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Assumption - Special 9am Public Mass Saturday, August 15

We will celebrate a special 9am Mass for the feast day for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday, August 15.
This Mass in church will not require a reservation. It also will be live streamed on our parish Facebook page.
This feast day - which celebrates God's assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven - is not a Holy Day of Obligation this year.

Clean Spirits Volunteers, Maintenance Staff Work To Keep Environment Clean Between Masses

  • Ready for action
  • Clorox 360 electrostatic disinfection in use since public Masses restarted
  • Clorox 360 electrostatic disinfection in use since public Masses restarted
  • Pew wipes and trash get attention
  • Wipes and disposal available in every open pew
  • Bathroom are wiped down
  • Organized cleaning supplies
  • Doors are high-touch areas
  • Family bathroom gets attention
  • Door bars are sanitized
  • Gathering Space chairs are wiped down

Make A Reservation For Regular Weekend Masses

Our current weekend Mass times are 5:00pm Saturday and 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00am on Sunday.

Our 9am Mass is live streamed on our Facebook page.

If you are thinking about attending Mass, please keep in mind:

  • You may want to select a Mass other than 5pm Saturday, August 15. Public seating will be limited because 13 children will be celebrating First Communions with their families.
  • A reservation is required for weekend Masses, but not for our public noon Tuesday and Wednesday Masses in church.
  • Our Mass reservation system reopens at 9am Tuesdays for the following weekend's Masses. Make A Reservation Online Here or call our reservation hotline at 262-392-8212.
  • Find more details in our 4-page St. Leonard Catholic Comeback Public Mass Guide. Masks have been required since public Masses restarted in late May.
  • You can pick up a paper bulletin after Mass outside church, view or download one here or pick one up anytime from the bulletin box at the foot of the Parish Office driveway.
  • Please stay home if you are not feeling well even if you made a reservation.
Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki has dispensed Catholics from the obligation of attend Mass through September 6. At the same time, he directed parishes to use a "Catholic Comeback Matrix" with three phases of activity based on current health conditions and recommendations.

Keys To Staying Connected

Check Out Our Facebook Page, Which Anyone Can See Even Without Account

We continue live streaming many church services, which also are available as videos, on our Facebook page:


Please Give Generously!

Your contributions support our mission! Thank you for your gifts!

With the present dispensation from attending weekend Mass, we depend on you to make sure your gifts reach us. If possible, please convert your gifts to online giving. Go To Online Giving

Contributions also may be made at public weekend Masses if you attend or mailed to St. Leonard Parish, W173S7743 Westwood Drive, Muskego, WI 53150. Thank you very much!


How To Get In Touch

Our staff is working, but no public parish office hours are set. If you need to contact a staff member, please click here for phone numbers and email addresses. If emergency sacramental care is required, please call the parish office at 262-679-1773 and follow the emergency prompts. General message also are checked regularly.


Our New Parish App

Download our new parish app and get instant notification on news from St. Leonard.

Click here to download the Parish App from the Google Play Store

Click here to download the Parish App from the Apple App Store


Our Newsletters

Do you get our informative emailed newsletter? If not, send a note to [email protected] to get added to the newsletter distribution list. We're staying in touch with more than 1,600 people through this newsletter! See A Recent Email Newsletter Here.

All parishioners should receive our paper newsletter occasionally sent by regular mail. Usually, this is mailed twice a year, but has been sent more often this year due to the coronavirus. See the July Paper Newsletter Here.

Weekday Public Masses, Adoration, Confessions In Place

Confessions will be offered in the regular church confessionals two times in the next week:

-- 3-4pm, Saturday, August 15

-- 5:30-6:30pm, Wednesday, August 19



Please note: No printed prayers will be available, but you may access this link on your phone while there or bring your own printed copy. Eucharistic Adoration Prayers


  • Sun, Aug 16th

  • Sun, Aug 9th

Contact Us

Take Me To The Staff Page to email someone!

Parish Office

Grades K3 - 8 School

Preschool - Grade 11 Christian Formation

Slideshow - The Story of Our New Crucifix

  • Our new crucifix was blessed at Masses May 30-31!
  • The memorial evergreen used to make our crucifix.
  • The tree was removed for Parish Center construction in 2017.
  • Parishioner Pat Brown did all the finishing work by hand.
  • This corpus was selected for the crucifix.
  • Delivery of the new corpus.
  • The background wood was rejuvenated.
  • Buildings and Grounds Committee members bring the cross in.
  • Committee members raised the cross very carefully.
  • The Risen Christ and its cross moved into the Gathering Space.

