WATCH NOW: The Bible - This inspiring epic will touch your heart
Epic miniseries premiers on the History Channel, on March 3.
A dramatic miniseries is set to premier on the History Channel. The Bible covers the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelations. The epic-quality production is enjoying broad acclaim from leaders of the worldwide Christian community. Viewers will be treated to a dramatic and inspiring story that will kindle the hearts of all who watch.
To get a taste of what is to come, view the extended trailer above.
"Lady, I believe your son is the promised king of his people. What is his name?" one of the Wise Men asks of Mary.
"Jesus. His name is Jesus," she whispers. Those few seconds are more than enough to evoke tears, demonstrating the film's power to reach anyone with a beating heart.
See for yourself, and enjoy the clip. Also, return to Catholic Online for additional coverage of this upcoming miniseries. The Bible will premier on the History Channel on March 3.
© 2013, Distributed by NEWS CONSORTIUM.
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for December 2013
General Intention: Victimized Children. That children who are victims of abandonment or violence may find the love and protection they need.
Missionary Intention: Prepare the Savior's Coming. That Christians, enlightened by the Word incarnate, may prepare humanity for the Savior's coming.
Rate This Article
Leave a Comment
More Movies News
- 'Fast & Furious' star Paul Walker killed in 'possible street race'
- 'Catching Fire' sets November opening box-office record
- 'Catching Fire' is expected to do just that, at box offices worldwide
- You get to keep that DVD - forever! Blockbuster Video to shut down altogether
- Captain Phillipps, el nuevo filme de Tom Hanks, retrata heroísmo de marino católico
- 'Gravity' holds on to the top spot this movie weekend
- 'Gravity' has substantial weight with $55.8 million for first weekend
- Long lost Three Stooges short found in Australian garden shed
- Long-lost silent film starring Mary Pickford unearthed by carpenter
- Fr. Paul Schenck: Finding Living Faith on Catechetical Sunday
- The Movie Yellow: Incest as 'Normal' and Cassavates's Slides Into the World of Woes
- The Chicago School Teachers Strike Reveals the Need For School Choice
- The Sexual Barbarians and the Dissolution of Culture
- The Happy Priest Challenges Us to Ask: Who is Jesus to Me?
- Michael Coren on Canadian Public Schools: Teachers, leave those kids alone
- We Cannot Ignore Our Consciences: Cardinal Dolan On Religious Liberty
- In the Face of Danger, Successor of Peter Travels to Lebanon as a Messenger of Peace
- Reflections on the Dignity and Vocation of Women: Who or What?