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Saint Jerome was a Christian priest, confessor, theologian, and historian. He was born at Stridon, a village near Emona on the border of ...

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Alternative Titles: Eusebius Hieronymus, Sophronius. St. Jerome. Quick Facts. Ghirlandaio, Domenico: Saint Jerome in His Study View Media Page. born: c. 347

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Saint Jerome was born in Strido, Dalmatia (Croatia) in 347. ... While in Rome, he eagerly studied Greek, Latin, history and philosophy and built his own library ...

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Before he was known as Saint Jerome, he was named Eusebius Sophronius ... He spent his entire life translating the scriptures from Hebrew and Old Latin.

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Saint Jerome's Story. Most of the saints are remembered for some outstanding virtue or devotion which they practiced, but Jerome is frequently remembered for  ...

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Sep 30, 2018 ... Excerpted from Christ Our Life, by Sisters of Notre Dame of Chardon, Ohio. Image credit: Saint Jerome in the Wilderness by Pinturicchio, 1480.

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Lengthy article on the life and works of St. Jerome. ... From 374-9 Jerome led an ascetical life in the desert of Chalcis, southwest of Antioch. Ordained priest at ...

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Saint Jerome facts: St. Jerome (ca. 345-420) was an early Christian biblical scholar. The official Latin Bible of the Roman Catholic Church, the Vulgate, is largely ...

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Feb 8, 2019 ... Saint Jerome translated the Bible into Latin in what would become the Vulgate edition. He was a hermit, a priest, and a teacher. Learn more ...