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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Mrs. Rose Scarano

Chaplain @ Sunnybrook & Toronto East Hospitals--in Residence: Fr Montfort Marianayagam

Office: 416-429-4000; Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-3PM

Email

saintjohnxx_iiiparish@outlook.com. Website: http://saintjohnxxiiiparish.ca/

Sunday Mass 
Sat  Vigil  Mass:  5:15PM  /  Sun  Mass:  9AM, 
12:15PM  &  5:30PM.  (Weekdays:  Mon,  Wed,  Fri: 
7PM; Tues, Thurs, Sat: 9AM)

Baptism 
Baptisms  are  celebrated  on  the  second  Sat  at 
11AM  and  third  Sun  at  1:30PM.  Preparation 
session is required.

Reconciliation (confession)
Before all Sun Masses/Sat Vigil Mass and the Wed 
Mass or by appointment. Confessional in Chapel.

Anointing of the Sick 
At any time by appointment. In case of emergency, 
please  ask  hospital  for  Catholic  priest  or  call  Fr. 
Simon at 416-737-0760.

Marriage
See Fr Simon before setting a date.

RCIA 
If  you  know  someone  who  wishes  to  become 
Catholic speak to priest.

Finance Committee
Mr  Pors  Canlas,  Ms  Lerma  Ayala,  Ms  Olivia 
Dizon, Mr Carlton Paul 

Catholic Cemeteries
Mount  Hope,  Holy  Cross,  Queen  of  Heaven, 
Assumption, Christ the King, Resurrection, Mount 
Peace. Head Office:  416-733-8544

GRADE 8 

&

 GRADE 7

Confirmation, 2016

Parents/Guardians 
registration for the 

Sacrament of 

Confirmation will be in 

September 2015. 

This year registration is 

for both grades 8 & 7.

The reason being is the 

Archbishop has decided 

to move Confirmation to 

grade 7. 

The rationale for this 

decision is the idea that 

our young people will be 

less likely to see the 

sacrament of 

Confirmation as 

graduation from the 

Church just as they 

graduate from 

elementary school.

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THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT: 

YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ADULTERY

487. What responsibility do human persons have 

in regard to their own sexual identity?

God has created human beings as male and female, 
equal  in  personal  dignity,  and  has  called  them  to  a 
vocation  of  love  and  of  communion.  Everyone 
should accept his or her identity as male or female, 
recognizing  its  importance  for  the  whole  of  the 
person, its specificity and complementarity.

490. What are the means that aid the living of 

chastity?

There are many means at one's disposal: the grace of 
God,  the  help  of  the  sacraments,  prayer,  self-
knowledge, the practice of an asceticism adapted to 
various situations, the exercise of the moral virtues, 
especially  the  virtue  of  temperance  which  seeks  to 
have the passions guided by reason.

491. In what way is everyone called to live 

chastity?

As  followers  of  Christ,  the  model  of  all  chastity,  all 
the  baptised  are  called  to  live  chastely  in  keeping 
with  their  particular  states  of  life.  Some  profess 
virginity or consecrated celibacy which enables them 
to  give  themselves  to  God  alone  with  an  undivided 
heart  in  a  remarkable  manner.  Others,  if  they  are 
married  live  in  conjugal  chastity,  or  if  unmarried 
practise chastity in continence.

492. What are the principal sins against chastity?

Grave sins against chastity differ according to their 
object:  adultery,  masturbation,  fornication, 
pornography,  prostitution,  rape,  and  homosexual 
acts.  These  sins  are  expressions  of  the  vice  of  lust. 
These  kinds  of  acts  committed  against  the  physical 
and  moral  integrity  of  minors  become  even  more 
grave.

493. Although it says only “you shall not commit 

adultery” why does the sixth commandment 

forbid all sins against chastity?

Although  the  biblical  text  of  the  Decalogue  reads 
“you  shall  not  commit  adultery”  (Ex20:14),  the 
Tradition of the Church comprehensively follows the 
moral teachings of the Old and New Testaments and 
considers  the  sixth  commandment  as  encompassing 
all sins against chastity.

