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1 JULY 3, 2016 THE FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Priests & Clergy Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Gallagher, Pastor Rev. Jeffrey Baker, Associate Pastor Rev. John Britto, Associate Pastor Cardinal Roger Mahony, Archbishop Emeritus, In Residence Father Steve Davoren, In Residence Senior Deacon Walter Hanson Deacon Ryan Adams Deacon Louis Roche, Jr. Liturgical Celebrations Sunday Mass Vigil - 5:00 pm Saturday 7:15 am, 8:30 am 10:00 am (Adult Choir), 11:30 am 1:00 pm (Contemporary Choir) 3:00 pm (Spanish Mass) 5:00 pm (Contemporary Choir) Weekday Mass Mon. - Fri. 7:30 am & 12:05 pm Saturday 7:30 am Holy Days of Obligation Vigil - 5:00 pm 7:30, 8:45, 12:05 & 7:30 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday 8-8:30 am & 3:30-4:30 pm Thursdays before First Fridays and the Eves of Holy Days 3:30-4:30 pm A Catholic Parish Community Moorpark Street (Moorpark St. & Lankershim Blvd.) North Hollywood, CA TEL FAX

2 Page Two St. Charles Borromeo Church 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time Parish Ministries, Sacraments, & Formation ALTAR SERVERS Father Chan Woo Lee, Coordinator ANNULMENT ASSISTANCE Mrs. Helen Gulliver & Mrs. Rita Haeusler ANOINTING OF THE SICK Available upon request in the event of a serious illness, or medical emergency. Any hour, day or night. BAPTISM For St. Charles parishioners only. By appointment: Sundays, 2:00 pm Preparation classes required for parents and godparents BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 7:00 pm, Parish Center Mrs. Clare Darden SPANISH BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP Mrs. Daisy Mejia CATHOLIC MORTUARIES & CEMETERIES FUNERAL PLANNING Mrs. Daisy Mejia CONFIRMATION Mr. Benjamin Kaltenecker, Coordinator ext. 309 EXTRAORDINARY MINISTRY Lisa Castleton TO THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND Mrs. Mary Genova HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP - THE WAY Bryan Cain, LECTORS Ms. Terry Ruiz, LITURGY AND MUSIC Mr. James Drollinger, Director ext. 315 MARRIAGE For St. Charles parishioners only. Contact the priest at the Parish Center Office at least six months prior to the proposed date. One year is suggested. WEDDING COORDINATION Mrs. Gretchen Schreck MARRIAGE PREPARATION, FOCCUS Dr. Liz Carr NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING Mr. & Mrs. Aaron & Michele Kezele Sign up for classes at TROUBLED MARRIAGES, RETROUVAILLE Mr. and Mrs. Richard & Esther Stewart Website sponsored by the USCCB: RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION) Mondays: 4:30-5:30 pm Saturdays: 8-8:30 am, 3:30-4:30 pm Thursdays before 1st Fridays, Eves of Holy Days: 3:30-4:30 pm RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Office Hours Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm Mrs. Jeannie Essa, Director Ms. Susan Jakel, Elementary Coordinator Ms. Diane Skwarek, Pre-School Coordinator Mrs. Linda Patino, Secretary RESPECT LIFE MINISTRY The Option Line is available for pregnancy, or post-abortion counseling & resources, 24 hours a day: HELP(4357) Pregnancy Counseling Center of Mission Hills : RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA) Mr. John D. Genova Ms. Debra Burley SACRISTANS Mr. James Surtees, Head Sacristan ST. CHARLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mr. John E. Genova, Principal, TK-8 Mrs. Brenda Ianniciello, Secretary SENIOR CITIZENS MINISTRY Sr. Yvette Perrault, RSM, Coordinator ext. 307 SOCIAL JUSTICE & STATE ISSUES California Catholic Conference & Legislative Network: SOCIAL SERVICE HOLY FAMILY SERVICE CENTER Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat: 9:00-11:45 am Deacon Louis Roche, Jr., Director ST. CHARLES HEALTH MINISTRY Meets 1st Wednesdays, 7:00 pm, Parish Center Ms. Kathy Scheid USHERS, MINISTRY OF HOSPITALITY Mr. Mark VanCleve YOUNG ADULTS - THE VINE RECTORY