The Catholic Bible

As Catholics were responsible for writing the New Testament (under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit), the Catholic Church doesn't "interpret" the Bible. We explain it. Protestants can only "interpret", because they are not the author (guided by the Holy Spirit), and therefore, can only guess at the possible meaning of a chapter, passage or phrase, just as anyone can only guess at any author's intentions in any other book. As the author, the Catholic Church is the only proper authority to consult in matters pertaining to the Bible.

Bible Study #1:
Introduction to the Bible

Catholic & Protestant Bibles
The Bible, the Sole Rule of Faith?
Inspiration and Inerrancy
The Bible as History
The Wisdom Literature of the Bible
Letters and Epistles in the Bible
Prophetical Literature in the Bible

History of the Catholic Bible
Early History (Similar to Bible Study #1 Intro.)
Apocrypha
Deuterocanonical books cited in the New Testament!
(And by the Apostolic Fathers)

American Catholic History (1600's to 1790's)
American Catholic History (1800's to 1950's)
Protestant Influence in American Catholics

Bible Study #5: New Testament
Introduction
The Synoptic Gospels
The Gospel of St. John
The Two Annunciations
The Incarnation
Duration of the Hypostatic Union
The Virgin Birth
"Ever Blessed Virgin"
The Holy Family

Commentary on St. Matthew
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5, part 1
Chapter 5, part 2
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9


"You would think that the modernists were the first to turn the page of the Bible."