Sermons on “Prayer”

FrJeremony-Homily-Jan26-2020

E pluribus unum

Father Jeremy Miller: Following Jesus is a very unique thing precisely because of our individual gifts, our individual personality, our station in life, our vocation and so many other factors that make us following Jesus different.

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FrJeremy-ChristmasEve-2019-01

Christmas: God has already found us

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s let ourselves be found by God, the one who is already searching for us.

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FrJeremy-Advent-Dec-2019-ThirdSunday-web

Tough questions for God

Father Jeremy Miller: God is big enough to handle all of our tough questions, precisely because he was small enough to enter into our world with us.

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DeaconJustin-Homily-July2018-2

Relationship Over Rules

Deacon Justin Moor: When the relationship comes first, then the rules can be understood within the proper context of helping us stay in right relationship with one another.

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FrJeremy-Homily-March17-2019-02

We must go through the desert, if we want to reach the garden

Father Jeremy Miller: The entirety of Lent is entering into the 40 days in the desert with Jesus so that we come out on Easter a person that’s more ripe for growth, a person in the garden who’s more ripe for blossoming.

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Homily-FrAlan-Zobler-Feb2019

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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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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Homily-FrJeremy-Aug26-2018-web

Recommitting to God

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s declare today and through this entire academic year, as for us and this parish and this campus, we will serve the Lord.

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FrJeremy-Homily-July2018

Are we being fed by the Liturgy?

Father Jeremy Miller: We do not come here primarily to be entertained. We come here first and foremost to be embraced by the God who loves us and intimately wants to be involved in our lives.

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FrJeremy-Homily-Sept24-2017-B

Desperation for Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: We come here every week to be desperate for Jesus, to know that we cannot fix everything in our life, to know that we are not in complete control and to place all of that at the altar, at the foot of Jesus, knowing that even if he doesn’t heal us immediately of the affliction we bring before him, we will receive the embrace of a God who loves us more than we could ever imagine.

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