Pastoral Care

There are various opportunities to minister in pastoral care at St. Leo.

Contact Us

Fr. Xavier Benavides, SJ

Parochial Vicar

xbenavides@stleoparish.org

253.272.5136 ext. 108

Pastoral Care Team

The Pastoral Care Team takes the Good News and Eucharist to parishioners in their homes, in the hospital, and in retirement and assisted living/care facilities. This ministry involves prayerfulness, listening, empathy, caring, presence, and personal commitment.

Homebound Ministry

The Pastoral Care Team takes the Good News and Eucharist to parishioners in their homes, in the hospital, and in retirement and assisted living/care facilities. This ministry involves prayerfulness, listening, empathy, caring, presence, and personal commitment.

Prayer Line Ministry

The Pastoral Care Team takes the Good News and Eucharist to parishioners in their homes, in the hospital, and in retirement and assisted living/care facilities. This ministry involves prayerfulness, listening, empathy, caring, presence, and personal commitment.The Phone & Email Prayer Line intercessors receive prayer concerns individually or through the anonymity of a prayer line. While all members of St. Leo are invited to participate as Prayer Ministers, this ministry provides particularly rich opportunities for the elderly and the homebound. Also, upon request, those who are sick and struggling can be named in the weekend Prayers of the Faithful.

Volunteer at St. Leo

You can help by donating your time. St. Leo operates on the generosity of our loving community.

Writing Ministry

The Writing Ministry sends messages of care and support to those experiencing illness, setbacks, and personal loss. This ministry also sends birthday congratulations to our senior members.

Hospitality Ministry

The Hospitality Ministry prepares and serves food and refreshments to compliment parish socials, funerals, meetings, and liturgical celebrations. This ministry also includes special events during the year. Hospitality ministers are key to creating a warm and welcoming sensibility to parish gatherings.

After Mass Hospitality

Volunteers build community after the weekend Masses by preparing and serving coffee, tea, cookies, etc. and helping with clean-up.

Cookie Bakers

We ask for homemade or bakery style cookies for our funeral receptions and special events.