This is partly a question and partly a plea.
I love to read and have had an Amazon Kindle e-book reader for about a year now. One thing that has disappointed me is that there seem to be no modern Catholic editions of the Bible available in e-book format. Protestants have plenty of Bibles to choose from in e-book format, but the only Catholic Bible I’ve been able to find is the old Douay-Rheims version (which is in the public domain). I really wish the Jerusalem Bible, the New American Bible for Catholics, or even the Catholic version of the Living Bible were available as an e-book. Why have Catholic Bible publishers not taken advantage of this new medium for reaching the faithful?
I also would be delighted if the Catechism were available as an e-book.
There are some good Catholic resources already available in Kindle fornat, including Catholicism for Dummies and His Holiness’s book on Jesus. But two key resources - the Bible and the Catechism - are missing.