Current Latin translation of the Bible: the Nova Vulgata

The Nova Vulgata, or Neo-vulgate, is the Latin translation of the Bible used by the Church in the current editions of the liturgical books. It is derived from the Vulgata whose first author was St. Jerome (†420). The Nova Vulgata was first published in 1979.

The Old Testament and the New Testament are available here. Wherever possible, we changed ae into æ and oe into œ.

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