Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

FrJeremy-Homily-Sept24-2017

Living up to our Potential

Father Jeremy Miller: What are the wild grapes that have overrun the vineyard of our hearts? And who are the people God consistently sends who speak truth to us and who we sort of dismiss because we don’t like what they say?

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Backing up our Faith with Action

Father Jeremy Miller: Faith without love and faith without persevering in what we’ve committed to is an empty faith, a dead faith, a sterile faith, a faith that doesn’t back itself up with action.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Sept24-2017

Seeing the World as God Does

Father Jeremy Miller: When we stop trying to fashion God in our own image and try to start to fashioning ourselves in the image of God, that’s the decisive moment of mature faith.

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FrJeremy-July2-2017-First-Homily

Resolving Problems in a Spirit of Love

Father Jeremy Miller: If someone hurts you, you go to that person and that person alone, Jesus says, and in a spirit of love, in which you want the best for them, you offer correction.

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FrJeremy-July2-2017-First-Homily

Finding the Key of Faith

Father Jeremy Miller: The key to a sense of perspective in life, to making sense of all of the variety that goes on in our life, is the key of faith. It unlocks all sorts of potentials and possibilities for us that would not be there otherwise.

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Assumption of Mary: The Dignity of the Body

Father Jeremy Miller: Today’s feast is a wonderful example of the dignity of the body. This feast is also an opportunity to reflect on the great gift of our bodies, which the Lord wishes to redeem in this life and more completely in the life to come.

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FrJeremy-July-2017

The Nature of Faith

Father Jeremy Miller: Faith is a kind of evidence. It’s different than physical evidence. It’s a relational evidence in which we believe the one who asks us to believe in them because they have a track record of making themselves believable.

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FrJeremy-July2-2017-First-Homily

The Hidden Treasure of Prayer

Father Jeremy Miller: Prayer is meant to change our heart. Prayer is not meant to change God’s mind. God already knows what you need.

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FrJeremy-July-2017

What is Your Heart Made of?

Father Jeremy Miller: The challenge of Jesus today is to diagnose ourselves and to say, “Where do I need to work on my own heart so that when God plants a seed, it flourishes?”

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FrJeremy-July2-2017-First-Homily

Fr. Jeremy’s First Homily: Making God a First Priority

Father Jeremy Miller: The message of Jesus today is that nothing can take the place of our relationship with God.

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