In this day-by-day booklet you will find short passages from The Message: Catholic/Ecumenical Edition, a new Bible translation that talks just like we do. The words practically jump off the page, inviting us into conversion, prayer, action, and a recognition of God’s great mercy.
Combined with Ann Naffziger’s insightful reflections and practical action steps, they make a wonderful resource for your Lenten journey this year.
A beautiful new booklet for the Stations of the Cross that shows the relevance of this beautiful devotion to modern life.
Discussion Guide Now Available
Seven Last Words compiles seven reflections that illuminate the events on Good Friday and link it to a personal application that has meaning throughout the Lenten season and the entire year.
Discussion Guide and CD are also available.
Mother's and My Way of the Cross takes a raw look at the experience of caregiving, through the split lens of one woman's journey of caring for her mother and Jesus' journey through the Stations of the Cross.
This book is meant to be a companion for the Easter Journey and beyond. It contains short stories, poems, reflections, prayers and journal options.
Available September, 2011
In Alice Camille's newest book, we are encouraged to use the Lenten Season to let the saint inside each of us "come out and get some exercise." Short hopeful essays and the "Idea of the Day" provide a springboard for prayer, action, discussion, and further reflection.
The Scripture verses quoted in this book are from ACTA Publication's "The Message: Catholic/Ecumenical Edition".
Discussion Guide Now Available
For the first time ever, two beloved audio recordings have been combined onto a 2-CD set: Seven Last Words: Lenten Reflections for Today's Believers and The Stations of the Cross.
Experience the time after Jesus’ death through the eyes of the women who walked with Him: Mary, his mother, Mary Magdalene, Susanna, and Joanna, among others. Who were these women? What were they thinking, doing, and feeling in the months after the Crucifixion?
Commentary on the Readings for Sunday and Feast Days of Cycle B on the Lectionary through 2021, including full Scripture passages from The Message: Catholic/Ecumenical Edition.
Reflecting the work of nearly 100 scholars and extensively reviewed and approved by the USCCB, the NABRE takes into account the best current scholarship as well as the new discovery of ancient manuscripts that improve our knowledge and understanding of the Biblical text.
Although synonymous with Advent, Handel's Messiah is also often heard at Eastertide, and selections containing resurrection themes are often included in Easter services.
The Message: Catholic/Ecumenical Edition
Eugene Peterson's The Message® is a fresh, compelling, insightful, challenging, faith-filled translation of the Bible into contemporary idiomatic American English and is first and foremost a reader's Bible. Eugene Peterson and William Griffin (translator of the deuterocanonical books) have made the Scriptures come alive again by translating them in a way that people can understand what God is trying to say to us today.
This Bible is meant to be read. The Message® is not meant to be a subsititue for your other bible translations. It is meant to sit next to them where you can pick it up and simply start reading. We hope it will send you back to your other translations with new insight and curiosity.
The College Study Bible
Introductions to each section of the Bible that are easy to understand and ninety short articles accompanying the text that address social concerns, life issues, and spiritual needs of students.
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