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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.

(Wkds: Mon, Wed, Fri 7PM; Tues, Thurs, Sat 9AM)

Baptism
Baptisms are celebrated on the second Saturday of
the month at 11AM and third Sunday 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.  Or  see  Fr
Simon.

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

CATHOLIC MOM’S

GROUP MEET

This Coming Saturday,

May 6

10AM—12Noon

Our Mission

It’s simple: we want to remind

moms that motherhood is a

vocation— a call from God. It is

our hope to help women clarify

what it means to truly be a

Catholic mother. In these modern

times, motherhood has been

secularized.

Mothers have a unique and

particular role in their children’s

spiritual formation. Many

mothers do not know that a

mother’s prayers are

extraordinarily powerful. We

want to remind mothers that the

best parenting tool is prayer.

Motherhood is an opportunity for

sanctification for both the

mother and the child. As one

mom said, “I have never been

to confession more often than

since becoming a mom.”

Motherhood is challenging. It is

our hope that meeting together

will support and encourage

mothers in their vocation

of motherhood, through prayer,

education, and coming together.

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

PART THREE—LIFE IN CHRIST

10 Commandments

THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT:

YOU SHALL NOT STEAL

503. What is set forth by the seventh commandment?

The  seventh  commandment  requires  respect  for  the
universal  destination  and  distribution  of  goods  and  the
private ownership of them, as well as respect for persons,
their  property,  and  the  integrity  of  creation. The  Church
also  finds  in  this  Commandment  the  basis  for  her  social
doctrine  which  involves  the  correct  way  of  acting  in
economic, social and political life, the right and the duty of
human  labor,  justice  and  solidarity  among  nations,  and
love for the poor.

504. Under what conditions does the right to private

property exist?

The right to private property exists provided the property
is acquired or received in a just way and that the universal
destination of goods for the satisfaction of the basic needs
of all takes precedence.

505. What is the purpose of private property?

The  purpose  of  private  property  is  to  guarantee  the
freedom and dignity of individual persons by helping them
to meet the basic needs of those in their charge and also of
others who are in need.

506. What does the seventh commandment require?

The seventh commandment requires respect for the goods
of  others  through  the  practice  of  justice  and  charity,
temperance and solidarity. In particular it requires respect
for promises made and contracts agreed to, reparation for
injustice  committed  and  restitution  of  stolen  goods,  and
respect  for  the  integrity  of  creation  by  the  prudent  and
moderate  use  of  the  mineral,  vegetable,  and  animal
resources  of  the  universe  with  special  attention  to  those
species which are in danger of extinction.

508. What is forbidden by the seventh commandment?

Above all, the seventh commandment forbids theft, which
is  the  taking  or  using  of  another’s  property  against  the
reasonable  will  of  the  owner.  This  can  be  done  also  by
paying unjust wages; by speculation on the value of goods
in order to gain an advantage to the detriment of others;
or  by  the  forgery  of  checks  or  invoices. Also  forbidden  is
tax evasion or business fraud; willfully damaging private or
public  property  ;  usury;  corruption;  the  private  abuse  of
common goods; work deliberately done poorly; and waste.

512. What would be opposed to the social doctrine of

the Church?

Opposed to the social doctrine of the Church are economic
and social systems that sacrifice the basic rights of persons
or  that  make  profit  their  exclusive  norm  or  ultimate  end.
For  this  reason  the  Church  rejects  the  ideologies
associated  in  modern  times  with  Communism  or  with
atheistic  and  totalitarian  forms  of  socialism.  But  in  the
practice of capitalism the Church also rejects self centred
individualism  and  an  absolute  primacy  of  the  laws  of  the
marketplace over human labor.

VOCATIONS

Do you recognize Christ in your life?

Does your heart burn in his presence?

How are you being called - as a priest,

deacon, brother or sister? If God is

calling you, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux,

Vocation Director, Archdiocese of

Toronto at 416-968-0997.

vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

COFFEE SUNDAY

LAST SUNDAY OF MONTH

Co-Ordinators

9AM Mass: Legion of Mary;

12:15PM Mass: Ailene & Jonathan &

Mary

Thanks to these Volunteers for their

generosity.

