St. Mary Immaculate Parish

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St. Mary Immaculate Parish
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Pastor: Rev. Fr. Robert Reddy
Associate Pastor: Rev. Fr. Marco Testa
In Residence: Rev. Fr. Jim Adams
Deacon: Deacon Joseph D'Amico
Pastoral Worker: Michelle Gregory
Secretary: Ida Foch
Hospital Visitations: Anne Roman
Knights of Columbus: Steven Lozinski & Sandy Gerolimon
Catholic Women's League: Boots Montano
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Homebound: Mary Barry
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Italian Prayer Group: Adele Cremonese & Rosa Marsella
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Italian Committee: Antonietta Miniaci
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Sunday Masses:
Saturday
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9:30 am (Italian)
11:00 am
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Friday:
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Saturday: 8:30 am
Confession:
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Sunday:
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Baptismal Class: 2nd Sunday at 2:00 pm
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2nd & 4th Saturday at 10:00 am
Marriage:
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Friday Exposition & Adoration: 12:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help: 8:30 am Saturday Mass
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TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Dear Brothers and Sisters, … Telling the Parable of the dishonest but very crafty administrator, Christ teaches His disciples the best way to use money and material riches, that is, to share them with the poor, thus acquiring their friendship, with a view to the Kingdom of Heaven. "Make friends for yourselves by means of unrighteous mammon," Jesus says, "so that when it fails they may receive you into the eternal habitations" (Lk 16: 9). Money is not "dishonest" in itself, but more than anything else it can close man in a blind egocentrism. It therefore concerns a type of work of "conversion" of economic goods: instead of using them only for self‐interest, it is also necessary to think of the needs of the poor, imitating Christ Himself, who, as St Paul wrote: "though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that by His poverty you might become rich" (II Cor 8: 9). It seems paradoxical: Christ has not enriched us with His richness but with His poverty, with His love that brought Him to give Himself totally to us. Here one could open up a vast and complex field of reflection on the theme of poverty and riches, also on a world scale, in which two logics of economics oppose each other: the logic of profit and that of the equal distribution of goods, which do not contradict each other if their relationship is well ordered…. May Mary Most Holy, who in the Magnificat proclaimed: the Lord "has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich He has sent empty away" (Lk 1: 53), help Christians to use earthly goods with Gospel wisdom, that is, with generous solidarity, and inspire politicians and economists with farsighted strategies that favour the authentic progress of all peoples. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI 23 Sept 2007 Castel Gandolfo. THE SACRED LITURGY THIS WEEK Monday, September 23rd, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, Priest. Padre Pio was born Francesco Forgione in Pietrelcina, Italy on May 25, 1887. At a very young age, he dedicated his life to God. He was ordained in the year 1910 and lived most of his life as a Capuchin friar in San Giovanni Rotondo. He became famous for his piety and for the visible wounds of Christ on his body. He died in 1968. FRIDAY EXPOSITION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT begins at 3:00 p.m. with the praying of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Eucharistic Holy Hour will begin at 6:00 p.m. with Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and end with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Holy Mass begins at 7:00 p.m. In order for the Blessed Sacrament to be exposed at least two adorers should be present in the Church at all times. SACRED HEART DEVOTION Devotion to the Sacred Heart, as we know it, began about the year 1672. On repeated occasions, Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, a Visitation nun, in France, and during these apparitions He explained to her the devotion to His Sacred Heart as He wanted people to practice it. He asked to be honored in the symbol of His Heart of flesh; He asked for acts of reparation, for frequent Communion, Communion on the First Friday of the month, and the keeping of the Holy Hour. When the Catholic Church approved the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, she did not base her action only on the visions of St. Margaret Mary. The Church approved the devotion on its own merits. There is only one Person in Jesus, and that Person was at the same time God and Man. His Heart, too, is Divine ‐‐ it is the Heart of God. There are two things that must always be found together in the devotion to the Sacred Heart: Christ's Heart of flesh and Christ's love for us. True devotion to the Sacred Heart means devotion to the Divine Heart of Christ insofar as His Heart represents and recalls His love for us. In honoring the Heart of Christ, our homage lingers on the Person of Jesus in the fullness of His love. This love of Christ for us was the moving force of all he did and suffered for us ‐‐ in Nazareth, on the Cross, in giving Himself in the Blessed Sacrament, in His teaching and healing, in His praying and working. When we speak of the Sacred Heart, we mean Jesus showing us His Heart, Jesus all love for us and all lovable. (Taken from EWTN: http://www.ewtn.com/devotionals/heart/meditation.htm#
ixzz2fMNvgDoo) PARISH EMAIL LIST on Sunday, September 1st, Pope Francis invited the whole Catholic world to observe a Vigil of Prayer for Peace in Syria. The time of his announcement made it impossible for us to notify you, the parishioners, of the time of our own vigil. For this reason, Thursday, Sept. 26th, St. Jean de Brebeuf, St. Isaac we are asking those of you who would like to be on a Jogues, Priests & Companions, Martyrs. St. Isaac parish email list to send us an email at Jogues & Companions were the first North American [email protected] Include this in the subject line: Parish martyrs officially recognized by the Church. They email list. This will enable us to inform or remind you of suffered greatly for the Church & the Faith in the 1600’s. any Parish activities or events including Feasts. Friday, Sept. 27th, St. Vincent de Paul, Priest. St. Vincent de Paul was born in France in 1581. After ordination to the priesthood, he served in a parish in Paris. Moved by the plight of the poor, he founded the Congregation of the Mission to supervise the formation of priests & to give support to the poor. With St. Louise de Marillac, he founded the conger‐
gation of the Daughters of Charity. He died in 1661. THE SANCTUARY LAMPS THIS WEEK BURN FOR: Intention of the Tellis & D’Sousa families All Persecuted Christians BLESSING OF ANIMALS on the FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 4th at 8 p.m. St. Francis of Assisi is known among other things as a patron saint of animals because of his love and reverence for God’s creation. On his feast day, with the blessing of animals we have an opportunity to thank God for our pets who provide us with so much love and comfort. This is a good opportunity for parents to teach their children respect for the created order. All pet owners and even non‐pet owners are welcome to join us on the south corner of the church lawn, weather permitting. ENGLISH CHOIR PRACTICE resumes this week at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. SEPTEMBER 22, 2013
LEARN FROM ME FOR I AM GENTLE AND HUMBLE OF HEART This prayer book on DEVOTION TO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS is available from the parish office. Just published as part of our efforts to celebrate the Year of Faith, this little book explains the origins and the spirituality of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It also includes a selection of traditional prayers. It is especially useful as an introduction to a devotion that leads us into the very Heart of God. Cost is $5.00. Proceeds to benefit the pro‐life movement. FIRST HOLY COMMUNION PARENT REGISTRATION NIGHTS are on Thurs. Sept 26th at 7 p.m. and Tues. Oct. 1st at 7 p.m, Thurs., Oct. 10th at 7 p.m. and Tues., Oct. 15th at 7 p.m. Attendance at one of the nights is mandatory for the parents who wish to register their child to receive First Holy Communion. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY fall collection will take place on the weekend of September 29th. As you prepare to celebrate thanksgiving with family and friends, we ask you to remember our neighbours in need. In this economy, the number of families who depend on us for help is constantly increasing, as jobs are scarce and earnings are unpredictable. We thank you for your generosity in the past & once again appeal to you for help. CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD for children 3‐
