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"saint jerome" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
"I'd like for you to keep in mind that, and I know you've probably heard this parable one hundred times, but a talent, one single talent. This was a measure of money and in. Biblical. Biblical language. Actually, talent was not just the money. It was any sort of goods that were traded. So but a measure of money, let's just keep in mind that one talent was worth sixteen more than sixteen years, wages years. So one talent, sixteen years worth of wages. Now, I'm not GonNa read this whole thing because it's pretty long and we know the story, but it says in Matthew Twenty, five verse fourteen for the Kingdom of Heaven. Is like a man. To far country who called his own servants and delivered his goods to them. See he's talking about goods. They're not just money and to one. He gave five talents that would have been eighty years plus worth of money years, wages, worth of money. So he gave one five talents to another. He gave to that would have been thirty two years worth of wages, and to another, he gave one that would have been sixteen years wages to each according to. To his own ability. Okay. So that's an important point to each according to his own ability. So God gives us different abilities and so he gives us a responsibility. Okay, and that's an obvious thing from this parable. But what's not so obvious is if we just changed the wording around just a little bit saint, Jerome said that when God or Jesus, when he called the apostles, he gave them the Gospel doctrine to SOM-, he gave more and others. Others he gave less and not because he was being stingy, but he was meeting the capacity of the one who was receiving the gift of the Gospel. So in the five and the two and the one talents, we recognize the diversity of gifts where with we have been entrusted. Saint Jerome says an origin agrees he talks about the diversity of gifts. When will we're talking about the talents and it's it is financial here in the the parable. parable, but we know also its goods, and now we see from the fathers that it also includes gifts from God. Saint Gregory, said to hide one's talent in the earth is to devote the ability we have received two worldly business. So to him earthly nece then is when when the unfaithful servant takes his talent and he has it in the dirt and eat he buries it. Then he is actually according Saint, Gregory, he is actually he's using his. Talents and his gifts for earthly ends and not spiritual ones. It's also important in verse twenty, nine of that same parable in chapter twenty, five Jesus for to everyone who has more will be given and he will have abundance. But from him who does not have even what he has will be taken away and cast the unprofitable servant into the outer darkness. There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
"saint jerome" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina
"The cities the islands the towns the municipalities the council's the very army camps. The tribunal's the assemblies the palace the Senate the forum. We have left you only your temples later in the same work. He notes that Christians could be found everywhere working beside their pagan neighbors. Look in the forum. Look in the baths. The booths the workshops the INS the weekly market look in any other places of commerce. And you'll find Christians. There are plenty. Christianity may have been young in North Africa but it was already flourishing. It's numbers were already obvious and impressive. If this were not true would never have said it? As a boast to his fiercest opponents. They would've used his exaggeration as a reason to dismiss his entire argument. I believe Tortola. Confidence is evidence that Christianity was already winning in one ninety five ad in that its victory seemed inevitable to Christians and frightening to the Roman establishment. Tortola new their fears and he played on them. He played them like a Grand Piano. When he said the blood of martyrs is seed he knew exactly how it would resonate. He knew that his opponents news was delivering a truth with blunt force. Much of what turtle. Ian Road involved controversy in some way and he didn't only go after pagans he also went after Christian. Heretics like Marsin Valentinus her Majdi's process and a host of otherwise forgotten teachers of narcissism. He was always in the game to win but he was not simply a demolition man. He crafted a positive