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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
.

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

Weekly

Bulletin

This is the last

weekend as it

ends for the

summer break

Bulletin returns

on first weekend

of September,

Labour Day

weekend

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

PART ONE—THE PROFESSION OF FAITH

“I BELIEVE IN THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS”

200. How are sins remitted?

The first and chief sacrament for the forgiveness of
sins  is  Baptism.  For  those  sins  committed  after
Baptism,  Christ  instituted  the  sacrament  of
Reconciliation or Penance through which a baptized
person is reconciled with God and with the Church.

201. Why does the Church have the power to

forgive sins?

The Church has the mission and the power to forgive
sins because Christ himself has conferred it upon her:
“Receive  the  Holy  Spirit,  if  you  forgive  the  sins  of
any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any,
they are retained” (John 20:22-23).

“I BELIEVE IN THE RESURRECTION OF THE BODY”

202. What is the meaning of the term “body” (or

“flesh”) and what importance does it have?

The resurrection of the flesh is the literal formulation
in  the  Apostles  Creed  for  the  resurrection  of  the
body. The term “flesh” refers to humanity in its state
of weakness and mortality. “The flesh is the hinge of
salvation” (Tertullian). We believe in God the Creator
of  the  flesh;  we  believe  in  the  Word  made  flesh  in
order  to  redeem  flesh;  and  we  believe  in  the
resurrection of flesh which is the fulfillment of both
the creation and the redemption of the flesh.

203. What is meant by the “resurrection of the

body”?

This means that the definitive state of man will not
be  one  in  which  his  spiritual  soul  is  separated  from
his body. Even our mortal bodies will one day come
to life again.

204. What is the relationship between the

Resurrection of Christ and our resurrection?

Just  as Christ  is  truly  risen  from  the  dead  and  now
lives forever, so he himself will raise everyone on the
last day with an incorruptible body: “Those who have
done  good  will  rise  to  the  resurrection  of  life  and
those  who  have  done  evil  to  the  resurrection  of
condemnation” (John 5:29).

205. What happens to our body and our soul after

death?

After death, which is the separation of the body and
the  soul,  the  body  becomes  corrupt  while  the  soul,
which  is  immortal,  goes  to  meet  the  judgment  of
God and awaits its reunion with the body when it will

rise  transformed  at  the  time  of  the  return  of  the
Lord.  How  the  resurrection  of  the  body  will  come
about  exceeds  the  possibilities  of  our  imagination
and understanding.

206. What does it mean to die in Christ Jesus?

Dying  in  Christ  Jesus  means  to  die  in  the  state  of
God's  grace  without  any  mortal  sin.  A  believer  in
Christ,  following  his  example,  is  thus  able  to
transform  his  own  death  into  an  act  of  obedience
and  love  for  the  Father.  “This  saying  is  sure:  if  we
have  died  with  him,  we  will  also  live  with  him”  (2
Timothy 2:11).

“I BELIEVE IN LIFE EVERLASTING”

207. What is life everlasting?

Eternal  life  is  that  life  which  begins  immediately
after death. It will have no end. It will be preceded for
each person by a particular judgment at the hands of
Christ  who  is  the  Judge  of  the  living  and  the  dead.
This  particular  judgement  will  be  confirmed  in  the
final judgment.

208. What is the particular judgment?

It  is  the  judgment  of  immediate  retribution  which
each  one  after  death  will  receive  from  God  in  his
immortal soul in accord with his faith and his works.
This  retribution  consists  in  entrance  into  the
happiness  of  heaven,  immediately  or  after  an
appropriate  purification,  or  entry  into  the  eternal
damnation of hell.

209. What is meant by the term “heaven”?

By  “heaven”  is  meant  the  state  of  supreme  and
definitive  happiness. Those  who  die  in  the  grace  of
God  and  have  no  need  of  further  purification  are
gathered around Jesus and Mary, the angels and the
saints. They thus form the Church of heaven, where
they  see  God  “face  to  face”  (1  Corinthians  13:12).
They  live  in  a  communion  of  love  with  the  Most
Blessed Trinity and they intercede for us.

“True  and  subsistent  life
consists  in  this:  the  Father,
through  the  Son  and  in  the
Holy  Spirit,  pouring  out  his
heavenly  gifts  on  all  things
without  exception.  Thanks  to
his  mercy,  we  too,  men  that
we  are,  have  received  the
inalienable  promise  of  eternal
life.”

