Live Mass will begin on Sunday, June 7 at 10:00 am.
Covid-19 Information and Process for Mass
- The obligation to attend Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation continues to be suspended as long as the pandemic continues.
All COVID-19 positive persons, those who are symptomatic, and those living with them, must stay home.
- Persons over age 65 and those with preexisting health conditions should continue to stay home during Phase II and avoid public gatherings, including in church.
Each person must remain 6 feet away in all directions from others not in the same household.
Face masks are strongly urged for all assembly members (but not for those under age two, according to the CDC, since it may put them at risk of suffocation).
Congregational singing is temporarily discontinued, since singing expels more respiratory particles than speaking does.
Communion will occur at the end of mass and members will exit after they receive.
These are the key points from the official guidance provided by the Archdiocese. That document can be viewed at the following link: Covid-19 Archdiocese Mass directives
Sunday Bulletins continue to be published online – to view click on ‘Sunday Bulletin’ in left menu or at the following link:
Pentecost Sunday 5/31/2000
Feast of the Ascension Sunday 5-24-20
Archbishop Hebda’s update on MN changes
Easter Messages by Father Leo
You Tube Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb129DiZ9K321FuCHRNHwQQ/
6th Sunday of Easter
5th Sunday of Easter
4th Sunday of Easter
3rd Sunday of Easter
2nd Sunday of Easter
Good Friday Message
Coronavirus Prayer by The Catholic Crusade
Best Little Parish this Side of Heaven
St. Leonard of Port Maurice was established in 1941 for African American Catholics; we are a multi-racial parish of about 100 families. We offer a Sunday Mass at 10:00 a.m.
All Are Welcome Here
Our doors are always open to you. We are a welcoming and affirming parish. We offer worship on an intimate scale, accompanied by spirited congregational singing led by our gifted pianist, and followed by hearty fellowship after every Sunday Mass.
The Church of St. Leonard of Port Maurice believes that, with our worship and fellowship experience and faith as our base, we can achieve social justice through education and outreach that guides us on our Christian journey in the community.