Christian Formation

All Christian Formation programs will return
to the classroom setting for the 2021-22 year. 
The following change from 2020-21 will remain in effect for 2021-22:
  • Christian Formation Registration, Mass Reflection sheets, Service Hours sheets and all other forms will be provided electronically.  All forms should be filled out, signed, and returned electronically.  Please let us know if there is a change to your primary email address. 
As an exception again for the 2020-2021 due to classes remaining virtual/online for the entire year, ALL STUDENTS are to be considered as having their requirements complete as of March 15, 2021.  This decision was not made lightly and was decided with Fr. Dan and the Christian Formation Staff.  Because of this decision, we will not be sending out evaluations this year and everyone will start the fall semester as a new year. 


We have excellent Christian Formation programs ready for your child this fall! All of us at St. Leonard want to help your child to grow in faith, knowledge and love of Jesus, especially in these challenging times.

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Contact Us                       Registration Forms                 General Information                        Youth Holy Hour Schedule
Class Schedule               Mass Reflection Sheets          Service Opportunities & Form       Family Faith in Action Events        
Elementary (Gr. 1-6)        Youth Ministry (Gr. 7-9)          Confirmation (Gr. 10-11)                  Jr. Leo's (3yr - 5yr old)   
Little Leos Nursery          Sacramental Guidelines        Vine & Branches (Spec Needs)       CLAS        Fundraisers        SCRIP
Completion of Requirements and Athletic Eligibility




to the St. Leonard

Christian Formation Department

Contact Us:

W173 S7777 Westwood Dr.
Muskego, WI 53150-9160
PHONE: 262-679-0880
FAX: 262-679-8502
The Christian Formation Office is located in the building that connects the Educational Center (Day School) and Parish Center.



For payment of Christian Formation tuition and other fees, including the Sacramental Fee for First Communion, the Gr. 10 Sophomore Retreat fee, and the Gr. 11 Confirmation Retreat Fee.  Use the WeShare option found on the Parish Home page to make these payments online using debit / credit cards, or checking / savings accounts.  Click on this link for more detailed information:  WeShare Online Payment (pdf)

 Our Mission Statement

The Christian Formation Department seeks to encourage in children and youth a personal relationship with God, to introduce the foundational teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church, to provide experiences of community through prayer and social outreach ministry, and to highlight the missionary endeavor of the Church.

Sunday Mass

The Catholic Church tells us that we have an obligation to go to Mass every Sunday. It is an obligation that most of us fulfill willingly, but many people don't understand why the church requires this of us.
In the Third Commandment, God tells us to "Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day." For the Jews, the Sabbath was Saturday; Christians, however, transferred the Sabbath to Sunday, the day of Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead. The Church tells us that we have an obligation to fulfill the third Commandment by refraining from unnecessary work on Sunday and by participating in the Mass, our chief form of worship as Christians.
From the earliest days of the Church, Christians have understood that being a Christian isn't a private matter. We are called to be Christians together; while we can and should engage in the private worship of God throughout the week, our primary form of worship is public and communal, which is why Sunday Mass is so important.

Mass Reflections

Mass attendance is an integral part of our faith journey and formation. Classroom instruction and activities rely on students regularly attending Mass. When students are not familiar with the structure of the Mass, prayers, etc., it reduces the quality of our classroom experiences. To assist parents in dialoging with their child about his or her understanding of the Mass, the Mass Reflection form is available. Each student in grades two through eleven are required to complete eight Mass Reflections throughout the year. These forms are available for grades 2-3, 4-6, and 7-11 and can be found online or in the back of church. Please complete the correct form for your child's grade. Completed forms can be turned in at the end of Mass by placing them in the bottom tray marked for returns or to the Christian Formation Office.  Mass Reflections will only be counted if you have completed a reflection from a Catholic Mass you have attended.  Non-Catholic services and Reconciliation Prayer Services are not a Mass.

Only Mass Reflections that are submitted on the age appropriate form will be accepted for credited.