Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

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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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

Jesus and Columbo

Father Jeremy Miller: I’ve always thought that Columbo’s approach has characteristics of incredible leadership and, in this context today will all of our readings, how to be a good shepherd.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

Being called to be missionaries

Father Jeremy Miller: Today we are called like Saint Kateri in our own world, in our own way, to spread the message of Jesus.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Jan28-2018

Embracing our role as prophets

Father Jeremy Miller: If prophecy were only for the perfect, we’d have no prophets.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Sept24-2017-B

Desperation for Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: We come here every week to be desperate for Jesus, to know that we cannot fix everything in our life, to know that we are not in complete control and to place all of that at the altar, at the foot of Jesus, knowing that even if he doesn’t heal us immediately of the affliction we bring before him, we will receive the embrace of a God who loves us more than we could ever imagine.

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Homily-FrJeremy-June2018

Corpus Christi: The Divine Wisdom of the Eucharist

Father Jeremy Miller: We may think it’s trivial that there’s such a food emphasis in the Bible, but I would argue that it’s part of a divine wisdom, a divine logic, that he gives himself in this simple way.

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CCUP-Homily-FrJeremy-Easter2018

Ascension: Lift up your Hearts

Father Jeremy Miller: As a metaphor, the Ascension is a wonderful way to see our mission as Christians – that we are called to be lifted up by God and therefore to rise above the things that trouble us and to bring others up with us.

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CCUP-Homily-FrJeremy-White-HolyThursday-web

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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CCUP-Homily-FrJeremy-Easter2018

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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