September 25 2016: 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C
Masses for the Week - September 24 - October 1, 2016
Sat Sept 24
- 9:00am †John & Elisa D’Souza
- 5:00pm †Deceased Members of the Vurro Family
Sun Sept 25
- 9:00am Intention of Arlene Martin
- 11:00am For the People of the Parish
- 7:00pm †Joseph Burke
Mon Sept 26 ST. JOHN DE BREBEUF & ST. ISAAC JOGUES, PRIESTS AND COMPANIONS, MARTYRS
- 9:00am †Joan Williams
Tues Sept 27 ST VINCENT DE PAUL, PRIEST
- 9:00am †Gordon English
Wed Sept 28
- 9:00am †Francis Gaudet
Thurs Sept 29 ST. MICHAEL, ST. GABRIEL, ST. RAPHAEL, ARCHANGELS
- 9:00am †Cristino Balin
Fri Sept 30 ST. JEROME, PRIEST, DOCTOR
- Intention of Michael Gracias
- †Valerie Crasto
- †Crislostomo Alcantara
- †Vernie & Nellie Cronenburg
- †James Dalgarno
Sat Oct 1
- 9:00am †Enrico Aguilar
- 5:00pm †James Dalgarno
Today’s gospel presents a bitter lesson for the wealthy of this world, especially for those rich people who, like the Pharisees, fulfill their religious du-ties but do not see the starving at their door. We are not told that the rich man was evil, nor that Lazarus was resigned to his lot in life. The two were acquainted, but the difference in their lives on earth meant that each went his separate way at death. The rich man who did not help Lazarus during life, could not be helped by him after death. It was too late; if the rich man’s brothers would not heed God’s prophets, they would not listen to a visitor from the other world. Lazarus, who had been deprived of the most basic necessities, now shares in the banquet of the blessed. What is our reaction to the plight of the world’s poor? Are we like the people Amos castigates in the first reading, who sit in the lap of luxury while our civilization crumbles? The second reading calls on us to renew our dedication to God’s service, enduring in faith and love and witnessing steadfastly to the truth until Christ’s appearing.
Sunday Mass Book
Fall Ball 2016
ST. JOSEPH’S HIGHLAND CREEK COUNCIL 11525
FALL BALL 2016
FRI. NOV. 4TH.
6:30 P.M-.1 A.M.
THE ESTATES BANQUET HALL
430 NUGGET AVE. (West of Markham Rd.)
TICKETS: $50.00 EACH
COME AND HAVE FUN DANCING, EATING, SOCIALIZING…….
RAFFLES AND SILENT AUCTION
ALL MONEY RAISED WILL BE USED FOR THE ANNUAL CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY
Life Chain 2016
Sunday, October 2, 2016
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the corner of Kingston Rd. & Lawrence Ave.
PARISHIONERS ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council 11525
in a ONE hour of public silent witness in support of those who cannot speak for themselves as victims of abortion.
Please come out and show your support for Life !
Rain or Shine!
St. Michael’s Cathedral Re-dedication Celebrations - September 29 & 30, 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - Feast of St. Michael the Archangel
7:00 p.m. - Mass of Re-Dedication
Please note that due to limited seating, the re-dedication Mass is by invitation only. Only those with invitations who have RSVP'd will be able to attend.
Friday, September 30, 2016
12 noon - Mass of Thanksgiving – Open to the public
In honour of workers/trades who worked tirelessly on the restoration of the cathedral. Cardinal Thomas Collins to preside. A street party on Bond St. will follow Mass. All are welcome. Seating will be available on a first-come, first -seated basis. Please arrive early to guarantee a seat.
7:00 p.m. - Sacred Music Concert
Featuring St. Michael's Choir School and the new Opus 3907 Casavant Organ. Free tickets available online on a first-come, first-served basis as of 10:00 a.m. September 6 at https://cathedralconcert.eventbrite.ca. Maximum four tickets per person. Please note you must have a ticket to enter the cathedral for the concert.
Any questions regarding these celebrations can be directed to email@example.com. We look forward to celebrating this exciting milestone with our archdiocesan community!
St. Joseph's Prayer Group
Invites all parishioners to a special Mass and Teaching
Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 7:00p.m.
Presenter: Founder of Holy Spirit Interactive (HSI) and world renowned preacher, Aneel Aranha,
Topic: JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD
“It is My Father’s desire that you receive My Kingdom in its fullness…”
St. Joseph’s Parish
200 Morrish Road, Scarborough
For further information, contact Patricia Furtado at 416-724-8570
St. Joseph’s Senior Choir New Membership
St. Joseph’s Sunday 11:00 am Choir is looking for new members. Founded in 1955, we have a long tradition serving the parish community. Our repertoire includes both traditional and contemporary music, with up to 4 parts.
All are invited - we are especially in need of men’s voices. Previous musical training is not required.
Rehearsals are held on Sunday at 12:30pm.
Please see the Choir Director, Jason Gotera, after the 11:00am Sunday mass for more information.
Preparation for Reconciliation and First Holy Communion at St. Joseph’s
Registration and First Parent Meeting is on Sunday October 2, 2016 @ 1:00pm in the church and will be repeated on Monday October 3rd @ 7:00pm.
Please bring your completed registration package including a photocopy of the child's baptismal certificate.
Registration forms were distributed through your school and are also available by contacting Donna Tomie at email firstname.lastname@example.org