Sunday October 28th, 2018 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B
Masses for the Week
Sat. Oct. 27
- 9:00 am †Paul Camilleri
- 5:00 pm †Richard Jansz
Sun. Oct. 28
- 9:00 am †Edward Meyers
- 11:00 am For the People of the Parish
- 7:00 pm † Roberto Doto
Mon. Oct. 29
- 9:00 am † Cristno Balin
Tues. Oct. 30
- 9:00 am † Luz Medina
Wed. Oct. 31
- 9:00 am † Joan Martindale
Thur. Nov. 1
- 9:00 am † Rosario Calandra
Fri. Nov. 2
- 9:00 am
- † Michael & Margaret Mullane
- † Deceased members of Mislang & Paraan families
- † Zonar Fan
- † Maria Ching Chee & Chao
- † Wen Liu
- 7:30 pm
- Intention of Edwina & Denise Gracias
- † Martin & Arnolta Raposo
- † Alfred & Matilda Hannah
- † Vince & Carman Mione
Sat. Nov. 3
- 9:00 am † Bruno & Gina Martin
- 5:00 pm † Deceased members of the Prayer Group
New to the Parish? Welcome!
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St. Joseph's Church is Wheelchair Accessible; ramps are available at the North and South exits of the church
To believe is to see and to follow Jesus. Jesus is making the last journey of his life; he leaves Jericho for Jerusalem, where he will be acclaimed as messiah before being put to death. A blind beggar named Bartimaeus is the first to recognize the messiah. (The person who is without sight sees what is most important, while those who would silence him are the truly blind). The man’s persistence wins Jesus’ attention and Christ gives him the sight which is the outward sign of faith. This beggar, one who asks, does what every person of faith must do: follow the Lord. He sets off toward Jerusalem where in turn the crowd will recognize their messiah. The first reading invites us to rejoice in our salvation, for which God is exuberantly joyful; so should we be. God will lead back from exile the remnant of the faithful, especially the weakest. God, who loves us like a father will help us on our journey. Hebrews tells us that Christ’s priesthood comes directly from God. He is our high priest who will lead all peoples home.
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2019 DONATION ENVELOPES
These are available for pick up in the Narthex. They are alphabetized within each tray. Please be patient when looking for and ensure you are taking your own box.
COME AND SEE WEEKEND
November 2-4, 2018 at St. Augustine’s Seminary
Inviting single Catholic men 17 years and older to cultivate a deeper prayer life and relationship with Jesus Christ; leading to a better discernment of God’s call for their lives. Please register online at www.vocationstoronto.ca
For more information, please contact the Office of Vocations
FEAST DAY - SAINTS SIMON AND JUDE
October 28th is the Feast day for Sts. Simon and Jude. Simon was called by our Lord to be one of the pillars of His Church. Jude was referred to as the brethren of the Lord due to his relationship to the Blessed Mother.
CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE
The St. Joseph, Highland Creek Council invite our parishioners to join them in celebrating 65 years as a Council. Refreshments will be served after the 11:00 a.m. mass on Sunday, November 4th. The Council was formed on Nov. 5th 1953.
Come and meet our members!
"The C.W.L of Canada calls its members to grow in faith, and to witness to the love of God through ministry and service.”
HUMANAE VITAE CONFERENCE
Faithful to God’s Design!
All are welcome on Saturday, Nov. 10th to attend a one-day conference marking the 50th anniversary of Blessed Pope Paul VI’s encyclical letter Humanae Vitae. Mary Eberstadt, Dr. Maria Wolfs, Steven Mosher and Fr. Raymond de Souza will speak on the prophetic and enduring wisdom of this encyclical. The day begins with mass with Cardinal Collins at St. Basil’s Parish, followed by a full-day conference at the University of St. Michael’s College.
- 9:00 a.m.
- Mass at St. Basils Parish, 50 St. Joseph St.
- 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Conference in Sam Sorbara Auditorium Brennan Hall, St. Michael’s College, 81 St. Mary Street.
Tickets are $20.00/adult, $10.00/ student and free for religious and clergy.
FREE PREVIEW OF SALT + LIGHT T.V.
Celebrating 15 years, Salt + Light T.V. is available on a free preview from participating cable and satellite providers across Canada until the end of December 2018. This channel provides programming that unites people together through prayer, celebration, thought-provoking reporting and stories of faith in action.
Join us in sharing the joys and hopes of the Gospel through television, radio, print and online media.
We wish to congratulate the following Altar Servers for receiving the Bishop’s Altar Servers medal in recognition for their dedication and commitment to their service for our parish.
- Jayden D’Lima
- Isabelle D’Sousa
- Adrian Dias
- Daniel Dias
- Marvin Fernandes
- Declan Lobo
- Kristin Figueredo
- Deborah Lobo
- Lance Prima
- Alex Ricafranca
- Alexandra Walke
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY
85 Livingston Road
Our Guildwood Bazaar is taking place on Sat. November 3, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Photos with Santa and Robert Graham playing music will take place between 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Baking; Books; Café; Christmas Decorations; Crafts; Collectibles; Jewelry; Pick-a-Prize; Silent Auction and more!
More Than Wax samples to all attendees.
Free reusable bag for first 50 shoppers.