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Words Made Flesh: Biblical Reflections for Year B, Volume II

December 27, 2011
Father Thomas Rosica of Salt + Light Television is a noted scholar and teacher of the Bible. His reflections for each Sunday of the liturgical cycle have been a popular part of the Zenit news service for the last three years. Readers from all over the world have responded to his positive message of Roman Catholic Faith. Now these reflections have been collected and are available in book form. Words Made Flesh: Scripture Reflections for Liturgical Year B will be available early in 2012. The book will be a great resource for bishops, priests and deacons who prepare homilies. But more importantly it will nourish the faith of all those who come to Mass, as well as for those who are homebound. A great resource for those who bring Communion to the Sick, this book presents the meaning of the readings, often using insights from the Holy Father and from the long procession of Saints of the Catholic Church. Makes an ideal gift!
You can order your copy of “Words Made Flesh: Volume 2, Year B” from the website of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops Publications Service.

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