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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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

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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Ms 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/

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

Sunday Mass

Sat Vigil Mass 5:15PM / Sun Mass 9AM, 12:15PM & 5:30PM.

(Weekdays: 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

KEEPING SUNDAY HOLY

IN COVID 19 TIMES

See Next Page

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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HERE ARE 6 WAYS TO KEEP SUNDAY HOLY

IN COVID 19 TIMES—CHOOSE ONE OR TWO

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
presence  at  Mass,  live-stream  Mass  (https://
www.archtoronto.org/covid19/Pages/default.aspx)  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.

6. Go to a church and pray

Many  of  our  churches  will  be  open  so  that  the  faithful
can pray privately. Check with your parish to see when it
w i l l  b e  o p e n  ( 4 1 6 - 4 2 9 - 4 0 0 0  o r  h t t p : / /
saintjohnxxiiiparish.ca).  If  you  are  not  sick,  take  some
time  on  Sunday  to  “make  a  visit”  to  a  parish  and  pray
before  Our  Lord  in  the  Blessed  Sacrament  for  your
family, your parish and your neighbourhood.

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

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”

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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

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CHALICE CHILDREN’S

COLLECTION

Next Collection Sunday, ??????

February Collection: $266.50

MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, March, 23: Privately Said:

+Dominga Reyes Miguel

Tues, March, 24: Privately Said:

Thanksgiving of Leia

Wed, March, 25: Privately Said:

Thanksgiving of Ricky Geromo

Thurs, March, 26: Privately Said:
       

+Leonardo Alon

Fri, March, 27: Privately Said
       

+Renato Quilop

Sat, March, 28: Privately Said 

+Justa Velinor

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Saturday, March 28
Privately Said: +Thelma Dunphy
Sunday, March 29
Privately Said: The Parishioners
Privately Said: Thanksgiving of Vianca Vacheresse
Privately Said: +Jenny Cabelin

VOCATIONS

Third Sunday of Lent - March 15

“We must work the works of Him who sent me while it is

day.” Are you being called to a life as an ordained

or a consecrated person? If God is calling you to serve him

as a priest, deacon, brother or sister, contact Fr.

Chris Lemieux, Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto

at 416-968-0997

vocations@archtoronto.org www.vocationstoronto.ca

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, March 28—Friday, April 3

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Marina Perreira

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

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$430.00

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 continue to donate in your usual way 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.

UPCOMING PARISH YOUTH GROUPS EVENTS

CANCELLED FOR NOW

SACRAMENTS OF

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION & CONFESSION

First Confessions Cancelled—Test 2 Cancelled

Test 3—We will see

BEING A GOOD STEWARD OF GOD’S GIFTS

4th Sunday of Lent, March 22

In the Gospel Jesus performs a two-fold miracle of healing
a man of his physical blindness and his spiritual blindness.

So too in all of us, it is the Lord and His grace that brings

about the miracle of our interior conversion. Let us

imitate the cured blind man and fall at the feet of Jesus

and thank Him for the gifts and graces He has poured into

our lives.

SACRAMENT OF HOLY CONFIRMATION

Holy Week Confessions—Likely to be cancelled

Wed, April 8, 7:30PM

Keep your eye on this space for updates

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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PRAY FOR THE HOLY FATHER,

POPE FRANCIS’, MARCH

MISSION INTENTION

Catholics in China

We pray that the Church in China may

persevere in its faithfulness to the

Gospel and grow in unity.

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.

CELEBRATE YOUR MARRIAGE

WITH A WORLDWIDE

MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER

WEEKEND!

Celebrate your love and take a fresh

look at your marriage!

April 24-26, 2020

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: April 24-26, 2020 -

Four Points Sheraton (Argentia Road),

Mississauga, ON

For more information and application,

please go to www.wwme.org or contact:

Gerard & Marge McCauley at

gerard.marge@rogers.com or (905)

792-1925.

SMILE

A MESSAGE FROM THE

ARCHBISHOP,

CARDINAL COLLINS

ShareLife

4th Sunday of Lent

 Are  we  able  to  identify  those  who  are
asking for help in society? We may often
judge  based  on  appearance,  without
appreciating  that  this  alone  does  not
define  who  is  in  need.  There  are  many
people  dealing  with  family  issues,
mental health problems, or struggling to
settle  in  a  new  country,  whose  concerns
are  not  obvious  to  the  outside  world.
They  need  our  support  and  we  are  able
to  bring  the  hands  of  Christ  to  them
through ShareLife agencies.

