Ignatius Catholic Bible (Compact) – RSV – Burgundy Leather
An elegant, beautifully crafted compact edition of the popular Ignatius Bible, also known as the RSV Catholic version. At a compact size of 4.5” x 6.5”, it’s easy to pack when on the move, yet features readable type for easy personal reading, at home or on the go. The many special features including burgundy leather cover with a Miraculous Medal laden zipper pull and gilded pages make this Bible a great gift.
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Duradera Burgundy Zipper
Miraculous medal on zipper pull
“Dei Verbum” document
Special prayers and devotions
Beautiful gift box
Bonded leather covers
Compact edition of very popular RSV Catholic Bible, also known as “The Ignatius Bible”.
6 point font size
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