The Catholic Bible includes books of the Old Testament and New Testament and several books excluded by Protestant Bibles. The specific richness and history of our Catholic faith can be found in several Roman Catholic Bible translations. One of the most popular Catholic Bibles is the New American Bible (NAB). Some earlier translations include the Revised Standard Version - Catholic Edition (RSV-CE), the Douay-Rheims (the earliest translation from the original Latin), and the Navarre Bible.
The Bible in the Catholic tradition differs in the number and order of books from those typically found in Bibles used by Protestants, because it includes the deuterocanonical books, which Protestants call the Apocrypha. Its canon of Old Testament texts is somewhat larger than that in translations used by Protestants, which are typically based exclusively on the shorter Hebrew and Aramaic Masoretic Text. On the other hand, its canon, which does not accept all the books that are included in the Septuagint, is shorter than that of some churches of Eastern and Oriental Orthodoxy, which recognize other books as sacred scripture.
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