Welcome to Saint John Fisher Catholic Church! Our parish is a dynamic, faith-filled community comprised of more than 2,400 families committed to building a place of ministry and spiritual renewal for people of all ages who seek the presence of Christ in their lives. Every member of St. John Fisher is a vital part of our parish family, and together we proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ in word and deed, celebrate God’s love in prayer and sacraments, and serve those in need. Our doors are always open, welcoming those who want to know Jesus Christ in the fullness of our Catholic faith and to be part of a community overflowing with faith, hope and love. Take some time to explore our website, where you will find information on our Parish’s many organizations, activities and services. In addition, our clergy and staff are here to assist you and make you feel welcome. Do not hesitate to call, email or stop by to talk with us. We are here to serve.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Father Robert McDermott, Pastor
Hurricane Relief Special Collection
Watching the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma on Florida just weeks after Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast is overwhelming to our senses and emotions. The suffering of the people in the state of Florida and south Texas has just begun, but will last for months, as efforts to clean up and rebuild begin. We can help by supporting the Catholic Charities Disaster Relief Fund! A second collection for emergency relief operations for the thousands of people affected by the hurricanes will be held during all Masses the weekend, September 16 and 17. Please make checks payable to St. John Fisher, and we will forward the money collected to the Disaster Relief Fund. Thank you in advance for your generosity toward our fellow Americans in need
Vigil Mass Time Changed on May 27
Beginning May 27, 2017, the Saturday Vigil Mass will begin at 4:00 p.m. The change affects the time the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is offered. As of May 27, 2017, Confessions will be heard from 3:00 p.m. until 3:45 p.m. in the Church. The Sunday Mass schedule will remain the same: 8:00, 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. More than half of the parishioners who voted preferred the time change. The Pastoral Council recommended the change, and Father McDermott accepted their recommendation. Please spread the word to other Catholics in our community about the earlier Mass time on Saturdays!
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