Some of the ways St. Leo's strives to practice the Spiritual Works of Mercy 

include but are not limited to:  


Teaching the Uneducated: 

Children's Liturgy of the Word 


English as a Second Language Classes

Hosting Urban Plunge programs. 

Internships and collaborating with local colleges and universities in urban ministry projects.  (Nursing, Farming, Pastoral Counseling)

Comforting the Afflicted:

Advocating for the marginalized in our community and working together with area leaders through involvement with the Fairmount Provider's Group.

Weekly AA meetings

Prison Ministry

Praying for the Living and the Dead:

Prayer Wall Ministrya place where all, regardless of age, race or creed, are invited to sing God's praises, give Him thanks, and/or call upon His presence for help in times of need.

Weekly Adoration

Weekly Liturgies

Bereavement Ministry

Book of Prayer Intentions for the Living and the Dead

Participating with other local churches in the "annual prayer caravan" through our neighborhoods on the National Day of Prayer. 


You are most welcome to join us in building God's Kingdom! 

For more information, feel free to call the office at 513-921-1044 or email