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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Hayde Ayala 

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. Wkdys 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
Adoration Chapel
.

Anointing of the Sick
At any time by appointment. In case of emergency,
please ask hospital for Catholic priest.

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
Head Office: 416-733-8544

SACRAMENT OF

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

Registration is THIS month of Oct 2016.

Families of grade 2 candidates (also grds 3-8) please

call office for appointment with Fr Simon.

Cost of materials is $12.

Copy of Baptismal Certificate required if not

Baptized @ StJXXIII

WORLD MISSION

SUNDAY 2016

This Year World Mission Sunday

will take place next Sunday,

October 23rd.

Parishes worldwide will celebrate

this unique Sunday, every Catholic

across the world will have the

opportunity to join in as brothers

and sisters, with prayer and

financial support for the poor and

emerging church.

World Mission Sunday is a world-

wide sign of the Universal Church

and your donation will help provide

emergency aid when disaster

strikes, care for refugees in war

torn countries;

also, rural and health clinics and

transportation for priests,

catechists and religious and lay

pastoral workers.

Please join the Universal Church's

efforts to share with justice and

fraternity amongst all the Dioceses

in the world.

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

PART TWO—THE CELEBRATION OF THE

CHRISTIAN MYSTERY

THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS OF THE CHURCH

THE SACRAMENT OF THE EUCHARIST

271. What is the Eucharist?

The  Eucharist  is  the  very  sacrifice  of  the  Body  and
Blood  of  the  Lord  Jesus  which  he  instituted  to
perpetuate the sacrifice of the cross throughout the
ages until his return in glory. Thus he entrusted to his
Church this memorial of his death and Resurrection.
It  is  a  sign  of  unity,  a  bond  of  charity,  a  paschal
banquet,  in  which  Christ  is  consumed,  the  mind  is
filled with grace, and a pledge of future glory is given
to us.

272. When did Jesus Christ institute the Eucharist?

Jesus instituted the Eucharist on Holy Thursday “the
night  on  which  he  was  betrayed”  (1  Corinthians
11:23),  as  he  celebrated  the  Last  Supper  with  his
apostles.

273. How did he institute the Eucharist?

After  he  had  gathered  with  his  apostles  in  the
Cenacle, Jesus  took  bread  in  his  hands.  He  broke  it
and gave it to them saying, “Take this and eat it, all
of  you;  this  is  my  Body  which  will  be  given  up  for
you”. Then, he took the cup of wine in his hands and
said, “Take this and drink of this, all of you. This is the
cup  of  my  Blood,  the  Blood  of  the  new  and
everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for
all so that sins may be forgive. Do this in memory of
me”.

274. What does the Eucharist represent in the life

of the Church?

It is the source and summit of all Christian life. In the
Eucharist, the sanctifying action of God in our regard
and  our  worship  of  him  reach  their  high  point.  It
contains  the  whole  spiritual  good  of  the  Church,
Christ  himself,  our  Pasch.  Communion  with  divine
life  and  the  unity  of  the  People  of  God  are  both
expressed  and  effected  by  the  Eucharist.  Through
the  eucharistic  celebration  we  are  united  already
with the liturgy of heaven and we have a foretaste of
eternal life.

275. What are the names for this sacrament?

The  unfathomable  richness  of  this  sacrament  is
expressed in different names which evoke its various
aspects.  The  most  common  names  are:  the
Eucharist,  Holy  Mass,  the  Lord’s  Supper,  the
Breaking  of  the  Bread,  the  Eucharistic  Celebration,
the Memorial of the passion, death and Resurrection
of  the  Lord,  the  Holy Sacrifice,  the  Holy  and  Divine
Liturgy,  the  Sacred  Mysteries,  the  Most  Holy
Sacrament of the Altar, and Holy Communion.

276. Where does the Eucharist fit in the divine plan

of salvation?

The  Eucharist  was  foreshadowed  in  the  Old
Covenant  above  all  in  the  annual  Passover  meal
celebrated  every  year  by  the  Jews  with  unleavened
bread  to  commemorate  their  hasty,  liberating
departure  from  Egypt.  Jesus  foretold  it  in  his
teaching and he instituted it when he celebrated the
Last Supper with his apostles in a Passover meal. The
Church,  faithful  to  the  command  of  her  Lord,  “Do
this  in  memory  of  me”  (1  Corinthians  11:24),  has
always  celebrated  the  Eucharist,  especially  on
Sunday, the day of the Resurrection of Jesus.