ARCHDIOCESAN DAY OF

PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS TO

THE PRIESTHOOD

Friday May 12, 2017

On this day, Cardinal Collins, our

Archbishop, has asked that we all

take the time, as a community,

to pray for all vocations;

priesthood, religious and

consecrated life.

During this time, we also ask that

you pray for our five soon-to-be

priests along with all those who

are discerning or who are

currently in priestly formation.

At St JXXIII:

1. All Day Exposition of the Blessed 

Sacrament in Adoration Chapel: come 

and pray for Vocations sometime during 

the day. 

2. Evening Prayer for Vocations in 

Chapel at 5:40PM 

3. Mass for Vocations @ 7PM

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WONDERFULLY GREAT THINGS

Children’s Choir: Grade 1 Grade 8.

Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sun @ 5:30PM Mass

Youth Choir

Grade 9 & Up: Sing 2

nd

& 3

rd

Sun @ 5:30PM Mass

Chalice Children’s Collection

Sunday, May 28

Goal: $2,220. Total to Date: $1358.75

MASS

INTENTIONS

Mon, May 1, 7PM:

Thanksgiving by Dietelinda Dizon

Tues, May 2, 9AM:

+Jaime Tolentino

Wed, May 3, 7PM:

+Celso Mabalhin & +Lilia Vidal

Thurs, May 4, 9AM:

+Jaime Tolentino

Fri, May 5, 7PM:

+Jamie Tolentino

Sat, May 6, 9AM

+Purita Sarmiento

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Saturday, May 6
5:15PM: +Marina Mariathas
Easter Sunday, May 7
9AM: +Jamie Tolentino
12:15PM: +Sally Asuncion
5:30PM: The Parishioners

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, May 6—Friday, May 12

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Souls in Purgatory

Chapel Tabernacle: Intention of Porferia Mabalhin

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meet 2

nd

& 4

th

Thursday of Month

Co-ordinator: Femi Barrera: 416-696-8868

SACRAMENT OF 

CONFIRMATION

UPCOMING

Rehearsal

Friday, May 12 @ 7:30PM

Retreat

Saturday, May 13 @ 9:30AM to 12:30PM

Confirmation Mass

Saturday, May 13 @ 5:15PM

Confirmand to be in Hall @ 4:45PM

PARISH LEADERS GROUP

Lectio Eucharist

Sat, March 25, 11AM-12:30PM

/ Sat, May 20,

11AM-12:30PM / Sat, May 27, 11AM-12:30PM

INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP

Need Prayer Help?

Call Beth at 416-467-6492. Your intention will

be emailed out to this prayer community. Only

first name and intention will be shared.

CATHOLIC LIFE IN THE SPIRIT

SEMINAR

April 22, 29;

May 6 & 13: 4 Consecutive Sats

6:30PM to 9:30PM—St JXXIII Parish Hall

SessionTopics:

1

st

God’s Love; 2

nd

Salvation, New Life; 3

rd

Receiving God’s Gifts/Renewal of the Holy

Spirit; 4

th

Growth/Transformation in Christ.

SICK & UNABLE TO ATTEND MASS?

Call parish office and let us know—416-429-4000;

Fr Simon will bring Holy Communion each week to

you or your relative.

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SMILE

The Queen takes the visiting pope for a ride in a

carriage through London. Suddenly one of the

horses farts very loudly. “I am terribly sorry,”

apologizes the embarrassed Queen. The pope

replies, “Oh don’t worry, if you hadn’t said

anything, I’d just think it was the horse!”

FERTILITYCARE TORONTO

Catholic Women’s Fertility Health

416-465-2868

www.fertilitycare.ca info@fertilitycare.ca

Are you planning to space your children and feel

unsure of the family planning system you’re

using?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Is your family complete and are wondering

what comes next for family panning?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Would you like to follow your faith but don’t

know a reliable, scientific family planning

method?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Do you have health concerns and want to learn
more about your body and gynecologic health?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Are you suffering from infertility or recurrent

miscarriage and don’t know where to turn for

effective help? FertilityCare Toronto can help.