494. What is the responsibility of civil authority 

in regard to chastity?

Insofar  as  it  is  bound  to  promote  respect  for  the 
dignity of the person, civil authority should seek to 

create  an  environment  conducive  to  the  practice  of 
chastity.  It  should  also  enact  suitable  legislation  to 
prevent  the  spread  of  the  grave  offenses  against 
chastity  mentioned  above,  especially  in  order  to 
protect  minors  and  those  who  are  the  weakest 
members of society.

496. What is the meaning of the conjugal act?

The conjugal act has a twofold meaning: unitive (the 
mutual  self-giving  of  the  spouses)  and  procreative 
(an  openness  to  the  transmission  of  life).  No  one 
may  break  the  inseparable  connection  which  God 
has  established  between  these  two  meanings  of  the 
conjugal act by excluding one or the other of them.

497. When is it moral to regulate births?

The  regulation  of  births,  which  is  an  aspect  of 
responsible  fatherhood  and  motherhood,  is 
objectively morally acceptable when it is pursued by 
the  spouses  without  external  pressure;  when  it  is 
practiced  not  out  of  selfishness  but  for  serious 
reasons;  and  with  methods  that  conform  to  the 
objective  criteria  of  morality,  that  is,  periodic 
continence and use of the infertile periods.

498. What are immoral means of birth control?

Every  action  -  for  example,  direct  sterilization  or 
contraception - is intrinsically immoral which (either 
in  anticipation  of  the  conjugal  act,  in  its 
accomplishment or in the development of its natural 
consequences) proposes, as an end or as a means, to 
hinder procreation.

499. Why are artificial insemination and artificial 

fertilization immoral?

They  are  immoral  because  they  dissociate 
procreation from the act with which the spouses give 
themselves  to  each  other  and  so  introduce  the 
domination  of  technology  over  the  origin  and 
destiny  of  the  human  person.  Furthermore, 
heterologous insemination and fertilization with the 
use  of  techniques  that  involve  a  person  other  than 
the married couple infringe upon the right of a child 
to  be  born  of  a  father  and  mother  known  to  him, 
bound  to  each  other  by  marriage  and  having  the 
exclusive right to become parents only through each 
another.

500. How should children be considered?

A child is a gift of God, the supreme gift of marriage. 
There  is  no  such  thing  as  a  right  to  have  children 
(e.g. “a child at any cost”). But a child does have the 
right to be the fruit of the conjugal act of its parents 
as well as the right to be respected as a person from 
the moment of conception.

CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

PART THREE: LIFE IN CHRIST 

Section Two: The Ten Commandments

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Mass Intentions

Mon, June 22, 7PM: 

Thnksg for Justin Romero

Tues, June 23, 9AM: +Mariano Tugas

Wed, June 24, 7PM: +Paticio Intoy & Maria 
Lazaga

Thur, June 25, 9AM: Thnkgsv by Lamorena 
Family

Fri, June 26, 7PM: Thnksgv by Blk Naz Dev
 Sat, June 27, 9AM: Thnksgv: Marcy  

Goortzen

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Saturday Vigil,  June 27

5:15PM: Thnksgving to Our Guardian Angels

Sunday, June 28

9AM: The Parishioners

12:15PM: +Jonathan Deavey

5:30PM: Leo & Brenda: Wdd Anniversary

PARISH

JESUS BROUGHT PEACE TO THE 

WIND AND THE SEA. 

“Peace! Be still!” 

Many are searching for this peace and 

need your help to find Jesus. Would you 

be willing to proclaim the truth of God’s 
love and presence in your life as a priest 

or religious? If you think God is calling 

you, call Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation 

Director, Archdiocese of Toronto 

416-968-0997


vocations@archtoronto.org 

www.vocationstoronto.ca

NEW CAR-PARK SIGNS

The old signs have been replaced at the 

cost of $345.00

Expensive! But needed replacing. One 

of the “fire” signs looks like it was there 

since the Church was built.

big thanks to Romy & Jimmy of the 

Knights of Columbus for installing the 

signs at no cost. 

