Free Douay-Rheims Bible Software
Use online or download for offline use.
Welcome to www.bible73.com! Here you will find free software
containing the following:
1. The Douay-Rheims version of the Bible, along with the notes by Bishop Richard Challoner. (Why this version?)
2. Definitions of unfamiliar words in the Bible. Simply click on a word to see a brief definition.
3. Cross-references between verses.
4. A concordance that lets you look up any single word or several words. (What's a concordance?)
There's no catch. The software is free, and in the public domain (with no warranty). I simply wanted to make my favorite translation of the Bible easier to access. I also wanted to make it a little less difficult to read by providing brief definitions of unfamiliar words.
To Run the Software Online:
Simply tap or click here. Then tap or click on Instructions if necessary.
To Be Able to Run the Software With No Internet Connection:
(I installed this software on my smartphone, so that I can carry the Bible, concordance, and word definitions with me.)
1. Tap or click
here to download bible.zip (less than 4 MB)
to your computer, smartphone, or Android or Windows tablet. The software was last updated on 2016-May-09.
2. Tap or double click bible.zip on your device. It will unpack into 81 files.
3. Then simply tap or double click bible.htm, or point your browser to it, to start
4. Tap or click on Instructions if necessary.
5. If you have any questions, please contact me. I'm here to help!
My name is John Herro, and you can reach me at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or at
JOHN J HERRO
5771 SPIRE RIDGE CT
CINCINNATI OH 45247-3268
U. S. A.
(To reduce the amount of spam that I receive, I change my E-address
periodically, but you can always find my latest E-address and current postal
address here at http://www.bible73.com.)
I'd love to hear from you! Please send me your comments and suggestions.
God bless you and yours,
- John Herro
E-mail or postal mail, I'll reply, but I won't reveal your E-address or postal
address to anyone else. I dislike spam and junk postal mail as must as you do!