New American Bible (NAB) was carefully translated by the
Confraternity of Catholic Doctrine from the original Hebrew, Greek,
and Aramaic texts for English-speaking Americans. Once it was
published in 1970, it was declared the official basis of the
Lectionaries in the United States and used at Mass until 2002, when
the New American Bible Revised Edition became its replacement. The
compilation of the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE), also
known as the Saint Joseph Bible, was conducted by 100 scholars and
theologians. A completely new translation of the Old Testament was
made and the 1986 edition of the New Testament became the new
standard. The readings at Mass in the USA are currently taken from
the NABRE. St.
Joseph Edition, New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE). Like all
St. Joseph editions, this version contains a doctrinal bible index
and a list of Sunday readings.
you will find in this edition:
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