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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

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Registration 

Takes Place This Month Of 

September. Parents/

Guardians Please Call Office 

For Appointment With Fr 

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Bring To Appointment 

Copy Of Baptismal 

Certificate Of Confirmandi (If 
Not Baptized At St Jxxiii) & $34 

For YouCat Bible. 

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Confirmand Must Attend 

Mass Every Sunday 

Sponsor  

Who Will Be The Sponsor?

Sacraments Of First Holy 

Communion & Reconciliation 

Grade 2 & Up 

Registration 

Takes Place In October.  

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Copy Of Baptismal Certificate Of 

Candidate (If Not Baptized At St 

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Mass Attendance 

First Holy Communion Families 

Must Attend Mass Every Sunday

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC 

CHURCH 

PART FOUR—CHRISTIAN PRAYER

Section One:

Prayer in the Christian Life

GUIDES FOR PRAYER

564. How are the saints guides for prayer?

The  saints  are  our  models  of  prayer.  We  also  ask
them to intercede before the Holy Trinity for us and
for the whole world. Their intercession is their most
exalted  service  to God’s  plan.  In  the  communion  of
saints,  throughout  the  history  of  the  Church,  there
have  developed  different  types  of  spiritualities  that
teach  us  how  to  live  and  to  practice  the  way  of
prayer.

565. Who can educate us in prayer?

The Christian family is the first place of education in
prayer.  Daily  family  prayer  is  particularly
recommended  because  it  is  the  first  witness  to  the
life  of  prayer  in  the  Church.  Catechesis,  prayer
groups,  and  “spiritual  direction”  constitute  a  school
of and a help to prayer.

566. What places are conducive to prayer?

One  can  pray  anywhere  but  the  choice  of  an
appropriate  place  is  not  a  matter  of  indifference
when  it  comes  to  prayer. The  church  is  the  proper
place for liturgical prayer and Eucharistic adoration.
Other places also help one to pray, such as a “prayer
corner” at home, a monastery or a shrine.

The Life of Prayer

567. What times are more suitable for prayer?

Any  time  is  suitable  for  prayer  but  the  Church
proposes  to  the  faithful  certain  rhythms  of  praying
intended  to  nourish  continual  prayer:  morning  and
evening  prayer,  prayer  before  and  after  meals,  the
Liturgy  of  the  Hours, Sunday  Eucharist,  the  Rosary,
and feasts of the liturgical year.

“We must remember God more often than
we draw breath.”

(Saint Gregory of Nazianzus)

568. What are the expressions of the life of prayer?
Christian  tradition  has  preserved  three  forms  for
expressing  and  living  prayer:  vocal  prayer,
meditation,  and  contemplative  prayer.  The  feature
common  to  all  of  them  is  the  recollection  of  the
heart.

EXPRESSIONS OF PRAYER

569. How can vocal prayer be described?

Vocal  prayer  associates  the  body  with  the  interior
prayer  of  the  heart.  Even  the  most  interior  prayer,
however,  cannot  dispense  with  vocal  prayer.  In  any
case  it  must  always  spring  from  a  personal  faith.
With  the  Our  Father  Jesus  has  taught  us  a  perfect
form of vocal prayer.

570. What is meditation?

Meditation is a prayerful reflection that begins above
all  in  the  Word  of  God  in  the  Bible.  Meditation
engages thought, imagination, emotion and desire in
order  to  deepen  our  faith,  convert  our  heart  and
fortify our will to follow Christ. It is a first step toward
the union of love with our Lord.

571. What is contemplative prayer?

Contemplative  prayer  is  a  simple  gaze  upon God  in
silence and love. It is a gift of God, a moment of pure
faith  during  which  the  one  praying  seeks  Christ,
surrenders  himself  to  the  loving  will  of  the  Father,
and  places  his  being  under  the  action  of  the  Holy
Spirit.  Saint  Teresa  of  Avila  defines  contemplative
prayer  as  the  intimate  sharing  of  friendship,  “in
which time is frequently taken to be alone with God
who we know loves us.”

COFFEE SUNDAY:

Last Sun of the Month

Co-Ordinators

9AM Mass: Coffee Sunday Group;

12:15PM Mass: Ailene & Jonathan & Mary

Thanks to these Volunteers for their generosity.

