Douai Bible English translation (from the Latin Vulgate) of the Bible, authorized by the Roman Catholic Church after the Reformation. Gregory Martin, in exile at the English college at Douai, France, was the main translator. The New Testament was published at Reims (1582), the Old Testament at Douai (1609–10). Richard Challoner revised it in 1749–50.
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