Sermons on “Justice”

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The Greatest Poverty

Father Jeremy Miller: The opposite of poverty is not wealth. It’s community. The opposite of poverty is not affluence. It’s relationships.

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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 4: Francis of Assisi

Father Jeremy Miller: He was called to a life of simplicity and poverty and humility to revive and to rebuild the Church as a spiritual entity.

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Being Made to Thrive

Father Jeremy Miller: God wants to fill us spiritually to the brim, to the brink of capsizing, to the brink of overflowing, so that divine life that is overflowing in you will flow out and touch others.

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Jesus and Gandhi

Deacon Justin Moor: Becoming a better Catholic and living what we believe is also about that person like Gandhi that we encounter who is waiting on us to live what we believe before they also come to believe in Jesus.

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Four Lessons of Anger

Father Philip Smith: Jesus shows us today that he wants to enter into that anger with us. He takes on our anger and he redeems it, he transforms it into a power to do good.

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Christ the King: Being Part of the Solution

Monsignor Michael Billian: What does the celebration of Christ the King mean? It really means everything. It means that there is a solution to the problems of the world. The feast calls us to be a part of the solution.

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Doing What is Just

Monsignor Michael Billian: The Bible makes it very clear and so does Jesus that we are called to justice and not fairness.

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