List of Parishes in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno

This is a list of parishes located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, in California.

Parishes

Fresno County (29)

Clovis (1)

  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Coalinga (1)

  • Saint Paul the Apostle

Easton (1)

  • Saint Jude Mission

Firebaugh (1)

  • Saint Joseph

Fowler (1)

  • Saint Lucy

Fresno (13)

  • Holy Spirit
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
  • Our Lady of Victory
  • Sacred Heart
  • Saint Alphonsus
  • St. Anthony Mary Claret Catholic Church
  • Saint Anthony of Padua
  • Saint Genevieve
  • Saint Helen
  • Saint John's Cathedral
  • Saint Mary Queen of Apostles
  • Saint Paul - Newman Center
  • The Shrine of Saint Thérèse

Huron (1)

  • Saint Frances Cabrini

Kerman (1)

  • Saint Patrick

Kingsburg (1)

  • Holy Family

Laton (1)

  • Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima

Mendota (1)

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe

Orange Cove (1)

  • Saint Isidore the Farmer

Parlier (1)

  • Our Lady of Sorrows

Reedley (1)

  • Saint Anthony of Padua

Riverdale (1)

  • Saint Ann

Sanger & Del Rey (1)

  • Saint Mary & Saint Katherine

Selma (1)

  • Saint Joseph

Tranquility (1)

  • Saint Paul

Inyo County (2)

Bishop (1)

  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Lone Pine (1)

  • Santa Rosa

Kern County (24)

Arvin (1)

  • Saint Thomas the Apostle

Bakersfield (9)

  • Christ the King
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Sacred Heart
  • Saint Francis of Assisi
  • Saint Joseph
  • Saint Philip the Apostle
  • San Clemente
  • Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

Buttonwillow (1)

  • Saint Mary

California City (1)

  • Our Lady of Lourdes

Delano (2)

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Saint Mary of the Miraculous Medal

Frazier Park (1)

  • Our Lady of the Snows

Lamont (1)

  • Saint Augustine

McFarland

  • Saint Elizabeth

Ridgecrest

  • Saint Ann

Rosamond

  • Saint Mary

Shafter

  • Saint Therese

Taft (1)

  • Saint Mary

Tehachapi (1)

  • Saint Malachy

Wasco (1)

  • Saint John the Evangelist

Wofford Heights (1)

  • Saint Jude

Kings County (5)

Avenal (1)

  • Saint Joseph

Corcoran (1)

  • Our Lady of Lourdes

Hanford (2)

  • Immaculate Heart of Mary
  • Saint Brigid

Lemoore (1)

  • Saint Peter Prince of Apostles

Madera County (3)

Chowchilla

  • Saint Columba

Madera

  • Saint Joachim

Oakhurst

  • Our Lady of the Sierra

Mariposa County (2)

Mariposa

  • Saint Joseph

Yosemite

  • Our Lady of the Snows

Merced County (9)

Atwater (1)

  • Saint Anthony

Dos Palos (1)

  • Sacred Heart

Gustine (1)

  • Our Lady of Miracles

Hilmar (1)

  • Holy Rosary

Livingston (1)

  • Saint Jude Thaddeus

Los Banos (1)

  • Saint Joseph

Merced (2)

  • Our Lady of Mercy/Saint Patrick
  • Sacred Heart

Planada (1)

  • Sacred Heart

Tulare County (15)

Cutler (1)

  • Saint Mary

Dinuba (1)

  • Saint Catherine of Siena

Earlimart' (1)

  • Saint Jude Thaddeus

Exeter (1)

  • Sacred Heart

Goshen (1)

  • The Catholic Church of Visalia, Saint Thomas the Apostle

Lindsay (1)

  • Sacred Heart

Poterville (2)

  • Holy Cross
  • Saint Anne's

Tipton (1)

  • Saint John the Evangelist

Tulare (1)

  • Saint Aloysius
  • Saint Rita

Visalia (2)

  • The Catholic Church of Visalia, Holy Family
  • The Catholic Church of Visalia, Saint Mary

Woodlake (1)

  • Saint Frances Cabrini
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