October 20, 2019 Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C
Masses for the Week
Sat. Oct 19
- 5:00 pm † Joan Williams
Sun. Oct 20
- 9:00 am Intention of Celina & Tony Zagrai
- 11:00 am The People of the Parish
- 7:00 pm † Eugene Noga
Mon. Oct 21
- 9:00 am † Sayerimuttu Asirvatham
Tues. Oct 22
- 9:00 am † Maisie Ferdinands
Wed. Oct 23
- 9:00 am Thanksgiving
Thurs. Oct 24
- 9:00 am † Emmanuel Aquino
Fri. Oct 25
- 9:00 am Intention of Mariel Laberinto
- † Naseem (Jimmy) Shiekh
- † Loures Irwina Lejarde
- † Marina Raquel
- † Mary Indrani Karunanayake
Sat. Oct 26
- 9:00 pm † Michael&Margaret Mullane
- 5:00 pm † Gianna Johansen
New to the Parish? Welcome!
You can register 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.
St. Joseph's Church is Wheelchair Accessible; ramps are available at the North and South exits of the church
How should we pray? Luke’s gospel takes as one of its special concerns our conversation with God. Last Sunday, we were reminded of the need for gratitude; today’s parable encourages us to keep asking for what we need even if God does not answer our requests immediately…. The Christian must be like the widow who pesters until she wins her case. We do not know why God delays; but when judgement is given, Jesus promises it will be given quickly. He concludes with a question: Will there be faith—like the persevering faith of the widow who refused to take “no” for an answer—when Christ returns at the end of time? ….
The second reading calls for another kind of perseverance, fidelity to the truth of the Christian tradition as it has been handed down. Scripture
challenges both its teacher and its hearer to fidelity and growth in holiness.
(Sunday Mass Book)
LEGION OF MARY
As Pope Francis has invited all of the faithful to pray the Holy Rosary every day during the entire Marian month of October, we extend an invitation to all parishioners to join us every evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Rectory Chapel.
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
October 25th at 6:00 p.m. to Sunday October 27th Four Points Sheraton Hotel, Mississauga This is to celebrate your love and take a fresh look at your marriage!
COME AND SEE WEEKEND AT ST. AUGUSTINE’S SEMINARY
The Office of Vocations is hosting a Come & See Weekend for single Catholic men 17 years and older, at the Seminary from Friday, November 1 at 7:00 p.m. to Sunday, November 3 at 1:30 p.m. to cultivate a deeper prayer life and relationship with Jesus Christ; leading to a better discernment of God’s call for their lives. Time for prayer, reflection and information on the process of becoming one of Christ’s disciples as a Catholic priest.
For more information, please contact the Office of Vocations at: 416-968-0997 or email email@example.com
Registrations can be done online at www.vocationstoronto.org
To the families who will have a child scheduled to receive Holy Communion or Confirmation in 2020.
Details for the sacraments can be found here
LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS: DEBUNKING BLACK LEGENDS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN HISTORY
November 9th at 9:30 a.m.
St. Augustine’s Seminary, 416-261-7207
2661 Kingston Road, Scarborough
Join Fr. Seamus Hogan, Professor of Church History, as he confronts false versions of Catholic history which portray the church as a violent, ignorant, worldly and bigoted institution. Fr. Seamus reveals the true facts around historical events such as the Crusades, the Inquisition and many others. Spend the day debunking myths in order to discover the real truth of the church’s history.
Holy Mass at St. Augustine’s venerable chapel is included with Registration.
COST: $50.00 (includes lunch)
CALLING WOMEN FROM 18 TO 80
Beginning on October 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Manresa Jesuit Retreat Centre, 2325 Liverpool Road
“A contemplative approach to making decisions”
Step forward to a restful weekend to hear God’s gentle whisper. Private room, Mass, spiritual direction and more.
Even a movie night! Call Mary at 416-497-7059
ST. PAUL OF THE CROSS
After a series of visions in which he was directed to found a congregation that was especially to be devoted to the Passion. This is known as The Passionist Order.
APPLE PIE MAKING TIME!
Last session taking place in the Hall on Oct. 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
MISSISSAUGA ROSARY BOWL
October 26th at 8:00 a.m.
Canadian Coptic Centre, 1245 Eglinton Avenue West
Join Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary & the Saints of the Church. Family event: Cape Kids activities. Pray the rosary and enroll in the Rosary
Confraternity at Canada’s National Marian Shrine.
Contact: Marian Devotional Movement: info@theMDM.org
TIMELINE BIBLE STUDY
Session18-Messianic Fulfillment-Part 1
Tuesday, October 22nd at 8:00 p.m. Christ’s early Ministry, including his Baptism and temptation in the desert in which he was revealed as a
kind of New Adam and a New Israel. The gospel of Luke narrates the coming of the Messiah, the son of David, who will fulfill all prophecy, restore
to Israel and gather all the nations back into the covenant with God.
POPE FRANCIS’ TWEET
Today we ask for the grace to allow ourselves to be amazed by God’s surprises, to not hinder His creativity, but to encourage hearts to encounter the Lord.
(October 16, 2019)
“MEET A SAINT”
Sunday, October 27th
The Youth Ministry and Sunday School Ministry are inviting all Parishioners to “Meet a Saint” in the Narthex between 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
St. Anthony (Patron Saint of lost items).
The Ministry participants will dress up for this occasion!