The Catholic Bible: New American Bible including the revised Psalms and the revised New Testament, translated from the original languages with critical use of all the ancient sources

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Oxford University Press, 1995 - 2121 pages
The Personal Study Edition was designed for beginning students of the Scriptures (such as R.C.I.A. participants) by today's top Catholic scholars. A nearly 500-page Reading Guide is linked to the biblical text by means of marginal references to specific pages in the Guide. Other features include: discussion questions, background essays on aspects of Bible study, a glossary of specialized terms, the complete Sunday and weekday lectionaries, full color New Oxford Bible Maps, and a select, 70-page NAB Concordance.

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Finished a one year commitment to finally read the entire Bible. Glad I did it, but not sure I would recommend doing it the way I did. I think reading it with guidance in a thematic way would make more sense. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Jean Marie Hiesberger is a writer, speaker, consultant, and facilitator who has worked extensively with parish leaders. She is also the co-author of The Gift of Eucharist (Silver Burdett Ginn, 1988). Most recently, she served as project manager of the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops Best Religious Education Practices task force.

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