7 yrs old. A Montessori approach to learning about our faith. Sessions begin in October. If interested, please call Anita at 905‐508‐9275. TEN DATES EVERY CATHOLIC SHOULD KNOW: SEMINAR IN CHURCH HISTORY. Two seminar times available on Wednesdays: 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Sept. 25 to Nov. 27 in the Parish Hall. $20 per person. To register, please call the Parish Office. LAUNCH OF CWL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE will take place following each Mass during the weekend of September 21/22. The booth will be located at the main entrance of the church and will be open one weekend a month on dates to be posted in the bulletin. DEFUND ABORTION RALLY – OCTOBER 3RD Did you know Ontario taxpayers pay $50 million each year to fund abortions? With that money we could hire 200 doctors or 400 nurses or treat 500 autistic children. Let us end the unjust practice of forcing taxpayers to fund abortions. On Thurs., Oct. 3, please join one of the Defund Abortion Rallies at all 107 MPP offices. Call 1‐800‐730‐5358 / Visit www.campaignlifecoalition.com/defundON for locations, LIFE CHAIN SUNDAY on Oct. 6th, 2­3 p.m. at the corner of Yonge & Major Mackenzie. LifeChain is a simple and prayerful way to give public witness to the Truth that abortion is a violent destruction of human life. It takes only an hour and all you have to do is stand quietly with others holding a sign with a simple message. Join us as we witness for the millions of unborn lost in Canada through abortion and to silently and prayerfully intercede to the Lord to end abortion and heal our nation. ROSARY APOSTOLATE in the Schools is seeking volunteers who have a devotion to the Mother of God and who are willing to visit our elementary schools to pray the Rosary with the children once a month. Training will be provided. Please call Laura at 905‐737‐6457. 22 settembre 2013 – 25a del tempo ordinario >Beati i misericordiosi, perché otterranno misericordia=. Questa beatitudine di Gesù è l=eco di altre due del Salmista: >Beato chi si prende cura del misero, perché il Signore lo salverà. Beato chi prova compassione e non nega il suo aiuto=. Appropriatevi, con la violenza dell=amore, di queste beatitudini. La vostra dedizione ai poveri non conosca requie. Non dite: >Torna domani e ti darò quanto chiedi=. Non lasciate passare tempo tra lo slancio del cuore e il gesto. L=amore non tollera indugi. La sollecitudine raddoppi il valore del vostro dono. Dividete il pane con l=affamato, ospitate il senzatetto, e fatelo volentieri; la vostra misericordia sia illuminata dalla gioia. Un dono fatto a malincuore o per forza perde bellezza e merito. Niente facce arcigne coi poveri, ma gioiosa munificenza. Se rompete le catene dell=avarizia, se vi scuotete di dosso il giogo della diffidenza, se smettete di esitare e di mormorare, avrete una magnifica ricompensa: dice infatti Isaia che >la vostra luce eromperà come l=alba e verrà sollecita la vostra guarigione=. (...) Il Signore dell=universo non vuole sacrifici, bensì misericordia, non migliaia di agnelli sgozzati, bensì amore. Presentiamogli il nostro amore sulle mani dei poveri, soccorrendo i poveri. Il giorno in cui lasceremo questo mondo, essi ci accoglieranno nelle tende eterne e là vedremo faccia a faccia Cristo stesso (Gregorio Nazianzeno in Servire i poveri gioiosamente pp. 104‐5). La santità non si identifica con la stupidità; c=è anzi una scaltrezza che il santo ha imparato bene e che giustifica tante sue scelte impegnative. I figli di questo mondo infatti verso i loro pari sono più scaltri dei figli della luce. Queste parole esprimono un lamento di Gesù e contengono un suo desiderio: possibile che il Regno di Dio non valga un impegno deciso e radicale? Possibile che l=uomo sappia escogitare le vie più nascoste quando si tratta di far soldi o ottenere successo e che sia invece così imbranato, così fiacco, quando si tratta di conquistare il Regno di Dio (Sirboni‐Monari, Lampada per i miei passi­C p. 266). 1.
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AVVISI La S. Vincenzo de Paoli prepara la colletta di giacche, soprabiti, e cappotti usati ma in buono stato e di qualsiasi taglia per uomini, donne, e bambini da distribuire ai poveri. Vi si incoraggia ad esplorare i vostri armadi per liberarvi di tali oggetti che non vi servono più e che tanto calore potranno dare ai bisognosi. Se ne farà colletta in sala nel pomeriggio del 25 ottobre ed il giorno seguente. Catechesi del Buon Pastore, per bambini dai 3 ai 7 anni, secondo il metodo Montessori; chiamate Anita, 905‐508‐9275. CATHOLIC CHAPTER HOUSE PRESENTS In Search of Truth – A Call to Conversion with Marcus Grodi at the Canada Christian College, 50 Gervais Dr., Toronto on Sat.,, Oct. 19th from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Info/register: www.catholicchapterhouse.com or 1‐888‐522‐2070. MASS INTENTIONS Sept. 22­28 SUN. 9:30 a.m. +Domenico & Pasqualiina D’Agostini +Savina & Michele De Angelis +Giovanni De Luca +Rinaldo e Maria Ciotola +Oriente Santilli +Salerno e Curto Famiglia +Camilla e Michele Fedele +Rosa Tognoli MON. 9:00 a.m. +Maria Ferreira TUE. 8:00 a.m. +Zbigniew Raczynski WED. 8:00 a.m. Thanksgiving (Peter Lau) THURS 8:00 a.m. + Saverio Giusti FRI. 8:00 a.m. + Edward Paczynski 7:00 p.m. In reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus +Antonio Pacitto +Crisostomo & Paniccia Families +Romeo Gonzales +Bruno Risi +Shun‐Yin Lau + Concetta Filippo e Mattia Paglino SAT. 8:30 a.m. In reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Special Intention +Deceased of Naughton Family +Deceased of the Fernandes Family In thanksgiving–Thomas Gomes PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: Ursula Addesi, Doris Anderson, Eugene Bomba, Matteo Burbano, Patrick Burke, Rory Burke, Stephanie Byrne, David Calado, Andy Calado, David Canivet, Bruno Cassara, Andrea Cavallin, Joe Cinno, Alan & Carol Cook, Manuela Clement, Caterina De Grano, Thomas De Souza, Harry Dekharmenjan, Nancy Duncan, Steven Fiorini, Roberto Garcias, Margaret Gardiner, Jessica Gonzales, Godfrey Gosein, Carmela Harrison, Gertiudes Henriques, Andy Heutehaus, Theresa Hogan, Lawrence Howe, Elena Iacobelli, Rogelia Infante, Maria Iudiciani, Terry Jennings, Jolanta Karabowicz, Margaret Kelly, Derek Lai, Olivera Lambeta, Mary Malandrino, Macaria Margate, Chris Markle, Veronica Martin, Marguerite McRae, Paul Melotte, Rachelle (Joy Ann) Mendoza, George Morgan, Anthony Morse, Susan, Nino Naccarato, Lydia, Michelle Antoinette Nedvedskaya, Helen & Catherine, Myola Nunes, Rosemary Palmieri, Lisa, Domenico Pileggi, Kaliopi & Eugenia Pandelopoulou, Esther Reyes, Todd Santaguida, Werner & Lucienne Schachatsiek, Claire Schickedanz, Joan Scott, Margot Senbrich, Vincenzo Sorbara, Pat Sullivan, Linda Vincent, Therese Vincent, Nora Waldherr, Abigail Walz, Wayne, Sandra Weinholdt, Kayla Whelan, Fran Young, Ted Zygmunt, BREAKFAST WITH TERRY BARBER on Sat., Sept. 28th at 9:30 am Terry Barber, co‐founder of Lighthouse Catholic Media, founder of St. Joseph Communication and co‐host with Jesse Romero on Mother Angelica’s EWTN Radio Network will be speaking at St Francis Xavier Church, Mississauga on Witnessing in Today’s Culture. Tickets $15. For info call Sockee at 905‐568‐8777 or e‐mail [email protected] 98 - 3
TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Dear Brothers and Sisters, … Telling the Parable of the dishonest but very crafty administrator, Christ teaches His disciples the best way to use money and material riches, that is, to share them with the poor, thus acquiring their friendship, with a view to the Kingdom of Heaven. "Make friends for yourselves by means of unrighteous mammon," Jesus says, "so that when it fails they may receive you into the eternal habitations" (Lk 16: 9). Money is not "dishonest" in itself, but more than anything else it can close man in a blind egocentrism. It therefore concerns a type of work of "conversion" of economic goods: instead of using them only for self‐interest, it is also necessary to think of the needs of the poor, imitating Christ Himself, who, as St Paul wrote: "though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that by His poverty you might become rich" (II Cor 8: 9). It seems paradoxical: Christ has not enriched us with His richness but with His poverty, with His love that brought Him to give Himself totally to us. Here one could open up a vast and complex field of reflection on the theme of poverty and riches, also on a world scale, in which two logics of economics oppose each other: the logic of profit and that of the equal distribution of goods, which do not contradict each other if their relationship is well ordered…. May Mary Most Holy, who in the Magnificat proclaimed: the Lord "has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich He has sent empty away" (Lk 1: 53), help Christians to use earthly goods with Gospel wisdom, that is, with generous solidarity, and inspire politicians and economists with farsighted strategies that favour the authentic progress of all peoples. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI 23 Sept 2007 Castel Gandolfo. THE SACRED LITURGY THIS WEEK Monday, September 23rd, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, Priest. Padre Pio was born Francesco Forgione in Pietrelcina, Italy on May 25, 1887. At a very young age, he dedicated his life to God. He was ordained in the year 1910 and lived most of his life as a Capuchin friar in San Giovanni Rotondo. He became famous for his piety and for the visible wounds of Christ on his body. He died in 1968. FRIDAY EXPOSITION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT begins at 3:00 p.m. with the praying of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Eucharistic Holy Hour will begin at 6:00 p.m. with Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and end with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Holy Mass begins at 7:00 p.m. In order for the Blessed Sacrament to be exposed at least two adorers should be present in the Church at all times. SACRED HEART DEVOTION Devotion to the Sacred Heart, as we know it, began about the year 1672. On repeated occasions, Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, a Visitation nun, in France, and during these apparitions He explained to her the devotion to His Sacred Heart as He wanted people to practice it. He asked to be honored in the symbol of His Heart of flesh; He asked for acts of reparation, for frequent Communion, Communion on the First Friday of the month, and the keeping of the Holy Hour. When the Catholic Church approved the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, she did not base her action only on the visions of St. Margaret Mary. The Church approved the devotion on its own merits. There is only one Person in Jesus, and that Person was at the same time God and Man. His Heart, too, is Divine ‐‐ it is the Heart of God. There are two things that must always be found together in the devotion to the Sacred Heart: Christ's Heart of flesh and Christ's love for us. True devotion to the Sacred Heart means devotion to the Divine Heart of Christ insofar as His Heart represents and recalls His love for us. In honoring the Heart of Christ, our homage lingers on the Person of Jesus in the fullness of His love. This love of Christ for us was the moving force of all he did and suffered for us ‐‐ in Nazareth, on the Cross, in giving Himself in the Blessed Sacrament, in His teaching and healing, in His praying and working. When we speak of the Sacred Heart, we mean Jesus showing us His Heart, Jesus all love for us and all lovable. (Taken from EWTN: http://www.ewtn.com/devotionals/heart/meditation.htm#
ixzz2fMNvgDoo) PARISH EMAIL LIST on Sunday, September 1st, Pope Francis invited the whole Catholic world to observe a Vigil of Prayer for Peace in Syria. The time of his announcement made it impossible for us to notify you, the parishioners, of the time of our own vigil. For this reason, Thursday, Sept. 26th, St. Jean de Brebeuf, St. Isaac we are asking those of you who would like to be on a Jogues, Priests & Companions, Martyrs. St. Isaac parish email list to send us an email at Jogues & Companions were the first North American [email protected] Include this in the subject line: Parish martyrs officially recognized by the Church. They email list. This will enable us to inform or remind you of suffered greatly for the Church & the Faith in the 1600’s. any Parish activities or events including Feasts. Friday, Sept. 27th, St. Vincent de Paul, Priest. St. Vincent de Paul was born in France in 1581. After ordination to the priesthood, he served in a parish in Paris. Moved by the plight of the poor, he founded the Congregation of the Mission to supervise the formation of priests & to give support to the poor. With St. Louise de Marillac, he founded the conger‐
gation of the Daughters of Charity. He died in 1661. THE SANCTUARY LAMPS THIS WEEK BURN FOR: Intention of the Tellis & D’Sousa families All Persecuted Christians BLESSING OF ANIMALS on the FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 4th at 8 p.m. St. Francis of Assisi is known among other things as a patron saint of animals because of his love and reverence for God’s creation. On his feast day, with the blessing of animals we have an opportunity to thank God for our pets who provide us with so much love and comfort. This is a good opportunity for parents to teach their children respect for the created order. All pet owners and even non‐pet owners are welcome to join us on the south corner of the church lawn, weather permitting. ENGLISH CHOIR PRACTICE resumes this week at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. SEPTEMBER 22, 2013
LEARN FROM ME FOR I AM GENTLE AND HUMBLE OF HEART This prayer book on DEVOTION TO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS is available from the parish office. Just published as part of our efforts to celebrate the Year of Faith, this little book explains the origins and the spirituality of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It also includes a selection of traditional prayers. It is especially useful as an introduction to a devotion that leads us into the very Heart of God. Cost is $5.00. Proceeds to benefit the pro‐life movement. FIRST HOLY COMMUNION PARENT REGISTRATION NIGHTS are on Thurs. Sept 26th at 7 p.m. and Tues. Oct. 1st at 7 p.m, Thurs., Oct. 10th at 7 p.m. and Tues., Oct. 15th at 7 p.m. Attendance at one of the nights is mandatory for the parents who wish to register their child to receive First Holy Communion. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY fall collection will take place on the weekend of September 29th. As you prepare to celebrate thanksgiving with family and friends, we ask you to remember our neighbours in need. In this economy, the number of families who depend on us for help is constantly increasing, as jobs are scarce and earnings are unpredictable. We thank you for your generosity in the past & once again appeal to you for help. CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD for children 3‐
7 yrs old. A Montessori approach to learning about our faith. Sessions begin in October. If interested, please call Anita at 905‐508‐9275. TEN DATES EVERY CATHOLIC SHOULD KNOW: SEMINAR IN CHURCH HISTORY. Two seminar times available on Wednesdays: 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Sept. 25 to Nov. 27 in the Parish Hall. $20 per person. To register, please call the Parish Office. LAUNCH OF CWL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE will take place following each Mass during the weekend of September 21/22. The booth will be located at the main entrance of the church and will be open one weekend a month on dates to be posted in the bulletin. DEFUND ABORTION RALLY – OCTOBER 3RD Did you know Ontario taxpayers pay $50 million each year to fund abortions? With that money we could hire 200 doctors or 400 nurses or treat 500 autistic children. Let us end the unjust practice of forcing taxpayers to fund abortions. On Thurs., Oct. 3, please join one of the Defund Abortion Rallies at all 107 MPP offices. Call 1‐800‐730‐5358 / Visit www.campaignlifecoalition.com/defundON for locations, LIFE CHAIN SUNDAY on Oct. 6th, 2­3 p.m. at the corner of Yonge & Major Mackenzie. LifeChain is a simple and prayerful way to give public witness to the Truth that abortion is a violent destruction of human life. It takes only an hour and all you have to do is stand quietly with others holding a sign with a simple message. Join us as we witness for the millions of unborn lost in Canada through abortion and to silently and prayerfully intercede to the Lord to end abortion and heal our nation. ROSARY APOSTOLATE in the Schools is seeking volunteers who have a devotion to the Mother of God and who are willing to visit our elementary schools to pray the Rosary with the children once a month. Training will be provided. Please call Laura at 905‐737‐6457. 