Everyone is driven by money to a certain degree in our capitalist society - unless you’re a hermit or a religious who took strict vows of poverty and actually lives by those vows to a heroic degree. Which none of us are, or we wouldn’t be typing or reading this. Also, most Bishops in the USCCB are not hermits or strict religious - I may be mistaken, but I think the majority of them are secular clergy, not religious clergy.
I will continue to contend that monetary profit is a significant motivating factor for the USCCB and their continued revisions to the NAB.
I’m not saying it’s the only factor, not even the primary factor. But to say it’s got absolutely nothing to do with money, to me, is an erroneous thing to say given the circumstances.
Also, when somebody gets frustrated in a debate, that’s usually a sign they are losing the argument.
I’ll take that as a concession to my assertion.