Saint Leo Parish


Saturday | 5pm


Sunday     | 9:30am [ live stream ]

              1:30pm Native American Mass

              4th Sunday of the Month 11:30am
                   Multilingual Filipino Mass


Tuesday, Thursday & Friday | 12:10pm


Reconciliation | Saturday 4 – 4:40pm

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St. Leo practices a radical hospitality rooted in Ignatian spirituality

We seek to be poor with the poor, and it is through the communal prayer of the people that we stay inspired and undeterred in our commitment to work with God in the transformation of injustice. All are not only welcome but belong at the table.

Fr. Elias Puentes, SJ

Connections with the community

Upcoming Events and Recent News

Partners in the Gospel Letter from
Archbishop Paul D. Etienne to the People of the Church in Western Washington

Jesuit Conference of Canada and United States Denounces Nicaraguan Seizure of University of Central America

JESUITS West Province Apostolic Planning

US NATIONAL Synod Synthesis 2021-2023

SLP Synod Meeting & Final Report

Process and Meeting Information: CLICK HERE

For Final Report CLICK HERE



Help for Ukraine

To help the people of Ukraine, the USCCB, which has a 30+ year relationship helping the people of Ukraine and Eastern Europe is collecting funds to assist in providing CRITICAL and TIMELY HUMANITARIAN AID for UKRAINE. Please give generously to support those in need (funds must be transmitted immediately, so please complete your giving using Online giving (Give+) through the parish no later than March 7). The UKRAINE FUND is available in On-Line Giving. To give directly through the Archdiocese CLICK HERE.

At St. Leo and Sacred Heart, we DO NOT solicit funds or support by email from our lay staff or priests. If you receive any solicitation email or text requests do not respond. Delete the email, do not open, reply, or forward.

Our Mission & Values

St. Leo is a Jesuit parish, a Catholic community centered in the Eucharist, enriched by diversity, committed to Gospel values, and continually seeking to be Christ’s servant presence in the world.