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29th Sunday of Ordinary Time

While Fr. John is away please enjoy these wonderful excerpts from the homilies and addresses of Pope Francis.  This week’s is Part I (Part II will follow in next week’s bulletin) from the address he gave to the Bishops in Brazil, reflecting on his visit to the Shrine of Aparecida:


28th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Fr. John will be away on Pilgrimage to the Holy Land until October 25 and so over the next three Sundays he will not be able to offer us his thoughtful and warm Pastor’s Notes. Please enjoy these wonderful excerpts from the homilies and addresses of the Pastor of the Universal Church, Pope Francis. This week’s is from the homily he gave on the Feast of St. Francis at the Basilica of St.

27th Sunday of Ordinary Time

In my second year novitiate, I was assigned to be Guest Master. My job was to insure that the room was cleaned for an incoming guest and also cleaned when they left. When I had completed this work, I would almost always go to my Superior to tell him it was done.


26th Sunday of Ordinary Time

This Weekend we’re doing something a little different - Cardinal Collins has asked that all parishes in the Archdiocese celebrate the Feast of St Michael (Patron Saint of Toronto).


Bulletin 2013-09-29

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2013-09-29 (All day)
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Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time

We always say it’s good to be honest.  And so, I have to be honest with you, for half of this Sunday’s Gospel, I’m not sure what Jesus is teaching.  When Jesus says “And his master commended the dishonest manager because he had acted shrewdly; for the children of this age are more shrewd in dealing with their own generation than are the children of light,” I am left more than a little


Pastor's Note September 15, 2013

As a kid growing up my dog was always at the door waiting for me to come home.  He would greet me one of two ways:  he would either be jumping at me in excitement or he’d have downcast eyes with his tail in between his legs.  If it were the latter, I knew he had done something wrong.  And so I would walk around the house to see where he had used the bathroom or to find the r


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