We are incredibly excited to announce that one of the most amazing new Catholic products we have seen in a very long time will soon be available.
This November a dramatized New Testament, the Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible, will be available on CD format and this is NOT just another audio Bible.
This new audio Bible (New Testament) is endorsed with an Imprimatur from the Vatican and includes a foreword by Pope Benedict XVI. It is voiced by internationally renowned actors including: Neal McDonough, Kristen Bell, Sean Astin, Michael York, Blair Underwood, Malcolm McDowell, Stacy Keach, Brian Cox, Julia Ormond, John Rhys-Davies, and many more.
The Truth & Life audio New Testament is a first-of-its-kind dramatized audio Bible from the RSV-Catholic Edition translation – the faithfully Catholic translation used in most Catholic Bible study programs.
The complete audio New Testament is twenty-two hours of extraordinary listening time on eighteen CDs and will be available in early November 2010.
From Chicago to Hollywood to New York and beyond . . . over seventy actors, twenty audio engineers in ten studios over three continents contributed to the creation of this unique dramatized audio Bible™ New Testament.
More than 100 media development experts and 10,000 production hours were needed to complete this ambitious project. This is a monumental effort and the end result, we are sure, will touch many lives.
Catholic families can enjoy listening to this New Testament at home. It will ignite and inspire your faith! The Gospel will be brought to life, right before you. Listen to the words of Our Lord and His Holy Apostles. Experience the Bible like never before.
St. Jerome tells us that “Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ” and yet most of us have a hard time finding extra time to read. What can we do? This amazing dramatized and unabridged New Testament is just the answer to that vexing question.
This dramatized New Testament is an ideal gift for everyone on your Christmas list and is perfect for anyone with a long commute, a person with vision impairments, and anyone who simply wants to hear God’s Word.
“Learn the heart of God from the Word of God” – Pope St. Gregory the Great