Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:34 AM
Effective March 17 Saturday Confessions are from 4-5 pm and Sat. eve Mass is at 5:30 pm. Scroll down Home page to see Lenten schedule of events.


Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church is located in the heart of Wilton, CT and led by our pastor, Reverend Reginald Norman.  We are a vibrant parish of over 1700 families located on historic Route 7 across from Wilton Town Hall.

You are invited to join us for daily or Sunday Mass and to participate in our many parish ministries and activities.

If you would like to become a member of our parish, simply complete a Parish Registration form (which can be found at the church doors, in the parish office, or down loaded from our link), fill it out and return it to the Parish Office. 

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Mission Statement

We the community of Our Lady of Fatima (located in Wilton, CT), all members of the Body of Christ, strive to be a voice of truth and clarity in our faith.  We worship God and celebrate the gift of Jesus Christ in Word and Sacrament.  Unified by the Holy Spirit, we commit to the on-going conversion to Christ in ourselves and in our parish.  We are committed to extending Christ`s unconditional love to all, especially the neglected, the oppressed, the aged and the wounded of heart.  We welcome all to share in the richness of our Catholic heritage.

Mass Schedule - Saturday Vigil 5:30 PM                        

Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 Noon and  4:30 PM

Daily: Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 9:00 AM;Tuesday and Thursday – 7:45 AM; Saturday – 8:00 AM




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Click here to see how your support will allow the Diocese to continue Christ's Mission. 

Click here to see the 2018 ACA Video. 

Other short videos are available below:

Click here to see the Joy in Christ Video. 

Click here to see the Top 10 Video.

Click here to see the Did You Know Video.

Click here to see the Quick Quiz Video.

Catholics over the age of 14 are required to abstain from meat every Friday during the season of Lent.  All Catholics between 18 and 59 are required by Church law to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  This means that only one full meal is permitted on those days.  The other two meals should be lighter meals.  Children under 14 can be encouraged by parents to perform some kind of voluntary penance suitable for their age.


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