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An easy way to answer Pope Francis' call to carry the Gospels with us and read it every day. Also includes the Psalms to aid in daily prayer and meditation. Just 3.5" x 5" it will fit easily into pocket or purse, and the flexible cover is especially durable.
George Martin brings Matthew's Gospel into sharp focus in a verse-by-verse commentary, giving readers the context of the first-century meaning, and what it means to us today. Reflection questions help us to apply the biblical texts to our own lives.
Learn how the power of scripture can renew our lives, AND make us witnesses. Inspired and influenced by Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis.
Fr. Pacwa enlightens, clarifies, and challenges Catholics to a renewed devotion to the Blessed Mother, through whom we are drawn nearer to Christ. Ideal for parish study groups.
Combines the complete Catholic Bible with the teachings, wisdom, and instruction of well known preacher, teacher, and author Fr. Larry Richards.
Gifted Catholic writer George Martin brings Mark's words to life, focusing on its meaning in the time of its writing, as well as how this Gospel is meaningful for our lives today.
Designed to help women deepen their spirituality and prayer lives by combining the trusted NABRE version with 84 full page inserts of inspirational meditations that highlight women without whom God's plan for humanity would not have unfolded as it has.
Do we really understand the source and summit of our Faith? In this Bible study you will see the essential connection between the Eucharist and the Scriptures, and through reflection and discussion you'll learn to apply the principles in your own life.
Organizes important Biblical people, places, and events into lists to help us better understand God's Word, and inspire ideas for further reading and study.
This study shows the way that various characters in the Bible prayed and what they can teach you about prayer. It also delves into various types of prayer and what you can learn from them.
Martin employs commonsense vocabulary and concepts as he focuses on what Luke's words meant when he wrote them, with an eye toward their meaning for our times.
The Bible testifies to the crucial role that the Sacraments play in God's relationship with humankind. Yet sometimes we take them for granted and miss the true power and significance each Sacrament represents.
Provides information on the divine inspiration of Scripture, the people who wrote it, the Bible as an anthropology of sacred writings, and its record of experiences and reflection of God's people. It also highlights Scripture in our liturgy as well as the use of Scripture in prayer.