Sermons on “Christmas”

FrJeremy-Homily-2019-Jan5

Epiphany: Supernatural Vision into Supernatural Love

Father Jeremy Miller: Following the star sometimes means rethinking, reshaping, reworking our views in light of of the fact that God has revealed himself to us.

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DeaconJustin-Homily-Dec29-2019

Holy Family: Being like Joseph

Deacon Justin Moor: Discerning who God wants us to be, what God wants us to do and then having the courage to do it, this is what it means to be a holy disciple. When we support those we most love in the unique divine mission God has for them, this is how we discover what it means to be a holy family.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Jan6-2019-web

Epiphany: The Three Gifts in 2019

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s leave 2019 in a different way than we came.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Christmas-2018-web

Christmas: God is not a perfectionist

Father Jeremy Miller: The Christmas story reveals that precisely when things are imperfect, God might be doing something incredible.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Advent-Dec2018-02

Embracing the Holy Interruptions

Father Jeremy Miller: All the elements of the Christmas Story interrupted the routine and what these figures thought their life was going to look like. And yet because so many of them embraced that holy interruption, we have the great story of Christmas.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Advent-Dec2018

Living in a Spirit of Deference to God

Father Jeremy Miller: Mary and John represent for us an incredible example to combat our own pride because their lives they saw their mission they saw was to lead other people to Jesus.

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FrZobler-Jan7-2018

Epiphany: The Gifts of the Magi

Fr. Alan Zobler: We’re called to commit ourselves to be like the wise journeyers to Christ, brining our gifts — gold, frankincense and myrrh — giving selflessly, giving the very best of who we are and doing it tirelessly.

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FrJeremy-Miller-Christmas-2017-2

The Humanity of the Holy Family

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s strive in this year to recommit ourselves to our families to try and grow in the love that Jesus, Mary and Joseph shared, the love to become, not a perfect family, but a holy family.

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FrJeremy-Miller-Christmas-2017

Christmas: We Need Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: Whether you come here tonight as a shepherd or a magi, let’s all worship together the newborn king and ask that he might take possession of us in a deeper way this coming year.

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MonsignorMichael-Homily-Christmas2016-2

Epiphany: Welcoming All Peoples

Monsignor Michael Billian: Christ came for all nations, for all peoples. And if we are ambassadors for Christ in the world, then we too need to be prepared to welcome all peoples as well.

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