22 settembre 2013 – 25a del tempo ordinario >Beati i misericordiosi, perché otterranno misericordia=. Questa beatitudine di Gesù è l=eco di altre due del Salmista: >Beato chi si prende cura del misero, perché il Signore lo salverà. Beato chi prova compassione e non nega il suo aiuto=. Appropriatevi, con la violenza dell=amore, di queste beatitudini. La vostra dedizione ai poveri non conosca requie. Non dite: >Torna domani e ti darò quanto chiedi=. Non lasciate passare tempo tra lo slancio del cuore e il gesto. L=amore non tollera indugi. La sollecitudine raddoppi il valore del vostro dono. Dividete il pane con l=affamato, ospitate il senzatetto, e fatelo volentieri; la vostra misericordia sia illuminata dalla gioia. Un dono fatto a malincuore o per forza perde bellezza e merito. Niente facce arcigne coi poveri, ma gioiosa munificenza. Se rompete le catene dell=avarizia, se vi scuotete di dosso il giogo della diffidenza, se smettete di esitare e di mormorare, avrete una magnifica ricompensa: dice infatti Isaia che >la vostra luce eromperà come l=alba e verrà sollecita la vostra guarigione=. (...) Il Signore dell=universo non vuole sacrifici, bensì misericordia, non migliaia di agnelli sgozzati, bensì amore. Presentiamogli il nostro amore sulle mani dei poveri, soccorrendo i poveri. Il giorno in cui lasceremo questo mondo, essi ci accoglieranno nelle tende eterne e là vedremo faccia a faccia Cristo stesso (Gregorio Nazianzeno in Servire i poveri gioiosamente pp. 104‐5). La santità non si identifica con la stupidità; c=è anzi una scaltrezza che il santo ha imparato bene e che giustifica tante sue scelte impegnative. I figli di questo mondo infatti verso i loro pari sono più scaltri dei figli della luce. Queste parole esprimono un lamento di Gesù e contengono un suo desiderio: possibile che il Regno di Dio non valga un impegno deciso e radicale? Possibile che l=uomo sappia escogitare le vie più nascoste quando si tratta di far soldi o ottenere successo e che sia invece così imbranato, così fiacco, quando si tratta di conquistare il Regno di Dio (Sirboni‐Monari, Lampada per i miei passi­C p. 266). 1.
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AVVISI La S. Vincenzo de Paoli prepara la colletta di giacche, soprabiti, e cappotti usati ma in buono stato e di qualsiasi taglia per uomini, donne, e bambini da distribuire ai poveri. Vi si incoraggia ad esplorare i vostri armadi per liberarvi di tali oggetti che non vi servono più e che tanto calore potranno dare ai bisognosi. Se ne farà colletta in sala nel pomeriggio del 25 ottobre ed il giorno seguente. Catechesi del Buon Pastore, per bambini dai 3 ai 7 anni, secondo il metodo Montessori; chiamate Anita, 905‐508‐9275. CATHOLIC CHAPTER HOUSE PRESENTS In Search of Truth – A Call to Conversion with Marcus Grodi at the Canada Christian College, 50 Gervais Dr., Toronto on Sat.,, Oct. 19th from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Info/register: www.catholicchapterhouse.com or 1‐888‐522‐2070. MASS INTENTIONS Sept. 22­28 SUN. 9:30 a.m. +Domenico & Pasqualiina D’Agostini +Savina & Michele De Angelis +Giovanni De Luca +Rinaldo e Maria Ciotola +Oriente Santilli +Salerno e Curto Famiglia +Camilla e Michele Fedele +Rosa Tognoli MON. 9:00 a.m. +Maria Ferreira TUE. 8:00 a.m. +Zbigniew Raczynski WED. 8:00 a.m. Thanksgiving (Peter Lau) THURS 8:00 a.m. + Saverio Giusti FRI. 8:00 a.m. + Edward Paczynski 7:00 p.m. In reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus +Antonio Pacitto +Crisostomo & Paniccia Families +Romeo Gonzales +Bruno Risi +Shun‐Yin Lau + Concetta Filippo e Mattia Paglino SAT. 8:30 a.m. In reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Special Intention +Deceased of Naughton Family +Deceased of the Fernandes Family In thanksgiving–Thomas Gomes PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: Ursula Addesi, Doris Anderson, Eugene Bomba, Matteo Burbano, Patrick Burke, Rory Burke, Stephanie Byrne, David Calado, Andy Calado, David Canivet, Bruno Cassara, Andrea Cavallin, Joe Cinno, Alan & Carol Cook, Manuela Clement, Caterina De Grano, Thomas De Souza, Harry Dekharmenjan, Nancy Duncan, Steven Fiorini, Roberto Garcias, Margaret Gardiner, Jessica Gonzales, Godfrey Gosein, Carmela Harrison, Gertiudes Henriques, Andy Heutehaus, Theresa Hogan, Lawrence Howe, Elena Iacobelli, Rogelia Infante, Maria Iudiciani, Terry Jennings, Jolanta Karabowicz, Margaret Kelly, Derek Lai, Olivera Lambeta, Mary Malandrino, Macaria Margate, Chris Markle, Veronica Martin, Marguerite McRae, Paul Melotte, Rachelle (Joy Ann) Mendoza, George Morgan, Anthony Morse, Susan, Nino Naccarato, Lydia, Michelle Antoinette Nedvedskaya, Helen & Catherine, Myola Nunes, Rosemary Palmieri, Lisa, Domenico Pileggi, Kaliopi & Eugenia Pandelopoulou, Esther Reyes, Todd Santaguida, Werner & Lucienne Schachatsiek, Claire Schickedanz, Joan Scott, Margot Senbrich, Vincenzo Sorbara, Pat Sullivan, Linda Vincent, Therese Vincent, Nora Waldherr, Abigail Walz, Wayne, Sandra Weinholdt, Kayla Whelan, Fran Young, Ted Zygmunt, BREAKFAST WITH TERRY BARBER on Sat., Sept. 28th at 9:30 am Terry Barber, co‐founder of Lighthouse Catholic Media, founder of St. Joseph Communication and co‐host with Jesse Romero on Mother Angelica’s EWTN Radio Network will be speaking at St Francis Xavier Church, Mississauga on Witnessing in Today’s Culture. Tickets $15. For info call Sockee at 905‐568‐8777 or e‐mail [email protected] 98 - 3
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Dear Brothers and Sisters, … Telling the Parable of the dishonest but very crafty administrator, Christ teaches His disciples the best way to use money and material riches, that is, to share them with the poor, thus acquiring their friendship, with a view to the Kingdom of Heaven. "Make friends for yourselves by means of unrighteous mammon," Jesus says, "so that when it fails they may receive you into the eternal habitations" (Lk 16: 9). Money is not "dishonest" in itself, but more than anything else it can close man in a blind egocentrism. It therefore concerns a type of work of "conversion" of economic goods: instead of using them only for self‐interest, it is also necessary to think of the needs of the poor, imitating Christ Himself, who, as St Paul wrote: "though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that by His poverty you might become rich" (II Cor 8: 9). It seems paradoxical: Christ has not enriched us with His richness but with His poverty, with His love that brought Him to give Himself totally to us. Here one could open up a vast and complex field of reflection on the theme of poverty and riches, also on a world scale, in which two logics of economics oppose each other: the logic of profit and that of the equal distribution of goods, which do not contradict each other if their relationship is well ordered…. May Mary Most Holy, who in the Magnificat proclaimed: the Lord "has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich He has sent empty away" (Lk 1: 53), help Christians to use earthly goods with Gospel wisdom, that is, with generous solidarity, and inspire politicians and economists with farsighted strategies that favour the authentic progress of all peoples. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI 23 Sept 2007 Castel Gandolfo. THE SACRED LITURGY THIS WEEK Monday, September 23rd, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, Priest. Padre Pio was born Francesco Forgione in Pietrelcina, Italy on May 25, 1887. At a very young age, he dedicated his life to God. He was ordained in the year 1910 and lived most of his life as a Capuchin friar in San Giovanni Rotondo. He became famous for his piety and for the visible wounds of Christ on his body. He died in 1968. FRIDAY EXPOSITION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT begins at 3:00 p.m. with the praying of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Eucharistic Holy Hour will begin at 6:00 p.m. with Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and end with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Holy Mass begins at 7:00 p.m. In order for the Blessed Sacrament to be exposed at least two adorers should be present in the Church at all times. SACRED HEART DEVOTION Devotion to the Sacred Heart, as we know it, began about the year 1672. On repeated occasions, Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, a Visitation nun, in France, and during these apparitions He explained to her the devotion to His Sacred Heart as He wanted people to practice it. He asked to be honored in the symbol of His Heart of flesh; He asked for acts of reparation, for frequent Communion, Communion on the First Friday of the month, and the keeping of the Holy Hour. When the Catholic Church approved the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, she did not base her action only on the visions of St. Margaret Mary. The Church approved the devotion on its own merits. There is only one Person in Jesus, and that Person was at the same time God and Man. His Heart, too, is Divine ‐‐ it is the Heart of God. There are two things that must always be found together in the devotion to the Sacred Heart: Christ's Heart of flesh and Christ's love for us. True devotion to the Sacred Heart means devotion to the Divine Heart of Christ insofar as His Heart represents and recalls His love for us. In honoring the Heart of Christ, our homage lingers on the Person of Jesus in the fullness of His love. This love of Christ for us was the moving force of all he did and suffered for us ‐‐ in Nazareth, on the Cross, in giving Himself in the Blessed Sacrament, in His teaching and healing, in His praying and working. When we speak of the Sacred Heart, we mean Jesus showing us His Heart, Jesus all love for us and all lovable. (Taken from EWTN: http://www.ewtn.com/devotionals/heart/meditation.htm#
