoration Prayers while praying with the live-stream or praying in church, or to print your own copy to bring and take with you when you leave.
  • Come and and stay for as long as you want!  However,  we do need to make sure that someone is always with the Blessed Sacrament when it is exposed. If you are willing to commit to a one-hour shift on a specific day, Please Sign Up Here or call Greg Wieckowski, 262-349-7105

STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Stations will be prayed in church at 6pm Thursdays through March 23. NEW: Good Friday Stations of the Cross will be at 5pm on Friday, April 2.

HUMAN CONCERNS COLLECTIONS FOR NON-PROFITS
Our Human Concerns Committee will collect different items across the weekends of Lent to assist six nonprofits who help people in need. See All The Details Here

HUMAN CONCERNS EASTER FOODS COLLECTION
See the sign-up to offer to bring a ham, grocery gift cards or other items for a family that needs Easter dinner help this year. Most items must be dropped off at a specific time on March 20. See Details, Sign Up Here

NEED HELP WITH YOUR EASTER DINNER?
If your family—or someone you know—is in need of help with Easter dinner foods, please contact Amy Gardner at [email protected] or 414-975-0955 as soon as possible in order to complete a form and to receive further information.

SOUP AND BREAD AT HOME
Here are meatless soup recipes from our usual Ash Wednesday Soup and Bread Supper to make at home any Lenten Friday, along with a special meal prayer.

Join Us For Mass!

Weekend Mass Details

  • 5:00pm Saturday
  • 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00am on Sunday.
  • Thank you for wearing the required mask over your mouth and nose for the safety of all. We have masks in the Gathering Space for anyone who arrives without one.
  • Our 9am Sunday Mass is live streamed on our Facebook page. You may need to refresh the page for the Mass to appear if you tune in before the live stream starts. If you do not have an account, ignore the message about logging in and just scroll down and click on the video (or red "LIVE" icon) with the correct date. You also can view the recorded Mass on our Facebook page anytime after Mass begins (even before it ends!)
  • March 6-7 Worship Aid to preview readings, for live-stream or for those seated in Gathering Space. All readings and songs also are visible on screens in church.
  • See Our Bulletin Here or pick one up after Mass or anytime from the bulletin box at the foot of the Parish Office driveway.
  • Online Giving - Thank you very much for your continued support of our mission!

Weekday Mass Details

  • Noon, Tuesday through Friday, in church and all live streamed on our Facebook page.
  • The only exception will be when a private morning Mass is held for our school children, usually on Fridays. On those days, a staff member will lead a noon Communion Service which will be live-streamed on our Facebook page. Those dates coming up are Friday, February 26; Friday, March 5; Friday, March 12; Thursday, March 18, and Friday March 26. 

Come To St. Leonard For Virtual Men of Christ Conference

 
While the annual Men of Christ Conference will be held virtually on March 20, it will be shown in our church on our big screens and include in-person worship. Gather with other men - maintaining social distancing - for this faith-building opportunity.
 
The conference is 8am to 12:30pm on Saturday, March 20. While the conference is free this year, registration is required. Speakers include Kevin O'Brien, Jason Jones, Chris Stefanick and Archbishop Jerome Listecki.
 
 

Register At Our Virtual Auction Site Today!

Want to get on the inside track regarding The Great Virtual Auction to be held this year in lieu of our traditional St. Leonard Dinner Auction?

Click here to register today on the virtual auction site. Look for "Sign Up" button in the gold rectangle at this link. By registering, you are set up to be a bidder and can receive messages from the bid site leading up to the April 17 auction. You also can check back to view posted videos and preview bid items.

The auction will be live streamed starting at 6:30 Saturday, April 17. A pre-ordered take-and-bake dinner will be offered on the site through The Stilt House for pick up at St. Leonard. Auction proceeds will help pay for better security of our school building with an upgrade to the public address and phone systems as well as help finance middle school retreats.

Our School Is Enrolling Now For 2021-2022!

We have been shaping children at St. Leonard School spiritually, academically, emotionally and physically in Muskego for 60 years! Our academics will challenge your K3-Grade 8 child, who will thrive in our nurturing environment with caring teachers, small class sizes and more as we live out our faith.

