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  • [Catholic Caucus] Saint Jerome, Priest, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church (Gueranger)

    09/29/2017 9:29:04 PM PDT · by CMRosary · 1 replies
    White Double “I know not Vitalis, I reject Meletius, I pass by Paulinus; he that cleaveth to the Chair of Peter, he is mine.” Thus, about the year 376, when the whole East was disturbed by the competitions for the episcopal See of Antioch, wrote an unknown monk to Pope St. Damasus. It was St. Jerome, a native of Dalmatia, who implored “light for his soul redeemed by the Blood of our Lord.” Far from Stridonium, his semi-barbarous native place, whose austerity and vigor he never lost; far from Rome, where the study of literature and philosophy had not...
  • 12 Historical Quotes Against Sodomy That Every Christian Should Know

    01/03/2014 8:40:04 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 19 replies
    Virtue Online ^ | 12-14-13 | TFP Student Action
    For millennia the Catholic Church has consistently opposed unnatural vice. Here is a brief sampling of useful quotes from Saints, Doctors of the Church, Church Fathers and Ecclesiastical Writers who condemn homosexual vice in their writings. 1. Athenagoras of Athens (2nd Century) Athenagoras of Athens was a philosopher who converted to Christianity in the second century. He shows that the pagans, who were totally immoral, did not even refrain from sins against nature: "But though such is our character (Oh. why should I speak of things unfit to be uttered?), the things said of us are an example of the...
  • The great Church scholar who lived in a cave for 32 years

    09/30/2012 2:44:34 PM PDT · by NYer · 15 replies
    Catholic Herald ^ | September 30, 2012
    Tintorettos painting of the ascetic and acerbic St Jerome Jerome (c 347-420), the greatest scholar among the Church Fathers, made the Latin translation of the Bible which became known as the Vulgate.He was, however, a contentious individual, with a penchant for sarcasm which readily created enemies. If he will only conceal his nose and hold his tongue, he wrote of one opponent, he might yet be taken as handsome and learned.Jerome was born at Stridon, near Ljubljana in modern Slovenia. He was not baptised until he went to study in Rome as a teenager.His early propensity for idleness and amusement...
  • Book To Reveal Obama's True Identity? (DRUDGE EXCLUSIVE)

    04/20/2011 8:31:56 AM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 131 replies ^ | 4/20/2011 | Jerome Corsi/Drudge
    'MISSING RECORDS IN HAWAII, MISSING RECORDS IN KENYA, MISSING RECORDS IN INDONESIA'... BOOK TO REVEAL OBAMA'S 'TRUE' IDENTITY? Wed Apr 20 2011 10:35:52 ET **Exclusive** This year's high stakes publishing project quietly went to press this week, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. After years of research and digging by the nation's top private investigators, here it comes: "WHERE'S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE? The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President." MORE The street date is a LONG month away, and author Jerome Corsi, the man who torpedoed John Kerry's presidential dreams with SWIFT BOAT, has gone underground and...
  • When a Universal Tradition of the Church is Wrong

    04/21/2010 7:55:27 AM PDT · by restornu · 59 replies · 788+ views
    St. Louis University ^ | 1999 | Gregory Johnson
    When a Universal Tradition of the Church is Wrong Canon, Text, and Jerome's ad fontes call to the Hebraica Veritas Gregory Johnson St. Louis University Fall 1999 Between 391 and 405, Jerome, the trilingual monk and scholar in Bethlehem, set about the project of translating the Old Testament into Latin. Jerome's standard for translation was not the Greek Septuagint (LXX) universally accepted among the Christians, but rather the Hebrew text received from Judaism.[1] For this endeavor, Jerome drew criticism from many sides, not the least being his friend Augustine, bishop of Hippo. This paper will seek to establish...
  • What happened to Jerome Corsi

    10/14/2008 7:50:10 AM PDT · by BornToBeAmerican · 35 replies · 3,100+ views
    I'm sorry if this should not be posted. But I thought Jerome Corsi had a heap of dirt on Obama and his cousin in Kenya. Hannity was to have him on last night, but nothing!!!!! Not even a mention. Does anyone know what is going on with this?
  • Jerome Corsi - Obama & Odinga of Kenya (Hannity in the mix) 10 OCT 2008

    10/08/2008 9:00:56 PM PDT · by PureSolace · 52 replies · 2,249+ views
    Sean Hannity Radio Show ^ | 10/08/08 | wheetypeedy, Jerome Corsi, Sean Hannity
    Follow the yellow brick road...
  • The Trial of Jerome

    02/07/2008 7:02:42 PM PST · by Manfred the Wonder Dawg · 102 replies · 141+ views
    Search God's Word ^ | Wylie, J. A.
    When the accusations were communicated to Jerome, he refused to reply to them in prison; he demanded to be heard in public. With this request his judges deemed it expedient to comply; and on May 23rd, 1416, he was taken to the cathedral church, where the Council had assembled to proceed with his cause. [1] The Fathers feared exceedingly the effect of the eloquence of their prisoner, and they strove to limit him in his defences to a simple "Yes" or "No." "What injustice! What cruelty!" exclaimed Jerome. "You have held me shut up three hundred and forty days in...
  • Brooks 1, Kos 0: Markos, Speak Up! (Leftie turns on Kos)

    06/25/2006 6:21:47 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 53 replies · 1,973+ views
    Huffington Post ^ | 6/25/06 | Jesse Kornbluth
    We spent Saturday at the Ice Grottos. After a week in Aspen, we're finally acclimated to breathing at 8,000+ feet, so this was a glorious day, the best so far --- we read for hours on the shore of a mountain stream as our daughter played with dolls in the sand. So it wasn't until after dinner that I logged on and saw the David Brooks column that makes Markos Moulitsas Zniga, proprietor of, look as smarmy as Karl Rove. My wife, Karen Collins, is a devoted Kossack and a frequent poster on the site's message boards, so I...
  • Is Harriet Miers 'Unfit for Judging'?

    10/04/2005 4:52:23 AM PDT · by Nephi · 28 replies · 1,124+ views
    World Net ^ | 10/4/05 | Jerome Corsi
    For the moment, George Bush can stop worrying about where Harriet Miers stands on abortion. The larger question is soon about to be an even messier one: How exactly does Ms. Miers fit into the never-ending George Bush National Guard controversy and the Texas Lottery pay-off scandals? Here we go again.
  • Jerome Corsi: Riot in Iran

    07/12/2005 11:44:50 AM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 47 replies · 1,518+ views
    WND ^ | July 12, 2005 | Jerome Corsi
    I have been receiving phone calls today from credible Iranians around the world who are saying that the mullahs and their hired thugs are beating and arresting activist dissidents who are outside Evin Prison protesting for the release of Akbar Ganji, who has been on a hunger strike for the last month. Ganji has gained international attention, not only because of his hunger strike, but also for his series of reports investigating the murders of several prominent dissidents and intellectuals. The mullahs imprisoned Ganji to silence him. His writing was very effective in showing the black hand of the mullahs...
  • "Corsi v Kerry 2: the senate seat" CARTOON

    11/27/2004 4:56:05 PM PST · by IPWGOP · 26 replies · 2,058+ views ^ | 11/27/2004 | IPWGOP
    Corsi vs Kerry, 2: the Senate Seat Corsi sets his sites on defeating John Kerry again, this time it's Kerry's Massachusetts Senate seat. click on cartoon to see larger version This is an email-able, copyright-ready graphic you can usein emails, on blogs, in flyers, on posters... anything that's noncommercial.
  • The Life of St. Morgan of Wales AKA Pelagius

    08/04/2004 12:32:44 PM PDT · by xzins · 58 replies · 769+ views
    The Life of St. Morgan of Wales AKA Pelagius Early Life and Education St. Morgan of Wales is more commonly known by his Latin name Pelagius Britto -- indicating his association with the sea and Celtic British origins. He was born around 360 A.D. in South Wales in Bangor-is-y-coed or Caerlleon-ar-wsyg near the Severn estuary. He came from a Christian romanized Celtic background, the son of a decurion. Morgan received a Latin education and was taught Holy Scriptures, inheriting the Celtic tradition which had links with the Church of Gaul and the Eastern Church. An emphasis was placed on...
  • 1 John 5:7

    03/14/2003 12:48:25 PM PST · by Commander8 · 1 replies · 229+ views
    QUESTION: Is it true that 1 John 5:7 is not in any Greek manuscript before the 1600s? If it is true, why is it in the King James Bible?
  • The Authorized Version part 2

    03/03/2003 5:31:23 PM PST · by Commander8 · 1 replies · 210+ views
    An Understandable History of The Bible ^ | 1987 | Dr. Samuel C Gipp Th.D
    LANCELOT ANDREWS Dr. Lancelot Andrews, a member of the Westmenster Company is known for his linguistic ability.
  • The Enemy part 2

    02/28/2003 2:17:46 PM PST · by Commander8 · 7 replies · 198+ views
    An Understandable History of The Bible ^ | 1987 | Dr. Samuel C Gipp Th.D
    A New Plan Let it be remebered, JESUITS DO NOT GIVE UP. They would have to bide their time. They would once again resort to undercover activities as they had so many times before. Their task would be a difficult one, yet for the unfaltering Jesuits, not impossible. They would have to discredit the Reformation. They would have to dislodge the Universal Greek Text from the firm position it once held in the minds and hearts of English scholarship. The would have to "wean" Protestantism back into the fold of Rome. To do this they would use the same plan...
  • The Enemy (Part 1)

    02/26/2003 8:21:04 PM PST · by Commander8 · 2 replies · 236+ views
    An Understandable History of The Bible ^ | 1987 | Dr Samuel C Gipp Th.D
    "It is necessary to salvation that every man submit to the Pope." (Boniface VII Unum Sanctum, 1303)
  • The Witnesses

    02/26/2003 7:11:12 PM PST · by Commander8 · 1 replies · 275+ views
    An Understandable History of The Bible ^ | 1987 | Dr. Samuel C Gipp Th.D
    It would be extremely beneficial at this point if we could simply produce the original autographs for examination. This would greatly simplify the operation of establishing correctly the New Testament Text. But this simply cannot happen. It has long been acknowledged by scholars that we no longer have the "originals." They have long since passed from the scene. This is due to the fact that scribes were known to destroy worn out MSS after they had copied them. Apparently the church valued the WORDS of the original more than the original itself. Therefore, the readings of the originals must be...
  • QUESTION #57

    02/18/2003 5:35:49 PM PST · by Commander8 · 192+ views
    The Answer Book ^ | 1989 | Dr. Samuel C Gipp
    QUESTION: Was Erasmus, the editor of the Textus Receptus, a "good" Roman Catholic? ANSWER: Erasmus, who edited the Greek text which was later to be known as the Textus Receptus, was an embarassment to the pope and a poor example of a "good" Roman Catholic.