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COME ON OUT 

ST JOHN XXIII

ENJOY YOURSELF & HELP THE CWL IN 

ITS FUNDRAISING EFFORTS

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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 

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

To Donate Online to St JXXIII go to: https://community.archtoronto.org/page.aspx?pid=415

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 of the month
at  11AM  and  third  Sun  of  the  month  at  1:30PM.
Preparation session is required.

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

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

PART ONE—THE PROFESSION OF FAITH 

THE CHURCH IS ONE, HOLY, CATHOLIC, AND

APOSTOLIC

173. In what sense is the Church missionary?

The Church, guided by the Holy Spirit, continues the
mission  of  Christ  himself  in  the  course  of  history.
Christians must, therefore, proclaim to everyone the
Good News borne by Christ; and, following his path,
they  must  be  ready  for  self-sacrifice,  even  unto
martyrdom.

174. Why is the Church apostolic?

The Church is apostolic in her origin because she has
b e e n  b u i l t  o n  “ t h e  f o u n d a t i o n  o f  t h e
Apostles”  (Ephesians  2:20).  She  is  apostolic  in  her
teaching  which  is  the  same  as  that  of  the Apostles.
She is apostolic by reason of her structure insofar as
she  is  taught,  sanctified,  and  guided  until  Christ
returns by the Apostles through their successors who
are the bishops in communion with the successor of
Peter.

175. In what does the mission of the Apostles

consist?

The Word “Apostle” means “one who is sent”. Jesus,
the One sent by the Father, called to himself twelve
of his disciples and appointed them as his Apostles,
making  them  the  chosen  witnesses  of  his
Resurrection  and  the  foundation  of  his  Church.  He
gave  them  the  command  to  continue  his  own
mission saying, “As the Father has sent me, so I also
send  you”  (John  20:21);  and  he  promised  to  remain
with them until the end of the world.

176. What is apostolic succession?

Apostolic succession is the transmission by means of
the  sacrament  of  Holy  Orders  of  the  mission  and
power  of  the  Apostles  to  their  successors,  the
bishops.  Thanks  to  this  transmission  the  Church
remains  in  communion  of  faith  and  life  with  her
origin, while through the centuries she carries on her
apostolate  for  the  spread  of  the  Kingdom  of Christ
on earth.

The Faithful: hierarchy, laity, consecrated life

177. Who are the faithful?

The  Christian  faithful  are  those  who,  inasmuch  as
they  have  been  incorporated  in  Christ  through
Baptism,  have  been  constituted  as  the  people  of
God; for this reason, since they have become sharers
in Christ’s priestly, prophetic and royal office in their

own manner, they are called to exercise the mission
which God has entrusted to the Church. There exists
a  true  equality  among  them  in  their  dignity  as
children of God.

179. Why did Christ institute an ecclesiastical

hierarchy?

Christ  instituted  an  ecclesiastical  hierarchy  with  the
mission of feeding the people of God in his name and
for  this  purpose  gave  it  authority.  The  hierarchy  is
formed  of  sacred  ministers,;  bishops,  priests,  and
deacons. Thanks to the sacrament of Orders, bishops
and priests act in the exercise of their ministry in the
name  and  person  of  Christ  the  Head.  Deacons
minister  to  the  people  of  God  in  the  diakonia
(service) of word, liturgy, and charity.

182. What is the mission of the Pope?

The Pope, Bishop of Rome and the Successor of Saint
Peter, is the perpetual, visible source and foundation
of the unity of the Church. He is the vicar of Christ,
the head of the College of bishops and pastor of the
universal  Church  over  which  he  has  by  divine
institution  full,  supreme,  immediate,  and  universal
power.

184. How do the bishops carry out their mission of

teaching?

Since  they  are  authentic  witnesses  of  the  apostolic
faith  and  are  invested  with  the  authority  of  Christ,
the bishops in union with the Pope have the duty of
proclaiming the Gospel faithfully and authoritatively
to all. By means of a supernatural sense of faith, the
people  of God  unfailingly  adhere  to  the  faith  under
the guidance of the living Magisterium of the Church.

185. When is the infallibility of the Magisterium

exercised?

Infallibility  is  exercised  when  the  Roman  Pontiff,  in
virtue  of  his  office  as  the  Supreme  Pastor  of  the
Church, or the College of Bishops, in union with the
Pope  especially  when  joined  together  in  an
Ecumenical  Council,  proclaim  by  a  definitive  act  a
doctrine  pertaining  to  faith  or  morals.  Infallibility  is
also  exercised  when  the  Pope  and  Bishops  in  their
ordinary Magisterium are in agreement in proposing
a  doctrine  as  definitive.  Every  one  of  the  faithful
must adhere to such teaching with the obedience of
faith.

