Sermons on “courage”

Dec25-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Christmas: Embrace the Imperfection

Father Jeremy Miller: The quality of the wrapping of the gift is not always a great indicator of how great the gift is.

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Dec20-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Love Grows Best in Little Houses

Father Jeremy Miller: We’re reminded that in the imperfect, small, less-than-ideal circumstances of that stable 2,000 years ago, God did something extraordinary.

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Dec06-Homily-DeaconJustin-2020

Playing Hide-and-Seek with God

Deacon Justin Moor: By looking for God in different faces and places God could be hiding this Advent, we will be preparing to open the greatest Christmas gift: the gift of finding the fullness of God in our lives.

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Nov22-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Jesus as Lord, as king of all creation

Father Jeremy Miller: This feast is meant to remind us that our primary allegiance is to Jesus as Lord, as king of all creation and Lord of our hearts.

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Nov01-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

All Saints: We become like Him

Father Jeremy Miller: The fundamental vocation of every single Christian person is to become holy like Jesus, to become a saint.

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Oct18-Homily-FrZobler-2020

Expect the unexpected

Fr. Alan Zobler O.S.F.S.: In our spiritual lives, time and again, that’s what we are asked to do as disciples.

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Aug16-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Taking off the mask spiritually

Father Jeremy Miller: We can’t see God face-to-face until we have faces.

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Aug02-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Don’t anticipate, participate

Father Jeremy Miller: “We can get so locked in to anticipating the future that we miss what God wants to do right here.”

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May31-Pentecost-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Pentecost: Don’t give God leftovers

Father Jeremy Miller: Pentecost is like a mirror that reflects back to us some things about ourselves and the world we live in and what we’re called to do as people of faith.

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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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