CELEBRATE YOUR MARRIAGE

WITH A WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE

ENCOUNTER WEEKEND!

Celebrate your love and take a fresh look at your

marriage! Spend a very special weekend together. A

Weekend of discovery…a lifetime of love!

Worldwide Marriage Encounter is a weekend getaway

that helps married couples rediscover themselves as

individuals and as a couple. The Weekend format helps

couples communicate openly and honestly without group

sharing, therapy or marriage counselling.

Upcoming Weekend: October 21-23, 2016 (Queen of

Apostles Renewal Centre, Mississauga)

Info: please go to www.wwme.org or contact:

Gerard & Marge McCauley at gerard.marge@rogers.com

or (905) 792-1925.

WOMEN’S FALL RETREAT

At Queen of Apostles Renewal Centre in Mississauga for

the weekend of OCTOBER 21-23.

The theme for the retreat will be “The Road to God is

Mercy”. The Centre team will preach retreat. Info/or

Registration call: 905-278-5229.

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MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, Oct 17, 7PM: Recovery of Jean Boulby
Tues, Oct 18, 9AM: +Dioscoro Vasquez
Wed, Oct 19, 7PM: +Moises Aglipay
Thurs, Oct 20, 9AM: Wdd Anv of Ricky & Aileen
Fri, Oct 21, 7PM: +Editha Vitasa

Sat, Oct 22, 9AM: +Khaliv Palarca

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Saturday, Oct 22

5:15PM: The Parishioners

Sunday, Oct 23

9AM: +Eduardo Damasco Perlas

12:15PM: +Honorata Quinto

5:30PM: +Lucilo Rojas

PARISH

CHALICE CHILDREN COLLECTION

Next Collection—Sun, Oct 30: Goal: $2,220.

Payment is made in May of each year for

following 12 months.

Total to Date: $232.00

YOUTH CHOIR

Rehearsals—Sat @ 10AM.

Grade 9 & Up: Sing 2

nd

& 3

rd

Sun of Month:

5:30PM Mass

CHILDREN’S CHOIR

Grade 1 — Grade 8

Inf. Amy: 647-878-2534; Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sun @

5:30PM Mass

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Oct 15—Friday, Oct 21

Sanctuary Tabernacle: Crosbie Family

Chapel Tabernacle: +Joanne Commisiong

“FORMED”

Want to watch a movie on a

saint’s life? Hear an inspiriting

audio on spirituality?

Teach your children the faith

through video? You can do all this

via computer, smart phone, tablet
or internet tv. Go to “formed.org.;

input our parish access code:

MRFX27; fill out your profile and

password. Bang! You’re into the

site.

HIGHLIGHTED FOR OCTOBER

Go To Movies:

Biographies, Watch The Movie On

John XXIII

Excellent

Go To Audio:

Featured, Listen To

Praying The Rosary Like Never

Before”.

Lives Up To It’s Name

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER/

DANCE

Save This Date

What: CWL Annual Christmas Dinner &

Dance

When: Saturday, November 26, 2016

Time: From 6:30 PM until 12:30 AM

Where: Leaside Community Memorial

Gardens

1073 Millwood Rd, Toronto, M4G 1X6


Cost: $25: includes music, food, raffles

& dancing.

Attire: Semi-Formal

Info: Lynda Caratao 416-951-9907,

Elaine Shaver 647-713-1198 or Merilyn

Baldemor 416-571-1077

Ample parking available at no

additional cost.

SACRAMENT OF

CONFIRMATION

Enrolment

Next Sun, October 23 @ 12:15PM Mass

Session 1

Wednesday, October 26 @ 7:30PM

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

Enrolment

Sunday, November 6 @ 12:15PM

First Test

Month of November

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SMILE

ARCHDIOCESE

GOD WILL ANSWER THE PRAYERS

OF THOSE WHO CRY OUT.

Ask for men and women to respond to the call to service

as priests and religious.

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

PILGRIMAGE TOUR TO ITALY & SICILY

October 16 to 29

Under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Jan Kolodynski, Pastor

of St. Jerome's Church in Brampton, Ontario. This

pilgrimage will include visiting St. Peter's Basilica in Rome

during this Extraordinary Holy Year of Mercy and passing

through the Holy Doors.

