Obi-Wan Kenobi wrote:
I'm really confused what you're asking about here. The Didache itself is an ancient (late 1st Century/early 2nd Century) Christian document that's not included with the standard RSV at all. Do you mean a Didache-branded edition? Or what?
Have you seriously never heard of the Didache Bible? We have talked about it frequently here. It is a commentary on the entire Bible with the commentary based on the Catechism. Basically, it is an edition of the Catechism where the text of the Catechism is distributed throughout the Bible, every place where the Catechism cites a scriptural reference, it puts that paragraph right next to that particular chapter and verse. There may be a little more commentary than just citations of the catechism, but the catechism is the bulk of the commentary.https://www.amazon.com/Didache-Bible-Ja ... ache+bible
The only difference between the RSV edition and the NABRE edition is the translation used. The NABRE edition is more expensive because in addition to the Didache commentary, it also includes the usual NABRE notes, making the text significantly longer. The only real reason to prefer one edition over the other is if there is a preference for the NABRE or the RSV. If the objective is to spend as little money as possible, then the RSV edition would be the one to buy because the NABRE edition is about $30 more expensive.