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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: 

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
Fr Simon, Ms Olivia Dizon, Mr Carlton Paul

Catholic Cemeteries
Head Office: 416-733-8544

ADVENT DAY OF

RECOLLECTION

St John XXIII Parish

Saturday, December 2

The Catholic Women’s League of our parish

invites you to this day of preparation to enter

into Advent. Fr Joseph Alozie of St Augustine’s

Seminary will be our guide for this day.

Recollection Day begins with 9AM Mass;

*9:30AM meditation;

*10AM break;

*10:30AM guided rosary reflection;

*11:30AM Lunch;

*12:30PM Silent Adoration/Confessions;

*2:30PM Benediction/Conclusion.

Sign-Up Sheet In Foyer

We need to know numbers

SHEPHERD’S TRUST

COLLECTION

Sunday, Nov 19

As members of our Catholic community, we

regularly benefit from the service of our priests.

Let us honour the men who have been

instruments of the our Faith. Called by God and

ordained to care for His people, our priests serve

our families, in churches, schools, hospitals,

nursing homes, missions and on the streets. The

Shepherds’ Trust ensures our priests can live

their retirement years with dignity.

The Shepherds’ Trust collection will take place in

all parishes in the Archdiocese during the weekend

of Nov 19. Envelopes will be distributed the

weekend of Nov 12.

This fund does more than just support our

priests in their retirement years; it is a concrete

way to care for those who always cared for us

and give thanks for the blessings we have

received through them. Your generosity is

greatly appreciated.

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Part One—The Profession of Faith

“I BELIEVE” – “WE BELIEVE”

The Transmission of Divine Revelation

11. Why and in what way is divine revelation

transmitted?

God  “desires  all  men  to  be  saved  and  to  come  to  the
knowledge of the truth”

(1Tim2:4)

, that is, of Jesus Christ. For

this reason, Christ must be proclaimed to all according to
h i s  o w n  c o m m a n d ,  “ G o  f o r t h  a n d  t e a c h  a l l
nations”

(Mat28:19)

.  And  this  is  brought  about  by  Apostolic

Tradition.

12. What is Apostolic Tradition?

Apostolic Tradition  is  the  transmission  of  the  message  of
Christ,  brought  about  from  the  very  beginnings  of
Christianity  by  means  of  preaching,  bearing  witness,
institutions,  worship,  and  inspired  writings.  The  apostles
transmitted all they received from Christ and learned from
the  Holy  Spirit  to  their  successors,  the  bishops,  and
through them to all generations until the end of the world.

13. In what ways does Apostolic Tradition occur?

Apostolic Tradition occurs in two ways: through the living
transmission  of  the  word  of God

(also  simply  called Tradition)

 and

through Sacred Scripture which is the same proclamation
of salvation in written form.

14. What is the relationship between Tradition and

Sacred Scripture?

Tradition and Sacred Scripture are bound closely together
and communicate one with the other. Each of them makes
present  and  fruitful  in  the  Church  the  mystery  of  Christ.
They flow out of the same divine well-spring and together
make up one sacred deposit of faith from which the Church
derives her certainty about revelation.

15. To whom is the deposit of faith entrusted?

The Apostles entrusted the deposit of faith to the whole of
the Church. Thanks  to  its  supernatural  sense  of  faith  the
people of God as a whole, assisted by the Holy Spirit and
guided by the Magisterium of the Church, never ceases to
welcome, to penetrate more deeply and to live more fully
from the gift of divine revelation.

16. To whom is given the task of authentically

interpreting the deposit of faith?

The  task  of  giving  an  authentic  interpretation  of  the
deposit of faith has been entrusted to the living teaching
office of the Church alone, that is, to the successor of Peter,
the  Bishop  of  Rome,  and  to  the  bishops  in  communion
with him. To this Magisterium, which in the service of the
Word of God enjoys the certain charism of truth, belongs
also the task of defining dogmas which are formulations of
the truths contained in divine Revelation. This authority of
the  Magisterium  also  extends  to  those  truths  necessarily
connected with Revelation.

17. What is the relationship between Scripture, Tradition

and the Magisterium?

Scripture,  Tradition,  and  the  Magisterium  are  so  closely
united  with  each  other  that  one  of  them  cannot  stand
without the others. Working together, each in its own way,
under the action of the one Holy Spirit, they all contribute
effectively to the salvation of souls.

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.

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.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE MISSIONARY

INTENTION FOR NOVEMBER


To Witness the Gospel in Asia”

Christians in Asia, bearing witness to the Gospel in

word and deed, may promote dialogue and peace,

especially with those of other religions

CHRIST THE KING RALLY 2017

“Going Deeper: becoming fire to ignite the

world” (Lk 3:16) Sat, Nov 25 – 8:30AM to 6PM.

Canada Christian College 50 Gervais Dr., Toronto

Join the celebration at the annual Christ the King
Rally with unique programs for adults, youth and

children! $20 adults; $5 youth and children free.

Praise & worship, rosary, healing procession,

confessions, adoration and holy Mass, presided by

Bishop Robert Kasun, CSB, Archdiocese of Toronto.

Speaker: Larry Oney, Diocese of New Orleans.

PARISH CHRISTMAS PARTY

Saturday, December 16

6:30PM—9:30PM

Book this date in your calendars—come on out for a

fine meal, entertainment, carolling, etc.

*

6:15PM—Nativity Play in the Church

*

7PM—Dinner in Hall

*

8:15PM—Entertainment/Carolling

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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, Oct 29—Goal: $2,220. Total to Date: $o

MASS

INTENTIONS

Mon, Nov 13, 7PM:

+Lourdina Figueiredo

Tues, Nov 14, 9AM:
     

+Florencio & Fidela Cruz

Wed, Nov 15, 7PM:
       

+Consuelo Monina Aglipay Verceles

Thurs, Nov 16, 9AM
       

Thanksgiving by Fe Tolentino

Fri, Nov 17, 7PM:

Thanksgiving for Belle D.

Sat, Nov 18, 9AM
              Thanksgiving by Belle

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Saturday, November 18
5:15PM: +Lerma Glen
Sunday, November 19
9AM: +Eduardo Damasco Peralas
12:15PM: +Carmela & + Antonio
5:30PM: The Parishioners 

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Nov 18—Friday, Nov 24

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Gertrudes Soriano

Chapel Tabernacle: +Mary & Titi

COFFEE SUNDAY:

Last Sun of the Month

9AM Mass: Coffee Sunday Group; 12:15PM Mass:

Ailene & Jonathan & Mary. Thank you Volunteers

for your generosity.

SMILE

Money Matters

I took four tires to a friend’s garage sale and was

asking $30 apiece. I needed to leave for a few minutes,

so I asked him to watch them for me.

"Sure," he said, "but if someone offers less, how low

are you willing to go?"

"Try for more, but I will accept $15," I said, and left.

When I returned, my tires were gone. "How much did

you get for them?" I asked excitedly.

"Fifteen dollars each.” "Who bought them?"

"I did!”


___________

From our local TV news station, this undeniably true

travel suggestion: "Next up, ten money-saving tips for

your trip to Hawaii. Don’t go away!"

FORMED

The Catholic Faith On Demand—Free To You

StJXXIII has renewed our annual subscription. Want to

watch a movie, a documentary, apologetics, youth,

Espanol? Want to watch/study faith formation,

sacramental preparation, Bible studies, current topics,
Youth, Espanol? Want to Listen to talks, audio dramas,

audio books, Espanol? Want to read fiction, non-

fiction, youth, Espanol. Go to “formed.org”; input our

parish access code: MRFX27; fill out your profile and

password. Access Programs, Movies, Audio, Books and

so much more.

SPIRITUS VIA

(The Spiritual Way)

Young Adult Ministry

(18—35 years old)

Spiritus Via is a young adult ministry of the Archdiocese

of Toronto. St JXXIII is supporting this ministry for its

young adults by contributing $1,000 and 3 young

adults to be on the Core or Support Teams.

Monthly events

The first Wed of every month: social, prayer,

catechesis, outreach

Monthly Parish Small Groups

To be scheduled by small group members

Monthly Theology on Tap/Annual Retreat

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VOCATIONS

"Keep awake, therefore, for you know neither the

day nor the hour."

Listen with your heart as well as with your ears for

then you may accept the call to serve in the

priesthood, diaconate or consecrated life. If God is

calling you, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation

Director, Archdiocese of Toronto at 416-968-0997.

v

ocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

FERTILITYCARE TORONTO

Catholic Women’s Fertility Health

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.

Contact/Info 416-465-2868 www.fertilitycare.ca /

ARE YOU REGISTERED?

Are You Using Donation Envelopes?

Dear Parishioner,

Please register and begin using donation envelopes.

In using envelopes you will be reminded weekly of St

John XXIII’s need of your financial support.

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration 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

o t h e r s ,  t h e

C h u r c h ,  y o u r

family, yourself.

3

RD

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER/DANCE

The CWL of St JXXIII Parish invites you to this

Fundraising Event Sat Nov 25, 6:30PM till 12:30AM
Where:
Leaside Community Gardens, 1073 Millwood

Rd., Toronto.

Tickets: $25 for dinner, some entertainment, and

dance the night away.

Dress: Semi-formal.

Info/Tickets: Tess Capunihan @ 647-500-6014

Join Us And Lets Have Some Fun For a Cause

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

1st Test—Month of November

Call Office for Appointment

WIN GREAT PRIZES

The Friar’ Student Writing award.

Ages 14—18 are invited to write a 500 word essay on
the theme for the Week of prayer for Christian Unity,
celebrated Jan 18-25, 2018. The theme is

“Your right hand, O Lord, Glorious In Power”

(cf Exodus15:6)

.

Read  the  scripture  passage  Exodus  15:1-21  and
respond to the following question:

Just  as  the  Israelites  sought  deliverance
from  enslavement,  in  contemporary
society the dignity of all people is treated
by  new  enslavements  to  poverty,
violence, injustice and addictions. In what
ways  can  Christian  of  all  denominations
work together to stave off these assaults
to human dignity? Explain.

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prize: IPad Pro(128GB); 2

nd

prize: Kobo Aura H

2

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Edition 2; 3

rd

prize to 6

th

prizes: 1 year subscription to

the Catholic Register and other prizes. Essays will be
edited  and  published  in  The  Catholic  Register.
Deadline for entries: Jan 8, 2018. E-mail your essay
to  editor@catholicregister.org  or  Fax  it  to
416-934-3409  (full  name,  email  address,  tel#,  name
of school on front page of essay). Info: 416-934-3400,
ext 344 Or 416-934-3410,ext 403

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Optional MemorialST GERTRUDE, VIRGIN—Date:
Thurs,  Nov  16:

Gertrude,  a  Benedictine  nun  in  Helfta,

Saxony, was one of the great mystics of the 13th century.
Together  with  her  friend  and  teacher Saint  Mechtild,  she
practiced  a  spirituality  called  “nuptial  mysticism,”  that  is,
she came to see herself as the bride of Christ. Her spiritual
life was a deeply personal union with Jesus and his Sacred
Heart, leading her into the very life of the Trinity.

But  this  was  no  individualistic  piety.  Gertrude  lived  the
rhythm of the liturgy, where she found Christ. In the liturgy
and  in  Scripture  she  found  the  themes  and  images  to
enrich and express her piety. There was no clash between
her personal prayer life and the liturgy.
Reflection:  Saint  Gertrude’s  life  is  another  reminder  that
the  heart  of  the  Christian  life  is  prayer:  private  and
liturgical, ordinary or mystical, but always personal.

Optional  Memorial—ST  MARGARET  OF  SCOTLAND—
Date: Thurs, Nov 16:
Not Scottish by birth, Margaret was
the daughter of Princess Agatha of Hungary and the Anglo-
Saxon  Prince  Edward  Atheling.  She  spent  much  of  her
youth  in  the  court  of  her  great-uncle,  the  English  king,
Edward  the  Confessor.  Her  family  fled  from  William  the
Conqueror and was shipwrecked off the coast of Scotland.
King Malcolm befriended them and was captivated by the
beautiful,  gracious  Margaret.  They  were  married  at  the
castle of Dunfermline in 1070.

Margaret tried to improve her adopted country by religious
reform,  she  encouraged  synods  and  was  present  for  the
discussions  which  tried  to  correct  religious  abuses
common  among  priests  and  laypeople,  such  as  simony,
usury,  and  incestuous  marriages.  With  her  husband,  she
founded several churches.
Margaret  was  not  only  a  queen,  but  a  mother.  She  and
Malcolm  had  six  sons  and  two  daughters.  Margaret
personally supervised their religious instruction and other
studies.  Although  she  was  very  much  caught  up  in  the
affairs  of  the  household  and  country,  she  remained
detached from the world. Her private life was austere. She
had certain times for prayer and reading Scripture. She ate
sparingly  and  slept  little  in  order  to  have  time  for
devotions.  She  and  Malcolm  kept  two  Lents,  one  before
Easter  and  one  before Christmas.  During  these  times  she
always  rose  at  midnight  for  Mass. On  the  way  home  she
would  wash  the  feet  of  six  poor  persons  and  give  them
alms. She was always surrounded by beggars in public and
never refused them. It is recorded that she never sat down
to eat without first feeding nine orphans and 24 adults.

