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Douay-Rheims

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Douay-Rheims Bible — The New Testament was published at Rheims, France (1582), the Old Testament at Douay (1609) by exiled English Catholic scholars. Bishop Challoner updated it extensively mid-18th century. The Douay-Rheims served as the English bible for the Catholic world for centuries. This text set is from an approved 1914 U.S. printing.

Christian Community

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Christian Community Bible: Catholic Pastoral Edition — Uses ordinary language to help readers, "particularly those in Third World countries," understand the meaning of the biblical texts. Translations from Hebrew and Greek biblical texts coordinated by the Pastoral Bible Foundation. 48th Edition published by the Claretian Missionaries in 2010.

New Jerusalem

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New Jerusalem Bible — The New Jerusalem Bible is an update of the Jerusalem Bible (1966). The new edition is considered more literal, but marred by inclusive language. It is the most popular Catholic bible outside the United States.

Clementine Latin Vulgate

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Clementine Latin Vulgate Bible — Update to the Latin Vulgate Bible of St. Jerome, a foundational Catholic bible, originally issued under Pope Sixtus V and authoritatively revised by Pope Clement VIII, hence its name. This 1914 printing starts with the original Clementine text and takes into account variations in prior printings as well as correctoria officially issued by the Vatican.

Biblia Sacra Vulgatam

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Biblia Sacra : Vulgatam Clementinam — This "Electronic Edition" of the 1598 Editio Typica ("Biblia Sacra Vulgatæ editionis, Sixti V Pontificis Maximi jussu recognita et edita") was released in 2005 with an Approbatio from the Bishops Conference of England and Wales. It should match our 1914 Vulgate except for: some spellings, editorial punctuation, and line breaks.