Sermons on “Faith”

Sept13-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

RSVP to the party

Father Jeremy Miller: Are we going to decline the invitation that God wants for us?

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Aug30-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Finding who we are

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus says if you want to have life, give it away. If you want to gain your life, give it away freely. And if you insist on keeping your life, you’re going to lose it.

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Aug23-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Managing our faith expectations

Father Jeremy Miller: Our spiritual houses, our spiritual temples, ourselves, are the place where humanity and divinity are meant to unite.

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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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Aug9-Homily-DeaconJustin-2020

5 Ws of Walking on Water

Deacon Justin Moor: The 5 W questions of who, what, when, where and why help us better understand the important parts of any story. During the story of Peter walking on water to Jesus through the storm, these questions had to be swirling around in Peter’s head and heart.

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July19-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

The Weeds and the Wheat

Father Jeremy Miller: To uproot too quickly, can sometimes cause great instability than what was trying to be repaired.

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July12-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Diagnosing the garden of our hearts

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s make the garden of our hearts, the soil of our hearts, ready and responsive and conducive to the growth of God’s grace within us.

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July05-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Sharing the Burden

Father Jeremy Miller: We all carry burdens, but the good news is that we never carry them alone.

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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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May24-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Ascension: Yo-Yo Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus ascends to the Father, but he remains incredibly active through the sacraments, through his spirit.

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