Sermons on “Wisdom”

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What about Zacchaeus?

Father Jeremy Miller: We no longer have to climb a tree to see Jesus, he already climbed the tree of the cross to find us.

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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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Dealing with Difficult Passages in Scripture

Father Jeremy Miller: When we say, ‘The Word of the Lord,’ even after a tough passage, let’s trust that God was at work in the formation of the scriptures and that it still remains to this day an essential and valuable guide to our growth and the fulfillment of our potential as human beings.

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The Modern Day Rich Fool

Deacon Justin Moor: We realize our true net worth when we allow Jesus to gaze into our eyes and lovingly say, “You are worth everything to me.”

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Tapestry 6: Thomas Aquinas

Father Jeremy Miller: He’s known as a philosopher-theologian principally, but I think the primary way to see St. Thomas Aquinas is as someone who was obsessed with friendship with God.

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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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Spiritual Maturity

Father Jeremy Miller: Our spiritual growth and maturity is measured by how much the spirit of Christ is moving through us.

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Easter Vigil: From Darkness to Light

Father Jeremy Miller: It’s about progressive enlightenment, progressive illumination.

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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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Good Friday: Picking the right Barabbas

Father Jeremy Miller: We all come here this afternoon because we want to worship the right Barabbas, Jesus.

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