The itinerary can be picked up from our parish office or

downloaded from our website:

www.stjerome.archtoronto.org

For additional information please CONTACT: Maria at QS

Travel & Tours PHONE: 905-412-2242 or 1-800-565-3619

103 Years Old

A reporter was interviewing a 103 year-old woman: "And

what do you think is the best thing about being 103?" The

reporter asked.


She replied, "No peer pressure."


Elderly Couple

An elderly couple go to church one Sunday. 


Halfway through the service, the wife leans over and

whispers in her husband's ear, "I've just let out a silent fart.

What do you think I should do?"


The husband replies, "Put a new battery in your hearing

aid.”

VOCATION

KOLBE KNOW YOUR FAITH SERIES:

Salvation History

7:00 pm

Tuesdays, October 18, 25, November 1, 15, 22, December

6, 13 – 7 to 9 p.m. Holy Cross Parish Hall; 291 Cosburn Ave.,


OR


Saturdays, October 22, 29, November 5, 19, 26, December

10, 17 - 9:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. Blessed Trinity Parish Hall


3220 Bayview Ave., Toronto.

COST: $15 includes weekly handouts

www.kolbeapostolate.com

COME AND SEE 

WEEKEND

 Friday, Nov. 4 to Sunday, Nov. 

6, St. Augustine’s Seminary.  

Inviting single Catholic men 18 

years and older, to cultivate a 

deeper prayer life and 

relationship with Jesus Christ; 
leading to a better discernment 

of God’s call for their lives. 

Time for prayer, reflection and 

information on the process of 

becoming one of Christ’s 

disciples as a Catholic priest. 

Please contact (the Parish 

Priest ) or the Office of 

Vocations at: 416 968 0997; 
vocations@archtoronto.org      

www.vocationstoronto.ca

NEW BEGINNINGS RETREAT

Saturday, October 22, 10:00 am

St. Roch's Church, 2889 Islington Ave., Toronto

All are welcome to attend a New Beginnings Retreat, led

by Fr. Fred Scinto, CR and the New Beginnings team. The

theme is "Getting Started and Remaining on the Healing

Journey." The retreat will include prayer and reflection as

well as some practical input and take-home material

REGISTRATION: 416-921-1163, ext. 2227

PALLIATIVE CARE: WHAT CATHOLICS

SHOULD KNOW

Sunday, October 30 @ 2:00 pm

Blessed Trinity Church

3220 Bayview Ave., North York

Palliative care improves quality of life of people living with

serious illness and includes informed consent, pain

management, nutrition/hydration, comfort measures. It is
important to understand Church teaching regarding these

issues and be informed of your rights as a patient. Dr.

Nisha Fernandes and Dr. Irene D'Souza will present an

overview of palliative care and address concerns at end-

of-life.

CONTACT: Terry McDermott, RN, Parish Nurse PHONE:

416-226-0262, ext. 8 EMAIL: btparishnurse@gmail.com

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Memorial—St John  Paul  II,  Pope: Sat, Oct  21:  Pope John
Paul  II  was  born  Karol  Józef Wojtyla  on  May  18,  1920,  in
Wadowice, Poland. He was ordained.
Rise within the Church:
John Paul spent two years in Rome where he finished his
doctorate in theology. He returned to his native Poland in
1948 and served in several parishes in and around Krakow.
John Paul became the bishop of Ombi in 1958 and then the
archbishop  of  Krakow  six  years  later.  Considered  one  of
the Catholic Church's  leading  thinkers,  he  participated  in
the Second Vatican Council—sometimes  called Vatican  II.
The  council  began  reviewing  church  doctrine  in  1962,
holding  several  sessions  over  the  course  of  the  next  few
years. As  a  member  of  the  council, John  Paul  helped  the
church to examine its position in the world. Well regarded
for his contributions to the church, John Paul was made a
cardinal in 1967 by Pope Paul VI.
Becoming Pope:
In 1978, John Paul made history by becoming the first non-
Italian pope in more than four hundred years. As the leader
of the Catholic Church, he traveled the world, visiting more
than  100  countries  to  spread  his  message  of  faith  and
peace.  But  he  was  close  to  home  when  he  faced  the
greatest  threat  to  his  life.  In  1981,  an  assassin  shot  John
Paul twice in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City. Fortunately,
he was able to recover from his injuries and later forgave
his attacker.
Legacy:
A vocal advocate for human rights, John Paul often spoke
out about suffering in the world. He held strong positions
on  many  topics,  including  his  opposition  to  capital
punishment.  A  charismatic  figure,  John  Paul  used  his
influence  to  bring  about  political  change  and  is  credited
with  the  fall  of  communism  in  his  native  Poland.  He  was
not  without  critics,  however.  Some  have  stated  that  he
could  be  harsh  with  those  who  disagreed  with  him  and
that  he  would  not  compromise  his  hard-line  stance  on
certain issues, such as contraception.
In his later years, John Paul's health appeared to be failing.
At  public  appearances,  he  moved  slowly  and  seemed
unsteady  on  his  feet.  He  also  visibly  trembled  at  times.
One  of  his  doctors  also  disclosed  that  John  Paul  had
Parkinson's  disease,  a  brain  disorder  often  characterized
by  shaking,  in  2001.  But  there  was  never  any  official
announcement about his illness from the Vatican.

