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Barbara Sutton, editor of the Seeing the Word project, shares a reflection on the crosses in the illumination, "Fulfillment of Creation" (Romans 8:31-35,37-39) Join us every Friday this…+ More details
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Jason Engel reflects on the discipleship practice of forgiver and the Illumination "Dinner at the Pharisee's House" from Luke 7:36-50. Jason Engel graduated from Saint John's…
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Merry Christmas! Today our reflection comes from Dr. Barbara Sutton, Associate Dean for Formation and Outeach at St. John's School of Theology-Seminary on the Illumination: Birth of Christ.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kaster, Director of Youth in Theology and Ministry and faculty member of the College of St. Benedict/ Saint John's University and Saint John's University School of Theology-Seminary…
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Eric Fought is a Master of Divinity Candidate at Saint John's School of Theology-Seminary. In the first of a series of reflections connecting the themes of Catholic Social Teaching and the Illuminations…+ More details
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Many books, articles, and opinion editorial pieces have been written to answer the question "Are markets just?" But this is the wrong question to ask. Everyone with an answer to that question…+ More details
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Bailey Walter, a graduate assistant at Seeing the Word and graduate student pursuing a Master of Divinity at Saint John's School of Theology-Seminary reflects on "Life in Community"…
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This week's presenter is Sam Rahberg, director of the Benedictine Center at St. Paul's Monastery in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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This week's presenter is by Bailey Walter, graduate student at Saint John's School of Theology Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota and graduate assistant at Seeing The Word.
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In addressing the Pontifical Academy of the Sciences in 2008, Pope Benedict XVI appealed to the ancient idea that nature and revelation are like two books by which humans can strive to understand…
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Francis Cardinal George, OMI Archbishop of Chicago Cardinal George will explore the relationship of the bishop to the lay ecclesial minister (those authorized and not authorized) and the implications…+ More details