Which version of the Bible do Roman Catholics use?

Answer

The Catholic Church uses the Bible as determined, in antiquity, by the Sacred Ecumenical Counsels of the Church and again enumerated at the Council of Trent. The Revised Standard Version (RSV) and the New American Bible (NAB) are two of the most common translations. The Bible was originally called the “Douay-Rheims” and it was translated to English from Latin Vulgate.
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