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MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, June 13, 7PM: CANCELLED
Tues, June 14, 9AM: +Carmela Arroyo
Wed, June 15, 7PM: +Klara Szathmari
Thurs, June 16, 9AM: +Leonardo Tolentino
Fri, June 17, 7PM: Thnksgv: Jerry, Ben & Olivia

Sat, June 18, 9AM: Thnksgv: Jeremiah Benn

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Saturday, June 18

5:15PM: +Antonio Scarano

Sunday, June 19

9AM: +Alfonso & Eduardo Perlas

12:15PM: The Parishioners

5:30PM: +Jose Abarri

PARISH

NEXT CHALICE CHILDREN

COLLECTION

Sunday JUNE 26, 2016

Goal: $2,220. Payment is made in May

of each year for following 12 months.

Total to Date: $1,856.

YOUTH CHOIR

Rehearsals—Sat @ 10AM.

Grade 8 & Up: Contact: Editha

Lazaga:

Sing 2

nd

& 3

rd

Sundays of Month @

5:30PM Mass

CHILDREN’S CHOIR

Grade 1 — Grade 7

Contact Amy: 647-878-2534

Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sundays of Month @

5:30PM Mass

NOTICE

All Monday 7PM Masses Canceled

until August 8, 2016.

 

 

 

When: Sunday, June 26, 2016 
Time: After every Sunday Mass 
Location: Saint John XXIII  (in front of church) 
Coordinator:  SJXXIII Mission Support Group  

     

 

 

 

To All Parishioners of Saint John XXIII Church: 
 
Summertime is BBQ time!!!
 

 
Now on its 5

th

 year, the Mission Support Group of this parish invites 

everyone to join another fun-filled and exciting day of mouth-watering 
pork, chicken, BBQ, hamburgers, hotdogs, sweet pudding and many 
more
 at very affordable price. 

 
Proceeds for this year’s event will help our Church and part of it will 
support our less fortunate brothers and sisters. 

 
The members of St John XXIII parish Mission Support Group wish to thank 
all the donors and patrons for the past four events. We hope that you 
continue to help us in the realization of its vision and mission 
  
For more information and donations please contact: 
 Sis. Amy at  647.878.2534 or Bro. Benjie at 416.696.6133 
 We look forward to another successful event, and may you all be blessed. 
 
“Our dream is to feel GOOD. God’s dream is for us to do good for the 
POOR” 

 
Thank you,                                    
The Blessed John XXIII Mission Support Group

 

5th

 Annual BBQ   

Fund Raising 

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A Story From Golf

A priest, Jesus, and an old man tee off.

The priest drives the green within 5 yards of the

hole.

Jesus slices the ball and it goes into the water

hazard. He quickly runs across the water and hits his

second onto the green 2 inches from the hole.

The old man tees off with a short worm burner that

trickles into the water hazard. Soon after a fish

grabs the ball in its mouth and swims across the

pond with it. Just then an eagle swoops down and

snatches the fish with the golf ball and flies off. The

eagle loses its grip and drops the fish onto the

green. The fish then spits out the ball and it rolls into

the hole for a hole in one.

Jesus turns to the old man and replies,

"Play fair Dad!"

SMILE

ARCDIOCESE

JESUS IS ALWAYS READY TO GRANT

FORGIVENESS AND PARDON TO THOSE WHO

SINCERELY REPENT

.

Are you able to help others to believe and return to Jesus

with repentant hearts?

If you think God is calling you to be a priest, religious or

deacon, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation Director,

Archdiocese of Toronto 416-968-0997

vocations@archtoronto.org www.vocationstoronto.ca

CRADLE OF HOPE

Charismatic Conference Friday, June 25 – 8:30 a.m. to

6:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 26 – 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Montecassino Banquet Hall, 3710 Chesswood Dr.,

Downsview

Catholic Charismatic Renewal Council (CCRC) of the
Archdiocese of Toronto invites you to the “Cradle of

Hope” conference, inspired by John 18:4 and John 20:15

“Whom are you looking for?” Keynote speakers: Chuck

Hornsby, Dr. Josephine Lombardi, Mother Lucy

Lukasiewicz, Carey B. Grant, Deacons Carlos Nogueira

and Mark Romeo. Inspiring praise and worship, and

healing service.

