Canticum graduum. Qui confidunt in Domino, sicut mons Sion : non commovebitur in æternum, qui habitat
in Jerusalem. Montes in circuitu ejus ; et Dominus in circuitu populi sui, ex hoc nunc et usque in sæculum.
Quia non relinquet Dominus virgam peccatorum super sortem justorum ; ut non extendant justi ad iniquitatem manus suas,
benefac, Domine, bonis, et rectis corde.
Declinantes autem in obligationes, adducet Dominus cum operantibus iniquitatem. Pax super Israël !
Latin Vulgata Clementina (Clementine Vulgate)
The base text is that edited by Colunga and Turrado (Madrid, 1946). Typographical errors have been corrected, and spelling and puctuation have been modernized. It is believed that the text found in Colunga and Turrado was and is in the public domain, and that only the various introductions and other editorial material would ever have been under copyright, none of which are included in this text.