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Sinners and Saints – Daily Devotion

WHEN I THINK THROUGH THE HARD WORK IT TAKES TO APOLOGIZE, TO ADMIT I’M WRONG, AND TO ASK FOR FORGIVENESS, I DON’T THINK OF JOY. MY NATURAL RESPONSE IS TO RUN AND PRETEND IT NEVER HAPPENED. INSTEAD OF JOY, ASKING FOR FORGIVENESS MAKES ME THINK OF SHAME AND SADNESS. PSALM 32 OFFERS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT… Read More »

Are You a ‘Practising’ Catholic? – Fr. Kris Schmidt

Nope. Fortunately or unfortunately you’ve got him in line for practice. So let’s start the way we always practice. Welcome to practice. They say practice makes perfect. But in basketball, arguably the greatest of all time, Michael Jordan said that you can practice for eight hours a day but if you don’t practice well then… Read More »

The Ignatius Bible – RSV Second Catholic Edition

Hi, I’m Kathleen with The Catholic Company and this is the Ignatius Holy Bible. This beautiful Bible contains the Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition. It is made of bonded leather and features gold images of the four Gospels. It also features gold gilded page edges and nine colored maps. The Ignatius Holy Bible would… Read More »

Overview: 1 Corinthians

Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians was written to a church community that Paul knew really well. Corinth was a major port city in the ancient world and had lots of temples to Greek and Roman gods. It was a big economic center and so Paul strategically came here as a missionary. He spent a… Read More »

The Great Adventure Catholic Bible Review – Why you SHOULDN’T get it!

spoiler alert this video is a little bit of clickbait but at the same time I know that not every Bible is for everybody so if you want to know why I don’t think you should get this Bible watch this video hey guys what’s up welcome to ChurchVid TV my name is Tom and… Read More »

Catholic Bible vs. Protestant Bible | The Bible

Hi, I’m Tim Coombs, co-pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Scotia, NY and a member of the network of biblical storytellers. To learn more about its mission, go to nbsint.org. Perhaps the most noticeable thing about the difference between Protestant and Catholic Bibles are the number of books that are included. Catholic Bibles include what… Read More »