Catholic Family Bible – RSV 2CE – Ivory Hardback
This extra-large size, glorious Bible with a cushioned, gold-stamped cover will last for generations! Now with the RSV-CE text and this superb quality you’ll have a Bible that is sure to speak for generations-clearly and elegantly.
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The Revised Standard Version-Catholic Edition (the Ignatius Bible), the text used in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, is now available for the first time as a deluxe Family Bible. This beautiful translation known for its accuracy, readability, and fidelity to tradition, is now printed in large, easy-to-read type, with over 180 full-color illustrations, and many special features including a 16 page Family record on laminated paper; Old Master illustrations of Old Testament heroes and prophets; a “pilgrimage in pictures” to important Shrines and the Holy Land; Full color sections with art and meditations on the Rosary and the Stations of the Cross; 48 inspiring pages on the Life of Christ as painted by the Old Masters; Study aids-including a 256 page Biblical Dictionary and Concordance; Deluxe side-sewn binding and beautifully gold-gilded page edges, and much, much more!
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