The New American Bible, Revised Edition (also known as NABRE), as well as the Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition, are two examples of popular Catholic editions of the Bible (RSV-CE) The Revised Edition of the New American Bible (NABRE)
Catholic adaptations in the English language
|NABRE||New American Bible Revised Edition||2011/1986 (OT/NT)|
|NLT-CE||New Living Translation Catholic Edition||2015|
|ESV-CE||English Standard Version Catholic Edition||2017|
|NCB||St. Joseph New Catholic Bible||2019|
What version of the Catholic Bible do Roman Catholics use?
The Holy Bible, sometimes known as the Catholic Bible, is available in a wide variety of editions among Roman Catholics.It is up to the individual to decide which translation of the Bible they will use in their Catholic practice.The New International, the King James Version, the Good News, and the English Standard are only few of the translations that are now accessible.The Bible that is used by Catholics and the Bible that is used by Protestants are not the same.
What are the additional books in the Catholic Bible?
Tobias, Judith, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus/Sirach, Baruch, and 1 Maccabees and 2 Maccabees are the extra books that can be found in the Old Testament of the Catholic Bible. Together, these books bring the total number of books in the Catholic Bible up to 73. Comparison of Catholic and Protestant Works *Catholic books are in red. Protestant books are in blue.
How many books are in the Catholic Bible vs Protestant Bible?
If you’ve ever compared the books of the Bibles used by Catholics and Protestants, you might have noticed that the Catholic Bible has several additional books beyond those found in the Protestant Bible.There are 66 books that make up the Protestant Bible, all of which are believed to have been given by God directly.There are a total of 39 books included inside the Old Testament, while the New Testament only has 27 books.