Psalmus David. Dominus regit me, et nihil mihi deerit :
in loco pascuæ ibi me collocavit. Super aquam refectionis educavit me,
animam meam convertit. Deduxit me super semitas justitiæ, propter nomen suum.
Nam, etsi ambulavero in medio umbræ mortis, non timebo mala, quoniam tu mecum es. Virga tua, et baculus tuus, ipsa me consolata sunt.
Parasti in conspectu meo mensam, adversus eos qui tribulant me ; impinguasti in oleo caput meum ; et calix meus inebrians quam præclarus est !
Et misericordia tua subsequetur me omnibus diebus vitæ meæ ; et ut inhabitem in domo Domini, in longitudinem dierum.
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.