Year of the Word: St. Jerome - Lectern Frontal LF450
Saint Jerome in Penitence.
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales have designated 2020 as 'The God Who Speaks': A Year of the Word to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Verbum
Domini - Pope
Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation on ‘The Word of the Lord’, and the 1600th
anniversary of death of St Jerome, who translated the Bible into Latin.
One of the fathers of the western Christian Church, Saint Jerome (342-420 AD) is best known for translating the Bible into Latin. This painting refers to the four years he spent in the Syrian desert, where he lived the life of a hermit, studying Hebrew and contemplating upon his sins.
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