Sermons on “Love”

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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June28-Homily-DeaconJustin-2020

First-Class Love

Deacon Justin Moor: With this approach of loving, we see Jesus in each member of our families. This is the moment when we stop letting the way our family members have loved us be the limiting factor in the way we love them.

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GoodFriday-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

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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HolyThursday-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Holy Thursday: The effects of the Eucharist

Father Jeremy Miller: This is an opportunity to draw our attention to what the Eucharist is meant to do within us.

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DeaconJustin-Homily-Dec29-2019

Holy Family: Being like Joseph

Deacon Justin Moor: Discerning who God wants us to be, what God wants us to do and then having the courage to do it, this is what it means to be a holy disciple. When we support those we most love in the unique divine mission God has for them, this is how we discover what it means to be a holy family.

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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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All Saints: Intercessors of the Faith

Father Jeremy Miller: God deliberately chooses to make other people partners in his plan of salvation, an enhancement of his power.

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DeaconJustin-Homily-July2018-2

Relationship Over Rules

Deacon Justin Moor: When the relationship comes first, then the rules can be understood within the proper context of helping us stay in right relationship with one another.

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FrJeremy-Aug25-2019-Homily-Arms

Welcoming with Open Arms

Father Jeremy Miller: I’ve always thought that these two glass peaks look like arms reaching out across Dorr Street to campus, embracing the students, the faculty, the staff, anyone that comes into this building, with the arms of God and the arms of this community of faith who embraces them.

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Tapestry 12: Oscar Romero

Father Jeremy Miller: Romero said we cannot do everything, and there is a sense of liberation in realizing that. This enables us to do something, and to do it very well.

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