We welcome every opportunity to share what's special about our school! Please contact our principal, Mrs Lisa Ellis, at 262-679-0451 or submit a school contact form.

Did you know . . . 

-- St. Leonard's K4 is much more learning for less money for families seeking a 9-hour day! We are the least-expensive option when compared with all the Muskego-Norway School District community sites. And during that more affordable, 9-hour day, we offer more than two times the instructional time.

-- St. Leonard School participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program!  Do not let tuition be a deciding factor for an excellent education. See a helpful two-page overview here or go to the state Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Choice information page or call the school office at 262-679-0451 for more information. The application window is February 1, 2021, to April 15, 2021, for the 2021-22 school year.

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Contact Us

Our staff is working, but public office hours are not yet set.

If emergency sacramental care is required, please call the parish office and follow the emergency prompts.

Parish Office
Staffed 8:30am-4pm Monday through Thursday and 8:30am-noon Friday
Please call ahead if possible, otherwise ring doorbell
262-679-1773 or click here for phone numbers and email addressses

Grades K3 - 8 School Office
262-679-0451

Preschool - Grade 11 Christian Formation Office
262-679-0880

Building The Kingdom of God

  • We welcomed four new Catholics in fall 2020!
  • First Communions in small groups in summer and fall 2020!
  • Most youth were Confirmed at three summer 2020 Masses!
  • Unforgettable - April 2020 Prayer Procession through Muskego!
  • Ready for outdoor school Mass in fall 2020!
  • New playground equipment installed and blessed in fall 2020!
  • Our crucifix and screens are new since April 2020!
  • Volunteers raise the new cross in May 2020!
  • Our new crucifix!
  • Our K3 offers play-based learning (2019 photo)!
  • Our Grade K3-8 School offers small class sizes (2018)!
  • Easter 2020 announcement!
  • Blessing bags for homeless shelter made by Gr. 6 Christian Formation students (2018).
  • Our K3-8 school students teach one another at times (2018)!
  • Our School Community works together (2018)!
  • School children prepare for the 2019 May Crowning Mass!
  • Christian Formation families packed > 20,000 meals in 90 minutes in 2019!
  • A Pentecost 2019 visit with our sister parish, St. Michael, Milwaukee.
  • Older and younger children work together on police officer appreciation gifts (2018).
  • Our January 202 Ministry Fair!
  • Our Mission Trip team went to Memphis in 2018!
  • Our school Variety Show is great fun (2018)!
  • 2017 Parish Center floor signing!
  • No further words necessary on Parish Center I-beam!
  • Everyone dug our Parish Center groundbreaking in 2017!!

What Is Our Mission?

Growing as Catholics
in the image of Jesus Christ
through Worship, Formation and Community

Do You Or Someone You Know Need Help?

Our ongoing collection of food for people in need is in the brown bins in the church hallways. Items may be dropped off before weekend Masses. Thank you!
 
Please call the parish office at 262-679-1773 to:
  • Arrange a time to get food from our well-stocked Human Concerns pantry.
  • Get other assistance through our local St. Vincent de Paul Society by leaving a message at the parish office, 262-679-1773.

Our Faith Calls Us To Give In Many Ways

Contributions and other payments may be made at public weekend Masses or mailed to St. Leonard Parish, W173S7743 Westwood Drive, Muskego, WI 53150.

If possible, please convert your gifts to our WeShare online giving. You control the amounts and frequency. Find Out More About Online Giving

Our Calendar

Scroll down down to see other dates. To find out if event/meeting is being held virtually, please click on specific listing and look at "Facility Name" entry.

Click HERE for Month View 

Please Enjoy Our 2-Minute Parish Video from 2019!

Please Ignore Scam Requests That Appear To Be From Father Dan

Parishioners sometimes let Father Dan know that they receive scam emails or texts that appear to be from him asking for gift cards. These requests are NOT from Father Dan. Please disregard them completely.

Never give money in response to a text or email without verifying that it is legitimate. This scam is affecting nearly every church and every pastor.

Pray for the healing and conversion of those who seek to profit by scams or fraud. Just imagine how much better our world would be if they used their time for something good!