I'm fairly new here and was wishing to share and ask something which has been bugging me for a while now regarding the Holy Bible.
Does anyone have, or know of, a Bible which uses capital letters, for Thee and Thou or Thy, He or Him, You etc, when talking to or about God.
I'm looking at Psalm 101 for my example, in my CTS New Catholic Bible which says: "O Lord listen to my prayer and let my cry for help reach you."
The Douay Rheims version (example taken from the internet as I don't have this so hopefully I've copied this correctly): "Hear, O Lord, my prayer: and let my cry come to thee."
Basically to those who are wondering what I'm on about! - I was hoping to find a Catholic Bible which uses a capital You or Thee. It seems more appropriate to me when praying to have the references to God distinct from ordinary men in the Bible, or am I on the wrong track here?
What do other people think?
Thank you and God Bless.