Feast of the Holy Family – December 28, 2014

Pastor’s Desk

In a funny kind of “lost in translation” moment, a little boy was riding in a shopping cart as his mother wheeled through the aisles in one of those fancy, gourmet grocery stores. As they headed down a row offering a seemingly endless variety of bottled waters, one in particular caught the little boy’s attention. His mom removed it from the shelf and just as quickly put it back. “Oh no, Frankie,” she said. “We aren’t buying that one. It’s five dollars for just this one bottle!” The little boy, now more curious persisted. “Why is it so much?” he asked. His mother took a closer look. “Well I see here that is comes from Whales” (the country). “Ewwwweeee!” the little boy screamed. “You mean people drink that?”

Speaking of “lost in translation,” in the movie of the same name the character Bob Harris, played by actor Bill Murray, says this about his experience of raising children:

“It gets a whole lot more complicated when you have kids. The most terrifying day of your life is the day the first one is born. Your life, as you know it is gone. Never to return. But they learn how to walk, and they learn how to talk and you want to be with them. And they turn out to be the most delightful people you will ever meet in your life.” Well said, Mr. Harris, well said!

The story in today’s Lesson is one of only a few New Testament episodes in which Jesus, Mary and Joseph are together as a family. Raising their child in the very best way they know how, Mary and Joseph are following the prescribed religious ritual of presenting Him at the Temple, and offering a sacrifice to God. And in this context of family, the New Testament writer concludes the story with these words:

“When they had done everything the law of the Lord required, they went back to Galilee, to their own town of Nazareth. Meanwhile the Child grew to maturity, filled with wisdom, and God’s favor was with Him (Lk. 2:39-40).

This evokes the question for all Christian parents:

How to raise our children in a family environment which makes it possible for them to grow in wisdom? How can we nurture the Divine spark that is in them? How can we help build their self-esteem? How can we help to bring out the best in them?”

And the answer, of course, is to follow the example of the Holy Family; to become a holy family by loving one another in the radical new way of the Lord Jesus; to simply speak in love to one another. When you answer the question in this way, your children will turn out to be the most delightful people you will ever meet in your life.

So many of you have experienced this: You give your child away in marriage. Suddenly, God gives you a break, and you no longer see messy rooms and the late worrisome nights, or hear the shouts of rebellion. Suddenly, you realize that in your God given life you have known something of the mystery of Divine Love — that intense, unconditional love which nothing can shut out. And your child is transfigured before your eyes, so completely that it reinforces your belief in the wonder and glory of God.

What parent among us has not invested hopes and dreams that her or his child’s future might be filled with meaning? As one parent has written …

“Just as the gentle flutter of a butterfly’s wings can change the path of a hurricane, so the gentle beat of a child’s heart can change the destiny of the world. Children are our future and our hope. Only they determine humanity’s progress.”

And so . . .

We must protect all children.

We must feed all children.

We must love all children.

We must teach all children that life’s true meaning and purpose will be reflected in the quality of their mercy and compassion toward one another.

And no matter if we intend it or not, our children will learn by our example, “Faith is never taught, it is caught!”

Peace and blessings!

Fr. Luis

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Sean, Rebecca, Therese and Steve Brown. St. Elizabeth’s parish is very grateful for the generosity of this musically talented family!

Liturgical Music Corner by our Music Director, Rebecca Brown

Dec. 28, Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

I used to love to go on retreats to an Eastern rite monastery in the hills of Redwood Valley overlooking Ukiah. The beautiful and gentle chanting of the monks as they ended compline (night prayer) every evening still rings in my ears. It always ended with the “Nunc Dimittis”, the “Canticle of Simeon”, which is part of the official night prayer of the church, and is in today’s Gospel. If you have never prayed night prayer, this would be a beautiful prayer to start with:

“Now, Master, you may let your servant go in peace,

according to your word, for my eyes have seen your salvation, which you prepared in sight of all the peoples, a light of revelation to the Gentiles, and glory for your people Israel.”

Christmas is about celebrating Jesus Christ, the light of the world, and welcoming Him into our hearts!

Songs for the 9 am Mass:

Processional Hymn: Angels We Have Heard on High (BB # 82)

Psalm 105: The Lord remembers his covenant forever.