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

MEETING

Saturday, September 23, 1—3PM

APOLOGY

Fr  Joseph Ugochukwu  apologizes  to  those  of  you  who
attended  the  10AM  Labour  Day  Mass.  He  mistakenly
thought that it was at 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, Sept 24—Goal: $2,220. Total to Date:

$1850.45

MASS

INTENTIONS

Mon, Sep 11, 7PM:
      

+Rodolfo Rojas Sr.

Tues, Sep 12, 9AM:
     

+Roseanne Procope

Wed, Sep 13, 7PM:

       

+Brigida Lauzon

Thurs, Sep 14, 9AM:
       

+Juanita Sombreto

Fri, Sep 15, 7PM:

Jude & Elizabeth Thnksgv Intntion

Sat, Sep 16, 9AM
         +CatalinaGarcia&Thnksgv: Albert

_______________

   

Saturday, September 16
5:15PM: +Rochard Crosbie
Sunday, September 17
9AM:

BlaseQuiambao&Faustina DeLaCruz

12:15PM: +Serafin Landar
5:30PM: The Parishioners

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Sep 16—Friday, Sep 22

Sanctuary Tabernacle:

Chapel Tabernacle:

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meet 2

nd

& 4

th

Thursday of Month

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

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

NOVENA TO ST JOHN XXIII

October 6—14

Feast Day Sun, Oct 15. Reception after each Mass

NOVENA

To Saint Therese: Sun, Sep 24—Mon, Oct 2.

Feast Day Mass: Transferred to Tues, Oct 3 at

9AM

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VOCATIONS

“For where two or three are gathered in my

name, I am there among them.”

The community that gathers needs leadership;

consider the priesthood, diaconate or

consecrated life. Contact Fr. Chris Lemieux,

Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto at

416-968-0997.

vocations@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?

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

(Our very own Catholic Netflix)

*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.

PRAYERS FOR PEACE - ECUMENICAL

PRAYER SERVICE

TODAY—Sunday, September 10 @ 3PM

St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica

65 Bond St., Toronto

All are welcome to join us for an ecumenical

prayer service hosted by Cardinal Thomas

Collins, Archbishop of Toronto.

We remember victims of violence, terror and

persecution around the world, especially our

Christian brothers and sisters in Egypt and

throughout the Middle East. In the words of

Pope Francis: "Violence will not win over
violence. Violence is won over by peace!"

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

E v e r y  F r i d a y :

9 A M  t o  6 P M ,

concludes  with

evening  prayer

a

n

d

Benediction  at

5:40PM.  Come

f o r  a  f e w

minutes  or  an

hour  and  keep

watch  with  the

Lord.  Pray  for

o t h e r s ,  t h e

Church,  your

family, yourself.

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Feast: THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS—Thursday,
Sep 14:
Early  in  the  fourth  century,  Saint  Helena,  mother  of  the
Roman Emperor Constantine, went to Jerusalem in search
of  the  holy  places  of  Christ’s  life.  She  razed  the  second-
century  Temple  of  Aphrodite,  which  tradition  held  was
built over the Saviour’s tomb, and her son built the Basilica
of the Holy Sepulcher on that spot. During the excavation,
workers found three crosses. Legend has it that the one on
which  Jesus  died  was  identified  when  its  touch  healed  a
dying woman.

The cross immediately became an object of veneration. At
a Good Friday celebration in Jerusalem toward the end of
the fourth century, according to an eyewitness, the wood
was taken out of its silver container and placed on a table
together with the inscription Pilate ordered placed above
Jesus’ head: Then “all the people pass through one by one;
all  of  them  bow  down,  touching  the  cross  and  the
inscription, first with their foreheads, then with their eyes;
and, after kissing the cross, they move on.”

To  this  day  the  Eastern Churches, Catholic  and Orthodox
alike,  celebrate  the  Exaltation  of  the  Holy  Cross  on  the
September  anniversary  of  the  basilica’s  dedication.  The
feast  entered  the

Western  calendar  in

t h e  s e v e n t h

c e n t u r y  a f t e r

E m p e r o r

H e r a c l i u s

recovered  the

cross  from  the

Persians,  who

had  carried  it  off

in  614,  15  years

earlier.  According

to  the  story,  the

emperor intended

to  carry  the  cross

b a c k

i n t o

Jerusalem  himself,  but  was  unable  to  move  forward  until
he  took  off  his  imperial  garb  and  became  a  barefoot
pilgrim.

