Baptism The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated monthly at St. Leo Church. Parents are required to attend our St. Leo Baptism Preparation Class before having their child baptized. For dates and to register for the classes, please download our baptism brochure.
First Eucharist This Sacrament is celebrated in the spring with our grade school children through the Religious Education department, and at the Easter Vigil service through RCIA with our adult catechumen. For more information about our Religious education program (K-8th Grade), please click here. For more information about receiving this Sacrament as an adult through RCIA (Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults), please call the parish office at 402.397.0407.
Reconciliation The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered every Saturday from 3:30 - 4:30pm or by appointment during the week (please call the office to set up a time). We also celebrate this Sacrament as a community during the seasons of Advent and Lent.
Confirmation The Sacrament or Confirmation is celebrated in the Fall with our Junior High students through the Religious Education department, and at the Easter Vigil service through RCIA with our adult catechumen. For more information about our Religious education program (K-8th Grade), please click here. For more information about receiving this Sacrament as an adult through RCIA (Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults), please click here.
Marriage The first step in marriage preparation is to contact a priest to officiate the marriage. A couple must also contact the parish office at least six months in advance of their desired wedding date with the actual date being reserved by the priest agreeing to witness the vows. St. Leo Parish participates in the archdiocesan FOCCUS program for marriage preparation in conjunction with the Family Life Office. In addition to marriage preparation with the priest, there is also a program called When Families Marry, which is facilitated by trained lay couples through the archdiocesan Family Life Office. For information on this program, contact the Family Life Office at 551-9003.
Holy Orders The term Holy Orders is used to refer to ordination or to those individuals ordained to the orders of bishop, priest, or deacon. Although only priests are ordained bishops, anyone can choose to venture the vocation of Priesthood or the Deaconate. For more information on these vocations, please visit the Omaha Archdiocesan website: Priest - Deacon
Anointing the sick Our parish priests are available to administer the sacrament of the sick either at your home or at the hospital upon request. This Sacrament is also offered after the 12:00pm Mass two times a year. Watch the bulletin for upcoming dates.