- Weekday Masses are at 8 a.m.(except Wednesday)
- Weekend Masses are Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
- However, the Sunday Mass Obligation remains suspended at this time.
We ask that those who feel vulnerable because of their age or underlying medical conditions to stay home. People who are feeling ill or have had recent contact with anyone with COVID-19 are directed not to attend Mass until recovered or until self-quarantine is complete (14 days). Live streaming Masses and a daily Mass will continue to be broadcast on Catholic Television of the Diocese of Scranton.
A face mask is required of all those entering the Church except children under the Age 2 and the mask is required to be kept on during the entire Mass.
Social distancing is a MUST, therefore there will be limited seating capacity. You are asked to maintain 6 feet of distance between you and the person next to you during Mass except families in the same household will be able to sit together. Please be flexible as you may need to sit in a pew you normally don’t use. Please also maintain 6 feet of social distancing at Communion.
There is to be no gathering for extended conversation/socialization before or after Mass in the Church.
Sanitization is a MUST. We will have hand sanitizer at the entrances to the Church but encourage you to bring your own sanitizer from home for use in the Church.
Societies please contact the Rectory (570) 825-6669 if you wish to schedule a meeting in the Church Hall.
The changes above are in everyone’s best interest for their health and safety. They may be modified as needed. When you choose to return, I look forward to seeing you and thank you for your anticipated understanding and cooperation. May God keep you and all your loved ones in good health and if you have any questions, please let me know.
St. Leo’s/Holy Rosary Mission Statement
We, the members of the Body of Christ of the Parish of St. Leo’s/Holy Rosary, in fullness of love of God and Neighbor, wish to affirm our unity in faith, expressed most completely in the celebration of the Eucharist. We continue the work of our founder Jesus Christ in serving all in healing, charity, religious education, promotion of vocations, community involvement and welcoming all to the fullness of faith through the Sacraments.