Paulist Press will be publishing The Catholic Prayer Bible: Lectio Divina Edition in April. Coming in both hardcover and paperback editions, this is "an ideal Bible for anyone who desires to reflect on the individual stories and chapters of just one, or even all, of the biblical books, while being led to prayer though meditation on that biblical passage." The translation used is the NRSV-Catholic Edition. Paulist Press is currently taking pre-orders, if you are interested. Shipping date is said to be on April 26th.
One thing that excites me about this edition is that it uses the fairly rare, at least in Catholic Bible circles, single-column page format. I think I can count the number of single-column Catholic Bibles on one hand, most notably the NJB and Little Rock's The Four Gospels.
Of course, I am interested to see how useful this Bible will actually be in promoting Lectio Divina. I also wonder what else is included in this Bible? Concordance? Maps? Perhaps if this becomes popular they will consider publishing it in italian duo-tone or premium ultrasoft editions. More info on this once its released or whenever I get some additional information.