Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

Mass Schedule
All Public Masses are cancelled until further notice.

Please contact the Parish Office if you wish to have a Mass said, or have the Sanctuary Lamp burn, in memory of a loved one or for a special intention.

Sanctuary Lamp
June 6 to 12 – Burns for the Ransley and Boenish families – Marise
June 13 to 19 – Burns in memory of Nicolina and Joseph Savelli – Joe and Sandra and family

Mass Intentions
Masses are celebrated privately at this time and all Mass Intentions have been or will be fulfilled.

Saturday, May 29
† In memory of Elizabeth Augustyn – Judy Kovacs
† In memory of Tommy Simon Hoang – Loving Family
† In memory of John Gibbons – Gibbons family

Wednesday, June 2
† In memory of Josephine Ragona – Thibault family
† In memory of Luisa Palaia – Nellie and Antonio Vetrone
Thursday, June 3
† In memory of Estella Gullens – Lockhart family
† In memory of Lauretta Piperini – Nellie and Antonio Vetrone
Saturday, June 5
† In memory of Jack Springstead – Anne Linger
† In memory of Tommy Simon Hoang – Loving Family
† In memory of George Robert Webb – Antonia and Filomena Frisina

Wednesday, June 9
† In memory of Ben Imphang – Lafleur family
Thursday, June 10
For thanksgiving and healing for Joanna Dolska – Joanna Paplinski
Saturday, June 12
† In memory of Ruggero Settimi – Rita Padoin
† In memory of Tommy Simon Hoang – Loving Family
† In memory of Annina Stinellis – Grace and Carlos Silveira

Wednesday, June 16
† In memory of Nicholas Holowaty – Stephen
Thursday, June 17
† In memory of Elizabeth Augustyn – Judy Kovacs
Saturday, June 19
† In memory of Jack Springstead – Jim and Elizabeth DiCecca
† In memory of Tommy Simon Hoang – Loving Family
† In memory of Peter Safranyos Sr. – Ed Safranyos
† In memory of Giovanna Macaluso – Dale and Ginette Howatt and family
† In memory of Ana and Louis Leskovec – Family

PARISH NEWS

Peacefully on May 22, 2021, Rev. Msgr. Paul Boucher passed away at St. Joseph’s Villa. Fr. Paul was Pastor at St. John from 1998 to 2014 when he retired. On behalf of our parish, we extend our prayers and condolences to his family and friends. We pray that Fr. Paul will receive the reward of a good and faithful servant and rejoice in the presence of God for all eternity.
Msgr. Paul Boucher Obituary – Hamilton, ON | P.X. Dermody Funeral Homes (dermodys.com)

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
We invite you to visit our store at 200 Parkdale Avenue North to experience that “feel good shopping” atmosphere as you walk among our numerous “Next to New” items of clothing for men, women and children. We also have a wide range of furniture for any room in your home, including small appliances, books, magazines, kitchen wares and unique “one of a kind” items. Again, these are all “Next to New” and you will be amazed at the great quality to choose from. SEE YOU at the Store at 200 Parkdale Ave North, on the Parkdale bus route.

PARISH PRAYER NETWORK
If you have loved ones on the Prayer Network, please call Ginette at 905-746-9976 or the office at 905-544-2100 during the last week of the month to update your prayer request if you would like it to continue. Call anytime for new prayer requests. If you would like to join the Prayer Network, please forward your email address to the Parish office.

CATECHETICAL CORRESPONDENCE COURSES
These programs are interactive parent-child programs, designed to assist families in the Diocese whose children are enrolled in public or private schools, are home-schooled or for other reasons unable to attend Catholic schools. Programs are available for children from Kindergarten to High School, including programs designed to assist children preparing for the Sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation. For more information visit the Diocesan website here. CCC Parent Brochure rev-Nov2020.pdf (hamiltondiocese.com)

DIOCESAN NEWS
Latest Heart to Heart from Bishop Crosby, OMI – Diocese of Hamilton (hamiltondiocese.com)

REEL JUSTICE FILM FESTIVAL
The Reel Justice Film Festival is back for another year! A partnership between the Bishop Farrell Library & Archives and Development and Peace, the Reel Justice Film Festival shines a spotlight on issues of social, political, and economic injustice. Films are screened once a month and provide an opportunity for community discussion about ways we can all support actions for change. Details and the full schedule can be found at: reeljusticefilmfestival.wordpress.com. This year the festival is going virtual! All of the films will be available online. RSVP online or by email at library@hamiltondiocese.com.
End of Immigration – May 27 at 7 pm – A shocking look at the life of temporary foreign workers.
Get In The Way: The John Lewis Story – June 24 at 7 pm – Political action and civil rights.
RSVP to secure your spot at any of the virtual screenings. No charge.

PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
God, the source of creation and love, you invite each of us to serve you through the life which is your gift. May your grace encourage men and women to heights of holiness through service to the Church as priests, sisters, brothers and lay ministers. Make me an instrument to encourage others to give themselves and challenge me to do the same. Amen.
May 31 – Rev. Pat Aiello, C.R.
June 1 – Rev. Chris Buda, C.R.
June 2 – Barnabite Fathers (C.R.S.P.)
June 3 – Very Rev. Aleksander Mazur, S.A.C.
June 4 – Rev. Sutherland MacDonald, C.R.
June 5 – Rev. Philip Reilly, C.R.

VOCATIONS
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
God the Father, Creator; God the Son, Redeemer; God the Holy Spirit, Sanctifier. When we go out to “make disciples of all nations”, we have a lot to tell! God is present everywhere. Would you be willing to proclaim the truth of God’s love and presence in your life as a priest, religious or deacon? If so, call Fr. Michael King, Director of Vocations, Diocese of Hamilton, 905-528-7988 ext. 2246.
Email: vocations@hamiltondiocese.com                           Website: https://hamiltondiocese.com/vocations/