Knox News

Occasionally and for pastoral reasons I like to spot read in my trusty copy of Pastoral and Occasional Sermons by the late Msgr. Ronald Knox.

On that note, it seems that a website dedicated to Ronald Knox has been revamped.

I’ll bet you would enjoy both of the above with a nice cup of Mystic Monk TEA.

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  1. Supertradmum says:

    I did not know about the revamped website. Thanks for the heads up. Years ago, the post office manage to lose and never find my entire Knox library I was shipping to a new address. Most of the books were out of print. It is great to be able to go online and find his remarkable writings. Thanks again.

  2. Legisperitus says:

    Baronius Press is preparing to republish Msgr. Knox’s translation of the Bible soon. It’s highly readable and a helpful version for comparison purposes, although I don’t really use it as a primary Bible. Archbishop Sheen was quite fond of it and quoted it exclusively in his Life of Christ.

    Knox was the first Catholic since St. Jerome to translate the whole Bible himself!

  3. tcreek says:

    The Internet Archive has a dozen or so free books of Msgr. Knox for the Kindle and other e-readers.

  4. Supertradmum says:


    His edition of the Psalms, with the Latin on one side and the English translation on the other in Latin is one book which went bye-bye. However, I have Knox’s translation of the New Testament with beautiful art work, not with me. I would not recommend this translation for serious study, as it is quirky, but for reading, or prayer, or comparisons, fine.

  5. Mark R says:

    Magus books in Seattle frequently has the Knox Bible in stock (cheaper than new, I imagine). I used to buy them and give them as gifts. Call them. They’re no. is probably online.

  6. Mark R says:

    I should mention these are used books.

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