If it has a Nihil Obstat & Imprimatur then you’re good to go. I does have more of the gender inclusive language if that’s more to your suit. Personally I like the RSV-2nd Catholic Edition. I’ve adapted to reading on my tablet so if that’s an option for your I suggest the Lighthouse Catholic Bible study app. It comes with the RSV-2CE for free. With an in-app purchase you can get a dramatized reading of the new testament (I was skeptical but it’s really well done) & the Igantaius study Bible of whom theologian Dr. Scott Hahn is the editor (love his work)!
*Note the iOS/apple version allows you to make highlights and notes
*Android version NO highlights/note making ability yet sadly
Here’s a previous discussion from the forum discussing RSV-2CE vs. NRSV
The NRSV differs from the RSV in four primary ways:
updating the language of the RSV, by replacing archaic forms of speech addressed to God (Thee, Thou, wast, dost, etc.), and by replacing words whose meaning has changed significantly since the RSV translation (for example, Paul’s statement in 2 Corinthians 11.25 that he was “stoned” once)
making the translation more accurate,
helping it to be more easily understood, especially when it is read out loud, and
making it clear where the original texts intend to include all humans, male and female, and where they intend to refer only to the male or female gender.
The New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition, has the imprimatur of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (September 12, 1991) and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (October 15, 1991).