Bravo, Father, bravo. Let us swing the hammer and strike blows against that mass of modernist, agnostic commentary which presently enjoys the recommendation of the USCCB and is sold as "the" modern Catholic Bible in so many bookstores. Some aspects of the apparatus are great, but others are toxic waste, plain and simple, and deserve to be relegated to the dungpile history as a grave methodological mistake.
I bought The Catholic Bible Personal Study Edition NAB before coming into the Church. The text of the NAB is actually copyrighted by the by United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. At first I though it was a shame that they did not make the text freely distributable, but after reading it I am glad they didn’t. The NAB is a dynamic translation and I and I think there were a lot of questionable decisions as to how it was translated. But the footnotes in the study version are unbelievable. I think they outsourced them to a group of agnostic bible scholars or wannabe Jesus Seminar types. At times I would read the footnotes just to see how far off they would be and to get a good laugh. I expected after reading a passage in the Gospels of a saying by Jesus for the footnote to say "no he didn’t" or else "this was added later" Then again those footnotes would have been more honest then the ones they had. If they come out with another edition I wonder if they will advertise it as "Now with even more heresies!"