(Saint Cyril of Jerusalem)

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MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, June 27, 7PM: CANCELLED
Tues, June 28, 9AM: +Irineo Echavarre
Wed, June 29, 7PM: Thnksgv for Ella Ferris
Thurs, June 30, 9AM: +Salvador Alcantara

Fri, July 1, 10AM: Thnksgv: Esperanza Miguel Intoy

Sat, July 2, 9AM: Msgr Ed Boehler

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Saturday, July 2

5:15PM: Thanksgiving to O.L.O. Holy Rosary

Sunday, June 26

9AM: The Parishioners

12:15PM: +Joan Chanderbhan

5:30PM: Thnksv of the Roweleustaquio Family

PARISH

CHALICE CHILDREN

COLLECTION

TODAY: Sun June 26: 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: Sing 2

nd

& 3

rd

Sun 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

FRIDAYS OF THE YEAR

No Meat

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.

NOTICE

All Monday 7PM Masses Canceled until

August 8, 2016.

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to  6PM,  concludes  with  evening
p r a y e r

a n d

B e n e d i c t i o n  a t

5:40PM. Come for a

few  minutes  or  an

h o u r  a n d  k e e p

watch  with  the  Lord.

Pray for others, the

Church,  your  family,

yourself.

THE MISSION SUPPORT GROUP OF

ST JOHN XXIII CHURCH

Invites You To Join Us On Our Pilgrimage To

THE HOLY DOORS

Saturday, Aug 20, 2016

To The Four (4) Churches Listed Below

Itinerary

7:30AM Sharp

Pickup passengers at St JXXIII Parish:

150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto

7:45AM Sharp

Leave for Merciful Redeemer Church

9AM Sharp

Mass at Merciful Redeemer: 2775 Erin

Centre Blvd, Mississauga

11AM Sharp

St Maximillan Kolbe Church: 4260

Cawthra Rd, Mississauga

12NOON Sharp

Lunch at nearest park

1:30PM Sharp

St Anthony of Padua Church: 940

North Prk Dr, Bramalea

2:30PM Sharp

St Patricks Church: 11873 The Gore

Rd., Brampton

3PM Sharp

Home

FARE: $15/ person and payment due asap to secure seats.

RESERVATIONS:  Ahme Sanchez: 647-878-2534; Femi

Barrera: 416-696-8868; Benjie

Romero: 416-696-6133.

NOTE

CANADA DAY MASS

Friday, July 1

The Mass of Canada Day will be celebrated at 10AM on

Friday.

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ANIMALS

A Canadian psychologist is 


selling a video that teaches you how to test your

dog’s IQ. Here’s how it works: If you spend $12.99

for the video, your dog is smarter than you.

_______

When a zoo’s gorilla dies, the zookeeper hires an

actor to don a costume and act like an ape 


until the zoo can get another one.

In the cage, the actor makes faces, swings around,

and draws a huge crowd. He then crawls across a

partition and atop the lion’s cage, infuriating the
animal. But the actor stays in character—until he

loses his grip and falls into the lion’s cage.

Terrified, the actor shouts, “Help! Help me!” Too

late. The lion pounces, opens 


its massive jaws, and whispers, “Shut up! Do you

want to get us both fired?!”

________

Military Pranks Are Scarier Than Bombs

The military has a long, proud tradition of pranking

recruits. Here are some favorites:

• Instructed a private in the mess hall to look for

left-handed spatulas

• Sent a recruit to medical-supplies office in search

of fallopian tubes

• Had a new guy conduct a 


“boom test” on a howitzer by yelling “Boom!” down

the tube in order to “calibrate” it
• Ordered a private to bring back 


a five-gallon can of dehydrated water (in fact, the

sergeant just wanted an empty water can)

SMILE

ARCDIOCESE

JESUS STILL SPEAKS THE INVITATION

"FOLLOW ME."

Pray for the strength and the grace of discernment if

you feel He is calling you to be an ordained or

consecrated person.

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

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.

KOLBE EUCHARISTIC MINI-RETREAT

Join us for The Year of Mercy

Sat July 2 at St. Brigid’s Church, 300 Wolverleigh Blvd.

from 2 to 4:30PM. Besides Eucharistic adoration, prayer,

and praise and worship, Fr. Dominic Borg OCD will give an

inspiring talk on “His mercies are new every morning”.

See www.kolbeapostolate.com for more information.

THE MISSION SUPPORT GROUP OF

SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH

Invites you to join us on our Pilgrimage to

Canadian Shrine of St. Therese Church, Niagara

Falls, Ont.,

JULY 16 , 2016

This Pilgrimage will help us deepen our Love and
Faith in God and strengthen our Peace and Unity

throughout our religious life in serving the Lord.
7:15 am sharp—Pick up passengers at Saint John

XXlll; Leave Toronto 7:30AM; Cherry Avenue Farm

9AM; Niagara Falls Floral Clock 10:30AM; early

Lunch break 11:30AM; Niagara Falls View Canada

12PM; Outlet Mall Canada 3PM; St. Therese Shrine

Mass w/ Carmelite Sisters, Celebration Mount

Carmel Feast; Toronto home bound 4PM. FARE:

$25.00/ person and payment due asap to secure

seats.

