Handwritten Bible Project Gets a Go from Roman Catholic Counterparts
A mock-up of the Handwritten Unity Bible
The project was promoted by Bp. Rene Mayugba last July 11, 2010 at the 101st Catholic Bishops’ Conference held at Pope Pius (number?) Center, UN Avenue, Manila. The Handwritten Unity Bible was also one of the partnership topics that was discussed in Radyo Veritas’ program Tinig ng Pastol last Sunday, July 11. The program is hosted by Msgr, Pepe Quitoryo who interviewed guests Hazel Alviz (PBS) and Fr. Oscar Alunday (ECBA) who work hand-in-hand for the success of the May They Be One Bible Campaign. Both times, the project was received with excitement and enthusiasm, looking to towards the vision of bringing the Bible to more and more Filipinos throughout coming years. It is the prayer of PBS that both the MTBO Bible Campaign and the Handwritten Unity Bible Project will indeed be a success to bring more people into the knowledge of God’s Word and in turn into a living relationship with the God whose Word endures through the ages.