Sermons on “Leadership”

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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Feb06-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

From Awe to Action

Father Jeremy Miller: Once we have this awe-filled moment with God, how do we translate it into action?

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Jan30-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Riding a roller coaster of emotions

Father Jeremy Miller:Jesus calls us to ideals and makes demands of us that we’re not always ready to do. Let’s allow ourselves to ride an emotional roller coaster.

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Nov28-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Advent: Worshipping with our Heads Held High

Father Jeremy Miller: “We worship one who has told us he’s there with us past, present and future.”

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Oct03-Homily-FrPhil-2021

Seeing Life as a Generative Opportunity

Father Philip Smith: We’re all called to be fruitful vines, spreading ourselves out into the world, going out and building connections, relationships – serving, loving, helping all kinds of different people.

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Sept19-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Lifting Others Up

Father Jeremy Miller: Are we more concerned with being first and celebrating our victories than we are about accompanying other people to the finish line?

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July18-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Leaders are Made

Father Jeremy Miller: “The good leader is the one who builds bridges.”

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July11-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Blueprint for Christian Discipleship

We’re all called to be disciples. Fr. Jeremy shares a blueprint for Christian Discipleship.

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July04-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Prophetic Traditions

Father Jeremy Miller: All of the heroes that we celebrate both in our national history, but also in the Christian tradition, experienced incredible rejection and resistance and often death for standing up for what they thought was right.

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May30-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Holy Trinity: The One and the Many

Father Jeremy Miller: How do you bring unity out of plurality?

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