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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH—CLOSED FOR NOW 

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Ms Hayde Ayala; Office: 416-429-4000; HoursFr Simon is monitoring phones.

Email: saintjohnxx_iiiparish@outlook.com. Website: http://saintjohnxxiiiparish.ca/

ShareLife: https://www.sharelife.org/Public/Home.aspx

POPE FRANCIS’
Litany of Supplication

WE ADORE YOU, O LORD
True God and true man, truly
present in this Holy
Sacrament,

We adore you, O Lord.
Our Savior, God-with-us,
faithful and rich in mercy,

We adore you, O Lord.
King and Lord of creation and
history,

We adore you, O Lord.
Conqueror of sin and death,

We adore you, O Lord.
Friend of humankind, risen
and living at the right hand of
the Father,

We adore you, O Lord.

WE BELIEVE IN YOU, O
LORD
Only begotten Son of the
Father, Who descended from
Heaven for our salvation,

We believe in you, O Lord.
Heavenly doctor, who inclines
over our misery,

We believe in you, O Lord.

Sacrificed Lamb, who offers
Himself to save us from evil,

We believe in you, O Lord.
Good Shepherd, who gives
his life for the flock he loves,

We believe in you, O Lord.
Living bread and medicine of
immortality, who gives us
Life eternal,

We believe in you, O Lord.

FREE US, O LORD
From the power of Satan and
the seductions of the world,

Free us, O Lord.
From pride and from the
presumption that we can do
without you,

Free us, O Lord.
From the deceptions of fear
and anguish,

Free us, O Lord.
From unbelief and despair,

Free us, O Lord.
From hardness of heart and
the incapacity to love,

Free us, O Lord.

SAVE US, O LORD
From all the evils that afflict
humanity,

Save us, O Lord.

From hunger, famine and
egoism,

Save us, O Lord.
From disease, epidemics and
fear of our brothers and
sisters,

Save us, O Lord.
From devastating folly, from
merciless interests and from
violence,

Save us, O Lord.
From deception,
misinformation and
manipulation of consciences,

Save us, O Lord.

CONSOLE US, O LORD
Look upon your Church,
which is crossing the desert,

Console us, O Lord.
Look upon humanity, terrified
by fear and anguish,

Console us, O Lord.
Look upon the sick and dying,
oppressed by loneliness,

Console us, O Lord.
Look upon doctors and health
care workers, overwhelmed
by fatigue,

Console us, O Lord.
Look upon politicians and
administrators, who bear the

weight of decisions,

Console us, O Lord.

GIVE US YOUR SPIRIT, O
LORD
In the hour of trial and
confusion,

Give us your Spirit, O Lord.
In temptation and in
weakness,

Give us your Spirit, O Lord.
In the battle against evil and
sin,

Give us your Spirit, O Lord.
In the search for true good
and true joy,

Give us your Spirit, O Lord.
In the decision to remain in
You and in Your friendship,

Give us your Spirit, O Lord.

OPEN US TO HOPE, O LORD
If sin oppresses us,

Open us to hope, O Lord.
If hate closes our hearts,

Open us to hope, O Lord.
If suffering visits us,

Open us to hope, O Lord.
If indifference distresses us,

Open us to hope, O Lord.
If death annihilates us,

Open us to hope, O Lord.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !2

HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO KEEP SUNDAY HOLY

IN COVID 19 TIMES

1. Watch a live-stream of the Mass
The  Archbishop,  Cardinal  Collins,  will  be  live-streaming
daily  Mass  from  St.  Michael's  Cathedral  Basilica  at
7:30 a.m. Monday through to Sunday.

While  digital  participation  can  never  replace  actual
p r e s e n c e  a t  M a s s ,  l i v e - s t r e a m  M a s s  h t t p s : / /
www.archtoronto.org  is  a  great  way  of  keeping  our
connection  with  the  Mass  when  it  is  not  possible  to  be
there in person. We can make an offering in our heart to be
united spiritually to this offering, which is more spiritually
efficacious  than  any  other  prayer.  We  should  silence  our
phones,  eliminate  (as  best  we  can!)  distractions  in  our
home,  and  try  to  give  all  of  our  attention  to  what  is
happening  at  the  Mass  so  we  can  fully  participate  in  this
remote way.

2. Make a spiritual communion
An ancient practice of the Church for those who cannot be
present at Mass is to make a spiritual communion. We have
a simple prayer you can pray with longing in your heart to
be united to Jesus.

