Sometimes converts have a hard time getting back to God's Word.  How do we read and study God's Word as a woman of the Catholic faith?  Great wisdom for busy moms!

Now that I'm Catholic...how do I read the Bible

How does an everyday Catholic read the scriptures under the authority of the Church that Christ established. Let's read the Bible!

Great books, tools, and online resources for reading your Catholic Bible well even as a busy lay person!

Bible Study Resources for the Everyday {Catholic} Mom

Great books, tools, and online resources for reading your Catholic Bible well even as a busy lay person!

Which is the the right Catholic Bible for you?  In this post--with pictures--I compare 8 Catholic Bibles.

Which Catholic Bible Should I Use

Which is the the right Catholic Bible for you? In this post--with pictures--I compare 8 Catholic Bibles.

Take up the Catholic Bible in a Year Challenge with a free printable! Great for getting into scripture even as a busy mom with a great reading plan!

Bible in 360 Challenge: The Catholic Bible in a Year

Take up the Catholic Bible in a Year Challenge with a free printable! Great for getting into scripture even as a busy mom with a great reading plan!

Finally- an option for Catholic to Bible Journal! The Catholic Study Bible has plenty of room for journaling, and is the first affordable option for Catholics. Check out how to do it here.

Finally- an option for Catholic to Bible Journal! The Catholic Study Bible has plenty of room for journaling, and is the first affordable option for Catholics.

September 29  is the Feast of the Archangels.  Although there are seven archangels (Tobit 12:15, Rev. 8:2), only three are mentioned by name in the Catholic Bible: St. Michael, St. Gabriel, and St. Raphael.  Only one, St. Michael, is specifically called an archangel.  According to Catholic tradition, the archangels are an order of angels within a hierarchy of angelic hosts.  There are nine orders, or choirs, of angels {read more}.

The Feast of the Holy Archangels: Their Identity & Mission

angelichealingbydanica: “ September 29 is the Feast of the Archangels. Although there are seven archangels (Tobit Rev. only three are mentioned by name in the Catholic Bible: St.

Great books, tools, and online resources for reading your Catholic Bible well even as a busy lay person!

Bible Study Resources for the Everyday {Catholic} Mom

Great books, tools, and online resources for reading your Catholic Bible well even as a busy lay person!

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