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  1. Hello Julie! Just found your site, after doing a Google search for "chronological bible Catholic edition." I love chronological bibles but wasn't able to find a Catholic edition, only Protestant. Your blog led me to CCSS's chrono bible reading plan which fits the bill even better, because I don't have to get another bible book -- I can use the Catholic bibles I have. Thank you also for your 2017 blog update and sharing the timeline template you created to fill in the missing pieces in CCSS's reading plan.

    Regarding two broken links in your blog: on your blog for Wednesday, April 13, 2016, "Reading the Bible in Chronological Order" and blog of Thursday, October 12, 2017, there are broken links to the "Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture" website on their commentaries (your 2016 blog) and bible reading plan (your 2017 blog). I got this message for both links:

    "Not found, error 404
    The page you are looking for no longer exists. Perhaps you can return back to the homepage and see if you can find what you are looking for. Or, you can try finding it by using the search form below."

    Like you, I absolutely LOVE CCSS' commentaries so I knew to look for the "Home" button on the CCSS site at least. For other readers not knowing about CCSS, getting this error message might cause them to miss out on the introduction to CCSS' fabulously great info.

    Thanks again for your wonderful blogs. I've subscribed to your "Follow by Email." Looking forward to some more good reads. My very best to you! RachaelM

    1. Hi Rachel! So happy to hear that the blog is helpful! :-)

      Thank you so much for the heads up on the broken links. It looks as if CSS has finally finished publishing their books and took down their blog posts, which was where those links went. I updated the posts so everything should be ship shape now!