St. Jerome (340-420 AD)......... Priest, Confessor, Theologian, Doctor of the Church, Creator of the Vulgate Bible

St. Jerome (340-420 AD)......... Priest, Confessor, Theologian, Doctor of the Church, Creator of the Vulgate Bible

The life of Saint Jerome (Hieronymus) of Stridonium -- http://oca.org/saints/lives/2013/06/15/101732-st-jerome-hieronymus-of-stridonium

The life of Saint Jerome (Hieronymus) of Stridonium -- http://oca.org/saints/lives/2013/06/15/101732-st-jerome-hieronymus-of-stridonium

St. Jerome's Church (Bronx, New York). My brother was baptized at this church in the 1950s.  Church is still in existence (2014)

St. Jerome's Church (Bronx, New York). My brother was baptized at this church in the 1950s. Church is still in existence (2014)

'nuff said....and it's BIBLICAL. Sola Scriptura is FALSE, knock off the pride of the error of self interpretation, it's already been translated by the Apostles and Early Church Fathers. St Jerome, "Father" of true the Latin Vulgate translation, pray for us!

The Bible Alone? Evangelization Holy Card

'nuff said....and it's BIBLICAL. Sola Scriptura is FALSE, knock off the pride of the error of self interpretation, it's already been translated by the Apostles and Early Church Fathers. St Jerome, "Father" of true the Latin Vulgate translation, pray for us!

"When we pray we speak to God, but when we read, God speaks to us." - St. Jerome

"When we pray we speak to God, but when we read, God speaks to us." - St. Jerome

St. Jerome, who was born Eusebius Hieronymous Sophronius, was the most learned of the Fathers of the Western Church. He was born about the year 342 at Stridonius, a small town at the head of the Adriatic, near the episcopal city of Aquileia. His father, a Christian, took care that his son was well instructed at home, then sent him to Rome, where the young man's teachers were ... continue reading

St. Jerome, who was born Eusebius Hieronymous Sophronius, was the most learned of the Fathers of the Western Church. He was born about the year 342 at Stridonius, a small town at the head of the Adriatic, near the episcopal city of Aquileia. His father, a Christian, took care that his son was well instructed at home, then sent him to Rome, where the young man's teachers were ... continue reading

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