Reflection: There are two ways to be charitable: the “clean
way”  and  the  “messy  way.”  The  “clean  way”  is  to  give
money  or  clothing  to  organizations  that  serve  the  poor.
The  “messy  way”  is  dirtying  your  own  hands  in  personal
service to the poor. Margaret’s outstanding virtue was her
love  of  the  poor.  Although  very  generous  with  material

gifts, Margaret also visited the sick and nursed them with
her own hands. She and her husband served orphans and
the  poor  on  their  knees  during  Advent  and  Lent.  Like
Christ, she was charitable the “messy way.”

CATHOLIC SINGLES CHRISTMAS DINNER &

DANCE:

Dec 9: 7:30pm-11:45pm—at a Church Hall;

Christmas Dinner! Professional DJ. SEATING BY AGE

GROUP! $45 . CASH Bar. NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR!
Pre-Pay all Tickets by Nov 25 by CASH or E-Transfer to

canadacatholicsingles@gmail.com Call:647-207-3162

THIS FAMILY LIVES IN FLEMINGDON PARK

Fr Simon Guarantees This Is a Genuine Need

A brother and sister with Spinal Muscular Atrophy type
2 (SMA ll) who are permanently on power wheelchairs.
Cost of the vehicle (van conversion costs over $70,000).

Any donation would help. To Donate Online go to:

www.gofundme.com/elyass-accessible-vehicle

Parishioners & Fr Simon taking a break in between

serving meals at Good Shepherd Refuge

Monday Oct 23, 2017

WANT TO EXPERIENCE WHAT IT IS LIKE TO

VOLUNTEER AT GOOD SHEPHERD

REFUGE?

You Can

Just contact any one of the following people and they

will take you to help serve or prepare a meal, do the

laundry, make up the beds, etc. You can arrange a time

that is mutually agreeable to you both.

Call—Lolita Perry @ 647-273-2147 / Alan Orozco @

416-906-1316 / Fr Simon @ 416-429-4000

"The Good Shepherd", as it is affectionately called, is well

known on the streets of Toronto. It's a place to get a hot

meal, clean clothes, a safe, clean bed for the night. It's a

place to go when you need someone to listen, someone

to help.

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Wisdom  6:12-16;  Psalm
63:2-8; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17; Matthew 25:1-13

According to marriage customs of Jesus’ day, a bride
was  first  “betrothed”  to  her  husband  but  continued
for  a  time  to  live  with  her  family.  Then,  at  the
appointed  hour,  some  months  later,  the  groom
would  come  to  claim  her,  leading  her  family  and
bridal  party  to  the  wedding  feast  that  would
celebrate and inaugurate their new life together.

This  is  the  background  to  the  parable  of  the  last
judgment we hear in today’s Gospel.

In the parable’s symbolism, Jesus is the Bridegroom
(see  Mark  2:19).  In  this,  He  fulfills  God’s  ancient
promise to join himself forever to His chosen people
as  a  husband  cleaves  to  his  bride  (see  Hosea
2:16-20). The virgins of the bridal party represent us,
the members of the Church.

We  were  “betrothed”  to  Jesus  in  baptism  (see  2
Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 5:25-27) and are called to
lives  of  holiness  and  devotion  until  He  comes  again

to lead us to the heavenly wedding feast at the end
of time (see Revelation 19:7-9; 21:1-4).
As St. Paul warns in today’s Epistle, Jesus is coming
again, though we know not the day nor the hour.

We  need  to  keep  vigil  throughout  the  dark  night  of
this  time  in  which  our  Bridegroom  seems  long
delayed. We need to keep our souls’ lamps filled with
the oil of perseverance and desire for God – virtues
that are extolled in today’s First Reading and Psalm.

We  are  to  seek  Him  in  love,  meditating  upon  His
kindness, calling upon His name, striving to be ever
more  worthy  of  Him,  to  be  found  without  spot  or
blemish when He comes.

If we do this, we will be counted as wise and the oil
for our lamps will not run dry (see 1 Kings 17:16). We
will  perceive  the  Bridegroom,  the  Wisdom  of  God
(see  Proverbs  8:22-31,35;  9:1-5),  hastening  toward
us,  beckoning  us  to  the  table  He  has  prepared,  the
rich banquet which will satisfy our souls.

