The Catholic Bible Online: Douay Rheims Bible Commentary and Study
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Catholics should not read Protestant or Vatican II "Catholic" Bibles. Protestants have corrupted the Bible with false translations. They have also excluded seven canonical books from the entire Bible. Protestant Bibles only have 66 books, while Catholic Bibles have all 73. (The books Luther didn't like or agree with he simply threw out since they contradicted his doctrinal views. For more info, visit the following section: The Bible Proves the Teachings of the Catholic Church
). The problem with Vatican II Bibles is that they may contain heretical and modernistic commentaries. If you don't own a Catholic Bible or have read one, you should do it. (Readers should also be aware of that some older versions of the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible contain the heresy of baptism of desire
. Bible Commentaries are not infallible and may be liable to error. A Catholic cannot follow the opinion of a Bible commentary if it is contradicted by an infallible Catholic Dogma. This applies to any or all Catholic Bible commentaries.)