Do You Or Someone You Know Need Help?

Our collection of food for people in need will move back into our church halls as it had been before public Masses ended. Items may be dropped off before weekend Masses even if you are not attending Mass. Please do not leave food outside the church doors - animals find it! Thank you for your past generosity.
Please call the parish office at 262-679-1773 to arrange a time to get food from our well-stocked Human Concerns pantry or get other assistance through our local St. Vincent de Paul Society at the parish office, 262-679-1773.

School Extended Care Help Wanted

We're looking for caring adults who would like to facilitate our school Extended Care Program. The hours for this paid position are 2:15-5:30pm Monday-Friday when school is in session, starting August 25.
Please contact our school principal, Lisa Ellis, at [email protected] if you are interested!

See The Full Job Description Here!

We'd Like To Restock Our Mass Mask Supply

What Is Our Mission?

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

Spiritwear Mask Available

St. Leonard spirit wear masks are now available for purchase online, with free shipping. You will receive a call a few days after you order when your order is ready for pick-up from a bin outside our main school doors. Order Masks Here.

Masks are 3ply and washable. Our Home and School will use profits to help pay for a new playground.  Email questions to

Check Our School-Day Video!

We have been shaping children at St. Leonard School spiritually, academically, emotionally and physically in Muskego for nearly 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.

Check out this article about one parent's testimony on how at-home schooling taught him the value of Catholic education!

We welcome every opportunity to share what's special about our school! Please contact our principal, Mrs Lisa Ellis, at 262-679-0451 or at [email protected], to learn more.

Finally, did you know . . . 

-- We began a K3 class in fall 2019! Learn All About It Here!

-- 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.  Go to DPI's Choice information page or call the school office at 262-679-0451 for more information.


Please Enjoy Our 2-Minute Parish Video!

Please Ignore Scam Requests That Appears To Be From Father Dan

Parishioners sometimes let Father Dan that they receive scam emails or texts that appeared 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!

Building The Kingdom of God

  • Our new crucifix!
  • Our K3 offers play-based learning!
  • Our Grade K3-8 School offers small class sizes!
  • Easter 2020 announcement!
  • Blessing bags for homeless shelter made by Gr. 6 Christian Formation students.
  • Our annual Christmas play spotlights our faith!
  • Our K3-8 school students teach one another at times!
  • The Christian Mothers group celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019!
  • Annual Outdoor Independence Day Mass
  • Father Dan's 10th Anniversary of Ordination in May 2019!
  • Banners made by our 1st Communion children!
  • 60 children made their 1st Communion in May 2019!
  • Congrats to the 58th graduating class of St. Leonard School!
  • Our School Community works together!
  • School children prepare for the May Crowning Mass!
  • Christian Formation families packed > 20,000 meals in 90 minutes for Somalia!
  • Congratulations to our 51 young men and women Confirmed in April 2019
  • A Pentecost 2019 visit with our sister parish, St. Michael, Milwaukee.
  • Older and younger children work together on police officer appreciation gifts!
  • Our Ministry Fair helps people learn about putting faith into action.
  • Check out our beautiful Little Leos during-Mass child care room!
  • Our Mission Trip team went to Memphis in 2018!
  • Our school Variety Show is great fun!
  • School Children Outdoor Mass!
  • St. Leonard spirit!
  • Parish Center floor signing!
  • No further words necessary on Parish Center I-beam!
  • We made many physical improvements, including our new Parish Center!
  • Father Dan and Archbishop Listecki at Parish Center groundbreaking!
  • Everyone dug in at our Parish Center groundbreaking!
  • The walls make way for construction of our Parish Center!

A Safe Environment Is Very Important

At St. Leonard Catholic Church & School, we are committed to providing a safe environment with healthy relationships for all students, parents, school personnel, volunteers, and clergy.

The goal of the Safeguarding All of God’s Family program is to protect our children and all in the church family from all forms of abuse and neglect.

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee requires that all three program requirements shown below must be completed before any adult may begin any parish employment or volunteer with children or youth:

  • Authorize a criminal background check
  • Read and sign the Code of Ethical Standards and read the Mandatory Reporting Statement
  • Participate in a Safe Environment Education session

For more information, go to Archdiocese of Milwaukee Safe Environment Program