Welcome to St. Leo
Our Thanksgiving Mass will be at 9:00am on Thursday,
God, who gives us all good gifts and who is the source of every blessing we have, hear our prayer as we gather to give thanks for all that you have set before us.
We are grateful not only for the food that graces our table in such abundance, but also for the bond of family and friends, strengthened by the meal we share, and by the warmth of your love that comes to us each day through your benevolent mercy. Help us to use wisely all the gracious gifts you have showered upon us for the benefit of ourselves, our family, and our nation.
On this Thanksgiving Day may we acknowledge that every good thing comes to us from you, and may your bounty never cease, so that we may share your blessings with those in need.
November 27 Mass Information
On Friday, Nov. 27, there are no Masses scheduled. The 6:40am and
:00am Masses are cancelled for this day.
Holiday Office Hours
Wednesday, November 25
Closed for the afternoon
Thursday, November 26 & Friday, November 27
2015 St. Leo Christmas Project Kicks off
November 28th & 29th
This year, our St. Leo Christmas Project will be assisting the Siena Francis House in Omaha. The Siena Francis House serves over 300 meals daily to the homeless or near homeless. We are asking for specific donations to help the shelter throughout the year. Please see the flyer here.
The Remembrance Tree
Beginning Nov. 28-29and continuing throughout the Advent and Christmas Seasons, there will be a Remembrance Tree in the back of the Church on the West side. The St. Leo Bereavement Committee invites you to bring an ornament to place on the tree in honor of a loved one who has died. You may pick up the ornament anytime after January 2.
A Note from Fr. Craig