Sermons on “Generosity”

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Good Friday: Mourning into Dancing

Father Jeremy Miller: God is an expert at converting the cause of our downfall into the means of our elevation.

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Standing out

Father Philip Smith: We’re called to be ourselves as God made us and to let our light shine in the world.

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Lenten Series: Almsgiving

Father Jeremy Miller: Every aspect of almsgiving, acting in mercy, has to grapple with our selfishness.

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Bringing people into the fold

Father Jeremy Miller: Our call as Christian people is to always bring people that are on the outside into the fold. The leper was really ostracized.

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Talk can be cheap

Father Jeremy Miller: Words can make us feel more virtuous than we actually are. Humility and integrity are the remedies.

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Living our spiritual truth

Father Jeremy Miller: Let God decide how he bestows his blessings and his generosity and his grace. Let’s live from that spiritual truth.

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Bad stuff grows quicker than good stuff

Father Jeremy Miller: Evil multiplies faster than goodness. Vice grows quicker than virtue. Selfishness develops quicker than generous love. But there is a remedy: the grace of Jesus.

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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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Salt and Light

Fr. Alan Zobler: What kind of ways are we going to share and be responsible stewards, and truly embrace the call to be salt and to be light for our world?

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The Greatest Poverty

Father Jeremy Miller: The opposite of poverty is not wealth. It’s community. The opposite of poverty is not affluence. It’s relationships.

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