Fr. Andrew Fisher is a native of northern Virginia, and played Division I baseball in college as a pitcher. He attended Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, and was ordained to the priesthood on May 16, 1998. He has served as parochial vicar in St. William of York parish (Stafford), Queen of Apostles parish (Alexandria) and the Cathedral of St. Thomas More (Arlington). Fr. Fisher also served for six years as the Director of Liturgy at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.. Currently, he serves as pastor of St. Ambrose (Annandale).
As priest, Fr. Fisher still gets to play baseball as a pitcher for the DC Padres.
The Blood of the Martyrs is the Seed of the Church
By laying down their lives for Christ, these men and women testify to the truth of our faith and inspire us. Hear eyewitness accounts of the holy martyrs, see how they inspired the Church to continue its work of evangelization, and how the Church honors these saints in her liturgy and devotions.
Papists, Prisons, and Priest-Catchers: The Story of the English Reformation
The so-called “Reformation” in England saw the Catholic Faith persecuted, especially under Queen Elizabeth. Hear and see (with PowerPoint) the inspiring story of the Catholic Church and her martyrs as she continued to minister to the remaining faithful in England.