Sunday June 10th, 2018 Year B Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses for the Week
Sat. June 9
- 9:00 am † Alison DeSilva
- 5:00 pm † Ron Ansett
Sun. June 10
- 9:00 am Intention of Tony & Celina Zagrai
- 11:00 am For the People of the Parish
- 7:00 pm † Pascoal DeSouza
Mon. June 11
- 9:00 am † Anne Kee
Tues. June 12
- 9:00 am † Marinette Miani
Wed. June 13
- 9:00 am St. Anthony of Padua
- Intention of Mario & Maria Simao
Thurs. June 14
- 9:00 am † Franziska Hoerz & Souls in Purgatory
Fri. June 15
- 9:00 am Intention of Anna & Salavdor Miranda
Sat. June 16
- 9:00 am † Vince & Carmen Mione
- 5:00 pm † Muriel Gaston
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Since man and woman succumbed to temptation, human life has been deeply affected by sin. But God promised to send someone who would vanquish the tempter. Today’s gospel presents Jesus as the promised victor over Satan. The crowds recognize their liberator, although his relatives are sceptical and the learned men of Jerusalem even ascribe his powers to Satan. To clear himself of their charge, Jesus gives two examples. Internal dissensions, whether in governments or families, end in the collapse of the institution. Satan would not use his own power to liberate the enslaved from his rule! Then Jesus compares himself to a burglar who takes a strong man by surprise; he is stronger than Satan. Solemnly Jesus warns that we must not reject the Holy Spirit, thereby refusing forgiveness. Most striking is Jesus’ insistence that we are related to him when we listen to his word and do God’s will; blood ties are irrelevant. As Christ was victorious so will we be, St. Paul says. Our Christian optimism is a test of our faith in Christ’s victory.
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MEN OF FAITH, MEN OF WISDOM CONFERENCE
Taking place on Saturday June 16, 2018.
Registration is at 9:30 a.m. and the Conference takes place at 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The speakers include Fr. Joseph Moncada at St. Thomas Aquinas Parish located at 640 Glenholme Avenue, Toronto
Admission is free and breakfast and lunch are included
Sponsored by The Legion of Mary Men’s Praesidium, North Toronto Immaculata Curia
Contact Laurence Sabay at 647-767-4869
ST. JOSEPH’S SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER 2018
Mass Schedule: Will remain the same
Bulletin Publication: Will halt during the months of July and August. Last bulletin will be published on June 24th and will resume on September 9th. Deadline for submission will be Tuesday September 4th
Mass Intentions: Will be posted in the Narthex & West Entrance.
Office Closures: Monday July 2nd; Monday August 6th Monday September 3rd.
Office Summer Hours: Monday to Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (closed for lunch at 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.) On Friday: 9:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Have a safe and happy summer!
GOOD SHEPHERD PROVIDE A MEAL PROGRAM 2018
This program provides a home made casserole dish, made by our parishioners, once a month to the Good Shepherd Refuge. Any questions please call Annie
Alkins at 416-283-7420
No pick up in August
Come and visit the Youth Ministry table during the Heritage Day Festival taking place on June 16th!
See what EDGE is all about
Find out about Ultimate Frisbee
Ask about HS Foundations
Sign up to be a Supper Saint
Meet the Youth Minister.
Want to get involved?
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.
CRADLE OF HOPE CONFERENCE
Taking place at Canada Christian College,
50 Gervais Drive, Toronto on Saturday June 23 at 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Presented by the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of the Archdiocese of Toronto. Mass, adoration, confession, praise & worship and healing procession. Guest Speakers are Dr. Mary Healy, Dr. Mark Nimo, Lalith Perera, Fr. Matthias Amuzu, Fr. Ben St. Croix and Bishop Robert Kasun of the the Archdiocese of Toronto. For information call: 647-669-7524
“Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother”.
If you feel the inclination to be a priest, religious, or permanent deacon, call Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto, 416-968-0997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Living the Gospel by helping youth rebuild their lives
Sarah couldn’t get along with her mother, so she tried living on the streets at age 14. She hitchhiked to Toronto to move in with her cousin, who soon kicked her out. Having no place to go, Sarah decided to try Sancta Maria House. She initially hated the structure and rules. However, the supportive staff won her trust and helped her return to school. At the end of her stay, she restored her relationship with her mother. ShareLife-funded agencies like Sancta Maria House are helping at-risk youth turn their lives around.
Please make a sacrificial gift to ShareLife through your parish or sharelife.org