ixzz2fMNvgDoo) PARISH EMAIL LIST on Sunday, September 1st, Pope Francis invited the whole Catholic world to observe a Vigil of Prayer for Peace in Syria. The time of his announcement made it impossible for us to notify you, the parishioners, of the time of our own vigil. For this reason, Thursday, Sept. 26th, St. Jean de Brebeuf, St. Isaac we are asking those of you who would like to be on a Jogues, Priests & Companions, Martyrs. St. Isaac parish email list to send us an email at Jogues & Companions were the first North American [email protected] Include this in the subject line: Parish martyrs officially recognized by the Church. They email list. This will enable us to inform or remind you of suffered greatly for the Church & the Faith in the 1600’s. any Parish activities or events including Feasts. Friday, Sept. 27th, St. Vincent de Paul, Priest. St. Vincent de Paul was born in France in 1581. After ordination to the priesthood, he served in a parish in Paris. Moved by the plight of the poor, he founded the Congregation of the Mission to supervise the formation of priests & to give support to the poor. With St. Louise de Marillac, he founded the conger‐
gation of the Daughters of Charity. He died in 1661. THE SANCTUARY LAMPS THIS WEEK BURN FOR: Intention of the Tellis & D’Sousa families All Persecuted Christians BLESSING OF ANIMALS on the FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 4th at 8 p.m. St. Francis of Assisi is known among other things as a patron saint of animals because of his love and reverence for God’s creation. On his feast day, with the blessing of animals we have an opportunity to thank God for our pets who provide us with so much love and comfort. This is a good opportunity for parents to teach their children respect for the created order. All pet owners and even non‐pet owners are welcome to join us on the south corner of the church lawn, weather permitting. ENGLISH CHOIR PRACTICE resumes this week at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. SEPTEMBER 22, 2013
LEARN FROM ME FOR I AM GENTLE AND HUMBLE OF HEART This prayer book on DEVOTION TO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS is available from the parish office. Just published as part of our efforts to celebrate the Year of Faith, this little book explains the origins and the spirituality of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It also includes a selection of traditional prayers. It is especially useful as an introduction to a devotion that leads us into the very Heart of God. Cost is $5.00. Proceeds to benefit the pro‐life movement. FIRST HOLY COMMUNION PARENT REGISTRATION NIGHTS are on Thurs. Sept 26th at 7 p.m. and Tues. Oct. 1st at 7 p.m, Thurs., Oct. 10th at 7 p.m. and Tues., Oct. 15th at 7 p.m. Attendance at one of the nights is mandatory for the parents who wish to register their child to receive First Holy Communion. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY fall collection will take place on the weekend of September 29th. As you prepare to celebrate thanksgiving with family and friends, we ask you to remember our neighbours in need. In this economy, the number of families who depend on us for help is constantly increasing, as jobs are scarce and earnings are unpredictable. We thank you for your generosity in the past & once again appeal to you for help. CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD for children 3‐
7 yrs old. A Montessori approach to learning about our faith. Sessions begin in October. If interested, please call Anita at 905‐508‐9275. TEN DATES EVERY CATHOLIC SHOULD KNOW: SEMINAR IN CHURCH HISTORY. Two seminar times available on Wednesdays: 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Sept. 25 to Nov. 27 in the Parish Hall. $20 per person. To register, please call the Parish Office. LAUNCH OF CWL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE will take place following each Mass during the weekend of September 21/22. The booth will be located at the main entrance of the church and will be open one weekend a month on dates to be posted in the bulletin. DEFUND ABORTION RALLY – OCTOBER 3RD Did you know Ontario taxpayers pay $50 million each year to fund abortions? With that money we could hire 200 doctors or 400 nurses or treat 500 autistic children. Let us end the unjust practice of forcing taxpayers to fund abortions. On Thurs., Oct. 3, please join one of the Defund Abortion Rallies at all 107 MPP offices. Call 1‐800‐730‐5358 / Visit www.campaignlifecoalition.com/defundON for locations, LIFE CHAIN SUNDAY on Oct. 6th, 2­3 p.m. at the corner of Yonge & Major Mackenzie. LifeChain is a simple and prayerful way to give public witness to the Truth that abortion is a violent destruction of human life. It takes only an hour and all you have to do is stand quietly with others holding a sign with a simple message. Join us as we witness for the millions of unborn lost in Canada through abortion and to silently and prayerfully intercede to the Lord to end abortion and heal our nation. ROSARY APOSTOLATE in the Schools is seeking volunteers who have a devotion to the Mother of God and who are willing to visit our elementary schools to pray the Rosary with the children once a month. Training will be provided. Please call Laura at 905‐737‐6457. 22 settembre 2013 – 25a del tempo ordinario >Beati i misericordiosi, perché otterranno misericordia=. Questa beatitudine di Gesù è l=eco di altre due del Salmista: >Beato chi si prende cura del misero, perché il Signore lo salverà. Beato chi prova compassione e non nega il suo aiuto=. Appropriatevi, con la violenza dell=amore, di queste beatitudini. La vostra dedizione ai poveri non conosca requie. Non dite: >Torna domani e ti darò quanto chiedi=. Non lasciate passare tempo tra lo slancio del cuore e il gesto. L=amore non tollera indugi. La sollecitudine raddoppi il valore del vostro dono. Dividete il pane con l=affamato, ospitate il senzatetto, e fatelo volentieri; la vostra misericordia sia illuminata dalla gioia. Un dono fatto a malincuore o per forza perde bellezza e merito. Niente facce arcigne coi poveri, ma gioiosa munificenza. Se rompete le catene dell=avarizia, se vi scuotete di dosso il giogo della diffidenza, se smettete di esitare e di mormorare, avrete una magnifica ricompensa: dice infatti Isaia che >la vostra luce eromperà come l=alba e verrà sollecita la vostra guarigione=. (...) Il Signore dell=universo non vuole sacrifici, bensì misericordia, non migliaia di agnelli sgozzati, bensì amore. Presentiamogli il nostro amore sulle mani dei poveri, soccorrendo i poveri. Il giorno in cui lasceremo questo mondo, essi ci accoglieranno nelle tende eterne e là vedremo faccia a faccia Cristo stesso (Gregorio Nazianzeno in Servire i poveri gioiosamente pp. 104‐5). La santità non si identifica con la stupidità; c=è anzi una scaltrezza che il santo ha imparato bene e che giustifica tante sue scelte impegnative. I figli di questo mondo infatti verso i loro pari sono più scaltri dei figli della luce. Queste parole esprimono un lamento di Gesù e contengono un suo desiderio: possibile che il Regno di Dio non valga un impegno deciso e radicale? Possibile che l=uomo sappia escogitare le vie più nascoste quando si tratta di far soldi o ottenere successo e che sia invece così imbranato, così fiacco, quando si tratta di conquistare il Regno di Dio (Sirboni‐Monari, Lampada per i miei passi­C p. 266). 1.
