Teaching the Bible

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March 21 Podcast

Mario J. Paredes talks about his work as Roman Catholic liaison to the American Bible Society.
Mario J. Paredes talks about his work at the American Bible Society, where he coordinates outreach to Catholic leaders throughout the country. Paredes has helped setup Bible summits featuring noted Scripture scholars and taught pastors and pastoral ministers about the practice of lectio divina. Learn more about the outreach of the American Bible Society, and read Pope Benedict XVI's apostolic exhortation on the 2008 Synod on the Word.
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