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St. John’s Bible:

The Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery, in collaboration with The Lake Superior Conference of the ELCA, is hosting a three-day event focusing on the St. John’s Bible, an illuminated Bible made entirely by hand using traditional materials, calligraphy, and illuminations.  This event, which explores the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, is titled A Journey of Renewal with The Saint John’s Bible: From Conflict to Communion 

A Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible will be on display throughout the event, and items for purchase will be available

All events are free and open to all.
No registration is necessary. 

Tuesday September 19
9 – 11:40 am in Rockhurst Meeting Room

The Saint John’s Bible and Ecumenical Consensus 

7 – 8:00 pm in Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel

Presentation: Ecumenical Consensus in Scripture 

8 – 8:30 pm

Prayer:  Common Prayer worship service 

Wednesday September 20

2:30 – 4 pm in Rockhurst Meeting Room

Bible Prayer Focus

7:15 – 8:45 pm in Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel

Abrahamic Traditions 
Presentations, Inter-Religious Dialogue, Closing Prayer

Thursday September 21 

2:30 – 4 pm in Rockhurst Meeting Room

Creation Care 

7 – 8:30 pm in Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel

Community Worship for the entire Duluth Community

Free and open to all. No registration necessary. Contact St. Scholastica Monastery at 218.723.6555

The Saint John’s Bible display and items for purchase available throughout the event.

Hosted by St. Scholastica Monastery and Lake Superior Conference, ELCA

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