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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.

Catholic Cemeteries

Head Office: 416-733-8544

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/

CONFIRMATION UPCOMING

Session 4

Wed Jan 31, at 7:30PM

Mass & Stations of the Cross

Fri, Feb 16 @ 7PM

Parents & Sponsors Meeting with Fr

Simon

Wed, Feb 21—7:30PM-8:15PM

Receive the Nicene Creed

Sat, Feb 24 @ 5:15PM Mass

BOOK & MEDIA FAIR

WITH

FINE DINING

Next Weekend

Sat Feb 3 & Sun Feb 4

We welcome Sister Carly Paula of

the  Daughters  of  St  Paul  to  our

parish  at  all  our  Masses  on  the

above dates.

After  each  Mass  you  are  invited

d o w n  f o r  a  fi n e  d i n n i n g

experience.

Before or after Mass you will find

an extensive selection of Catholic

Bibles,  Books,  Music  CDs,  and

DVD movies for all ages. You are

certain  to  find  something

inspiring for your self and others.

Info: about life and mission of

Daughters of St Paul, www.pauline.org

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Part One—The Profession of Faith

“Jesus Christ was conceived by the power

of the Holy Spirit, and was born of the Virgin Mary”

90. Did the incarnate Son of God have a soul with

human knowledge?

The  Son  of  God  assumed  a  body  animated  by  a
rational  human  soul. With  his  human  intellect Jesus
learned many things by way of experience; but also
as  man  the  Son  of  God  had  an  intimate  and
immediate knowledge of God his Father. He likewise
understood  people’s  secret  thoughts  and  he  knew
fully the eternal plans which he had come to reveal.

91. How did the two wills of the incarnate Word

cooperate?

Jesus had a divine will and a human will. In his earthly
life  the  Son  of  God  humanly  willed  all  that  he  had
divinely decided with the Father and the Holy Spirit
for  our  salvation. The  human  will  of Christ  followed
without opposition or reluctance the divine will or, in
other words, it was subject to it.

92. Did Christ have a true human body?

Christ  assumed  a  true  human  body  by  means  of
which  the  invisible  God  became  visible.  This  is  the
reason why Christ can be represented and venerated
in sacred images.

93. What does the heart of Jesus exemplify?

Jesus knew us and loved us with a human heart. His
Heart, pierced for our salvation, is the symbol of that
infinite love with which he loves the Father and each
one of us.

94. What is the meaning of the expression

“conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit...”?

This  expression  means  that  the  Virgin  Mary
conceived the eternal Son in her womb by the power
of the Holy Spirit without the cooperation of a man.
The angel told her at the Annunciation that “the Holy
Spirit will come upon you”

(Luke 1:35)

.

95. “...Born of the Virgin Mary”: Why is Mary truly

the Mother of God?

Mary  is  truly  the  Mother  of God  because  she  is  the
Mother  of  Jesus

(John  2:1,  John  19:25)

. The  One  who  was

conceived  by  the  power  of  the  Holy  Spirit  and
became  truly  her Son  is  actually  the  eternal Son  of
God the Father. He is God himself.

PRAY FOR THE JANUARY MISSION

INTENTION


Religious Minorities in Asia”

That Christians, and other religious minorities in

Asian countries, may be able to practise their

faith in full freedom.

LENTEN PILGRIMAGE TO ISRAEL

March 15-26, 2018

With Fr. Michael Scherrey, Companions of the

Cross. 12 days following in the footsteps of

Jesus, Mary & the apostles. Price includes

everything except lunches. $3849 per person

(double occup.) Departing from Toronto.

CONTACT: Laurie Courchesne-Dooley PHONE:

613-732-5739 EMAIL: lafrcodo@outlook.com

CANADA SUMMER JOBS PROGRAM -

BE INFORMED & REACH OUT TO YOUR

MP

The federal government has introduced new
requirements for employers applying for the

Canada Summer Jobs grant. To be eligible for

funding, employers must attest that both the job

and the organization’s core mandate respect

certain “values” as determined by the federal

government including the government’s position

on abortion, sexual orientation and gender

identity or expression.

