On St. Jerome and His Followers

September 30, 420 is the day of the death of St. Jerome, a Church Father, theologian, and the translator of the Holy Scripture into Latin. Of the many texts written by him, it is the translation of the Bible, entitled Vulgate and recognized as a canonical text of the Western Church, that is remembered best. Edited anew in the second half of the 20th century, it remains the official version of the Bible of the Roman Catholic Church.

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