Three or four years ago, I found the Catholic Bibles Blog through discussions on the Catholic Answers Forum. It became a regular stop for me on the internet, due to the wealth of interesting content and discussions among the community of commenters. The blog broadened my understanding of bible translations and fanned the flames for my interest in studying the bible in-depth.
Timothy is now moving on from his blog after 10 venerable years at the helm. I’m so thankful for his efforts over that time, and I hope to continue something of his legacy in this new blog, providing a destination where Catholics can learn, discuss, and develop a community centered on studying the bible.
Fifty-two years ago, Vatican II’s Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation Dei Verbum affirmed that all the Christian faithful should have easy access to Sacred Scripture. May this blog serve the task of making scripture and scripture study more accessible to a broad range of readers!
In this way, therefore, through the reading and study of the sacred books “the word of God may spread rapidly and be glorified” (2 Thess. 3:1) and the treasure of revelation, entrusted to the Church, may more and more fill the hearts of men. – Dei Verbum 26