Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

May10-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

No Place like Home

Father Jeremy Miller: I feel like most of us during this quarantine, we have a love-hate relationship with our homes.

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May3-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

The shepherd, the gate and the sheep

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus is the point of access, he’s the one that grants access and he’s the one that needs access with us.

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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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April19-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Faith and delusion

Father Jeremy Miller: The reason we call Thomas doubting is because he doesn’t trust and believe the testimony of other credible witnesses.

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Easter-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

A different kind of Easter

Father Jeremy Miller: There is no social distancing with God.

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GoodFriday-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

The temptation to bypass Good Friday

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s rest on this day, let’s not sprint to Easter Sunday. Maybe that’s a little easier this year because of what we’re all going through.

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HolyThursday-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Holy Thursday: The effects of the Eucharist

Father Jeremy Miller: This is an opportunity to draw our attention to what the Eucharist is meant to do within us.

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PalmSunday-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Palm Sunday: God will not leave us

Father Jeremy Miller: We can still experience the spirit of Christ, even though we can’t have access right now to his bodily sacramental presence.

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FrJeremy-Homily-March29-2020

The Last Miracle of Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus confronts death face-to-face so as to be able to endure it himself.

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FrJeremy-Homily-March22-2020

Finding wisdom from the readings

Father Jeremy Miller: Finding wisdom from scripture that speaks to our current pandemic.

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