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40 Days for Life - Pray to end Abortion
40 DAYS FOR LIFE FALL CAMPAIGN will take place from September 22 to October 31. We encourage our parishioners to take part by committing to an hour to stand vigil in prayer near the Mississauga Women’s Clinic at...
Life Chain - October 3rd
2021 Life Chain - Sunday, October 3rd
Join your fellow St John Fisher parishioners and stand up against abortion.
Get a group together and head to one of the locations.
Signs will be provided.
Tip: Dress for...
Mobility Scooter for sale
As part of our fundraising efforts at St. John Fisher, one of our generous parish families have donated a mobility scooter. Proceeds from its sale will go directly to the church!
Here are the details of this beauty:
Religious Articles Sale
Fundraiser for the Fire Alarm System debt
Brand new religious items and religious novelty items for the young and not-so-young are available for purchase. Most items are $1 and $2. Hover over the picture to see the price...
Our Mass Schedule
Here's what you need to know as you return to St. John Fisher Church.
Daily morning masses Monday to Friday at 9 a.m.
Evening masses (Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and First Fridays at 7 p...
Volunteers needed at all masses
Volunteers Needed at all masses
With recent news that our churches are reopening on June 11th, we need to prepare! Please consider volunteering at the mass you normally attend.
Can you see yourself doing one of these roles...
Congratulations to the Catholic Women's League!
The Catholic Women's League of the Archdiocese of Toronto celebrates its 100th Anniversary (virtually) on May 15th. The first Convention was held in 1921.
We congratulate our members of the CWL at St. John Fisher and all members in...
ShareLife @ St. John Fisher
As we begin the 2021 ShareLife campaign, I wanted to provide you with some updates:
A reminder that the collection dates for the 2021 campaign have shifted to the weekends of April 17-18, June 19-20 and...
Easter Message from Fr. Regulo Imperial
To Our Beloved Parishioners:
Happy Easter to all! Do you know why Easter is the most important feast for us Christians? The Apostle Paul wrote: "If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain, your...
More on the Bioethics of COVID-19 and the Vaccine
Moira McQueen is the director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute (CCBI). Bambi Rutledge is the administrator of the CCBI.
Every week, the CCBI publishes a COVID Bulletin, which helps the public understand the latest developments in the...
The Gift of St. Joseph: Changing the World from the Shadows
Rebecca Spellacy is the Associate Director of Liturgy in the Office of Formation for Discipleship in the Archdiocese of Toronto.
On December 8, 2020, the Holy Father, Pope Francis, issued an apostolic letter, Patris Corde (With a Father...
Our Mission Through Baptism
Fr. Michael McGourty is the pastor of St. Peter’s Parish in Toronto.
Over the years, many people have asked me a very simple question when we celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord: “Why was...
Email Impersonation Scam Targets Our Parishioners
In recent days, the Archdiocese of Toronto has received reports from parishioners who have gotten suspicious emails supposedly from our priests or staff members. These emails attempt to start an online conversation or they have a suspicious document attached to...
Marriage Sunday 2021: Preparing for a Life Together
As the Archdiocese of Toronto prepares for Marriage Sunday on February 14, we acknowledge and thank all married couples – and especially those who are celebrating milestone anniversaries – for their commitment and witness to our community.
Find the Creator in the Science of the Universe
Earlier this week, the Newman Centre Catholic Mission at the University of Toronto hosted a fascinating discussion about what our current scientific knowledge of the universe says about the existence of God. And you can now watch...
Renewing Our Covenant with God this Lent
Fr. Wilson Andrade, CSC, is the pastor of St. Ann’s Parish and the Native Peoples’ Mission, both in Toronto.
There is a story of a woman who had a shopping habit, which put her in a...