Catholic Bible published in Thai
Catholic World News - July 04, 2014
For the first time, a Catholic Bible has been published in the Thai language.
The project, undertaken by Salesian missionaries, was begun in 1992. For decades, Catholics used a slightly modified version of a Protestant translation of the Bible in the sacred liturgy.
An estimated 300,000 of Thailand’s 66 million people are Catholic.
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