Moorpark Street, PARISH CENTER Moorpark Street, Mon. - Fri.: 9 am - 9 pm Sat. & Sun.: 9 am - 5 pm PHONE: FAX: ADMINISTRATOR: Mrs. Susan Brown Ext. 304 SECRETARY: Mrs. Gretchen Schreck Ext. 301 SECRETARY: Mrs. Leticia Char Ext. 302 PLEASE VIST OUR PARISH WEBSITE: For inquiries about a vocation to priesthood or religious life, please contact: Fr. Chan Woo Lee Deanery Vocation Director, Fr. Michael Perucho San Fernando Regional Vocation Coordinator or BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS Please submit announcement requests by Tuesday, eleven (11) days prior to publication, in Parish Center Office or

3 Page Three St. Charles Borromeo Church July 3, 2016 A Day of Joy by Clara Fox Excerpted from an article appearing in The Tidings, June 10, 2016 On June 4, when Father Jeffrey Baker, 31, was ordained a priest with the laying on of hands, his father, Deacon Ron Baker, and mother, Patti, were at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels to share in the special moment, overjoyed to have a son become a priest. I m just in such awe, Patti told The Tidings. I m so blessed to have a husband [become] a deacon and now a son [become] a priest. Father Baker said his first Mass at Holy Family on June 5, with his father assisting during the service. His mother was in attendance. The day before the event, she said, I won t even have a dry eye the whole Mass. Deacon Ron said of having a son become a priest, It s kind of a surreal feeling, and I m so honored. Having a priest for a son when you are a deacon is helpful, he added, even though they still have that father-son dynamic. He s helped me, and I ve helped him with sermons, with different pastoral things within the parishes. He continued, We were deacons together and now it s going to be different because he is going to be the priest and I m going to be the deacon. It s going to be a joyful experience. We re looking forward to it. Deacon Ron stressed the need for Catholic parents to encourage their children when they are discerning a vocation, while still being open to the possibility that their children could change their mind. You need to be encouraging and supportive, but they always have to know that during their journey their discernment if they change their mind, then that is OK, because you don t want that pressure during formation, he said. During the whole time of his formation, my wife and I told him that we support him and we pray for him. Father Baker will serve as an associate pastor at St. Charles Borromeo in North Hollywood. While his parents plan to make trips to hear him preach occasionally, they will continue at their current parish. We are going to let him do his thing, Deacon Ron said. So he doesn t feel that his parents are checking up on him. Although a priest having a deacon for a father is a rare occurrence, they aren t the only ones in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. One other family has the same situation and, although they aren t related, they share the same last name. We always make a joke that it must be the Baker name, Deacon Ron said of Deacon Chuck and Marge Baker, whose son, Father Tom Baker at Sacred Heart Church in Lancaster, was his son s intern pastor. Archbishop José H. Gomez said during his homily, This is a day of joy. Every priest is the face of Christ and the heart of Christ. Towards the end of the Mass, Archbishop Gomez added, I want to especially congratulate their parents and family for the vocation and ordination today. Thank you for your generosity and please keep praying for them, as we do, too. After the ordination Mass, the new priests gave their first public blessings to family, friends and members of their parish communities in the cathedral plaza. While Deacon Ron and Patti waited in line for a blessing from their son, Patti said, It s the most special time of our life other than our wedding and the birth of our children.