theology. That is really the first of its kind Erin. As wrote a sprawling work against the heresies but it proceeds by fits and starts and rambles. It's not a sustained or systematic argument TUR- Tolan's books on the contrary are works of literary art there. Exposition is carefully plotted and executed. They entertain while they edify and every sentence sparkles his treatises cover a wide range of theological topics from baptism to prayer from penance. To the trinity from the immortality of the soul to the resurrection of the flesh. Surely it was hard for our man to be humble when he was perfect in so many ways. He admits in his books that he struggled with self restraint and forbearance. He actually wrote a book titled On Patients. And he turned its introduction into a good humored confession of his sins. These faults may have been his undoing. We know that he grew increasingly impatient with the hierarchy both the African bishops and the Pope in Rome. He thought that they were far too. Lax in their forgiveness of sins especially sexual sins from around the year two. Oh Five. We find him expressing strong sympathy for the monetised movement. A somewhat anarchic group that emphasized prophecy and the action of the Holy Spirit. They insisted on extreme sexism and perfectionist. Moral Rigor they relied on ecstasy's for revelations of the spirit and they considered these revelations superior to anything the Catholic hierarchy had offer Tortellini. Continued to right through this mountainous phase. It's difficult to know how far his sympathies took him. Eventually the montainous road there wave of ECSTASIES onto some pretty strange shores. Eventually they found themselves excommunicated. But we just don't know to what extent totally was involved in. All of that. Saint Jerome tells us that you're totally lived to a very old age. Some later sources say that he died outside the church but that seems unlikely as his influence in the Latin Church. Never dimmed. Or even flickered in two fifty the bishop of Carthage Ciprian referred to Tortola as the master. It's implausible that the memory of a heretic would be hallowed by such an unimpeachably Orthodox bishop especially a bishop who reigned Intertoto Ian City so soon after trillions death. There's so much to say about her toluene. A figure of his importance really requires more than one episode and so I'll end our brief sketch of his life. I hope you'll join me for discussion of his amazing works. But before you go. I'd like to ask your help. We want to keep these podcasts and spread the message of the fathers but like most nonprofits and most businesses Catholic culture has suffered a major setback during the current corona virus pandemic..
"saint jerome" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Crusade Channel News News you can trust because the truth can be trusted from the Crusade Channel News Desk. Here's Stacy Cohen. Good Morning Crusaders welcomed Tuesday January seven twenty twenty. I'm MM Stacey cohan reporting from the Crusade Channel News desk at the Cohen ranch in Winkelmann Arizona. This report is brought to you by McClure tables using Michigan hardwoods in Michigan to make the best made in the USA shuffleboard on the market shuffle on over to McClure tables dot com. That's M. C. C. L. U. R. E. TABLES DOT DOT COM. Here's what to listen for this hour. President trump wanted to take down all of Iran's cultural sites but found out that's against the rules of war. John Bolton has a book coming out and he said he's willing to testify of called the do so are the two tied together in other news. The show started. And I'll tell you a few new things that you might WanNa WanNa know about Secretary of Defense Mark Asper Monday contradicted president trump by asserting the. US would not target Iranian cultural sites amid rising tensions agents after a US strike killed Iranian military commander Qassam Soleimani. We follow the laws of armed conflict as spur said when pressed if that meant not targeting Iranian cultural sites Esper- replied. That's the laws of armed conflict. The comments come one day after trump reiterated his threat to target Iranian cultural troll sites in a conversation with reporters aboard Air Force One. They're allowed to kill our people. They're allowed to torture and may mar people. They're allowed to use roadside bombs and blow up our people and were not allowed to touch their cultural sites. It doesn't work that way. Trump said according to a pool report the threats have