Till then, I don’t think I’ll purchase an NRSV beyond a paperback. It is the de facto standard Bible translation for the Catholic Church in America. The 18th-century revision was undertaken by Bishop Richard Challoner of England around 1750, and was a thorough revision of the original work. There is also the Confraternity Version of the Holy Bible, which was used from 1941 up to the use of the New American Bible in the liturgy. The Didache Bible also has a large number of apologetical explanations and some great indexes. Unfortunately, the CTS edition also replaces the original JB annotations, which were arguably its outstanding feature. The New Catholic Version (or New Catholic Bible) is a high-quality, thoroughly annotated, formal equivalence translation from the Catholic Book Publishing Company (CBP), marketed under their Saint Joseph Edition moniker. Good News Publishers. Read the Catholic Daily Mass Readings for Sunday taken from the New Jerusalem Bible (NJB). It has the imprimatur of Cardinal George Basil Hume. Being published in multiple volumes (only volume one, the Gospels, is currently available), these volumes are rich in modern and traditional commentary, artwork, and workmanship. You can of course buy a lectionary so you can have the Mass readings as you hear them at Mass. However, it never really caught on in the States, and was soon eclipsed on both sides of the pond by new translations direct from the original languages. At least in hardcover, these volumes are sturdy and professional. If the Holy See’s changes to the NRSV can be backported into a Bible, I would get myself a premium copy. The NRSV replaced archaic forms of address and obsolete expressions, updated the underlying text with the fruit of half a century of manuscript discoveries, and smoothed out some passages. [Top]. Page layout is typical for a CBP Saint Joseph’s Edition Bible (back-referenced annotations at the bottoms of the columns; cross-references squished into a box of character soup), and several nice helps are included, depending on edition, including maps, charts, doctrinal Bible index, etc. Taken together with the various earlier versions of the NAB (of which this is the fourth), it is the translation family most commonly owned and used by English-speaking American Catholics. Biblegateway.com provides the translation in both its ecumenical and Catholic formats. Usually marketed as the “Douay” or “Douay-Rheims” version, those editions are pretty much invariably an updated reprint of a late 19th century American edition of a mid-18th century revision of the original “Rheims/Douay” Bible. The New Jerusalem Bible (NJB) is a Catholic translation of the Bible published in 1985. The NIV was introduced to the world in the late ‘50’s by ZONDERVAN publishers. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has approved a number of different translations of the Bible for private use by English-speaking Catholics in the United States, but the New American Bible is the only English-language version authorized for use in Mass. USCCB Approved Translations of the Sacred Scriptures for Private Use and Study by Catholics. [Top]. Lots of great Catholic links too. Compared to the original NAB (published in 1970), both sets of revisions have shifted the translation toward more of a formal equivalence approach (i.e. The JB psalter, however, has been abandoned. Likewise, Midwest Theological Forum (MTF) uses the RSV-2CE as the underlying Biblical text for the “Ignatius Version” of  its Didache Study Bible. Although not exhaustive, the translations below represent the mainstream in current Catholic publishing, and a bit beyond mainstream. It incorporates gender-neutral techniques somewhat liberally. The New American Bible is the most common Bible translation in the United States. 4. The NAB is a good choice for those whose studies closely follow the Mass or who like a Catholic Bible that is easy to read for daily use. It is not available as a complete Bible. offended some Indian Catholics critical of what they saw as the new commentary’s syncretized appropriation of Hinduism and other “world” religions. An Ignatius Catholic Study Bible Old Testament is being worked on, and a great many Catholics are very eager to get their hands on it when it’s finally done. These readings are typically read from a Lectionary, not a Bible, though the Lectionary is taken from the Bible. The New Testament of the NABRE aligns closely to the text of the Gospel and other New Testament readings from the current Lectionary for Mass. The work includes several useful tables and appendices in the rear. Not to ruin anything, but yes. The Revised New Jerusalem Bible was released in December 2019, about two years after the initial publication of the RNJB New Testament and Psalms. Paul Catholic Edition, various formats and editions from numerous publishers, electronic edition of the “Standard Edition” NJB. The notes sometimes wade into academic theories concerning matters of so-called higher criticism, which annoy some readers, and seem to be of dubious value to the everyday Catholic. However, most of the annotations are at least useful, and sometimes insightful. The translation has been highly regarded for the clearness of its English, though it is more interpretive than many other translations, and like all “dynamic” translations, sometimes flattens the text excessively. Lastly, there is a 5th edition NAB currently being worked on and slated for release around 2025, which looks like it will utilitize the 2011 NABRE OT, and a fresh revision of the NT. I want to get a Douay-Rheims, and a Navarre at some point (which