The Saint John’s Bible blog recently published an article on St. Peter’s Hospital hosting two volumes of The Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition and how those sacred texts have played a significant role in the hospital’s 150th anniversary celebrations this year.
Maureen Cavanagh, director of mission for St. Peter’s Health Partners, was interviewed about The Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition’s impact on the community since it has been at St. Peter’s. From the article:
Cavanagh relates a story of being stopped in the hospital cafeteria by a neurosurgery staff member who wanted to thank her for an interfaith program centered on sacred scriptures the health system had hosted. “He said that it was really fantastic, and we talked more about The Saint John’s Bible and how and why it came about.
“That’s the kind of thing that happens all over the place,” she adds. “People just start talking about how they liked it very much and they want to be a part of it somehow.”
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