Denver Newsroom, Oct 15, 2020 / 03:25 am (CNA).- Michael Stevens and Nicolas Fredrickson are good friends who meet weekly for Bible study.
While they liked studying the contents of the Bible, they were less than impressed with the design and materials of the physical Bibles they were using.
“The modern Catholic Bibles…were unfortunately all made of cheap materials,” Fredrickson said. “Even my ‘leather’ Bible started peeling and falling apart after a few years. Granted I used it heavily, but I certainly couldn’t pass it down to my children in good condition.”