Sermons on “Listening”

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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 9: Mohandas Gandhi

Father Jeremy Miller: Gandhi teaches us that if we want to reform the world, we have to start with our own heart.

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Tapestry 2: Augustine of Hippo

Father Jeremy Miller: He is such an important figure in our intellectual tradition. What I’m more interested in though is his moral conversion, his spiritual conversion and the fact that it was a journey, it was a process.

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Easter: We Belong Here

Father Jeremy Miller: However we got to the empty tomb this morning, we have a place there.

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Woe to You

Fr. Alan Zobler O.S.F.S.: If you are so hung up on the things that don’t matter, the teachable moments are going to pass by you.

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Going Deeper into our Faith

Father Philip Smith: Are we willing to allow Jesus to tell us how to do our job? Are we willing to allow Jesus to tell us how to live our life?

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Epiphany: The Three Gifts in 2019

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

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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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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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Three Ways to be a Better Listener

Father Philip Smith: Listening is what builds intimacy. It bonds people together. Even when we disagree with other people, it helps us understand where they’re coming from.

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