4 Page Four St. Charles Borromeo Church 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time A Special Welcome!!! On July 1, St. Charles Parish is blessed to have three new priests assigned to our Parish. Father Steve Davoren, currently the Vocation Director for the Archdiocese, has been assigned to St. Charles In Residence. Father Jeffrey Baker, a newly ordained priest for the Archdiocese, will become an Fr. Steve Davoren Fr. Jeffrey Baker Associate Pastor here in the Parish. Fr. John Britto, from the Diocese of Ootacamund, Southern India, will be an Associate Pastor here in the Parish. Bishop Amalraj, who has visited us many times, has sent Fr. John to St. Charles so that he can study Philosophy at Loyola Marymount. Fr. John has been ordained a priest for four years and has been the Secretary to Bishop Amal and the Chancellor of the Diocese. We welcome these new priests with enthusiasm and joy. We know that each has been gifted by God with special talents, and we know that they will generously share their priestly lives with us and enrich our parish. A Special Welcome to each of them! The June 10, 2016, issue of the Tidings had a special section on the newly ordained and printed some nice things about Fr. Jeff Baker. A portion of that article is included on the previous page (3) of the bulletin. More will be coming about our new priests in the next bulletins! Sincerely, Father Bob Gallagher, Pastor Fr. John Britto The Sick and Homebound Ministry is looking for someone who would be interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister to serve at the Inn on the Boulevard facility located on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City. You need not already be a Eucharistic Minister. Training will be provided. If you are interested, please contact Mary Genova at St. Charles Organizations & LOCAL Activities AFRICAN/AFRICAN AMERICAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY First Sundays, 11:15 am, Parish Center First Fridays, 7:30 pm, Prayer Meeting Parish Center Ukay Bosah: Roman Akeh: THE ARMY OF ST. JOHN VIANNEY Holy Hour for the Sanctification of Priests ALL ARE WELCOME Wednesdays: 5:00pm-6:00pm, Parish Center Chapel Group Leader: Ann Doyle BIBLE STUDY Thursdays, 7-9 pm, Parish Center Chip Krolik: CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS (CDA) Our Lady of the Angels Court Third Sundays, 3:00 pm. Kris VanCleve, Regent: CATHOLICS IN ENTERTAINMENT An online spiritual fellowship for like-minded people in the creative arts. Open to all. Sign up at our website to receive industry events, new and information. FILIPINO AMERICAN COUNCIL Third Wednesdays, 7:30 pm Fae Henson: ITALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION (ICF) Branch 382 New members are always welcome, and you do not need to be Italian to join! Third Fridays, 5:30 pm, Parish Center Rose Garcia: KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS (K of C) Victor J. Mahony Council #2670 Third Tuesdays, Social Center, 7-8:30 pm Brother Jacques Shardo: LATIN AMERICAN COUNCIL First Sundays, 1:00-2:30 pm, Parish Center back room. Leticia Char: ST. CHARLES GOLDEN GIRLS The St. Charles Golden Girls meet every Wednesday from 10 am to 2 pm in the Parish Center Conference Room to prepare for the Christmas Boutique. No experience necessary, only nimble fingers. Contact: Mary Wiser ST. CHARLES SENIOR CLUB Ages 55 & up We welcome Seniors of any faith. SENIOR CARD GAMES Every Thursday 1 to 5 pm In the Parish Center Several Rummy or Bridge Games (Bring your dimes ) Now we will also play POKER!! (with chips)

5 Page Five St. Charles Borromeo Church July 3, 2016 SACRAMENT OF PENANCE TIME CHANGE RIDE NEEDED! A senior gentleman is in need of a ride home from mass on Sundays at 11:30 am. He lives off of Laurel Canyon and Chandler. Flexibility on both side. Please call Sister Yvette at Beginning on Monday, July 4, the Sacrament of Penance will not be available on Monday afternoons through July and August. The other regularly scheduled hours for this sacrament will continue to be held. Parishioners can schedule an individual confession according to their need with any of the priests directly or through the Parish Office. PROPER SUMMER ATTIRE Now that summer is here, we wish to remind everyone that casual attire such as short shorts, tank tops, skimpy dresses & skirts are not proper attire for attendance at Mass. We understand that many vacationers attend our Church due to the various tourist attractions in the area, but as a general rule, modest dress for ladies and gentlemen is expected.

