Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am & 12:00 pm (Noon)
Monday 8:30 am
Tuesday No Mass
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Wednesday 6:30 Confession
Thursday 12:00 pm
Friday 12:00 pm
Friday 9:00-3:00 pm
Saints of the Week
15 Mass 8:30 AM
16 Legion of Mary 11 AM
Bingo 6:30 PM
17 Mass 7 PM
Boy Scouts 6:30 PM
11 Noon Mass
TOPS Meeting 5:30 PM
18 Noon Mass
Vacation Bible School Meeting 5 pm
19 Confession at 4:30 PM
5 PM Mass
20 9 AM and Noon Masses
Renew, Restore, Rejuvenate Campaign
Parish Picnic 2019
Vacation Bible School Save the Date!
St. Leo Vacation Bible School
Who: Boys and Girls ages 5-10
When: July 22-26, 2019
Time: 9 AM-Noon
Cost: $10 per child or $30 per family
Contact Michele Bui for more information (304-229-8945 or [email protected])
VBS Volunteer Training
All youth (6th-12th grades) and adults who wish to volunteer to help with Vacation Bible School are required to attend one training session prior to volunteering.
Please contact Michele Bui at the church office for more information.
Faith Formation News
Have a great summer break!
REGISTRATIONS FOR THE FALL SESSION WILL BE HELD DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.
All Are Welcome!
If you would like a copy of St. Leo's 2019 Annual Budget Report, copies are available in the church office.
You may also view the report in the Menu Tab at the top of the website.
St. Leo Mobile App
Please download our St. Leo App! (available for Apple and Android devices).
Download our app and make sure to click the 3 bars at the top left of the screen. Select "Notifications", then enable General notifications and any group specific notifications (Faith Formation, Choir, etc.). Contact the office for more information or help!
The St. Leo Homeless Ministry would like to thank all parishioners who donated gift cards and food for the soup kitchen held at Immanuel House in Martinsburg. We were able to feed between 80 and 100 people!
We are currently working on adding a soup kitchen in Inwood. When a location has been secured, we hope to have parishioners help with the set up, serving, and clean up. For more information contact Monica Cressin at [email protected]
Pray for our Seminarians!
Gift Card Program
Our Gift Card Ministry helps take a bite our of our church debt. Every weekend, we have Martins, Food Lion, Target, Walmart, Sheetz, Lowes, and Amazon cards available. Many more gift cards for retail stores and restaurants are available for preorder. There is a list on the gift card table in the narthex. If you do not see a particular store on the list, please contact the office (304-229-8945 or [email protected]).
St. Leo receives a percentage from each card sold, which helps to pay down our building debt. It's a win-win situation! You get face value of the gift card, we get a percentage back from the program.
Gift cards are sold on Sundays after the 9 am Mass until 11:15 am. Cards are also available in the church office during the week, Monday through Thursday, from 9 am until 4 pm.
Knights of Columbus News
Members of the Knights of Columbus will be on hand after all the Masses on the weekend of May 25th and 26th for their annual Tootsie Roll drive. The Knights will be taking donations for those with intellectual disabilities and handing out Tootsie Rolls to everyone. Over the past 3 years, the Knights have been able to collect over $8000 with the help of parishioners and community members and present the funds to local schools. Please help them with this important cause!
American Heritage Girls
The members of the American Heritage Girls would like to thank all who came out to King's Pizza to support our fund-raiser!
Blue Knights News
Blue Knights News:
Our young Knights have completed the year and we were all proud of each of their accomplishments. Father awarded each young Knight their final award pin and a gift from the Parish, a St. Joseph statue (patron Saint of the Blue Knights), for their prayer shelf.
We would like to thank Extra Ordinary Flags for the wonderful stitch work during the year, Food Lion (Inwood) for several cases of water donated, Jim and Martha Parrish for various donated items from our St. Leo gift shop, St. Leo’s Knights of Columbus for their participation with our awards night and more, Father Bo from St. Bernadette’s for his participation in the fall, our own Deacon Brian for a special explanatory Stations, our families who brought the young Knights all year, Michele Bui and Father Alfred for allowing me the opportunity to serve St. Leo Parish, and finally the St. Leo Parish family.
Finally, I would like to announce that sign-up sheets are in the parish office for next year. On their journey with Jesus, Young Knights will learn through play and other fun activities more about being Catholic. Please help us keep this wonderful program alive by becoming a Blue Knight.
Thank you and God bless and keep you all,
Join us on Tuesday nights! Early Bird Games begin at 6:45 pm.
Legion of Mary Altar
Legion of Mary Altar at Feast of the Immaculate Conception Mass
Office of Safe Environment
The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston is committed to the protection of its children and young people. The Diocese complies with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People by maintaining an Office of Safe Environment.
To report an incidence of suspected child sexual abuse, please contact your local law enforcement agency, or you may confidentially contact the West Virginia Bureau for Children and Families/Child Protective Services by calling the Child Abuse Hotline at 800-352-6513. To report suspected cases of sexual abuse by personnel of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston to the Diocese, please contact one of the Bishops' designees at 888-434-6237 (toll free) or 304-233-0880: Sister Ellen Dunn, ext. 264; Mr. Bryan Minor, ext. 263; or Msgr. Anthony Cincinnati, ext. 270.
For more information on the Diocese's Office of Safe Environment, please go to www.dwc.org, then click the "Diocese" tab, then click "Office of Safe Environment" under the "Offices" menu. To learn more about the Catholic Church's efforts in preventing sexual abuse of children in the United States, please visit http://www.usccb.org. Under "Issues and Action", click "Child and Youth Protection" from the drop down menu.