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Catholic Scripture Study Bible to be Distributed Through Barnes & Noble Stores

11/2/2011 - 1:48 PM PST

Catholic PRWire

Charlotte, NC (November 2, 2011) -- Saint Benedict Press announced today that the official Bible for Catholic Scripture Study International (CSSI) will now be carried by Barnes & Noble stores.

The CSSI Bible, published by Saint Benedict Press, is a single volume Revised Standard Version Study Bible that integrates Sacred Scripture with extensive study materials and reference guides. This Study Bible provides new insight and a deeper understanding of the Biblical foundations of the Catholic Faith.

Catholic Scripture Study International was founded by Gail Buckley in 2003 and is known for providing individual, parish and group Bible study that is completely faithful to the Magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church.

"Thousands of Catholics have found a deeper understanding of and love for Sacred Scripture and the Biblical foundations of the Catholic Faith through the CSSI Bible Study Programs," said Robert Gallagher, Publisher, Saint Benedict Press.

"Saint Benedict Press is pleased to publish the Official Catholic Scripture Study International Bible and we are pleased that it will now be even more widely available through distribution in Barnes & Noble stores," Gallagher said.

The CSSI Bible Includes 76 full color inserts, Biblical Apologetics by Jim Burnham of San Juan Seminars, Topical Index with over 130 Topics and 1100 Biblical References. It includes Faith Facts by Catholics United for the Faith, Complete list of Biblical Abbreviations, and Biographical information on St Jerome, Patron Saints of CSSI.


Saint Benedict Press, LLC/TAN Books  NC, 28273 US
Katie  Moore - Publicist,  704.831.3468


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