Sermons on “Faith”

May08-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

A Cacophony or a Symphony

Quote from Desmond Tutu: “Out of the cacophony of random suffering and chaos that can mark human life, the life artist sees or creates a symphony of meaning and order.”

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May01-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Into Peter’s Spiritual Journey

Father Jeremy Miller: “Let’s see ourselves in Peter’s spiritual journey today, let’s be grateful for our spiritual birth that we’re here today for some reason.”

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April17-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Easter: Running to the Tomb

Father Jeremy Miller: “We belong here. We belong in the empty tomb. We belong at the altar of Jesus’ sacrifice, which is the continuation of his resurrected body that we receive as food.”

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March27-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

The Parable of the Lost

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s seek wherever we find ourselves and see ourselves in the parable, that we will run toward the embrace of our heavenly Father.

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March20-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

The Burning Bush

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s give God the oxygen and the wood that he needs in order to set the flame of our hearts on fire.

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March06-Homily-DeaconJustin-2022

The War

Deacon Justin Moor: Is the Gospel just something that happened to someone else in a faraway place that doesn’t seem relevant to our lives here today?

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March02-AshWednesday-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Ash Wednesday: Looking at the End

Father Jeremy Miller: “All of the major human vices: Jesus gives us the recipe that we focus on during Lent to combat.”

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Jan23-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Filling the Potholes of our Spiritual Asphalt

Father Jeremy Miller: How are we examining our foundation as a parish?

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Jan16-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Filling to the Brim

Father Jeremy Miller: It’s an invitation to fill our jars, our lives, to the brim, and then turn them over to see what miracles God can do with them.

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Jan02-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Epiphany: Keeping our Eyes Upward

Father Jeremy Miller: The Magi today give us a great image of keeping our eyes up and our spirits up in the midst of what can be difficult circumstances surrounding us.

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