I went to a Catholic school where everyone went to daily Mass. As the priest read the appointed Scriptures in Latin, we did our best to follow the English translation in the Saint Joseph Daily Missal.
Back then, we did not read the Bible in class or at home, since...
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William C. Graham, a priest of the diocese of Duluth in Minnesota, directs the Braegelman Program in Catholic Studies at the College of St. Scholastica. His most recent book is A Catholic Handbook: Essentials for the 21st Century (Paulist).