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Our Lady of Fatima Parish, dedicated to the Mother of God, seeks to fulfill the call of Jesus to "Come, follow me" to be true worshipers of the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit, and to love one another as Christ has loved us.

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Mass Times

Welcome Back! As of March 1st we move to Step 3 of the gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. Check this welcome back video from Fr. Lindsay Harrison. 

As of March 1, 2022 we are no longer required to maintain physical distancing between households, and as of March 21st, masks are no longer required.

 

Bottles of hand sanitizer will still be available at the entrance and exit doors for your use.  

 

Mass is livestreamed Saturday at 4:30pm. Watch live or view the recorded Mass on YouTube.

 

Mass Schedule:

  • Monday-Friday 9am

  • Saturday 9am, 4:30pm

  • Sunday 8:30am, 10am and 11:30am

Adoration and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Tues-Sat 8:00am-8:50am. 

 

DRIVE-UP HOLY COMMUNION AT FATIMA

For parishioners who are not currently attending Mass in person but would like to receive Holy Communion, Fr. Dan or I will be giving Communion outside from 12:30pm till 1:00pm on Sundays.  Please come in your vehicle to that area of the parking lot near the office entrance (on the west side).  Stay in your vehicle.  One of us will come out to you.  Roll down your window.  The host will be placed in your hand.  Please consume it in front of us.  If you have any questions call me.  Thank you.  Fr. Lindsay 

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WARNING -  EMAIL SCAM

JAN 20/22
If you ever receive a suspicious or uncertain email claiming to be from me, phone me (613-722-7661, ext. 3).

 

The Archdiocese is warning of an increase in scams involving people pretending to be priests.

 

As the Archdiocese notes:  "Please be advised that no priest will send an email to parishioners asking for money, gift cards or other services. Scams often use the priest’s name but with a strange address and the message itself often does not sound like the priest you know. Exercise caution whenever you receive an email from anyone you know that sounds suspicious. If in doubt, contact the priest using the parish’s email or phone number. Please be cautious. The scams are becoming more sophisticated."  

 

                                                                         Fr Lindsay Harrison

Votive Mass in Time of Pandemic. Click here

A list of Masses on TV and the Internet. Click here

Spiritual Communion. Click here 

Prayers from Pope Francis. Click here