Organizations unable or unwilling to make this

attestation in whole or in part will be deemed

ineligible for the grant. This requirement is clearly

unjust.

Many Catholic organizations throughout the

Archdiocese of Toronto and many other faiths

involved in charitable activity at soup kitchens,

shelters, refugee welcome centres or summer

camps are impacted by this decision.

Please take the time to send a letter to send to

your MP and the Minister responsible for this

portfolio.

Sample letters are included in this bulletin

handout—please choose one and send it to your

Member of Parliament.

Our Member of Parliament—YASMIN RATANSI

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A6

Mail may be sent postage-free to any Member of

Parliament.

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WONDERFULLY GREAT THINGS

Children’s Choir: Grade 1--Grade 8.

Returns in March

Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sun @ 5:30PM Mass

Chalice Children’s Collection

Sun, Jan 28—Goal: $2,220. Total to Date:

$1850.45

MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, Jan 29, 7PM:

Thanksgiving by Zeny

Tues Jan 30, 9AM:
    

Health of Edith

Wed Jan 31, 7PM:
       

+Petra Damasco

Thurs Feb 1, 9AM
       

Thanksgiving by Hayde

Fri Feb 2, 7PM:
       

Thanksgiving by Siony Villar

Sat Feb 3, 9AM
             Thanksgiving by Nanay Deling

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Saturday, February 3
5:15PM: +Luciano Perlas
Sunday, February 4
9AM: The Parishioners
12:15PM:+Tarcila,Wendel,Danilo & Petra
5:30PM:+Claro Sirios,Zacarias sr/jr Balde

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, Feb 3—Friday, Feb 9

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Souls in Purgatory

Chapel Tabernacle: +Klara Zathmarie

COFFEE SUNDAY:

Last Sun of the Month

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

Thank you Volunteers for your generosity.

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.

COMMUNION FOR THE SICK & SHUT-INS

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

FORMED

The Catholic Faith On Demand—Free To You

Movies, documentaries, apologetics, youth, faith

formation, Bible studies, current topics, youth;

talks, audio dramas, audio books. Spanish too. Go

to “formed.org”; input our parish access code:

MRFX27; fill out your profile and password.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$2,569.35

To break even weekly—$3,000 needed.

CONFIRMATION—UPCOMING

Session 4—Wed Jan 31, at 7:30PM

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION—UPCOMING

2nd Test—Section 2—Reconciliation

This is preparation for the young people’s first

Confession. Make appointment for last week of

January or anytime in Feb. First Confession will be

on Sat, March 17 @ 11AM in the Church.

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meets after 9AM Mass on the 2

nd

& 4

th

Thurs of

Month—Next Meeting IS THURSDAY, Feb 8

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VOCATIONS

Pray to know how God wants to use your talents

and abilities.

Could it be He is calling you to consider

priesthood, religious life or deaconate? If God is

calling you to be a priest, religious, or permanent
deacon, call Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation Director,

Archdiocese of Toronto 416-968-0997


vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

NEXT CATHOLIC MOM’S GROUP

Next Meeting is Saturday, Jan 27, 1—3PM

SMILE

Patient to his doctor: I have forgotten so many

things lately, and it’s getting worse. What can I

do?

Doctor: Yes, this is a known illness,

unfortunately it has no cure. I’d also like to

remind you about the 800 USD that you owe

me?

_________

Husband: “Oh the weather is lovely today. Shall

we go out for a quick jog?“

Wife: “Hahaha, I love the way you pronounce

‘Shall we go out and have a cake’!”

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

a t  5 : 4 0 P M .

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

Church,  your

family, yourself.

2018 ENVELOPES

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP.

Envelope users are the major supporters of our

Parish. We depend on you. THANK YOU!

For regular users, if there are changes in address
and contact info please advice the office.

FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH

OVERNIGHT VIGIL

St John XXIII—ADORATION CHAPEL

Next First Friday: February 2.

