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Recalibrating. 30 September 2013. O God, who gave the Priest St. Jerome a living and tender love for Sacred Scripture, grant that your people may be ever more fruitfully nourished by your Word and find in it the fount of life. Through Christ our Lord. St. Jerome 30 September 2013.

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recalibrating

Recalibrating

30 September 2013

today s prayer

O God, who gave the Priest St. Jerome a living and tender love for Sacred Scripture, grant that your people may be ever more fruitfully nourished by your Word and find in it the fount of life.

Through Christ our Lord.

St. Jerome

30 September 2013

Today’s Prayer
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God’s angry man, His crotchety scholarWas Saint Jerome,The great name-callerWho cared not a dimeFor the laws of LibelAnd in his spare timeTranslated the Bible.Quick to disparageAll joys but learningJerome thought marriageBetter than burning;But didn’t like woman’sPainted cheeks;Didn’t like Romans,Didn’t like Greeks,Hated PagansFor their Pagan ways,Yet doted on Cicero all of his days.

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A born reformer, cross and gifted,He scolded mankindSterner than Swift did;Worked to saveThe world from the heathen;Fled to a caveFor peace to breathe in,Promptly wherewithFor miles aroundHe filled the air withFury and sound.In a mighty proseFor Almighty ends,He thrust at his foes,Quarreled with his friends,And served his Master,Though with complaint.He wasn’t a plaster sort of a saint.

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God’s angry man, His crotchety scholarWas Saint Jerome,The great name-callerWho cared not a dimeFor the laws of LibelAnd in his spare timeTranslated the Bible.Quick to disparageAll joys but learningJerome thought marriageBetter than burning;But didn’t like woman’sPainted cheeks;Didn’t like Romans,Didn’t like Greeks,Hated PagansFor their Pagan ways,Yet doted on Cicero all of his days.

for homework

Re-read Genesis 1-3.

    • Yes, I know we have read this multiple times, but now I want us to read it in light of Dei Verbum. We will move on from these accounts of creation and of the so-called Fall by week’s end.
  • Be prepared for a quiz tomorrow. For real.
For homework