Preparation of the Gifts: O Little Town of Bethlehem (BB # 97)

Communion Song: Silent Night (BB # 89)

Lullaby of the Dove, choir

Recessional Song: Hark the Herald Angels Sing (BB # 84)

BB = Breaking Bread SS = Song sheets

Our Christmas liturgies were truly beautiful and our choir would like to thank you all for celebrating with us! Thank you also to Fr. Luis for all his support for our music ministry. We want to welcome all visitors and encourage you to join us every Sunday as we worship together.

A special thank you to all who contributed to our music ministry expenses using the donation can in the back of the church. We appreciate your generosity! May God bless you!

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Our Creche is a beautiful depiction of the Holy Family and a wonderful reminder to us of the humble circumstances of our King. As Pope Francis said at Christmas mass, “How much the world needs tenderness today!” he said. “God’s patience, God’s closeness, God’s tenderness.” Let us draw closer, crossing racial, economic, political divisions in our human family in the spirit of Christmas!

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St. Elizabeth’s parosh is also grateful for the generous contributions by Steve Brown and Bob Dunne, without whom our parade float would NEVER have come together!!!
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On behalf of St. Elizabeth’s Parish we thank Noelle Fahlen for her singing in the choir and her hospitality on behalf of the choir. Here she is on Christmas morning with her grandchildren. Later on I am going to photoshop her into the choir photo, she had left before we took it!

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Some of our younger members find Christmas morning to be “uplifting!”

We wish happy and holy Christmas blessings for all our families at St. Elizabeth Parish. Here is Vera Bohan with her daughter after the Christmas morning mass. (I will provide the name of Vera’s daughter, senior moment, please excuse!)
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The choir enjoyed a wonderful brunch hosted by Nicole Fahlen after mass. After enjoying the delicious food and beverages, the group had fun singing rounds and spirituals, talked about the possibility of a choir school at St. Elizabeth’s, and enjoyed fellowship. What a blessing this group is to St. Elizabeth’s – after all the work they have done this December they are still singing and filled with joy! Music ministry is such a joyful enterprise, we are excited for the new year and hope the music brings you closer to God, provides inspiration for your faith.

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Thank you St. Elizabeth’s choir for making our services so beautiful and joyous!

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Christmas Day Mass December 25, 2014

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We wish everyone a merry and blessed Christmas! Fr. Luis reminds us that for Catholics, this is the first day of Christmas, a season that will end in two weeks with the feast of the Epiphany. While the world begins Christmas right after Thanksgiving (and in many cases, earlier) Catholics complete the month of November which honors the deceased, and then we proceed to prepare for Christmas with the beautiful season of Advent, where we try to balance the intensity of the retail industry with meditations on the coming of Christ. The benefits of this are many, including better control of one’s budget, but most importantly, a timely and dignified procession to the Christmas season, with four weeks of sacred scripture, song and prayer helping us open our hearts and minds to the true meaning of Christmas. Citing the character of Scrooge in Dicken’s Christmas Story, Fr. Luis describes the emptiness and ultimately soul-killing process of greed and selfishness. Scrooge is a profoundly unhappy man. However, the morning of his conversion, he awakes to look out the window and views the world as beautiful. With his newly expanded heart, his day gets better as he discovers the exquisite joy of giving.
In celebrating the Christmas season with our families, Fr. Luis encourages us to try to undergo our own conversion to a higher level of spirituality and to view our lives and our families with a sense of joy and awe, overlooking the flaws and imperfections. Life is short, Fr. Luis reminds us, and like Scrooge we only make ourselves miserable through selfishness.


See the choir page for the complete recordings of Christmas Day Mass.
Again our thanks to St. Elizabeth’s Choir for their epic contributions to our parish during the month of December. In addition to inspiring Sunday mass music, the choir rocked the Parade of Lights on Dec. 6, they made our Christmas Dinner on Dec. 13th the best ever, and they visited Ila Donovan and fellow residents at Mirabel Lodge on Sunday, Dec. 21 with a festive medley of Christmas carols. We must also thank St. Elizabeth’s Guild for their tremendous effort in preparing and presenting the delicious Christmas dinner. President Francine Korn, Vice President Janis Brown led a generous crew of volunteers who made a cheery night of song and feasting for the parish. Thank you all, their names are to be found at the link above.

