A Saint in Progress: Seeing Leonardo Da Vinci's St. Jerome

Posted by Carolyn Pirtle on Sep 30, 2019 3:52:12 PM

Today, September 30, the Church celebrates the feast of St. Jerome (ca. 345/7–420), one of the four great Latin doctors of the Church, along with Sts. Ambrose, Augustine, and Gregory the Great. He is primarily known for translating the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures (both Old and New Testaments) into Latin. His translation, known as the Vulgate, was adopted as the official Latin translation of the Bible.

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Topics: art, Scripture, Scriptures, St. Jerome, Leonardo Da Vinci, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Praying with Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians

Posted by Bill Schmitt on Jun 28, 2019 11:48:39 AM

What could “tough love” possibly have to do with the dual sense of consolation I experienced last month in a special prayer service? My wife and I gathered with our parish family to express solidarity with fellow Christians and to see more clearly our need for trust in Our Lord and the Blessed Mother.

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Topics: art, communion of saints, Mary, saints, martyrdom, iconography

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