Vigil Begins Fri 7:30PM and ends Sat 7:30AM

Contact: Elaine Shaver—647-713-1198

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE

THEOLOGY OF THE BODY: WHY YOUR

MATTER MATTERS

Sat, Feb 03 at 9:30AM

St. Augustine's Seminary, 2661 Kingston Rd.,

Join us for a day to learn about "An Introduction
to  the  Theology  of  the  Body:  Why Your  Matter
Matters".  From  9:30  a.m.  to  3  p.m.  in  the
Ambrozic  room.  Mass  will  be  celebrated  in  the
seminary chapel followed by lunch.

CONTACT: St. Augustine's Seminary of Toronto

PHONE: 416-261-7207

EMAIL: ioft@sastoronto.org

WEBSITE: http://www.staugustines.on.ca/

CELEBRATE YOUR MARRIAGE WITH A

WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER

WEEKEND!

Celebrate your love and take a fresh look at

your marriage!

Spend a very special weekend together. A

Weekend of discovery…a lifetime of love!

Worldwide Marriage Encounter is a weekend

getaway that helps married couples rediscover

themselves as individuals and as a couple. The

Weekend format helps couples communicate

openly and honestly without group sharing,

therapy or marriage counselling.

Upcoming Weekend: March 2-4, 2018 please go

to www.wwme.org or contact:

Gerard & Marge McCauley at

gerard.marge@rogers.com or (905) 792-1925.

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FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Feast:  The  Presentation  of  the  Lord—Friday,

Feb  2:

A

t  the  end  of  the  fourth  century,  a  woman

named Etheria made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Her
journal, discovered in 1887, gives an unprecedented
glimpse  of  liturgical  life  there.  Among  the
celebrations  she  describes  is  the  Epiphany,  the
observance of Christ’s birth, and the gala procession
in honour of his Presentation in the Temple 40 days
later. (Under the Mosaic Law, a woman was ritually
“unclean” for 40 days after childbirth, when she was
to present herself to the priests and offer sacrifice—
her  “purification.”  Contact  with  anyone  who  had
brushed  against  mystery—birth  or  death—excluded
a  person  from  Jewish  worship.)  This  feast
emphasizes  Jesus’  first  appearance  in  the  Temple
more than Mary’s purification.

The  observance  spread  throughout  the  Western
Church in the fifth and sixth centuries. Because the
Church  in  the  West  celebrated  Jesus’  birth  on
December  25,  the  Presentation  was  moved  to
February 2, 40 days after Christmas.

At the beginning of the eighth century, Pope Sergius
inaugurated  a  candlelight  procession;  at  the  end  of
the  same  century  the  blessing  and  distribution  of
candles which continues to this day became part of
the  celebration,  giving  the  feast  its  popular  name:
Candlemas.

Reflection: In Luke’s account, Jesus was welcomed in
the  temple  by  two  elderly  people,  Simeon  and  the
widow.  They  embody  Israel  in  their  patient
expectation;  they  acknowledge  the  infant  Jesus  as
the  long-awaited  Messiah.  Early  references  to  the
Roman feast dub it the feast of Saint Simeon, the old
man who burst into a song of joy which the Church
still sings at day’s end.

COUNTDOWN FOR LENT BEGINS

When Is Ash Wednesday?—February 14

What is Ash Wednesday?

This day marks the beginning of Lent. We attend

Mass on this day and receive the Ashes on the

forehead as a sign of sorrow for sin and as sign of

our intention to become more faithful.

What is Lent?

Lent is the penitential season of the Church’s year. It

is 40 days of preparation to renew our Baptismal

vows on Easter Sunday. During this time we seek

closer union with the Lord through increasing the

disciplines of fasting, prayer, and giving of alms

(charitable giving).

Lenten Fast & Abstinence

Catholics are obligated to Fast & Abstain from meat

on Ash Wednesday & Good Friday.

The Fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

The required fast on Ash Wed and Good Friday

involves eating only one full meal on those days.

