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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

161. Why is the Church one?

The Church is one because she has as her source and
exemplar  the  unity  of  the Trinity  of  Persons  in  one
God.  As  her  Founder  and  Head,  Jesus  Christ  re-
established the unity of all people in one body. As her
soul,  the  Holy  Spirit  unites  all  the  faithful  in
communion  with  Christ.  The  Church  has  but  one
faith, one sacramental life, one apostolic succession,
one common hope, and one and the same charity.

162. Where does the one Church of Christ subsist?

The  one  Church  of  Christ,  as  a  society  constituted
and  organized  in  the  world,  subsists  in  (subsistit  in)
the  Catholic  Church,  governed  by  the  Successor  of
Peter and the bishops in communion with him. Only
through  this  Church  can  one  obtain  the  fullness  of
the means of salvation since the Lord has entrusted
all  the  blessings  of  the  New  Covenant  to  the
apostolic college alone whose head is Peter.

164. How does one commit oneself to work for the

unity of Christians?

The  desire  to  restore  the  unity  of  all Christians  is  a
gift  from  Christ  and  a  call  of  the  Spirit. This  desire
involves  the  entire  Church  and  it  is  pursued  by
conversion  of  heart,  prayer,  fraternal  knowledge  of
each other and theological dialogue.

165. In what way is the Church holy?

The Church  is  holy  insofar  as  the  Most  Holy God  is
her  author.  Christ  has  given  himself  for  her  to
sanctify her and make her a source of sanctification.
The  Holy  Spirit  gives  her  life  with  charity.  In  the
Church  one  finds  the  fullness  of  the  means  of
salvation.  Holiness  is  the  vocation  of  each  of  her
members  and  the  purpose  of  all  her  activities. The
Church counts among her members the Virgin Mary
and  numerous  Saints  who  are  her  models  and
intercessors.  The  holiness  of  the  Church  is  the
fountain  of  sanctification  for  her  children  who  here
on  earth  recognize  themselves  as  sinners  ever  in
need of conversion and purification.

166. Why is the Church called “Catholic”?

The  Church  is  catholic,  that  is  universal,  insofar  as
Christ is present in her: “Where there is Christ Jesus,
there  is  the  Catholic  Church”  (Saint  Ignatius  of
Antioch). The Church proclaims the fullness and the

totality  of  the  faith;  she  bears  and  administers  the
fullness of the means of salvation; she is sent out by
Christ on a mission to the whole of the human race.

168. Who belongs to the Catholic Church?

All  human  beings  in  various  ways  belong  to  or  are
ordered  to  the Catholic  unity  of  the  people  of God.
Fully incorporated into the Catholic Church are those
who, possessing the Spirit of Christ, are joined to the
Church  by  the  bonds  of  the  profession  of  faith,  the
sacraments,  ecclesiastical  government  and
communion.  The  baptized  who  do  not  enjoy  full
Catholic  unity  are  in  a  certain,  although  imperfect,
communion with the Catholic Church.

169. What is the relationship of the Catholic

Church with the Jewish people?

The Catholic Church recognizes a particular link with
the  Jewish  people  in  the  fact  that God  chose  them
before  all  others  to  receive  his Word. To  the Jewish
people  belong  “the  sonship,  the  glory,  the
covenants,  the  giving  of  the  law,  the  worship,  the
promises,  and  the  patriarchs;  and  of  their  race,
according to the flesh, is the Christ” (Romans 9:4, 5).
The Jewish faith, unlike other non-Christian religions,
is already a response to the revelation of God in the
Old Covenant.

170. What is the bond that exists between the

Catholic Church and non-Christian religions?

There  is  a  bond  between  all  peoples  which  comes
especially  from  the  common  origin  and  end  of  the
entire  human  race. The  Catholic  Church  recognizes
that  whatever  is  good  or  true  in  other  religions
comes  from God  and  is  a  reflection  of  his  truth. As
such it can prepare for the acceptance of the Gospel
and act as a stimulus toward the unity of humanity in
the Church of Christ.

172. Why must the Church proclaim the Gospel to

the whole world?

The Church must do so because Christ has given the
command:  “Go  therefore  and  make  disciples  of  all
nations,  baptizing  them  in  the  name  of  the  Father
and  of  the  Son  and  of  the  Holy  Spirit”  (Matthew
28:19). This  missionary  mandate  of  the  Lord  has  its
origin in the eternal love of God who has sent his Son
and the Holy Spirit because “he desires all men to be
saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (1
Timothy 2:4).

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MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, June 6, 7PM: CANCELLED
Tues, June 7, 9AM: +Fr Joseph Gjuran
Wed, June 8, 7PM: +Dolores Bautista
Thurs, June 9, 9AM: +Leonard Tolentino
Fri, June 10, 7PM: Intention of Maria

DeManche

Sat, June 11, 9AM: +Emerenciam Quiambao

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Saturday, June 11

5:15PM: +Antonietta Cimone

Sunday, June 12

9AM: +Pedro Torrena & Leonora Pellgar

12:15PM: Thanksgiving for Katherine

5:30PM: The Parishioners

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

NOVENA TO ST ANTHONY

Saturday, June 4 to Sunday, June 12.

