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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
Fr Simon, Ms Olivia Dizon, Mr Carlton Paul

Catholic Cemeteries
Head Office: 416-733-8544

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE

MISSIONARY INTENTION FOR

NOVEMBER


To Witness the Gospel in Asia”

That Christians in Asia, bearing

witness to the Gospel in word and

deed, may promote dialogue,

peace, and mutual understanding,

especially with those of other

religions

CHRISTMAS

CARDS ON

SALE

This weekend and

next

Get your Christmas

Cards with real images

of Christmas—the

creche, the wisemen,

the shepherds, Christ,

His Holy Mother, and St

Joseph

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Part One—The Profession of Faith

“I BELIEVE” – “WE BELIEVE”

The Revelation of God

6. What does God reveal to man?

God  in  his  goodness  and  wisdom  reveals  himself.  With
deeds and words, he reveals himself and his plan of loving
goodness  which  he  decreed  from  all  eternity  in  Christ.
According to this plan, all people by the grace of the Holy
Spirit are to share in the divine life as adopted “sons” in the
only begotten Son of God.

7. What are the first stages of God's Revelation?

From  the  very  beginning, God  manifested  himself  to  our
first parents, Adam and Eve, and invited them to intimate
communion with himself. After their fall, he did not cease
his revelation to them but promised salvation for all their
descendants.  After  the  flood,  he  made  a  covenant  with
Noah, a covenant between himself and all living beings.

8. What are the next stages of God's Revelation?

God chose Abram, calling him out of his country, making
him  “the  father  of  a  multitude  of  nations”  (Genesis  17:5),
and  promising  to  bless  in  him  “all  the  nations  of  the
earth”  (Genesis  12:3).  The  people  descended  from
Abraham would be the trustee of the divine promise made
to the patriarchs. God formed Israel as his chosen people,
freeing them from slavery in Egypt, establishing with them
the  covenant  of  Mount Sinai,  and,  through  Moses,  giving
them  his  law.  The  prophets  proclaimed  a  radical
redemption  of  the  people  and  a  salvation  which  would
include all nations in a new and everlasting covenant. From
the  people  of  Israel  and  from  the  house  of  King  David,
would be born the Messiah, Jesus.

9. What is the full and definitive stage of God's

Revelation?

The  full  and  definitive  stage  of  God’s  revelation  is
accomplished  in  his  Word  made  flesh,  Jesus  Christ,  the
mediator  and  fullness  of  Revelation.  He,  being  the  only-
begotten  Son  of  God  made  man,  is  the  perfect  and
definitive Word of the Father. In the sending of the Son and
the  gift  of  the  Spirit,  Revelation  is  now  fully  complete,
although  the  faith  of  the Church  must  gradually  grasp  its
full significance over the course of centuries.

“In giving us his Son, his only and definitive Word,
God  spoke  everything  to  us  at  once  in  this  sole
Word,  and  he  has  no  more  to  say.”

(Saint John  of  the

Cross)

10. What is the value of private revelations?

While  not  belonging  to  the  deposit  of  faith,  private
revelations  may  help  a  person  to  live  the  faith  as  long  as
they  lead  us  to  Christ.  The  Magisterium  of  the  Church,
which has the duty of evaluating such private revelations,
cannot accept those which claim to surpass or correct that
definitive Revelation which is Christ.

HUMANITARIAN RELIEF EFFORT

THANK YOU

We  are  grateful  for  the  continued  support  and
generosity of our parishioners toward the work of
the  church  not  only  in  the  archdiocese,  but  also
toward  our  brothers  and  sisters  in  Christ  in  the
greater world.
In  response  to  the  appeal  by  the  Canadian
Conference  of  Catholic  Bishops  to  support  the
Pray-Give-Speak Out  campaign,  the  parishes  and
parishioners of the archdiocese raised $750,000 to
support  the  humanitarian  relief  effort  in  South
Sudan, Yemen,  Nigeria  and  Somalia
.  These  funds
have been transferred to three organizations: Aid
to  the  Church  in  Need,  Canadian  Jesuits
International  and  Development  &  Peace  - Caritas
Canada.

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. Guest Speaker: Deacon Larry Oney,

Diocese of New Orleans.

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

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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 6, 7PM:

+Vincente Letrondo

Tues, Nov 7, 9AM:
     

+Deceased—North Family

Wed, Nov 8, 7PM:
       

+Lourdina Figueiredo 

(+Fr Campbell)

Thurs, Nov 9, 9AM
       

+Jose Liares          

Fri, Nov 10, 7PM:

+Marina Mariathas

Sat, Nov 11, 9AM
              +Rosario Lara

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Saturday, November 11
5:15PM: +Lerma & Isagani Ayala
Sunday, November 12
9AM: +Rocchina & Carmela Scarano
12:15PM: The Parishioners
5:30PM: Thanksgiving for Rena Romero

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Nov 11—Friday, Nov 17

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Monina Solevilia

Chapel Tabernacle: +Souls in Purgatory

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.

