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  • Mrs. Nash's Homily

    Dear Families: If you happened to miss the mass on Sunday, we have attached Mrs. Nash's Homily for you to read her inspiring message.
  • Youth Ministry Ski Trip

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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...
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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


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Fr. Ken

Fr. Ken's blog

February 13, 2019

It will be four years this coming February when I first set foot into St. John Fisher School. Back then, I was finishing up my assignment as Vicar for Priests and was asked to consider becoming a pastor again. That process required that pastor-candidates identify a minimum of three parishes, visit them, and sit and chat with the pastor and staff. Several my friends suggested that I investigate SJF, and so I did. At the urging of one of those friends, I phoned Sister Jean before my visit, and she spoke enthusiastically about the parish and school. She insisted that I should stop by the school when I came to visit. So, on that cold February day in 2015, I pulled into the parking lot not knowing what to expect. After chatting with the pastor for a while, he suggested that I should go and visit the school. We passed through the church while the 8 th Grade was practicing for Confirmation -such a large class, I thought- and, they were all smiling ! We walked through the school and all the students were - smiling ! Even the teachers were smiling! The school had such a wonderful spirit to it. As I chatted with Sister Jean, and later, Dr. Chermak, faculty and parents were popping into the faculty lounge to say “Hi!” I walked out of that meeting asking myself “Why...