I think is RSV/CE). This 2011 Revised Edition incorporates two sets of major revisions published over the years: the revised New Testament (revised in 1986), and revised Old Testament (revised in 2010). Bibles used by Catholics are different from the Bibles used by Protestants. Although a modern translation, it retains some archaic word forms, yet it is perfectly understandable, and makes for a good alternate literary perspective on the Scriptures. Electronically, the RSV-2CE is available in Logos format, where it is available with reverse interlinear tagging. This work is listed on the USCCB website among “Approved Translations of the Sacred Scriptures for Private Use and Study by Catholics”. [Top]. The NJB is published in both a Standard Edition (which includes extensive annotations, re-written from the JB) and a Reader’s Edition (which provides minimal notes). This version is an ecclesially approved 1966 “Catholic Edition” of the highly-regarded Protestant RSV translation. The translation has been updated many times, but an update history is not readily available. I was never given a Bible. A collection of the Psalms only, this 2010 revision of the 1963 Grail Psalter makes it onto this list because of how important I expect it to become in the life of the Church in the coming years. What’s important is you read it and understand it. Reminiscent of the Douay-Rheims bible, which was the standard Catholic version for many years, the RSV has “a kind of flowery language, even poetic … Note that two smaller volumes containing subsets of this translation are still in print: The Alba House Gospels: So You May Believe, and, Letters of Saint Paul. This revision of the RSV-CE consisted primarily of updating archaic pronouns (thee, thou, etc. This article presents a basic description of the various English translations used in Catholic Bibles today. I don’t remember exactly. The RSV-2CE is also the underlying text for the superb Ignatius Catholic Study Bible project, the New Testament of which was completed in 2010 (the Old Testament is still in progress). Eschewing all the various 20th century trends toward rendering a Bible translation with an eye toward explanation at the expense of lexical precision, the ESV has been widely praised for both translational faithfulness and literary excellence among those who take Biblical inspiration seriously. Print versions of the NABRE are available in various formats and editions from numerous publishers. Electronically, it is available on the web at biblegateway.com, as well as in Logos format, where it is available with or without  embedded ‘reverse interlinear’ tagging. Less “dynamic” than the original 1963 Grail psalms, following the Hebrew more closely, this version consciously conforms to the translational requirements of Liturgiam Authenticam, and is expected to be widely adopted as a liturgical psalter, for both the Lectionary and the Liturgy of the Hours, as well as for other liturgical texts which incorporate the Psalms. It is available in two print editions, designed for either recitation or singing, and is also available online, including a free PDF download, from www.giamusic.com. The New American Bible generally refers to 1st-3rd edition NAB Bibles which came out in 1970, 1986, and 1991. The RSV-CE is used as the base English text of the faithful and practical Navarre Bible Commentary, published by Four Courts Press. This topic was automatically closed 14 days after the last reply. Ignatius also makes it avilable in a mobile app through Lighthouse Media. New Revised Standard Version – Catholic Edition Powered by “Bible Gateway” A non-denominational Christian organization The NRSV-CE is approved by the U.S. Bishops for Catholic use Display issues? Published in 1966, the Jerusalem Bible is a dynamic equivalence translation that closely follows its French predecessor: La Bible de Jerusalem. That challenge was partially met in 2009 after Oxford University Press gained permission to produce an “ESV” revision of the RSV Apocrypha, and published a short-lived Oxford Edition ESV (with Apocrypha). But Canada’s NRSV-based Mass Readings are not terrible at all. The RSV-CE remains very popular as a first choice among serious Catholic students of the Bible, and is available in several fine or common print editions. 2 The Douay-Rheims translation The Latin Vulgate was, for many years, the only official Catholic edition of the Bible, and an English translation known as the Douay-Rheims was finally published in 1609 AD. PDFs of all the books are available online from http://ccbpastoralbible.wordpress.com or  http://bibleclaret.org/bibles/. The copious cross-references can be very useful for those who seek to gain a deeper understanding of Scripture, but be sure to get an edition which uses a page layout that makes them easy to decipher and utilize (I’d suggest staying away from “St. In the UK, we use the Jerusalem translation. The term "deuterocanonical" is used by some scholars to denote the books (and parts of books) of the Old Testament which are in the Greek Septuagint collection but not in the Hebrew Masoretic Text collection. It also adds a modest number of cross-references throughout the Bible, albeit more so in the New Testament. The NABRE is the current version of the New American Bible (NAB), published in 2011 by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Logos/Verbum has an electronic edition of the NRSV-CE available in some base packages, which is tagged with a reverse interlinear, making it an extremely useful study resource. Oh yeah, and full color maps. typeface, it’s beyond that). However, in 2015, a 