6 Page Six St. Charles Borromeo Church 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mass Intentions Sunday, July 10-14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:15 am Mary L. McCullough Parish Intentions 8:30 am Andy D Andrea, Sr., Dolly D Andrea, & Andy D Andrea, Jr. Arcelino A. Carolino 10:00 am Charles Strongo Monsignor Srecko Digamartic 11:30 am Jose & Pacificacion Concepcion 1:00 pm Tom & Sharon Stevens 3:00 pm Isabel Diaz 5:00 pm William & Sarah Todaro Monday, July 4 - Independence Day 7:30 am Milagros P. Santos, Manuel Mangune 12:05 pm Thanksgiving for Connie Gue Vicki Curran Tuesday, July 5- St. Anthony Zaccaria; St. Elizabeth of Portugal 7:30 am Glenn Mahan Anne Herrera 12:05 pm Michael Murphy, Anthony Beccarelli Mary Elizabeth Wendell Wednesday, July 6 - St. Maria Goretti 7:30 am Maria Magdalena Briones 12:05 pm Joe Dunnigan, Galileo D. Gilo Thursday, July 7 7:30 am Mrs. Elizabeth Gavurik 12:05 pm Thomas Abadie, Mauro Hencker Friday, July 8 7:30 am Charles McHale 12:05 pm Edward W. Williams Saturday, July 9 - Blessed Virgin Mary; St. Augustine Zhao Rong & Companions 7:30 am Joshua Diener 5:00 pm Edward J. Gervin, Jr. Ignatius & Nita Stabile Frances Bonde Sunday, July 10-14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:15 am Jim Smith 8:30 am George Camps 10:00 am Vernon Bud Morrow Eugene Sulprizio Parish Intentions 11:30 am Nelson Alvarez 1:00 pm Bridget Wiegand Clarito Constanino Ilustre II 3:00 pm Peter & Dominic Genova 5:00 pm Vic Manning Alwin Robles Rest in Peace Joan Roman Chuck Cason Michaela Castro Vern Morrow Pray for the Sick Magdalena Ruiz Bob St. Clair Betty Jean Baird Mildred St. Arnaud Scott Fagan To add names, please call the Parish Office Readings for the Week Mon Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Ps 145:2-9; Mt 9:18-26; or, for Independence Day, any readings from the Mass For Public Needs, nos , or For Peace and Justice, nos Tue Hos 8:4-7, 11-13; Ps 115:3-10; Mt 9:32-38 Wed Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Ps 105:2-7; Mt 10:1-7 Thu Hos 11:1-4, 8c-9; Ps 80:2ac, 3b, 15-16; Mt 10:7-15 Fri Hos 14:2-10; Ps 51:3-17; Mt 10:16-23 Sat Is 6:1-8; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Mt 10:24-33 Sun Dt 30:10-14; Ps 69:14, 17, 30-31, 33-37; or Ps 19:8-11; Col 1:15-20; Lk 10:25-37 Devotions & Prayers Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! Please register if you would like to be a member of our community. Thank you for printing neatly and dropping this form in the offering basket or at the Parish Office. Your personalized tithing envelopes will be mailed to you in 8-12 weeks. If you use the envelopes in the pews, please mark your first and family name and your envelope number. Check here if this a change of address. Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Ms. Student First Fridays in the Parish Center Chapel at 4:30 pm FIRST FRIDAY, August 5th RECONCILIATION Thursday 3:30-4:30 pm MASS - 7:30 am & 12:05 pm EUCHARTISTIC ADORATION 8:00 am - 6 pm RESPECT LIFE ROSARY 4:30 pm MISA EL PRIMER VIERNES 7:00 pm NOVENA Our Lady of Perpetual Help Tuesdays, Following 12:05 pm Mass ROSARY Following 7:30 am & 12:05 pm Mass And before 5 pm Saturday Vigil Mass OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE Sundays, 4:00 pm Eucharistic Ministry To be a Eucharistic Minister to the Homebound or to receive communion in your home, contact Mary Genova at To be a Eucharistic Minister for Masses, Lisa Castleton at Envelope Reminder In order to receive proper credit for your contributions, please use your preprinted envelopes that you receive monthly in the mail. If you forget your envelope, please include your number with your donation. DISCERNING YOUR LIFE PATH? Contact Sr. Carol Quinlivan, CSJ: Name Spouse Address City Zip Telephone

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8 Page Eight St. Charles Borromeo Church 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time PARISH/SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, MINISTRIES, AND NEWS There will be no Friendship Sunday this weekend due to the 4th of July weekend. Next week s host: The Filipino American Council There will also be a welcoming reception for Father Baker. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING There is free blood pressure screening every Tuesday from 9:30-11:30 am at the Holy Family Service Center across the street from the Church. The Saint Charles Health Ministry Walking Club meets on Monday evenings at 6 pm. We meet at the parking lot behind the church. See you there! For info, please contact Kathy Scheid at or Safeguard the Children POOL SAFETY IS ABOUT MORE THAN SWIMMING Swimming is a fun way to have some fun and beat the heat during the summer. Parents should teach their children about swimming safety, including how to identify and handle uncomfortable situations. Although you may be watching closely to make sure your kids are safe in the water, don t forget about when they re walking around, sitting out by the pool, using the restrooms or out of sight. Teach your children what to do when they feel uncomfortable at the pool, and let them know it is okay to walk away and find a parent or trusted adult at any time. For more information and a copy of the article called Know the Rules Summer Safety Tips to Teach Children from the National Center for Missing and Exploited, or call LA NATACIÓN ES UNA MANERA DIVERTIDA DE COMBATIR EL CALOR DURANTE EL VERANO Los padres deben enseñar a sus hijos sobre la seguridad acuática, incluso cómo identificar situaciones incómodas y cómo reaccionar en estos casos. Aunque usted los está vigilando atentamente para asegurar que los niños están a La seguridad en la piscina implica más que saber nadar salvo en el agua, no se olvide de poner atención cuando los niños caminan o se sientan alrededor de la piscina, usan el baño o cuando están fuera de la vista. Enseñe a sus hijos qué hacer si se sienten incómodos en la piscina y que al cualquier momento está bien huir y buscar un adulto de confianza. Para más información y para obtener una copia del artículo completo del National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, envíe un correo electrónico a o llame al ST. CHARLES BORROMEO PARISH NOW PROVIDES ONLINE GIVING. A CONVENIENT & SAFE WAY TO MAKE A DONATION. REGISTERING IS EASY: JUST VISIT OUR WEBSITE, AND CLICK OUR LINK. WHEN YOU PARTICIPATE, YOUR GIFT WILL BE SECURELY TRANSFERRED DIRECTLY INTO THE PARISH BANK ACCOUNT.