Mass Saturday at 9:40 a.m. Presider Fr. Ben St. Croix.

Mass Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Presider, Cardinal Thomas

Collins. Sacrament of Reconciliation between 12 to 1 p.m.

on Saturday – we request the assistance of all Priests.

Clergy, kindly bring an alb and stole for the Eucharistic

celebration.

EMAIL: info@ccrctor.com PHONE: 416-466-0776

TESTIMONIES OF ENTRANCE INTO THE

CATHOLIC CHURCH

Tuesday, June 21 – 7 to 9 p.m.; Blessed Trinity Parish Hall

3220 Bayview Ave., Toronto

Hosted by Fellowship of St. Joseph of the Association for

Hebrew Catholics. We will hear from several young people

at Blessed Trinity who have recently come into full

communion with the Catholic Church and have a joy- filled

and exciting story to share. They are passionate believers

in our Lord and have experienced the grace of God in

profound and moving ways. Some of them are members

of our own Fellowship of St. Joseph. There will be a time

for fellowship and refreshments will be served. All are

welcome.

EMAIL: ahctoronto@gmail.com

9TH ANNUAL MIX & MINGLE

Thursday, July 28 – 6 p.m. 15 Laxton Ave, Toronto

In solidarity with World Youth Day activities, Faith

Connections and the Toronto area religious and clergy

invite all young adults 18-39 (student, working

professional, single, married, young parent) to a house

party and barbecue! Meet other young adults, sisters,
brothers and priests. Enjoy food, laughter and fun in a

casual and relaxed atmosphere.

RSVP required by July 15


CONTACT: Vanessa Nicholas-Schmidt PHONE:

416-467-2645 WEB: www.faithconnections.ca — a ministry

of Fontbonne Ministries, Sisters of St. Joseph, Toronto.

 
 

 

 

 

CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF CANADA 

Saint John XXIII Parish Council 

150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON M3C 3E2 

 
 
 

Father’s Day Celebration 

 

 

 

 

CWL, St. John XXIII Parish Council will celebrate its 
second annual Father’s Day. Come and join us, and be 
part of a good company.  

 

We will serve muffins, croissants, juice, and coffee to 
honour Dad. Our event is outdoors. Please dress-up for 
the occasion. 

 

Date:          Sunday, June 19, 2016 
Time:          Following the 9:00 a.m. mass 
Location:   Church’s foyer/front yard – weather 
                    permitting 
  

 

 

 

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Memorial—St  Anthony  of  Padua,  Priest,  Doctor:
Saturday,  June  14  (transferred):  
Saint  Anthony  was
born  Fernando  Martins  in  Lisbon,  Portugal.  He  was
born into a wealthy family and by the age of fifteen
asked  to  be  sent  to  the  Abbey  of  Santa  Cruz  in
Coimbra,  the  then  capital  of  Portugal.  During  his
time in the Abbey, he learned theology and Latin.

Following  his  ordination  to  the  priesthood,  he  was
named  guestmaster  and  was  responsible  for  the
abbey's hospitality. When Franciscan friars settled a
small hermitage outside Coimbra dedicated to Saint
Anthony  of  Egypt,  Fernando  felt  a  longing  to  join
them.  Fernando  eventually  received  permission  to
leave the Abbey so he could join the new Franciscan
Order. When he was admitted, he changed his name
to Anthony.
Anthony  then  traveled  to  Morocco  to  spread God's
truth,  but  became  extremely  sick  and  was  returned
to Portugal to recover. The return voyage was blown
off-course and the party arrived in Sicily, from which
they  traveled  to Tuscany.  Anthony  was  assigned  to
the  hermitage  of  San  Paolo  after  local  friars
considered his health.
As he recovered, Anthony spent his time praying and
studying.  An  undetermined  amount  of  time  later,
Dominican  friars  came  to  visit  the  Franciscans  and
there  was  confusion  over  who  would  present  the
homily.  The  Dominicans  were  known  for  their
preaching, thus the Franciscans assumed it was they
who  would  provide  a  homilist,  but  the  Dominicans
assumed  the  Franciscans  would  provide  one.  It  was
then  the  head  of  the  Franciscan  hermitage  asked
Anthony  to  speak  on  whatever  the  Holy  Spirit  told
him to speak of
. Though  he  tried  to  object,  Anthony  delivered  an
eloquent  and  moving  homily  that  impressed  both
groups. Soon, news of his eloquence reached Francis
of  Assisi,  who  held  a  strong  distrust  of  the
brotherhood's  commitment  to  a  life  of  poverty.
However, in Anthony, he found a friend.
In  1224,  Francis  entrusted  his  friars'  pursuits  of
studies  to Anthony. Anthony  had  a  book  of  psalms
that  contained  notes  and  comments  to  help  when
teaching  students  and,  in  a  time  when  a  printing
press was not yet invented, he greatly valued it.

