Sermons on “Grace”

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Jesus is King

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus’ kingship is very different. Jesus’ kingship is allowing himself to be overshadowed totally for the sake of the mission that he was given by the father.

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The Dangers of Perfectionism in our Spiritual Life

Father Philip Smith: Perfectionism is an obstacle to true growth and change in our life.

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Great Things have Small Beginnings

Father Jeremy Miller: We know anything worth doing often has really small beginnings and only then blossoms later after hard work and dedication. It’s true with our spiritual life, too.

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Prioritizing the One

Father Jeremy Miller: God thinks about us as a parent who hates to see one child wander, not a part of the family.

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Carrying our Cross

Father Jeremy Miller: Everybody has crosses, and Jesus is here to tell us that we are not meant to carry the crosses and burdens and sufferings of our life alone.

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Tapestry 7: Teresa of Avila

Father Jeremy Miller: Teresa wants us to pray. She wants to show us the importance and necessity of prayer, and how to pray.

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Tapestry 5: Catherine of Siena

Father Jeremy Miller: This is a woman who set the world on fire.

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Tapestry 1: Mary of Magdala

Father Jeremy Miller: Mary Magdalene is an incredible figure and she deserves a proper eulogy. She was an incredibly faithful woman who followed Jesus.

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Holy Thursday: It’s all about your feet

Father Jeremy Miller: This night is about giving God both: the feet as an expression of our self-reliance and pride, our willingness to do our own thing, and the feet as an expression of our vulnerability.

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The bush is on fire, but it’s not consumed

Father Jeremy Miller: The bush is on fire, but it’s not consumed, which is a beautiful image for when God interacts with humanity. He doesn’t ask us to lose ourselves as humans. He wants to light a fire within us, but he’s not going to consume us.

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