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Parish Sunday Bulletin

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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

SHARELIFE

Living the Gospel by helping young mothers

Kristen was 17 when she found out she was pregnant. Worried she wouldn’t be able to

graduate from high school, she reached out to Rose of Sharon. At this ShareLife-

funded agency she was able to focus on school work with the help of child minding by

the agency. Kristen graduated and was accepted into the medical administration

program at Seneca College. “Without Rose of Sharon,” says Kristen, “there’s no way I

would have believed college was a possibility.”

March 29 is ShareLife Sunday.

Please give generously.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

THE PROFESSION OF FAITH

“The Creed”

The Church Is One, Holy, Catholic, And Apostolic

168. Who belongs to the Catholic Church?

All human beings in various ways belong to or are ordered
to  the  Catholic  unity  of  the  people  of  God.  Fully
incorporated  into  the  Catholic  Church  are  those  who,
possessing the Spirit of Christ, are joined to the Church by
the  bonds  of  the  profession  of  faith,  the  sacraments,
ecclesiastical  government  and  communion.  The  baptized
who  do  not  enjoy  full  Catholic  unity  are  in  a  certain,
although imperfect, communion with the Catholic Church.

169. What is the relationship of the Catholic Church with

the Jewish people?

The  Catholic  Church  recognizes  a  particular  link  with  the
Jewish  people  in  the  fact  that God  chose  them  before  all
others  to  receive  his  Word.  To  the  Jewish  people  belong
“the  sonship,  the  glory,  the  covenants,  the  giving  of  the
law, the worship, the promises, and the patriarchs; and of
their  race,  according  to  the  flesh,  is  the  Christ”  (Romans
9:4,  5).  The  Jewish  faith,  unlike  other  non-Christian
religions, is already a response to the revelation of God in
the Old Covenant.

170. What is the bond that exists between the Catholic

Church and non-Christian religions?

There  is  a  bond  between  all  peoples  which  comes
especially  from  the  common  origin  and  end  of  the  entire
human race. The Catholic Church recognizes that whatever
is good or true in other religions comes from God and is a
reflection  of  his  truth.  As  such  it  can  prepare  for  the
acceptance of the Gospel and act as a stimulus toward the
unity of humanity in the Church of Christ.

172. Why must the Church proclaim the Gospel to the

whole world?

The  Church  must  do  so  because  Christ  has  given  the
command: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations,
baptizing  them  in  the  name  of  the  Father  and  of  the Son
and  of  the  Holy  Spirit”  (Matthew  28:19).  This  missionary
mandate  of  the  Lord  has  its  origin  in  the  eternal  love  of
God who has sent his Son and the Holy Spirit because “he
desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge
of the truth” (1 Timothy 2:4).

173. In what sense is the Church missionary?

The  Church,  guided  by  the  Holy  Spirit,  continues  the
mission of Christ himself in the course of history. Christians
must,  therefore,  proclaim  to  everyone  the  Good  News
borne  by  Christ;  and,  following  his  path,  they  must  be
ready for self-sacrifice, even unto martyrdom.

174. Why is the Church apostolic?

The Church is apostolic in her origin because she has been
built on “the foundation of the Apostles” (Ephesians 2:20).
She is apostolic in her teaching which is the same as that of
the  Apostles.  She  is  apostolic  by  reason  of  her  structure
insofar as she is taught, sanctified, and guided until Christ
returns  by  the Apostles  through  their  successors  who  are
the bishops in communion with the successor of Peter.

175. In what does the mission of the Apostles consist?

The  Word  “Apostle”  means  “one  who  is  sent”.  Jesus,  the
One  sent  by  the  Father,  called  to  himself  twelve  of  his
disciples and appointed them as his Apostles, making them
the  chosen  witnesses  of  his  Resurrection  and  the
foundation  of  his Church.  He  gave  them  the  command  to
continue  his  own  mission  saying,  “As  the  Father  has  sent
me,  so  I  also  send  you”  (John  20:21);  and  he  promised  to
remain with them until the end of the world.

176. What is apostolic succession?

Apostolic  succession  is  the  transmission  by  means  of  the
sacrament of Holy Orders of the mission and power of the
Apostles  to  their  successors,  the  bishops.  Thanks  to  this
transmission  the  Church  remains  in  communion  of  faith
and  life  with  her  origin,  while  through  the  centuries  she
carries on her apostolate for the spread of the Kingdom of
Christ on earth.

OUR REFUGEE FAMILY

GOOD NEWS

Our Family have been okayed to receive their visas.

They are scheduled to arrive in April 9, 2020.

