December 11, 2007

Online Vatican Bible Commentary!

[From Zenit.org, Rome December 10, 2007]


Clergy Congregation Takes Bible Online


A Web site launched by the Vatican Congregation for the Clergy allows researchers to access Bible verses with exegesis from doctors of the Church or cross reference liturgical texts with commentaries from Church Fathers.

The site at www.bibliaclerus.org offers six categories in nine languages.

It also gives the option of downloading the site's content.

The nine translations of the Bible, including Hebrew and Greek, can be read side-by-side, as can the Eastern and Latin Codes of Canon Law.
Click HERE for it.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Bob Farrell said...

FINALLY!

Definitely worth waiting for.

11:15 AM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

According to the site the Gospel of Matthew was written by an unknown author. Is this correct?

11:19 PM  
Blogger Father Stephanos, O.S.B. said...

A mess! Their posted introduction to Matthew is actually the introduction to the Book of Malachi.

This work was composed by an anonymous writer shortly before Nehemiah's arrival in Jerusalem (445 B.C.). Because of the sharp reproaches he was leveling against the priests and rulers of the people, the author probably wished to conceal his identity. To do this he made a proper name out of the Hebrew expression for "My Messenger" (Malachi), which occurs in Malachi 1:1; 3:1.

9:10 AM  

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