St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church

St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church

About Us

St. Leo the Great is a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Buffalo.
Rev. Msgr. Robert E. Zapfel is the current pastor and has served at St. Leo's since 2002.
St. Leo's is fully handicapped accessible with a chapel and in addition to the rectory and church offices it
has a Parish Center with a full teaching kitchen adjacent to the church that holds 275 people
and an Events Center with a covered picnic area for use.

Highlights

Images

St. Leo the Great New parish Center
St. Leo the Great New Entrance with Sliding Doors
Bishop Malone with Msgr. Zapfel in St. Leo's new state of the art teaching kitchen
New Parish Banquet Center
Prayer Garden at St.Leo the Great
Brick Walk the Prayer Garden at St. Leo the Great
St. Leo the Great Roundabout
Events Center at St. Leo the Great with picnic area
Inside the Events Center of St. Leo's
Picnic are of Events Center with portable grill
Snack bar inside St. Leo's Parish Center
Mrs. Bucki delivers the proclamation on behalf of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce at the grand opening ceremony with Bishop Malone at St. Leo's Parish Center
Bishop Malone Blesses the St. Leo's Parish Center at the grand opening
Music ministry at the Grand Opening of the Parish Center
Pastor of St. Leo's, Msgr. Robert E. Zapfel, with Amherst Chamber representative Deborah Bucki
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for St. Leo's New Parish Center
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for St. Leo's New Parish Center
State of the art sound system and 3 video monitors with wifi