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This Month Only: Get the Vulgate and Two Interlinears for Under $5


Verbum’s Free Book of the Month for April links three important study resources: The Clementine Vulgate (free), the Lexham Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: New Testament ($1.99), and the Lexham Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: Old Testament ($2.99).

You get all three for under $5—and you’ll definitely want to get all three. Here’s why:

The Clementine Vulgate is a prerequisite resource for both reverse interlinears. Because the interlinears don’t come preloaded with the Vulgate, the free resource is needed to make them work.

Start with free

Let’s start with the free resource. Commissioned by Pope Damasus I and prepared c. AD 383–405, Jerome’s Vulgate rapidly became the standard version of the Bible in the West and remained so for centuries.

Some years later, the Clementine Vulgate became the official edition of the Latin Vulgate, corrected and standardized following the Council of Trent and promulgated in 1592 by Pope Clement VIII. It remained as the official Latin Bible text for the Roman Catholic Church until the end of the twentieth century.

Get the Clementine Vulgate today, free. [Read more…]

April Deals: $100 off Starter, 50% off Aquinas, and Free Books!

April is here and with it comes great deals on resources to help you study Scripture and Tradition. Here’s this month’s roundup of savings you won’t want to miss.

Reflect on the resurrection with Easter deals

We’ve pulled together dozens of resources to guide your reflection throughout Eastertide. Contemplate the significance of the resurrection of Christ with works from  the Classics of Western Spirituality Bundle (126 vols.). The complete collection is 25% off for a limited time. And, don’t miss The Works of Thomas Aquinas (18 vols.) at more than 50% off!

Those are just two of the deals we’re featuring this Easter season. Don’t wait—they’re only available for a limited time. View all Easter deals now.

Get Verbum 7 Starter for under $200

Also for a limited time, grab Verbum 7 Starter for $100 off! That means right now you have rare opportunity to own a complete set of study tools and a library that’s perfect for deepening your understanding of Scripture.

Starter comes with the Catechism and a library of more than 110 titles, including the works by the early church fathers and Aquinas’ Summa Theologica. Plus, it includes powerful tools like Bible Word Study and the Passage Guide.

This deal expires on April 30, so don’t wait! Get $100 off Verbum 7 Starter while you still can.

April’s biggest deals

April’s monthly sale includes dozens of resources from the church fathers and other masters of Western spirituality. Don’t miss the top 5 biggest discounts from this month’s sale:

  1. 60% off The Dialogue of the Seraphic Virgin Catherine of Siena: Explore the legacy of the great Dominican mystic with this collection of her treatises.
  2. 50% off The Major Works of Anselm of Canterbury (4 vols.): Study the works that established Anselm as the father of scholastic theology.
  3. 50% off The History of St. Catherine of Siena and Her Companions: This introduction to St. Catherine includes a translation of one of her lesser known yet still powerful works.
  4. 40% off The Medieval Preaching and Spirituality Collection (34 vols.): This riveting collection of sermons features some of the richest spiritual writing of any time.
  5. 25% off Fathers of the Church: Fathers of the Post-Nicene Era (14 vols.): Essential works by Gregory the Great, Andrew of Caesarea, John of Damascus, and other post-Nicene fathers come together in this expansive collection.

New in Verbum Now

With Verbum Now, you’ll have the latest tools for studying Scripture and Tradition, but also receive exclusive perks like free preview resources and special deals only available to Now members.

This month, Now members get month-long, full access to T&T Clark Studies in Early Christianity and 40% off the Jewish Origins Collection (13 vols.).

Plus, Verbum Now members can pick a free book from a list of over 1,000 titles. If you’re a Now member, use coupon code NOWFREEBOOKAPR2018 at checkout to claim your book for free.

Not a member? Start your membership today to receive these and many other benefits.

Free Book of the Month

Throughout April, anyone can get the the Clementine Vulgate for free. Commissioned by Pope Damasus I, Jerome’s Vulgate rapidly became the standard version of the Bible in the West and remained so for centuries.

Plus, add the Lexham Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: New Testament for just $1.99, and the Lexham Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: Old Testament for just $2.99.

Get all three now.

Reflect on the mystery of Holy Saturday with this free book

Free Book of the Month.

Light in Darkness: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Catholic Doctrine of Christ’s Descent into Hell–Free

Enrich your spiritual journey during Lent by contemplating the mystery of Holy Saturday. In Light in Darkness: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Catholic Doctrine of Christ’s Descent into Hell, author Alyssa Lyra Pitstick argues for the existence and authority of a traditional Catholic doctrine of Christ’s descent into hell. Drawing on multiple yet unified resources of authoritative Catholic teaching, Pitstick challenges Hans Urs von Balthasar’s argument regarding Christ’s descent into suffering and whether it is compatible with traditional teachings about Christ. Get your copy free this March!

Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization–$1.99

Have you wondered how people who have not had the chance to hear the gospel can be saved?  Dive into this much-debated topic in Ralph Martin’s book Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization. It’s yours for $1.99 this month.

These deals are only good through March 31—get them both now!

What March Has to Offer You

Every month you’ll find multiple ways to save on Verbum resources, which means more ways to get resources in your library for deeper study.

Here are four sales and promotions running this March.

1. Monthly sale—save up to 50%

Browse deals on nearly two dozen resources, including:

Browse more sale items now.

2. Verbum Now

Verbum Now subscribers receive discounts and previews of Verbum resources every month, plus a free book. Subscribe to Verbum Now to take advantage of these deals:

3. Free Book of the Month

Get this month’s free book, and add a second for just $1.99:

  • Light in Darkness: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Catholic Doctrine of Christ’s Descent into Hell — FREE (normally $34.99)

    The first comprehensive treatment of Balthasar’s theology of Holy Saturday, this book draws on the multiple yet unified resources of authoritative Catholic teaching to challenge Balthasar’s conclusions on Christ’s descent into hell.

  • Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization — $1.99 (normally $19.99)

    The much-debated question of whether and how people who have not had the chance to hear the gospel can be saved goes back to the beginnings of Christian reflection. In Will Many Be Saved? Ralph Martin focuses primarily on the history of debate and the development of responses to this question within the Roman Catholic Church.

  • 4. Pre-Pub

    Verbum’s Pre-Publication program is how we add new books to our ever-growing catalog. You pre-order books to let us know which resources to invest in, and we give you special discounts in return. Once enough people pre-order a particular resource, we’ll start developing it for use in Verbum.

    This month’s featured Pre-Pub item is the What Are They Saying About… Series (16 vols.), which surveys recent scholarship about biblical books or themes. Respected authors and theologians such as Mark Allan Powell, Daniel J. Harrington, Donald Senior, and Warren Carter examine issues ranging from the authorship and date of biblical texts to Catholic teaching on environmental theology, the nature of the Trinity, liberation and feminist theologies, and the historical Jesus.

    Learn more or pre-order the series.

    Make the most out of Lent with this free book

    Free Book of the Month

    In Lenten Grace, members of the Daughters of St. Paul share the fruit of their “lectio divina” (a prayerful reading of Sacred Scripture). This handy volume contains their insightful reflections on the daily Gospel readings of Lent. You can get it free this February.

    You can also join the Daughters of Saint Paul in welcoming the unique grace of Ordinary Time in their book Ordinary Grace Weeks 1–17: Daily Gospel Reflections—which is an opportunity to reflect more deeply on all the aspects of the mystery of Christ, as presented in the daily Gospel readings.  It’s yours this month for only $1.99.

    These deals are only good through February 28get them both now!

    Introducing the Devout Life

    Free Book of the Month

    St. Francis began An Introduction to the Devout Life as a correspondence with a married woman looking to increase her spiritual devotion in the midst of a busy life; the result was a layman’s guide to the spiritual life. Each chapter is a short meditation designed to challenge and refocus the believer towards an authentic Christian life. At nearly 120 chapters, An Introduction to the Devout Life is the perfect companion for jump-starting a devotional routine or continuing a life-long journey of spiritual maturity. You can get it free this January.

    St. Francis also has a treatise that is intended to be used after one is acquainted with the devout life. Go deeper into the mystery of Christian devotion with his treatise Of the Love of GodIt’s yours this month for only $1.99.

    These deals are only good through January 31get them both now!

    Study Scripture with the Pope

    Free Book of the Month

    Scott Hahn is one of the most prominent Catholic authors and theologians of our time. A former Presbyterian minister, Hahn entered the Catholic Church in 1986 and has since become a bestselling author and respected professor of Scripture. “My work is about reading the Bible,” Hahn writes, “reading it with you, and reading it ‘from the heart of the Church.’”

    In Covenant and Communion, Hahn offers a probing look at Benedict’s theology, providing a clear and concise introduction to the 265th pope’s life and work. Hahn argues that the heart of Benedict’s theology is salvation history and the Bible, and he shows how Benedict accepts historical criticism—but recognizes its limits. Examining how Benedict reads the overall narrative of Scripture, Hahn shows how Benedict puts it to work in theology, liturgy, and Christian discipleship. You can get it free this December.

    Move from there to Hahn’s presentation of 1 and 2 Chronicles as a theological interpretation of Israel’s history, emphasizing the liturgical structure and content of Chronicles and providing fresh insight on salvation—past, present, and future. It’s yours this month for only $1.99.

    These deals are only good through December 31get them both now!
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    Are you saved by faith or by works?

    Free Book of the Month

    The debate on the topic of faith and works has been long-standing and is arguably the pinnacle theological topic surrounding the issues that sparked the Protestant Reformation. For topics like this, there is nothing more valuable than going back to learn from the theological powerhouses of the days of the early church. St. Augustine is nearly unmatched in his ability to properly help us navigate such deep topics. Get this book for free, and gain a new understanding into this important topic.

    From there you can then study Augustine’s treatise on the Sermon on the Mount. This work is certainly complementary to his study on faith and works, as the Sermon on the Mount shows us how the New Law that Jesus brought us was even more demanding than the Old Law, because the New Law requires us to love as God loves (Matthew 5:43-45). Get this title this month for only $1.99!

    These deals are only good through October 31get them both now!

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    Open up the treasures of salvation history

    Free Book of the Month

    If you are looking for an authentically Catholic study of the Book of Genesis, then you should be sure to not miss the chance to open up the treasures that lie waiting in this commentary. Learn about the roots of salvation history and how our faith reaches back to those ancient times.

    The story of salvation history has only begun with Genesis. Continue the exciting journey of salvation by studying Exodus from the same great commentary series. It’s yours this month for only $1.99.

    These deals are only good through September 30get them both now!

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    Learn the true history of Genesis

    Free Book of the Month

    The Book of Genesis is a constant source of contention, especially with regard to its historical accuracy. This month’s free book will equip you with the knowledge you need to navigate conversations around this disputed topic. Learn how to debunk theories claiming that the Book of Genesis is only ancient history or even a myth. Then, even more importantly, learn how Genesis is a “blueprint for the rest of salvation history.”

    Get the next book in the series for only $1.99. If you want to continue your exploration, then you will want to get Genesis Part II: God and His Family and learn how our faith family lineage traces back to Abraham.

    These deals are only good through August 31get them both now!

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