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Words Made Flesh - Biblical Reflections for Year B

February 6, 2012
Looking for an ideal gift to give? Perhaps you're an avid reader! Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation has the perfect book for you and yours.
Many will know our CEO, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB to be a renowned, trusted scholar and teacher of the Bible. Fr. Rosica has just released a new book entitled, Words Made Flesh. This book comes following a successful and enlightening three-year term with ZENIT news service, where he published many scriptural reflections based on Sundays in the three-year liturgical cycle. The book was published in partnership with the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.
His reflections for each Sunday of the liturgical cycle were not only a popular read with ZENIT but with readers from across the globe. Many have embraced Fr. Rosica's calling and his positive message about the faith and the universal Catholic Church.
This book is a great resource for bishops, priests and deacons who may need a resource while preparing for their homilies. Words Made Flesh is definitely a book for students and teachers as well. All in all, it will nourish the faith of every person who comes to Mass and for those who are homebound.
Words Made Flesh is a phenomenal resource for everyone, particularly those who bring Communion to the Sick. More than that, this book presents the meaning of the readings, often using insights from Pope Benedict and many saints in the Catholic Church.
Many accolades continue to pour in for Fr. Rosica's newly released book. Many dignitaries, including Bishop John Corriveau and Sr. Anne Anderson have said,
"The scripture readings for the Sunday Liturgy are God's privileged Word to the contemporary Church throughout the world. In Words Made Flesh, Father Thomas Rosica situates his expert commentary on the Word of God within the lived experience of Church reflected in Papal documents and Christian spirituality."
+John Corriveau, OFMCap.
Bishop of Nelson
"Father Thomas Rosica CSB uses his Biblical expertise, knowledge and love of the land of the Bible to offer biblical reflections based on the weekly readings of the Liturgical Year. His work never fails to instruct, inspire and invite the reader into a deeper relationship with the Work of God."
Anne Anderson, csj
President & Vice-Chancellor
University of St. Michael's College
Toronto, ON
Words Made Flesh: Biblical Reflections for Year B is now on sale for $26.95. To purchase your very own copy, visit S+L's online store. Stay tuned for more details on Volumes 1 and 3 of Words Made Flesh, which are slated to be published later this year. As always, we thank you for your continued support.

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