[quote="Wesley7, post:3, topic:247994"]
Can you name the specific bible translation that has all the canonical books? Latin Vulgate>
The Syriac, Old Latin, and Coptic versions from c. A,D 150 contain them as do the fourth and fifth century Codexes (Vaticanus, Sinaiticus, Alexandrinus), and the Latin Vulgate (published A.D. 405). The Douay-Rheims, a 16th century translation, has them. They are in all the modern Catholic Bibles -- New American, Jerusalem, St. Joseph Edition, etc. They are also in the Protestant RSV Catholic Edition.
The canon was decided at the Councils of Rome (A.D. 382), Hippo (393), and the third and fourth Carthage (397, 419). The same canon was named in each of these local councils, whose decrees were approved by popes. The pope's approval sealed and finalized the decision(s).