Mass in a Moment
By Margaret Bick
In its lectionary, the Church has collected certain Bible texts which best express the mystery of salvation within the liturgy.
On most Sundays the first reading is related to the gospel text and gives it focus.
This is not true, however, of the first reading on weekdays, nor of the second reading during the Sundays Ordinary Time.
These are passages from a single book of the Bible proclaimed day-by-day or Sunday-by-Sunday in biblical order.
The responsorial psalm is related to the first reading. It is a proclamation of the word of God sung at the ambo. This proclamation is shared by the cantor and the rest of the assembly.
In the singing of the psalms the risen Lord unites the voice of his body, the Church, with his own eternal hymn of praise.
In the words of Psalm 122, “Let us go rejoicing to the house of the Lord.”
MASS INTENTIONS & DAILY READINGS
Rosary at 11:50 a.m.
Tues. May 5th: ferial
12:05 pm: Adolf Winkler +
Acts 14.19-28, Ps. 145.10-11, 12-13ab, 13cd+21, John 14.27-31a
Wed. May 6th: ferial
Acts 15.1-6, Ps. 122.1-2,3-4a, 4b-5, John 15.1-8
Thurs. May 7th: ferial
12:05 pm: Gloria Flores +
Acts 15.7-21, Ps. 96.1-2a, 2b-3, 10, John 15.9-11
Fri. May 8th: ferial
Acts 15.22-31, Ps. 57.7, 8, 9-10, 11, John 15.12-17
Sat. May 9th: ferial
5:15 pm: Maria Prohaska +
Acts 16.1-10, Ps. 100.1-2, 3, 5, John 15.18-21
Readings for Sixth Sunday of Easter May 10th, 2015
1st Reading: Acts 10.25-26, 34-35, 44-48
Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 98.1, 2-3ab, 3cd-4
2nd Reading: 1 John 4.7-10
Gospel: John 15.9-17
Please pray for all who are ill, especially
John da Silva, Mae Bradley, Deacon Hugh Taylor, Sophia Karapita, Heather Tobias, Carmela Morra, Ann Collins, Maria Soares, Laura MacDonald, Patricia Cull and Maria Jose Bouey.
Catholic Education Week
May 3-8, 2015
“Exploring Paths of Joy!”
We invite all parishioners to join in celebrating Catholic Education Week 2015, which runs from May 3-8. For more than 160 years, Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic schools have been integrating our faith into all aspects of school life, empowering one another to serve as faithful disciples. We celebrate the distinctive contribution that Catholic schools provide, giving thanks and offering our prayers for all those who diligently nurture this precious gift. For more information about Catholic Education Week visit www.goodnewsforall.ca
MARCH FOR LIFE
THURSDAY, MAY 14th
The 18th annual National March for Life will take place in our Nations’s Capital on Thursday, May 14, 2015. This year’s theme is “Let Life Win” – it being an election year.
Last year over 25,000 people – young and old, strong and infirm – along with political and religious leaders, gathered peacefully on Parliament Hill to listen to speakers express their plea for a better Canada, one that will respect all human life and uphold the dignity of all human beings. Come and join the thousands in this impressive public witness to the intrinsic value of human life.
Welcome to Our Parish Family
April 25, 2015
son of Cliff & Alisha
Ava, Luke & Sage Magno
children of Carlo & Winona
Alexander & Matthew Scaglia
sons of Sandro & Zaida
Alexander & Ciara
children of Andrew & Cynthia
May 3rd, 2015
Nathanael Francis Nicholas-Schmidt
son of Michael & Vanessa
Sisters of Life
Do you know someone who is carrying the grief of a past abortion? Hope and healing are possible and God’s mercy endures forever. The Sisters of Life will be hosting a Day of Prayer and Healing for Women in Toronto on Saturday, May 30th, 2015. For confidential registration please call the Sisters of Life at 845-357-0258 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional info, visit: http://www.sistersoflife.org/days-of-prayer-healing-testimonies-faqs
MINISTER OF THE WORD & EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
For next weekend –
May 9 & 10
5:15 pm – Anne Marie Cassin, Paul Connelly
10:00 am – Laurence Mussio, Flavia Mussio, Antonio Mongillo
5:15 pm – Joan Howard
10:00 am – Romeo Lopez, Anne Marie Cassin,
Earl Totten, Megan Jeffrey