Homilies/Sermons

Below, find recent homilies/sermons from Sunday Masses:

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How do we know God?

Father Jeremy Miller: Even though we don’t physically touch him like those apostles in that upper room, we can know God.

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Finding and Accepting God’s Mercy

Monsignor Michael Billian: To accept mercy requires trust, which is why it’s so hard to forgive by human powers.

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Easter Sunday: Arriving at the Tomb

Father Jeremy Miller: We are here because we value being at the empty tomb, but we are called to invite others and to help remove obstacles from others, to be able to enter the tomb with us.

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Good Friday: Stay awhile with this day

Father Jeremy Miller: This day is meant to enter us into the silence of that tragic day over two thousand years ago.

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The Lessons of Holy Thursday

Father Jeremy Miller: Tonight, let’s not keep God at a distance. Let us allow him to wash our feet so that cleansed of our own pride and self-pity we might lower ourselves to serve the needs of others.

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Palm Sunday: Would we run away?

Father Jeremy Miller: Can we stay with Jesus all the way through Holy Week?

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Fear of Loneliness

Father Philip Smith: In order experience true friendship, deep, intimate community with other people, oftentimes we first have to go through periods or seasons of loneliness in our own lives.

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Jesus and Gandhi

Deacon Justin Moor: Becoming a better Catholic and living what we believe is also about that person like Gandhi that we encounter who is waiting on us to live what we believe before they also come to believe in Jesus.

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Four Lessons of Anger

Father Philip Smith: Jesus shows us today that he wants to enter into that anger with us. He takes on our anger and he redeems it, he transforms it into a power to do good.

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Accepting God’s Timing

Father Jeremy Miller: We’re called to accept God’s purposes and timing. His timing is always better than ours, even though we get impatient.

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