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AVVISI La S. Vincenzo de Paoli prepara la colletta di giacche, soprabiti, e cappotti usati ma in buono stato e di qualsiasi taglia per uomini, donne, e bambini da distribuire ai poveri. Vi si incoraggia ad esplorare i vostri armadi per liberarvi di tali oggetti che non vi servono più e che tanto calore potranno dare ai bisognosi. Se ne farà colletta in sala nel pomeriggio del 25 ottobre ed il giorno seguente. Catechesi del Buon Pastore, per bambini dai 3 ai 7 anni, secondo il metodo Montessori; chiamate Anita, 905‐508‐9275. CATHOLIC CHAPTER HOUSE PRESENTS In Search of Truth – A Call to Conversion with Marcus Grodi at the Canada Christian College, 50 Gervais Dr., Toronto on Sat.,, Oct. 19th from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Info/register: www.catholicchapterhouse.com or 1‐888‐522‐2070. MASS INTENTIONS Sept. 22­28 SUN. 9:30 a.m. +Domenico & Pasqualiina D’Agostini +Savina & Michele De Angelis +Giovanni De Luca +Rinaldo e Maria Ciotola +Oriente Santilli +Salerno e Curto Famiglia +Camilla e Michele Fedele +Rosa Tognoli MON. 9:00 a.m. +Maria Ferreira TUE. 8:00 a.m. +Zbigniew Raczynski WED. 8:00 a.m. Thanksgiving (Peter Lau) THURS 8:00 a.m. + Saverio Giusti FRI. 8:00 a.m. + Edward Paczynski 7:00 p.m. In reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus +Antonio Pacitto +Crisostomo & Paniccia Families +Romeo Gonzales +Bruno Risi +Shun‐Yin Lau + Concetta Filippo e Mattia Paglino SAT. 8:30 a.m. In reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Special Intention +Deceased of Naughton Family +Deceased of the Fernandes Family In thanksgiving–Thomas Gomes PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: Ursula Addesi, Doris Anderson, Eugene Bomba, Matteo Burbano, Patrick Burke, Rory Burke, Stephanie Byrne, David Calado, Andy Calado, David Canivet, Bruno Cassara, Andrea Cavallin, Joe Cinno, Alan & Carol Cook, Manuela Clement, Caterina De Grano, Thomas De Souza, Harry Dekharmenjan, Nancy Duncan, Steven Fiorini, Roberto Garcias, Margaret Gardiner, Jessica Gonzales, Godfrey Gosein, Carmela Harrison, Gertiudes Henriques, Andy Heutehaus, Theresa Hogan, Lawrence Howe, Elena Iacobelli, Rogelia Infante, Maria Iudiciani, Terry Jennings, Jolanta Karabowicz, Margaret Kelly, Derek Lai, Olivera Lambeta, Mary Malandrino, Macaria Margate, Chris Markle, Veronica Martin, Marguerite McRae, Paul Melotte, Rachelle (Joy Ann) Mendoza, George Morgan, Anthony Morse, Susan, Nino Naccarato, Lydia, Michelle Antoinette Nedvedskaya, Helen & Catherine, Myola Nunes, Rosemary Palmieri, Lisa, Domenico Pileggi, Kaliopi & Eugenia Pandelopoulou, Esther Reyes, Todd Santaguida, Werner & Lucienne Schachatsiek, Claire Schickedanz, Joan Scott, Margot Senbrich, Vincenzo Sorbara, Pat Sullivan, Linda Vincent, Therese Vincent, Nora Waldherr, Abigail Walz, Wayne, Sandra Weinholdt, Kayla Whelan, Fran Young, Ted Zygmunt, BREAKFAST WITH TERRY BARBER on Sat., Sept. 28th at 9:30 am Terry Barber, co‐founder of Lighthouse Catholic Media, founder of St. Joseph Communication and co‐host with Jesse Romero on Mother Angelica’s EWTN Radio Network will be speaking at St Francis Xavier Church, Mississauga on Witnessing in Today’s Culture. Tickets $15. For info call Sockee at 905‐568‐8777 or e‐mail [email protected] Liturgical Publications
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GARDEN
Pastor: Rev. Fr. Robert Reddy
Associate Pastor: Rev. Fr. Marco Testa
In Residence: Rev. Fr. Jim Adams
Deacon: Deacon Joseph D'Amico
Pastoral Worker: Michelle Gregory
Secretary: Ida Foch
Hospital Visitations: Anne Roman
Knights of Columbus: Steven Lozinski & Sandy Gerolimon
Catholic Women's League: Boots Montano
CWL meets every 2nd Tuesday after 7:00 p.m. Mass
Legion of Mary: meets every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
St. Vincent De Paul: Louise Wilson,
Daniella Ballan 905-717-9827
RCIA: Flavia Silano & Murielle Poirier
Sunday School: Elizabeth Follows
Atrium: Anita Markle, Lily McCullough, Marie Lehman
Usher: Roland Leandrosz
Homebound: Mary Barry
Nursing Home: Peggy Paterson
Parish Volunteer Screening: Antoinette Stirling
Italian Prayer Group: Adele Cremonese & Rosa Marsella
Italian Pastoral Care Giver: Antonia Ciuffetta
Italian Committee: Antonietta Miniaci
HOMES
Builder of Quality New Homes
35 West Pearce St., #9
(905) 882-2320
www.gardenhomes.ca
VAUGHAN
AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES
Dr. Gabrielle Chan
New Patients Welcome
905-770-5882
10785 Leslie St. Unit 1
Auto Parts & Supplies
AC DELCO Distributor
237 Romina Dr., #1 (905) 738-2255
(905) 884-0061
10350 Yonge St. Ste. 104 @ Crosby
CATHOLIC CEMETERIES
Dr. M. Krawczuk
Archdiocese of Toronto
Holy Cross, Thornhill
(905) 889-7467
Mausoleum, Cremation, Monument Lots and Shrine Sections
www.catholic-cemeteries.com
Multi Pasta ADMIRAL CLEANERS
(SINCE 1984)
Since 1989 & Catering
NEW ECO CLEAN SYSTEM
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operated by
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PLUMBING SUPPLY LTD.