When  a  novice  decided  to  leave  the  hermitage,  he
stole  Anthony's  valuable  book.  When  Anthony
discovered  it  was  missing,  he  prayed  it  would  be
found  or  returned  to  him.  The  thief  did  return  the
book  and  in  an  extra  step  returned  to  the Order  as
well.  The  book  is  said  to  be  preserved  in  the
Franciscan friary in Bologna today.
Anthony  occasionally  taught  at  the  universities  of
Montpellier and Toulouse in southern France, but he
performed  best  in  the  role  of  a  preacher. So  simple
and  resounding  was  his  teaching  of  the  Catholic
Faith,  most  unlettered  and  the  innocent  could
understand his messages. It is for this reason he was
declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius XII in
1946.
Once,  when  St.  Anthony  of  Padua  attempted  to
preach  the  true  Gospel  of  the  Catholic  Church  to
heretics  who  would  not  listen  to  him,  he  went  out
and preached his message to the fish. This was not,
as  liberals  and  naturalists  have  tried  to  say,  for  the
instruction of the fish, but rather for the glory of God,
the delight of the angels, and the easing of his own
heart. When critics saw the fish begin to gather, they
realized they should also listen to what Anthony had
to say.
He  was  only  36-years-old  when  he  died  and  was
canonized  less  than  one  year  afterward  by  Pope
Gregory  IX. Upon  exhumation  some  336  years  after
his  death,  his  body  was  found  to  be  corrupted,  yet
his tongue was totally incorrupt, so perfect were the
teachings that had been formed upon it.
He  is  typically  depicted  with  a  book  and  the  Infant
Child Jesus and is commonly referred to today as the
"finder of lost articles.”

Patron Saint of: Lost items; Poor; Travellers

Feast of the Week

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The  1st  Reading:  2 Samuel  12:  7–10,  13;  Psalm

32: 1–2, 5,7,11; Galatians 2:16, 19–21; Luke 7:36–

50
In  this Sunday’s  readings  we  are  like  the  fallen

king,  David,  and  the  woman  who  weeps  at

Jesus’ feet.
Like David, the Lord has rescued us from sin and

death,  anointed  us  with  His  Spirit  in  baptism

and in confirmation. He has made us heirs of His

promise to the children of Israel.
And  like  David,  and  like  the  woman  in  the

Gospel, we fall into sin. Our crimes may not be

as grave as David’s (see 2 Samuel 11:1–26) or as

“many” as that woman’s (see Luke 7:47).
But  we  often  squander  the  great  gift  of

salvation we’ve been given. Often we fail to live

up  to  the  great  calling  of  being  sons  and

daughters of God.
The  good  news  of  today’s  readings,  the  good

news  of  Jesus  Christ,  is  that  we  can  return  to

God in the sacrament of confession. Each of us

can repeat Paul’s wondrous words in this week’s

Epistle: “The Son of God has loved me and given

himself up for me.”

Our faith will save us, as Jesus tells the woman

today. Our  faith  that  no  matter  how  many  our

sins, or how serious, if we come to him in true

sorrow and repentance we will hear his words of

forgiveness. Like David. Like the woman in the

Gospel this Sunday.
We hear David’s heartfelt confession in the First

Reading. The Psalmist, too, confesses his sins to

God.  And  we  hear  our  Lord’s  tender  words  of

mercy and pardon in the Gospel.
By His word of healing and his promise of peace,

He  makes  it  possible  for  us  to  join  Him  at  the

banquet table of the Eucharist.
We can’t be like the Pharisee in the Gospel. We

should  never  disdain  the  sinner  or  doubt  the

Lord’s  power  to  convert  even  the  worst  of

sinners.
Instead,  we  should  pledge  today  to  better

imitate  that  sinful  woman.  In  gratitude  for  the

debt we’ve been forgiven, let us promise to live

by  faith  and  for  God  alone.  Like  her,  let  us

devote our lives to serving Him with great love.

“Her Sins, Which Where Many, Are Forgiven; Hence She Has Shown Great Love.

