Sermons on “Trust”

Feb07-Homily-DeaconJustin-2021

The Empty Chair

Deacon Justin Moor: Do you know this Jesus? Do you know this unconditional friend of ours who holds us in his hands when we need him most? Is this the way you related to him?

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Jan31-Homily-FrJeremy-2021

Are you a fan or a follower?

Father Jeremy Miller: “We can know a lot about God, but not know God. We can know a lot about Jesus, but not be in a deep, personal relationship with Jesus.”

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Jan10-Homily-FrZobler-2021

Living our vocations more honestly

Fr. Alan Zobler O.S.F.S.: Let’s make the world know just how much we’ve been loved and how much our God loves our world.

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Dec20-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Love Grows Best in Little Houses

Father Jeremy Miller: We’re reminded that in the imperfect, small, less-than-ideal circumstances of that stable 2,000 years ago, God did something extraordinary.

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Oct18-Homily-FrZobler-2020

Expect the unexpected

Fr. Alan Zobler O.S.F.S.: In our spiritual lives, time and again, that’s what we are asked to do as disciples.

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Sept13-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

RSVP to the party

Father Jeremy Miller: Are we going to decline the invitation that God wants for us?

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Aug16-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Taking off the mask spiritually

Father Jeremy Miller: We can’t see God face-to-face until we have faces.

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Aug9-Homily-DeaconJustin-2020

5 Ws of Walking on Water

Deacon Justin Moor: The 5 W questions of who, what, when, where and why help us better understand the important parts of any story. During the story of Peter walking on water to Jesus through the storm, these questions had to be swirling around in Peter’s head and heart.

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Aug02-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Don’t anticipate, participate

Father Jeremy Miller: “We can get so locked in to anticipating the future that we miss what God wants to do right here.”

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July26-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Finding the treasure of Christ

Father Jeremy Miller: Sometimes we need guidance to keep us on the right path for the treasure.

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