BUNDLE UP SUNDAY

April 4—5

St Vincent de Paul will be collecting your donations on

this weekend. Truck will be in our carpark from Friday

evening to Sunday evening.

Accepting

All Clothing

(any condition)

All Footwear

(any condition)

Bedding

(Any condition)

Drapery/Towels

Toys

(new or nearly new)

Don’t Accept

Books

(any kind)

Construction Material

(any condition)

Dishes

(any kind)

Furniture

(any condition)

Video/Audio Cassettes

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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SAINTS OF THE WEEK

ST  TURIBUIS  OF  MOGROVEJO,  BISHOP:  Optional
Memorial—Monday, March 23
:

THE  ANNUNCIATION  OF  THE  LORD:  Solemnity—
Wednesday, March 25
: The feast of the Annunciation, now
recognized  as  a  solemnity,  was  first  celebrated  in  the
fourth  or  fifth  century.  Its  central  focus  is  the  Incarnation:
God  has  become  one  of  us.  From  all  eternity  God  had
decided  that  the  Second  Person  of  the  Blessed  Trinity
should become human. Now, as Luke 1:26-38 tells us, the
decision  is  being  realized.  The  God-Man  embraces  all
humanity,  indeed  all  creation,  to  bring  it  to  God  in  one
great  act  of  love.  Because  human  beings  have  rejected
God, Jesus  will  accept  a  life  of  suffering  and  an  agonizing
death:  “No  one  has  greater  love  than  this,  to  lay  down
one’s life for one’s friends” (John 15:13).

Mary has an important role to play in God’s plan. From all
eternity, God  destined  her  to  be  the  mother  of  Jesus  and
closely  related  to  him  in  the  creation  and  redemption  of
the world. We could say that God’s decrees of creation and
redemption  are  joined  in  the  decree  of  Incarnation.
Because  Mary  is  God’s  instrument  in  the  Incarnation,  she
has a role to play with Jesus in creation and redemption. It
is a God-given role. It is God’s grace from beginning to end.
Mary  becomes  the  eminent  figure  she  is  only  by  God’s
grace.  She  is  the  empty  space  where  God  could  act.
Everything she is she owes to the Trinity.

Mary  is  the  virgin-mother  who  fulfills  Isaiah  7:14  in  a  way
that Isaiah could not have imagined. She is united with her
son in carrying out the will of God (Psalm 40:8-9; Hebrews
10:7-9; Luke 1:38).

Together with Jesus, the privileged and graced Mary is the
link  between  heaven  and  earth.  She  is  the  human  being
who  best,  after  Jesus,  exemplifies  the  possibilities  of
human  existence.  She  received  into  her  lowliness  the
infinite  love  of  God.  She  shows  how  an  ordinary  human
being can reflect God in the ordinary circumstances of life.
She exemplifies what the Church and every member of the
Church is meant to become. She is the ultimate product of
the creative and redemptive power of God. She manifests
what the Incarnation is meant to accomplish for all of us.

Reflection
Sometimes spiritual writers are accused of putting Mary on a
pedestal  and  thereby,  discouraging  ordinary  humans  from
imitating her. Perhaps such an observation is misguided. God
did put Mary on a pedestal and has put all human beings on
a  pedestal.  We  have  scarcely  begun  to  realize  the
magnificence  of  divine  grace,  the  wonder  of  God’s  freely
given love. The marvel of Mary—even in the midst of her very
ordinary  life—is  God’s  shout  to  us  to  wake  up  to  the
marvelous creatures that we all are by divine design.

TOTUS TUUS RETURNS

Dear Parents Please Call Office & Register

Your Child for Totus Tuus 2020.

Dates: Aug 9-14 / Cost: $10/for the week/per child

payable week prior to Aug 9. / Day Prgrm: kids entering

grades 1-6 in the Fall. / Eveng Prgrm: youth entering

grades 7-12 in the Fall.

LENTEN REGULATIONS

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.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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This  Sunday’s  Readings:  First  Reading:  1  Samuel
16:1b,6-7,10-13a—Samuel  is  sent  to  anoint  David  as
king;  Responsorial  Psalm:  Psalm  23:1-6—The  Lord  is
our shepherd; Second Reading: Ephesians 5:8-14—The
Ephesians  are  told  to  live  as  children  of  light;  Gospel
R e a d i n g :  J o h n  9 : 1 - 4 1  ( s h o r t e r  f o r m :  J o h n
9:1,6-9,13-17,34-38)—Jesus  heals  the  man  born  blind
and reveals himself to him as the Son of Man.

