Pastoral Care

This ministry is available to anyone who is struggling with the death of a loved one.

Ministry Contact:  Jean Frederick As a parish family, we are concerned about one another.

This ministry keeps those who cannot attend our liturgies connected with us.  Ministers are organized in teams and serve once a month. Training sessions are held as needed.

Homebound: Eucharistic ministers bring the Eucharist to the home bound generally after the Sunday 9:30 Mass.  If you or a family member are homebound and would like to receive the Eucharist, please call the parish office

Ministry Contact-Weinberg Campus: Ann Kramer

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Ministry Contact-Homebound:  Parish Office FCNFaith Community nurses are licensed registered nurses who play a vital role in health care delivery. They are a link between the faith and medical communities, acting as educator, counselor and advocate in our parish. Nurses promote health and wholeness in our faith community: body, mind and spirit! This is a ministry of the Catholic Health System and St. Leo the Great Parish and is available to individuals seeking a home visit, prayer or phone call.

Ministry Contact:  Yvonne Askew & Mickey Gervics Monthly prayers are distributed to the members who pray from home for special intentions of the parish according to liturgical seasons or events of the Catholic Church.

Ministry Contact:  Dolores Kurzdorfer The Prayer ministry is provided for those who are in need of prayer. When a prayer request is phoned to the Parish Office, it is included in the prayers of the faithful at Sunday Masses. Names are retained for three weeks. Please call the Parish Office with prayer requests.

Ministry Contact:  Parish Office Members of this ministry knit or crochet prayer shawls for those facing a crisis, lengthy illness or difficulty in life.  Recipients are prayed for and receive a prayer card along with their blessed shawl. If you like to knit or crochet, join us.

Ministry Contact:  Patricia Wilkinson