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

include but are not limited to: 

Providing Food for the Hungry, and Drink to the Thirsty:

St. Leo Food Pantry

Christmas Give-A-Way for the neighborhood.

Community Garden,in cooperation with the Civic Garden Center, allowing participants to grow produce for their own use and that of the St. Leo Food Pantry

Welcoming Strangers:

Doorbell and phone ministry, serving neighborhood people seeking support and a listening ear.

Providing a spiritual home and pastoral care for Burundi Refugees, who were brought to the United States by Catholic Charities at the direction of the U.S. Bishops.  These refugees have spent most of their lives in camps in Tanzania and the Congo that provided little to no health care, education or pastoral services. Burundi men's and women's support groups. Youth group for Burundi teens.

Providing a spiritual home and pastoral care for Hispanic Immigrants.  Offering catechesis, sacramental preparation, and prayer and music groups. 

Clothing the Naked:

Christmas toy and clothing sale.

Clothing Drives 

Comforting the Sick:

St. Leo's hosts a Parish Nurse, in collaboration with Tri-Health Hospitals, providing healthcare services to those in need in our neighborhood.

Visiting Prisoners:

Transforming Jail Ministries leads Sunday prayer every third month at the River City Correctional Center on Colerain Avenue. 

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