Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

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The Full Experience of Advent

Father Jeremy Miller: Advent is about remembering the past in faith, looking forward to the future in hope, and living in the present moment in love.

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Homily-FrJeremy-June2018

Christ the King: The Call to Be Shepherds

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s all strive in this new liturgical year to make Christ King, Christ our Shepherd.

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Get busy living

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s remember Andy Dufresne’s counsel to Red in “The Shawshank Redemption”: “Get busy living or get busy dying.” We might phrase it, “Get busy living or get busy worrying about the end of the world.”

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Homily-FrJeremy-June2018

All Saints: What it means to follow Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: All of us are called to holiness. Holiness is not something reserved for the spiritual elite.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

Sight without Vision

Father Jeremy Miller: There are certain things that we have to push aside if we want to have the kind of vision, the all encompassing, supernatural, spiritual vision with which Jesus sees the world.

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Speaking on St. Óscar Romero’s homily from 1979

Father Jeremy Miller: Romero is an incredible role model for us: for what it means to have authority, to be a leader and to follow Jesus.

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To Love like God

Father Jeremy Miller: If we don’t receive love from the people we do see, how are we ever going to be capable of receiving the love of God, whom we don’t see?

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Answering the call to be Prophets and Shepherds

Father Jeremy Miller: You are called to be the Eldads and the Medads in your own professions, in your own families, in your own studies, in your own work, to carry on the prophetic mission of Jesus.

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A different kind of strength and power

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus is promoting the strength that desires to get on the same level of people to lift them up.

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Using our mouths and ears for God

Father Jeremy Miller: With our ears, we can either listen to the needs of others or not, listen to the word of God or not, and with our mouth, we can either speak the truth of things or we cannot.

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