The Most Holy Trinity Sunday Bulletin

Daily readings:

05/06 Monday: Saint Boniface [1] Tobit 1.1ad, 2a, 3, 17: 2.1-8 [Gospel] Mark 12.1-12

06/06 Tuesday: Saint Norbert [1] Tobit 2.9-14-3.1 [Gospel] Mark 12.13-17

07/06 Wednesday: [1] Tobit 3.1-6a, 7-10a, 11-13, 15b-17a    [Gospel] Mark 12.18-27

08/06 Thursday: [1] Tobit 4.20; 5.4; 6.10-11b; 7.1, 9-16; 8.1 4-9 [Gospel] Mark 12.28-34

09/06 Friday:  Saint Ephrem [1] Tobit 11.5-15 [Gospel] Mark 12.35-37

10/06 Saturday: Our Lady’s Saturday [1] Tobit 12.1-20 [Gospel] Mark 12.38-44

11/06 Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Sunday: [1] Deuteronomy 8.2-3, 14-16 [2] 1 Corinthians 10.16-17 [Gospel] John 6.51-59

The Most Holy Trinity Sunday

“God our Father, who by sending into the world the Word of truth and the Spirit of sanctification made known to the human race your wondrous mystery, grant us, we pray, that in professing the true faith, we may acknowledge the Trinity of eternal glory and adore your Unity, powerful in majesty.”

First Reading: Exodus 34.4b-6, 8-9

When have I encountered God in a profound way? Moses approached God with deep penitence for his people and longing for God’s presence with them. How was my heart prepared to encounter God? What was God’s message to me?

Daniel 3: “Glory and praise forever!”

Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 13.11-13

What do I need to “put in order” with my brothers and sisters? How is the indwelling grace of the Holy Trinity apparent in my life?

“Alleluia. Glory to the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit: to God who is, who was, and who is to come. Alleluia.

Gospel: John 3.16-18

God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.” As a believer, how should I respond to this wondrous gift? What of those who do not yet believe?

PRAY FOR THE SICK: May Chu, Camilo Romero, Adela Lim, Mary Martin, Ky Truong, Gina Tabul, Olivera Lambeta, Ngan Thi Trinh, Thuong Van Tran, Francesca Cabrales, Maria Garcia, Danita Chow, Hong Van Le, Tuyen Thi Nguyen, Phu Thi Truong, Bernard Boos, Hanh Huynh, Mary Magdalene H, Thanh Thi Dao, Sa Thi Dang, Phuong Van Nguyen, Hoa Xuan Thi Le, Estrella Rodriguez,  Felipe Sobredo, Patricia Rudolph, Shirley De La Cruz.


For the abolition of torture: We pray that the international community may commit in a concrete way to ensuring the abolition of torture and guarantee support to victims and their families.


Sunday June 4 at 8 AM

  • For the souls of Victoria Maranan and Nomat Dominic Natividad.

Sunday June 4 at 11:30 AM

  • For the souls of Purificacion Pecaoco, Rosasio Sorongon, Gjon Rasi.
  • Thanksgiving Mass for Edilberto Abenojar and Kayden Abenojar’s birthday.


*Second Collection: Catholic Missions in Canada This weekend's second collection supports the work of missionaries in communities throughout the country that are in need. Your tax-deductible gift will make a difference in proclaiming the gospel and helping the Church thrive in small, remoted areas where resources are scarce. Donations can be made in person at the parish or online at

Project Advance 2023: we thank you for your generosity and ongoing financial support for our project advance campaign last year. This year, our parish Project Advance goal is $80,000. The parish rebate portion will go towards to our parish future renovation projects in the church and school.  For more information, please see the volunteers after Mass, or visit our website for online donation.

St. Joseph's Youth & Young Adults will host a camping trip from July 6th to July 9th at Fintry Provincial Park. We invite the parish's young people to sign up using the QR code found in the posters at the back of the church. Please contact youth group leaders Thuan and Peter for further questions or details.

Attention all members of the Catholics Women’s League – there is a mandatory meeting this Friday, June 9 at 7pm. The president from the Diocesan CWL Council will be attending and would like to meet as many members as possible.

Our Parish is always looking for volunteers who are willing to donate their time and talents in various areas such as: sacristans, readers, altar servers, choir members, gift bearers, parking lot attendants and so much more. Please speak with the Mass coordinator if you are able to help or would like more information.


Stay in Touch: We welcome emails or phone calls to the parish office (604-876-7826 / parish.[email protected]) if you have suggestions or need assistance. Please keep your contact information (address, phone, email) up to date. 

Donations: To donate online go to select St. Joseph, Van Offering. 


Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat a beautiful opportunity for healing for any woman or man who has struggled with the emotional or spiritual pain of an abortion. The retreat focuses on God’s love and recovery in a non-judgmental environment. Individuals of all denominations and with non-faith backgrounds are welcome. Friday, Jun 09, 2023 - Sunday, Jun 11, 2023. 

All Day. Register ($200) Learn more and register at

"4n4n4" Young Adults Online Retreat: an online introductory retreat for young adults to learn the practical fundamentals of Ignatian prayer, discernment and spirituality. Friday, Jun 16, 2023 at 7:00 PM. Register ($30 (Bursaries available)). Learn more and register at

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