It was around 50 years ago that two influential English language Catholic Bibles were published. They are, of course, the Revised Standard Version-Catholic Edition and the Jerusalem Bible. Both of these Bibles were fruits of the Second Vatican Council and each, in their own way, continue to have a following even today. The RSV-CE represents a more formal translation in line with its KJV heritage, while the Jerusalem Bible, known for its thorough notes, maintains a more dynamic style. Each has been further updated/revised, yet each is still available and is in use in various places.
So, I want to hear from you, my gentle readers, as to what you think the legacy is for these two translations and what the future holds for them?