The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity May 27th 2018 Year B


Masses for the Week

Sat. May 26

  • 9:00 am Intention of Antonio Quitoriano
  • 5:00 pm † Ethel McGilley

Sun. May 27

  • 9:00 am † Joan McNeil
  • 11:00 am For the People of the Parish
  • 7:00 pm † Purita Lladoc

Mon. May 28

  • 9:00 am † Myrtle D’Souza

Tues. May 29

  • 9:00 am † Deceased Members of the Bartulaba Family

Wed. May 30 St. Joan of Arc

  • 9:00 am † Deceased Members of Adolfo Family

Thurs. May 31

  • 9:00 am † Salvador Carreon

Fri. June 1

  • 9:00 am
    • † Martin & Arnolta Raposo
    • † Alfred & Matilda Hannah
    • † Pablo Aguilar Jr.
    • † Cristino Balin
    • † Dalmacia Templansa

Sat. June 2

  • 9:00 am † Joseph Emmanuel
  • 5:00 pm † Rosario Calandra

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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Wheelchair AccessibleSt. Joseph's Church is Wheelchair Accessible; ramps are available at the North and South exits of the church


How hesitant we are to recognize Jesus as Lord of our lives! If he takes precedence over our every preoccupation, however, our lives as disciples become contagious. In today’s gospel, Jesus gives to his followers the commission to spread the Good News of God’s love throughout the world. We are baptized into Christ through the Spirit so that we may praise the Father. That experience of God’s love should overflow so that we exhibit the joy of living in Christ’s company. To be effective disciples, we must be able to read—as did the chosen people in today’s first scripture passage—the signs of God’s interventions in our own lives. This same God is our creator, redeemer and sustainer still. St. Paul’s letter to the Romans speaks out of that apostle’s experience of transforming contact with God. We, God’s children, can call God our dear Abba, Father; we are co-heirs with Christ and even now are being transformed by the Spirit. We share in Christ’s suffering so that we may be children of glory.

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We extend to you all to participate in a Liturgical Bible Study

When: Saturday June 2, 2018 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Where: St. Joseph’s Parish Hall

As designed and developed by Fr. Arlo S. Yap, SVD, Divine Word Biblical Centre


Hosting a Silent Retreat for men and women.

A silent retreat in the Jesuit tradition. Fr. Michael Knox will facilitate the retreat “Praying with St. Jean de Brebeuf: A model of Christian Virtue for the Catholic in Canada.”

Beginning on June 1 at 7:00 p.m. and ending on June 3.

Suggested offering is $185.00 per person. This includes accommodation, meals, program and spiritual direction.



Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto

Action is called for by his Eminence in advance of the June 7th provincial election to promote palliative care, conscience rights and the protection of faith-based facilities. His Eminence has asked Catholics to visit to send a letter directly to all candidates in their riding for the June 7th election. A pre-written letter is provided which people can amend as they choose. If you did not receive Cardinal Collins’ emailed letter and you like to receive them in the future, please visit

Thank you for advocating on these important issues!


This is a ministry dedicated to assisting those who have suffered a loss through separation, divorce or death of a loved one. On June 14 at 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Fr. Alex Laschuck, JCD, Ph.D will be conducting a seminar about approaching the Annulment Process at our Parish.


This is a Roman Catholic Global mission and charitable organization. They are looking for a Part Time Financial Officer to manage its finances and accounts in compliance with government requirements. This person is responsible for all aspects of accounting, financial management, annuity program and reporting to the 3 societies within the organization.

A post-secondary degree in Finance or Accounting;

CPA preferred; 5+ year experience required.

Deadline: June 15, 2018



Under the spiritual direction of Fr. Francis Folleh, C.S.Sp.

Destination is Germany, Austria and Switzerland  in June of 2020. An information night will be held on Monday May 28th at 7:30 p.m. in the Church Hall.

For information contact Bryan Noble at 416-286-6631


This program provides a home made casserole dish, made by our parishioners, once a month to the Good Shepherd Ref-uge. Any questions please call Annie

Alkins at 416-283-7420 Next pick up is next

Sat. June 2nd after 9:00 a.m. mass, West Parking Lot

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Last EDGE Night is on June 1st, 2018

ALL EDGE families are invited for this evening

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Supper Saints: If you would like to treat our group, become a Supper Saint.

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Youth Ultimate Frisbee is open to youth in Grade 6, 7 and 8 and youth in high school. It is a NON-contact sport. 

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CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE 33rd Heritage Day Community Festival

Taking place on Saturday June 16th, 2018 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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A Reflection on Some Women of the New Testament with Dr. Josephine Lombardi

Taking place at St. Augustine’s Seminary

2661 Kingston Road, Scarborough

on Saturday June 9th 2018

As part of St. Augustine’s Seminary Lay Formation Program, the day will involve reflections on women in the New Testament using Lectio and Visio Divina. There will be opportunity for meditation, meditation with scripture and with icons. The retreat will include Mass in the seminary chapel. Bring your mothers, sisters, daughters and friends! Cost is $50.00 and includes lunch. Contact the St. Augustine’s Seminary of Toronto at 416-261-7207 or email at


A Christian’s life should be invested in Jesus and spent for others.

-- (May 22, 2018)


Living the Gospel by helping young families succeed

Camila was attending programs at Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers when she and her daughter were kicked out of the family home. As counsellors helped her search for an affordable apartment, she became pregnant a second time. Despite these challenges, Camila attended every program available to her at Rose of Sharon. At the end of the year, she walked out a stronger woman with a plan to achieve the life she wants for herself and her daughters.

Last year, at ShareLife-funded agencies that assist young mothers, over 1,000 clients like Camila received support for their new families

This Sunday, May 27 is ShareLife Sunday

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