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The St Albans Psalter is a unique individual volume containing the psalms, bound together with some other material. Strictly speaking "psalter" means a copy of the psalms, but is often used to refer to books containing the psalms and other things, in the same way as a "bible" may contain the bible and other material e.g. maps. The St ...


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There is no general rule for how to read the entire Catholic Bible. I have done it from beginning to end, by reading the Sacred Scriptures for a little over a half hour each morning until I finished with the book of Revelation. Personally, I chose at least a half an hour of reading each day because the Church permits one to gain a plenary indulgence if one ...


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Per Wikipedia: Two major annotated Hebrew translations of the apocrypha were published in the 20th century. Both editions include commentaries by the editors, both are vowelized, and both of them incorporate parts of the original Hebrew for Ben Sira that were found in the Cairo Geniza and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Avraham Kahana, ed. and trans., Ha-Sefarim ha-...


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The original text of the St. Albans Psalter is in Latin, as you say, and although it was taken from Jerome's Vulgate rendition of the Bible, the history of that is complex as he produced three versions of the Psalms. The Wikipedia link you give also adds this information: “The St Albans Psalter contains a month-by-month calendar that includes important ...


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All the wisdom literature (even if only Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) explicitly address "my son") is father-son instruction; it is divided insofar as words work in a twofold way to instruct, in one way, by asking for the gift of wisdom. Wisdom 7:7: ‘Wherefore I have wished, and understanding was given me, and I called upon ...


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