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October 22, 2017 

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Sacraments Of First Holy 

Communion & Reconciliation 

Grade 2 & Up 

Registration 

Takes Place In October.  

Parents/Guardians Please Call 

Office For Appointment With Fr 

Simon 

Bring To Appointment 

Copy Of Baptismal 

Certificate Of Candidate (If 

Not Baptized At St JXXII) & 

$12 For Program. 

Mass Attendance 

First Holy Communion 

Families Must Attend Mass 

Every Sunday

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

CONGRATULATIONS

To Our Altar Servers who have

received the Bishop’s Altar

Server Award.

They Are:

Babadilla, Dexter

Barrera, Angela

Cerezo, Jason

Dias, Lyzandra

Dias, Joshua

Dy, Anica Nicole

Orias, John Vincent

Oro, Drew

Vidal, John Benedict

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

October 22, 2017 

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

THE OUR FATHER—

THE SEVEN PETITIONS

587. What is the structure of the Lord’s Prayer?

It contains seven petitions made to God the Father.
The first three, more God-centered, draw us toward
him for his glory; it is characteristic of love to think
first  of  the  beloved.  These  petitions  suggest  in
particular  what  we  ought  to  ask  of  him:  the
sanctification  of  his  Name,  the  coming  of  his
Kingdom, and the fulfillment of his will. The last four
petitions  present  to  the  Father  of  mercies  our
wretchedness and our expectations. They ask him to
feed  us,  to  forgive  us,  to  sustain  us  in  temptations,
and to free us from the Evil One.

588. What does “Hallowed be thy Name” mean?

To hallow or make holy the Name of God is above all
a prayer of praise that acknowledges God as holy. In
fact,  God  revealed  his  holy  Name  to  Moses  and
wanted  his  people  to  be  consecrated  for  him  as  a
holy nation in which he would dwell.

589. How is the Name of God made holy in us and

in the world?

To  make  holy  the  Name  of  God,  who  calls  us  “to
holiness”

(1  Thessalonians  4:7)

 is  to  desire  that  our

baptismal  consecration  animate  our  whole  life.  In
addition, it is to ask –with our lives and our prayers –
that  the  Name  of  God  be  known  and  blessed  by
every man.

590. What does the Church ask for when she prays

“Thy Kingdom come”?

The  Church  prays  for  the  final  coming  of  the
Kingdom of God through Christ’s return in glory. The
Church prays also that the Kingdom of God increase
from  now  on  through  people’s  sanctification  in  the
Spirit  and  through  their  commitment  to  the  service
of justice and peace in keeping with the Beatitudes.
This  petition  is  the  cry  of  the  Spirit  and  the  Bride:
“Come, Lord Jesus”

(Revelation 22:20)

.

591. Why pray “Thy will be done on earth as it is in

heaven”?

The  will  of  the  Father  is  that  “all  men  be  saved”

(1

Timothy 2:4)

. For this Jesus came: to perfectly fulfill the

saving will of his Father. We pray God our Father to
unite our will to that of his Son after the example of
the Blessed Virgin Mary and the saints. We ask that
this  loving  plan  be  fully  realized  on  earth  as  it  is
already  in  heaven.  It  is  through  prayer  that  we  can

discern “what is the will of God”

(Romans 12:2)

and have

the “steadfastness to do it”

(Hebrews 10:36

).

592. What is the sense of the petition “Give us this

day our daily bread”?

Asking  God  with  the  filial  trust  of  children  for  the
daily  nourishment  which  is  necessary  for  us  all  we
recognize how good God is, beyond all goodness. We
ask  also  for  the  grace  to  know  how  to  act  so  that
justice  and  solidarity  may  allow  the  abundance  of
some to remedy the needs of others.

593. What is the specifically Christian sense of this

petition?

Since “man does not live by bread alone but by every
word that comes from the mouth of God”

(Mat 4:4)

, this

petition  equally  applies  to  hunger  for  the  Word  of
God  and  for  the  Body  of  Christ  received  in  the
Eucharist  as  well  as  hunger  for  the  Holy  Spirit. We
ask  this  with  complete  confidence  for  this  day  –
God’s “today” – and this is given to us above all in the
Eucharist  which  anticipates  the  banquet  of  the
Kingdom to come.

594. Why do we say “Forgive us our trespasses as

we forgive those who trespass against us”?

By  asking  God  the  Father  to  pardon  us,  we
acknowledge before him that we are sinners. At the
same time we proclaim his mercy because in his Son
and  through  the  sacraments  “we  have  redemption,
the forgiveness of sins”

(Colossians 1:14)

. Still our petition

will be answered only if we…have forgiven first.