ARE YOU REGISTERED?

Are You Using Donation Envelopes?

Please register and begin using donation
envelopes. In using envelopes you will be

reminded weekly of the urgency of St John XXIII

Parish’s need of your financial support.

EASTER DEVOTIONS

Holy Hour—Sundays

Exposition & Benediction—4PM to 5PM

Prayer for Vocations @ 4:30PM

NATIONAL MARCH

FOR LIFE

Thursday May 11, 2017

Parliament Hill, Ottawa

Rally: 12:30PM / March: 1:30PM

Coach of 56 seats.

Mass for Life @ 6AM; depart from

StJXXIII at 6:30AM;

Depart Ottawa immediately after

the March—aprox 3PM.

Washroom break at service centre

going to Ottawa; dinner break on

the way back at service centre.

Price: $25.

Sign-up sheet is here in foyer

ANNUAL NEOPHYTE MASS

Sunday May 7, 2017, @ 2PM; Cathedral

Basilica of St Michaels; 65 Bond St, Toronto,

ON., M5B 1X5

Cardinal Collins invites all of the newly baptized

and those who will be received into the Church

this Easter to our annual Neophyte Mass. Before

the Mass begins, Cardinal Collins will offer a brief

history of the cathedral and give an explanation

of his vestments.

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SAINTS OF THE WEEK

Feast:  St  Philip  &  St  James,  Apostles—Wednesday,
May 3:

James, Son of Alphaeus: We know nothing of this

man  except  his  name,  and,  of  course,  the  fact  that  Jesus
chose him to be one of the 12 pillars of the Church. He is
not the James of Acts, son of Clopas, “brother” of Jesus and
later bishop of Jerusalem and the traditional author of the
Letter of James. James, son of Alphaeus, is also known as
James  the  Lesser  to  avoid  confusing  him  with  James  the
son  of Zebedee,  also  an  apostle  and  known  as James  the
Greater.

Philip:  Philip  came  from  the  same  town  as  Peter  and
Andrew,  Bethsaida  in  Galilee.  Jesus  called  him  directly,
whereupon  he  sought  out  Nathanael  and  told  him  of  the
“one about whom Moses wrote”

(Jn 1:45).

On  one  occasion,  when  Jesus  saw  the  great  multitude
following  him  and  wanted  to  give  them  food,  he  asked
Philip where they should buy bread for the people to eat. St
John comments, “[Jesus] said this to test him, because he
himself  knew  what  he  was  going  to  do”

(John  6:6)

.  Philip

answered, “Two hundred days’ wages worth of food would
not be enough for each of them to have a little [bit]”

(John

6:7)

. This was necessary for these men who were to be the

foundation stones of the Church to see the clear distinction
between humanity’s total helplessness apart from God and
the human ability to be a bearer of divine power by God’s
gift.

On another occasion, we can almost hear the exasperation
in Jesus’s voice. After Thomas had complained that they did
not  know  where  Jesus  was  going,  Jesus  said,  “I  am  the
way…If you know me, then you will also know my Father.
From now on you do know him and have seen him”

(Jn 14:6a,

7)

. Then  Philip  said,  “Master,  show  us  the  Father,  and  that

will  be  enough  for  us”

(Jn  14:8)

.  Enough!  Jesus  answered,

“Have I been with you for so long a time and you still do not
know  me,  Philip?  Whoever  has  seen  me  has  seen  the
Father”

(John 14:9a)

.

Possibly  because  Philip  bore  a Greek  name  or  because  he
was thought to be close to Jesus, some gentile proselytes
came  to  him  and  asked  him  to  introduce  them  to  Jesus.
Philip went to Andrew, and Andrew went to Jesus. Jesus’s
reply  in  John’s Gospel  is  indirect;  Jesus  says  that  now  his
“hour” has come, that in a short time he will give his life for
Jew and gentile alike.

