Also, thank you to all those who contributed guest posts and reviews during this past year. All of you have added some great insights and perspectives to this blog. In addition, a number of you have allowed me to post your Bible rebinds, which I think has tempted quire a few people to venture into that dangerous hobby!
Finally, I would love to hear from you, as 2015 comes to an end, what you most appreciated during this past year and what you most look forward to in 2016, in regards to Catholic Bibles.
To get things started, during 2015 I enjoyed looking back at Dei Verbum. I made a commitment to spend time with a number of the documents of Vatican II this past year, and it was well worth it. Also, when I look back at 2015, the One Bible, One Year (OBOY) project proved to be a tad difficult at first, but ultimately helped me to remain focused on my use of th NRSV. It was a good exercise, one which I encourage you to try!
What do I look forward to in 2016? Here are a couple of things, in no particular order:
--I think we will see a Catholic bible given the Allan's treatment in 2016
--The Message:Catholic edition will be released in some new editions
--Will the USCCB continue to publish NABRE's?
--I think there will be something we don't expect announced at some point during he year
Once again, thank you for your readership, Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!