John Paul II died on April 2, 2005, at the age of 84, at his
Vatican City residence. More than 3 million people waited
in line to say good-bye to their beloved religious leader at
St. Peter's Basilica before his funeral on April 8.

On July 5, 2013, waving the usual five-year waiting period,
the  Vatican  announced  that  the  Roman  Catholic  Church
would  declare  Pope  John  Paul  II  a  saint,  and  that  the
canonization ceremony would likely take place within the
next  16  months. The Vatican  also  stated  that  Pope  John

XXIII, who headed the Catholic Church from 1958 until his
death in 1963 and convened the Vatican II council, would
also be declared a saint.

On September 30, 2013, Pope Francis announced that the
canonizations  of  Pope  John  Paul  II  and  Pope  John  XXIII
would occur on April 27, 2014. The announcement of Pope
John Paul II's canonization came after the Vatican revealed
that two miracles were attributed to the late pope. After a
dying  French  nun,  Sister  Marie  Simon-Pierre  Normand,
prayed  to  Pope  John  Paul  II  during  her  battle  with
Parkinson's disease—the same illness that killed the pope
—she  was  cured. The  second  miracle  involved  a  50-year-
old  woman,  who  claimed  that  she  was  cured  of  a  brain
aneurysm after a photograph of Pope John Paul II spoke to
her.

The  official  sainthood  ceremony,  held  on  April  27,  2014,
brought together four popes. Pope Francis led the event to
elevate Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII to sainthood,
which  was  also  attended  by  Francis's  predecessor
Emeritus Pope Benedict.

Feast of the Week

Top 10 Quotes of StJPII:
1.“Faith and Reason are like two wings of the human spirit
by which it soars to the truth.”
2.“Do  not  abandon  yourselves  to  despair.  We  are  the
Easter people and Alleluia is our song.”
3.“Do not be afraid. Do not be satisfied with mediocrity.
Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.”
4.“I  plead  with  you!  Never,  ever  give  up  on  hope,  never
doubt, never tire, and never become discouraged. Be not
afraid.”
5.“The worst prison would be a closed heart.”
6.“A person’s rightful due is to be treated as an object of
love, not as an object for use.”
7.“As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the
whole world in which we live.”
8.“It  is  the  duty  of  every  man  to  uphold  the  dignity  of
every woman.”
9.“If He asks much of you, it is because He knows you can
give much.”
10.“Love  between  man  and  woman  cannot  be  built
without sacrifices and self-denial.”

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The Readings:

Exodus 17:8-13

Psalm 121:1-8

2 Timothy 3:14-4:2

Luke 18:1-8

The Lord is our guardian, beside us at our right

hand,  interceding  for  us  in  all  our  spiritual

battles.
In today's Psalm we're told to lift our eyes to the

mountains, that our help will come from Mount

Zion and the Temple—the dwelling of the Lord

who made heaven and earth.
Joshua  and  the  Israelites,  in  today's  First

Reading,  are  also  told  to  look  to  the  hilltops.

