Weekly Bulletin, June 18, 2017- The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Weekly Bulletin, June 18, 2017- The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ



8:15 AM – In Memory of Phillip Goldin

5:00 PM – For the Intentions of Ike Munoz-Vignes


8:00 AM – In Memory of Mary & Tom O’Malley

10:00 AM – In Memory of Louis Casale

12:00 PM – In Memory of Cesar Reyes

5:00 PM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena


8:15 AM – Father’s Day Novena

5:00 PM In Memory of Lucille C. Gaudioso




Rose Rios, Austen Canzano, Tom and Judy King, Roberta Pournelle, Marie Schewe, Jonathan Masse, Gus Tzanetopoulos, Greg Vossberg, Bill Ferguson, Virginia Johnson,Travis Kula, Gus Calderon,  Robert Willing, Joe Hotard, Jeannie Wagner-Gallardo,Bobby Mayer, Corazon Somosa Pag-ong, Allison Pinto, Buster Miscusi, Gayle-Lynne Gordon, Richard Shoff, Frances Loffarelli, Ezzie Crenshaw, Eileen Kenyon, Mary Downs, Jacki Hamilton, Maureen Backus, Steve Dee, Robert Rafanelli, Thomas Oliver, Keith Ayers, Rubi Rodriquez, Mary Jane Wileman, Maria Rita Valencia, Philip Graber, Michael Van Oudtshoorn, Ann Marie Interbitzen,David Di Pietro, Maria Schneider, David Bell, Josue Meza, Jake Peters, Claudia Herrington, Marta Collier, Enrique Valencia, Dionisios Nicholas, Crescentia Dedillo, Edward Yi, Jerry Pournelle, Daniel L. Chase, Patrick Healy, Marvin Robbins, Michael Greslie, Rose Ann Amari,  Norma Cuneo, Taylor Smith, Eleanor Cook, Margaret Mayer, Pat Curtin, Brenda Gindon, Hugh Caswell, Piper Collins, Joe Frattini, Dolores Kennedy, Jake Peters, Victor Raymundo, Elmer St.Amand, Breonna Rodriguez, Diane Burnsnide, Katie Matsumura, Bob Welsh, Mary Santino, Candace, George Babyak, Yolanda Salazar, Beverly Fairburn, Christina Lao, Cherie Allan, Pete Beerse, Olga D’Este, George Pitts, Sterling Thomas, Jeanne Burgess, Shirley Landau, Javier Castillo Jr., Stuart Slakoff, Tom Abbott, Estelle Gray,  Evelyn Bush, Charlie Anderson, Patrick Charles Pineda, Glenn Domohoski, Jose Armendariz, Colin McDaniel, Jimmy Brikho, Dylan Macauly, Benjamin Faurot, Jane Faurot, Josephine Ruscigno, Blake Cline, Marie O’Donovan, Ophelia Hernandez, Catherine Lizzo, Catherine Street, Rocco Carter, Alicia Gomez, Margaret Tarin Hensley, Faye Schafuss, Clarita Hernandez, Floyd Romeck, Theresia Hubel, Peter Thompson, Calleigh Stone, Rocco Wren, Cailin Stroyke, Melissa Manning Wilmot, Steve Mccahulk, Emma Ramirez, Cynthia Kotzman, Nellie B. Rodriguez and Teresa Piňa-Jiminez

Visiting the sick is one of the corporal works of mercy. Praying for the sick is a wonderful action of kindness. We wish to respect our brothers and sisters who are sick by praying for them. The one who is ill or one who is able to speak on behalf of the one who is ill must ask to have a name placed in the bulletin. We also wish periodic updates. After three months on this list it is reasonable that the person has improved and the name no longer present. If the prayers for the person need to be renewed please call the Parish Center.

 We would like to bring Holy Communion to our sick and homebound. Please call the Parish Center at 818-784- 0105 and leave your name and phone number. We can then connect to our sick and recovering and homebound and bring them the Lord Jesus in Holy Communion.


Pray For The Dead  Franco Serra




Week of 06/08-06/14 collection.

Collection $12,754.00

Parish Pay $ 1,773.00

Total $14,527.00

Thank you for your

generous contributions.

Dear Friends in Christ,

     This July 1, I will be moving from residence here at SFDS where I have lived for the past three and a half years. First, of I want to express my sincere appreciation to Fr. Mike for his hospitality that he has extended to me these past years. Likewise, I am grateful to the staff, parish and school lay leaders for their warmth and kindness shown to me as a resident priest here in the parish.

     Starting July 1, I will be assigned to Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente as administrator, chaplain and faculty member. I am looking forward to the opportunity to work with young people once again to share the Gospel and the faith of the Church with them. In addition, I will continue to teach Canon Law one day a week in the fall to our seminarians at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo.

     Although I wish I could have done more to serve SFDS, I was very blessed to be able to minister sacramentally to the parish by celebrating an occasional weekday and Sunday Mass these past few years. Your faith and devotion to the Church was very encouraging. And I pray you continue to deepen your love for Our Lord, His Sacraments and share the faith of the Church with others.

     Please keep me in your prayers as I transition to my new work and that Our Lord equip me with the necessary gifts I will need to shepherd those entrusted to my pastoral care. And of course, I will keep you all close in prayer as well.

Blessings & Peace!

