Pastoral Update

March 12, 2023: Click here for the recorded announcement from Fr. Nathan Reesman, the Vicar for Clergy for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, regarding an update on Fr. Dan's health leave of absence from the parish. 

What's Coming Up?

Love One Another

Our Grade K3-8 Children Grow in Faith and Knowledge!

Check out our 1-minute St. Leonard School video to find out how we are following in the footsteps of Jesus!

We welcome every opportunity to share what's special about our school! Please contact our principal, Mrs. Laura Bisher, at 262-679-0451 or submit a school contact form to learn more, ask questions or set up a private tour.

Did you know . . . 

-- St. Leonard has been shaping children at St. Leonard School spiritually, academically, emotionally and physically in Muskego for more than 60 years! Our academics - rooted in faith - 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.

-- 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.

-- We offer half-day and full-day options for K3 and K4. Other options for K3 include 5-days or 3-days a week.

-- We have installed air purification systems in each classroom that kill the coronavirus. Needlepoint bipolar ionization purification is going on continually throughout our entire parish campus, including the cafeteria, gym, church, Gathering Space and all offices.

-- St. Leonard School participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program! Do not let tuition be a deciding factor for an excellent education. Find Out More Here.


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Building The Kingdom of God

  • Our Parish Picnic has fun for all ages!
  • A team of parishioners packs boxes at the Hunger Task Force in West Milwaukee several times a year.
  • Our First Communions are made at three Masses!
  • Our Do Something Day of Service at St. Leonard includes worship, fellowship and work projects.
  • More than 350 people attended our 2022 Parish Picnic!
  • Father Dan teaches our school 2nd graders what they can expect when they are offered First Communion.
  • Making blankets for Ukraine refugees was part of our Christian Formation "Faith in Action" night. Families are invited to learn about needs, pray and take act to help.
  • Our school 7th Grade performs a Passion Play to help everyone understand Jesus's love and sacrifice.
  • Our school students enjoy outdoor and indoor classes - and no uniforms - on our annual High Interest Day!
  • Auxiliary Bishop Jeffrey Haines Confirms 47 youth in April 2022.
  • Proceeds of 10th Annual Turkey Trot go to charity!
  • School students prepare gift books about faith for everyone who takes part in our annual Turkey Trot 5K run/walk on Thanksgiving.
  • Father Dan visits Holy Week with our middle schoolers as part of a retreat.
  • The hybrid Men of Christ Conference drew 220 men to St. Leonard in March 2022.
  • Our Roaring '20s Dinner Auction in April 2022 raised more than $34,000!
  • Our K3 offers play-based learning!
  • Our K3-8 school students teach one another at times!
  • Adult formation opportunities are offered at various times and days throughout the week.
  • School children prepare for a May Crowning Mass!
  • Father Dan celebrates a few outdoor Masses each year.
  • Annual high school graduation Mass photo opp!
  • Father Dan blesses our renovated chapel.
  • Our Grade K3-8 School offers small class sizes!
  • Our 10th Annual Turkey Trot in 2021!
  • Ready for outdoor school Mass!
  • Our screens enhance our worship!
  • Our annual Ministry Fair helps people find ways to live their faith!
  • Our annual Mission Trip!
  • 2017 Parish Center (Gathering Space) addition floor signing!
  • Older and younger children work together on police officer appreciation gifts.

Get To Know Us With This 2-Minute Video!

Our Calendar

Scroll down down to see future dates. To find out details - such as if a meeting is being held virtually  - please click on specific listing and look at "Facility Name" entry.

Click HERE for Month View 

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.