SMILE

Tax Issues

After hearing a sermon on Psalm 52:3-4 (lies and

deceit), a man wrote the Tax Man, “I can’t sleep
knowing that I have cheated on my income tax.

Enclosed is a check for $150. If I still can’t sleep, I’ll

send the rest.”

____

Two junior doctors were involved in a fight in the

hospital. A senior consultant had to pull them apart.

"What's all this about?" asked the consultant angrily.

"It's the Tax Inspector in C ward," said one;

"He's only got 2 days to live."

"He had to be told,” said the second doctor.

"I know," said the first, "but I wanted to be the one to

tell him!"

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

"The greatest among you will be your servant."

Can I respond to God 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.

v

ocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

COFFEE SUNDAY:

Last Sun of the Month

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

Ailene & Jonathan & Mary. Thank you Volunteers for

your generosity.

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.

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.

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

Every Friday: 9AM to 6PM, concludes with evening
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. 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

COFIRMANDI

Meeting this Wed, Nov 8 @ 7:30PM

Bring your Bibles to meeting.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

1st Test—Month of November

Call Office for Appointment

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

MemorialST MARTIN OF TOURS, BISHOP—Date:
Saturday, November 11:

A conscientious objector who

wanted to be a monk; a monk who was maneuvered into
being a bishop; a bishop who fought paganism as well as
pleaded  for  mercy  to  heretics—such  was  Martin  of Tours,
one of the most popular of saints and one of the first not to
be a martyr.

Born of pagan parents in what is now Hungary, and raised
in Italy, this son of a veteran was forced at the age of 15 to
serve in the army. Martin became a Christian catechumen
and was baptized when he was 18. It was said that he lived
more  like  a  monk  than  a  soldier. At  23,  he  refused  a  war
bonus  and  told  his  commander:  “I  have  served  you  as  a
soldier; now let me serve Christ. Give the bounty to those
who are going to fight. But I am a soldier of Christ and it is
not lawful for me to fight.” After great difficulties, he was
discharged and went to be a disciple of Hilary of Poitiers.

He  was  ordained  an  exorcist  and  worked  with  great  zeal
against  the Arians.  Martin  became  a  monk,  living  first  at
Milan and later on a small island. When Hilary was restored
to his see following his exile, Martin returned to France and
established  what  may  have  been  the  first  French
monastery  near  Poitiers.  He  lived  there  for  10  years,
forming  his  disciples  and  preaching  throughout  the
countryside.

The  people  of  Tours  demanded  that  he  become  their
bishop. Martin was drawn to that city by a ruse—the need
of a sick person—and was brought to the church, where he
reluctantly allowed himself to be consecrated bishop.

Along  with  Saint  Ambrose,  Martin  rejected  Bishop
Ithacius’s principle of putting heretics to death—as well as
the  intrusion  of  the  emperor  into  such  matters.  He
prevailed upon the emperor to spare the life of the heretic
Priscillian. For his efforts, Martin was accused of the same
heresy, and Priscillian was executed after all.

As  death  approached,  Martin’s  followers  begged  him  not
to leave them. He prayed, “Lord, if your people still need
me, I do not refuse the work. Your will be done.”

Reflection:  Martin’s  worry  about  cooperation  with  evil
reminds  us  that  almost  nothing  is  either  all  black  or  all
white. The saints are not creatures of another world: They
face  the  same  perplexing  decisions  that  we  do.  Any
decision  of  conscience  always  involves  some  risk.  If  we
choose to go north, we may never know what would have
happened  had  we  gone  east,  west,  or  south.  A  hyper-
cautious  withdrawal  from  all  perplexing  situations  is  not
the virtue of prudence; it is in fact, a bad decision, for “not
to decide is to decide.”

CATHOLIC SINGLES Formal CHRISTMAS

DINNER & DANCE

For Catholic SINGLES from 19-99 Yrs on Sat, Dec 9:

7:30pm-11:45pm at a Toronto Church Hall; *TTC &

Wheelchair Accessible, Parking on St.

RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW BEFORE Nov 25!

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

My name is Elyas Sadeqi Abdullah and I’m a grade 12
high school student. I have a sister 2 years older than

me. We are both diagnosed with Spinal Muscular

Atrophy type 2 (SMA ll) and we are permanently on

power wheelchairs. My family needs an accessible

vehicle… We have received funding from 4 charities

($40,000) but it is not enough to cover the whole cost

of the vehicle (van conversion costs over $70,000). Any

donation would help. Sincerely, Elyas

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

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Malachi  1:14-2:2,  8-10;
Psalm  131:1-3;  1  Thessalonians  2:7-9,  13;  Matthew
23:1-12

Though they were Moses’ successors, the Pharisees
and scribes exalted themselves, made their mastery
of  the  law  a  badge  of  social  privilege.  Worse,  they
had  lorded  the  law  over  the  people

(see  Matthew  20:25)

.

Like  the  priests  Malachi  condemns  in  today’s  First
Reading,  they  caused  many  to  falter  and  be  closed
off from God.

