Come Grow in Your Faith at Muskego's Catholic Church and School!

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 some in the Gathering Space for anyone who needs one.
  • Our 9am Sunday Mass continues to be 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. You also can view the recorded Mass on our Facebook page anytime after Mass begins (even before it ends!)
  • December 5-6 Worship Aid for live-stream or 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!
  • Did you miss Father Dan's talk on generosity earlier this month? See It Here and Find Out How You Can "Be the Light!" in 2021.

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, December 4; Tuesday, December 8; and Friday December 18. 

Our Advent Tree of Giving Tag Selection is Virtual This Year!

Our Advent Tree of Giving tag selection is available now through SignUp Genius this year due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus through close contact.
Gifts can be be dropped off in the Gathering Space before Masses starting November 28.
Our smaller effort this year is focused on the local community. Gifts will be given to about 26 families in need and organizations including Muskego Health Care Center and Muskego Norway schools.

Christmas Mass Reservation System Opens 9am Tuesday, December 8

We will use a reservation system for our six Christmas Masses.
Reservations, which will open at 9am this Tuesday, December 8, will be required. We will continue to have limited capacity due to the need for social distancing during the pandemic.
Here is how to make a reservation after 9am Tuesday, December 8:
  • Mass times are: 
    • 2pm*, 4pm, 6pm and 10pm on Christmas Eve
    • 8:30am and 10:30am on Christmas Day
  • Know what Mass time you want and how many people will attend from your household. Be prepared with several alternate times and, if you call, be prepared to write down your assigned section and row.
  • After 9am on Tuesday, December 8, go to the reservation link on this home page of our website or call our hotline at 262-392-8212.
  • Masks are required in all St. Leonard buildings at all times and doors open 20 minutes before each Mass.
  • Please cancel your reservation if your plans change or if you feel ill.
  • The 4pm and 10:30am Masses will be live-streamed on our public Facebook page.
*Archbishop Listecki has granted permission for a 2pm Christmas Eve Mass for this year only.

Scrip Is Available!



Scrip remains available - including a new online purchase option!

Scrip is a way to give money to St. Leonard without extra spending. You purchase retailer gift/debit cards at face value and our Christian Formation program keeps a cut of the sale determined by the retailer. These rebates to St. Leonard range from 1.5% to 13%.

Scrip cards had been sold after weekend Masses, but that is unlikely to be possible anytime soon due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus.

See Details Here on Ways To Buy Scrip, Including Form, Online Options!

Weekly Wednesday Confessions, Adoration

Confession will be offered next:

-- 3:30-4:30pm on Saturday, December 5

-- 5:30-6:30pm on Wednesday, December 9

  • NEW: We are live-streaming the first hour of Wednesday adoration on our public Facebook page.
  • No printed prayers are available for Eucharistic Adoration. You may access these Eucharistic Adoration Prayers while praying with the live-stream or praying in church, or to print your own copy.
  • There is no need to register for Adoration - just 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.

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. Go To Online Giving

Our parish app is another way to access online giving as well as other information.

Download our 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


  • Sun, Dec 6th

  • Sun, Nov 29th

Contact Us

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

If you need to contact a staff member, please click here for phone numbers and email addresses. Messages are checked regularly.

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

Parish Office

Grades K3 - 8 School Office

Preschool - Grade 11 Christian Formation Office

Engraved Pavers Make Great Gifts

St. Leonard School is excited to bring back the opportunity to become a part of parish history by purchasing a personalized engraved brick paver! Pavers will be installed next summer with others now at the school entrance.

Create a lasting tribute or message:
-- Children, families or alumni
-- Favorite Bible verse
-- Special event commemoration
-- Honored memory of a loved one

For all the details, see the two-page form here. Note that you can pay for your paver through our online giving platform, WeShare.


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 

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.

Endowment Fund Annual Report

Since 2008, the St. Leonard Congregation Endowment Fund has contributed more than $95,000 toward children's education, outreach programs and stewardship. Investment earnings are allocated while the principal remains intact.
Recipients for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, were the Growing with God building loan fund and a grant for part of our new school playground equipment.

See The Endowment Fund Annual Report Here

What Is Our Mission?

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

Check Our School-Day Video!

Sunday, January 17, 2021

Register Here!
Registration strongly encouraged so we can welcome you or contact you if our Open House plans change.

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.

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 . . . 

-- 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. The application window is February 1, 2021, to April 15, 2021, for the 2021-22 school year.


Please Enjoy Our 2-Minute Parish Video!

Building The Kingdom of God

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

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!