For Reservation: Ahme Sanchez, 647-878-2534;

Benjie Romero, 416-696-6133; Femi Barrera:

647-881-1617

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O

ptional  Memorial—The  First  Martyrs  of  the

Holy  Roman Church:  Thursday, June  30:  There

were  Christians  in  Rome  within  a  dozen  or  so

years after the death of Jesus, though they were

not the converts of the “Apostle of the Gentiles”

(Romans  15:20).  Paul  had  not  yet  visited  them

at  the  time  he  wrote  his  great  letter  in  57-58

A.D.

There  was  a  large  Jewish  population  in  Rome.

Probably  as  a  result  of  controversy  between

Jews  and  Jewish  Christians,  the  Emperor

Claudius  expelled  all Jews  from  Rome  in  49-50

A.D.  Suetonius  the  historian  says  that  the

expulsion  was  due  to  disturbances  in  the  city

“caused  by  the  certain  Chrestus”  [Christ].

Perhaps many came back after Claudius’s death

in  54  A.D.  Paul’s  letter  was  addressed  to  a

Church with members from Jewish and Gentile

backgrounds.

In July of 64 A.D., more than half of Rome was

destroyed by fire. Rumour blamed the tragedy

on  the  Emperor  Nero,  who  wanted  to  enlarge

his palace. He shifted the blame by accusing the

Christians.  According  to  the  historian  Tacitus,

many Christians  were  put  to  death  because  of

their  “hatred  of  the  human  race.”  Peter  and

Paul were probably among the victims.

Threatened by an army revolt and condemned

to death by the senate, Nero committed suicide

in 68 A.D. at the age of 31.

Comment:  Wherever  the  Good  News  of  Jesus

was  preached,  it  met  the  same  opposition  as

Jesus  did,  and  many  of  those  who  began  to

follow  him  shared  his  suffering  and  death.  But

no  human  force  could  stop  the  power  of  the

Spirit  unleashed  upon  the  world. The  blood  of

martyrs  has  always  been,  and  will  always  be,

the seed of Christians.

Quote:  Pope  Clement  I,  third  successor  of  St.

Peter, writes: “It was through envy and jealousy

that the greatest and most upright pillars of the

Church  were  persecuted  and  struggled  unto

death....  First  of  all,  Peter,  who  because  of

unreasonable jealousy suffered not merely once

or twice but many times, and, having thus given

his  witness,  went  to  the  place  of  glory  that  he

deserved.  It  was  through  jealousy  and  conflict

that  Paul  showed  the  way  to  the  prize  for

perseverance. He was put in chains seven times,

sent into exile, and stoned; a herald both in the

east and the west, he achieved a noble fame by

his faith….”

“Around  these  men  with  their  holy  lives  there

are  gathered  a  great  throng  of  the  elect,  who,

though  victims  of  jealousy,  gave  us  the  finest

example  of  endurance  in  the  midst  of  many

indignities  and  tortures.  Through  jealousy

women  were  tormented,  like  Dirce  or  the

daughters  of  Danaus,  suffering  terrible  and

unholy acts of violence. But they courageously

finished  the  course  of  faith  and  despite  their

bodily weakness won a noble prize.”

Feast of the Week

STREET PATROL

Every Wednesday in July & August – 6:30 p.m. Meet on

the steps of St. Patrick’s Church

131 McCaul St., Toronto

Street Patrol is a 2-3 hour walk through the downtown

streets of Toronto, offering food and friendship to the

homeless. Food and drinks are donated and prepared by

the participants ahead of the evening. We are now

accepting bookings for groups of 12 people or more.

Individuals need not book in advance. Please see website

for more information.

CONTACT: Lucio EMAIL: inmylife@rogers.com


PHONE: 416-738-9197 WEB: http://bit.ly/streetpatrol

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The 1st Reading: In this 1 Kings 19:16-21; Psalm

16:1-2, 5, 7-11; Galatians 5:1,13-18; Luke 9:51-62

In  this  week’s  First  Reading,  Elijah's  disciple  is

allowed  to  kiss  his  parents  goodbye  before

setting out to follow the prophet's call.

But  we  are  called  to  follow  a  greater  prophet

than  Elijah,  this  week’s  Liturgy  wants  us  to

know.

In Baptism, we have put on the cloak of Christ,

are  called  to  the  house  of  a  new  Father,  and

have been given a new family in the kingdom of

God. We  have  been  called  to  leave  behind  our

past  lives  and  never  look  back—to  follow

wherever He leads.

Elijah  was  taken  up  in  a  whirlwind  and  his

disciple was given a double portion of his spirit

(see 2 Kings 2:9-15).