Novena prayers will be recited on

Wednesday and Friday at 6.45PM before Mass.

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8.45AM before Mass

Sundays @ 4.45PM.

Feast Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, June 15 @ 7PM

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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From School to China

Teacher: Who answers my next

question, can go home.

One boy throws his bag out the

window.

Teacher: Who just threw that?

Boy: Me and I’m going home now.

Teacher: What exactly is MATH?

Girl: Mental Abuse To Humans

“In the beginning, God created the

heaven and the earth….” After that,

everything else was Made in China.

SMILE

ARCDIOCESE

“O GOD,

From whom all good things come, grant that
we, who call on you in our need, may at your

prompting discern what is right, and by your

guidance do it.”

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

TAIZE PRAYER SERVICE

Sunday, June 12, 3:30 pm

St. Paul's Basilica

83 Power St., Toronto

St. Paul's Basilica Parish invites you to

meditative scripture-based prayer and music in

the Taize tradition. Meditation: Compelled by

the Spirit. Join us in contemplating the

presence of the Holy Spirit through song,

scripture and silence. All are welcome. Social to

follow. RSVPs appreciated.

CONTACT: St. Paul Taize Prayer Group at

stpaultaize@gmail.com PHONE:

416-364-7588

WEB: http://stpaulsbasilicaparish.com/

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.

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MemorialSaturday,  June  11:  Barnabas,  a  Jew

of Cyprus, comes as close as anyone outside the

Twelve  to  being  a  full-fledged  apostle.  He  was

closely  associated  with St.  Paul  (he  introduced

Paul to Peter and the other apostles) and served

as  a  kind  of  mediator  between  the  former

persecutor  and  the  still  suspicious  Jewish

Christians.

When  a  Christian  community  developed  at

Antioch,  Barnabas  was  sent  as  the  official

representative  of  the  Church  of  Jerusalem  to

incorporate  them  into  the  fold.  He  and  Paul

instructed in Antioch for a year, after which they

took relief contributions to Jerusalem.

Later,  Paul  and  Barnabas,  now  clearly  seen  as

charismatic  leaders,  were  sent  by  Antioch

officials  to  preach  to  the  Gentiles.  Enormous

success crowned their efforts. After a miracle at

Lystra,  the  people  wanted  to  offer  sacrifice  to

them as gods—Barnabas being Zeus, and Paul,

Hermes—but the two said, “We are of the same

nature  as  you,  human  beings.  We  proclaim  to

you good news that you should turn from these

idols to the living God” (see Acts 14:8-18).

But  all  was  not  peaceful.  They  were  expelled

from one town, they had to go to Jerusalem to

clear  up  the  ever-recurring  controversy  about

circumcision  and  even  the  best  of  friends  can

have  differences.  When  Paul  wanted  to  revisit

the  places  they  had  evangelized,  Barnabas

wanted  to  take  along  John  Mark,  his  cousin,

author of the Gospel (April 25), but Paul insisted

that,  since  Mark  had  deserted  them  once,  he

was not fit to take along now. The disagreement

that  followed  was  so  sharp  that  Barnabas  and

Paul  separated,  Barnabas  taking  Mark  to

Cyprus,  Paul  taking  Silas  to  Syria.  Later,  they

were reconciled—Paul, Barnabas and Mark.

When Paul stood up to Peter for not eating with

Gentiles for fear of his Jewish friends, we learn

that  “even  Barnabas  was  carried  away  by  their

hypocrisy” (see Galatians 2:1-13).

Story: Barnabas is mentioned by name as one of

the  generous  members  of  the  idyllic  and

extremely  poor  Church  in  Jerusalem:  "The

community  of  believers  was  of  one  heart  and

mind,  and  no  one  claimed  that  any  of  his

possessions  was  his  own,  but  they  had

everything in common. . . . There was no needy

person  among  them,  for  those  who  owned

property  or  houses  would  sell  them,  bring  the

proceeds of the sale, and put them at the feet of

the apostles, and they were distributed to each

according to need.

"Thus  Joseph,  also  named  by  the  apostles

Barnabas  (which  is  translated  'son  of

encouragement.),  a  Levite,  a  Cypriot  by  birth,

sold  a  pieace  of  property  that  he  owned,  then

broguht the moeny and put it at the feet of the

apostles" (Acts 4:32, 34-37).

Comment: Barnabas is spoken of simply as one

who  dedicated  his  life  to  the  Lord.  He  was  a

man  "filled  with  the  Holy  Spirit  and  faith.

Thereby  large  numbers  were  added  to  the

Lord."  Even  when  he  and  Paul  were  expelled

from  Antioch  in  Pisidia  (modern-day  Turkey),

they were "filled with joy and the Holy Spirit."

