This Month In Review

In case you’ve missed it, this month we’ve been focusing a lot on the Catechism Collection, a 9-volume collection designed to help anyone get the very most out of their study of Scripture, Tradition, and the entirety of the Catholic Faith. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to use it, this month you get 15% off any collection with the Catechism bundled in if you use the coupon code Catechism13¬†at checkout. That means you can select¬†Verbum Basic, Foundations, Scripture Study, Master or Capstone, (and of course the Catechism itself) for 15% off. Get Verbum today and use the coupon code Catechism13 at checkout!

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liturgy-of-the-hoursIn other news, two landmark resources went on Pre-Pub this month: the Liturgy of the Hours and the Missal. These two exciting titles will add both increased functionality in Verbum and invaluable depth into your study of the Faith. Also available on Pre-Pub this month is the Catholic Answers Collection, a compilation of some of the best material written by today’s most popular Catholic authors, including Jimmy Akin, Dave Armstrong, Rosalind Moss, and many others. Be sure and check out these and other titles in Pre-Pub for a chance to save big on upcoming books!

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  • have you thought of adding Dom Prosper Gueranger’s immense, 15 volume Liturgical Year? It is devotional rather than analytic but it is easily the most exhaustive look at the Catholic liturgical year, its reasons, its prayers and its rituals.

    now if I could just get my superior to buy the Capstone for me … (wink)

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