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Bible in a Year - Leather-bound

Augustine Institute

One Year. 20 Minutes a Day. Encounter the Power and Wonder of God’s Word.

It’s a mountaintop experience if you can open up the Word of God. It’s majestic, it’s beautiful, it’s breathtaking. It gets us out of our day-to-day and into God.

The simple format of this premium, flexible, leather-bound version of Bible in a Year will keep you engaged as you make your way through all 73 books of the Bible.

Commentaries are written by renowned Catholic biblical scholars and theologians, including Dr. Tim Gray, Dr. Mark Giszczak, Dr. John Sehorn, Dr. Scott Powell, Dr. Michael Morris, Dr. Elizabeth Klein, and Deborah Holiday.

• Each day features three readings, one each from the Old Testament, Wisdom Literature, and the New Testament

• Insightful daily reflections are written by leading theologians to facilitate deeper meditation and encounter with God through his Word

Revised Standard Version of the Bible – Second Catholic Edition

Bible in a Year is the entire Bible (including the deuterocanonical books), divided into 365 days, with a reflection of approximately 200 words for each day.


This beautiful, flexible, leather-bound book is a perfect gift for any occasion!

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Product Details

– Dimensions: 6.25” x 9.25” and is 1.125” thick
– 1392 pages
– Font: Minion Pro and is 10 pt


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Bible in a Year - Paperback

Bible in a Year - Paperback

One Year. 20 Minutes a Day. Encounter the Power and Wonder of God’s Word.

It’s a mountaintop experience if you can open up the Word of God. It’s majestic, it’s beautiful, it’s breathtaking. It gets us out of our day-to-day and into God.

The simple format of this paperback version of Bible in a Year will keep you engaged as you make your way through all 73 books of the Bible.

Commentaries are written by renowned Catholic biblical scholars and theologians, including Dr. Tim Gray, Dr. Mark Giszczak, Dr. John Sehorn, Dr. Scott Powell, Dr. Michael Morris, Dr. Elizabeth Klein, and Deborah Holiday. 

• Each day features three readings, one each from the Old Testament, Wisdom Literature, and the New Testament 
• Insightful daily reflections are written by leading theologians to facilitate deeper meditation and encounter with God through his Word 
• Revised Standard Version of the Bible – Second Catholic Edition
Bible in a Year is the entire Bible (including the deuterocanonical books), divided into 365 days, with a reflection of approximately 200 words for each day.

Preview a sample now

Product Details


– Dimensions: 6” x 9” and is 1” thick
– 1392 pages
– Font: Minion Pro
– Font Size: 10 pt

 

"I've been waiting for a resource like this. I look forward to praying with this daily and seeing how the Lord speaks through it. Thank you!" Ross - Sacramento, CA

Render Unto Caesar

Render Unto Caesar

Group study questions are available for Render Unto Caesar. Click here to download.

Few topics in recent years have ignited as much public debate as the balance between religion and politics. Does religious thought have any place in political discourse? Do religious believers have the right to turn their values into political action? What does it truly mean to have a separation of church and state? The very heart of these important questions is here addressed by one of the leading voices on the topic, Charles J. Chaput, Archbishop of Philadelphia.

 

New Testament - Paperback

New Testament - Paperback

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This Revised Standard Version Second Catholic Edition Bible brings together all of the books of the New Testament and the penetrating study tools developed by renowned Bible teachers Dr. Scott Hahn and Curtis Mitch, presenting the written Word of God in a highly readable, accurate translation.

With illuminating study notes, topical essays and thorough indices making, this New Testament Bible is excellent for personal and group study. The RSV-2CE is the only Bible translation that uses standard English and is in conformity with the Church's translation guidelines found in the Vatican document, Liturgiam Authenticam.

This beautiful Bible retails for $16.95. Get it now for only $5 per copy. 

Want to share the Word of God with family and friends? Order 25 or more and get it for only $3.45 per Bible.

