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  • Welcome to Saint John Fisher Parish!

    St. John Fisher Parish of the Archdiocese of Montreal is a welcoming Roman Catholic community that comes together to give glory and praise to God. Located in the quiet residential area of Pointe-Claire, Quebec, the Parish is the place of worship to young families, youth, adults and seniors of many nationalities. 

    Housed within the church building is the Chapel of Eucharistic Adoration open eighteen hours daily.

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  • Holy Eucharist 
    (Mass)  Times

    • Sunday: 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN 11:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Tuesday: 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Wednesday: 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Thursday: 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Friday: 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Saturday: 5:00 PM EnglishEnglishEN
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation 

    Takes place after weekday masses, every Saturday 4PM - 5PM or by appointment. For an appointment please call the rectory:

  • Fr. Sunny's Homily

    June 18,2017:Corpus Christi and Parish feast day of St.John Fisher
    Corpus Christi is the body of Christ: body of Christ which is Holy Eucharist itself and Body of Christ which is the Church.Called also as the Mystici Corporis-Mystical Body of Christ.
    Church fathers write: “The Church celebrates the Eucharist and the Eucharist builds up the Church.”
    By our communion in the one cup and partaking of the one Bread we become his body,  Church,1Cor 11:23-34
    On anotehr level, body of Christ that is the universal Church and body of Christ the local Church/parish.
    There is to be the mutual, reciprocal communion, fellowship and collaboration(koinonia) between the center and the periphery: center being the universal church/diocese and the parish community as this periphery signified in a special way by means of  this community of believers.
    Today we celebrate the parish patronal feast which is the occasion for us to come together and be bonded and renewed in love, charity and faith. Therefore we move from the Eucharistic table of the sacrament to the table of fellowship which is the agape or luncheon we share. Even Jesus gave his discourse on the holy Eucharist after having fed the body with loaves of bread and fish. From body to the soul or vice versa he reminds.
    Thus we honor St.John Fisher our patron, who was a reformer, scholar, and Bishop in England in the years between 1469-1535.
    St.John Fisher fed from this table of the Lord and led a heroic life of faith and witness. Wherein he combined scholarly wisdom with sanctity of life and an untiring zeal for reform in the Church of his times. He challenged the rot and invoked reform even if it be the king of England for which he paid the price of martyrdom itself.
    In short,even as he was woken up on July 22,1535, 5 AM by the jail guard, and went to the gallows at 10 AM He said aloud: “Christian people I am come hither to die for the faith of Christ’s Catholic Church….Wherefore I desire your help and assist me with your prayers so that as they point out my instant of death’s stroke and in the very moment of my death, I then faint not in any point of the Catholic faith for any fear, and I pray God save the King and the realm and hold his holy hand over it and send the king a good Counsel,” Vincent Nochols, St.John Fisher:Alive Publishing,(2011,London,U.K),p.180.