9218 Yonge St. (at Carrville)
Visit our Showroom
– Dentist –
MeatsProduceGroceryGourmet Foods
Village Gate Plaza 9665 Bayview Ave. (905) 737-4280
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10271 Yonge St., #100
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HIGHLAND FUNERAL HOME
www.highlandfuneralhome.ca
16th Avenue and Hwy 404
BIMBROK TILE & MARBLE
BIANCHI/PRESTA
Barristers & Solicitors
Practicing Litigation, Corporate,
Commercial & Real Estate
9100 Jane St., 3rd Floor, Bldg. A
(905) 738-1078
Marble • Granite • Onyx • Limestone • Quartz
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965 Creditstone Rd., Vaughan 905-738-7222
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AME-TECH
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Richmond Hill (905) 884-4336
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BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS
Evening Hours by appointment
10620 Yonge St., Unit 2
905.884.2200
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RICHMOND HILL
ITALIAN SOCIAL CLUB
Colaricci Daudlin Tauro
FUNERAL HOMES LTD.
"A personal touch"
Vaughan's newest funeral home
Family owned and operated
Kevin Daudlin - General Manager
211 McNaughton Rd. E., Maple 905-303-4400
www.cdtfuneralhomes.ca
www.chartwellreit.ca
Making People's Lives Better
OPEN HOUSE
Wed., Oct. 16, 2013
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
416-969-8771
LITTLE MORELLO VETTESE SEGRETO LLP
Barristers and Solicitors
Practicing Personal Injury
& Insurance Litigation
1111 Creditstone Rd., Vaughan
John Vettese (905) 660-7950
MARLOWE
BANQUET FACILITIES
• Baptisms
• Engagements/Rehearsals
• Confirmations
• Showers/Weddings
MARLOWE
RESTAURANT
HomeLife/Bayview
Realty Inc., Brokerage
Linda Gregato
Sales Representative
C: 416-557-5584 B: 905-889-2200
[email protected]
www.themarlowe.ca
[email protected]
Waterproofing, Foundation Repairs,
Interior & Exterior Methods
Licensed Insured
416-749-2273BASETECH.ca
St. Anne
905-883-0311
St. Mary Immaculate 905-884-5381
Corpus Christi
905-770-8713
Home Decor
Window & Door
Centre Inc.
15 Connie Cres., Concord
(905) 760-8350
Stan Zoldos, B.B.M., C.A.
Maura Moore
598 Major MacKenzie Dr. E.
(905) 737-6770
(905) 884-4094
90 Major Mackenzie Dr. E.
Auto•Home•Business
416-292-2020 ext. 203
Dr. Susan Filippi
Dentist
Chartered Accountant
Insurance Broker
Sunday Masses:
Saturday
Sunday
5:00 pm
8:00 am
9:30 am (Italian)
11:00 am
12:30 pm
4:30 pm
Lauds: Monday to Friday: 7:30 am
Weekday Masses:
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am
Friday:
7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am
Confession:
Saturday: 4:00 to 5:00 pm
Sunday:
4:00 to 4:30 pm
Baptismal Class: 2nd Sunday at 2:00 pm
Baptism:
2nd & 4th Saturday at 10:00 am
Marriage:
Contact the priest one year in advance
Friday Exposition & Adoration: 12:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help: 8:30 am Saturday Mass
Two Hearts Rosary Prayer Group: Every Wednesday 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Italian Prayer Group: Every Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Schools
905-771-8645
THE WET BASEMENT
SPECIALISTS
New Members Welcome!
Banquet Hall Facilities
(905) 889-3648
905-417-8900
(905) 884-9242 (905) 773-5921 ........................................................
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Shopping
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905 887-8600
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Orthodontics
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- Rug Specialists
- Tile & Grout Cleaning
- Duct Cleaning
- Emergency, Water Damage
8851 Yonge Street
905-530-1153
Dr. Susan Capitelli
Dr. Vera Sluzar-MacIntyre
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Contact the Admissions Office
@ 905-833-1909, ext. 367
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Tel: (905) 884-1784
Fax: (905) 884-1883
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Office Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Professional Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
www.northlandcarpetcare.ca
Abruzzo Pizza Ltd.
Delivery Take-out & Dining
9010 Yonge St. (905) 881-8222
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Established in 1857
Northland Carpet Care
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556 Edward Ave., Unit 75
Yonge & Elgin Mills
(905) 883-0100
St. Mary Immaculate Parish
St. Charles Garnier
905-884-0223
Fr. Henri Nouwen
905-884-8086
St. Theresa of Lisieux High School 905-787-1407
Counselling and Immigrant Services: Catholic Community Services of York Region
Tel.: 905-770-7040
www.ccsyr.org
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Tel.: (905) 889-7467
www.catholic-cemeteries.com
98 - 3
647-235-0728
Chartered Accountant
FAMILY DENTIST
New Patients Welcome
324 Hwy. 7 E., Ste 103 (at Bayview)
905-886-6198
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Sales Representative
Providing Dependable Service for Over 100 Years
Richmond Hill's Best Weekend Brunch!
Lunch + Dinner Daily - Weekday Lunch Buffet
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Your Community Realty
Brokerage
(905) 884-1062
ERIC L. BLASCHKE
DR. J. D'SOUZA
Liturgical Publications
Lou Tomasone - Broker
RE/MAX 2000 Realty Inc., Brokerage
LouSellsHomes.com
Marco Stancato C.F.P., RIB(ON)
CUMBRAE
ROOFING LTD.
Insurance - AUTO, BUSINESS, HOME, LIFE
Cel 416-346-2814 Bus 905-237-2905
Residential
166 Norfolk Ave. (905) 884-7378
416.743.2000
We're close...
3171 LENWORTH DR. #12 MISSISSAUGA, ON L4X 2G6 (800) 268-2637
Marshall Funeral Home Ltd.
We're just across Dunlop
Facing the Parish
Specializing in Herbal Products
and Diabetic Supplies
10366 YONGE STREET
Richmond Hill L4C 3B8
NEIGHBOURHOOD
PHARMACY
Open Mon-Fri 9:30-7:30; Sat 10-5; Sun 12-4
10271 Yonge St. (905) 737-2024
Tim Liang MSc.
"Innovative menu...extremely tasty"
Toronto Star
Prix Fixe menus for baptisms, communions,
confirmations or any other special event
Remember...
Let our advertisers know
you saw their ad here.
Richmond Green
416.574.9000
LUIGI PANICCIA
Fresh Artisan Bread
Cakes & Pastries for all Occasions
Fresh Deli & Hot Foods Daily
– Open 7 Days a Week –
(905) 883-5858
14 Oxford Street
WORRY-FREE
RETIREMENT LIVING
Experience Vibrant Seniors Living
Please Patronize Our Advertisers!