In a word, Israel’s leaders failed to be good spiritual
fathers of God’s people. Moses was a humble father-
figure,  preaching  the  law  but  also  practicing  it  –
interceding  and  begging  God’s  mercy  and
forgiveness of the people’s sins

(see Exodus 32:9-14; Psalm 90)

.

And Jesus reminds us today that all fatherhood – in
the family or in the people of God – comes from the
Father in heaven

(see Ephesians 3:15)

.

He  doesn’t  mean  we’re  to  literally  call  no  man
“father.”  He  himself  referred  to  Israel’s  founding
fathers

(see John 7:42)

; the apostles taught about natural

fatherhood

(see  Hebrews  12:7-11)

,  and  described

themselves as spiritual fathers

(see 1 Corinthians 4:14-16)

The fatherhood of the apostles and their successors,
the  Church’s  priests  and  bishops,  is  a  spiritual
paternity  given  to  raise  us  as  God’s  children.  Our
fathers give us new life in baptism, and feed us the
spiritual milk of the gospel and the Eucharist

(see 1 Peter

2:2-3)

.  That’s  why  Paul,  in  today’s  Epistle,  can  also

compare himself to a nursing mother.

God’s  fatherhood  likewise  transcends  all  human
notions  of  fatherhood  and  motherhood.  Perhaps
that’s why the Psalm chosen for today includes one
of the rare biblical images of God’s maternal care

(see

Is 66:13)

.

His  only  Son  has  shown  us  the  Father

(see  John  14:9)

coming  to  gather  His  children  as  a  hen  gathers  her
young

(see  Matthew  23:37)

. We’re  all  brothers  and  sisters,

our  Lord  tells  us  today.  And  all  of  us  –  even  our
spiritual  fathers  –  are  to  trust  in  Him,  humbly,  like
children on our mothers’ laps.

“Whoever Exalts Himself Will Be Humbled,

And Whoever Humbles Himself Will Be Exalted.”

Jesus

DR. SCOTT HAHN

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

PURGATORY IS NOT FOR FORGIVING OF SINS

Question
What  can  I  do  when  I  am  in  purgatory  to  receive
forgiveness for my sins?
Answer
There  is  nothing  anyone  in  purgatory  can  do  either
to receive forgiveness for sins or to obtain remission
of the temporal punishment due for their sins that is
being  expiated  in  purgatory.  Forgiveness  for  sins
happens  before  death.  All  those  who  are  in
purgatory  have  had  their  sins  forgiven.  What
happens in purgatory is that they are doing penance
for  the  temporal  punishment  that  was  due  for  the
sins they have been forgiven.

Souls  in  purgatory  also  cannot  do  anything  to
shorten their stay there. That is something that can
only be done in this life—either by doing penance for
our own sins before our death or by praying for and
obtaining indulgences for the souls in purgatory. The
reason it is so important for Christians to pray for the
souls in purgatory is because they can do nothing to
help themselves.

YOUTH GROUPS

Confirmation Preparation Update

Last week, RE: Generation visited the Parish to speak to

our Confirmandi about true love. In their presentation, the

speakers emphasized we are beloved children of God,

created uniquely by God with gifts to share with the world.

We are loved by God and should make time to find things

we love about ourselves so we can share our gifts with

those we encounter. True love is sacrificial love; when we

give our love (sexual), it should not be for the wrong

reasons, rather, as a choice we make to love others as

Christ showed us how to love.

UPCOMING YOUTH EVENTS

Next Kids of the Cross Meeting: Social

Friday, Nov 10 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall.

Next God Squad Meeting: Social

Friday, Nov 17 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall.

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

Meeting Saturday, Nov 25, 1—3PM

DISCERNMENT RETREAT

Single Catholic men, 17 years and older

Fri, Nov 10-12 at St. Francis Centre, Caledon

This is a good retreat for men who are at crossroads in
discerning God’s desired vocation for them. The retreat
offers  guided  reflections,  Holy  Mass,  Adoration,
Confession  and  the  assistance  of  a  vocations  team.
Register online at www.vocationstoronto.ca. 17 years old
require parental consent. Info (parish/priest) or 416 968
0997; email: vocations@archtoronto.org.

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,
A d o r a t i o n & C o n f e s s i o n .
Registration:www.vocationstoronto.ca  (under
Programs) Info: 416-968-0997

THANKS

Thanks  to  the  Youth  Group  &  the  Lectors;  the  12:15
Choir; the Legion of Mary & Mission Support Group
for
hosting the wonderful meals on the Feast of StJXXIII

THANKS

St Vincent d’Paul Food Drive for Thanksgiving

Thank you StJXXIII! You gave over $900 for the food

drive. We were able to give 18 families $50 food

vouchers for Thanksgiving. This enabled the families to

purchase the food they required according to their

culture and religion.

WOMEN AT THE HEART OF PEACE.

Join us in paying tribute to the women who build peace

in communities around the world.

On November 25-26 (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.

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Violins, Keyboards, and guitars

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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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