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PRODUCT DETAILS:

-- Features selected study notes from Scripture experts Dr. Scott Hahn and Curtis Mitch from the Ignatius Study Bible on the Biblical evidence for the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist.

-- Includes in-depth essays on topics such as Faith and Works, Jesus and the Old Testament, The Virgin Mary, Peter, and the Last Supper.

-- Offers a detailed index of doctrines, parables, miracles, and more

-- Please note that this New Testament Study Bible does not have all of the study content available in the full Ignatius Press version. To dive even deeper into a particular Gospel with a robust study version featuring more commentary, notes, and study questions, check out our Study Gospels.

-- 5.25" x 8" Paperback book with 343 pages

 

Crossing the Tiber

Crossing the Tiber

This book is an exhilarating conversion story of a devout Baptist who relates how he overcame his hostility to the Catholic Church by serious Bible study and vast research into the writings of the early Church Fathers. In addition to a moving account of their conversion that caused Ray and his wife to “cross the Tiber” to Rome, he offers an in-depth treatment of Baptism and the Eucharist in Scripture and the ancient Church.

 

I sent the book to my brother who was away from the church (married outside the church) for many years. He came back to the church, I witnessed their marriage at Sunday Mass, and he is now a catechist and his wife is a Eucharistic minister and Lector. Deacon Joe Joe - Cumming, GA

Waiting for Christ

Waiting for Christ

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Blessed John Henry Newman was one of the most beloved and well-known preachers of his time. Originally an Anglican priest, Newman converted to Catholicism and became a Catholic priest and cardinal. Known for his beautiful prose and exultant preaching, Newman has long been a source of inspiration for those in the Church. In this new and compact compilation of his sermons, you’re invited to journey with Bl. John Henry Newman through Advent into Christmas and Epiphany, meditating on the coming of Christ and the Christian life. Newman’s masterful knowledge of the lives of the saints, Catholic doctrine, and, above all, Sacred Scripture, will help you immerse yourself in these liturgical seasons of waiting, wondering, and joy.


These beautiful meditations guide you through reflections on:
• Preparing for the Lord’s coming at Christmas and the end of time
• Our dependence upon the Lord’s goodness
• What happens when we do not seek truth
• Mary’s role in salvation history
• God’s call for each and every one of us to holiness
• Glorifying God in the world
• True joy
• Martyrdom, affliction, and consolation
• Love as the one thing needful


Waiting for Christ provides an opportunity to spend a few minutes with Bl. John Henry Newman and Christ every day of the Advent and Christmas seasons, preparing for the coming of the Lord.


Praise for Waiting for Christ

“Daily meditation and prayer, much as one spends time with a friend, is an essential practice for any person who desires to have Jesus as an intimate companion. This wonderful selection of Newman’s meditations enables us to draw close to Christ as we await his Nativity each year, that he may recognize us when he returns in glory.”

– Sebastian White, OP, Editor-in-Chief, Magnificat (USA)

“Newman was a prolific and accomplished writer in many and varied genres, but I have always believed that his voice can best be heard through his sermons. Christopher Blum has captured that sweet voice by giving us a rich selection of Newman’s very best sermons for Advent and Christmas to accompany us through these graced seasons.”

– The Most Reverend James D. Conley, STL, Bishop of Lincoln

“These passages are superbly selected, showing that Newman’s is not simply a voice from the past, but one that speaks to the needs of faith in our day. And the peculiar quality of Newman’s voice is how easily he slips into the background to leave us thinking only of Christ, so that the heart of Christ speaks to our hearts through Newman’s words. This book invites us to spend a few minutes each day with a man of eloquence and holiness—and to be left, not with an impression of Newman, but with a longing for Christ that makes us more ready to welcome him, both in the great feast of Christmas and in the ordinary details of each day.”

