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Jerome Emiliani lay chained in the dark dirty dungeon. Only a short time before he had been a military commander for Venice in charge of a fortress. He didn't care much about God because he didn't need him -- he had his own strength and the strength of his soldiers and weapons. When Venice's enemies, the League of Cambrai, captured the fortress, he was dragged off and imprisoned. There in the dungeon, Jerome decided to get rid of the chains that ... Continue Reading

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  1. bob
    4 years ago

    this was very helpful and i enjoyed reading it

  2. proper miranda
    5 years ago

    the site is well built.can i get st jerome emiliani's photograph

  3. jayulia
    5 years ago

    i aspire to be a saint like him

  4. Bobby
    5 years ago

    this was very helpful to me i want ya to inform me if yaknow any more websites about saints because i want to become one i am very inspired to be one

  5. John Joseph FINNEGAN
    5 years ago

    A true hero of his time.

  6. Ciaran Butler
    5 years ago

    St. Jerome Emiliani was truly a great man! May his witness to Christ be remembered for all eternity!

  7. gorgie -ray
    6 years ago

    i really like this saint i think about being one

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