St. Leonard Catholic Church

 

"Lift your hearts
a little higher
and let God
be the measure
of all things."

 

To love, serve and reach out to our parish family and the surrounding community by living and celebrating the life of Christ

 

MASS TIMES (with safety measures):

Saturday at 5:30 pm and Sunday at 9:30 am

Tuesday and Thursday at 9 am

COMMUNION SERVICES (with safety measures):

Wednesday and Friday at 9 am 

FIRST FRIDAY EUCHARISTIC ADORATION & BENEDICTION

First Friday of each month from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, after the 9:00 am Communion Service.  Benediction follows at 2:30pm. Come and pray with our Lord.

 

Click on this link to go to YouTube to view online Masses: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzrP3h-vm9LhLfHYQtfRXaA

Online Mass Times:

Saturday at 5:30 pm; Sunday at 9:30 am

Reconciliation - by appointment

 

 

 

Office Hours
Mon - Fri 9 am to 4 pm | Phone: 740-522-5270
Sacramental Emergency: 740-323-6437

Our address
57 Dorsey Mill Rd.
Heath, OH 43056-1198

To Register at St. Leonard:
Fill Out Registration Form & return to the Parish Office:
St Leonard Registration Form

Thank you to all who continue to provide their offering during this time.  Donating online  is easy. Simply click below and follow the directions.

Donate Online Here


BISHOP ROBERT J. BRENNAN NAMED 8TH BISHOP OF BROOKLYN
COLUMBUS, OHIO – September 29, 2021 – The Vatican announced today that Pope Francis has appointed the Most Reverend Robert J. Brennan, Bishop of Columbus, as the Eighth Bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, New York.The appointment was announced in Washington D.C., this morning, by Archbishop Christophe Pierre,
Apostolic Nuncio to the United States. Bishop Brennan will be introduced to the Diocese of Brooklyn at a news conference at 10 a.m. at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, Brooklyn. A Mass of Installation for Bishop-Designate Robert Brennan will be celebrated on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 2 p.m. at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph.

 

Message from Bishop Brennan

Dear friends,

The recent surge of the delta variant of the COVID-19 coronavirus is showing its effects throughout the twenty-three counties of the diocese. I don’t need to recite these effects as they are well reported. The good news is that we have learned how to live with this virus and mitigate its effects. As always, I join with the Holy Father in urging all those who are eligible for the vaccine to consult with their physician to consider getting the vaccine. I also urge anyone not feeling well, even if they are not sure if they actually have the coronavirus, please to stay home until you can be certain that you do not have it. I remind you that while there is no longer a dispensation from the Sunday obligation, anyone not feeling well or concerned about their own health or that of other family or household members is already exempt from that obligation.

I understand that there are strong feelings, even convictions, about the different protocols for mitigating the virus and frustration about the changing guidance. These feelings often put individuals at odds with one another. Last year Churches were included in a statewide mandate regarding masks. That is not the case this year. What I ask at this point is that we exercise prudence and charity in these weeks in which we are dealing with this surge. In that spirit I am asking that we wear masks at Mass and at indoor parish activities for the time being, continue to practice good measures of hygiene such as the use of hand sanitizers, and that we exercise extra patience with one another during this tense time. The Office of Catholic Schools will continue to work with particular schools to meet the differing needs and regulations in the various communities. The people of this diocese overwhelmingly have been extraordinary in showing that charity and patience – I am proud to be associated with you and deeply grateful for your goodness.

In the meantime, let’s pray for all those suffering with illness of any kind, for those who have died, their families, care takers and all those who serve in healthcare.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Bishop Brennan

 

St. John Leonardi Feast Day Free Spaghetti Dinner

Sunday October 3, 2021      

12:00 Noon

Bring a salad variety or a dessert to share.

Church will provide Condiments, Spaghetti, Bread, & Drink

 

Bishop Brennan Visits St. Leonard

 

Installation of our new Knights of Columbus officers for 2021

knights of Columbus 2021 installation

 

2021 DiGiandomenico Awards & Graduates

(From left to right) Brandon Orend, Father Bill Hritsko, Jack Lutz, Andy Bemis

 

 

 

St. Leonard Masses are available for viewing on YouTube

Please watch St. Leonard's weekly Mass video recordings. The link to YouTube is listed below. Click on each weekly Mass to view. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzrP3h-vm9LhLfHYQtfRXaA

Click on the link to the St. Leonard Facebook Page here:

https://www.facebook.com/stleonardheathohio 

Tune in to St. Gabriel Catholic radio programs at 820 AM.

Live stream daily Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Columbus at 12:05 pm.

Live stream Sunday Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Columbus at 10:30 am. 

Use this Link for Cathedral Masses and Columbus Diocese information- https://www.columbuscatholic.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

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