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    President-elect Joe Biden plans to use a family heirloom Bible when he takes the oath of office on January 20th.

    The ancient Bible, said to measure five inches thick and has a Celtic cross on its cover, has been with the Biden family since 1893. President-elect Biden has used the huge Bible for all his swearing-in ceremonies since he became a US Senator in 1973 and twice as Vice President to President Barack Obama, reports Business Insider. It was also used by his late son, Beau, when Biden was sworn in as Attorney General of Delaware in 2006.

    “It’s just been a family heirloom on the Biden side of the family, and every important date is in there,” Biden said in an interview with Stephen Colbert. “For example, every time I’ve been sworn in for anything, the date has been on that and is inscribed on the Bible.”

    The nation’s second Catholic president, Biden keeps a rosary in his pocket, the one that belonged to Beau, and regularly attends Mass, especially on historic occasions such as during Election Day in November. He usually quotes Bible verses in his speeches, and it is expected that his will faith have a significa