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Korean diocese promotes Bible reading

January 7, 2011

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KOREA: Suwon diocese on Jan. 2 introduced a “Bible Diary” campaign to promote Bible reading among Catholics. The campaign requires readers to write down their thoughts to pre-set questions about what they read in the Bible, such as “What is my meditation and resolution?” Sister Dominic Savio Park Hee-sun, in charge of the diocese’s Bible pastoral activity of the Evangelization and Education department, said the aim is for Catholics to finish reading the whole Bible before Suwon diocese’s golden jubilee celebration in 2013. KO12741.1635
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