One or two smaller meals may be taken on those

days, but may not total one full meal. The required

fast does not allow eating anything between meals.

Abstinence on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday

Abstinence on these days from meat does not
intend the omission of eggs or dairy products.

Age Requirements

"All Catholics who have completed their 14th year

are bound by the law of abstinence; all adults are

bound by the law of fast up to the beginning of their

60th year.

Fridays of the Year

It is a requirement of our Faith that we abstain from

meat on all the Fridays of the year (except on

Solemnities) in commemoration of our Saviour’s

death.

BLESSING OF CANDLES

Bring Your Candles

Candles Will Be Blessed At the Mass for the Feast of the

Presentation of the Lord—Friday, Feb 2.

BLESSING OF THE THROATS

Feast of St Blaise

Takes place after THE 9AM Mass on Sat, Feb 3

FEAST OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES

Mass—Friday, Feb 9 @ 7PM

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be

celebrated at this Mass.

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This Sunday’s Readings: Dt 18:15–20; Ps 95:1–2, 6–
9; 1 Cor 7:32–35; Mk 1:21–28

Last  week, Jesus  announced  the  kingdom  of God  is
at hand. This week, in mighty words and deeds, He
exercises  His  dominion—asserting  royal  authority
over the ruler of this world, Satan (see John 12:31).

Notice that today’s events take place on the sabbath.
The sabbath was to be an everlasting sign—both of
God’s  covenant  love  for  His  creation  (see  Exodus
20:8–11;  31:12–17),  and  His  deliverance  of  his
covenant  people,  Israel,  from  slavery  (see
Deuteronomy 6:12–15).

On  this  sabbath, Jesus  signals  a  new  creation—that
the  Holy  One  has  come  to  purify  His  people  and
deliver the world from evil.

“With an unclean spirit” is biblical language for a man
possessed  by  a  demon,  Satan  being  the  prince  of
demons (see Mark 3:22).

The  demons’  question:  “What  have  you  to  do  with
us?” is often used in Old Testament scenes of combat
and judgment (see Judges 11:12; 1 Kings 17:18).

And  as  God  by  His  word  “rebuked”  the  forces  of
chaos  in  creating  the  world  (see  Psalms  104:7;  Job
26:10–12),  and  again  rebuked  the  Red  Sea  so  the
Israelites  could  make  their  exodus  (see  Psalms
106:9),  Mark  uses  the  same  word  to  describe  Jesus
rebuking the demons (see Mark 4:39; Zechariah 3:2).

Jesus  is  the  prophet  foretold  by  Moses  in  today’s
First  Reading  (see  Acts  3:22).  Though  He  has
authority over heaven and earth (see Daniel 7:14,27;
Revelation  12:10),  He  becomes  one  of  our  own
kinsmen.

He comes to rebuke the forces of evil and chaos—not
only in the world, but in our lives. He wants to make
us  holy  in  body  and  spirit,  as  Paul  says  in  today’s
Epistle (see Exodus 31:12).

In this liturgy, we hear His voice and “see” His works,
as  we  sing  in  today’s  Psalm.  And  as  Moses  tells  us
today, we should listen to Him.

“He Commands Even The Unclean

Spirits—And They Obey Him”

The People

DR. SCOTT HAHN

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

WHO MAY RECEIVE THE ANOINTING OF THE

SICK?

Question
May  a  person  who  is  not  physically  ill  (but  is
mentally  or  spiritually  ill  or  suffering  from
addiction, etc.) receive the anointing of the sick?
Answer
This is a great question! The fact is that anyone
who is baptized and of the age where he can go
to confession is able to receive the sacrament of
the anointing of the sick validly.