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The  1st  Reading:  1  Kings  17-17-24;  Psalms  30:

4-6,11-13; Gal 1:11-19; Luke 7:11-17

Jesus  in  today’s  Gospel  meets  a  funeral

procession coming out of the gates of the town

of Nain. Unlike when he raised Jairus’ daughter

(Mark  5)  or  Lazarus  (John  11),  no  one  requests

his  assistance.  Moved  by  compassion  for  the

widow  who  had  lost  her  only  son,  Jesus  steps

forward  and,  laying  his  hand  on  the  bier,

commands him to arise.

The  onlookers  were  reminded  of  the  story  of

Elijah  in  the  first  reading  who  raised  the  dead

child of the widow of Zarephath and “gave him

[back] to his mother.”   They proclaimed that “a

great prophet has arisen in our midst.”

Jesus of course is more than a prophet; he is the

ruler  over  life  and  death.  In  the  Mosaic  law,

contact  with  a  dead  body  renders  an  Israelite

unclean  for  a  week  (Numbers  19:11-19).  Jesus’

touch and word reverses that; instead of being

defiled by contact with death, he gave life.

Like  the  physical  healings  that  he  performed,

Jesus’ raising people from the dead is a sign of

the Messiah’s arrival (Luke 7:22).   But it is more

than that; these healings are visible signs of the

awakening  and  liberating  of  men  from  the

spiritual death caused by sin (see Mark 2:1-12).

The Church  Fathers  return  to  this  theme  again

and  again.  St.  Ambrose  writes,  “the  widow

signifies Mother Church, weeping for those who

are dead in sin and carried beyond the safety of

her gates. The multitudes looking on will praise

the Lord when sinners rise again from death and

are restored to their mother.”

When we are dead in sin, it is the outstretched

hand  and  the  words  of  Christ  spoken  by  his

priest  that  raise  us  from  spiritual  death  and

restore  us  to  the  arms  of  our  mother,  the

Church. With the Psalmist, then, we can sing “I

will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me.

You brought me up from the nether world; you

preserved  me  from  those  going  down  into  the

pit."

“Young Man, I Say To You, Rise.

JESUS

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received  into  it  after  baptism  .  .  .  and  the
other  of  whom  is  enrolled  in  a  Church  or
ecclesial  community  not  in  full  communion
with the Catholic Church. (CIC 1124)

That  said,  the  Church  does  allow  bishops  to  grant
permission for such marriages provided the following
conditions are met:

•The Catholic party is to declare that he

or  she  is  prepared  to  remove  dangers  of
defecting  from  the  faith  and  is  to  make  a
sincere promise to do all in his or her power
so  that  all  offspring  are  baptized  and
brought up in the Catholic Church.

•The other party is to be informed at an

appropriate  time  about  the  promises  that
the Catholic party is to make, in such a way
that it is certain that he or she is truly aware
of the promise and obligation of the Catholic
party.

•Both parties are to be instructed about

the  purposes  and  essential  properties  of
marriage,  which  neither  of  the  contracting
parties is to exclude. (CIC 1125)

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 Edge Night: Visual Map of Psalm 23

Fri, June 10 from 7-9pm in the Parish hall.

We will be mapping out Psalm 23 to familiarize

ourselves with the psalm: the Lord is our Shepherd.

Steubenville 2016

SJ23YM senior level will be attending Steubenville

this summer from July 22-24, 2016.

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

Question

Does the church frown upon interracial marriages?

Answer

Marriage  is  allowed  between  any  eligible  man  and
any  eligible  woman—race  is  not  an  obstacle  as  all
races  are  equal  in  the  eyes  of God. The Catechism
states:

Created in the image of the one God and
equally  endowed  with  rational  souls,  all
men have the same nature and the same
origin.  Redeemed  by  the  sacrifice  of
Christ, all are called to participate in the
same  divine  beatitude:  All  therefore
enjoy an equal dignity. (CCC 1934)

Question

Does  a  baptized  Catholic  who  has  received  first
confession  and  First  Communion  need  to  be
confirmed to be married in the Catholic Church?

Answer

While  it  is  not  an  absolute  requirement  that
Catholics  be  confirmed  before  they  are  married  in
the  Church,  confirmation  before  marriage  is
something  the Church  strongly  urges. The Code  of
Canon Law states:

Catholics  who  have  not  yet  received  the
sacrament of confirmation are to receive
it  before  being  admitted  to  marriage,  if
this  can  be  done  without  grave
inconvenience. (CIC 1065)

Question

When  a  Catholic  wishes  to  marry  a  non-Catholic,
does  the  couple  need  to  promise  to  raise  their
children as Catholic in order to be married by a priest
in the Church?

Answer

The Code of Canon Law states:

A marriage between two persons, one of
whom  has  been  baptized  in  the Catholic
Church  or  received  into  it  .  .  .  and  the
other of whom is not baptized, is invalid.
(CIC  1086)  A  marriage  is  prohibited
between  two  baptized  persons  of  whom
one is baptized in the Catholic Church or
received into it after baptism . . . and the
other of whom is enrolled in a Church or

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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.