NAB - New American Bible

The New American Bible (NAB) is a Catholic Bible translation first published in 1970. It had its beginnings in the Confraternity Bible, which began to be translated from the original languages in 1948.
It was specifically translated into English by the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine under the liturgical principles and reforms of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965).
The Lectionary in the US authorized this version to be use, taking the 1970 Old Testament, 1986 New Testament and 1991 Psalter in which the inclusive language that appears in controversial places is replaced.