Fr. Luis gave a wonderful homily on the transformation of Scrooge in Dicken's Christmas Story at Christmas Day Mass.
Fr. Luis gave a wonderful homily on the transformation of Scrooge in Dicken’s Christmas Story at Christmas Day Mass.

Thank you to Fr. Luis for another year of pastoring us and we pray 2015 will be a year of peace and joy for our parish.

Christmas Eve – Dec. 24 Christmas Carols and Mass

 

The church was packed for our joyous Christmas Eve services of Carols at 4:00 and Mass at 5:00. Thank you for joining us and we wish you a Merry Christmas!

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Sean Brown, Therese Brown, John O’Connell, Nina LoGuidice, Doris Belluomini, Eric Lindenbusch, Cantor, Rebecca Brown, Noelle Fahlon, Stella Dunne, Winnie Meyers, Tony Madrid, Carol Kimball

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Section 1:

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Section 2:
Christmas Eve Recording Part 2:

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Fourth Sunday in Advent – Dec 21

Pastor’s Desk
Greetings, to all! Last week was a very memorable time starting with the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It was very festive and even though it was stormy that day we almost filled the church. After the Mass everyone had a gathering at St. Hubert’s Hall were everyone was treated with delicious tamale and ‘sopas,’ pasta salad and the children had an option to have a pizza. I would like to thank Carlos, Josefina and the rest of the Hispanic group that made this event possible.
On Saturday we had our Parish Christmas party and it was very successful. It was joyful and lots of high energy in the room with the choir singing Christmas Carols. Just brought me back in my early years when you hear Christmas songs, laughter, and joyous conversation overwhelms the room.
Many thanks for the Guild and especially the cooks that cooked this marvelous and tender roast of meat. Chef Rich and Chef Joe, well done!
A reporter once asked the learned theologian, Karl Barth, “Sir, you have written many huge volumes about God. Can you tell me, please, how do you know that it’s all true?” With a twinkle in his eye, and without skipping a beat, the great scholar replied, “My mother told me!”
To get close to the mother/child relationship between Jesus and Mary, we have to think of Jesus going through the “terrible two’s” and all the other periods of a child’s development — and all the things Mary must have told Him. If you think about Jesus as a real child (and that is what “Incarnation” means), you realize that He needed to be trained, needed to be cleaned, needed to be nourished, needed to be taught, needed to be disciplined, needed help with all the problems that children have. And Mary was there to fulfill those needs. Mary did what she was supposed to do.
Simply, quietly, day-by-day, Mary cared for Jesus. Of course like all mother/child relationships, it couldn’t have been all smooth sailing. And perhaps the greatest challenge for Mary was the difficulty in understanding her Child. At age twelve, Jesus chided her for searching for Him and worrying about Him, even though He had been missing for three days in a crowded city.
At Cana, He scolded her when she told Him the wine had run out. Later on, when people were accusing Jesus of being insane, Mary went to the place where He was preaching and He seemed to reject her request to come out and talk to her. Then, that moment at the Cross, when Mary, who had been through all the heartbreak with Jesus every step of the way, is quietly turned over to the Apostle John.
Jesus went to His death completely alone. Mary certainly didn’t plan it that way. The bittersweet truth that God’s plan for revealing His goodness is not tailored to fit our preconceptions was a discovery Mary made as a very young woman. And it was the key to Mary’s strength in all those times of crisis and sorrow. And it applies to each of us.
One of my favorite Christmas song is “Mary did you know!” I hope you have a chance to hear it and if not just go to ‘YOUTUBE,” and type in that title.
PEACE AND BLESSINGS!
Fr. Luis

