The New American Bible, revised edition (NABRE), the first major update to the New American Bible (NAB) translation in 20 years, has been approved for publication. Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, then president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), signed the canonical rescript approving publication on September 30, 2010. The following articles reflect on different aspects of how the Bible enriches life in the Church.
- Do Translations Matter? – Mary Elizabeth Sperry
- Rationale for Catholics Reading the Old Testament – Michael Steier
- Changes in Catholic Attitudes Toward Bible Reading – Msgr. Daniel Kutys
- Bible at Core of Catholic Beliefs – Father J. Brian Bransfield
- Roots of Catholic Social Teaching Found in the Old Testament Prophets – Stephen Colecchi
- A Spiritual Feast for Your Home: How Catholics Can Use the Old Testament in the Family – Jem Sullivan
- Old Testament Speaks to Young People – Therese Brown
- The Old Testament in the Liturgical Life of the Church – Father Rick Hilgartner
- How to Use the Old Testament in Daily Prayer – Father Thomas Weinandy, OFM Cap.