Fr. John G. Montejano


Providence High School Summer Program

Providence High School is offering an innovative summer program to include enrichment classes and camps in addition to academic classes. Our program is open to rising 5th through 9th grade students. Science buffs, Math wizards and “techies” experiment the day away in our S.T.E.M. camp. Students will experience “Kitchen Chemistry”, The Science of Food preparation and production. For a sixth year in a row, “Discovery on Stage” will be offering a one of a kind Visual and Performing Arts Camp for students in elementary through middle school. Volleyball and Basketball players will fine tune their skills in our gym! Call Mr. Reece Talley, Summer School Director at 818-846-8141 ext. 14208.

Contemporary Folk Group

Your St. Francis de Sales Folk Group will help you lift your hearts and minds in song and prayer to the Lord. Join us at the 5 pm Mass on June 24th.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter

Your love as husband and wife is a gift to one another as well as a gift from God. Attend a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend to receive the tools needed to make the most of this precious gift. Deepen your communication, strengthen your relationship, rekindle your romance and renew your sacrament by attending the next WWME weekend July 28-30 in Simi Valley. Go online to www.twocanlove.org for more information. We help make good marriages better.

Notre Dame Summer Knights

     Notre Dame High School is pleased to announce that this summer, in addition to our annual summer sports camp, we are offering a number of enrichment courses and special camps for students entering grades 5-8 in the Fall. (Current 4th-7th graders are invited to apply.) There are offerings in areas such as the visual and performing arts, debate camp, tech camp, hspt prep, math and English enrichment, introduction to French, American Sign Language, sports medicine, and many more. For more information and the link to register please visit: ndhs.org and click on the Summer Knights logo. Registration is open and courses are available on a first come first served basis.

SFDS Legion of Mary

All are invited for a discussion and reflection on the Theology of the Body (Part 3). Do you know why God why created you? Do you know why you are male? or female? Do you know your body is a gift and tells a love story? If you are interested in learning more about your body, love, marriage, and God. Come joins us Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm at the Parish Center for an evening of interesting conversation about our bodies and love. Sponsored by the SFDS Parish Legion of Marcy. Light refreshments provided.

The Saint Francis De Sales Parish Cookbook

E-mail your order in to sfdsrecipes@gmail.com

Mail in your check to school with ‘Attn: Cookbook Orders” on the envelope to Saint Francis De Sales, 13368 Valleyheart Drive, Sherman Oaks, California 91423.

Cookbooks are $30 each or two for $55 –

Thursday Evening Bible Study

Is the Bible confusing? Is the Bible mysterious? Challenged by those who quote the Bible?

Come and become more familiar with the Bible as it is meant to be read, in a group, sharing insights with others on Thursday mornings at 9:00 AM and every other Thursday evening at 7:00 PM in the Parish Center (except in observance of Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation).

Deepen your understanding of the Bible and Catholic faith by enjoying interactive sessions with fellow parishioners. In addition to using the assigned text, the group also uses, among other things, The Catholic Study Bible, Personal Study Edition: New American Bible, Jean Marie Hiesberger, Ed., Oxford University Press, 2007. Please join us.


Saturday 06/17

9:00am-10:30 am-Legion of Mary, Parish Center.

Sunday 06/18

Wednesday 06/21

7:00pm-WCCM Meditation meeting, Parish Center.

Thursday 06/22

9:00am-Bible Study, Parish Center.

7:00pm-Evening Bible Study. Parish Center.

Saturday 06/24

9:00-10:30 am-Legion of Mary, Parish Center.

5:00pm-Contemporary Folk Group at Mass.

Sunday 06/25



The Trump administration on Monday announced that it would begin implementing an expanded “Mexico City Policy,” which pro-life leaders hailed as a key step to curtailing abortion funding. The expansion means that more forms of foreign funding will be directed to organizations that do not perform or support abortions overseas. Entitled “Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance,” the plan extends the ban on funding of abortion supporters to other forms of foreign aid like global health assistance. With the implementation of this program, we have officially ceased exporting abortion to foreign nations. Back in January, President Donald Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, which prohibits U.S. funding of non-government organizations that perform or promote abortions through family-planning funds. This humane policy seeks to respect and protect the precious lives of unborn girls and boys from the violence of abortion.

-Matt Hadro-National Catholic Register


The best way of describing the experience of meditation is as a “returning to the center”, a coming home. This home is the Kingdom of Heaven -the kingdom within the heart of each of us, where His Spirit dwells in communion. We must make contact with this Spirit at the Heart of all creation – where All is One. This is wisdom. Discipline, focus and above all -we must, be silent – and then let go. This is the way to the center. Every WEDNESDAY at 7:00 PM we meet in the Parish Center. We welcome you to join us. All information about this Global Organization is on line at wccm.org.

SFDS contact, Ms S. Eggar. senotme3@gmail.com


Hit the park safely this summer

A great way to beat summer boredom is to head out to the park and play. For many parents, parks provide the space and place for children to play with others and burn off some energy by running around and exploring. However, even in your own neighborhood parks, parents should be vigilant, and should prepare children with basic safety guidelines. Go over the posted rules of the playground with your children, and make sure they understand the boundaries of where they can and cannot play. To request a copy of the VIRTUS® article “Playground Safety Considerations,” emailjvienna@la-archdiocese.org or call (213) 637-7227.


New parishioners, and/or parishioners wishing to update your registration information, may fill out this online form.

Your personalized envelopes will be mailed to you from the printing company in about 8 TO 12 weeks after your registration has been processed.

If you use the envelopes in the pews, please make sure that you mark your first and family name and your envelope number. Please inform the Parish Center of any changes, i.e., your address or e-mail so that we may keep our