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Copies of the Bible Diary and the Daily Gospel or Pandesal
The Claretian Communications Foundation, Inc. also known as the Claretian Publications Manila invites everyone to be their partners in spreading the Word of God through the distribution of the following seasonal products:

1. The Bible Diary can be a cherished partner as everyone go through the varied paths of life with the challenges, tribulations as well as surprises and joys that this present world may bring. The 2012 version of this diary is purposely created with the following features:
  • Complete Daily Bible Readings for the whole year;
  • Daily Reflections and Commentaries by Fr. Donagh O'Shea, OP;
  • Sunday Lectio Divina from the Catholic Prayers Bible;
  • Message from His Excellency Archbishop Jose S. Palma, DD, Archbishop of Cebu and incoming President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines;
  • Daily Prayers and Scriptural Rosary;
  • Liturgical and Sanctoral Catholic Calendar; and
  • Original Artworks by Fr. Antonino Eucapor, CMF.
2.  The Daily Gospel is a concise version of the Bible Diary in English which is popularly known as Daily Gospel. This is also a handy, easy to carry year-round Bible readings with reflection; and

3.  Pandesal 2012 is the Pilipino version of the Daily Gospel. This is to make the Word of God available to the Filipinos here and abroad.
For more information, visit Fr. Dennis G. Tamayo, CMF, Executive Director, Claretian Communications Foundation, Inc. at No. 8 Mayumi St., U.P. Village, Diliman, Quezon City or contact him at telephone no.: (02) 921-3984, or at telefax no.: (02) 921-6205.
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1 vicyuga   (11-August-2012 3:59 AM)
pandisal 2012