60th edition was available. It retains the use of “Yahweh” for the Divine Name, which can be annoying to some, and which makes it unsuitable for liturgical use. The current Lectionary makes use of the Jerusalem Bible and the Grail Psalter (1963). NAB Bibles published between 1986 and 2010 would come closest to reflecting the overall texts of the readings at Mass. Bible references for the Catholic Mass (See Mass references in the Book of Revelation) Passage Biblical Foundation ; INTRODUCTORY RITES . It has been adopted as the psalter of the new Revised New Jerusalem Bible. It can be useful in study as providing a “different point of view” on passages, as it is quite independent of other English translation traditions. Divine Office. In the United States, in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite, the Bible used in the Lectionary at Mass is a modified version of the 1970 NAB Old Testament and 1986 NAB New Testament. Several nice editions are published in print, available in both typical (American) and Anglicized versions. Hi Catholic means UNIVERSAL I think you mean ROMAN CATHOLIC? Alba House or Pauline Books may still have new copies of the print edition, or it can be found used from the usual online sellers. The NAB serves as the base English translation for both versions of Liturgical Press’ light commentary series: The Collegeville Commentary (using the 1986 NAB w/ Revised NT), and The New Collegeville Commentary (using the 2011 NABRE). I started RCIA in September and have not been given Bible as of yet. Also known as the “Ignatius Bible”, it is published in print by Ignatius Press in limited formats, which tend to be condensed, sturdy, and attractive, utilizing creamy and somewhat glossy paper. While not widely used in America these days, the JB is still very heavily used across the pond. A Catholic edition of the English Standard Version (ESV) has been long wished-for, and is now finally available through the Augustine Institute. Now with Google Translator for non-English speakers. Highly recommended as an ancillary text for studying the New Testament. [Top]. It would be considered a formal equivalence translation in today’s terminology, but it should be noted that it is an English translation of the Latin Vulgate, not of manuscripts in the original Biblical languages – a distinction that leads some Tridentine die-hards to prefer it to the newer translations. The version of the book of psalms used today for the Holy Mass is more or less the same as the one from the Confraternity Version. A group of Catholic women in Britain are supporting an online petition that asks the Church of England and Wales to reverse the decision to use the “gender-exclusive” English Standard Version of the Bible instead of the Jerusalem Bible translation at mass, The Christian Post reports. The NAB may also be a good choice when looking for a youth Bible. An oversized giant print edition is slated for release in the summer of 2020 (it is being marketed as “Large Print”, but at 14 pt. The version used at Mass is based on the NAB but has been modified enough that it could be considered its own version. The new editorial content of this work (annotations, illustrations, etc.) Several well-made editions of the DRC are available from print publishers such as TAN/Saint Benedict, Baronius, Loreto, Angelus, and others, including editions suitable for study. The ISBN-10 is 0819851396. Show the volunteers who bring you reliable, Catholic information that their work matters. The Ignatius Press edition of the RSV-CE has a useful appendix showing the details of those textual changes. The 1983 Code of Canon Law entrusts to the Apostolic See and the episcopal conferences the authority to approve translations of the Sacred Scriptures in the Latin Catholic Church (c. 825, §1). The “Word on Fire” Bible is the Gospels only with commentary from Bishop Robert Barron. The more recently updated NABRE Old Testament, however, departs noticeably from the texts currently used in the Mass and other rites. (Ecc 8:6), A Guide to Current Catholic Bible Translations, Suggested Bible Study Resources for Catholics: The Basics and a Bit Beyond, A Modest History of Catholic Bible Translations in English, Brief Notes on Major Non-Catholic English Bible Versions, Electronic Versions of the Bible in English, Catholic Bibles: A Modest History of the English Versions, Revised Standard Version—Catholic Edition, Revised Standard Version—Second Catholic Edition, New Revised Standard Version—Catholic Edition, English Standard Version—Catholic Edition, Alba House New Testament/St. edition so far, which can be very difficult to find on the CBP website (it is easier to find on Amazon). However, in 2018, the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India were able to publish publish an ESV lightly revised for Catholic sensibilities, along with a translation of the deuterocanon: an ecclesially approved Catholic edition of the ESV. The Rheims-Douay Bible. [Top]. This rare but worthwhile version is a single-person translation by Mark A. Wauck completed in the early 1990s, most recently issued by Pauline Books and Media, as “The New Testament: St. Paul Catholic Edition”. The language of the prayer comes directly from Matthew 28:19, where Jesus commands his apostles to go out into all nations and baptize them “in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.” The gesture, a crossover the body, is implicitly found in the book of Ezekiel when the prophet receives the following instruction: “Go through the city, through Jerusalem, and put a mark upon the for… I was wondering if the version of the Bible used in the Republic of Irelannd and Northenr Ireland was the same for hte Roman Catholic mass also which version was it? Questions about the Scriptures used during Mass Do we read from the Bible at Mass? A corresponding reverse interlinear is in the works. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled, : The views and opinions expressed in these forums do not necessarily reflect those of Catholic Answers. Some of them are “protestant” Bibles but the translations are very readable, and I’m mostly working my way through the New Testament so I figured it wouldn’t make much difference until I wanted to read the books they don’t include. A Catholic Bible is a Christian Bible that includes the whole 73-book canon recognized by the Catholic Church, including the deuterocanonical books.. Unfortunately, the JB does not appear to be available in any electronic editions. The New Jerusalem Bible (NJB) has become the most widely used Roman Catholic Bible outside of the United States. The complete Bible is unfortunately available only in a giant type (14 pt.) Overall, this edition displays an odd stylistic juxtaposition, but it all works together to produce a warm yet impressive rendition of the Sacred Word. The challenge, for Catholics, has been that the translation was published by a publisher that had no interest in translating or publishing the Deuterocanon, to put it politely. Of particular note among print editions of the NRSV-CE is the new Word on Fire Bible, from the evangelizing ministry of the indomitable Bishop Robert Barron. It also carries on the JB tradition of single-column presentation of the text, with generous white-space, making it one of the easiest Bibles to read, despite offering only a modest typeface size. Catholic Bible 101 - Scripture in the Mass - Catholicbible101 is the website that explains Catholic teachings in plain, easy to understand English. The RSV-CE includes the textual notes provided by the original RSV translators, and adds a small number of footnotes to the New Testament books, which are collected in a 12-page appendix. However, it is widely available as an electronic text, for both commercial and publicly licensed Bible Study software, as a searchable text on numerous public websites, and for various mobile Bible apps. The 1993 “Catholic Edition” of the New Revised Standard Version is simply the 1989 New Revised Standard Version with Apocrypha, rearranged according to the order of the Catholic canon (with the handful of non-canonical books eliminated). When my friend checked the content of his local Bible-based Evangelical church, he was surprised to discover that the total amount of Scripture read took just 3 percent of the service. The new name (New Catholic Bible) could be easy to confuse with the Catholic New American Bible, and would also be abbreviated using initials (NCB) that are used to name another Catholic Bible, published in America since 2012 (New Community Bible). A source to read the Sunday Catholic Mass Readings, Gospel Reading for Sunday, 2018 Liturgy, Missal and Bible readings for Sunday's Catholic Mass and Sunday Prayers. [Top]. [Top]. The translation leans toward a formal equivalence for accuracy, yet is noticeably conversational in tone, for example in its liberal use of contractions. The Old Testament of the Roman Catholic tradition, and also the Eastern Orthodox tradition includes a several writings more than in the Hebrew (Jewish) Bible or the Protestant Old Testament. The St. Paul edition entails a unique presentation, with single-column text framed on heavy, colorful pastel pages sporting abundant photos and other graphics, having verse numbering relegated to the center gutter, heading text presented in a bold red, and Old Testament quotations highlighted in a heavy black bold. The complete (and renamed) New Catholic Bible was published in 2019. If you want to read and study the complete version of the Holy Bible used by Catholics you can download this app with a free version of the Catholic Public Domain Bible. The NABRE is also the base translation for Baker Academic’s more substantial New Testament series: Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture. Joseph” editions if you want to use cross-references extensively). However, most of these electronic editions utilize only the Reader’s Edition content, and lack the more extensive notes. I wouldn’t say the translation is too important if you’re studying Catholicism to convert, as long as it’s an authorized Catholic Bible with all the necessary books. [Top]. A more extensive look at the backgrounds of many of these translations can be found among those explored in: Catholic Bibles: A Modest History of the English Versions. The Lectionary for Mass and other liturgical documents used in the U.S. Church are based on prior versions of the NAB. Since 2007, these CTS editions have replaced the word “Yahweh” in the JB text with “the Lord”, in compliance with new liturgical norms. As of the end of September 2020, the Ignatius Institute has published new American editions of the ESV-CE in bonded leather, hardback, and paperback formats, bringing the pricing down to a more competitive level compared to the pricing of the previously available paperback-only edition. The Didache Bible is fantastic for this purpose and you can get it in NABRE and RSV/2CE versions. Some time ago, a friend of mine compared the amount of the Scripture used at Mass to that used in an Evangelical Protestant service. Oh ok I finally got in contact with my parish priest he said for me to call on Monday. 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