Reflection:  As  in  the  case  of  the  other  apostles,  we  see  in
James  and  Philip  human  men  who  became  foundation
stones  of  the  Church,  and  we  are  reminded  again  that
holiness and its consequent apostolate are entirely the gift
of God, not a matter of human achieving. All power is God’s
power,  even  the  power  of  human  freedom  to  accept  his
gifts. “You will be clothed with power from on high,” Jesus
told Philip and the others. Their first commission had been
to  expel  unclean  spirits,  heal  diseases,  announce  the
kingdom.  They  learned,  gradually,  that  these  externals
were  sacraments  of  an  even  greater  miracle  inside  their
persons—the divine power to love like God.

Tim Living the Gospel by helping families in

crisis …

Having experienced childhood sexual abuse, Tom

originally sought counselling treatment for

resulting depression at a local clinic. Since Tom

had experienced the death of his wife, his

increased drinking, drug addiction, suicidal
thoughts, depression and financial loss had

placed an immense strain on his relationship with

his mother and two sons. Through the 12 step

program and other counselling at Catholic Family

Services of Simcoe County, Tom has experienced

a tremendous peace and healing in his family
relationships. “Giving hope and saving lives is
what this is all about,” shares Tom, “I am very

grateful to ShareLife for the funding they provide

to Catholic Family Services of Simcoe.” Over

21,000 individuals received help in getting their

lives back on track through ShareLife-supported

Family Services Programs.

Next Sunday, May 7, 2017 is ShareLife Sunday

Please give generously.

BUNDLE SUNDAY

May 6/7

The St V d’P truck container will be in the carpark on the

above dates for collection those items you no longer use
and which others can use. See below for what is accepted

and NOT accepted.

Accept        

 

All Clothing 

(Any Condition) 

 

All Footwear 

(Any Condition) 

 

Bedding 

(Any Condition) 

 

Drapery/Towels 

 

Toys 

(New or Nearly New) 

Don’t Accept 

 

Please do not accept the  

following items:

 

 

Books 

(Any Kind) 

 

Construction Material 

(Any Condition) 

 

Dishes 

(Any Kind) 

 

Furniture 

(Any Condition) 

 

Video/Audio Cassettes

 

SOCIETY OF SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL 

TORONTO CENTRAL COUNCIL 

List of Items Accepted and Not Accepted at Bundle Up Weekends

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Acts  2:14,22-28;  Psalm
16:1-2, 5, 7-11; 1 Peter 1:17-21; Luke 24:13-35

We should put ourselves in the shoes of the disciples
in  today's  Gospel.  Downcast  and  confused  they're
making  their  way  down  the  road,  unable  to
understand all the things that have occurred.

They know what they've seen—a prophet mighty in
word  and  deed. They  know  what  they  were  hoping
for—that  He  would  be  the  redeemer  of  Israel.  But
they don't know what to make of His violent death at
the hands of their rulers.

They can't even recognize Jesus as He draws near to
walk with them. He seems like just another foreigner
visiting Jerusalem for the Passover.

Note  that  Jesus  doesn't  disclose  His  identity  until
they they describe how they found His tomb empty
but "Him they did not see." That's how it is with us,
too. Unless  He  revealed  himself  we  would  see  only
an empty tomb and a meaningless death.

How  does  Jesus  make  himself  known  at  Emmaus?
First, He interprets "all the Scriptures" as referring to

Him. In today's First Reading and Epistle, Peter also
opens  the  Scriptures  to  proclaim  the  meaning  of
Christ's death according to the Father's "set plan"—
foreknown before the foundation of the world.

Jesus  is  described  as  a  new  Moses  and  a  new
Passover lamb. He is the One of whom David sang in
today's  Psalm—whose  soul  was  not  abandoned  to
corruption but was shown the path of life.

After  opening  the  Scriptures,  Jesus  at  table  took
bread, blessed it, broke it, and gave it to the disciples
—exactly  what  He  did  at  the  Last Supper  (see  Luke
22:14-20).

In every Eucharist, we reenact that Easter Sunday at
Emmaus. Jesus reveals himself to us in our journey.
He speaks to our hearts in the Scriptures. Then at the
table  of  the  altar,  in  the  person  of  the  priest,  He
breaks the bread.

The  disciples  begged  him,  "Stay  with  us."  So  He
does. Though He has vanished from our sight, in the
Eucharist—as  at  Emmaus—we  know  Him  in  the
breaking of the bread.

