Sermons on “John”

Homily-FrJeremy-Aug26-2018-web

Recommitting to God

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s declare today and through this entire academic year, as for us and this parish and this campus, we will serve the Lord.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

The difference between knowledge and wisdom

Father Jeremy Miller: It’s a good question to ponder as a society – As we have acquired more knowledge, are we a wiser people?

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

Are we being fed by the Liturgy?

Father Jeremy Miller: We do not come here primarily to be entertained. We come here first and foremost to be embraced by the God who loves us and intimately wants to be involved in our lives.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

The Path to Spiritual Transformation

Father Jeremy Miller: We have to continue on our the journey of liberation and spiritual transformation and freedom, knowing that our God and this Eucharistic bread from heaven is always with us, intimately involved in our lives.

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DeaconJustin-Homily-July2018

Putting the needs of others first

Deacon Justin Moor: We might just catch a glimpse of Jesus still at work today.

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Pentecost: The Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Deacon Justin Moor: I think it is safe to say we could all use more Holy Spirit in our lives.

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The Command to Love

Monsignor Michael Billian: The Mercy of God wipes out our past selfishness and leads us to respond to the Lord’s command to love others as he has loved us.

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Staying Connected to the Vine of Jesus

Deacon Justin Moor: Jesus is the true vine we desperately need, whether we realize it or not.

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Going All In

Monsignor Michael Billian: The Lord calls us to be all in every day — not later, but now.

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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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