Background on the Gospel Reading
As we did last week, we are reading today from the
Gospel of John. In today’s Gospel, the healing of the
man  born  blind  invites  us  to  focus  on  the  physical
and  spiritual  aspects  of  sight  and  light.  In  the  first
part  of  today’s Gospel,  we  hear Jesus’  response  to  a
prevalent  belief  of  his  time:  that  misfortune  and
disability  were  the  result  of  sin.  That  belief  is  why
Jesus  is  asked  the  question  of  whose  sin  caused  the
man’s blindness—his own or his parents’. Jesus does
not answer directly, but instead gives the question an
entirely  different  dimension—through  this  man’s
disability, God’s  power  will  be  made  manifest. Jesus
then heals the man.

The  healing  is  controversial  because  Jesus  heals  on
the Sabbath. The Pharisees, the religious authorities
of  Jesus’  time,  understood  that  the  law  of  Moses
forbade  work  (including  healing)  on  the  Sabbath.
They  also  have  trouble  believing  that  Jesus

performed a miracle. To determine whether the man
was really born blind, the Pharisees question him and
his  parents.  The  man  challenges  the  leaders  of  the
synagogue  about  their  assessment  of  the  good  that
Jesus  has  done.  In  turn,  they  expel  the  man  for
questioning their judgment.

The  final  revelation  and  moment  of  enlightenment
comes  when  the  man  born  blind  encounters  Jesus
again. Having heard the news of his expulsion, Jesus
seeks out the man born blind and reveals himself to
him  as  the  Son  of  Man.  In  this  moment,  the  man
born  blind  shows  himself  to  be  a  man  of  faith  and
worships Jesus. Jesus replies by identifying the irony
of  the  experience  of  many  who  encounter  Jesus:
Those  who  are  blind  will  now  see,  and  those  who
think they now see will be found to be blind.

As in last week’s Gospel about Jesus’ encounter with
the  Samaritan  woman,  today’s  reading  has  many
allusions to Baptism. The washing of the man in the
pool  of Siloam  is  a  prototype  for Christian  Baptism.
Through  the  man’s  encounter  with  Jesus,  the  man
born  blind  is  healed,  his  sight  is  restored,  and  his
conversion  to  discipleship  begins.  The  man  born
blind  gradually  comes  to  a  greater  understanding
about  who  Jesus  is  and  what  it  means  to  be  his
disciple,  while  the  Pharisees  (those  who  should  see)
are the ones who remain blind.

“He Said, “Lord I Believe”. And He Worshipped Him”

The
Man
Born
Blind

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                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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NEW PASTOR

Takes over on June 24, 2020

Who  the  new  pastor  will  be  has
not  yet  been  decided—this  will
be  known  sometime  in  May  of
2020.  Let  us  begin  praying  for
him
.  If  we  do  this  together,  he
will  become  a  blessing  to  JXXIII.
Date of transfer is June 24, 2020.

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)

SHARELIFE

How can you “Live the

Gospel” when life is so

busy?

Many people help those in

need by volunteering at a

local

organization. But if your

schedule doesn't allow for it,

you

can still make a huge impact

in your community by

supporting ShareLife-funded

agencies. Next Sunday is the

first ShareLife collection.

Over the next week, please

reflect

on your ability to “Live the

Gospel” by making a

sacrificial

gift to our parish ShareLife

campaign.

Next Sunday, March 29 is

ShareLife Sunday.

Please give generously.

WILL MOST LIKELY BE

CANCELLED

UPCOMING LENTEN MISSION

St John XXIII Parish

Preacher:

Fr Francis Ching,

Companions of the Cross

“Growing in Partnership with

Christ.”

Monday, March 30

Talk: Seeking Virtues

Tuesday March 31

Talk: Listening from the Heart,

Wednesday April 1

Talk: Staying Accountable

Schedule

(Mon, Tues, Wed)

Mass @ 7PM,

Then Exposition,

Followed by The Mission Talk,

Concluding with Healing Prayers

& Benediction

CANCELLED

LENT: DEVOTIONS

Stations of the Cross

Every Friday of Lent after 7PM

Mass

Holy Hour

Every Sunday of Lent: 4—5PM

Consider “doing” one or both of

these devotions for Lent—they

are much more fruitful than

“giving up” chocolate.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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Managing Director

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29 Gervais Drive, Suite 101 

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North York, ON M3C 1Y9 

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& cleaning. Please call for details…

Looking to Buy or Sell your Home or Invest in 
this lucrative Real Estate market?   
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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

                       4th Sunday of Lent                       March 22, 2020 

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

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