Homilies/Sermons

Below, find recent homilies/sermons from Sunday Masses:

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Understanding the Big Picture

Monsignor Michael Billian: There is something about the clarity of studying the big picture in order to understand what happens in the small things of life.

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The Hidden Treasure of Prayer

Father Jeremy Miller: Prayer is meant to change our heart. Prayer is not meant to change God’s mind. God already knows what you need.

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Weeds Among the Wheat

Monsignor Michael Billian: It’s God’s job to do the judging. Let him do his work while we do our best to till the gardens of our lives and care for them.

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What is Your Heart Made of?

Father Jeremy Miller: The challenge of Jesus today is to diagnose ourselves and to say, “Where do I need to work on my own heart so that when God plants a seed, it flourishes?”

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Being True Disciples of Christ

Monsignor Michael Billian: Being a place of refuge for those who need comfort need not be as risky as it sounds. It does not necessarily call us to open up our homes, but it asks us to open our hearts.

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Fr. Jeremy’s First Homily: Making God a First Priority

Father Jeremy Miller: The message of Jesus today is that nothing can take the place of our relationship with God.

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Setting Aside our Fear and Being a Witness

Monsignor Michael Billian: God wants us in our daily lives — by the way we speak, by the way we live, by the decisions we make, even by the attitudes that we embrace in our daily life — he wants us to give witness to Christ.

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Fr. Phil’s Last Homily: On God’s Journey

Father Philip Smith: As I reflect on the past five years, I’m just filled with gratitude to be part of this community. The goal of what I’ve tried to do is simply rooted in what we do here: To help our students know that Jesus is with them on the journey.

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Holy Trinity: It’s a Mystery, Believe it!

Monsignor Michael Billian: When we look at the Holy Trinity, there is so much we can embrace. You can look at the Trinity from inside-out. You can look at the Trinity from outside-in. And either way you look at the Trinity, we can find value and lessons for our life.

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Pentecost: Renewing the Face of the Earth

Father Philip Smith: What we gather to celebrate on Pentecost is that God has heard that prayer for renewal.

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