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March 07, 2009


I have had the same problem since becoming Catholic and as well as having all those you mentioned in this post, also have found a couple others that are great. One is the Haydock Douay Rheims, http://www.catholictreasures.com/cartdescrip/11341.html and the other is the Navarre Bible, http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw_0_5?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=navarre+bible&sprefix=Navar both have extensive commentary and have been very rewarding to my study.

You say on your site: "I have noticed that I don't read my Bible as often now as I did before I became Catholic, and yet the main reason is because I spend more time in prayer and more time reading other Catholic writings". I agree that we Catholics tend to read less of the Bible than our Protestant brothers and sisters, I would love to read more but I'm hoping that God is super-abundant in his written word so that all of the mystery is present in the fraction that I get to read. Thanks for your site

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