STILL NO PROGRESS

On purchase of the land Church built on.

Keep praying—St John pray for us

YOUTH CHOIR

Rehearsals every Saturday @ 1PM. 

Grade 8 to Grade 12

Contacts: Editha Lazaga: 416-557-3622

or Fr Simon

CHILDREN’S CHOIR

Grade 1 to Grade 7

Contact Amy: 647-878-2534 or Cecille 

416-825-0793 or Ascela 416-839-7400

MARTYRS SHRINE AGAIN!

Saturday, June 4, 2016

The 12:15PM Choir & the Daughters of Isabella have 

volunteered to sponsor our Pilgrimage to the Shrine next 

year. This year’s pilgrimage was such a beautiful 

experience both in terms of the spiritual experience and 

the wonderful grounds and fine weather that we want to 

go again. 

!!!BBQ SEASON!!!

Sunday, July 5

&

Sunday, August 2

The Mission Support Group of St John XXIII Parish 

invites all Parishioners after the Masses on the above 

dates to come and enjoy their cooking skills.

Proceeds go to various charities in the Philippines and 

elsewhere. After every mass, you will be treated with your 

all-time favourite pork and chicken barbecue including 

hamburgers and hotdogs. Other kinds of foods that will 

satisfy your cravings will be served. 

Your help goes a long way to show how much we care 

about our less fortunate brethren.

 Our dream is to feel GOOD. God’s dream is for us to do good for 

the POOR.”

MISSIONARY PREACHCER

Sunday, August 1/2

Our missionary preacher this year is Fr 

Daniel Syauswa, SJ. Fr Daniel will 

preach at all the masses. A 

2nd

 collection 

will be taken up on this weekend for his 

Mission; the following weekend a follow 

up 2

nd

 collection will also be taken for 

those who may have forgotten.

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ARCDIOCESE

SMILE

In the beginning, God created the heaven and 

the earth... After that, everything else was 

made in China.

——

Blonde: "What does IDK stand for?"

Brunette: "I don’t know."

Blonde: "OMG, nobody does!”

——

Wife: "I look fat. Can you give me a 

compliment?" 

Husband: "You have perfect eyesight.”

——

Nobody starves in America. People in 

America die from over eating.

——

I was in the restaurant yesterday when I 

suddenly realized I desperately needed to pass 

gas. 

The music was really, really loud, so I timed 

my gas with the beat of the music. 

After a couple of songs, I started to feel better. 

I finished my coffee, and noticed that 

everybody was staring at me...

Then I suddenly remembered that I was 

listening to my iPod.

DIVINE BIBLE CONVENTION

Friday, July 3 to Sunday July 5, 2015,

9AM to 6PM

Divine Retreat Center,

69 William St, Toronto, ON, M9N 2G6

647-660-1314

drctoronto@gmail.com

The 3 day Bible Convention including lunch 

and refreshments is led by Fr. Matthew 

Naicomparambil, VC, Sr. Therese, FCC, and 

Fr. Joby Kachappilly, VC

Tickets: $75 per person, $50 per person for 

couples and $150 for a family of three or 

more.

Ticket is valid for admission of one person for 

the three days of convention, with lunch and 

refreshments included.

ANNUAL MASS FOR 

THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED

Wednesday, August 12 @ 7PM

Cemeteries

Assumption—Mississauga

Christ the King—Markham

Holy Cross—Thornhill

Mount Hope—Toronto

Queen of Heaven—Woodbridge

Resurrection—Whitby

St Mary’s—Barrie

SEE NOTICE BOARDS FOR DETAILS

PRAYER SERVICE FOR CANCER 

PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

JUN 28, 2:30 pm

Divine Retreat Centre Toronto

69 William Street, Toronto

Day of prayer for those affected by cancer led 

by Fr. Joby Kachappilly, VC.