My  Jesus,  I  believe  that  you  are  present  in  the  most
Blessed  Sacrament.  I  love You  above  all  things  and  I
desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot now
receive  You  sacramentally,  come  at  least  spiritually
into  my  heart.  I  embrace You  as  if You  were  already
there, and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me
to be separated from You. Amen. St. Alphonsus Liguori

3. Read the Sunday readings as a family
These can easily be found at usccb.org/bible. by clicking on
“Today’s Readings.” Magnificat (a daily prayer book) is also
offering  free  digital  resources  during  this  time,  including
the Sunday readings and a reflection.

Reading  Scripture  individually  or  together  with  others—
especially in our families—is an excellent spiritual practice.
Catholics  “commit  to  forming  your  family  in  the  love  and
power of sacred Scripture by placing it at the centre of your
family life. Study and reflect on Scripture, especially on the
Sunday readings.” Archbishop Vigneron

4. Check in on those around you
Because  those  who  are  older  are  most  susceptible  to
complications  from  COVID-19,  health  official  are
encouraging  them  to  minimize  their  time  away  from
home.  It  is  a  great  act  of  charity  to  reach  out  to  these
brothers and sisters in our faith communities to check in on
them.  Do  they  need  groceries  or  help  with  something  in
their homes? Caring for each other — especially those who
are most vulnerable during this time — is a demand of the
Gospel. It is the enactment of our life as joyful missionary
disciples.

5. Pray a family Rosary
Reclaim  the  Rosary  as  a  way  to  be  united  to  Mary,  the
Mother of Jesus and the Mother of the Church. She is the
perfect model of a disciple and our great intercessor. If you
don’t know how to pray this prayer, check out the youtube
video  from  the  Franciscan  Friars  of  the  Renewal  and  pray
along with them.

RECONCILIATION WITH THE LORD IN THE

ABSENCE OF THE SACRAMENT OF

CONFESSION

Act of Contrition (traditional)

O  my God,  I  am  heartily  sorry  for  having  offended Thee,
and  I  detest  all  my  sins  because  of  thy  just  punishments,
but  most  of  all  because  they  offend Thee,  my  God,  who
art  all  good  and  deserving  of  all  my  love.  I  firmly  resolve
with the help of Thy grace to sin no more and to avoid the
near occasion of sin. Amen.

Act of Contrition (alternate form)

My  God,  I  am  sorry  for  my  sins  with  all  my  heart.  In
choosing to do wrong and failing to do good, I have sinned
against  you  whom  I  should  love  above  all  things.  I  firmly
intend, with your help, to do penance, to sin no more, and
to  avoid  whatever  leads  me  to  sin.  Our  SavioUr  Jesus
Christ suffered and died for us. In his name, my God, have
mercy.

Acts of Contrition inspired by the Gospels

Father of mercy, like the prodigal son I return to you and
say: "I have sinned against you and am no longer worthy
to be called your child.”

Christ  Jesus,  Saviour  of  the  world,  I  pray  with  the
repentant  thief  to  whom  you  promised  Paradise:  "Lord,
remember me in your kingdom.”

Holy  Spirit,  fountain  of  love,  I  call  on  you  with  trust:
"Purify my heart, and help me to walk as a child of light."

Lord Jesus,  you  opened  the  eyes  of  the  blind,  healed  the
sick,  forgave  the  sinful  woman,  and  after  Peter's  denial
confirmed  him  in  your  love.  Listen  to  my  prayer:  forgive
all my sins, renew your love in my heart, help me to live in
perfect  unity  with  my  fellow  Christians  that  I  may
proclaim your saving power to all the world.

An Act of Contrition to Our Lord Jesus

Lord Jesus, you chose to be called the friend of sinners. By
your saving death and resurrection free me from my sins.
May  your  peace  take  root  in  my  heart  and  bring  forth  a
harvest of love, holiness, and truth.

An Act of Contrition inspired by Psalm 51

Lord  God,  in  your  goodness  have  mercy  on  me:  do  not
look on my sins, but take away all my guilt. Create in me a
clean heart and renew within me an upright spirit.

The Jesus Prayer

Lord Jesus, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !3

CHALICE CHILDREN’S COLLECTION

Next Collection Sunday, February Collection: $266.50

MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, April, 13: 7:30AM
           +Osmund&UrsulaNewman&Michael deSilva
Tues, April 14: 7:30AM
          
+Keith Gonsalvez
Wed, April 15: 7:30AM
            Thanksgiving of Linda & Alexis
Thurs, April 16: 7:30AM
            +Iluminada Patayan      
Fri, April 17: 7:30AM
            +Carmello & Dalmapa Schiavone
Sat, April 11: 7:30AM 
           Intention of Rhoel Patag

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Sunday, April 12
7:30AM
+Laura Boudreau
+Alfonso Perlas
+Eugenio & Caridad Palconit
The Parishioners

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, April 12—Friday, April 17.