been met with criticism Zim because it is against international law to target cultural rather than military sites and the US military's policy has long been to avoid striking areas. He is of cultural importance. John Bolton squeaked out on Monday that he is willing to testify of called deduce Oh he also has a book coming out. I'm sure they're not tied together anyway. Handful of key Republican senators dodged questions Monday on whether they'd support a subpoena for former White House national security adviser John Bolton to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump even as most of their GOP colleagues had expressed strong resistance to calling him to come before the body the GOP senators hold the key to whether Bolton will offer his much anticipated testimony since fifty. One senators can vote a to subpoena witnesses in an impeachment trial. meaning that the forty seven Senate Democrats would need to pick up four. GOP defectors coming up are saying of the day he authored third many works on the Bible and Church doctrine and his writings were so respected. That Saint Jerome used him for his own scholarly endeavors quota. The day. 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Go to proceed channel DOT COM forward slash abcradio. That's say channel DOT com slash. They are seen. As the day is Saint Lucien the lojane scholar and martyr praised by Saint John Kristofferson and jerome spiritual scholar Lucien studied at Edessa he was ordained at Antioch as a Presbyterian he authored many works on the Bible and Church doctrine and his writings were so respected. That Saint Jerome Use Lucien. For his own scholarly endeavors little has survived evolutions works but tradition declares that the second of the four creeds was composed imposed by Lucian. He also supposedly established the famed Theological School of Antioch Lucian was arrested in Nikko Media and was wracked out. And put to death. The last persecutions of the church by Roman officials authorities in Wisconsin were searching money for driver. He shot two youths who. We're throwing a snowball at his car. 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"saint jerome" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"The church in its history has had a reputation for mistreating the Jewish community. However, there have been bright spots of those that went against the grain seventeen hundred years ago, Saint Jerome was one of those bright spots in the history of relations between the church and the Jewish people. Welcome to the friends of Israel today. I'm Steve con over with me is our hosting teacher, Chris catava and Steve you're spot on the church in its past. It persecuted Jewish people physically. It's spread lies about their religious practices. It was called the blood libels and the church even murdered Jewish people in the past. But today on the program, we're actually going to focus on Saint Jerome because Dr Bill Cruzan recently did a whole dissertation, a book called Jerome, the Jews innovative super session ISM, and he highlights how Jerome was an influential theologian who really went against the grain as you said and worked to build ties with the Jewish community that he worked with right in Bethlehem, where we look forward to having Dr cruise with us in the news of French imam recently said something out of the ordinary about Israel, and the Jewish community essential Gumi, currently heading delegation of French Muslims in Israel said that anti Zionism is anti-semitism. And blame the Muslim Brotherhood for incitement against Jews in France and Belgium, Shalgham e believes anti Zionism is just a mask, to make anti-semitism more palatable and polite. The thing that's interesting about this is that Shalgham me is a French imam. He's Muslim, and you can see right away when he talks about the fact that he's that he believes that anti Zionism is anti semitism. What he's saying is this people who hate Israel are actually just trying to use politics to spread lies about the Jewish people. That's called anti semitism, the hatred of Jewish people. And, you know, I actually think this, this guy is spot on. He is really changing minds. I love that. He's leading delegations to Israel to open other Muslims minds about the good that Israel is doing, and I think he's spot on, when he says that those who speak negatively about Israel also want to see Israel wiped off the map, and this just blatant antisemitism. I'll tell you this. The world needs more hustle. Shalgham.
