FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

St. John’s Parish – A Covenant Community with St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, Feb. 4 FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 5:00 pm - Ron de Burger Sunday, Feb. 5 FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 9:00 am - Gary Gemin 11:00 am - Parishioners Living & Deceased 12:30 am - Spanish Mass Monday, Feb. 6 8:00 am - Rina Trevisan Tuesday, Feb. 7 6:30 pm - Lorenzo Forner, Aurora Bertolo, Bruno Comacchio, Deceased Members of Comacchio & Filipetto Families Wednesday, Feb. 8 8:00 am - Olindo Sibbilin Thursday, Feb. 9 6:30 pm - Gino (Luigi) Di Loreto, Omar Angelone, Deceased Members of James & Sandy Hill Families, Tino Comini, Special Intention Friday, Feb. 10 8:00 am - Zuillo Lovisetto Saturday, Feb. 11 SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 5:00 pm - Russ Moore Sunday, Feb. 12 SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 9:00 am - Pietro Lago and Intentions of Rosa Lago 11:00 am - Parishioners Living & Deceased 12:30 am - Spanish Mass/ Margarita Rosa Rodriguez

READINGS OF THE WEEK

Monday, Feb. 6 St. Paul Miki and Companions Genesis 1:1-19; Mark 6:53-56 Tuesday, Feb. 7 Genesis 1:20-2:4; Mark 7:1-13 Wednesday, Feb. 8 St. Josephine Bakhita Genesis 2:4-9, 15-17;Mark 7:14-23 St. Jerome Emiliani Thursday, Feb. 9 Genesis 2:18-25; Luke 7:24-30 Friday, Feb. 10 St. Scholastica Genesis 3:9-24; Mark 8:1-10 Saturday, Feb. 11 Our Lady of Lourdes Genesis; Mark 6:30-34 Sunday, Feb. 12 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Sirach 15:15-20; 1 Corinthians 2:6-10; Matthew 5:17-37

The Sacrament of Confirmation

The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated at St. John’s Church by Bishop Douglas Crosby on Friday, February 17 at 7:00 pm for the candidates from Holy Trinity School and on Saturday, February 20 at 11:00 am for candidates from St. John’s School. Please pray for the young people who will be sealed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit.

Tax Receipts

The receipts for your 2016 donations are available in the Welcome Area. They are organized alphabetically. Please check the name before taking them. Keep them in a safe place to avoid losing them. If you have any problems, please contact the office as soon as you can.

Sunday Offering Envelopes 2017 If you have not yet picked up your Sunday Offering Envelopes, they can be found on a table in the foyer by the office entrance. Please do not use envelopes from previous years.

Vocation View

“Blessed are you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven..." Do not be discouraged by jeers when considering being a priest, deacon, brother or sister. If God is calling you, contact Fr. Michael King at 905-528-7988 or email: [email protected]

Diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass

Are you celebrating your 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, or 60+ Wedding Anniversary in the year 2016? If you are, you are cordially invited to join couples from across the Diocese of Hamilton for a Wedding Anniversary Mass on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King at 1:30 pm. (Space allows room for Anniversary couples only - those married 60 years or more may bring 1 guest if you require assistance). Please refer to the poster in the Welcome Area at St. John’s Church for information on how to register for the celebration, or go to www.hamiltondiocese.com.

A Biblical Walk Through the Mass

The Basilica of Our Lady will host a DVD series based on the New Translation of the Mass, by Edward Sri (Ascension Press) that will explain their profound significance to help better understand the Mass. Bring your Bible and a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, if possible. The DVD series is based on the Revised Standard Version-Catholic Edition (RSVCE) of the Bible. March 12, 19 & 26, 2017 (three sessions, 1:00 3:00 pm at the Basilica of Our Lady, Guelph (Church Basement) Cost: $5.00. Registration is limited to 30 participants so register early. To register please call the Rectory at 519-824-3951.

Annual Serra Club Dinner

The Serra Club of Hamilton celebrates the 14th Annual Priesthood & Consecrated Life dinner on Thursday, May 11, 2017. For details refer to celebrationprl.wixsite.com/dinner, email [email protected] or call Margaret 905-628-5682.

DIOCESAN PRAYER CALENDAR

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Fr. Raymond Peter Fr. Gary Palangio, C.R. Discalced Carmelite Fathers (O.C.D.) Fr. George Nowak, C.R. Fr. Pawl Szymanowski, C.R. Fr. Lech Wycichowski, C.R.

The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few, therefore, ask the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into the harvest.

Pray for Vocations!

Our Lady of Lourdes and True Miracles of Healing

Perhaps there is no place more famous for its miracles of healing than the Grotto at Lourdes, France, where our Lady appeared in 1858. We keep the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes each year on February 11 to thank our Lady for her intercession and in gratitude to God for his miracles. But what about when we pray and beg for a miracle, but are not healed? - When our Lady appeared in Fatima there were some miracles of healing. The little visionary, Lúcia, had even asked our Lady for certain people to be healed. Our Lady told her though that some of them would be healed but others would not…..

February 5, 2017 Stress in Your Marriage?