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Liturgical Music Corner by our Music Director, Rebecca Brown
Dec. 21, Fourth Sunday of Advent
“Behold a Virgin shall conceive and bear a son; and his name will be called Emmanuel.”
Emmanuel means “God with us”. As Catholics, we believe and proclaim that Jesus is God, the second Person of the Blessed Trinity, who took upon Himself our human flesh. The church believes and proclaims that Jesus is fully human and fully divine. Scripture tells us that Jesus was like us “in every way but sin”.
Today’s Gospel relays the beautiful story of the Annunciation, when the Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that she would be the Mother of the Messiah, the Son of God…and Mary’s complete submission to the will of God: “Let it be done to me according to your word.” Let us pray today that our response to God in all things would be a resounding, “Yes!”
Songs for the 9 am Mass:
Processional Hymn: Gathering Song For the Sundays of Advent
Psalm 89: Forever I will sing the goodness of the Lord.
Preparation of the Gifts: People Look East (BB # 49)
Communion Song: Ave Maria, violin; “Advent Joy”, choir
Recessional Song: Let the King of Glory Come (BB # 63)
BB = Breaking Bread SS = Song sheets
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Processional Hymn: O Come, All Ye Faithful (BB # 79)
Psalm 96: Today is born our Savior, Christ the Lord.
Preparation of the Gifts: Lullaby of the Dove, choir
Communion Song: Silent Night (BB # 89)
O Holy Night, choir
Recessional Song: Joy to the World (BB # 80)

On behalf of the parish we would like to express our thanks for the beautiful music at mass today and the generous performance at the Mirabel Lodge where our beloved Ila Donovan is currently a guest. We will post the videos as we process them on the choir page, but here is a video from mass today to enjoy:

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/115137508″>AdventJoy</a&gt; from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user10919365″>Irene Deem</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Christmas obliges us to give and St. Elizabeth’s provides an opportunity to give to the local community through the Russian River Food Bank. Donations of cash, checks or dried food stuffs may be made in the designated boxes in the back of the church.

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Twice a month food is distributed to needy individuals through this program which is a collaborative effort involving St. Elizabeth’s, St. Vincent de Paul, the Community Church of Guerneville, the Salvation Army and the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Please visit the St. Vincent de Paul page for more information.


After mass, the choir headed over to Mirabel Lodge to present a medley of Christmas Carols for our beloved Ila Donovan. Ila looked wonderful and she and her fellow guests enjoyed the choir enormously! Thank you Rebecca Brown, Eric Lindnenbusch, Fr. Luis and the St. Elizabeth’s Choir for your lovely Christmas gift to this community!

(the rest of the carols are on the Choir page.)

Thank you to Diane Lisciandro for these great photos from today’s mass.

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Gaudete Sunday, Third Sunday in Advent – December 14, 2014

Pastor’s Desk
A man was severely depressed because, in his words, he “wasn’t getting ahead.” He told his wife that he had no real purpose in life — that he had nothing to live for. “What do you mean, you have nothing to live for,” she protested. “You have plenty to live for. The house isn’t paid for and the car isn’t paid for and Joanie’s braces aren’t paid for . . .”
You get the point. Like that man’s wife, it is often possible for some people to be more clear-eyed in disaster than in prosperity. Isn’t it remarkable that some of the noblest literature of the ancient Hebrews was produced during the Babylonian Captivity? Isn’t it remarkable that Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address — often called the noblest speech ever made in America, came in the darkness of the Civil War?
In our search for enlightenment, there is something about dark times that can inspire our most profound thoughts — something guiding us to answer the most important questions in life. God loves us so much that He sends us Light to shine in those dark places. And from the first book in the Bible to the last, you can feel the sacred authors being caught up in the joy of knowing that God sends His Light unfailingly — Light to overcome the darkness of our lives. In the very first verses of the creation story in the Bible, we read that everything was covered with darkness. And so the very first thing God does is create light. “Let there be light, and there was light, and God saw that it was good,” Scripture tells us. Over-and-over again, in the Book of Psalms, we hear the refrain: “The Lord is my light and my salvation. Whom shall I fear?”
In today’s Gospel, John the Baptist — the man who wore a garment of camel’s hair and lived on locusts and wild honey — a man that we might call a bit of a fanatic — is portrayed as one “sent by God … as a witness to speak for the Light, so that everyone might believe through him. He was not the Light, only a witness to speak for the Light” (Jn. 1:6-8). And, in obedience to God, John the Baptist proclaimed the Light that was to come in the Person of Jesus Christ — the one, True, Guiding Light.
“Follow Me,” says the Lord Jesus, “and I will give you light, I will guide you through the dark nights of your soul and give you meaning and purpose for your life … Follow My light and see that I am with you in your fears and tears and disappointments … Follow My light and let it flow into your heart and destroy the darkness there.”
We anticipate with joy the coming of the wonderful bright light of Christmas. When the Christmas Season comes around, we are attracted to the Light of Christ. We find comfort in the sunshine of Christmas good will. But when the holy day is over, we tend to put the Christmas Spirit back on “hold” again. And in so doing, we thwart the very purpose of Christmas. In giving His Son as the Light of the World, God’s purpose is to transform us into children of light, giving us the power to radiate His Love from moment-to-moment, and for a lifetime.

