Sermons

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Epiphany: The Gifts of the Magi

Fr. Alan Zobler: We’re called to commit ourselves to be like the wise journeyers to Christ, brining our gifts — gold, frankincense and myrrh — giving selflessly, giving the very best of who we are and doing it tirelessly.

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The Humanity of the Holy Family

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s strive in this year to recommit ourselves to our families to try and grow in the love that Jesus, Mary and Joseph shared, the love to become, not a perfect family, but a holy family.

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Christmas: We Need Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: Whether you come here tonight as a shepherd or a magi, let’s all worship together the newborn king and ask that he might take possession of us in a deeper way this coming year.

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Advent: Keeping the Promise to David

Monsignor Michael Billian: In order for us to help keep the promise, we need to be more concerned with God’s plans and how our plans fit into them.

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Advent: Making Room in our Hearts for Jesus

Deacon Justin Moor: The path to true joy begins with making room in the inn of our hearts to fully welcome Jesus.

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Advent: John the Baptizer’s Guide to Christ

Monsignor Michael Billian: Advent is a time for us to decide, are we going to respond to God’s plan in our lives, are we going to be active about responding?

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The Full Experience of Advent

Father Jeremy Miller: We look backward to his coming in history 2,000 years ago. We look forward in hope to his coming in majesty at an unknown hour, as Jesus says in the Gospel. But we can’t forget about his daily advent, in which he desires in all sorts of ways, to come into our hearts, to enter in our lives, in a new way.

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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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Bishop Thomas: Come, Share your Master’s Joy

Bishop Daniel E. Thomas: The Lord desires that we share his joy.

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Investing with God

Father Jeremy Miller: If we invest in God and love of neighbor, we will grow and become the kind of person that we idealize ourself to be in the future.

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