Retrouvaille is a program for married couples that feel bored, disillusioned, frustrated, or angry in their marriage. Some experience coldness. Others experience conflict in their relationship. Most don’t know how to change the situation or even communicate with their spouse about it. Retrouvaille can help. For confidential information about, or to register for the program beginning with a weekend March 24, please call 905-664-5212 or email: [email protected] or visit the web site at www.retrouvaille.org.

ReDeeming Conflict: 12 Habits for Christian Leaders

5 Tuesdays beginning March 21at 7:00 - 8:30 pm Notre Dame Convent Waterdown Discover how conflict can be a fruitful exchange! In this 5 week program, facilitated by Sr. Mary Heather MacKinnon SSND, D.Min., we will gain valuable insight & understanding through practical habits, faith reflections and saintly models in how we can better dialogue and resolve problems. The fee for this program is $35.00 and includes the text ReDeeming Conflict: 12 Habits for Christian Leaders by Ann M. Garrido. This program would be of interest to anyone in pastoral ministry. Please register before March 7th to reserve your text. Contact Monica at the Discipleship & Parish Life Office at 905-528-7988, extn. 2238 or check out www.hamiltondiocese.com for more information.

Les Miserables: A Lenten Retreat

March 17-19 at Loyola House, Guelph. Facilitated by Dan Leckman, SJ & Trevor Scott, SJ, this weekend retreat will use the movie/musical "Les Miserables" to help us explore the grace of God alongside our fallen state or brokenness and the opportunities we have for redemption. Register online at loyolahouse.com or contact [email protected] or by calling 519-824-1250 ext. 266.

C.Y.O. Children’s Fundraiser

On Thursday, March 2 the C.Y.O. will be celebrating our 32nd annual Children’s Fundraiser. Proceeds from this annual event enable children with special needs and those in financial need the opportunity to attend our C.Y.O. Camp Marydale and Camp Brébeuf camping programs. It is an evening of good food, great friends and fun entertainment - all for a great cause. For more info, please contact Mel Leggat at 905-528-0011, ext. 3608 or [email protected] Services at 519-824-1010 ext. 2262 or [email protected]. Thank you on behalf of all the children this fundraiser supports.

Mini-Bus Fundraising Campaign

Guelph & Area Right to Life is gathering change to support prolife advertisements on the back of seven city buses in Guelph. There are several ads, containing much needed educational information about abortion, euthanasia, and local crisis pregnancy support. You can pick up a “mini-bus” to fill with change by the entrances at St. John’s Church. Buses can be returned to the Welcome Area by the end of February. We can all pray for a healing, for ourselves or for another, but sometimes the answer is, “Not yet,” or it is simply “No.” But another way to see these prayers as being answered is by hearing, “Not in the way that you imagine.” Fatima is primarily about spiritual conversion, about reparation for sin, and about peace for the world. Is a physical healing to be compared with any of those? The true miracles of healing which take place in our lives are those that we could never even have imagined. We may not even realize that we have a need to be healed in a certain way. Our prayer is a simple plea: “Heal me, Lord, according to your will.” The prayer itself might even be a miracle. Fr. James M. Sullivan

St. John’s Parish Mission Statement We believe deeply that Jesus Christ is in our midst, in ourselves and in each other. In our faith journey we will be the heart, hands, feet and voice of Jesus Christ, reaching out to all.

SACRAMENTS Rest in Peace May Jesus, who is the Bread of Life, remember unto Life Everlasting, Francis A. Sienna, whom we commend to His loving care.

PARISH OFFERING

Your contributions to the Parish on January 28/29 Capital Fund Organ Repair Seminary Education Fund

$3,794.00 $ 65.00 $ 100.00 $ 20.00

Thank you for your continued generosity!

PARISH CALENDAR

Saturday, February 11 4:00—4:30 pm Confessions

Message of Pope Francis For the 25th World Day of the Sick On February 11, the 25th World Day of the Sick will be celebrated throughout the Church and in a special way at Lourdes. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Amazement at what God has accomplished: ‘The Almighty has done great things for me….’” (Lk 1:49). Instituted by my predecessor Saint John Paul II in 1992, and first celebrated at Lourdes on February 11, 1993, this Day is an opportunity to reflect in particular on the needs of the sick and, more generally, of all those who suffer. It is also an occasion for those who generously assist the sick, beginning with family members, health workers and volunteers, to give thanks for their Godgiven vocation of accompanying our infirm brothers and sisters. This celebration likewise gives the Church renewed spiritual energy for carrying out ever more fully that fundamental part of her mission which includes serving the poor, the infirm, the suffering, the outcast and the marginalized (cf. John Paul II, Motu Proprio Dolentium Hominum, February 11, 1985, 1). Surely, the moments of prayer, the Eucharistic liturgies and the celebrations of the Anointing of the Sick, the sharing with the sick and the bioethical and theological-pastoral workshops to be held in Lourdes in those days will make new and significant contributions to that service… On this 25th World Day of the Sick, I once more offer my prayerful support and encouragement to physicians, nurses, volunteers and all those consecrated men and women committed to serving the sick and those in need. I also embrace the ecclesial and civil institutions working to this end, and the families who take loving care of their sick. I pray that all may be ever joyous signs of the presence of God’s love and imitate the luminous testimony of so many friends of God, including Saint John of God and Saint Camillus de’ Lellis, the patrons of hospitals and healthcare workers, and Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta, missionary of God’s love.

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