Are you prepared to search for the Light of the World through the darkness of your tears and fears and heartaches and disappointments? Are you prepared to let the Light flow into every crevice of your soul so intensely that it will radiate into your family household, and beyond into the neighborhood and the world? Are you prepared to receive the Christ Child into your heart in the spirit of complete faith and trust?
God is sending us out into the world to be witnesses to the Light of Christ. “You shall be My witnesses … to the ends of the earth,” Jesus says to us, His followers. And, in obedience to His command, we go out to minister in love, and to bind up wounds, and to be a sign of unity and reconciliation in a world where people are estranged from one another: married couples … families … races … nations … Churches. In obedience, we go out as witnesses to what God is doing through the Light of Christ to harmonize all of humankind in peace and love.
PEACE AND BLESSINGS!
Fr. Luis

Liturgical Music Corner by our Music Director, Rebecca Brown
Dec. 14, Third Sunday of Advent

From today’s entrance antiphon: “Rejoice in the Lord always, again I say rejoice! Indeed, the Lord is near.”
Today, is traditionally known as “Gaudete” Sunday, which means “rejoice”. Our first reading says, “I rejoice heartily in the Lord, in my God is the joy of my soul.” In place of our responsorial psalm today, we have the Magnificat, the Canticle of Mary, “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God, my Savior.” St. Paul exhorts us to “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing.”
Even with all the troubles in the world, we can always find a reason to rejoice, for we know that the Lord is coming, and He has won the victory! We have been called to spread the good news, to bring glad tidings to the poor, and to announce a year of favor from the Lord!
Songs for the 9 am Mass:
Processional Hymn: Gathering Song For the Sundays of Advent
“Come, Lord Jesus, come Lord Jesus, come and give us your peace.”
Kyrie, kyrie, kyrie eleison. Christe, Christe, Christe eleison.
Responsorial: Luke 1: My soul rejoices in my God.
Preparation of the Gifts: A Voice Cries Out (BB # 45)
Communion Song: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel BB # 38
Choir: “Will We Know Him?”
Recessional Song: Let the King of Glory Come (BB # 63)
BB = Breaking Bread SS = Song sheets

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Music from Gaudete Sunday Part 1

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Music from Gaudete Sunday Part 2

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We had two wonderful events this weekend:

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Fr. Luis distributing communion at Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Dec. 12. This little girl has no yet made her first communion an receives a blessing rather than communion.
Fr. Luis distributing communion at Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Dec. 12. This little girl has no yet made her first communion an receives a blessing rather than communion.

Parish Christmas Dinner

Merry Christmas 2014
Merry Christmas 2014

St. Elizabeth’s Christmas Dinner, Sat. Dec. 13

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St. Elizabeth’s Christmas Dinner

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Christmas Dinner Part 1

Christmas Dinner Part 2

Christmas Dinner Part 3

Christmas Dinner Part 4

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Christmas Dinner Part 5

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Santa's Elves worked hard in the kitchen!
Santa’s Elves worked hard in the kitchen!

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 12, 2014

Carlos provides this beautiful painting every year for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Carlos provides this beautiful painting every year for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The beautiful feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, preceded earlier in the week by the feast of San Juan Diego, was celebrated with an evening mass at 6:00 PM and a dinner in St. Hubert’s Hall with tamales and pizza. Mateo Guzman performed at mass and during dinner. Josephina Robles served as cantor with her beautiful mezzo soprano voice. Fr. Luis stressed in his homily the importance for parents to tell the story of San Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe to their children, as these precious stories are easily forgotten in the frenetic pace of modern life. Thank you to Carlos and Josephina and Ben Robles who hosted the dinner and of course sang at mass.

Special Thanks to Mateo Guzman for his beautiful music. Mateo is available for future events, his phone number is (707) 758-5691.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Part 1

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Our Lady of Gaudalupe Mass Part 2

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Part 3

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Part 4

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass Part 5

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/114925843″>OLG5</a&gt; from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user10919365″>Irene Deem</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>