January 7th 2018: The Epiphany of the Lord Sunday
New to the Parish? Welcome!
You can register only by filling in this online Registration Form.
If you would prefer to fill in a paper Registration Form, these can be found at the Church’s entrances. You can drop off your completed form in an offertory basket.
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Masses for the Week
Sat. January 6
- 9:00 am † Eva Cochrane
- 5:00 pm † Edward Sebastien Meyers
Sun. January 7
- 9:00 am † Giuseppe Riggi
- 11:00 am For the People of our Parish
- 7:00 pm † Nelda Susan Tanuan
Mon. January 8 Feast of the Baptism of the Lord
- 9:00 am † Mariel Laberinto
Tues. January 9
- 9:00 am † Yvonne Lobo
Wed. January 10
- 9:00 am Intention of Esteban & Milagros Jovellanos
Thurs. January 11
- 9:00 am † Elaine DiNova
Fri. January 12
- 9:00 am
- Intention of Xuong Nguyen
- † Alice McCaul
- † John Arsenault
- † Holy Souls in Purgatory
- † Khoa Do
Sat. January 13
- 9:00 am † Pascal Mascaren
- 5:00 pm † Samuel & Dorothy Johns
Today’s feast, older than Christmas, marks the showing (epiphany) of Jesus to the world. Once revelation had been limited to the chosen people of Israel; now it extends to all nations. In the persons of the wise men the world comes bearing gifts to worship its King. The magi responded to signs, even to that most surprising sign of God’s presence in the world, a little child cared for by its mother. God manifests who he is in weakness and simplicity rather than in power. The psalm brings to mind Jesus’ ministry to the needy; one day all humankind will worship and serve him as God’s Son. Isaiah speaks of the presence of God as a great light rising over the city of Jerusalem, drawing peoples from all over the earth out of their darkness. God’s presence makes his people radiant, and praise to him wells up spontaneously. God’s revelation of himself to the world is the great mystery of which Ephesians speaks; all of us without exception are called to be members of Christ’s body and radiant signs of his glory.
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Prayer & Life Workshop
St. Timothy’s Parish, 21 Leith Hill Road, Toronto
The Prayer and Life Workshops are a series of sessions that help you learn and deepen your art of prayer. This learning has a very practical character, like a workshop: by praying we learn to pray. Session include prayer methods such as prayerful reading, prayer of surrendering, adoration, and contemplative prayer. In every session, we meditate on readings of the Word and listen to a message from Fr. Ignacio Larranaga, AFM Cap., our founder. The Workshop consists of 15 weekly sessions of 2 hours each and a final one day retreat. Instruction is free and all material have a total cost of $15.00.
Our website is http://tovpil.ca/Ontario
Good Shepherd - Provide A Meal Program 2018
Toronto Catholic District School Board - Kindergarten Registration
The Toronto Catholic District School Board welcomes families with Kindergarten-aged children to register for the September 2018 school year beginning on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Your local Catholic school will offer one evening of extended registration hours during the month of January. Please contact your local school for this date.
Parents may also complete an application at: http://soar.tcdsb.org. The TCDSB is proud to provide a wide range of programs and services to students in 201 publicly-funded Catholic schools from kindergarten to Grade 12.
An Introduction to the Theology of the Body: Why Your Matter Matters
Saturday, February 3; 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
St. Augustine’s Seminary 2661 Kingston Road, Scarborough
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 3:00 p.m. in the Ambrozic room. Mass will be celebrated in the seminary chapel followed by lunch.
For more information please call 416-261-7207
or email: email@example.com
If you are in Grade 6, 7 or 8, EDGE is for you.
Come be a part of a fun Catholic community. Explore Questions about faith and experience our awesome God in a profound and personal way.
Catholic Women's League
The CWL of St. Joseph Council invite the ladies of the parish and it’s members to the General Meeting on Monday January 15th in Room 2 at 7:10 p.m. We welcome ladies from 16 years and over to join us for any of the meetings or events in 2018. Se the bulletin boards for upcoming events or for more information pick up one of our Newsletters in the Narthex.
Lucia Vacca, St. Joseph CWL President 2017-2018
The Faces of Christ in the Book of Revelation
Saturday, January 20 at 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
St. Augustine’s Seminary 2661 Kingston Road, Scarborough
Join us for a day to learn about “The Faces of Christ in the Book of Revelation”. From 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the seminary chapel followed by lunch.
Contact information is as follows:
The Son of God was first manifested to the world through the visit of the magi. Today, God’s Son is brought into the world and is present to the world through His Church. If you think that God is calling you to be a priest, religious, or permanent deacon, call Father Chris Lemieux, Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto, 416-968-0997
Children's Christmas Party Review
In early December the Knights of Columbus supported by the St. Vincent de Paul Society and the Refugee Outreach Committee held a Christmas Party and provided a toy to each child up to 13 years of age and a $25.00 No Frills Gift Card to each family. 144 children from 44 families were treated to a party of pizza, samosas, oranges and drinks. They were entertained by Christmas caroling, musicians, the 11:00 Senior Choir and an exciting visit from Santa Claus. The children and their parents greatly appreciated the party, toys and No Frills Gift Cards. A good time was had by all and we thank all the volunteers and donors for helping to make this wonderful event happen.
World Day of Migrants & Refugees Mass
Good Shepherd Chaldean Cathedral Parish
2 High Meadow Place, North York
At 1:00 p.m. the Archdiocese of Toronto together with the Chaldean Catholic Community invites you to a special Mass on the occasion of the 104th World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Celebrant will be Bishop Bawai Soro and the Homilist will be Bishop Wayne Kirkpatrick.
Reception to follow.