Sermons on “Forgiveness”

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How to love

Father Jeremy Miller: Unless we have an authentic, healthy self-love, it hurts how we love others. We project onto our love of neighbor the ways that other people have wounded us in terms of loving us.

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Forgiveness

Father Jeremy Miller: Forgiveness is making a choice, choosing to let go of the bitterness, resentment, hatred and anger that we feel about someone that has hurt us.

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Not overlooking Joseph

Father Jeremy Miller: Joseph is an incredible figure who never speaks in the scriptures, yet has an incredible opportunity and responsibility that he accepts from the the Lord.

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Spiritual Maturity

Father Jeremy Miller: Our spiritual growth and maturity is measured by how much the spirit of Christ is moving through us.

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Characters of the Easter season

Father Jeremy Miller: All five of these characters have a place in the Easter story and they all belong at that empty tomb worshiping the risen Christ.

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From Me, to We, to Unity

Deacon Justin Moor: In our own lives this week, we each have ways that are uniquely our own in how we can exercise our spiritual parenthood to help one of God’s sons and daughters.

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Epiphany: The Three Gifts in 2019

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s leave 2019 in a different way than we came.

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Holy Family: Taking a step closer to Jesus

Deacon Justin Moor: This is as good of time as any to see where our spiritual lives are at. And wherever our spiritual lives are at, to resolve to take one step closer to Jesus in this new year.

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Ascension: Lift up your Hearts

Father Jeremy Miller: As a metaphor, the Ascension is a wonderful way to see our mission as Christians – that we are called to be lifted up by God and therefore to rise above the things that trouble us and to bring others up with us.

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Finding and Accepting God’s Mercy

Monsignor Michael Billian: To accept mercy requires trust, which is why it’s so hard to forgive by human powers.

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