They  are  to  find  their  help  there—through  the

intercession  of  Moses—as  they  defend

themselves  against  their  mortal  foes,  the

Amalekites.
Notice  the  image:  Aaron  and  Hur  standing  on

each  side  of  Moses,  holding  his  weary  arms  so

that  he  can  raise  the  staff  of  God  above  his

head. Moses is being shown here as a figure of

Jesus, who also climbed a hilltop, and on Mount

Calvary  stretched  out  His  hands  between

heaven and earth to intercede for us against the

final enemy—sin and death

(see 1 Corinthians 15:26).

By  the  staff  of  God,  Moses  bested  Israel's

enemies

(see  Exodus  7:8-12;8:1-2)

,  parted  the  Red  Sea

(see  Exodus  14:16)

 and  brought  water  from  the  Rock

(see Exodus 17:6)

.

The  Cross  of  Jesus  is  the  new  staff  of  God,

bringing  about  a  new  liberation  from  sin,

bringing  forth  living  waters  from  the  body  of

Christ, the new Temple of God

(see John 2:19-21; 7:37-39;

19:34; 1 Corinthians 10:4)

.

Like  the  Israelites  and  the  widow  in  today's

Gospel,  we  face  opposition  and  injustice—at

times from godless and pitiless adversaries.

We, too, must lift our eyes to the mountains—to

Calvary and the God who will guard us from all

evil.

We must pray always and not be wearied by our

trials,  Jesus  tells  us  today.  As  Paul  exhorts  in

today's  Epistle,  we  need  to  remain  faithful,  to

turn to the inspired Scriptures—given by God to

train us in righteousness.
We must persist, so that when the Son of Man

comes again in kingly power, He will indeed find

faith on earth.

“Jesus Told The Disciples A Parable About Their Need

To Pray Always And Not To Loose Heart”

St Luke

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Question
The How can I pray the rosary better?
Full Question
When  I  pray  the  rosary,  I  can't  concentrate  on  the
mysteries  when  I  am  saying  the  Hail  Marys,  so
instead I pause and think of the mystery. If I try to do
both at the same time, I find it difficult. I wonder if I
am  doing  it  wrong.  Any  suggestions  you  have  that
could help me?
Answer
First,  it  is  not  unusual  to  become  distracted  during
prayer. When this happens one may try a number of
things—for  example,  praying  for  a  shorter  time  but
striving to be more focused as you pray. This might
mean that instead of the whole rosary you say only
one  decade  but  will  have  fewer  distractions  while
praying it. Then, little by little, lengthen the time. Be
sure to set aside a special time and place for prayer
so  that  you  will  not  feel  like  you  should  be  doing
something else.

Second,  it  is  not  wrong  to  have  a  special  time  of
meditation  during  the  rosary,  separate  from  saying
the  prayers.  In  fact,  this  seems  to  be  envisioned  as
the  normal  way  of  doing  it  in  Pope  Paul  VI’s  1974
apostolic exhortation on Marian devotion.

In it, he noted the various elements of the rosary and
then observed that each of them

has  its  own  particular  character  which,  wisely
understood and appreciated, should be reflected
in  the  recitation  in  order  that  the  rosary  may
express  all  its  richness  and  variety.  Thus  the
recitation will be grave and suppliant during the
Lord’s Prayer, lyrical and full of praise during the
tranquil succession of Hail Marys, contemplative
in  the  recollected  meditation  on  the  mysteries,
and full of adoration during the doxology.

(Marialis

Cultus, 50)

This seems to envision meditation on the mysteries
as  a  separate  element,  alongside  the  Lord’s  Prayer,
the Hail Mary, and the doxology (the "Glory Be"). He
characterizes the attitude displayed in the Hail Marys

as being "lyrical and full of praise" but the attitude as
"contemplative" in the meditation on the mysteries.
It  should  be  noted  that  Paul  VI  was  not  trying  to
establish one and only one way of saying the rosary,
but it seems that what you are doing is in line with
what he envisioned.

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FOR PARISH REVENUE

7 Day Vigil Lamps

To help with parish revenue the red vigil lamps for the altar
tabernacle and chapel tabernacle can be purchased for the

week beginning at the Sunday Vigil Mass for $20. The name

of the Family or Person for whom the Vigil Lamp is burning

will be placed in this bulletin every week.

It is possible for the parish to raise $1,5oo each year in this

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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.

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