"saint jerome" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I can't remember how long it's been. I'm sorry to say, I am working on it. But the paranormal field has kind of dried up a bit in fact on I'm sorry to say, I have actually seen people start to leave it. I think it kind of got oversaturated. And unfortunately, we do not have the undeniable proof that people really look for and believe it or not if you actually study history the same thing happened two hundred years ago. So there's really no big shock, but it's just a little bit quieter. So in December of two thousand seventeen I graduated with my third and final graduate degree. I now have degrees in history and classics is undergrad and graduate degrees in religious studies. Humanities and now liberal studies. It's a literature based Lerma studies, and I have a doctorate in leadership in education. So. Probably my last degree. So that was kind of sad, but I made it, and so here we are part of the reason that I started to look into saints is because I'm also doing my final study abroad over in Rome this summer. So I am a professor and for the past. Let's see since about twenty eleven so I guess the past seven years or so we have been going over to Rome and Florence for ten days where I actually teach world religion to students from this area who go with us. It's really cool because in that class. I have the best guest speaker we go to see the pope talked to the crowd the audience. So I'm like, yes. My guest speaker is pope Francis. It's awesome. But starting next year they are heading over to Canada and walk candidate is a lovely country. And I greatly admire our neighbors to the north draw. Canada is the home country of William Shatner. It's hard to leave the pats it's gotten harder. So essentially, I'm just taking a break from studying abroad. I will be stateside for a while. But that's okay. Because I want to check out places like Chattanooga. Tennessee Asheville, North Carolina. Maybe take a look around as statewide and get to know this area bit more and see if there's some changes coming up, you just never know. So because we are preparing to go into the heart of Catholic country. I found a nice little book to refresh my memory on some of these saints. It is called the book of saints by Jenny shrewd. Now, this book is actually really neat. I was really super excited because they actually referenced one of our local miracles that. I have not thought about in years so many years ago in Clearwater, Florida. A rather unique phenomenon that happened. There was a building that was cutting down some vegetation and discovered what they thought was a giant two story manifestation of Mary. So an image of Mary, I tend to be a little bit more skeptical on that one primarily. Because unfortunately, it most likely was produced by water on a film coated glass and the vegetation. They took down was a palm tree which very easily could have kind of channeled the water into the shape of the head. But it was still a magnificent sight this book actually did breakfast, sadly enough part of the reason. I haven't thought about it in a number of years is that this is kind of when you learn that humanity sucks, and I think I would just rather spend time with my grumble of poems at home because you had chokes that actually went up to the image and attempted to port chemicals on it. So that they would destroy the image actually recovered from that, which you gotta give it some credit that was pretty cool, but eventually some teenagers took a pellet gun and shot out the top pane of glass, and that is what destroyed the image. But until then I mean people held vigils their the building ended up being bought by Catholic. Boy, are they need rosaries inside it just had a really positive vibe. But once again. And local humanity messes up, you know, bought from that extreme this book talks about some of the best of humanity. And those are the saints and the saints are truly fascinating people. We have to love them. They're supposed to represent the best of us. Now with a lot of people don't realize is that saints are kind of they can be combustions. They can be very predictable. They can be highly irritable. Oftentimes, they were persecuted and they died badly. Now. These guys I'm happy to say, they seem to die pretty decently of old age primarily, but there are some of the saints that stood up as a social protest, and we're ultimately executed, and we have to you don't have to agree with them. But you have to see that people who tried to change the world, and who are willing to die for that belief. I mean, that's that's really exceptional. And it's hard to do it's harder than you think. So I find them to be rather fascinating individuals. And of course, they remind me a little bit of the mythologies of the ancient world a lot of these. Stories are word of mouth, they were word of mouth and oral stories associated with local cultures that kept them alive. These were originally real people. But as the story is told kind of like our urban legends and legends and more, they became more and more mythological and symbolic in nature. So they're really fascinating though. And I I hope that you enjoy this episode as much as I do. So we are going to start off with Saint Hofburg and the otters Saint Cuthbert was moving in six thirty five. He became a mom. Okay. And he actually served in both Linda foreign priory and Melrose abbey. He traveled throughout the countryside often times going to very remote