Homilies/Sermons

Below, find recent homilies/sermons from Sunday Masses:

FrJeremy-GoodFriday-Homily-2019

Good Friday: Picking the right Barabbas

Father Jeremy Miller: We all come here this afternoon because we want to worship the right Barabbas, Jesus.

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FrJeremy-HolyThursday-Homily-2019

Holy Thursday: It’s all about your feet

Father Jeremy Miller: This night is about giving God both: the feet as an expression of our self-reliance and pride, our willingness to do our own thing, and the feet as an expression of our vulnerability.

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FrJeremy-PalmSunday-Homily-2019-web

Palm Sunday: The Example of the Second Criminal

Father Jeremy Miller: That second criminal gives us a path forward out of this human temptation I think we have to scapegoat, to deflect attention away from ourselves and carrying our cross as well.

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God’s Parental Love

Father Jeremy Miller: God loves us precisely where we’re at, but he loves us too much to let us stay there.

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From Me, to We, to Unity

Deacon Justin Moor: In our own lives this week, we each have ways that are uniquely our own in how we can exercise our spiritual parenthood to help one of God’s sons and daughters.

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The bush is on fire, but it’s not consumed

Father Jeremy Miller: The bush is on fire, but it’s not consumed, which is a beautiful image for when God interacts with humanity. He doesn’t ask us to lose ourselves as humans. He wants to light a fire within us, but he’s not going to consume us.

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FrJeremy-Lent-2019-March24

Coming Down the Mountain

Father Jeremy Miller: We have to be willing to come down the mountain if we are to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

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FrJeremy-Homily-March17-2019-02

We must go through the desert, if we want to reach the garden

Father Jeremy Miller: The entirety of Lent is entering into the 40 days in the desert with Jesus so that we come out on Easter a person that’s more ripe for growth, a person in the garden who’s more ripe for blossoming.

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CCUP-Homily-Feb28-2016-FrPhil

Ash Wednesday: Procrastinating in our spiritual life

Father Philip Smith: We’re invited to overcome our tendency toward spiritual procrastination, reminded not to put off for later those things God’s inviting us to do.

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FrPhil-Homily-March3-2019-web

The Sting of Death

Father Philip Smith shares three lessons on how we face death as Christian people.

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