WATCH NOW: The Bible - This inspiring epic will touch your heart
Epic miniseries premiers on the History Channel, on March 3.
A dramatic miniseries is set to premier on the History Channel. The Bible covers the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelations. The epic-quality production is enjoying broad acclaim from leaders of the worldwide Christian community. Viewers will be treated to a dramatic and inspiring story that will kindle the hearts of all who watch.
The Bible premiers on March 3 on the History Channel.
To get a taste of what is to come, view the extended trailer above.
"Lady, I believe your son is the promised king of his people. What is his name?" one of the Wise Men asks of Mary.
"Jesus. His name is Jesus," she whispers. Those few seconds are more than enough to evoke tears, demonstrating the film's power to reach anyone with a beating heart.
See for yourself, and enjoy the clip. Also, return to Catholic Online for additional coverage of this upcoming miniseries. The Bible will premier on the History Channel on March 3.
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Pope Benedict XVI's Prayer Intentions for January 2013
General Intention: The Faith of Christians. That in this Year of Faith Christians may deepen their knowledge of the mystery of Christ and witness joyfully to the gift of faith in him.
Missionary Intention: Middle Eastern Christians. That the Christian communities of the Middle East, often discriminated against, may receive from the Holy Spirit the strength of fidelity and perseverance.
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