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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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    Saint John Fisher Parish has partnered with Canada Helps to offer you a convenient method to donate to the Sunday Collection, Church Maintenance, Helping Others and the Building Fund.  If you would like to make your donation online with a credit card please click on  CanadaHelps.org

  • 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
  • Lenten Confessions

     Confession will be offered at a special time for your convenience at our parish on April 1, from 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

  • Sacrament of Reconciliation 

    Takes place after weekday masses or by appointment. For an appointment please call the rectory: 514-695-0205.

  • Fr. Sunny's Homily

    VIII Ordinary Sunday,2017

    Show me the cool guy despite all the talk of being cool.
    Lives ridden with anxiety disorder, tensions within and outside, national, international.
    Students anxious about exams, parents anxious about bringing them and nurture. Life riddles with anxiety for the morrow on what to eat and what to wear…
    Bible says: “In God alone is my soul at rest,” Ps 62 This we read together with God is my mother from the prophet:
    “does a woman forget her baby at her breast Or the child within her womb? Yet even these forget I will never you.” Is 49:15 The Psalm and the prophet giving the reassuring soothing image of a suckling babe safe and secure at her mother’s breast.
    This Isaian passage is the rarest of female imagery used for God in the Bible-welcome complementary to the excessive use of male images.
    Gospel calling us to trust in Him because he knows what is best ultimately as the loving father would for his children. Hence the poet writes:
    “For ev’ry pain we must bear
    For ev’ry burden, ev’ry care,
    There’s a reason.
    For ev’ry grief that bows the head
    For ev’ry teardrop that’s shed,
    There’s a reason.
    For ev’ry hurt, for ev’ry plight
    For ev’ry lonely pain racked night,
    There’s a reason.
    “But if we trust God, as we should
    It will turn out for our good’
    He knows the reason.”
    Let us therefore pray:
    Lord help us to trust you the way Jesus did when he prayed on the cross:“Father in to your hands I commend my spirit,”Lk23:46