9 Page Nine St. Charles Borromeo Church July 3, 2016 CELEBRATING THE PAST... LOOKING TO THE FUTURE Capital Campaign Phase IV Progress Report GOAL: Approx. $6,000,000 Initial Campaign Funds (2/1/10) $1,500,000 Unpaid Pledges DUE (2004 to present) $276, Second Collection (2/20/10 to present) $564, Contributions and Pledge Payments (2/20/10 to present) $3,137, TOTAL (Pledges and Cash) $5,478, PLEDGE UPDATE The monthly pledge billings for the Together in Mission pledges have been mailed. It is very important that these pledges be paid, so that our Parish will reach and, hopefully, exceed our goal. Once the pledge payments have exceeded our goal, we receive all of the additional funds for use in our Parish Ministries. Please remember that if we do not meet our assigned goal, the parish is responsible for paying the deficit. Our Parish s Assigned Goal: $98, Amount Pledged: $83, Amount Paid: $75, Remaining Balance: $23, Holy Family Service Center Thursday Hot Shower Ministry Extends Kindness to Pets Last week service center volunteers arranged an impromptu doggie bath tub for this canine client of the Thursday hot breakfast and hot shower ministry. Several of our regular clients have dogs which bring them comfort and protection during difficult days on the streets. Our volunteers on the hot breakfast side keep a dog bowl and dog food on hand to serve them after all the people have been fed. Summer Hours Begin in July The service center will be closed on Saturdays in July and August. Please bring donations of clothing and food during our operating hours, Tuesdays through Thursdays. Especially Needed Donations: mens pants, peanut butter, canned meat, individually wrapped servings of nuts and protein bars, tab-top cans of food Please ring the bell at the west side door of the Service Center for donation drop off during our regular operating hours of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9 11:45 am. Phone: DONATION OPPORTUNITIES STILL AVAILABLE Baptismal Font - $250,000; Ambry - $50,000 Chandelier - $25,000 (5 left) Altar Server Albs - $150 Priest Vestment - $1,000 Priest Chasible & Stole - $4,000 Dedication Candles - $1,500 (4 left) MONIES OWED TO THE ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES ON $1,500,000 LOAN FOR REFURBISHMENT OF OUR CHURCH Date Interest Principal January 2016 $9, $150,000 August 5, 2015 $9, $60,000 April 13, 2015 $10, $65,000 January 28, 2015 $12, $90,000 October 21, 2014 $11, $ Total Paid Total Paid $53, $425,000

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12 THE RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS is an opportunity to respond to the gift of faith and become a member of the Living Presence of Jesus Christ in His Catholic Church. RCIA is a program designed for: Anyone inquiring about the Roman Catholic Church Anyone interested in becoming a Catholic through the Sacrament of Baptism Baptized Catholics seeking completion of the Sacraments of Holy Eucharist and Confirmation RCIA Registration: Tuesdays: July 5 and July 12 in the Parish Center Meeting Room from 7 to 8 pm. RCIA Begins: Tuesday, July 5, in the Parish Center Meeting Room 7 to 9 pm. R.C.I.A. Co-Coordinators John Genova and Debra Burley Information: John Genova, or Debra Burley, or