Registration is free. Contact 

cancerhealingday@gmail.com or 

647-949-4932 or 647-660-1314 to confirm 

registration.

PILGRIMAGE

Day Pilgrimage to Teopoli

Saturday, July 18

Contact: Amy Sanchez (647) 878-2534

Day Pilgrimage to St Therese Shrine, Niagara 

Falls, Saturday, September 3

Contact: Amy Sanchez (647) 878-2534

PILGRIMAGE TO POLAND

Journey into the Mercy of God

April 30- May 15, 2016 

With  the Companions of the Cross

  Sponsored by the John Paul II Centre for Divine 

Mercy. Price per person: $3150; and $3050 per 

couple. Price includes airfare/taxes/fuel charges, 

accommodation, all meals, motor coach 

transportation, group airport transfers and 

entrance fees. Travel insurance and personal 

expenses are extra. Info:  

ottawapoland2016@gmail.com

It is important to emphasize that this pilgrimage is 

a retreat, a time of prayer, a path of conversion, a 

deepening of our love for God and a greater 

awareness of His love for us through our Daily  

Mass and simple Convent style lodging.

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SAINT OF THE WEEK

Solemnity:

  The  Nativity  of  St  John  the 

Baptist  —  Wednesday,  June  24:  Jesus  called 
John  the  greatest  of  all  those  who  had 
preceded  him:  “I  tell  you,  among  those 
born  of  women,  no  one  is  greater  than 
John....”  But  John  would  have  agreed 
completely  with  what  Jesus  added:  “[Y]et 
the  least  in  the  kingdom  of  God  is  greater 
than he” (Luke 7:28).

John  spent  his  time  in  the  desert,  an 
ascetic.  He  began  to  announce  the  coming 
of  the  Kingdom,  and  to  call  everyone  to  a 
fundamental reformation of life.

His  purpose  was  to  prepare  the  way  for 
Jesus.  His  Baptism,  he  said,  was  for 
repentance.  But  One  would  come  who 
would baptize with the Holy Spirit and fire. 
John  is  not  worthy  even  to  carry  his 
sandals.  His  attitude  toward  Jesus  was: 
“He must increase; I must decrease” (John 
3:30).

John  was  humbled  to  find  among  the 
crowd of sinners who came to be baptized 
the  one  whom  he  already  knew  to  be  the 
Messiah.  “I  need  to  be  baptized  by 
you” (Mt3:14b). But Jesus insisted, “Allow 
it now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all 
righteousness”  (Mt3:15b).  Jesus,  true  and 
humble human as well as eternal God, was 
eager to do what was required of any good 
Jew.  John  thus  publicly  entered  the 
community  of  those  awaiting  the  Messiah. 
But making himself part of that community, 
he made it truly messianic.

The greatness of John, his pivotal place in 
the history of salvation, is seen in the great 
emphasis  Luke  gives  to  the  announcement 
of his birth and the event itself—both made 
prominently  parallel  to  the  same 
occurrences  in  the  life  of  Jesus.  John 
attracted  countless  people  (“all  Judea”)  to 
the banks of the Jordan, and it occurred to 

some people that he might be the Messiah. 
But  he  constantly  deferred  to  Jesus,  even 
to  sending  away  some  of  his  followers  to 
become the first disciples of Jesus.

Perhaps  John’s  idea  of  the  coming  of  the 
Kingdom  of  God  was  not  being  perfectly 
fulfilled in the public ministry of Jesus. For 
whatever  reason,  he  sent  his  disciples 
(when he was in prison) to ask Jesus if he 
was  the  Messiah.  Jesus’  answer  showed 
t h a t  t h e 

Messiah was 

to be a figure 

like  that  of 

the Suffering 

Servant  in 

Isaiah  (chps 

49  through 

5 3 ) .  J o h n 

h i m s e l f 

would  share 

i n 

t h e 

pattern  of  messianic  suffering,  losing  his 
life to the revenge of Herodias.

