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the Latin edition of the Bible translated from Hebrew and Greek mainly by St. Jerome at the end of the 4th century

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18) For the status of the Nova Vulgata and its use in the preparation of vernacular translations of scriptural and liturgical texts, see Liturgiam authenticam (2001), esp.
In working on a commentary on the Nova Vulgata text of the Song of Songs these past three years (published by Brazos Press in June 2011), I could discover no Catholic commentary based on that version, and few since 1950 on anything but the Hebrew of the Masoretic Text.
There is nothing wrong with the Nova Vulgata version of the Bible for liturgy.
The Nova Vulgata, a new Latin biblical text that reflects current critical thinking and is considered suitable for liturgical use, was completed in 1977.