April 17, 2022 Easter Sunday Year C

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Masses for the Week


  • Mon. Apr. 18
    • 9:00a.m. Celestino Escarro
  • Tues. Apr. 19
    • 9:00a.m. Intention of Tom & Eza Lagan
  • Wed. Apr. 20
    • 9:00a.m. Intention of Joseph & Stephanie Maristanes
  • Thurs. Apr. 21
    • 9:00a.m. Divina & Orlando Nailog
  • Fri. Apr. 22
    • 9:00a.m.
      • Louis Mendonca
      • Casmir D’Silva
      • Eliza & Agapita Torrano
      • Zerene Thomas
      • Lucila Santos
  • Sat. Apr. 23
    • 9:00a.m. Intention of Clifford D’Silva
      • 5:00p.m. Frances Providenza 


Easter is the greatest and the most important feast in the Church. It marks the birthday of our eternal hope. “Easter” literally means “The feast of fresh flowers.” We celebrate it with pride and jubilation for 3 reasons: 1) The resurrection of Christ is the basis of our Christian Faith. 2) Easter is the guarantee of our own resurrection. 3) Easter is a feast which gives us hope and encouragement. In a world of pain, sorrows and tears, Easter reminds us that life is worth living.


 We will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday. We will reopen on Tuesday 19th Have a very Happy and Blessed Easter! 


2022 Schedule

First Reconciliation

Saturday, April 9, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Holy Communion Masses

  1. Sat. Apr. 23 at 3:00 p.m. Cardinal Leger & Sunday School 
  2. Sun. Apr. 24 at 3:00 p.m. St. Dominic Savio & St. Jean de Brebeuf 
  3. Sat. Apr. 30 at 3:00 p.m. St. Brendan Group 1 Surnames beginning from A-L 
  4. Sun. May 1 at 3:00 p.m. St. Brendan Group 2 Surnames beginning from M-Z

Confession for Confirmation Candidates

Saturday, May 7, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Confirmation Masses

  1. Mon. May 9 at 7:00 p.m. St. Dominic Savio & St. Jean de Brebeuf
  2. Tues. May 10 at 7:00 p.m. St. Brendan Group1 Surnames beginning from A-M
  3. Wed. May 11 at 7:00 p.m. St Brendan Group 2 Surnames beginning from N-Z
  4. Thurs. May 12 at 7:00 p.m. Cardinal Leger and Sunday School 

St. Vincent de Paul – Bundle Up Weekend, September 2022

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The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is collecting your donations of Clothes, Shoes and Linen all Day Saturday September 24th and Sunday September 25th 2022 from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm.

A container will be be located in the West Parking Lot of St. Joseph’s Church Highland Creek, 200 Morrish Road.



No Appliances, Books, Video Tapes, Dishes, Furniture (except small Dresser)

Thank you for your donation!

More information is available at http://svdptoronto.org/

Volunteers are needed

If you would like to volunteer, please text Lyndon Alvares at 647-524-6157 or call the Church Office at 416.282.0370 ext: 217


Monday, April 25, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

A day of reflection for men and women. In our environment of growing social polarization and division, in which our Christian faith is so often used as fuel for such polarization and divisions, many people see our faith in Christ as overly-defensive, political and life-depleting. But our faith in Christ was born to be life-giving, as we have been experiencing this Easter season. This day will include talks given by Fr. Trevor Scott, SJ, Reconciliation Service, confessions available and plenty of time for private prayer and to walk our grounds. Included is lunch and break. The day ends with Mass.

Suggested offering: $50.00 per person.

Register: www.manresa-canada.ca

Contact: registration@manresa.ca

Phone #: 905-839-2864 


Many aspects of pre-Covid life are returning, such as the gradual reopening of our parishes. But we must remember that, for many people, their suffering continues. ShareLife-funded agencies have been helping thousands of people since the pandemic began. They quickly adapted their programs in light of safety and the changing needs of the people they serve

Thank you for supporting ShareLife!

The next collection is on May 1. 


We’re happy to begin circulating our Bulletin again.

Here’s a review of the requirements for any submissions.

  1. Deadline for submission is Monday at 5:00 p.m.
  2. Submissions will be reviewed prior to approval
  3. Submissions may be subject to editing due to space constraints 


The NOVENA began on Good Friday and continues through to Saturday, April 23rd.

Regarding DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY, Jesus’ words, “The soul that will go to confession and receive Holy Communion on that day* shall obtain COMPLETE FORGIVENESS OF SINS AND PUNISHMENT”, speak of a gift of grace equalled only by that of Holy Baptism.

To receive this most singular grace, we must also

  1. Have performed some act of mercy
  2. Contemplate, on that day, the Mystery of Redemption as the greatest revelation of Divine Mercy towards us.
  3. ASK for this very special grace.

*Note: A good Confession up to a few weeks in advance suffices, assuming one remains in the state of grace.

Find INFORMATION and NOVENA PAMPHLETS at the Church exits.

For more information, call Bonnie Washer 416-284-5772 


Happy EASTER! Thank You Lord!!!

Though HS Foundations did not find a virtual platform, EDGE continued virtually from 2020 to 2022. Some topics that were covered: pray for the dead; the Saints in heaven, an ADVENTure walk from Nazareth to Bethlehem, give a Spiritual Bouquet, the Crown of Thorns….

On April 8th, the 2nd in-person EDGE Night of 2022, EDGErs will pray and colour a Stations of the Cross booklet to keep.

Please pray for the Youth.