Sermons on “Luke”

April26-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Why me? Why us?

Father Jeremy Miller: The only thing we do know is that the only grace and consolation comes from accepting it, from accepting the burden of that adventure and the cross that has been given to us and to finding a path forward that can give us meaning in life.

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Presentation of the Lord: Changing Perspectives

Father Jeremy Miller: The emergence and presentation of this child should reorient us, refocus us on what’s most important in life.

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Striving for Spiritual 20/20 vision

Father Jeremy Miller: Mary’s motherhood signaled a new beginning for humanity in the birth of Jesus. We also celebrate a new year being birthed within us, a new beginning.

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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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Jesus is King

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus’ kingship is very different. Jesus’ kingship is allowing himself to be overshadowed totally for the sake of the mission that he was given by the father.

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Laborare est Orare (To work is to pray)

Father Jeremy Miller: Our labor should carry some spiritual significance. Our work has the potential to be spiritually enriching.

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Living with the End in Mind

Deacon Justin Moor: How would you most like to experience your own death and what does that say about the way you will live the rest of your days?

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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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