“I am so glad that we partnered with Verbum to put this software into the hands of our priests and deacons. It is an excellent resource for crafting better homilies and for prayer and study as well. All Catholics can benefit from Verbum and grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus Christ.”

— Most Rev. Samuel J. Aquila, Archbishop of Denver

“As Catholics, we are called to read the Scriptures from the heart of the Church, from within the living Tradition, and to be transformed by our encounter with the Living Word. Verbum is an amazing tool toward this end. It illuminates the text of sacred Scripture with valuable sources from our Tradition, allowing us to study the Word of God in symphony with the fathers, doctors, and saints, and in harmony with the Magisterium. What is more, Verbum enables you to enter more deeply into the biblical text itself—studying the Greek or Hebrew, even for those with limited knowledge of these languages. I use Verbum myself, and I wholeheartedly recommend it to all Catholics who are looking to grow deeper in their faith and understanding.”

— Dr. Scott Hahn, founder, Professor of Theology and Scripture at Franciscan University of Steubenville

“This software is simply incredible. From researching a scripture passage for a homily, to referencing Canon Law and the Catechism when drafting policies, my work is easier, more enjoyable, and the things I am producing are more effective.”

— Fr. Randy Dollins, Moderator of the Curia, Archdiocese of Denver

“I highly recommend Verbum for everyone engaged in ministry or studying for it, whether as priests, deacons, or lay ecclesial ministers. Last year over 80 seminarians, faculty, and commuter students at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit purchased Verbum. It is a wonderful tool. Without doubt Verbum provides the best electronic format available for reading or consulting the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture. The live links to Scripture, the Catechism, other magisterial documents, various translations, and other Scripture resources make it a breeze to use, not only on a computer, but on all kinds of devices. I do a daily lectio continua of the Greek New Testament on my Kindle Fire using the Verbum app. When I encounter a word or form I don’t know or want to study, the information I seek is available at the touch of a finger.”

— Dr. Peter S. Williamson, Adam Cardinal Maida Chair of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary and Editor of Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture

“I can’t say enough good things about Verbum. There is absolutely no comparison to what they have done in Bible software technology. Just about everything that a student of Scripture could possibly want is now at their fingertips! You can have a great assortment of resources right on your iPad and take it with you wherever you go! And now students of Catholic Scripture Study International will have not only this wealth of information available to them, along with their CSS studies, but also the means to study and share new insights and information with other CSS students around the world. This is truly answered prayer!”

— Gail Buckley, Founder & president of Catholic Scripture Study International and host of the weekly national radio program The Bible Lady.

“Verbum is always thinking ahead and providing opportunities for Christians to engage Christ in His word. I highly recommend it.”

— Jeff Cavins, President of the Great Adventure Company, director of the Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute based at the St. Paul Seminary

“I use Verbum constantly, I am convinced of its value, and I enthusiastically recommend it to others.”

— Jimmy Akin, Senior Apologist at Catholic Answers

“Download Verbum and experience Catholic and Bible study like never before. There is no competition for this marvelous program.”

— Steve Ray, Popular speaker and author of St. John’s Gospel, Upon This Rock, Crossing the Tiber, and host of the popular TV series The Footprints of God.

“Verbum is not just the premier Bible software today; it’s the most powerful scriptural tool in the history of the Church.”

— Brandon Vogt, Author of the book, The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet