Monthly Archives: December 2011

Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition Presentation – December 14, 2011

The Benedictine College  Library hosted Jim Triggs, Executive Director of the Saint John’s Bible Heritage edition on Wednesday December 14. Short notice notwithstanding, a number of monks, sisters, faculty and staff joined us for the presentation. Among our most honored guests was Sister Irene Nowell, OSB, a member of the Mount St. Scholastica community, who has served on the Committee for Illumination and Text for the SJB.

In the posts below, we will feature some photos from the event, courtesy of Dr. Dennis Dunleavy, Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication at Benedictine College.

 

 


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Sister Irene Nowell, OSB and Father Jude Burbach, OSB

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Guest Look On …

 

 

 

 

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Guests Viewing the Saint John’s Bible

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Jim Triggs Showing SJB Heritage Edition – Wisdom Books

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Library Hours for Christmas Break (December 14 – January 11)

 LIBRARY HOURS
CHRISTMAS BREAK
 

 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 & THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15
8:00 AM – NOON AND 1-5 PM

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16
CLOSED

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 & SUNDAY. DECEMBER 18
CLOSED

 MONDAY, DECEMBER 19
8:00 AM – NOON AND 1-5 PM

 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20
1:30 PM TO 5:00 PM

 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21 & THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 
8:00 AM – NOON AND 1-5 PM

DECEMBER 23 TO JANUARY 2
CLOSED

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3 TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 6
8:00 AM – NOON AND 1-5 PM

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7& SUNDAY, JANUARY 8
CLOSED

 MONDAY, JANUARY 9 & TUESDAY, JANUARY 10
8:00 – NOON AND 1-5 PM

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11
REGULAR HOURS BEGIN

 Click Here for PDF Version –  BC Library Hours Over Christmas Break

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Reading is Alive and Increasingly Electronic

Read this short but interesting article on the Reuter’s website

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