However, the discipline of the Roman rite Church
restricts the reception of this sacrament to those
who  on  account  of  age  or  infirmity  are  in  some
grave danger. They do not have to be dying, but
their  condition  should  be  supposed  serious.  In
the  Byzantine  rite  of  the  Catholic  Church,
everyone  is  allowed  to  receive  this  sacrament
once  a  year  on  Holy Wednesday  of  Holy Week.
The  tendency  in  the  Roman  rite  nowadays  is  to
be rather permissive in giving this sacrament, as
one  can  see  with  the  various  Masses  that  are
celebrated  for  the  sick  generally.  Everyone  is
allowed  to  come  forward  who  wants  to,  and
there  is  no  questioning  of  whether  persons  are
seriously ill or not.

The fact is that the effect of the anointing of the
sick is precisely the removal of the remains of sin
(the fomes,   or "kindling" ) in the soul in view of
death  and  judgment,  so  it  is  a  kind  of
"confirmation" complementing the sacrament of
penance that removes sin itself. This sacrament is
a  kind  of  strengthening  of  the  effects  of
sacramental  confession,  as  confirmation
strengthens the effect of baptism.

So,  I  think  the  practical  solution  is  to  seek  this
sacrament  according  to  your  best  judgment
when  you  attend  a  general  Mass  for  the
communal  anointing  of  the  sick  but  to  limit
requests for an individual appointment for times
of  obvious  serious  illness.  You  can  also  visit  a
Byzantine  Catholic  church  on  Holy  Wednesday
each  year,  which  would  be  an  enriching
experience.

YOUTH GROUPS

Next God Squad Night: Lesson

Fri, Feb 1 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall.

Next Kids of the Cross Night: Social

Friday, Feb 9 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the Parish hall.

Announcements:

Catholic Women’s League from St. John XXIII Parish

Council

Have, for the third year in a row, invited our youth ministry

to participate in youth awards taking place throughout the

Diocese. This year, there are two contests, one service

award, and one scholarship that youth in our Parish can

apply for.

Mary Matthews Public Speaking Contest

Grade 7 and 8 students are invited to prepare a speech with

a topic of their choice. We are looking for two youth to

represent St. John XXIII Parish. Details regarding criteria
and prizes can be found in packages that are available in
the youth minister’s office. Deadlines: Parish Level: Sat,
Feb 10, 2018; at 10:00 am; St. John XXIII parish. Regional

Level: Sunday, March 4, 2018; 1:30-3:00 St John XXIII

parish. Toronto Diocese Level: Sunday, March 25, 2018;
12:30-4:00 pm; St. Timothy's parish; 21 Leith Road (Don

Mills Rd and Sheppard Ave. East.

Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay & Poetry Contest

The Mary Dobell Pro-Life Essay & Poetry Contest supports

and encourages an awareness and positive attitude

towards a broad range of pro-life issues. We are looking for

two intermediate level students (grades 7-9) to write an

essay and poem, and two senior level students (grades
10-12) to write an essay and a poem. Details regarding

criteria and prizes can be found in packages that are

available in the youth minister’s office. Deadline:

Wednesday, February 28, 2018.

Jean McCann Service Award

The Jean McCann Service Award for youth recognizes and

affirms the role played in our Parishes by our confirmed

Catholic youth ages 15-18. It is hoped that by recognizing a

young person with this award we can emphasize the

necessity of service to others and show appreciation to

those young people who are taking the Gospel message

seriously. There is an application form to be completed

with a written submission component. Details regarding

criteria and prizes can be found in packages that are

available in the youth minister’s office. Deadline:

Wednesday, February 21, 2018.

University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College Scholarship

This scholarship is open to any young woman who is of the

Catholic faith, who is completing her secondary school

education, and who had indicated on her application to the

University of Toronto that St. Michael’s College is her first

college of choice. The applicant must be entering the

Faculty of Arts and Sciences in one of the following areas of

study: Commerce, Computer Science, Humanities and

Social Sciences, or Sciences. The value of this non-
renewable scholarship is $3,000. Details regarding

eligibility can be found in packages that are available in the

youth minister’s office.

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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.

FERTILITYCARE TORONTO

Catholic Women’s Fertility Health

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of the family planning system you’re using?

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Would you like to follow your faith but don’t know a

reliable, scientific family planning method?

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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 /

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