Reflection
The cross is today the universal image of Christian belief.
Countless generations of artists have turned it into a thing
of beauty to be carried in procession or worn as jewelry. To
the  eyes  of  the  first Christians,  it  had  no  beauty.  It  stood
outside too many city walls, decorated only with decaying
corpses,  as  a  threat  to  anyone  who  defied  Rome’s
authority—including  Christians  who  refused  sacrifice  to
Roman gods. Although believers spoke of the cross as the
instrument of salvation, it seldom appeared in Christian art
unless  disguised  as  an  anchor  or  the  Chi-Rho  until  after
Constantine’s edict of toleration.

Memorial: OUR LADY OF SORROWSFriday, Sept 15: For
a  while  there  were  two  feasts  in  honour  of  the Sorrowful
Mother: one going back to the 15th century, the other to
the 17th century. For a while both were celebrated by the
universal Church:  one  on  the  Friday  before  Palm Sunday,
the other in September.

The  principal  biblical  references  to  Mary’s  sorrows  are  in
Luke  2:35  and  John  19:26-27.  The  Lucan  passage  is
Simeon’s  prediction  about  a  sword  piercing  Mary’s  soul;
the Johannine passage relates Jesus’ words from the cross
to Mary and to the beloved disciple.

Many  early  Church

writers  interpret

the  sword  as  Mary’s

sorrows,  especially

as she saw Jesus die

on the cross. Thus,

the  two  passages

a r e  b r o u g h t

t o g e t h e r

a s

p r e d i c t i o n  a n d

fulfillment.

Saint Ambrose  in  particular  sees  Mary  as  a  sorrowful  yet
powerful  figure  at  the  cross.  Mary  stood  fearlessly  at  the
cross while others fled. Mary looked on her Son’s wounds
with  pity,  but  saw  in  them  the  salvation  of  the  world. As
Jesus hung on the cross, Mary did not fear to be killed, but
offered herself to her persecutors.

Reflection
John’s  account  of  Jesus’  death  is  highly  symbolic.  When
Jesus gives the beloved disciple to Mary, we are invited to
appreciate  Mary’s  role  in  the Church: She  symbolizes  the
Church;  the  beloved  disciple  represents  all  believers.  As
Mary  mothered  Jesus,  she  is  now  mother  to  all  his
followers. Furthermore, as Jesus died, he handed over his
Spirit.  Mary  and  the  Spirit  cooperate  in  begetting  new
children  of  God—almost  an  echo  of  Luke’s  account  of
Jesus’  conception.  Christians  can  trust  that  they  will
continue  to  experience  the  caring  presence  of  Mary  and
Jesus’ Spirit throughout their lives and throughout history.

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1,200 Dead; Up to 41 Million Affected in Asian Flooding

This  Sunday’s  Readings:  Ezekiel  33:7-9;  Psalm
95:1-2, 6-9; Romans 13:8-10; Matthew 18:15-20

As Ezekiel is appointed watchman over the house of
Israel in today’s first Reading, so Jesus in the Gospel
today  establishes  His  disciples  as  guardians  of  the
new Israel of God, the Church (see Galatians 6:16).

He also puts in place procedures for dealing with sin
and  breaches  of  the  faith,  building  on  laws  of
discipline  prescribed  by  Moses  for  Israel  (see
Leviticus 19:17-20; Deuteronomy 19:13). The heads of
the  new  Israel,  however,  receive  extraordinary
powers  –  similar  to  those  given  to  Peter  (see
Matthew  16:19). They  have  the  power  to  bind  and
loose, to forgive sins and to reconcile sinners in His
name (see John 20:21-23).

But  the  powers  He  gives  the  apostles  and  their
successors  depends  on  their  communion  with  Him.
As Ezekiel is only to teach what he hears God saying,
the  disciples  are  to  gather  in  His  name  and  to  pray
and seek the will of our heavenly Father.

But  today’s  readings  are  more  than  a  lesson  in
Church  order. They  also  suggest  how  we’re  to  deal
with  those  who  trespass  against  us,  a  theme  that
we’ll hear in next week’s readings as well.

Notice  that  both  the  Gospel  and  the  First  Reading
presume that believers have a duty to correct sinners
in our midst. Ezekiel is even told that he will be held
accountable for their souls if he fails to speak out and
try to correct them.

This  is  the  love  that  Paul  in  today’s  Epistle  says  we
owe  to  our  neighbours.  To  love  our  neighbours  as
ourselves  is  to  be  vitally  concerned  for  their
salvation. We must make every effort, as Jesus says,
to  win  our  brothers  and  sisters  back,  to  turn  them
from the false paths.

