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New Catholic Daily Online Bible Study

3/16/2001 - 12:00 AM PST

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Join popular TV hosts, Fr. Michael Manning, SVD and Marlene Cedillo, M.Ed. for an exciting new Catholic Daily Online Bible Study. Visitors can log onto 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for this new Bible in a Year program. The Bible is not so much a guide to the afterlife, as it is a guide to every day life. The Scriptures are God's gift to us, offering a sense of joy, peace and life changing power. The Bible is the Living Word of God breathed into every part of our daily existence revealing things about ourselves that are often hidden from us. Through this new Daily Online Bible Study, Catholics will explore the wisdom and support that God's Word offers us for life's challenges in the New Millennium. This is a practical guide delivered in an easy to understand, down-to-earth style that you will thoroughly enjoy. Log on today and everyday to Catholic Daily Online Bible Study and let Jesus transform your life.


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1 - 5 of 5 Comments

  1. Anita Mark
    1 year ago

    i am a devoted Catholic i started readomg the book of Mark please tell me where shoul I begin reading in the new Testament - some say Matthew orthers says the book of Gospel of John and so on i want to know i already started with the Gospel of Mark.

    May the Lord Bless you and Keep you in good health.


  2. Ann
    4 years ago

    The live link for Fr. Manning is not working.

  3. Mark Antony Trimmings
    5 years ago

    would like to join the online bible study please.

    5 years ago


  5. Paula Lynn
    6 years ago

    So glad I have the time now to
    study the Bible, I am 70 years old and retired.

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