Sanctuary Tabernacle—+Isagani & Lerma

& Chapel Tabernacle—

INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP

Need Prayer Help?

Call Beth: 416-467-6492. Intention will be emailed out to

this prayer community. Only first name & intention will

be shared.

COMMUNION FOR THE SICK & SHUT-INS

CALL PARISH OFFICE AND LET US KNOW—

416-429-4000. SUSPENDED FOR NOW

PRAY FOR THE HOLY FATHER, POPE

FRANCIS’, APRIL MISSION INTENTION

Freedom from Addiction

We pray that those suffering from addiction may be

helped and accompanied.

MIRACULOUS HELP

The  first  known  miracle  worked  by  Our
Lady  was  at  the  wedding  feast  of Cana
when  she  obtained  from  her  Son  the
conversion  of  water  into  wine.  So,  too,
she can obtain a miraculous intercession
with her Son for our poor Creation.

Prayer  for  Protection  in  Time  of
Pandemic…
O Mary, you always brighten our path as
a  sign  of  salvation  and  of  hope.  We
entrust  ourselves  to  you,  Health  of  the
Sick,  who,  at  the  Cross,  took  part  in
Jesus’  pain  while  remaining  steadfast  in
faith.  O  loving  Mother,  you  know  what
we  need,  and  we  are  confident  you  will
provide  for  us  as  at  Cana  in  Galilee.
Intercede for us with your Son Jesus, the
Divine  Physician,  for  those  who  have
fallen  ill,  for  those  who  are  vulnerable,
and  for  those  who  have  died.  Intercede
also  for  those  charged  with  protecting
the  health  and  safety  of  others  and  for
those  who  are  tending  to  the  sick  and
seeking  a  cure.  Help  us,  O  Mother  of
Divine  Love,  to  conform  to  the  will  of
the  Father  and  to  do  as  we  are  told  by
Jesus,  who  took  upon  himself  our
sufferings and carried our sorrows, so as
to  lead  us,  through  the  Cross,  to  the
glory  of  the  Resurrection. Amen.  Under
your  protection  we  seek  refuge, O  Holy
Mother of God. In our needs, despise not
our petitions, but deliver us always from
all  dangers,  O  glorious  and  blessed
Virgin. Amen.

THE WISDOM OF

POPE, SAINT JOHN XXIII

“Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams.

Think not about your frustrations, but about your

unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you

tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you

to do”

SACRAMENTS OF FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

Mass of First Communion

Saturday, April 25—May be Cancelled

SACRAMENT OF HOLY CONFIRMATION

Mass—Sat, May 2 @ 5:15PM—May be Cancelled.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !4

OUR REFUGEE FAMILY

DELAYED

Our Family have been told they cannot travel

to Canada until COVID 19 is over.

Donations

GTA  Iraqi  Community:  $5,000/Anonymous:
$5,000;  Parishioners  &  Parish  Fundraisers:
$12,026.15;  Parish  Bequests:  $23,773.85;
Parish  Funds:  $500  (processing  fees)  Total:
$46,300.00

DVD LENDING LIBRARY

Please Return DVDs

Do you have a DVD at home which you have forgotten to

return? Lent it out? Please get them back! Many of the

DVDs have been missing for too long.

PRAYER

Mercy. Ask. Thanksgiving. Adoration.

(M. A. T. A.)

Begin with seeking Mercy. / Continue by Asking for grace. /

Move on to be amazed and Thankful for all His gifts. /

Finally, Marvel in Adoration of His holy light.

(Don’t be surprised if your prayer does not follow the above order)

SMILE

CORONA VIRUS PRAYER

Jesus  Christ,  you  traveled  through  towns  and
villages  “curing  every  disease  and  illness.”  At
your  command,  the  sick  were  made  well.
Come to our aid now, in the midst of the global
spread  of  the  coronavirus,  that  we  may
experience  your  healing  love.  Heal  those  who
are  sick  with  the  virus.  May  they  regain  their
strength  and  health  through  quality  medical
care.  Heal  us  from  our  fear,  which  prevents
nations from working together and neighbours
from  helping  one  another.  Heal  us  from  our
pride, which can make us claim invulnerability
to a disease that knows no borders.

