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Verbum helps you study the Faith—Save 15% this month!

by Ian on November 9, 2012

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Verbum is a new Catholic product of Logos Bible Software that lets you explore the Tradition of the Catholic Church like never before. Pope Benedict XVI has asked the faithful to study the Catechism and the documents of Vatican II during the Year of Faith. Verbum gives you access to not only these key documents, but to the documents they cite right in the software. Watch the video below to see how Verbum can help you study the Faith.

So who uses Verbum? More Catholic scholars than you can shake a stick at:

  • Jeff Cavins - Author of the Great Adventure Bible study program
  • Mike Aquilina - Author and EWTN co-host
  • Scott Hahn - Author and EWTN co-host
  • Jimmy Akin - Apologist and cowboy-hat-wearer
  • Steve Ray - Host of The Footprints of God
  • Patrick Madrid - Catholic apologist and author
  • And many more!

There are several Verbum packages— each one a library of resources—so you can pick the one that fits you best. Visit Logos.com/catholic to view our larger packages, or start with the smaller Catechism package, which contains a handful of essential Catholic resources. Save 15% today when you use coupon code Verbum&more at checkout. Learn more >>

For only $49.95 $42.46 you get all of the following:

  • The world-famous Logos Bible study software that works on your pc, mac and smartphone.
  • The Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • The Sources of Catholic Dogma
  • The Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent
  • The Catechism of the Council of Trent
  • The documents of Vatican II
  • The Revised Standard Bible
  • The Douay Rheims Bible
  • The Catholic Lectionary (Ordinary Form)

 

Logos is the BEST electronic resource for any student or teacher of religion and I HIGHLY recommend it to all my Catholic colleagues, clergy and laity alike. This is a goldmine for priests and deacons who need to research for preaching and preparing classes in RCIA. Wish we had this in the seminary but back then all I had was a Radio Shack TRS-80 then a Commodore 64 (I know, I belong in a museum) It is like having a seminary library at your disposal 24/7. Use your ongoing formation allowance most dioceses budget and get the Catholic collection. The Bibles and Commentaries alone are worth it not to mention the docs of V2 and the Catechism

 

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