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"Let all things be common to all." Rule of Benedict  33

A Faculty Farewell

It is with the deepest gratitude for her service that we announce the departure of Kathy Lilla Cox from her role of Associate Professor of Moral Theology at Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary.

Regent Couple Reflects on 18 Years of Service

"You couldn't imagine Saint John's without a football team. I can't imagine the Abbey without a graduate program," says Dan Fazendin, chair of the SOT/Sem Board of Regents.  Throughout the past 18 years, Dan and Lynn Fazendin have supported the graduate school and seminary in countless ways.

Alum Council
Announcing: The SOT/Sem Alumni Council!

Bailey Ziegler, M.Div. '15, and Rebecca Calderone, M.Div. '14 are the first Chair and Co-Chairs of an SOT/Sem Alumni Council-- a new model to connect alumni. Get involved!

A Student In the Lord's Service

"While walking through the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, Gujarat India, my eyes were drawn to an enlarged and untidy handwritten scrawl on a marble slab. 'My life is my message'..."  Maria Siebels, M.Div. '19 discusses her inspiration for studying Theology at the SOT/Sem.

Book Recommendation

A Not-So-Unexciting Life: Essays on Benedictine History and Spirituality in Honor of Michael Casey, OCSO is now available at CSB/SJU Bookstores. This new Cistercian Publications book is edited by  Carmel Posa, SGS, M.A. '96. The book features essays by 18 monks, nuns and lay scholars including  Columba Stewart, OSB, recognizing Michael Casey's contribution to Benedictine and Cistercian life for the past 40 years.

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