Skip to Main Content

Proud Past Unlimited Future
Proud Past Unlimited Future


Catholic Community Like No Other


Parish Calendar

See What’s Happening at St. John Fisher!

School Calendar

See What’s Happening at St. John Fisher!

Weekly Announcements

In the News

Stay Informed!
  • Mr. Brian Mitchell

    Mr. Brian Mitchell, the father of our Seminarian Colm Mitchell, passed away on Sunday evening. He suffered a tragic work-related accident that afternoon...
  • Pet Blessing

    Feast of St. Francis
  • 20180827_083730_resized

    Priest - Pastor - Friend

    On Saturday, August 25, 2018, we sadly announce the passing of Father Thomas J. Purtell, beloved associate pastor (1979 – 1984) and pastor (1984 – 2003)...
  • 20180825_175049_resized

    Beloved Pastor Emeritus Leaves Behind a Legacy

    The parishioners of St. John Fisher Parish have been informed that our beloved Pastor Emeritus passed away Saturday.
  • CFF Education begins September 23rd

    We are excited to welcome students and families to a new year of Children’s Faith Formation (C.F.F.) for grades 1-8.
View All News

Mass Times

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

March 02, 2017

Last Wednesday we began the season of Lent, forty days the church sets aside to help us deepen and strengthen our spiritual lives. We know that there are three important practices that merit our special focus during this time; prayer, fasting and almsgiving. During the last several years, our parish has identified a particular project or charity where we direct our prayer and financial “sacrifices.” This year our donations will be given to the “Pro Labore Dei” service project in Robbins. You may be aware that once each month, a group of our parishioners makes sandwiches and collects clothes and household items to bring to the courthouse in Robbins. After the guests have lunch they are invited to see if any of the donated items could be helpful to them and their families. The partnership we have developed with the project has helped scores of persons each month. The needs are many… the dollars are few. Before the end of Lent, the founder of the Robbins project will be here to talk at the masses. In the meantime, we encourage you and your family to put out a soup bowl in your kitchen to collect loose change (or dollars) saved by giving up small treats during Lent. You can bring that donation to church any weekend or simply write a check...