Sermons on “Truth”

Feb27-Homily-FrPhil-2022

Living a Double Life

Father Philip Smith: “We all do that in certain moments in our life, don’t we? We’re two different people in two different situations, because we want to fit in, make certain people happy, gain a certain type of advantage. We don’t also be ourselves. Jesus was challenging his disciples today to know who they were and to be that person always, to be that person consistently.”

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Feb20-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

For the Human Good

Father Jeremy Miller: “If you enjoy doing good, does that make you less good? No, it makes you human.”

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Jan16-Homily-FrJeremy-2022

Filling to the Brim

Father Jeremy Miller: It’s an invitation to fill our jars, our lives, to the brim, and then turn them over to see what miracles God can do with them.

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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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June27-Homily-DeaconJustin-2021

Good from Bad

Deacon Justin Moor: Perhaps we’ve been slow to open the gift of humility, but quick to up the gifts of a smartphone or another smart device.

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March21-Homily-FrPhil-2021

Standing out

Father Philip Smith: We’re called to be ourselves as God made us and to let our light shine in the world.

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Sept27-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Talk can be cheap

Father Jeremy Miller: Words can make us feel more virtuous than we actually are. Humility and integrity are the remedies.

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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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Sept6-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Correcting and judging others

Father Jeremy Miller: If we have to say something hard to someone, we do it in the most loving way possible and making sure that we’re first committed to our own humility and our own integrity before doing so.

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April19-Homily-FrJeremy-2020

Faith and delusion

Father Jeremy Miller: The reason we call Thomas doubting is because he doesn’t trust and believe the testimony of other credible witnesses.

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