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ST. JOSEPH’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH MOOSE JAW, SK CANADA Our Pastor: Rev. George Thattuparampil MST Assisting Priest: Admin Assistant: Elizabeth Granil Caretaker: Martin Rossler Deacon/Pastoral Rev. Mr. Lamont Dyck Seminarian Daniel Malone Church Website: www.stjosephmj.com Email: st.josephmj@sasktel.net A Archdiocese Website: www.archregina.sk.ca 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time June 26, 2022 Weekly Liturgy Schedule Mass Intentions Priest Parish Activities Monday, June 27 @7:00pm Phoenix Graduation Service Deacon Lamont 8:00pm Phoenix at Parish Hall – Deacon Lamont Tuesday, June 28 @ 10:00am @ 2:0pm @ 7:00pm Mass And Novena of Our Lady St. Margaret Yearend Service Anita Croisetiere Funeral Mass Mass Deacon Lamont Fr. Rick Fr. Nestor 3:00pm CWL Funeral Luncheon for Anita Croisetiere - CWL Wednesday, June 29 @ 10:00 am Mass Mrs.Valeria Jansen- Repose Fr. Nestor 10:30 Am Providence Service- Seminarian Daniel 11:00am Gravesite Service – Deacon Lamont Thursday, June 30 @ 10:00 am Mass @ 2:00pm Mass Denzl & Kelly Granil- Spl. Intentions Vanier Grad Mass Fr. Nestor Fr. Nestor 9:30am Mulberry – Al Rossler 10:30am Bentley Service- Al Rossler Friday, July 1 @ 10:00am Mass Divine Mercy Adoration Flanagan Family- Spl. Intentions Fr. Nestor Office Closed Saturday, July 2 @ 5:00pm Mass Leopoldo Guillaume - Repose Fr.Nestor Sunday, July 3 @ 9:00 am Mass @ 11:00 am Mass For the People Marcel Deharnais- repose Fr. Daris Fr. Daris Readings for July 10th – 15TH Sunday in Ordinary Time 1stRdg: Deuteronomy 30:10-14 Responsorial Psalm: Ps 69:13+16, 29-30, 32, 35ab+36(Cf. R. 33) 2nd Rdg: Colossians 1:15-20 Gospel: Luke 10:25-37

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Did you know? Did you know you can receive your Parish bulletin by E-mail every weekend? Go to: www.stjosephmj.com and sign up. Join us on Facebook: St Joseph Parish MJ Community - be sure you answer the screening questions…. Thank you from St. Joseph’s CWL, to everyone who helped to make the CWL 100th Anniversary Mass a special celebration. Thank you especially to Fr. Yodel, Fr. Nestor, Deacon Lamont and Daniel for their contributions to our celebration, to Emma Ingold for taking photos and to Tina Couzens of Evans Florist for donating the beautiful bouquet. Please pray for the success of SYNOD- Mass Hours: Starting June 29th till July 22nd our Wed- Fri masses will be 10:00 am, Tuesday masses 7:00pm Summer hours for our Caretaker will be from Tuesday – Friday. Summer Hours for the Office: 9:00am-12:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm Office will be closed for July 1 and July 4. A display of CWL items, to recognize the 100th Anniversary, can be viewed in the South entrance of the church. Thank you to Suzanne Ellis for setting up the display. Thank you to everyone who helped to make the 100th Anniversary Fashion Show and Tea a success. The event was a wonderful celebration. Thank you to the talented and hardworking organizing committee, all the volunteers, the models and those who provided dresses. We also want to especially thank the following: Photographers: Lizzie Shots by Conrad Reyes and Peter G. Photography by Peter Jason Guerrero. St. Joseph’s Parish Staff Church of our Lady St. John’s Church, Marquis Duncan Blackman – Cello Player Kwala-T Cleaners Quilter’s Haven Ballet to Broadway Sukanen Ship Museum Moose Jaw Express CHAB

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Donate Blood: Canadian Blood will be at St. Joseph’s Parish Hall on July 5th @ 1:00pm -7:00pm.Book your appointment at: Blood.ca or 1-888-2Donate or GiveBlood App Appointments Only No Walk-ins Please Next event will be August 2nd at St. Joseph Parish Hall 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time If the readings today were scenes in a movie, it would be quite dramatic. Keeping up with the characters and content would be challenging. The first reading shows Elijah calling Elisha, where Elisha seems unsure of what to do. Elijah allows him to finish what he is doing first. Paul, in the second reading, is outlining the perpetual tension Christians carry being in this world but not of his world. The Gospel is where it all comes together. Jesus has his face towards Jerusalem, knowing this is where his ministry will end with suffering and death. We are introduced to the would- be followers. On the surface, what they say seems to sound like excuses. Yet we know these are valid concerns – responsibility and care for family, burying the dead, helping with the family business – these things matter. Jesus’ responses designed to help them (and us) discern their commitment. Discipleship is no small matter and will demand much from us. To follow Jesus, we must go beyond sentimentalism. Discipleship involves choice and commitment, which are born out of discernment. Discernment can only happen when there is authenticity, helping us stay grounded in who we are and whose we are. If we met Jesus on the road, what would our response be?

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Protec Video Remember your special moments Al Lindquist Wedding dance recitals Special Occasions Transfer 8mm Slides, stills to VHS and DVD Projector Rentals Digital Broadcast Cameras Used 645 Brown St. Moose Jaw, SK Phone: 306-692-8824 Cell: 306-631- 9289 Rose’s Sewing I will replace Broken zippers, Hem pants or slacks, etc. Reasonable Rates 306-693-9521 Jones Parkview Funeral Services Phone: 306-693-4644 Funeral Home Crematorium Family Resource Centre In The Heart Of The Community With A Heart For The Community 474 Hochelaga St. W Moose Jaw, SK Happy Days Childcare Family Childcare Home Helping families for over 30 years 261 Hall Street W. Moose Jaw, SK. 306-639-7212 Contact: Simone Deyotte 1711 Main St. N Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L6 (306)331-0010;(306)694-1333 622559 Sask Ltd. o/a Espresso Joe’s Coffee and Bubble Tea House Urban Garden Salads and Pizza Dairy Queen Grill and Chill Joey’s Urban The CWL thanks The CWL thanks by Conrad Reyes Photographer Portrait/Family Portrait/Events Email:jcreyes555@gmail.com Follow on FB: @LizzieShots