St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church

Rev. Msgr. Robert E. Zapfel, S.T.D

Rev. Joseph C. Gatto, S.T.D.

Weekend Mass Times

9:00 AM & 11:00 AM Sundays

4:00 PM Saturday Vigil

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Meat Raffle & Mega Gift Card Raffle
Saturday, October 16th, 7 PM

Friday, October 29th, 5:30-9 PM

Pancake Breakfast
Sunday, November 7th, 8-11 AM

Church Livestream

Weekend Masses: 4 PM Saturdays and 9 AM & 11 AM Sundays

Chapel Livestream

8 AM Daily Mass, Adoration, and private devotion

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Mass Archives

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Parish Announcements

Announcements for the Weekend of October 16th and 17th

Flu Shots: After all the masses this weekend Flu Shots are available in the St. Monica Room.

Pre-Cana: To assist couples planning for marriage our parish communities are offering a Pre-Cana Program on Wednesdays, November 3rd and Nov 10th.  For more information contact Andrew Pitisi at St. Benedict or Fr. Joe at St. Leo the Great. 

Oktoberfest: Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 29th for a night of dancing and great German food. Tickets are available on the web or at the parish office.

Children’s Liturgy of the Word: at the 9 AM Mass this Sunday, October 17th, for age 4 through Gr. 4.

Children’s Activities: Family Fun Night on the calendar for October is cancelled, but we are excited to announce that there will be a Kids’ Fall Fest and All Saints’ Party at 10:30 AM Saturday, October 23rd in and around the Event Center following the Saturday Religious Education classes.


More information on these events and other parish activities can be found in our bulletin, website or by calling the parish office. Thank you for your support and prayers.       


COVID-19 Updated Guidelines for Parishes – September 22, 2021 – Diocese of Buffalo 

As we move forward we want to provide an environment where everyone is safe and feels safe. Over the next two weeks we will be implementing the following guidelines.

  • Masks are now mandated for all participants in the liturgy, for entry, exit and when receiving Holy Communion. When seated, participants may “relax their mask” if they feel comfortable to do so.
  • As before, masks are required for those distributing Eucharist.
  • Overall singing should be limited.
  • When present in church, all participants should:
    • Limit what they touch
    • Limit personal contact such as hugging and hand shaking

 Thank you in advance for your cooperation with making our liturgical celebration a safe and prayerful environment for everyone.

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Daily Prayer Intentions

Sundays – For an End to Violence in Our Cities
That we will work to bring an end to the senseless loss of life. May we strive to support family life and promote peaceful resolution to conflicts.

Monday – For Those Searching for God
For all who are searching for God, that they will come to realize that God has already found them, and divine love is unconditional and ever-present.

Tuesday – For an Increase of Vocations
That in the midst of our noisy world, men and women will hear the Lord’s call to consider priesthood and religious life, by dedicating their lives in building up the Kingdom of God.

Wednesday – For the Road to Renewal
That as the Diocese of Buffalo continues to implement the Road to Renewal; each parish will work collaboratively to bring about greater cooperation and a sharing of resources to build up the Church.

Thursday – For All Who Are Sick
For the sick and those struggling with illness of any kind, that Our Blessed Mother may comfort and console them, and help them to find inner joy amid their challenges.

Friday – For Family Life
That our homes will be a dwelling place where the love of God is shared and lived, uniting all our family members together in faith, hope and love.

Saturday – For the Intercession of  the Saints of October
That Therese, Francis, Faustina, and all the saints of October will intercede for us and by their example we will be drawn ever more closely into the love of God.


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