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Walsh University Presents Two St. Johnís Bible Programs

2/6/2014 - 6:19 AM PST

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NORTH CANTON, OH (February 6, 2014) - The Walsh University Lifelong Learning Academy is pleased to offer two special programs associated with the St. John's Bible Exhibition at the Canton Museum of Art. These programs are free and open to the public.

The Spirituality of St. Benedict: The Benedictine Rule
Rev. Michael Brunovsky, OSB - Academic Dean of Benedictine High School, Cleveland
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 - 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Barrette Business and Community Center Room C

An Evening With Timothy Ternes, Project Director of the St. John's Bible Project
Thursday, February 13 -7:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Mr. Ternes provides overall direction to the Bible Project. His explanations of the techniques of the calligraphers and illustrators of the St. John's Bible as well as his interpretations of the art are exciting and illuminating of the project.
Barrette Business and Community Center Room C

The St. John's Bible is the first hand-written, hand-illustrated biblical text commissioned in 500 years. Commissioned by St. John's University in Minnesota, the Bible's patrons Benedictine philosophy comes through its 1,100 pages (63 of which are on display at the Canton Museum of Art).

For more information call 330-244-4734 or email jspitzer@walsh.edu

Contact

Walsh University
http://  OH, 44720 US
Kelly A Campbell - Director of University Relations,  330.490.7296

Keywords

Walsh University, ST. John's Bible, Art, Scripture

Category

Sacred Scripture

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