Today’s Reflection on the Illumination Birth of Christ is by Dr. Barbara Sutton, Associate Dean for Formation and Outreach at St. John’s School of Theology-Seminary.
“Today you will know the Lord is coming, and in the morning you will see his glory.” (Liturgy of the Hours)
On this eve of Christmas, Rebecca Spanier, graduate student at St. John’s School of Theology-Seminary and graduate assistant at Seeing The Word reflects on the Illumination, Word Made Flesh from John 1:1-5, 10-14.
“Believe me, the kingdom of God is at hand; I tell you solemnly, your Savior will not delay his coming.” (Liturgy of the Hours)
This week, the third week of Advent is a week of hope.
Sam Rahberg, director of the Benedictine Center at St. Paul’s Monastery in St. Paul Minnesota reflects on the Illumination, Woman and the Dragon from Revelation 12:1-17.
This week, Bailey Walter, a graduate student at St. John’s School of Theology-Seminary and graduate assistant for Seeing The Word reflects on the Illumination, Messianic Predictions from Isaiah 7:13-14, 9:6-7.
This week’s presenter is Dr. Charles Bobertz, Professor of New Testament Theology at Saint John’s School of Theology Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota.