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St. Jerome, Doctor and Curmudgeon

I’ve had a soft spot for St. Jerome ever since I heard on a radio show that he was a pretty crabby guy.

We cranky people have to stick together. 93 more words


It's International Translation Day!

So says the International Federation of Translators! And Wikipedia reports that the choice of date has a Christian foundation:

International Translation Day is celebrated every year on 30 September on the feast of…

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The Residency Road Trip: Soaring Gardens Week Four

This is the last week at Soaring Gardens – at least this time around! I’m determined that I’ll come back at some point and work in this space again. 2,525 more words

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Saint Jerome Feast Day

In celebration of the brilliant St. Jerome on his feast day, here’s a mildly blasphemous comic. Seeing as how there’s a legend of Jerome acquiring a pet lion… 20 more words


Feast of St. Jerome

Blessed feast of St. Jerome!

St. Jerome, Doctor of the Church, patron of librarians, and translator of Holy Scripture into Latin (which version is now called the Vulgate), is particularly known for having been a grumpy or irascible saint. 440 more words

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Please take a few moments to view the Silver Plated Icon – Four Saints #2… 74 more words

Breaking the Barriers

Another weekend. Another win. Still second in the Premier League. It’s boring winning all the time isn’t it?

I’ll stop before I get too ahead of myself as undoubtedly my confidence will cause a more painful fall back down to earth. 570 more words