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KEELE CHAPEL 3725 Keele Street, Toronto (Between Sheppard and Finch Ave West)
Catholic Family Services
Is a non-profit, commu- nity based counseling agency. For programs offered see Calendar of Activities posted on our bulletin boards or con- tact the parish office for further information.
Support the Production of our Bulletin For quite some time we have been producing our own bulletin al- lowing us to meet the needs of the three languages. If we were to send this bulletin out to be produced, we would have to have one bulletin in English only for everyone and the publications of the Readings in Italian and Spanish would have to come to an end. Help us by Supporting our advertisers and also by placing an ad in our bulletin for a year. Please call the office for more information.
Parish Finance Council (Meets: second Wednesday of every month) Pastor (Chair) Mathew Hilbing (Vice-chair), Pat Parisi, Mary Lovisa (Secretary), Paschal
D’Souza, Rubiela Mesa and Flor Vitro
Building Committee (Meets with Property Manager)
Sandro Pecile, Rino Zan, Rafael Indacochea, Dan Christante (property manager)
St. Vincent de Paul Marinella Gonzalez (coordinator)
Renovación Carismática (Spanish) meets Fridays at 7:30pm
Maria de la Unidad (Esp.) Wednesday at 7:30pm
Tito Orellana (coordinator)
Neo Catechumenate Way Wednesday at 7:30pm
Rosary Thursday after 8:00am Mass (English).
Daily at 7:30am (Italian) Saturday at 7:00am (Español)
Parish Schools St. Jude’s - Elementary 416-393-5279 St. Simon - Elementary 416-393-5383 St. Basil-the-Great (H.S) 416-393-5513
First Friday Mass and Devotions
Mass every First Friday of the month at 7pm. Holy Hour immediately following the Mass. Confessions 6:00pm to 7:00pm and during adoration.
Sacrament of the Sick & Communion Calls
First Friday visitation by the priest or a lay person. Please contact the office for further details or to arrange a visit. If you require the visit of a priest, please contact the office to provide us with details.
Funerals Please contact the Funeral Home of your choice first. They will contact the parish office to make church arrangements. Remember Catholic Cemeteries when making your arrangements.
Devotions to St. Jude Every Wednesday after the 8:00am and 7:00pm masses and privately in St. Jude’s Chapel every day.
Confessions The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available Saturdays at 4:15pm; First Friday at 6:00pm and during adoration after 7pm Mass; Third Friday of the month at 6:30pm and after the Healing mass and other times by appointment.
Sacrament of Baptism Contact the parish at least three months before the desired date of baptism. After contacting the office you will have a group interview with the pastor to discuss requirements, sacramental preparation and any other concerns you may have. Please consider starting the process during the pregnancy which will make the attendance to prep-class easier.
First Communion & Confirmation Program
Parents are asked to contact the office for information. Our programs begin in the fall (September or October) and end with the reception of the sacraments. To pre-register for next year’s program, please call the parish office in June so that your child is included in our list. Orientation will be given during the Summer months.
R.C.I.A. and R.C.I.C. Programs The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) and for Children (RCIC) has now been implemented. Please contact the office to register and arrange to fill out an application for next year. The RCIA will only take place if a minimum of 5 people register.
Adult Confirmation Parishioners who have not made their First Communion and Confirmation and are now 18 years old and up are invited to sign up for our next adult Confirmation Class at the parish office. Proof of baptism is necessary for this program.
Sacrament of Matrimony Couples contemplating marriage at St. Jude’s parish are required to make contact with the parish office and review the marriage package before an interview with the priest. Diocesan regulation demands that marriages are booked one year in advance minimum.
Welcome to New Parishioners We warmly welcome all new parishioners to St. Jude’s and encourage them to register in the parish office. Offertory envelopes are available upon request when registration takes place.
3265 Weston Road,
Toronto Ontario, M9M 2T9 Tel: 416-742-9072 Fax: 416-742-9327
pastor Fr. Josue Vargas Lara,
[email protected] Accountant
Maria De Ruyte [email protected]
Joan M. Turco
MASS SCHEDULE SUNDAY MASSES
Saturday: 5:00pm (English) Sunday: 8:00am (Italian) 9:30am, 11:00am (English)
WEEKDAYS MASSES Mon-Fri 8:00am Wednesdays 7:00pm Holidays 9:00am 1st & 3rd Fridays 7:00pm
PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday to Friday
9:00am to 5:00pm (Office closed from 12noon- 1:00pm Monday to Friday)
CHURCH HOURS Opens daily at 7:00am Closes Mon-Fri at 8:00pm Saturday at 7:00pm Sunday at 3:00pm
St. Jude’s Parish
Third Sunday in ordinary time
Pray for the sick: Maria Guadalupe Pelayo, Mercedes Pulla, Rosa Rua, Edier Correa, Kris- ta Warren Scola Genoveffa, Marian- na Frustaci, Alba Marina Valder- rama, Thair Frances, Dennis Nation, Saverio Capani, Veni Christante, Mathew Rodrigo, Rosa Martinez, Joseph Cassar, Daniella Massara, Aldo B. Chandula Waidyaratne, Enza Pasquarelli, Pierino Ferri, Ade- laide Spassiani, Ann Smith, Joseph D’Addario, Michael MacChesney, Peter DeRuyte,
The recently deceased Yvonne Forma, Dorothy Dique, Angela Chiappetta, Domenico Sci- arra, Luigi Ognibene, Angelica Sanchez-Aliaga, Onorato Madarello, Stella Tomasone, Vincenza de An- gelis, Michele Plastina, Assunta Sampogna
Saturday, January 23rd 5:00pm Vigil Mass † Joseph Hung Nguyen † Joseph Vinh Nguyen † Lucia Paglia † Anna & Mike Pimpinella Sunday, January 24th 8:00am Mass † Antonio Reda † Frank Sbrocchi † Lucia Mascherin 9:30am Mass PRO-POPULO 11:00am Mass PRO-POPULO 12:30pm Mass Please see Spanish Bulletin Monday, January 25th 8:00am Mass Tuesday, January 26th 8:00am Mass Wednesday, January 27th 8:00am Mass
♦ For the Intentions of Maria Marushko 7:00pm Mass † Giuseppe Denardi Thursday, January 28th 8:00am Mass Friday, January 29th 8:00am Mass
Sanctuary Lamp Jan 23 – Jan 29
For the intentions of: Fr. Josue Vargas
MASS INTENTIONS Saint Paul implores us to recognize that we are holy ground. We are the body of Christ and as its various members are called to do great things. In the Gospel, Jesus recognizes himself as holy ground — called to bring good news to the poor, the captives and the op- pressed. Can we recognize ourselves as holy ground? In her writings, Teresa of Avila reminds us that Christ has no body now on earth but ours. No hands, no feet on earth but ours. We, the people whom Jesus calls by name, are called to free the oppressed, and give sight to the blind. Are we up for this challenge?
Mass of Installation Saturday, February 13, 2016 during the 5:00pm Mass I will be installed as pastor. o