“Oh, How Foolish You Are, And How Slow Of Heart To Believe

All That Prophets Have Declared!”

The Risen Lord

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

Full Question
I  was  taught  that  it  is  correct  to  use  the  holy  water
font  to  make  the  sign  of  the  cross  only  as  we  enter
the church, not as we exit. Is this true?
Answer
The use of holy water fonts derives from the Jewish
practice  of  purifying  oneself  before  entering  the
temple (Lev. 12-15). Holy water fonts located at the
entrance of churches are meant to remind us that we
were purified in baptism and to seek forgiveness ("re-
purification" so to speak) of our post-baptismal sins.
It  is  certainly  most  appropriate,  and  traditional,  to
bless  ourselves  with  holy  water  upon  entering  a
church, but there is no absolute requirement that we
do  so.  There  also  is  nothing  that  states  that  we
cannot or should not use the holy water on the way
out  of  the  church.  While  it  would  not  be  the  same
symbol of "entering the temple," it could be used to
remind us of our baptismal calling to live the gospel
in the world.

Full Question
If  a  person  doesn't  fully  pay  attention  during  Mass
and receives Communion, is it a mortal sin?
Answer
It  would  depend  on  why  the  person  wasn't  paying
attention.

Sometimes  we  simply  have  trouble  concentrating
due  to  the  time  of  day,  how  tired  we  are,  what's
happening  in  our  lives,  etc.  Such  wandering  of
attention is not necessarily sinful, let alone a mortal
sin.

However,  if  a  person  was  actually  contemptuous  of
the  Mass  and  the  sacrifice  of  the  Eucharist,  then  it
would  be  sinful  and  could  possibly  venture  into  the
territory of mortal sin. In such a situation, it's not the
simple  act  of  not  paying  attention  that  is  sinful  but
rather  the  contempt  for  the  sacred  actions  taking
place.

Full Question
The Creed was not included in the Sunday Mass. Did I
fulfill my Sunday obligation?
Answer
The  only  allowable  reason  to  omit  the  Creed  at  a
Sunday Mass is if baptisms are taking place and the
baptismal promises take the place of the Creed.

Otherwise,  the  Creed  is  always  to  be  included  in  a
Sunday Mass (GIRM 68).

To  omit  the  Creed  is  illicit,  but  its  omission
neither  invalidates  the  Mass  nor  the  satisfaction  of
the Sunday obligation.

YOUTH MINISTRY

Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay and Poetry Contest

2017:

Congratulations Diego Ardon for winning second

place for your poem at the regional level for the

2017 Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay and Poetry

Contest. Thank you for participating in the

contest for the second year in a row. Thank you

to Catholic Women’s League for working with

SJ23 Youth Ministry again this year, it was a

pleasure, we look forward to participating in the

contest with you again next year.

Current Series: Easter Season

We will take part in the fifty-day celebration of

the season of Easter (from Easter Sunday to

Pentecost Sunday). Easter Sunday marks the

beginning of a new season of grace and a time of

joy of thanksgiving. We will continue to reflect

on the Sunday readings during the Easter season

along with prayer and activities together.

Upcoming Youth Nights

Next Kids of the Cross Night:

Friday, May 5, 2017 from 6:00-8:00pm in the

Parish hall.

Next God Squad Night:

Friday, May 12, 2017 from 7:00-9:00pm in the

Parish hall.

APRIL PROGRAMS TO CONSIDER

www. Formed.org

Go to ‘video’ then, ‘rome reports’ and watch “Holy

Week in Rome” OR in ‘video’ again see all the

children’s movies; OR go to ‘audio’ and check out

the NEW ‘radio theatre’ for “Brother Frances”.

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.

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 Sunday of Easter                      

April 30, 2017 

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Your Fellow Parishioner

 

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New Patients are welcome

 

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ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to  6PM,  concludes  with
e v e n i n g

p r a y e r  a n d

Benediction

at  5:40PM.

Come  for  a

few  minutes

or an hour and

keep  watch

with the Lord.

P r a y  f o r

others,  the

Church,  your

f a m i l y ,

yourself.

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