Journey Through Scripture

As part of "The Living Word: Scripture in the Life of the Church," a joint project with the American Bible Society, the editors and other members of the America team have led a variety of guided reflections through the passages of Scripture:

A Journey through the Song of Songs

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Brian B. Pinter explores what the Song of Songs can teach about the divine fire of eros.

A Journey through Holy Week

A seven day series of reflections featuring commentary by James Martin, S.J., Kerry Weber, Kevin Clarke and other members of the America team.  

Jesus and the Bullied

In this 7-day guided reflection, Brian B. Pinter offers passages from the Bible on the theme of taunting and reconciliation and explores what the example of Jesus can offer. 

Take an Advent Journey

Reflections on the daily readings from the first Sunday of Advent through Christmas Eve. Featuring commentary by James Martin S.J., Kerry Weber, Luke Hansen, S.J., Raymond A. Schroth, S.J., and the rest of the America staff.

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