JESUS

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She owes such attention to her husband exclusively.

Answered by: Fr. Vincent Serpa O.P.

Full Question
Is  it  possible  for  people  of  the  same  sex  to  marry
each other?
Answer
No.  Gay  (or  homosexual)  "marriage"  is  not  really
marriage at all. Marriage was instituted by God as a
relationship  between  a  man  and  a  woman.
"Therefore  a  man  leaves  his  father  and  his  mother
and  cleaves  to  his  wife,  and  they  become  one
flesh"  (Gen.  2:24).  The  Church  does  not  have  the
power or authority to change this—nor does secular
society.  Even  if  the  legal  definition  of  the  word
"marriage"  were  changed  to  include  homosexual
couples,  those  couples  would  not  ever  be  truly
married.

CATHOLIC ANSWERS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Youth Ministry Name Change

SJ23 Youth Ministry is currently brainstorming new

names for our ministry. We will no longer be using

the Edge and Life Teen programs and are now

thinking of new names we would like to identify

with at the junior and senior level.

Upcoming Youth Events:

Next Life Teen Night:

Friday, June 17, 2016 from 7:00-9:00pm in the Parish

hall.

We will look at our self-image and compare our

personal self-image with Scripture passages on how

God views us and the way we should view ourselves.

Steubenville 2016

SJ23YM senior level will be attending Steubenville

this summer from July 22-24, 2016. Cost for

attending is $20/teen.

Fundraising BBQ

Sunday, June 26, 2016

We will be working with Missions Support Group to

fundraise for our youth ministry. The junior and

senior level youth ministries will be baking together

and selling our baked goods at the BBQ.

YOUTH MINISTRY

Full Question
My  wife  and  I  are  considering  divorce  after  a  long
and  unloving  period  of  our  relationship.  She
considers  us  roommates.  The  reason  we  haven't
divorced is that she couldn't live alone on her salary
plus trying to raise our son. She is unwilling to go to
counselling. What are the implications of divorce for
practicing  Catholics?  Can  we  still  receive  the
sacraments? Where can I learn about the annulment
process?
Answer
The  loser  here  is  your  son.  I  would  think  long  and
hard before inflicting a divorce on him. You and your
wife chose to marry each other. He didn’t choose to
be  born.  He  deserves  a  home  with  a  mother  and  a
father. I’m not trying to lay a guilt trip on you. These
are simply the facts. If it is absolutely impossible for
the two of you to remain together, then the Church
allows  civil  divorce  for  the  equitable  division  of
goods that have been held in common. I know of an
instance where the child remained in the home and
the parents would alternate every other week living
there so that the child wouldn’t be shuttled here and
there  for  the  rest  of  his  childhood.  I  commend  the
parents  for  obviously  being  more  concerned  about
him than about themselves. If you do separate you
may both receive the sacraments so long as you are
in the state of grace. But you are still married, and
dating other people is out of the question unless and
until  you  are  able  to  have  the  marriage  annulled.
This  book  will  give  you  all  that  you  need  to  know
about  annulments:  Annulments  and  the  Catholic
Church  by  Edward  Peters,  available  on
shop.catholic.com or by phone: 888 291 8000.

Answered by: Fr. Vincent Serpa O.P.

Full Question
I have a married friend who flirts. She sees nothing
wrong with it, and says it doesn't lead to anything. I
believe it's a sin. Is it?
Answer
It’s  not  a  sin  if  the  individuals  involved  are  not
married.  It’s  also  not  a  sin  if  it  is  between  people
who are married to each other. But it is a sin if it is
between a married person and someone other than
one’s spouse, as in the case you mention. Your friend
needs to get her act together.

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ADORATION

OF THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to  6PM,  concludes  with 
evening  prayer 

and  Benediction 

at 5:40PM. Come 

for a few minutes 

or  an  hour  and 

keep  watch  with 

the  Lord.  Pray 

for  others,  the 

C h u r c h ,  y o u r 

family, yourself.

LENTEN FAST & ABSTINENCE

We fast, & abstain from meat on Ash Wed & Good Fri.

The fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

The required fast on Ash Wed and Good Fri 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

Abstinence on these days from meat does not intend the

omission of eggs or dairy products.

Age Requirements

"All Catholics who have completed their 14

th

year are

bound by the law of abstinence; all adults are bound by

the law of fast up to the beginning of their 60

th

year.

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.

FRIDAYS OF THE YEAR

Please remember 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 Saviours death

for our salvation.