Richard Challoner School

Is this the most beautiful Bible you can own?

"Like a lot of people who do what I do, I have my share of Bibles. 

There’s the Good News for Modern Man — a paperback New Testament from the 1970s, with stick figure drawings — that I still treasure from grade school. There’s the New American Bible with its bright red cover that I received from my bishop when I began candidacy for the diaconate on the Feast of St. Jerome in 2003. There’s the Catholic Study Bible, which is packed with footnotes and history. And there’s a tattered edition of the King James Bible that belonged to my mother, with her name stamped in gold on the faux leather cover and the words of Jesus printed, of course, in red.

But then there’s a Bible that is really in a class all its own: The Word on Fire Bible."

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