Sermons on “Grace”

Sept20-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

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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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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June21-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

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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June14-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Corpus Christi: Stabilizing our spiritual core

Father Jeremy Miller: I wanted to reflect today on what this feast and the gift of the Eucharist teaches us about the core of God, his heart, and how his heart speaks to our heart on this feast.

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Expectations

Deacon Justin Moor: The expectations John the Baptist had for this long-awaited Messiah and Savior, are revealed in what John says in today’s Gospel reading when he sees Jesus coming toward him. John says, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world.”

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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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Jesus is King

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus’ kingship is very different. Jesus’ kingship is allowing himself to be overshadowed totally for the sake of the mission that he was given by the father.

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FrPhil-Homily-Oct27-2019-web

The Dangers of Perfectionism in our Spiritual Life

Father Philip Smith: Perfectionism is an obstacle to true growth and change in our life.

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Great Things have Small Beginnings

Father Jeremy Miller: We know anything worth doing often has really small beginnings and only then blossoms later after hard work and dedication. It’s true with our spiritual life, too.

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Prioritizing the One

Father Jeremy Miller: God thinks about us as a parent who hates to see one child wander, not a part of the family.

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