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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 the famous pagan grammarian Donatus and Victorinus, a Christian ... Continue Reading

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  1. Callie
    5 years ago

    did st jerome attend any church councils? if so, which ones?

  2. Andrew Jerome James Baalman
    6 years ago

    what a great man and I'm glad my parents gave me St. Andrew the apostle's name and St. Jerome's name for my baptism name.

  3. rose
    6 years ago


  4. Marie
    6 years ago

    where I can find St /Jerome status and st Stephanie too

  5. Machenzie
    6 years ago

    I think St.Jerome was a very inspirational man and now he is recognized for his god works.

  6. collin corman
    6 years ago

    St. Jerome is an inspiration to all who follow him.

  7. carla whitaker
    6 years ago

    would like to find a St. Jeromes statue. our church is St. Jeromes and we are looking for a statue.

  8. justin
    6 years ago

    St. Jerome is an inspiration for us to use our faculties and gifts to the best of our abilities in serving God.

    6 years ago

    St. Jerome is GOD'S hand guiding HIS CHURCH. One certainly can conclude that Jerome's work in biblical translation was inspired.

  10. James Smith
    6 years ago

    St. Jerome is sooooo cool dude.. i go there for school.

  11. Connor
    6 years ago

    St. Jerome was and still is cool.

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