Jesus  too,  the  Gospel  reminds  us,  was  "taken

up"  (see  Acts  1:2,11,22),  and  He  gave  us  His

Spirit to live by, to guide us in our journey in His

kingdom.

As  this  week’s  Epistle  tells  us,  the  call  of Jesus

shatters the yoke of every servitude, sets us free

from  the  rituals  of  the  old  Law,  shows  us  the

Law's  fulfillment  in  the  following  of  Jesus,  in

serving one another through love.

His call sets our hands to a new plow, a new task

—to be His messengers, sent ahead to prepare

all  peoples  to  meet  Him  and  enter  into  His

Kingdom.

Elijah  called  down  fire  to  consume  those  who

wouldn't accept God (see 2 Kings 1:1-16). But we

have a different Spirit with us.

To  live  by  His  Spirit  is  to  face  opposition  and

rejection,  as  the  Apostles  do  in  this  week’s

Gospel. It is to feel like an exile, with no lasting

city (see Hebrews 13:14), no place in this world

to lay our head or call home.

But  we  hear  the  voice  of  the One  we  follow  in

this  week’s  Psalm  (see  Acts  2:25-32;  13:35-37).

He calls us to make His faith our own—to abide

in confidence that He will not abandon us, that

He will show us "the path to life," leading us to

the fullness of joy in His presence forever.

“…Jesus Set His Face To Go To Jerusalem

St Luke

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

ON MARRIAGE

UPCOMING YOUTH EVENTS

Next Life Teen Night: Canada Day Social

Friday, July 1, 2016 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in

the Parish Hall.

We will be making breakfast for dinner

followed by fireworks! Don’t forget to

bring a friend.

Steubenville 2016

SJ23YM senior level will be attending

Steubenville this summer from July

22-24, 2016. Cost for attending is $20/

teen.

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.

YOUTH MINISTRY

Question
I'm thinking about obtaining an annulment from my
previous marriage. My current marriage was before
a justice of the peace. My husband and I would like
to be married in the Catholic Church. My husband is
a  Presbyterian  and  I  am Catholic.  Does  he  have  to
become  a  Catholic  in  order  to  be  married  in  the
Catholic  Church?  Will  he  also  have  to  have  his
previous  marriage  annulled  before  he  is  married  in
the Catholic Church?
Answer
It  will  be  necessary  for  both  of  your  previous
marriages  to  be  declared  null  before  you  can  have
your current marriage blessed (convalidated) in the
Church.  Permission  is  required  for  a  Catholic  to
marry  a  non-Catholic,  but  there  is  no  requirement
for the non-Catholic party to become Catholic.

The Catechism speaks to couples in a situation such
as  yours  and  encourages  you  to  seek  forgiveness
and  live  chastely:  "If  the  divorced  are  remarried
civilly,  they  find  themselves  in  a  situation  that
objectively  contravenes  God’s  law.  Consequently,
they cannot receive eucharistic Communion as long
as this situation persists. . . . Reconciliation through
the  sacrament  of  penance  can  be  granted  only  to
those  who  have  repented  for  having  violated  the
sign  of  the  covenant  and  of  fidelity  to  Christ  and
who  are  committed  to  living  in  complete
continence" (CCC 1650).

Question
I  am  in  the  midst  of  a  divorce  I  believe  could  be
avoided  with  counselling,  but  my  wife  is  moving
toward  the  divorce  with  no  second  thoughts.  Is  it
wrong for me to sign divorce papers? If I don't, she
can  still  divorce  me,  but  we  would  have  to  go
through a trial, and that would ruin me financially.
Answer
Civil divorce has no effect on the indissolubility of a
valid marriage. The Church permits civil divorce only
for the equitable division of property that has been
held  in  common.  If  not  signing  the  divorce  papers
will not prevent the divorce, then refusing to do so
might be only a waste of time and money. You are
not  obliged  to  incur  financial  ruin  in  order  to  avoid
signing divorce papers.

Question
I  am  marrying  a  Catholic  man,  but  I  am  not
baptized. I believe in Jesus, and I want to conform to
the  Catholic  faith  so  that  we  can  have  a  Catholic
wedding, but I’m not sure if I should.
Answer
To have a Catholic wedding, all that is necessary is
for your fiancé to receive a dispensation to marry a
non-Christian. He will have to make some promises
that  you  will  be  made  aware  of,  but  his  priest  can
provide those necessary details.

If  by  conform  to  the  Catholic  faith  you  mean  to
become  a Catholic,  I  hope  that  you  will  make  that
choice  for  the  right  reasons.  The  desire  for  a
Catholic  wedding  would  not  be  sufficient  reason.
Jesus  established  the Catholic Church  as  necessary
for salvation and he desires that everyone become a
part of it.   How about becoming a Catholic for that
reason?

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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.