[Loch-Ruadh] Big Black Book

Terry Sikes tdsikes at prodigy.net
Sat Aug 19 07:24:18 PDT 2006

I had one friend who referred to it as the Douay (not sure of spelling) Bible.

Madelina de Lindesay <lymadelina at earthlink.net> wrote:
  We used what said "Catholic Bible" in Cathechism. It also includes books like Macabees & Wisdom. Here's a link showing a table comparing some different version:


who still has trouble at times reconciling being raised by a Catholic & a Baptist

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>From: P�draig Ruad � Maolag�in 

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>Catholic schools use the KJV? I thought that was only us ornery
>Protestants. :)
>But the KJV and of course the works of Shakespeare are great examples of
>"speaking forsoothly". Unless you want to go to Chaucer, in which case
>very few people will understand what you're saying, Middle English being
>pronounced somewhat differently, not to mention the spelling. Come to
>think of it, that's a problem I seem to encounter in modern English. Hmm.
>Nunc est bibendum.
>Politicians prefer unarmed peasants.
>Achrann wrote:
>> It's been a while since Catholic School, but that book and I have pretty
>much said all we have to say to each other. And if it even has the
>audacity to smolder just the tiniest bit when I pick it up....
>> :)
>> Achrann
>> Protectorate of FalconRose Keep
>> (and Sr. Julie Vincent's worst nightmare)
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