595. How is forgiveness possible?

Mercy can penetrate our hearts only if we ourselves
learn how to forgive – even our enemies. Now even if
it seems impossible for us to satisfy this requirement,
the heart that offers itself to the Holy Spirit can, like
Christ, love even to love’s extreme; it can turn injury
into  compassion  and  transform  hurt  into
intercession.  Forgiveness  participates  in  the  divine
mercy and is a high-point of Christian prayer.

596. What does “Lead us not into temptation”

mean?

We ask God our Father not to leave us alone and in
the  power  of  temptation. We  ask  the  Holy Spirit  to
help  us  know  how  to  discern,  on  the  one  hand,
between a trial that makes us grow in goodness and
a temptation that leads to sin and death and, on the
other hand, between being tempted and consenting
to  temptation. This  petition  unites  us  to  Jesus  who
overcame  temptation  by  his  prayer.  It  requests  the
grace of vigilance and of final perseverance.

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

October 22, 2017 

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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, Oct 23, 7PM:

+Eduviges & Bernardino Abued

Tues, Oct 24, 9AM:
     

+Jaime Tolentino

Wed, Oct 25, 7PM:
       

Thnksgvg : Blk. Nazarene Devotees

Thurs, Oct 26, 9AM:
       

+Lourdina Figueiredo

Fri, Oct 27, 7PM:

+Thanksgiving of Lenore Leekam

Sat, Oc 28, 9AM
              Thnksgvng by Monica & Sylvester

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Saturday, October 28
5:15PM: +Robert McManey
Sunday, October 29
9AM: Thanksgiving by Pasiderio Family
12:15PM: Thnksgiving to Guardian Angels
5:30PM: The Parishioners

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday,Oct 28—Friday, Nov 3

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Darwin Villar

Chapel Tabernacle: +Belen Alzate

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

Humorous Quotes

When nothing is going right, go left.

Silence is golden, unless you have kids, then

silence is just plain suspicious.

Of course I talk to myself... sometimes I need

expert advice.

I could agree with you, but then we'd both be

wrong.

Coincidence is God's way of being anonymous.

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over

again and expecting different results.

You can teach a cat to do anything that it wants

to do.

PRECIOUS BLOOD PARISH NEW

BEGINNINGS BEREAVEMENT GROUP

Oct 23–-7PM—TOMORROW

Precious Blood Church, 1737 Lawrence Ave E.,

The loss of a loved one can be rather difficult to

move through. Compassionate mutual support

from others, through a peer support group, can

be helpful when someone experiences the death

of a loved one. PHONE: 416-751-2661

EMAIL: preciousbloodtoronto@gmail.com

FRIENDS OF THE STREET

The next meeting is on Wednesday October

25th from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the parish hall

at 2134 Avenue Road, Toronto

Friends of the Street is a group in St. Margaret

of Scotland parish that prays for those who have

been pushed to the margins of society through
drug use or their lifestyle. Each month we hear

from people who have lived on the street, or

from those who support them downtown.

. The speaker will be Chimene who was featured

in a recent Catholic Register column “The

Church on the Street”. Chimene will talk of

being on the street since her youth, and her

struggle to recover from drug addiction.

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

October 22, 2017 

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VOCATIONS

“Give ... to God the things that are God’s.”

That includes you! Is God calling you to service as a

priest, deacon, brother or sister? 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.

FORMED

The Catholic Faith On Demand

Free To You

StJXXIII has renewed our subscription of one year 

for $2,000. 

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.

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

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October 22, 2017 

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Optional  MemorialST ANTHONY  MARY CLARET,
BISHOP
—Date: Wednesday,  Oct  24:  The  “spiritual
father of Cuba” was a missionary, religious founder,
social  reformer,  queen’s  chaplain,  writer  and
publisher,  archbishop,  and  refugee.  He  was  a
Spaniard whose work took him to the Canary Islands,
Cuba, Madrid, Paris, and to the First Vatican Council.

In  his  spare  time  as  weaver  and  designer  in  the
textile mills of Barcelona, Anthony learned Latin and
printing:  The  future  priest  and  publisher  was
preparing.  Ordained  at  28,  he  was  prevented  by  ill
health from entering religious life as a Carthusian or
as  a  Jesuit,  but  went  on  to  become  one  of  Spain’s
most popular preachers.

Anthony spent 10 years giving popular missions and
retreats,  always  placing  great  emphasis  on  the
Eucharist  and  devotion  to  the  Immaculate  Heart  of
Mary. It was said that his rosary was never out of his
hand. At  age  42,  he  founded  a  religious  institute  of
missionaries  beginning  with  five  young  priests,
known today as the Claretians.

Anthony was appointed to head the much-neglected
archdiocese of Santiago in Cuba. He began its reform
by  almost  ceaseless  preaching  and  hearing  of
confessions,  and  suffered  bitter  opposition  mainly
for  opposing  concubinage  and  giving  instruction  to
black  slaves.  A  hired  assassin–whose  release  from
prison Anthony had obtained–slashed open his face
and wrist. Anthony succeeded in getting the would-
be  assassin’s  death  sentence  commuted  to  a  prison
term.  His  solution  for  the  misery  of  Cubans  was
family-owned farms producing a variety of foods for
the  family’s  own  needs  and  for  the  market.  This
invited  the  enmity  of  the  vested  interests  who
wanted  everyone  to  work  on  a  single  cash  crop—
sugar. Besides all his religious writings are two books
he  wrote  in  Cuba:  Reflections  on  Agriculture  and
Country Delights.

He was recalled to Spain for a job he did not relish—
being chaplain for the queen. Anthony went on three
conditions:  He  would  reside  away  from  the  palace;
he would come only to hear the queen’s confession
and  instruct  the  children;  and  he  would  be  exempt
from  court  functions.  In  the  revolution  of  1868,  he

fled  to  Paris  with  the  queen’s  party,  where  he
preached to the Spanish colony.

All  his  life  Anthony  was  interested  in  the  Catholic
press. He founded the Religious Publishing House, a
major  Catholic  publishing  venture  in  Spain,  and
wrote or published 200 books and pamphlets.

At Vatican I, where he was a staunch defender of the
doctrine of infallibility, Anthony won the admiration
of his fellow bishops. Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore
remarked  of  him,  “There  goes  a  true  saint.” At  the
age of 63, he died in exile near the border of Spain.

Reflection: Jesus foretold that those who are truly his
representatives would suffer the same persecution as
he did. Besides 14 attempts on his life, Anthony had
to undergo such a barrage of the ugliest slander that
the  very  name  Claret  became  a  byword  for
humiliation  and  misfortune.  The  powers  of  evil  do
not  easily  give  up  their  prey.  No  one  needs  to  go
looking for persecution. All we need to do is be sure
we suffer because of our genuine faith in Christ, not
for our own whims and lack of prudence.

Saint  Anthony  Mary  Claret  is  Patron  Saint  of:
Savings; Weavers

CATHOLIC SINGLES Formal CHRISTMAS

DINNER & DANCE

For Catholic SINGLES ONLY from 19-99 Yrs

on Sat, Dec 9 —7:30pm to 11:45pm at a Toronto

Church Hall; *TTC & Wheelchair Accessible,

Parking on Street.

UP TO 350 CATHOLIC SINGLES ATTENDING

RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW BEFORE Nov. 25th

Deadline !!!! Bring a Friend! DOOR PRIZES!

Christmas Dinner (

Vegeterian Option

) by Catering

Company! Professional DJ (

Song Requests will be Accepted!

)

SEATING BY AGE GROUP! FESTIVE, Elegant

Décor! Red & Silver Colour Theme! $45.00

including Tax plus CASH Bar for Soft drinks &

Alcoholic Beverages. NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR!

SORRY–as we have to Pre-Pay all Suppliers! Pre-

Pay all Tickets by November 25th at Latest by

CASH or E-Transfer to

canadacatholicsingles@gmail.com

Call:647-207-3162 Or

canadacatholicsingles@gmail.com. NATIONAL

FREE Membership for Catholic Singles 19-99.

PRACTICING CATHOLIC SINGLES on

Meetup.com in Toronto

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

October 22, 2017 

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Isaiah  45:1,4-6;  Psalm
96:1,3-5,  7-10;  1  Thessalonians  1:1-5;  Matthew
22:15-21

The  Lord  is  king  over  all  the  earth,  as  we  sing  in
today’s  Psalm.  Governments  rise  and  fall  by  His
permission,  with  no  authority  but  that  given  from
above (see John 19:11; Romans 13:1).

In effect, God says to every ruler what he tells King
Cyrus in today’s First Reading: “I have called you . . .
though you knew me not.”

The  Lord  raised  up  Cyrus  to  restore  the  Israelites
from exile, and to rebuild Jerusalem (see Ezra 1:1-4).
Throughout  salvation  history, God  has  used  foreign
rulers  for  the  sake  of  His  chosen  people.  Pharaoh’s
heart  was  hardened  to  reveal  God’s  power  (see
Romans  9:17).  Invading  armies  were  used  to  punish
Israel’s sins (see 2 Maccabees 6:7-16).

The  Roman  occupation  during Jesus’  time  was,  in  a
similar  way,  a  judgment  on  Israel’s  unfaithfulness.
Jesus’  famous  words  in  today’s  Gospel:  “Repay  to
Caesar” are a pointed reminder of this. And they call
us, too, to keep our allegiances straight.

