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Does God still speak to us through sacred Scripture? Is the Bible really relevant? Award-winning author, Veronica Mary Rolf, will discuss her new book that traces the complete arc of our life’s journey through the drama of biblical stories. She will also suggest contemplative ways in which we may enter more deeply into the narratives, discover their personal relevance, and allow the experience to transform our lives.

Veronica Mary Rolf is an independent scholar educated at Columbia University, an academic lecturer, a professional playwright, and a Master Teacher of Dramatic Arts in New York, London, Buenos Aires, and Berkeley. She is the author of An Explorer’s Guide to Julian of Norwich (IVP Academic Press, 2018) and Julian’s Gospel: Illuminating the Life & Revelations of Julian of Norwich (Orbis Books, 2013), which won a First Place Catholic Press Association Book Award, the Nautilus Gold Medal Book Award for Spirituality, and the National Indie “Excellence” Book Award for Religion. Her new book on the Drama of Sacred Scripture will be forthcoming from Cascade Books in Summer 2019. Veronica lectures on scripture and spirituality, leads contemplative retreats, and writes on her websites: www.juliansvoice.com and www.veronicamaryrolf.com.

Details

Date:
December 7
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
$20

Venue

Incarnation Monastery
1369 La Loma Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94708 United States
Phone:
510-845-0601
Website:
https://incarnationmonastery.com

Organizer

Br. Bede Healey, OSB Cam.