Category Archives: Catholic Bibles

Top 5 RCIA Gifts: What Every New Catholic Should Have

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Easter is coming soon, and as you know one of the things that makes this feast day so special is all the catechumens and candidates who’ve gone through the RCIA process (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) will be received … Continue reading


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New Years Resolutions for the Year of Faith

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In October of 2012 the Holy Father initiated a special papal Year of Faith that runs through the end of November 2013. The vision of this move, in the words of the Holy Father, “We want this Year to arouse in every believer the aspiration to profess the faith in fullness and with renewed conviction, with confidence and hope.” By announcing the Year of Faith, the Pope is trying to combat the spiritual plagues of our time that he has repeatedly warned against, secularism, poor catechesis, and religious indifference, by encouraging Catholics to learn and live their faith in public. Continue reading


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A Guide to Catholic Bible Studies for You & Your Parish

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Kids aren’t the only ones headed back to school to start learning again after the long summer break. Adults in Catholic parishes across the country are also gearing up for their Fall Catholic Bible studies. I’m personally a big fan of Bible studies. I never get tired of learning more about my faith. I love discovering all the little nuggets and gems tucked away that are the reward of those who look for them. Continue reading


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Spotlight on the New American Bible

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What Bible translation took 20 years to complete and the work of over 100 scholars to finish? The New American Bible. Continue reading


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Spotlight on the Douay-Rheims Bible

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What is one of the oldest English Catholic Bibles still in wide circulation today? The Douay-Rheims Bible Translation. Continue reading


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Spotlight on the Revised Standard Version Bible (RSV)

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What Catholic Bible translation originated as a Protestant Bible? The Revised Standard Version or RSV. If you have never heard of the Revised Standard Version, then you might know the Catholic Edition of this Bible as the Ignatius Bible (RSV is known as the Ignatius Bible because it is published by Ignatius Press). Continue reading


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Spotlight on the Navarre Bible

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According to happycatholic.org, what is “like having faithful Catholic experts and scholars sitting next to me to shed light on Holy Scripture?” The Navarre Bible! Continue reading


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Top 5 Supplement Materials to the Catholic Bible

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The Catholic Bible, despite being the inspired Word of God, has been understood, misquoted, and misused for centuries. Even some of the most educated people have poorly interpreted the most important text of human history. Continue reading


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FOCUS and Evangelization with Bible Studies

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At what age do you think Americans are the least religious? Age 22. Only 17 percent of age 22 Americans, according to data from over 30 years of the General Social Survey, attend a religious service at least once a week. Continue reading


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Lectio Divina and the Catholic Bible: A Match Made in Heaven

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Lectio divina is a practice which takes patience, a clear mind, time, and practice. Luckily, you don’t have to go about lectio divina all alone. Continue reading


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