After viewing, please fill out our survey: https://www1.csbsju.edu/forms/PAPW8BND20CE9E8VNUXT23A1Z2G7AR.aspx Connect with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/seeingtheword -- This Easter season, Seeing the Word at Saint John’s School of Theology·Seminary is reflecting on the faces of women illuminated in The Saint John’s Bible. These often overlooked Biblical women exhibit remarkable faith, courage, and love. Every Monday during the Easter season a short audio-visual reflection focusing on one of these inspiring female figures will be published. Each week will feature a different presenter who will reflect on the Scripture, illumination, and their own experience as a woman. This week Laura Morgan, graduate of Saint John's School of Theology·Seminary in Collegeville, MN, shares a reflection on forgiveness and judging others' sins in "Dinner at the Pharisee's House" (Luke 7:36-50) Join us on Facebook (facebook.com/seeingtheword) or at seeingtheword.org for more great reflections and resources!+ More details
Jessie Johnson serves as Coordinator of the Youth in Theology and Ministry program at Saint John's School of Theology. In a continuing series of reflections connecting the themes of Catholic Social Teaching and the Illuminations of The Saint John's Bible, Johnson reflects on "Rights and Responsibilities." She connects the tradition of the teaching with the "Creation," Illumination from Genesis. Seeing the Word is a guided Scriptural and spiritual study program, combining expressive illuminations from The Saint John's Bible with corresponding Scripture text. For more information, visit seingtheword.org.+ More details
Leisa Anslinger serves as director of Catholic Faith and Life. She reflects on the text found in Luke's Gospel highlighting the story of Mary and Martha. Leisa connects the story with the "Luke Anthology" illumination found in The Saint John's Bible, reflecting especially on the theme of work on this Labor Day. Seeing the Word is a guided Scriptural and spiritual study program, combining expressive illuminations from The Saint John's Bible with corresponding Scripture text. For more information, visit www.seingtheword.org.+ More details
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