The Navarre Bible Reader's Edition contains the full biblical text in the Revised Standard Version with notes or commentaries provided by members of Navarre University's theology faculty.
The commentaries seek to explain the doctrinal and practical meaning of the scriptural text, drawing on a rich variety of sources-Church documents, the exegesis of Fathers and Doctors, and the works of prominent spiritual writers, including Blessed J. Escriva, who initiated the Navarre Bible project.
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"It is refreshing to come across a non-technical commentary which seeks to expound the Word of God according to the accumulated wisdom of the Church ... Most people desiring to understand better the scriptures are looking for some-thing that will deepen their reverence for the Word of God, help them apply it to their daily lives, and move them to prayer."
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An Hour With Jesus Vol. I
Catholic Pocket Evangelist
The Gospel Of Luke
Call No Man Father 07/13/2009
St. Mark the Evangelist 02/24/2009
Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture Series 12/15/2008
Emmaus Journey Bible Study Series 11/25/2008
The Ignatius Study Bible 11/13/2008
The Navarre Bible 11/04/2008
The Catholic Comparative New Testament 10/13/2008
Resources for the Year of St. Paul 10/13/2008
On Lectio Divina 10/07/2008
The Conversion of St. Paul 07/03/2008