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The final volume of the limited, full-sized fine art edition of The Saint John's Bible presented to His Holiness Pope Francis by the Papal Foundation and Saint John's University.
May 21, 2015 "Co-Workers in the Vineyard—10 Years Later: What Do We Have To Celebrate?" featuring Dr. Richard McCord
Join us on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 at the Town & Country Club to learn more about our mission, who we are and what we do, and give your support! Register today, space is limited. TABLE HOSTS NEEDED - contact Grace Ellens - email@example.com or 320-363-2551
August 1-4, Register Now!
Church, Community, Creativity: Testimony of Courage and Hope through the Prism of Latin American Women
Gallery exhibit "Church, Community, Creativity: Testimony of Courage and Hope through the Prism of Latin American Women" featuring artwork by professor Rebecca Berru Davis at the Art and Heritage Place, St. Benedict’s Monastery. The exhibition highlights the work carried out by the Benedictine Sisters in the favelas of Brazil and shantytowns of Chile from the 1960s to the present through text, photos, and artifacts. It traces the emergence of Liberation Theology and focuses primarily on the experiences of women and children.
Join us for Summer Semester 2015 at the School of Theology and Seminary as you study for a degree or certificate, or continue a program of personal enrichment.
5 days total, 3 hours each day. Perfect for a starting point of graduate level theology or for continuing education.
Join us for Fall Semester 2015 at the School of Theology and Seminary as you study for a degree or certificate, or continue a program of personal enrichment.
Our Study & Serve program is designed for volunteers who are actively in service to help navigate their experience while earning graduate level credits.
The travel to the Holy Land consists of two components, the Churches of Revelation and Saint Paul in Turkey, and the biblical and historical sites in Israel and Palestine.
Join us for graduate courses at the School of Theology and Seminary as you develop professional skills, study for a degree or certificate, or continue a program of personal enrichment.
Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary has been doing so for decades in educating strong credible witnesses to go into the world and our communities as chaplains, teachers, liturgy directors, missionaries, music directors and lay ecclesial ministers.
Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary alumni/ae may be providing you guidance and comfort as a chaplain; educating your children as a teacher; or preparing your heart for worship as a liturgist. Give Today!
Stories about School of Theology and Seminary students and alumni explaining why they studied graduate level theology at Saint John's and how they are using what they learned.
August 1-4, 2015, Register Now!
Fr. Elias Correa-Torres, OSB gives opening prayer at U.S. House of Representatives; Sister Mary Mao to be recognized. Read more.
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