The PadreCast - Catholic Preaching and Homilies

Father Miller’s Sunday and Holy Day Homilies from
Saint Dorothy’s Catholic Church

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As Christians, our hearts, like that of Our Lady, are supposed to be one with our Lord. That's really what we strive for in our Christian life - day by day, little by little we struggle to unit our ...
June 13, 2021
There is no salvation apart from a covenant relationship with God. There is no covenant apart from the shedding of blood. And no blood is as precious as the Blood of Jesus Christ the true Lamb of Go...
June 6, 2021
Thomas Aquinas says there is one thing yet to do. You get down on your knees, you bow your head to the floor, and you humble yourself before the mystery. ... We should never presume that understandi...
May 30, 2021
But who does (Saint Paul) say specifically are our enemies? Is it our spouse? Our children? Co-workers? Bosses? Politicians? Those people that won't get out of the left hand lane on the highway when...
May 23, 2021
This practice of celebrating Mass - technically not with my back to you, we're all facing the same direction - celebrating Mass ad orietum, or "toward the East" comes from this day, from this Feast....
May 16, 2021
When you love in this way - when you are willing to be expiation for the failings, weaknesses, and faults of another - it's going to leave you empty. If you empty yourself for them, de facto, you ha...
May 9, 2021
We dwell in Him the same way He dwells in us - by making a sacrificial offering of ourselves. How do we do that? The readings tell us very clearly: by following God's commandments. That alone is the...
May 2, 2021
This passage that Jesus gives to us is not just for His sheep, that you would be reminded of His great love for you, but this is actually, more importantly for the shepherds. For the ones he was goi...
April 25, 2021
Everything Jesus does, everything He reveals is teaching them. When He appears to them He allows them to touch Him and eats in front of them. He proves to them that His body is real flesh and bone, ...
April 18, 2021
I chose this particular image to hang on our confessional because it is the original Divine Mercy image. The "Vilnius image", it was the one Saint Faustina herself had painted. Jesus would often a...
April 11, 2021
In the history of the Church, the people of God figure something out about Jesus quicker than the hierarchy does. They get there sooner. Why? Because of their great love and devotion for Jesus. They r...
April 4, 2021
We apologize there was no live stream video on Easter Sunday morning. The Mass in its entirety can here heard here.
April 4, 2021
Of all the liturgies of the Church, the Holy Triduum is of course the most sacred, the most solemn, and the most glorious. It's in these days in which we recall in a most unique way the Passion, Dea...
April 3, 2021
It is necessary that we, in our own lives, strive to provide a similar offering, a similar meal, to our Lord Himself. How do we do this? We do it as Jesus often reminded His disciples, by beari...
April 2, 2021
It was at the Last Supper that Jesus consecrated them priests and bishops. It was at the Last Supper that He gave them the power to transubstantiate the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Chr...
April 1, 2021
Father Miller finishes his series of reflections on the Seven Last Words of Christ.   Notice that the text says: He breathed His last. The word in Hebrew, "ruah", for breath is the same word for...
March 28, 2021
Even greater than the mystery of God's nature as a Trinity, is this simple fact: He became a man. At the moment of her "yes" - her "Fiat" - that is when the Holy Spirit came upon her and the power...
March 25, 2021
Father Miller will offer a reflection on the Seven Last Words of Christ throughout Lent.   What is "finished"? If it's not just His life, what is finished? ... "My food is to do the will of the ...
March 21, 2021
He was chosen by God the Father to be entrusted with the father's most precious gifts: His only begotten Son, and His Immaculate Mother. No other human being has been trusted as much. Imagine the ...
March 19, 2021
The Fathers tell us that when Jesus speaks of His "chalice" He's referring to an Old Testament prophecy that the Messiah will have to drink of the "chalice of suffering." And He will "drink it to th...
March 14, 2021

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