Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

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Tapestry 4: Francis of Assisi

Father Jeremy Miller: He was called to a life of simplicity and poverty and humility to revive and to rebuild the Church as a spiritual entity.

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Tapestry 3: Monica of Tagaste

Father Jeremy Miller: The central thing we learn from Monica is that our life circumstances do not have to determine our purpose.

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Tapestry 2: Augustine of Hippo

Father Jeremy Miller: He is such an important figure in our intellectual tradition. What I’m more interested in though is his moral conversion, his spiritual conversion and the fact that it was a journey, it was a process.

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Tapestry 1: Mary of Magdala

Father Jeremy Miller: Mary Magdalene is an incredible figure and she deserves a proper eulogy. She was an incredibly faithful woman who followed Jesus.

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Spiritual Maturity

Father Jeremy Miller: Our spiritual growth and maturity is measured by how much the spirit of Christ is moving through us.

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Characters of the Easter season

Father Jeremy Miller: All five of these characters have a place in the Easter story and they all belong at that empty tomb worshiping the risen Christ.

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Easter Vigil: From Darkness to Light

Father Jeremy Miller: It’s about progressive enlightenment, progressive illumination.

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Easter: We Belong Here

Father Jeremy Miller: However we got to the empty tomb this morning, we have a place there.

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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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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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