For advertising space call
1-800-268-2637
GARDEN
Pastor: Rev. Fr. Robert Reddy
Associate Pastor: Rev. Fr. Marco Testa
In Residence: Rev. Fr. Jim Adams
Deacon: Deacon Joseph D'Amico
Pastoral Worker: Michelle Gregory
Secretary: Ida Foch
Hospital Visitations: Anne Roman
Knights of Columbus: Steven Lozinski & Sandy Gerolimon
Catholic Women's League: Boots Montano
CWL meets every 2nd Tuesday after 7:00 p.m. Mass
Legion of Mary: meets every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
St. Vincent De Paul: Louise Wilson,
Daniella Ballan 905-717-9827
RCIA: Flavia Silano & Murielle Poirier
Sunday School: Elizabeth Follows
Atrium: Anita Markle, Lily McCullough, Marie Lehman
Usher: Roland Leandrosz
Homebound: Mary Barry
Nursing Home: Peggy Paterson
Parish Volunteer Screening: Antoinette Stirling
Italian Prayer Group: Adele Cremonese & Rosa Marsella
Italian Pastoral Care Giver: Antonia Ciuffetta
Italian Committee: Antonietta Miniaci
HOMES
Builder of Quality New Homes
35 West Pearce St., #9
(905) 882-2320
www.gardenhomes.ca
VAUGHAN
AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES
Dr. Gabrielle Chan
New Patients Welcome
905-770-5882
10785 Leslie St. Unit 1
Auto Parts & Supplies
AC DELCO Distributor
237 Romina Dr., #1 (905) 738-2255
(905) 884-0061
10350 Yonge St. Ste. 104 @ Crosby
CATHOLIC CEMETERIES
Dr. M. Krawczuk
Archdiocese of Toronto
Holy Cross, Thornhill
(905) 889-7467
Mausoleum, Cremation, Monument Lots and Shrine Sections
www.catholic-cemeteries.com
Multi Pasta ADMIRAL CLEANERS
(SINCE 1984)
Since 1989 & Catering
NEW ECO CLEAN SYSTEM
MANY SPECIAL PRICES
operated by
CERTIFIED DRY CLEANING
Since 1973
INSTRUCTOR
(SENECA COLLEGE)
PLUMBING SUPPLY LTD.
9218 Yonge St. (at Carrville)
Visit our Showroom
– Dentist –
MeatsProduceGroceryGourmet Foods
Village Gate Plaza 9665 Bayview Ave. (905) 737-4280
905-886-1147
10271 Yonge St., #100
905-884-3571
HIGHLAND FUNERAL HOME
www.highlandfuneralhome.ca
16th Avenue and Hwy 404
BIMBROK TILE & MARBLE
BIANCHI/PRESTA
Barristers & Solicitors
Practicing Litigation, Corporate,
Commercial & Real Estate
9100 Jane St., 3rd Floor, Bldg. A
(905) 738-1078
Marble • Granite • Onyx • Limestone • Quartz
Kitchen Counter Tops • Vanity Tops Installation
965 Creditstone Rd., Vaughan 905-738-7222
[email protected]
AME-TECH
Villanova
College
Carlo Di Rezze, P.Eng.
Consulting Engineer
An Independent Catholic
Augustinian School
World class wine World class value
Grades 4 through 12
Vin Bon Richmond Hill
Richmond Hill (905) 884-4336
RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
600 Valley Vista Dr. Vaughan
BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS
Evening Hours by appointment
10620 Yonge St., Unit 2
905.884.2200
VinBonRichmondhill.ca
RICHMOND HILL
ITALIAN SOCIAL CLUB
Colaricci Daudlin Tauro
FUNERAL HOMES LTD.
"A personal touch"
Vaughan's newest funeral home
Family owned and operated
Kevin Daudlin - General Manager
211 McNaughton Rd. E., Maple 905-303-4400
www.cdtfuneralhomes.ca
www.chartwellreit.ca
Making People's Lives Better
OPEN HOUSE
Wed., Oct. 16, 2013
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
416-969-8771
LITTLE MORELLO VETTESE SEGRETO LLP
Barristers and Solicitors
Practicing Personal Injury
& Insurance Litigation
1111 Creditstone Rd., Vaughan
John Vettese (905) 660-7950
MARLOWE
BANQUET FACILITIES
• Baptisms
• Engagements/Rehearsals
• Confirmations
• Showers/Weddings
MARLOWE
RESTAURANT
HomeLife/Bayview
Realty Inc., Brokerage
Linda Gregato
Sales Representative
C: 416-557-5584 B: 905-889-2200
[email protected]
www.themarlowe.ca
[email protected]
Waterproofing, Foundation Repairs,
Interior & Exterior Methods
Licensed Insured
416-749-2273BASETECH.ca
St. Anne
905-883-0311
St. Mary Immaculate 905-884-5381
Corpus Christi
905-770-8713
Home Decor
Window & Door
Centre Inc.
15 Connie Cres., Concord
(905) 760-8350
Stan Zoldos, B.B.M., C.A.
Maura Moore
598 Major MacKenzie Dr. E.
(905) 737-6770
(905) 884-4094
90 Major Mackenzie Dr. E.
Auto•Home•Business
416-292-2020 ext. 203
Dr. Susan Filippi
Dentist
Chartered Accountant
Insurance Broker
Sunday Masses:
Saturday
Sunday
5:00 pm
8:00 am
9:30 am (Italian)
11:00 am
12:30 pm
4:30 pm
Lauds: Monday to Friday: 7:30 am
Weekday Masses:
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am
Friday:
7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am
Confession:
Saturday: 4:00 to 5:00 pm
Sunday:
4:00 to 4:30 pm
Baptismal Class: 2nd Sunday at 2:00 pm
Baptism:
2nd & 4th Saturday at 10:00 am
Marriage:
Contact the priest one year in advance
Friday Exposition & Adoration: 12:00 pm to 6:50 pm
Devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help: 8:30 am Saturday Mass
Two Hearts Rosary Prayer Group: Every Wednesday 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Italian Prayer Group: Every Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Schools
905-771-8645
THE WET BASEMENT
SPECIALISTS
New Members Welcome!
Banquet Hall Facilities
(905) 889-3648
905-417-8900
(905) 884-9242 (905) 773-5921 ........................................................
10800 Yonge St. (at Elgin Mills)
Shopping
Locally
Saves Gas
De La Salle College "Oaklands"
905 887-8600
MAKES THE BEST IN HOMEMADE, PREMIUM
QUALITY, ITALIAN STYLE FRESH PASTA
14 Oxford St. #8 (905) 884-9629
4431 Stouffville Rd. (W. of McCowan)
treevalley.ca 905-640-2020
Insurance Broker
LifeHealthGroup Insurance
289 819-1383 Mobile 416 616-4249
Call us today! 905•773•4220
www.OakRidgesRetirement.com
Orthodontics
Visit our website www.villanovacollege.com
- Rug Specialists
- Tile & Grout Cleaning
- Duct Cleaning
- Emergency, Water Damage
8851 Yonge Street
905-530-1153
Dr. Susan Capitelli
Dr. Vera Sluzar-MacIntyre
Dr. Jennifer Yan
OPTOMETRISTS
Contact the Admissions Office
@ 905-833-1909, ext. 367
10295 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 3B9
Tel: (905) 884-1784
Fax: (905) 884-1883
E-mail: [email protected] www.smirh.com
Office Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Professional Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
www.northlandcarpetcare.ca
Abruzzo Pizza Ltd.
Delivery Take-out & Dining
9010 Yonge St. (905) 881-8222
460 Elgin Mills Rd. E. (905) 883-1616
Established in 1857
Northland Carpet Care
"One of Toronto's Top 10" - ZAGAT
www.abruzzopizza.com
www.goldenhome.ca
[email protected]
556 Edward Ave., Unit 75
Yonge & Elgin Mills
(905) 883-0100
St. Mary Immaculate Parish
St. Charles Garnier
905-884-0223
Fr. Henri Nouwen
905-884-8086
St. Theresa of Lisieux High School 905-787-1407
Counselling and Immigrant Services: Catholic Community Services of York Region
Tel.: 905-770-7040
www.ccsyr.org
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
Tel.: (905) 889-7467
www.catholic-cemeteries.com
98 - 3
647-235-0728
Chartered Accountant
FAMILY DENTIST
New Patients Welcome
324 Hwy. 7 E., Ste 103 (at Bayview)
905-886-6198
98 - 3
Sales Representative
Providing Dependable Service for Over 100 Years
Richmond Hill's Best Weekend Brunch!
Lunch + Dinner Daily - Weekday Lunch Buffet
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Your Community Realty
Brokerage
(905) 884-1062
ERIC L. BLASCHKE
DR. J. D'SOUZA