Read the Bible in a Year

On November 12, 2010, Pope Benedict issued his Apostolic Exhortation, Verbum Domini, in which he reiterates the thoughts of the recent Synod on the Word of God, held in Rome in 2008. The bishops attending strongly urged all the faithful to recognize ‘the encounter with Jesus, the Word of God made flesh, as an event of grace that reoccurs in the reading and hearing of Sacred Scripture.’

If we never spoke with our spouse and family members or rarely spent time in each other’s company, we would not come to love them more deeply. On the contrary, the love we have for them would cool, eventually dying altogether. The same is true in our relationship with God. The Scriptures are one place where we meet and communicate with Him.

To facilitate this encounter with Our Lord, Fr. Jim Kaptein, assisted by the Office of Adult Faith Education, prepared a table which will enable a person to read the entire Bible in relatively small chunks over the course of a year. Take advantage of this resource. Those who have used it have found it well worth the effort. The table may be downloaded and/or printed by clicking on the following link:


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