We should never correct out of anger, or a desire to
punish. Instead our message must be that of today’s
Psalm  –  urging  sinner  to  hear  God’s  voice,  not  to
harden their hearts, and to remember that He is the
one who made us, and the rock of our salvation.

“Brothers And Sisters Owe No One Anything, Except To Love One

Another; For The One Who Loves Another Has Fulfilled The Law.”

St Paul

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YOUTH GROUPS

Announcement

Please note the meeting time for God Squad

has changed to 6:00-8:00pm. I pray more

youth will be able to join us each week as we

gather to learn about God and our faith.

Next Kids of the Cross Night:

Friday, September 15, 2017 from 6:00 -

8:00pm in the Parish hall.

Next God Squad Night:

Friday, September 22, 2017 from 6:00 -

8:00pm in the Parish hall.

LIFECHAIN 

Annual day of public witness for children

killed by abortion

Please mark your calendar -- the next Life

Chain will be on Sun, Oct 1, 2PM—3PM

Location

4 Corners of DonMills Rd & Eglinton

How does it work?

Life Chain  is  an  easy  way  to  get  involved  in
pro-life. Show up for one hour, stand on the
side walk in silence with others who are not
ashamed to be a public witness, and pray for
an end to abortion and for those affected by
it.

CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

WHEN WILL THE WORLD END?

Question:
When does the Bible say the world will end?
Answer
When Jesus was asked this question, he said it was not for
him to disclose

(Matt. 24:36; see CCC 474, Mark 12:32, Acts 1:7)

. But the

end  will  inevitably  come,  and  any  number  of  false
predictions have taken place in recent centuries as various
commentators have attempted to read the "biblical signs
of the times.”
Regardless of whether the end of the world will come in
our  lifetimes,  we  know  that  we  will  have  to  face  our
particular judgments, which will undoubtedly be the end
of the world for each of us

(see CCC 1021-22)

.

TO BE SAFE, KEEP IT CATHOLIC

Question
Should a Catholic attend a Protestant Bible study?
Answer
I  would  recommend  caution.  First,  I  would  recommend
that  anyone  not  well-formed  in  the  Catholic  Faith  not
participate  in  such  a  study  but  rather  look  for  a  faithful
Catholic  Bible  study  or  other  formation  efforts  at  their
local parish. Such a Catholic would be susceptible to being
misled  regarding  Catholic  doctrine  and  related  biblical
support.
Even  if  you’re  well-formed  in  your  faith,  I  would
recommend  checking  out  Catholic.com  for  refresher
material,  including  the  classic  biblical  apologetics
overview on the Church, Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth.

WHAT IS DETRACTION?

Question
What  is  detraction?  What  are  some  basic  principles  to
help me examine my conscience with respect to this sin?
Answer
Detraction  destroys  the  reputation  and  honour  of  one's
neighbour  by  revealing  their  sins.  Honour  is  the  social
witness  given  to  human  dignity,  and  everyone  enjoys  a
natural  right  to  the  honour  of  his  name  and  reputation
and  to  respect.  Thus,  detraction  offends  against  the
virtues of justice and charity.
So the basic questions we need to ask ourselves when a
situation  arises  where  we  might  reveal  someone  else's
sins:
•What is my motivation for sharing this information?
•Am I trying to make myself look better or someone else
look worse?
•What  good,  if  any,  will  come  out  of  sharing  this
information?
•Am I taking pleasure in sharing this information?
•If the "shoe was on the other foot," would I feel someone
would be justified in sharing this about me or someone I
love?

INVITATION TO PARISHES TO JOIN

THE FAITH 150 BUILD WITH

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY -

OCTOBER 24 AND 25

The Faith 150 Build is a GTA-based initiative

and partnership between Habitat for

Humanity GTA and Faith in Canada 150.

This  interfaith  project  will  bring  together
representatives  from  numerous  faith
traditions  to  build  affordable  housing  for
those in need.
The  build  will  take  place  on  Oct  24  and  25
(8AM-4PM)  on  Pinery  Trail  in  Scarborough.
Participants  (18+)  are  asked  to  raise  a
minimum  $150  +  $25  registration  fee  to
participate.  If  you  have  a  group  of
parishioners who would like to join and help
a  family  in  need  of  affordable  housing,  you
a r e

a s k e d

t o

e m a i l

faith150build@habitatgta.ca by Oct 6.

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

September 10, 2017 

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New Patients are welcome

 

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 Sunday In Ordinary Time           

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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.