Saint Jerome


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Noun1.Saint Jerome - (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian Church whose major work was his translation of the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin (which became the Vulgate)Saint Jerome - (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian Church whose major work was his translation of the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin (which became the Vulgate); a saint and Doctor of the Church (347-420)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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8) The king himself specifically ordered that "the Saint Jerome on the outside of the Reliquary be redone and those women removed and replaced by angels.
One of the main elements of the resolution is the proclamation of September 30 the Saint Jerome Day, which is traditionally considered the patron of translators the International Translation Day.
He said it was in 1953 that the International Translation Federation had decided to celebrate 30 September as the 'Translation day' which was dedicated to Saint Jerome who had ruled during 342 to 420 CE and translated the Bible from Hebrew language into Latin language.
Among the martyr poems in Sight and Song are accounts of Saint Katharine, Saint Jerome, and two of Saint Sebastian, as well as several depicting the death and resurrection of Jesus.
He finds the collections wholly fictitious and representing allusions to other literary works--Ammianus Marcellinus, Saint Jerome, and Suetonius, respectively, posits the identification of these allusions as one of the primary purposes for which the work was created.
Jerome Parish Church in Morong, Rizal, in solemn commemoration of the Feast of Saint Jerome (San Geronimo), the greatest translator of the Holy Bible, and the patron of theological learning, translators, and librarians.
But it is the Washington show that demonstrates the grand sweep of El Greco's career, from Christ Cleansing the Temple (probably before 1570), which straddles his late Byzantine roots and the Italian Renaissance world, to the unfinished but boldly expressive Saint Jerome (1610-14).
Jamie Osborne's Saint Jerome has taken well to hurdling and should go very close in his bid to complete a four-timer.
JAMIE OSBORNE took his strikerate for the jumps season to 66 per cent as his only jumper, Saint Jerome, made it two wins from three starts over hurdles when making all to land the 2m novice event.
Beginning with Albrecht Diirer's (1471-1528) engraving Melancholia I (1514), the author discusses instances of the representation of melancholic personalities from images of Saint Jerome (ca.
This same animated spirit is found in Bernini's terracotta sketches, such as Model for the Fountain of the Moor, Saint Teresa in Ecstasy and Head of Saint Jerome (c 1661).