areas to preach. He loved to pray out at nature now eventually he ended up settling at the abbey of coding him. Which was and I love this. You gotta love these live kind of these very regular regulated out of the norm. Lives where they kind of segregate themselves away from the corruption of society. And so this house he was actually on a seaside cliff? Like, wow, I don't know. I live a few miles from the beach. I have no desire to live over it. But you know, this is the middle ages early very early middle ages, right? Technically, still the dark ages. So Europe's dark ages hit from the fall of Rome to you get the Carolingian renaissance, and then really kind of start climbing out of this darkness colleague, ninth tenth centuries. So you've got quite a ways to get with this. Anyway, Cuthbert was very unusual cerrell. Here's a hard worker. I gotta give this dot credit. He would stay with amongst all day. He would pray with them and work with them. And then you go to bed for a couple of hours and once everybody was asleep. He would get up, and he would disappear into the night and one of the brothers discovered this, and he was kind of suspicious. I mean, you know, Cuthbert was kind of a weird guy. And so one night he waits and he follows Cuthbert. When he tries to sneak out at the abbey, and here is what he sees. So our beloved Saint wades into the ocean up to like his chest. He would raise his arms above his head. And he prayed all night literally all night, and then he would come up out of the ocean, dry off and go to morning prayers with the monks. I'm like this guy was hard core. And so this monk watched Cuthbert do this. And at the first light of dawn Cuthbert walked out of the ocean came back to the shore. And he no for more prayers. And while this monk was watching Cuthbert. He discovered was followed by two authors who panted on the saints feet to dry them, and then snuggled against his body to try and warm them with his for and Cuthbert completed his prayer the otter state, and they actually knelt before him in the sand. They stayed there until Cuthbert offered them his blessing. And then the others went back into the sea. This monk is watching this. And he's scoring. Okay. And he goes back to the monastic order, and he gets every four Cuthbert. And he kind of didn't know what to do and the site was so overwhelming that after the morning prayers. He sees Cuthbert, and he actually falls to his knees and begins to weep. And he he tells the same. He's done something terrible. The saints has what what is it and the mom confesses to having followed him and everything that he saw Cuthbert offered his forgiveness to this man on one condition that he would never tell what hit seen until after the same had died and the agreed and kept the secret for all of Cuthbert's live when the Saint died in six eighty seven. There was a pretty good life fifty two years, the the dark ages you had a loss of life span there. The monarch actually told story to anyone who would listen. So what was interesting is that after the same died. A shrine was created on the holy island of Windsor farm. In England in eight seventy five fear of a Danish invasion threatened, the monastic order and the monks packed up. Cuthbert's relics carry the relics with them for seven years until they were provided, but they save church to house the man and his holy holiday is March. Twentieth. So he's kind of an interesting guy and oddly enough, he is not the only guy to encounter offers. So we'll take a look at shortly our second Saint there, we go in Saint cabinet, and who was born in Ireland and four eighty nine also are kind of the claps of Rome. If you're not familiar with the time period, I always loved this. Because this is when the Irish get to save history because the clocks Rome kind of took so long to get up to Ireland. It was actually the intellectual center for like fifty years. That's all right. But fifty years is fifty years, you know, so thank heaven. He was born in Ireland. His mother actually had no pregnancy pains. And that's always a sign of sainthood because of course, God condemns eve to have paintings of pain in childbirth. So that his mother had no pain significant. And so his mother named him Kevin, which means of gentle birth. He loved animals, and they really became his companions and the wilderness of Glenda Lau, so one line Saint Kevin sorry that just sounds. I know Kevin's, and I'm like, I'm not putting Saint in front of minutes to their names. But while Saint Kevin was praying with his arms extended in the open window of his hut up Blackburn landed on his hands and actually built a nest, and according to the legend Saint stood perfectly still for the bird, not only to build a nest, but to lay her eggs to raise the baby birds and to let the birds fly away so same Kevin parade for all that time. These birds were doing this thing. He also was an author guy who knew that. Saints an auditors were so close, right? So one cold winter night. He tries out into the icy waters of a lake to recite his prayers just after he victoriously recited the Solter the state accidentally dropped it into the lake. He stood there a moment. Feeling distressed and unsure how to proceed just then an offer surface clutching, the undamaged Salter in his mouth later. When the monks at Kevin's monastery or starving, the same ardor bought them salmon brought them salmon if he bought it that would be weird to so one day when the author appeared with the salmon one of the