Sermons on “Love”

FrPhil-Homily-March3-2019-web

The Sting of Death

Father Philip Smith shares three lessons on how we face death as Christian people.

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Homily-FrJeremy-Aug26-2018-web

Love your Enemies

Father Jeremy Miller: To love your enemies means to want the best for the one who’s hurt you.

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The Power of Love

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s make sure there’s plenty of love to go around.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

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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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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Our Heavenly Mother is Mary

Father Jeremy Miller: As she gave birth to Christ, she gave birth to all of us in Christ.

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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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The Full Experience of Advent

Father Jeremy Miller: Advent is about remembering the past in faith, looking forward to the future in hope, and living in the present moment in love.

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Homily-FrJeremy-Aug26-2018-2-web

Get busy living

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s remember Andy Dufresne’s counsel to Red in “The Shawshank Redemption”: “Get busy living or get busy dying.” We might phrase it, “Get busy living or get busy worrying about the end of the world.”

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FrZak-homily-Nov2018-web

Fr. Zak: Everything in moderation?

Father Daniel J. Zak: A remarkable, surprising truth is that when it comes to the things of God, when it comes to holy things, we can give and give and give and we will always have a little more to give. Only God, thankfully, is the one of profound abundance.

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