Jeremiah - Nova Vulgata
The Book of Jeremiah combines history, biography, and prophecy. It portrays a nation in crisis and introduces the reader to an extraordinary leader upon whom the Lord placed the heavy burden of the prophetic office. Jeremiah was born about 650 B.C. of a priestly family from the little village of Anathoth, near Jerusalem. While still very young he was called to his task in the thirteenth year of King Josiah (628), whose reform, begun with enthusiasm and hope, ended with his death on the battlefield of Megiddo (609) as he attempted to stop the northward march of the Egyptian Pharaoh Neco. The prophet heartily supported the reform of the pious King Josiah, which began in 629 B.C. Nineveh, the capital of Assyria, fell in 612, preparing the way for the new colossus, Babylon, which was soon to put an end to Judean independence. After the death of Josiah the old idolatry returned. Jeremiah opposed it with all his strength. Arrest, imprisonment, and public disgrace were his lot. Jeremiah saw in the nation's impenitence the sealing of its doom. Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem and carried King Jehoiachin into exile (Jeremiah 22:24).
During the years 598-587, Jeremiah attempted to counsel Zedekiah in the face of bitter opposition. The false prophet Hananiah proclaimed that the yoke of Babylon was broken and a strong pro-Egyptian party in Jerusalem induced Zedekiah to revolt. Nebuchadnezzar took swift and terrible vengeance; Jerusalem was destroyed in 587 and its leading citizens sent into exile. About this time Jeremiah uttered the great oracle of the "New Covenant" (Jeremiah 31:31-34) sometimes called "The Gospel before the Gospel." This passage contains his most sublime teaching and is a landmark in Old Testament theology. The prophet remained amidst the ruins of Jerusalem, but was later forced into Egyptian exile by a band of conspirators. There, according to an old tradition, he was murdered by his own countrymen. The influence of Jeremiah was greater after his death than before. The exiled community read and meditated on the lessons of the prophet, and his influence can be seen in Ezekiel, certain of the psalms, and the second part of Isaiah. Shortly after the exile, the Book of Jeremiah as we have it today was published in a final edition.
It is divided as follows: I. Oracles in the Days of Josiah (Jeremiah 1:1-6:30) II. Oracles Mostly in the Days of Jehoiakim (Jeremiah 7:1-20:18) III. Oracles in the Last Years of Jerusalem (Jeremiah 21:1-33:26) IV. Fall of Jerusalem (Jeremiah 34:1-45:5) V. Oracles against the Nations (Jeremiah 46:1-51:64) VI. Historical Appendix (Jeremiah 52:1-34) - (NAB)

  • Sacrosancti Oecumenici Concilii Vaticani II, ratione habita iussu Pauli PP. VI recognita, auctoritate Ioannis Pauli PP. II promulgata
  • Editio typica altera

  • Headings

    Sacrosancti Oecumenici Concilii Vaticani II

    Ratione habita iussu Pauli PP. VI recognita

    Auctoritate Ioannis Pauli PP. II promulgata


    NOVA VULGATA

    EDITIO TYPICA ALTERA


    1
    IEREMIAS (NV)



    Prophetam in gentibus dedi te








    2 Me dereliquerunt fontem aquae vivae, et foderunt sibi cisternas dissipatas

    3 Dabo vobis pastores iuxta cor meum; et congregabuntur omnes gentes in Ierusalem



    7 Numquid spelunca latronum facta est domus, in qua invocatum est nomen meum?

    Haec est gens quae non audivit vocem Domini Dei sui




    11 Ego quasi agnus mansuetus, qui portatur ad victimam


    13 Erit populus sicut lumbare istud, quod nulli usui aptum est


    14 Recordare, Domine, ne irritum facias foedum tuum nobiscum



    15 Quare factus est dolor meus perpetuus? Si converteris, ante faciem meam stabis


    17 Maledictus qui confidit in homine; benedictus qui confidit in Domino


    18 Sicut lutum in manu figuli, sic vos in manu mea

    Venite, et percutiamus eum




    20 Dominus mecum est, quasi bellator fortis




    23 Suscitabo David germen iustum




    26 Congregatus est omnis populus ad Dominum

    In veritate misit me Dominus ad vos, ut loquerer verba haec



    28 Hanania, non misit te Dominus, et tu confidere fecisti populum in mendacio



    30 Propter dura peccata tua feci haec tibi

    Convertam tabernacula Iacob

    31 In caritate perpetua dilexi te


    Caecum et claudum in misericordia reducam

    Feriam foedus novum et peccati non memorabor




    33 Germinare faciam David germen iustitiae






    38 Genuisti me virum discordiae in universa terra



    39 Capitulum 39
    40 Capitulum 40
    41 Capitulum 41
    42 Capitulum 42
    43 Capitulum 43
    44 Capitulum 44
    45 Capitulum 45
    46 Capitulum 46
    47 Capitulum 47
    48 Capitulum 48
    49 Capitulum 49
    50 Capitulum 50
    51 Capitulum 51
    52 Capitulum 52

    Version
    Revised Standard Version (1966) - English
    Biblia del Pueblo di Dio (BPD) - Spanish
    Vulgata - Stuttgart 1969 - Latin
    BÝblia Sagrada Ave-Maria (1957) - Portuguese
    La Sainte Bible (Crampon 1904) - French
    CEI (1974) - Italian
    Einheits▄bersetzung der Heiligen Sc - German