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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
  • Patron Feast Day Celebration

    We will celebrate the feast of our patron saint, St. John Fisher, on Sunday, June 18 with a special 10:30 a.m. Mass followed by a parish potluck & BBQ

    Attention: There will be neither 9:00 a.m. nor 11:00 a.m. Mass that day.

       Our celebrant will be Fr. Raymond Lafontaine, the Episcopal Vicar for the English-speaking faithful and Director of the Office for English Pastoral Services. This will be an opportunity for the whole parish to come worship, celebrate, and build community together.

      Please use this website to sign up for the potluck and bring something yummy from your culture;

  • Fr. Sunny's Homily

    Third Sunday of Easter, April 30,2017
    At Mass we Recognize the Risen Christ


    Once in a while my Jewish friend would message me up and say:"Let us break bread together."This very jewish expression acquires a Eucharistic meaning with the early Church.

    The "Breaking of the Bread" is a very ancient expression for the Mass or the Eucharist.Therefore in today's Gospel we have a poetic and theological expose on the Mass which emerged from the Easter event.

    The first part of the disciples journey is comparable to the Liturgy of the Word(First part of the Mass).Through the Bible readings and the homily, Christ the living Lord becomes present to us and teaches us how to recognize him.

    The Liturgy of the Eucharist (Second part of the Mass) constitutes the recognized Christ entering into our lives and being united to him in communion, our partaking in the "breaking of the  Bread."

    We also hear St.Peter telling us in the second reading about our life as a "sojourn", where Jesus shows us the right "paths of life."

    Remember the narrative offers two despondent men as the disciples.However one of our great communicators Rev.Thomas Rosica offers a different yet compelling situationer by way of an icon for today's Gospel. He suggests these two disciples to be a man and woman, a couple(see our facebook page).Think of Jesus as the risen Lord journeying with a family in its vicissitudes and and when it is reallly getting dark,burdensome, and oppressive they are able to pray:"Stay with us Lord, it is getting dark."

    After a brief stay even though he had vanished he had left enough glow of the light-"they knew him in the breaking of the bread"- they are able to become his story tellers and witnesses to others.