“Keep Awake Therefore,

For You Know Neither The Day Nor The Hour”

Jesus

DR. SCOTT HAHN

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

WHY ARE SOME SAINTS BODIES INCORRUPT

Question
Why have the bodies of some saints stayed incorrupt?
Answer
Similar  to  how  the  Father  did  not  allow  Jesus’  body  to
experience  corruption  while  in  the  tomb  (see  Acts  1:27),
God  provides  that  the  bodily  remains  of  some  of  his
faithful  ones  will  not  undergo  bodily  corruption. The  best
example  is  arguably  St.  Bernadette  Soubirous,  to  whom
the  Blessed  Mother  appeared  several  times  in  Lourdes,
France in 1858.
Some  might  attribute  the  apparent  miracle  of  bodily
incorruption  to  scientifically  explainable  reasons,  yet  to
date,  no  explanation  has  been  provided.  In  addition,  St.
Bernadette  died  long  before  modern  embalming
processes,  which  themselves  delay  but  do  not  ultimately
prevent the decay of one’s bodily remains.

For more information,

you may be interested in Joan Carroll Cruz’s book The Incorruptibles (Tan Books).

WHERE IS THE NEW JERUSALEM

Question
Is the New Jerusalem or the Holy City Jerusalem in heaven,
or is it some where else?
Answer
Let  us  rejoice  and  be  glad  and  give  him  glory.  For  the
wedding  day  of  the  Lamb  has  come,  his  bride  has  made
herself ready (Rev. 19:7).

I also saw the holy city, a new Jerusalem, coming down out
of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her
husband (Rev. 21:2).
He took me in spirit to a great, high mountain and showed
me  the  holy  city  Jerusalem  coming  down  out  of  heaven
from God (Rev. 21:10).

But  the  Jerusalem  above  is  freeborn,  and  she  is  our
mother (Gal. 4:26).
The "new Jerusalem" is a symbol of the Church, the bride
of  Christ.  As  such  it  exists  both  in  heaven  and  on  Earth
through the communion of saints. At the Last Judgment, it
will  exist  in  the  transformed  world  through  the
resurrection.

YOUTH GROUPS

New Study Series: Mini Bible Lessons on Teen Topics

We will explore different issues that teens are facing

today using Scriptural references to help ground us in
God’s Word on how we should be responding to these

matters. Some of the topics we will be discussing will
be contentment, anger, the call to be different, guilt,

laziness, priorities, self-image, stress, time

management and understanding our parents.

Upcoming Youth Events

Next God Squad Meeting: Social

Friday, November 17, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the

Parish hall.

Next Kids of the Cross Meeting: Service

Friday, November 24, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the

Parish hall.

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

Meeting Saturday, Nov 25, 1—3PM

SENIOR MEN’S HIGH SCHOOL RETREAT

(grades 11 & 12) on November 25, 2017

The Office of Vocations is hosting a day retreat at Our
Lady  of  the Airways  Parish,  Mississauga,  on Saturday,
November 25 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This retreat will
provide  time  to  pray,  interact  &  socialize  with  other
young  Catholic  men.  The  day  includes  Holy  Mass,
Adoration&Confession. Info: 416-968-0997

WOMEN AT THE HEART OF PEACE.

Join us in paying tribute to the women who build

peace in communities around the world.

On Nov 26 (Christ the King Feast) Archbishop Collins

is asking that the entire Archdiocese participate in

signing a postcard to be sent to the Minister of

International Development. The government has not

increased the budget for their new policy on

international development which states that women

around the world are important in ending violence.

Instead, over $600 million dollars has been allocated

to providing abortions around the world.

VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED

“It is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth

—and the right of every child to be born”

Birthright,  a  pro-life  crisis  pregnancy  service,  needs
your  help. Volunteers,  men  and  women,  are  needed
to  assist  those  facing  an  unplanned  pregnancy,  to
provide  support  an  comfort  as  well  as  practical
solutions.  training  is  provided.  For  more  information
call 416-469-111 Or email: toronto@birthright.org

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MORE GOOD NEWS

Catholic Women’s League (CWL)

& K of C of St JXXIII

The Catholic Women’s League of JXXIII & the

Knights of Columbus are donating a new floor for

our Hall this summer.

Also, CWL have kindly accepted to research the
possibility of federal financing for a wheel-chair

lift that can be installed on the staircase leading

down to the hall. This is a program offered to
charitable institutions for disability access to

buildings.

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