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Clementine Vulgate

The Clementine Vulgate or aka. Biblia Sacra Vulgatæ Editionis Sixti Quinti Pontificis Maximi iussu recognita atque edita is the most common version of the Vulgate that many Catholic today associate with. It was released in 1592 under the commission of Pope Clement VIII as an update to the version released by Pope Sixtus V. This particular edition of the Latin Vulgate was the standard Latin Bible used for Liturgy from 1592-1979 when it was replaced by the Nova Vulgata. The Nova Vulgata was released under the commission of Pope John Paul II. It still continues to be a popular Bible among Traditional Catholics.

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