Summer Religion Classes

Summer classes for grades 3 through 6 have moved to a home school program

Recent increases in the number of COVID-19 cases have resulted in the decision to help our catechism students “stay safe” by moving our Summer Religion classes to a home school catechism program.

Registered students in Grades 3, 4, 5, & 6, will be given textbooks for their grade level. Unit assessments will be emailed to the students for them to fill out as they read the unit. Once completed, students will return the assessment for grading, then schedule to come in and test on that unit.

This process will be repeated for the 5 units of the text-book. All work will need to be completed by August 30, 2020, to prepare for our fall classes.

Parents are urged to use this opportunity to bond with their children and grow in faith as a family.

Use the following links to access registration forms for new and returning students. Complete the form and return it to the rectory.

Fees are waived at this time for 3rd to 6th grade classes.

Way of the Cross

Grotto at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church

The Way of the Cross is currently suspended due to the Corona Virus.

Recommended Spiritual Practices

Suggested daily spiritual activities.

  • 15 – 30 minutes of intention prayer;
  • Reading and meditation on the Bible, especially the readings of the day;
  • Praying the rosary individually, or in small well-spaced groups, perhaps outside;
  • Praying the Litany of St. Joseph, and/or of the Blessed Mother, Sacred Heart and of all the Saints

These were suggested in the letter of the Bishop of the Diocese of Lafayette dated March 16, 2020.

Postponed Events


Scheduled activities for the following groups are suspended until April 13, 2020.

  • Come, Lord Jesus!
  • Rosary Group
  • Choir practice
  • Weekly, Indoor Way of the Cross
  • First Friday & First Saturday Adoration

Prayer Blanket Ministry

New to our parishioners!

Our Faith Community is blessed to have caring volunteers who have committed to sharing their Catholic faith through the Prayer Blanket Ministry.

Recipients are anyone suffering emotional or physical pain, and there is no charge.

Submit names of ailing family and friends by calling the Rectory 879-2365.