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2nd volume of Pope's work on Jesus to be released March 11

Catholic World News - February 14, 2011

The Vatican publishing house, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, is printing 300,000 copies of a new book by Pope Benedict XVI, reports Andrea Tornielli of Il Giornale.

The second volume of the Pope's work on Jesus will be released on March 11. The first volume, released in 2007, covered the birth and childhood of Jesus; the new work focuses on the Passion and Resurrection. Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week: From the Entrance Into Jerusalem To The Resurrection will be simultaneously published in several languages, with the English edition available from Ignatius Press.

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