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Embracing the Holy Interruptions

Father Jeremy Miller: All the elements of the Christmas Story interrupted the routine and what these figures thought their life was going to look like. And yet because so many of them embraced that holy interruption, we have the great story of Christmas.

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Living in a Spirit of Deference to God

Father Jeremy Miller: Mary and John represent for us an incredible example to combat our own pride because their lives they saw their mission they saw was to lead other people to Jesus.

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Make Straight a Highway for God

Father Jeremy Miller: When God looks at our heart, does he see a traffic jam or a construction zone?

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Immaculate Conception: The New Eve

Father Jeremy Miller: Eve’s disobedience became the cause of death for herself and the whole human race, so also Mary’s obedience became the cause of salvation for herself and the whole human race.

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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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Christ the King: The Call to Be Shepherds

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s all strive in this new liturgical year to make Christ King, Christ our Shepherd.

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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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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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Love people you disagree with

Father Philip Smith: We have a vocation as Christians to love. That’s our fundamental, primary mission as Christians to be people of love.

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All Saints: What it means to follow Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: All of us are called to holiness. Holiness is not something reserved for the spiritual elite.

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