Sermons on “Faith”

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Living our Faith

Monsignor Michael Billian: If we don’t stand up for morality, for the truth, then we would not be faithful to whom we are, or at least whom we’re trying to become.

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The Mystery of the Holy Trinity

Monsignor Michael Billian: We need to come to understand that our God loves us intensely and he wants to invite us into the intimacy of a beautiful relationship modeled after this mystery.

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Pentecost: The Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Deacon Justin Moor: I think it is safe to say we could all use more Holy Spirit in our lives.

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Staying Connected to the Vine of Jesus

Deacon Justin Moor: Jesus is the true vine we desperately need, whether we realize it or not.

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Going All In

Monsignor Michael Billian: The Lord calls us to be all in every day — not later, but now.

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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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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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Good Friday: Stay awhile with this day

Father Jeremy Miller: This day is meant to enter us into the silence of that tragic day over two thousand years ago.

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Palm Sunday: Would we run away?

Father Jeremy Miller: Can we stay with Jesus all the way through Holy Week?

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Ash Wednesday: Jesus does not give busywork

Father Jeremy Miller: As we embark upon this season of Lent, let’s not see these next 40 days as busywork. But rather let’s see them as precisely what they are, which are Jesus’ remedy, Jesus’ medication if you will, and our surest path to reaching our full potential as sons and daughters of God.

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