The Lord alone is our king. His kingdom is not of this
world  (see  John  18:36)  but  it  begins  here  in  His
Church,  which  tells  of  His  glory  among  all  peoples.
Citizens  of  heaven  (see  Philippians  3:20),  we  are
called to be a light to the world (see Matthew 5:14) –
working  in  faith,  laboring  in  love,  and  enduring  in
hope, as today’s Epistle counsels.

We owe the government a concern for the common
good,  and  obedience  to  laws  –  unless  they  conflict
with  God’s  commandments  as  interpreted  by  the
Church (see Acts 5:29).

But we owe God everything. The coin bears Caesar’s
image.  But  we  bear  God’s  own  image  (see  Genesis
1:27). We owe Him our very lives – all our heart, mind,
soul, and strength, offered as a living sacrifice of love
(see Romans 12:1-2).

We should pray for our leaders, that like Cyrus they
do God’s  will  (see  1 Timothy  2:1-2)  –  until  from  the
rising  of  the  sun  to  its  setting,  all  humanity  knows
that Jesus is Lord.

“Give Therefore To Caesar The Things That Are Caesar’s And To

God The Things That Are God’s”

Jesus

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

WHY OUTDOOR WEDDINGS ARE NOT ALLOWED

Question
Why can't Catholics get married any other place than
inside the church building?
Answer
I think we would find it a bit strange if an ordination
to  the  priesthood  or  episcopacy  took  place  in  the
woods or at the beach. The reason for that is that the
setting would not seem conducive to the seriousness
and sacredness of the sacrament. Marriage is also a
sacrament  of  vocation  that  is  a  serious  and  sacred
calling.
All the sacraments are required to be celebrated in a
church  unless  there  is  a  real  necessity  that  dictates
otherwise (except for anointing of the sick, which out
of necessity is almost always outside of a church).
The Code of Canon Law:

Can. 857 §1. Apart from a case of necessity, the
proper place of baptism is a church or oratory.
Can.  881  It  is  desirable  to  celebrate  the
sacrament  of  confirmation  in  a  church  and
during Mass . . .
Can. 932 §1. The eucharistic celebration is to be
carried  out  in  a  sacred  place  unless  in  a
particular case necessity requires otherwise . . .
Can.  964  §1.  The  proper  place  to  hear
sacramental confessions is a church or oratory.
Can.  1011  §1.  Ordination  generally  is  to  be
celebrated in the cathedral church; for pastoral
reasons,  however,  it  can  be  celebrated  in
another church or oratory.
Can. 1118 §1. A marriage between Catholics or
between  a  Catholic  party  and  a  non-Catholic
baptized  party  is  to  be  celebrated  in  a  parish
church. It can be celebrated in another church
or  oratory  with  the  permission  of  the  local
ordinary or pastor.

As  you  can  see,  marriage  is  not  singled  out
among  the  other  sacraments.  Marriage  is  a
sacrament that requires a respect for the sacrament
itself and not the scenery around it. A marriage could
technically  take  place  anywhere,  as  could  any
sacrament.  However,  there  needs  to  be  an
appropriate reason why marriage, or any sacrament,
needs to take place outside of a sacred space.

YOUTH GROUPS

Next Kids of the Cross Meeting:

Lesson and Baking

Friday, October 27, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the

Parish hall.

We will join in prayer, followed by a Thanksgiving

lesson and bake cupcakes together! Don’t forget to

bring a friend.

Next God Squad Meeting: Lesson

Friday, November 3, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the

Parish hall.

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

MEETING

Saturday, October 28, 1—3PM

COME & SEE WEEKEND

The Office of Vocations invites single Catholic

men 17 years and older, to attend a Come & See

Weekend

Fri,  Nov  3  (begins  at  7  p.m.)  to  Sun  Nov  5  at  St.
Augustine’s Seminary. The weekend offers time for
prayer,  reflection  and  information  on  the  process
of  becoming  a  Catholic  priest.  Register  online  at
www.vocationstoronto.ca. Registrants 17 years old
require parental consent. Or contact (Parish Priest)
or the Office of Vocations at: 416 968 0997; email:
vocations@archtoronto.org.

DISCERNMENT RETREAT

Single Catholic men, 17 years and older

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

The Office of Vocations invites single Catholic men
to  attend  a  Discernment  Retreat  from  Fri,  Nov  10
(begins:7PM)—Sun  Nov  12  at  St.  Francis  Centre.
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
v o c a t i o n s  t e a m .  R e g i s t e r  o n l i n e  a t
www.vocationstoronto.ca. Registrants 17 years old
require parental consent. Info (parish priest) or the
Office  of  Vocations  at:  416  968  0997;  email:
vocations@archtoronto.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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