The Bible: One for All

One of the oldest of ecumenical dreams has been a Bible that both Roman Catholics and Protestants could use in common. Last week the dream came true, in part, as Thomas Nelson & Sons published in the U.S. a Catholic edition of the Protestant Revised Standard Version of the New Testament, prepared by a team of British Biblical scholars. The Catholic RSV contains a letter of approval by Boston's Richard Cardinal Cushing and a warm preface by the late Albert Cardinal Meyer of Chicago, will be supplemented next year by a Catholic...

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