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Christian Community Bible/Two Tone Blue

There are many translations of the Bible in modern languages. However, many of them are difficult to understand because they use a language that most people cannot identify with.

Christian Community Bible: Brown Gold Ed

A very accurate translation from the Hebrew and Greek biblical texts to the real language used by ordinary people. Leather cover and gold edged pages with index.

CTS New Catholic Bible

01/01/2013, £14.95
This paperback edition of the CTS New Catholic Bible is our most affordable full-size version of the Holy Scriptures, made for everyday usage.

CTS New Catholic Bible - Travel Edition

30/10/2007, £22.95
This durable quality edition in a clasp-closable leather binding is a convenient choice for those often on the move. Contains full text and notes, and is identical in contents to the standard edition.

CTS New Catholic Bible Standard Edition

30/10/2007, £19.95
Here is a Bible tailor-made for every Catholic. It will lead you through the exact same English texts that the Church uses at each Mass, with notes and introductions edited by Vatican expert Dom Henry Wansbrough OSB.

Douay-Rheims Bible

The Douay-Rheims Version of the Holy Bible, translated between the years 1582 and 1610 and revised by Bishop Richard Challoner from 1749-1752, was for over 200 years the only Catholic English translation of Scripture commonly in use.

Good News Bible (GNB) Catholic Edition

18/09/2017, £17.99
The Good News Bible translation avoids complex terminology and is ideal for use in school and personal study.

Ignatius Bible (RSV) 2nd Edition Large Print

29/04/2016, £32.50
This large print version makes this popular and beautiful Bible translation more accessible and appealing to a wider reading audience.

Ignatius Bible (RSV), 2nd Edition (Hardcover)

01/01/2006, £25.00
A completely new design and typeset edition of the popular Ignatius Revised Standard Version-Catholic Edition Bible, with minor revisions to some of the archaic language used in the first edition.
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