Sermons on “Mercy”

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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Aug29-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

The Arms of Invitation

Father Jeremy Miller: We want those arms to signify that anyone at UToledo can find a spiritual home here.

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April11-Homily-DeaconJustin-2021

Divine Mercy Sunday: Mercy Football

Deacon Justin Moor: Experience the gift of this sacrament Jesus gave to us in today’s Gospel reading. His divine mercy is truly amazing.

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Feb21-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Lenten Series: Almsgiving

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

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Jan24-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Loving like God

Father Jeremy Miller: God’s love is bigger than our small grievances.

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Oct4-Homily-DeaconJustin-2020

Bad Idea Jeans

Deacon Justin Moor: Instead of rejecting Jesus from our lives, we are meant to respond by making him the foundation of our lives around which everything else is built.

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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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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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CCUP-Homily-FrJeremy-Assumption-2018

Assumption of Mary: Body and Soul

Father Jeremy Miller: We celebrate one of the great feasts in our liturgical year that holds up the fullness of Christian life, the fullness of an understanding of the Christian person that is body and soul.

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FrJeremy-HolyThursday-Homily-2019

Holy Thursday: It’s all about your feet

Father Jeremy Miller: This night is about giving God both: the feet as an expression of our self-reliance and pride, our willingness to do our own thing, and the feet as an expression of our vulnerability.

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