The anchor bible series does a fine job over all. They do very indepth analysis of each book, by well known biblical experts usually in the particular book itself. They are certainly not all Catholic, but if you have attended Catholic colleges, you will quickly find that many of the texts used as best are not Catholic. There are many fine biblical exegetes who are Protestant. Good schools use the best texts without regard to Catholicism. I assume surely that is because they don’t deviate greatly in interpretation. Interpretation is generally not based on one’s faith, but is an attempt to be independent as much as possible and simply follow the best line of evidence. Some of the anchor books are real classics, If you want a more inspirational interpretations try the Interpretation series. Bruggerman on Genesis is especially good. These are more pastoral in nature.