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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CHALICE CHILDREN’S COLLECTION

Next Collection Sunday, March 22

February Collection: $266.50

MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, March 16, 7PM:

+Evaristo & Victor Lobo

Tues, March 17, 9AM:

+Francis & +Olive Lobo

Wed, March 18: 7 PM:

+Paul deGale

Thurs, March 19, 9AM:
       

In Honour of St Joseph

Fri, March 20, 7PM
       

+Jess Mapili

Sat, March 21, 9AM 

+Maria Teresa Garcia

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Saturday, March 21
5:15PM: Thanksgiving: Marivic Autencio: B-day
Sunday, March 22
9AM: Thanksgiving of CWL
12:15PM: The Parishioners 
5:30PM: +Asancion, +Gragoria, +Constancia

VOCATIONS

Third Sunday of Lent - March 15

“But the one who drinks of the water that I will give will

never be thirsty.” Do you thirst to know where
God is leading you? Could you be thirsty for an

understanding of your purpose? 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 21—Friday, March 27

Sanctuary Tabernacle:

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

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$2,874.

To break even weekly—$3,000 needed.

UPCOMING PARISH YOUTH GROUPS EVENTS

All Are Welcome

Fri, March 13: 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Parish Hall. (Service)
Fri March 20: 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Parish Hall. (Lesson)
Fri, March 27: 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Parish Hall. (Social)

SACRAMENTS OF

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION & CONFESSION

Second Test

Month of February/March

Call office for appointment with Fr Simon when child

knows the material.

Sunday Mass

Confirmandi attendance at Mass every Sunday is a sign

that you are ready to receive God, the Holy Spirit, in a

new and deeper way.

BEING A GOOD STEWARD OF GOD’S GIFTS

Third Sunday of Lent, March 15

As stewards of Christ we are called to generously share

our time and talents with our parish community. However,

a mere sharing of our gifts without the guidance and

strength of the Holy Spirit can easily lead us to becoming

burnt out, discouraged or resentful. Let us bring about a

new outpouring of the Holy Spirit into the hearts of our

parish community by constantly turning to Him to

strengthen us.

SACRAMENT OF HOLY

CONFIRMATION

Session 5

Wednesday, March 18: 7PM Mass

& Session 5 in the hall at 7:30—9PM

Holy Week Confessions

Wed, April 8, 7:30PM

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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

About ShareLife

He  tells  us,  “It  is  people  of  faith  who
run  shelters  and  food  banks,  help
refugees to begin a new life, and reach
out  to  the  ill  and  abandoned.  The
social  service  agencies  supported  by
our ShareLife collection live the Gospel
value to love everyone as I have loved
you  through  their  daily  programs  and
services. Our support for the ShareLife
campaign  is  critical  to  making  these
programs possible; I ask you to reflect
on  your  ability  to  contribute  to  our
annual  appeal  as  our  first  collection
takes place two weeks from now.

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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SAINTS OF THE WEEK

ST  PATRICK,  BISHOP:  Optional  Memorial—Tuesday,
March 17
:

ST  JOSEPH,  HUSBAND  FO  THE  BLESSED  VIRGIN
MARY:  
Solemnity—Thursday,  March  19:  St  Joseph  is  the
Principal  Patron  of Canada,  and  Patron  of  the Universal
Church.
The Bible pays Joseph the highest compliment: he
was  a  “just”  man.  The  quality  meant  a  lot  more  than
faithfulness in paying debts.

When  the  Bible  speaks  of  God  “justifying”  someone,  it
means  that  God,  the  all-holy  or  “righteous”  one,  so
transforms a person that the individual shares somehow in
God’s own holiness, and hence it is really “right” for God to
love him or her. In other words, God is not playing games,
acting as if we were lovable when we are not.

By saying Joseph was “just,” the Bible means that he was
one who was completely open to all that God wanted to do
for him. He became holy by opening himself totally to God.
The  rest  we  can  easily  surmise. Think  of  the  kind  of  love
with which he wooed and won Mary, and the depth of the
love they shared during their marriage.

It  is  no  contradiction  of  Joseph’s  manly  holiness  that  he
decided  to  divorce  Mary  when  she  was  found  to  be  with
child. The important words of the Bible are that he planned
to do this “quietly” because he was “a righteous man, yet
unwilling to expose her to shame” (Matthew 1:19).

The  just  man  was  simply,  joyfully,  wholeheartedly
obedient  to  God—in  marrying  Mary,  in  naming  Jesus,  in
shepherding  the  precious  pair  to  Egypt,  in  bringing  them
to Nazareth, in the undetermined number of years of quiet
faith and courage.

Reflection:  The  Bible  tells  us  nothing  of Joseph  in  the  years
after  the  return  to  Nazareth  except  the  incident  of  finding
Jesus in the Temple (Luke 2:41–51). Perhaps this can be taken
to mean that God wants us to realize that the holiest family
was like every other family, that the circumstances of life for
the  holiest  family  were  like  those  of  every  family,  so  that
when  Jesus’  mysterious  nature  began  to  appear,  people
couldn’t believe that he came from such humble beginnings:

“Is  he  not  the  carpenter’s  son?  Is  not  his  mother  named
Mary…?”  (Matthew  13:55a).  It  was  almost  as  indignant  as
“Can anything good come from Nazareth?” (John 1:46b).

Saint  Joseph  is  the  Patron  Saint  of:  Belgium,  Canada,
Carpenters,  China,  Fathers,  Happy  death,  Peru,  Russia,
Social  Justice,  Travelers,  Universal  Church,  Vietnam,
Workers.

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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This Sunday’s Readings: First Reading: Exodus 17:3-7
—God  tells  Moses  to  bring  forth  water  from  the  rock;
Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 95:1-2,6-9—Sing joyfully in
the  presence  of  the  Lord;  Second  Reading:  Romans
5:1-2,5-8—Christ  died  for  us  while  we  were  still
sinners;  Gospel  Reading:  John  4:5-42—Jesus  reveals
himself to the Samaritan woman at the well.

Background on the Gospel Reading
The  initial  conversation  between  Jesus  and  the
woman  is  better  understood  if  we  consider  the
importance  of  water,  especially  in  the  climate  of
Israel.  At  first,  the  woman  understands  Jesus’
promise of “living water” in a literal sense: “Sir, give
me this water, so that I may not be thirsty or have to
keep  coming  here  to  draw  water.” With  no  running
water, the daily trip to the well by the women of the
community  was  of  paramount  importance.  The
women of the town would have traveled to the well
in  the  early  morning,  but  this  woman  came  to  the
well at noon, the hottest time of the day. The timing
of her visit is a clear sign that she is an outcast within
the  Samaritan  community.  We  learn  in  her
conversation  with  Jesus  that  she  is  an  outcast
because of her “many husbands.”

The  high  point  of  the  conversation  is  when  Jesus
reveals himself to her as the Messiah. His answer to
the  Samaritan  woman’s  questions  about  worship  is

meant  to  predict  a  time  when  worshiping  in  truth
and spirit will become the way to worship.

After  the  conversation,  the  Samaritan  woman
becomes  a  disciple.  Even  though  she  is  an  outcast
and not a Jew, she returns to her town to lead others
to  Jesus  and  to  wonder  whether  she  has  found  the
Messiah. The Samaritan townspeople return with her
to  meet Jesus  for  themselves,  and  many  are  said  to
come to believe in him.

The significance of the encounter between Jesus and
the  Samaritan  woman  has  many  levels.  The  first  is
personal: The woman is herself converted to belief in
Jesus  as  Messiah  because  he  knows  her  sin  but
speaks  with  her  just  the  same. The  second  is  social:
Having  come  to  know  Jesus  as  the  Messiah,  the
Samaritan woman becomes an evangelist to her own
people.

The third level of the story is educational: Jesus uses
his  encounter  with  the  Samaritan  woman  to  teach
his  disciples  that  God’s  mercy  is  without  limit.  The
disciples  return  from  their  shopping  quite  confused
to find Jesus talking with a Samaritan, and a woman
at  that!  But  the  conversion  of  the  Samaritan
townspeople  is  a  foretaste  of  the  kind  of  open
community  that  will  be  created  among  those  who
believe that Jesus is the Messiah.

“If You Knew The Gift Of God…You Would Have Asked…

And He Would Have Given You Living Water.”

Jesus

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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)

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

SPIRITUAL DIRECTION OPPORTUNITY

At St John XXIII

Do you want someone to talk with about your faith?

Are you seeking to deepen your relationship with God?

St. John XXIII Parish is offering a series of 10 - 12 spiritual

direction sessions between February and May. You will

meet individually every week for 45 minutes with a Jesuit

trained Spiritual Director who is continuing her practicum

training in the ministry of spiritual direction. These

sessions will give you the opportunity to express and

better appreciate what is happening in your prayer and in

your life with God.

There is no cost, though a free will offering may be made

to St. John XXIII parish to support our ministries.

To apply, contact the Secretary at St. John XXIII Parish.

See contact information on front page.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Preventative Measures in Place

The Archdiocese of Toronto continues to work with health
officials  to  monitor  the  local  situation  regarding  active
cases  of  the  coronavirus  (COVID-19).  At  this  time,
Cardinal  Collins  has  asked  all  parishes  to  implement  the
following measures:
•At  the  Sign  of  Peace,  refrain  from  shaking  hands  –  a
simple  bow,  nod  or  “Peace  be  with  you”  to  your
neighbour is appropriate.
•For  parishes  offering  communion  under  both  species,
forgo  the  distribution  of  the  Precious  Blood  from  the
chalice for the congregation at this time.
•Parishes  should  ensure  that  those  distributing
communion wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before
and after the distribution of communion.

Please  also  continue  to  practice  healthy  hygiene  –  wash
your  hands  with  soap  or  use  hand  sanitizer  regularly,
remain  home  if  you  are  sick,  sneeze/cough  into  your
sleeve and avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Let
us  continue  to  care  for  ourselves  and  one  another  as  we
pray for all those impacted worldwide by COVID-19.

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

                       3rd Sunday of Lent                          March 15, 2020 

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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

                       3rd Sunday of Lent                          March 15, 2020 

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

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