Comment: 

John  challenges  us  Christians  to 

the  fundamental  attitude  of  Christianity—
total  dependence  on  the  Father,  in  Christ. 
Except for the Mother of God, no one had 
a  higher  function  in  the  unfolding  of 
salvation.  Yet  the  least  in  the  kingdom, 
Jesus said, is greater than he, for the pure 
g i f t  t h a t  t h e  F a t h e r  g i v e s .  T h e 
attractiveness  as  well  as  the  austerity  of 
John, his fierce courage in denouncing evil
—all  stem  from  his  fundamental  and  total 
placing of his life within the will of God.

Quote: 

"And this is not something which was 

only  true  once,  long  ago  in  the  past.  It  is 
always true, because the repentance which 
he  preached  always  remains  the  way  into 
the  kingdom  which  he  announced.  He  is 
not  a  figure  that  we  can  forget  now  that 
Jesus, the true light, has appeared. John is 
always  relevant  because  he  calls  for  a 
preparation  which  all  men  need  to  make. 
Hence  every  year  there  are  four  weeks  in 
the life of the Church in which it listens to 
the  voice  of  the  Baptist.  These  are  the 
weeks of Advent" 

(A New Catechism)

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Jesus

Commentary 2 – Wake up the Christ in you

Life  is  like  a  boat,  exposed  to  a  myriad  of 
dangers;  temptations,  occasions  to  sin,  bad 
counsels of men, passions of corrupt nature, 
etc.  Never  lose  confidence  –  when 
temptations  arise,  keep  your  eyes  on  God, 
who alone can deliver us.

When  you  have  to  listen  to  abuse,  that 
means you are being buffeted by the wind. 
When  your  anger  is  roused,  you  are  being 
tossed  by  the  waves.  So  when  the  winds 
blow and the waves mount high, the boat is 
in  danger,  your  heart  is  imperilled,  your 
heart  is  taking  a  battering.  On  hearing 
yourself  insulted,  you  long  to  retaliate;  but 

the  joy  of  revenge  brings  with  it  another 
kind of misfortune – shipwreck. Why this? 
Because Christ is asleep in you. What do I 
mean?  I  mean  you  have  forgotten  His 
presence.  Rouse  Him,  then;  remember 
Him,  let  Him  keep  watch  within  you,  pay 
heed  to  Him.  A  temptation  arises:  it  is  the 
wind. It disturbs you: it is the surging of the 
sea.  This  is  the  moment  to  awaken  Christ 
and  let  Him  remind  you  of  those  words: 
‘Who then is this whom even wind and sea 
obey?

-St Augustine

“Peace, Be Still”

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“BECAUSE GOD IS REAL”

by Peter Kreeft

Why Must We Die?

5.  Are  we  really  supposed  to  believe  in  a  literal 
Heaven, with golden streets and fluffy white clouds 
and angels playing harps?

That’s  like  asking  whether  you’re  really 
supposed to believe there is an island made 
of  a  large  green  jewels  hundreds  of  miles 
wide  when  you  are  told  that  Ireland,  the 
“Emerald  Isle”,  really  exists.  Ireland  does 
really exist, and it really is very green,  like 
emeralds,  but  it  is  not  made  of  a  literal 
emerald. That is an image, a symbol, not be 
take  literally.  Similarly,  Heaven  really 
exists,  but  the  imagery  for  the  things  in 
heaven is not to be taken literally.

The popular images of golden streets, fluffy 
clouds, haloes, and angel harps are not even 
in  the  Bible.  Other  images  of  Heaven  are 
found  in  the  Bible:  an  enormous  city  with 
twelve  gates,  a  wedding  feast,  thrones,  a 
crystal  sea,  and  so  forth.  These  are  images 
God has revealed, and therefore they are to 
be  be  believed,  but  believed  as  imagery. 
They are not to be taken literally. Symbols 
are to be taken symbolically. We know the 
images  are  not  meant  to  be  interpreted 
literally because the Bible describes Heaven 
in these words: “What no eye has seen, nor 
ear heard, nor the heart of man conceived, 
what God has prepared for those who love 
him. (1Cor2:9).

For  instance,  Heaven  is  described  as  a 
wedding  feast  (Rev  21:2;22:17),  but  this  is 
not  a  literal  wedding  because  Jesus  says 
that in Heaven “they neither marry nor are 
given  in  marriage”  (Mt22:30).  In  Heaven 
there  are  no  new  babies,  no  gradual 
growing up from infancy to old age, and no 
private  families  to  bring  new  children  into 
the  world  and  nourish  them;  therefore, 

there are no weddings or marriages. So the 
heavenly wedding is symbolic. It means the 
spiritual  marriage,  the  spiritual  union,  the 
spiritual  love  between  God  and  man, 
between Christ and his Church, His Body, 
His  people  (us!).  It  is  like  a  marriage 
because  marriage  is  the  most  intimate  and 
total love relationship possible on earth. Or 
rather,  a  marriage  on  earth  is  like  it
Heaven  is  more,  not  less,  than  any  earthly 
image can say.

Similarly, the imagery for Hell is not to be 
taken  literally.  The  fire  is  not  physical  fire 
from  this  world.  But  the  symbolic 
interpretation is stronger, not weaker, than 
the  literal  interpretation.  For  Hell’s  “fire” 
destroys  not  just  bodies  but  souls 
(Mt10:28).  Just  as  Heaven  is  far  better 
than we can imagine, Hell is far worse.

FAST & ABSTINENCE

During Lent

Catholics fast, and abstain from meat on Ash 

Wednesday and Good Friday. 

Fridays of the Year

It is a requirement of our Faith that we abstain 

from meat on all the Fridays of the year (except on 

Solemnities) in commemoration of our Saviour’s 

death. 

The fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. 

The required fast on Ash Wednesday and Good 

Friday involves eating only one full meal on those 

days. One or two smaller meals may be taken on 

those days, but may not total one full meal.  The 

required fast does not allow eating anything 

between meals. 

Abstinence on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday & 

Fridays of the Year

Abstinence on these days from meat does not 

intend the omission of eggs or dairy products.

Age Requirements

"All Catholics who have completed their 

fourteenth year are bound by the law of 

abstinence; all adults are bound by the law of fast 

up to the beginning of their sixtieth year. 

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NEXT CHALICE CHILDREN

COLLECTION

Sunday, 27 September , 2015

At this collection only our young people can 

contribute--adults are not to put money in the 

collection--a loonie or twonie is all that is needed. 

In this endeavour, we hope to teach our young 

people to care for the needs of others.

Total to Date: $2,080.

Goal: $1980 payable May ‘15 for 2015/16 year.

NEXT YOUTH MASS

TODAY May 24 @ 5:30PM

At this Mass our young people help with the 

various ministries of lector, usher, choir, etc. Feel 

free to approach us if you wish to help.

FAMILY OF FAITH 

CAPITAL 

CAMPAIGN

Pledges 

$272,500—147% of 

Goal.

Congratulations

StJXXIII !!!

CWL EXECUTIVE

The following have kindly agreed to be the 

executive for the new CWL

Lolita  Perry;  Lorraine  Robert;  Zenia 
Cayetano;  Marichou  Castillo

.  Please 

support them in the coming Year as they 
begin to establish the CWL.

SUNDAY LECTORS WORKSHOP

St John XXIII Parish

Saturday, October 3, 2015, 9:30AM—12NOON
The Office of Formation & Discipleship of the 

Archdiocese will conduct this workshop. 

Due to the importance of this ministry, all 

ministers are asked to make every effort to be 

present.

Please reserve the above date and time in your calendar.

SUNDAY EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS 

WORKSHOP

Saturday, October 17, 2015, 9:30AM—12NOON

The Office of Formation & Discipleship of the 

Archdiocese will conduct this workshop. 

Due to the importance of this ministry, all 

ministers are asked to make every effort to be 

present.

Please reserve the above date and time in your calendar.