Jesus  Christ,  you  traveled  through  towns  and
villages  “curing  every  disease  and  illness.”
Come to our aid now, that we may experience
your  healing  love.    Jesus  Christ,  healer  of  all,
stay by our side in this time of uncertainty and
sorrow. Be with those who have died from the
virus.  May  they  be  at  rest  with  you  in  your
eternal  peace.  Be  with  the  families  of  those
who  are  sick  or  have  died. As  they  worry  and
grieve,  defend  them  from  illness  and  despair.
May  they  know  your  peace.  Be  with  the
doctors,  nurses,  researchers,  medical
professionals,  and  support  workers  who  seek
to  heal  and  help  those  affected  and  who  put
themselves  at  risk  in  the  process.  May  they
know your protection and peace.

Be  with  the  leaders  of  all  nations.  Give  them
the  foresight  to  act  with  charity  and  true
concern  for  the  well-being  of  the  people  they
are  meant  to  serve. Give  them  the  wisdom  to
invest  in  long-term  solutions  that  will  help
prepare  for  or  prevent  future  outbreaks.  May
they  know  your  peace,  as  they  work  together
to achieve it on earth.

Whether  we  are  home  or  abroad,  surrounded
by  many  people  suffering  from  this  illness  or
only  a  few,  Jesus  Christ,  stay  with  us  as  we
endure  and  mourn,  persist  and  prepare.  In
place of our anxiety, give us your peace.
Jesus Christ, heal us.

-AMERICA MAGAZINE

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               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !5

THE OCTAVE OF EASTER

Easter Sunday and the following seven days

present a special time to bask in the glory of the

resurrection.

The  Octave  of  Easter  is  one  of  the  lesser  known
liturgical  celebrations  in  the  Catholic  Church.  It
includes  Easter  Sunday  and  the  seven  days  that
follow,  culminating  in  the  celebration  of  Divine
Mercy Sunday (also known as the Second Sunday of
Easter).

Starting  from  at  least  the  3rd  or  4th  century,
Christians began to extend certain feasts beyond the
initial day. This meant that the joyous celebrations of
Easter Sunday were prolonged and lasted a full eight
days.

In fact, Christians treated each day in the octave as if
it  were  Easter  Sunday.  This  tradition  has  been
preserved  by  the  Roman  Rite  and  many  of  the
Eastern  Rites,  where  the  liturgical  readings  and
actions of each day mimic what happened on Easter
Sunday.

The  St.  Andrew  Daily  Missal  further  explains  the
connection  the  Easter  Octave  had  to  the  newly
baptized members of the Catholic Church.

The Octave  of  Easter,  during  which  formerly  no
servile  work  was  done,  was  one  continual  feast.
Each  day  the  neophytes  attended  Mass  at  a
[different  church  in  Rome],  at  which  they
received  Holy  Communion.  In  the  evening  they
went  to  Saint  John  Lateran  for  the  Office  of
Evening Prayer.

Furthermore,  the  newly  baptized  would  wear  their
baptismal gowns during the entire octave. According
to  the Catholic  Encyclopedia,  the Second Sunday  of
Easter  “was  consequently  known  as  dominica  in
albis (deponendis), the Sunday of the (laying aside of
the) white garments.”

While  these  particular  baptismal  traditions  are  no
longer  practiced  by  the Catholic Church,  the Octave
of  Easter  remains  a  celebratory  time  for  Christians
around the world and is meant to be a joyous time to
remain in the beauty of the Lord’s resurrection.

As  with  the  way  Christmas  is  celebrated  in  the
Catholic Church,  the  Easter  season  only  begins  with
Easter  Sunday.  It  is  a  season  for  feasting,  praising
God and enjoying the company of family and friends.

Gone are the fasting days of Lent! (Even the weekly
Friday abstinence, which many Catholics practice all
year long, is suspended on Easter Friday.) Now is the
time to feast!

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !6

This  Sunday’s  Readings:  First  Reading:  Acts  of  the
Apostles  10:34a,37-43—Peter  preaches  about  Jesus'  life,
death,  and  resurrection;  Responsorial  Psalm:  Psalm
118:1-2,16-17,22-23—Rejoice in this day of the Lord; Second
Reading:  Colossians  3:1-4  or  1  Corinthians  5:6b-8—
Colossians: Having been raised by Christ, be concerned with
what  is  above OR  1 Corinthians—Let  us  celebrate  this  feast
with  new  yeast;  Gospel  Reading:  John  20:1-9—Mary  of
Magdala finds that the stone has been removed from Jesus'
tomb.

Background on the Gospel Reading
Today we begin the Easter Season, our 50-day meditation
on the mystery of Christ's Resurrection. Our Gospel today
tells us about the disciples' discovery of the empty tomb. It
concludes  by  telling  us  that  they  did  not  yet  understand
that  Jesus  had  risen  from  the  dead.  Thus,  the  details
provided  are  not  necessarily  meant  to  offer  proof  of  the
Resurrection. The  details  invite  us  to  reflect  upon  a  most
amazing gift, that is faith in Jesus and his Resurrection.