– Edward Hogan, Ph.D., Academic Dean, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary


About the Author

Blessed John Henry Newman was born in England in 1801. He spent his early adult life as an Anglican priest and academic. Involved in what was known as the Oxford Movement, a movement within Anglicanism that supported the return to some Catholic beliefs and liturgical reform, he later left the Church of England. He converted to Catholicism, was ordained a Catholic priest, and years later was made a cardinal. Newman was widely known as a powerful preacher before and after his conversion to Catholicism, and was an extremely prolific author, writing sermons, essays, poetry, hymns, and an autobiography. He died in 1890 and was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010.


Product Details

• Pages: 160
• Format: Paperback
• Size: 5.25" x 8"
• Release Date: October 2018

 

Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained - PART 2 - Participant Guide

Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained - PART 2 - Participant Guide

This guide for Part 2 of Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained is the key for helping participants apply what they learn about their faith to their daily lives.

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Full-color sacred art draws people into the beauty of the Catholic Faith. Quotes from Scripture, the saints and recent popes deepen their understanding of the Church’s teachings. Engaging discussion topics and reflections inspire participants to give their lives more to Christ and provide practical life application. 

 

Who Am I to Judge? - Study Guide

Who Am I to Judge? - Study Guide

How do we talk about morality in a world that no longer believes in truth? This 8-part study program gives us an important key to respond effectively to relativism—a Catholic moral worldview. Learn how Catholic morality is all about love, how making a judgment is not judging a person’s soul, and how, in the words of Pope Francis, “relativism wounds people” and is “the spiritual poverty of our times.”


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True Reformers - DVD Set

True Reformers - DVD Set

This six-episode series explores the lives of Saints Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas More, Francis de Sales, Philip Neri, Charles Borromeo, and Teresa of Avila. As True Reformers introduces you to these great saints, you’ll want to stay friends with them for life, even unto eternity, as you discover how they spearheaded the Church’s rebirth after the turbulence and confusion caused by the Protestant Reformation.

Join Dr. Christopher Blum in the first comprehensive study program to present a specifically Catholic worldview that addresses the Protestant Reformation, 500 years later. True Reformers is ideal for adult faith formation, men’s and women’s groups, catechist formation, and young adult ministries and features six episodes on three DVDs.

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Episode Listing:

Episode 1: Saint Thomas More and the Age of the Author
Episode 2: Saint Ignatius of Loyola: Soldier for Christ
Episode 3: Saint Philip Neri, the Apostle of Joy
Episode 4: Saint Charles Borromeo, the Good Shepherd
Episode 5: Saint Teresa of Àvila, a Study in Perseverance
Episode 6: Saint Francis de Sales: Pastor of Souls

Have more questions about True Reformers? Check out the FAQ, call us at 866-767-3155, or email customer service.

 

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Customer Comments


"I've been waiting for a resource like this. I look forward to praying with this daily and seeing how the Lord speaks through it. Thank you!" Ross - Sacramento, CA
"Chock full of rich commentary from some of today's most brilliant Scripture scholars . . . This not only enhanced my knowledge of the Word of God but also deepened my prayer life!" Bryan - Sycamore, IL
This is a great way to read the bible and stay on track. J. Paul - Ville. Platte, LA
I love the way the Old Testament and New Testament readings are connected and make the Bible make sense. The psalms are coordinated with the readings and the reflection always make you think. Awesome! Cheryl - Vernon, NJ
This helps me understand the Bible and puts it into small enough chunks to digest day by day...I am 1/3 through my first year and really loving my daily encounter with God in the Old Testament, Psalms, and New Testament. Shel - Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Reading the Bible is a necessity for life not only for wisdom but to understand the love God has for us. Read the Bible daily, not as a necessity but as loving support in our journey with God. Darren - Albuquerque, NM
I "gifted" myself the Bible in a Year for Christmas and have rarely missed a day reading the Bible since. I love the daily reflections which bring the readings together. Susan - Doylestown, PA