How Can I Get a Free Catholic Bible?
29 SEP 2017
The Catholic Bible consists of 27 books in the New Testament and 46 books in the Old Testament. The seven additional Old Testament books, not included in the Protestant Bible, are known as the deuterocanonical books. Three common Bible translations used in the Catholic faith are the Rheims-Douay version, the Vulgate version and the New American Bible. There are many methods of obtaining or reading a Catholic Bible free.
1 Visit Your Local Catholic Church
2 Contact your local Catholic church
Contact your local Catholic church.
3 Speak with a parish education representative
Speak with a parish education representative.
4 Inquire if they
Inquire if they have any free Catholic Bibles available.
5 Order a Free Bible Online
6 Go to a website
Go to a website like BiblesforAmerica.com or Freebibles.com.
7 Click the Order Bible link
Click the "Order Bible" link.
8 Complete the Bible request form
Complete the Bible request form to have a Bible mailed to you.
9 Read the Catholic Bible Online Free
10 Go to the Vatican s website
Go to the Vatican’s website.
11 Click the Resource Library Link
Click the "Resource Library Link," which is the first round icon below the Pope’s name.
12 Click The Bible
Click "The Bible" and select your language.
13 Click the Section Links
Click the "Section Links" to read the text online.
14 Download the Bible for Your Computer or E-Reader
Go to a website like Project Gutenberg or Freecatholicebooks.com.
16 Search for the Bible translation
Search for the Bible translation you desire. For example, search for "Rheims-Douay."
17 Click on the translation link to download
Click on the translation link to download the Bible to your computer. You may be able to print this file or transfer it to an e-reader device.
18 Check Your Local Library
19 Go to your local library
Go to your local library.
20 Ask the librarian
Ask the librarian for help locating a Bible.
21 Check out the Bible to read
Check out the Bible to read.