Each  of  the  four  Gospels  tells  us  that  Jesus'  empty  tomb
was first discovered by women. This is notable because in
first-century Jewish society women could not serve as legal
witnesses.  In  the  case  of  John's  Gospel,  the  only  woman
attending  the  tomb  is  Mary  of  Magdala.  Unlike  the
Synoptic  accounts,  John's  Gospel  does  not  describe  an
appearance of angels at the tomb. Instead, Mary is simply

said  to  have  observed  that  the  stone  that  had  sealed  the
tomb had been moved, and she runs to alert Simon Peter
and the beloved disciple. Her statement to them is telling.
She assumes that Jesus' body has been removed, perhaps
stolen.  She  does  not  consider  that  Jesus  has  been  raised
from the dead.

Simon  Peter  and  the  beloved  disciple  race  to  the  tomb,
presumably  to  verify  Mary's  report.  The  beloved  disciple
arrives first but does not enter the tomb until after Simon
Peter. This  detail  paints  a  vivid  picture,  as  does  the  detail
provided  about  the  burial  cloths.  Some  scholars  believe
that  the  presence  of  the  burial  cloths  in  the  tomb  offers
evidence  to  the  listener  that  Jesus'  body  had  not  been
stolen  (it  is  understood  that  grave  robbers  would  have
taken the burial cloths together with the body).

The Gospel passage concludes, however, that even having
seen the empty tomb and the burial cloths, the disciples do
not yet understand about the Resurrection. In the passage
that  follows,  Mary  of  Magdala  meets  Jesus  but  mistakes
him  for  the  gardener.  In  the  weeks  ahead,  the  Gospel
readings  from  our  liturgy  will  show  us  how  the  disciples
came  to  believe  in  Jesus'  Resurrection  through  his
appearances  to  them.  Our  Easter  faith  is  based  on  their
witness  to  both  the  empty  tomb  and  their  continuing
relationship  with Jesus—in  his  appearances  and  in  his  gift
of the Holy Spirit.

“I Have Seen The Lord!”

Mary
Magdalene

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         EASTER SUNDAY 

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$NEXT WEEK

Thanks to CWL for Donation of $500.

To break even weekly—$3,000 needed.

Please continue your weekly donations if your income is

not affected by the current situation.

You can donate online:

https://community.archtoronto.org/page.aspx?pid=415

Or you can donate by dropping off your envelope at the

parish office during office hours (see above);

Or you can mail your donation—St John XXIII Church, 150

Gateway Blvd, Toronto, M3C 1B1.

FR SIMON’S TRANSFER DELAYED

Dear Parishioners,
Due  to  the  current  situation  of  uncertainty  and
anxiety,  the  Archbishop,  Cardinal  Collins,  wants
priests  to  remain  with  their  communities  until
things  settle  down. Therefore,  my  transfer  to  the
North West Territories  will  not  take  place  in  June
as previously planned. The plan at the moment is
for  the  transfer  to  take  place  in  August.  But,  as
with  all  things,  it  will  happen  in  Jesus’  time.
Meanwhile,  let  us  continue  to  pray  for  one
another and the world. Peace, Fr Simon

NEW PASTOR

Hopefully in August, 2020

Who  the  new  pastor  will  be  has  not  yet  been
decided. Let us pray for him. If we do this together,
he will become a blessing to JXXIII.

SHARELIFE

Living the Gospel by

supporting vocations

“The financial help provided

by the people of God through

ShareLife plays a significant

part in my vocation. Without

ShareLife, I would not be able

to complete my studies and

go on in my formation. Thank

you very much for being

instrumental in the hands of

God and His Church, so that
His word could come true in

my vocation.” – Deacon

André Luis de Lima, priest in

formation at Redemptoris

Mater Missionary Seminary

May 3 is ShareLife Sunday.

Please give generously.

VOCATIONS

Easter Sunday - April 12, 2020

“He has been raised from the dead!” Through

our baptism He calls us to proclaim new life to
the world. Pray for those who herald the Good

News as priests, deacons, brothers or sisters. If

God is calling you, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux,
Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto at

416-968-0997.vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

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ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE BLESSED

SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to

6PM,  concludes  with

evening  prayer  and

B e n e d i c t i o n  a t

5:40PM.  Come  for  a

few  minutes  or  an

hour  and  keep  watch

with the Lord. Pray for

others,  the  Church,

your family, yourself.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

               The Resurrection of the Lord                 April 12, 2020 

         EASTER SUNDAY 

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