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  • Generosity Weekend

    GENEROSITY WEEKEND, 12/15& 12/16: Non-perishable goods collection after all Masses this. See bulletin for more details.​
  • St. Lucy's Bake Sale

    ST. LUCY'S BAKE SALE, Sun. 12/16, after 10 AM Mass: We are still looking for volunteers.​
  • Christmas Giving Tree 2018

    CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE: Just as the three Wise Men showed their love and joy at the birth of Our Savior by bringing gifts to the baby Jesus, we can bring...
  • First Reconciliation for 2nd Graders

    Dear Parent of a Second Grader, Your child’s First Reconciliation is set for Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. We will have one session at 6:30...
  • Pro Labore Dei Thanksgiving Collection

    Pro Labore Dei will be collecting groceries for Thanksgiving dinners for the impoverished families in Robbins. If you would like to help, please fill a...
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Weekday Morning Liturgies

Monday through Friday: 6:30 AM Communion Service
Monday through Saturday: 8:15 AM Daily Masss

Weekend Liturgies

4:00 P.M. Saturday
8:00, 10:00 A.M., and 12:00 Noon and 5:30 P.M. Sundays


Saturday, 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM


Kenneth Budzikowski Kenneth Budzikowski with Kids

Fr. Ken

Fr. Ken's blog

December 11, 2018

Christmas 2018 Dear Parishioners of St. John Fisher, Merry Christmas! It is hard for me to believe that this will be my fourth Christmas here at St. John Fisher. I have come to really look forward to our Advent and Christmas traditions: Our St. Nicholas Mass, the Giving Tree, the great Christmas music at our Masses, the overflow crowd and the pageantry of our Christmas Eve Family Mass -those and many other traditions have become dear to me. All these things we do to celebrate the birth of an infant that happened over two thousand years ago. The birth of the Christ child under such humble circumstances tugs at our hearts. We feel the same love for him today that Mary and Joseph did two millennia ago. The child Jesus would become our Savior, the Christ -the Anointed One- and would change the face of the earth. Amid all our rushing around to buy gifts and to prepare our homes for company, we can become overwhelmed and exhausted. Take a moment to catch your breath and remember the reason for the season: We have a God who loves us so much that he sent his only Son, as one like us, to save us. During this Christmas Season and throughout the coming New Year, I would like to invite all the parishioners of St. John Fisher Church to be active members of the Body of Christ...