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Saint Justin's Parish

A parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of London

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Join us for the August 7-8 in-person weekend masses

Up to 165 persons (first come, first seated) can be seated at our every Saturday 5pm mass and Sunday 8:30am/11:00am mass. To request seats for your household members, please submit your request before 11:00am each Friday by clicking on the button below.

Pastoral Minister/ Worker Job Opening

Location: London, ON
Posting Date: July 21, 2021
Closing Date: August 27, 2021

From Our Pastor’s Desk

July 28, 2021

Jesus in our Gospel selection this weekend is met again by the crowd, the multitude he has just fed. This great miracle of love - this expression of the power, love and authority of Jesus - seems to have flown right over their heads. They find Jesus again, not because they have received a glimpse into who this Jesus is and what he offers them, but because they are hungry. It's as simple as that. They have not gone beyond the sign, the miracle, to the reality it was signifying. "You are not looking for me because you have seen the signs but because you had all the bread you wanted to eat." They remembered what they had received, but did not have the faith to see what that miracle signified - the generous , providential love of God. Miracles have never brought about faith, they are divine audio/visuals, which can increase faith, bolster faith, but they never cause faith. Faith is a gift from God. This group wants to believe, but remarkably, they ask for a sign to confirm the authority of Jesus ( I guess feeding 5-15,000 people didn't count). What sign does the Lord give them. - Himself - the "Bread of Life". He is both the sign (the sign pointing to something) and the object , the reality being pointed towards. Our Lord is asking us today to use the gift of faith we have received, and remember.

+ Remember, the acts of love he has worked in our lives.

+ Remember, his passion, death and resurrection - what he achieved out of lovefor us - our salvation.

+ Remember, that this Eucharist is celebrated in memory of his saving acts andbrings them forward in time for us.

+ Remember to show others in our daily lives that we "truly" remember with faithwhat the Lord has done, is doing and will do for us. That we are those whobelieve in him. " He who comes to me will never be hungry; he who believesin me will never thirst. "

Have a great week !

Father Christopher

Additional Pews Sanitizing Volunteers Are Needed

Pews sanitizing volunteers  enable us to have three weekend masses. We appreciate the team members who have been fulfilling their commitment for almost a year now. Extra hands are needed. We invite new people to come forward and join an existing sanitizing team or create additional teams.
PLEASE speak to an usher if you can assist in sanitizing the pews after Mass.