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John 13:34

Parish History

About Our Church

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St. John Vianney Catholic Church is located in Fishers, Indiana just North of Olio Road just off Southeastern Parkway.

Our History

  • July 2005:  Bishop William Higi assigned Fr. Brian Dudzinski with investigating the possibility of starting a new church in Fishers, Indiana.
  • September 2005:  The first Sunday Masses were celebrated in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Durle and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Atherton.
  • December 24, 2005:  We celebrated our first Mass, the Christmas Eve Vigil, in our temporary church home (in an office building located at 14500 E. 136th street, Fishers, Indiana).
  • 2006-2008:  The church laid a spiritual foundation with Mass, Adoration, Confession, and various devotions.   The day to day life of the parish grew with the individual ministries / apostolates.
  • 2007:  Money was raised to put together a master plan for the future of St. John Vianney.  This plan was accomplished through the contribution of our building committee, parish town hall meetings, the diocese, and our architectural teams.
  • April 19, 2008:  St. John Vianney parish held a spring gala at the Oak Hill Mansion in Carmel, to unveil the master plan and rendering of the proposed church and campus.
  • November 21, 2009:  Money previously raised was used to build our current building (Youth Center Building) on our property and we celebrated our first Mass.
  • November 2012:  Money previously raised was used to build the parish rectory.


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