monks had an evil thoughts. Imagine that the authors felt would make some lovely gloves. I what did I say about human sucking? Right. Fortunately for the otter. And I love this the articles telepathic he could read the monks mine and he never again returned to. They actually chased the monk off thank heavens severely rebuked, the monk for his crew and greedy thought and another. Time saying Kevin was praying in a hollowed out tree trunk. He treasured his life of solitude and did not wish to be discovered. And while he was praying all the enough his feet stuck out of the back of the truck and a cow would come up and actually look his feet while he was praying and the same was so saintly that the cow who look just feet produced more milk than any other cow on the farm, and the farmer noticed this, and basically followed the cow to find out what in the world was going on and discovered Saint Kevin inside of this tree with this feet sticking out as prayed, well, it turns out that the same was very very sick. And I mean, he just literally was praying his life away the farmer basically insisted that Kevin come with him. And he nursed the same back to health. So the cow very likely saved the saints wife by leading the farmer back to the praying. Saint who interestingly enough part of the reason why he looked so bad is that he was eating nettles to stay alive. If you are not familiar saints often times had very odd diet and dietary restrictions like Saint Jerome the guy who is given credit for turning the ball gate into a proper form of Latin grammar, he's not the first guy to translate think he's the fourth, but the other guys are so bad at the grammatical adoption between Greek and Latin that nobody could read it. Well, Jerome had two female companions, and they actually assisted him in translating the bible into the appropriate Latin, and they were all just celebrate friends. But apparently they actually had like this weird diet of eating grass. So interesting about that for a little bit Kevin despite all of this one hundred and twenty years old and his feast day is celebrated in Ireland on June third and in America on July third. Oh, that's just coming up in a couple of weeks. All so what we're gonna do. This point is you've heard a little bit about the saints. Let's pause for a few more commercial messages. And when we come.
"saint jerome" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"NewsRadio WBZ M. The archdiocese of Chicago today announced new parish and the school structures for the Bridgeport neighborhood, some archdiocese churches and schools will merge. Others will close in one of the more notable decisions Saint Jerome Croatian parish and Saint Lucia Santa Maria in Coronado parishes. Will unite to form a new parish next July Santa Lucia Santamaria in Coronado will close no later than June of twenty twenty the archdiocese of Chicago says it has added ten names to its public list of clergy with substantiated allegations of Giles sex-abuse, the archdiocese issued a release this evening that said four of the individuals are priests from the archdiocese to our deacons to our x turn priests from diocese outside the US and two others are religious order priests. The list is previously contained the names of only priests of the archdiocese of Chicago who were alive when the first allegation against them was received and whose allegations were substantiated by the independent review. You board or a similar process skull? Go public school officials today. Updated city council members on steps being taken to address allegations of sexual violence involving students alderman, Susan said Lau ski Garza till district administrators counselors and social workers should be an every school something that is not the case. Now, she says by a long shot. No disrespect anybody here. This an office of student protections. Their school should be the office of student protection your schools, should protect you. When you walk in that building year schools, should protect you. We office of student projection says it's handled more than six hundred cases so far this school year of student on student sexual violence. WBZ.
"saint jerome" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Seven PM tonight. Yet day of is perfect. What else do we have in the mailbox, Geno? We got one more Email. Okay. Love this next one. This one's actually from a male listener named K K writes, I'm a big fan of the show. I'm a twenty eight year old male. And I finally moved into my own place in Los Angeles this summer. Congrats 'grats k from female perspective. What are the most important things you notice when you first walk into a man's apartment. Any information or tips are much appreciated? Okay. So when I first walked into Nick's apartment notice he lived in a big law because it was his art studio, and he lived there. But he there were no walls between the bedroom and the kitchen it was all just like one big space. I remember noticing. It was big, but it so much like a bachelor pad not like not like a a man cave. But he did have like an empty TV that had a poll in it for his clothes. And then he didn't have an actual closet. He had kept like, you know, those cardboard moving things that have the have. Racks where you can hang close. But they're cardboard in there for moving. Do you know what I'm talking about? I think so anyways, he had kept his car board boxes. He had kept his clothes in his carber boxes because he was like why do I need to buy a closet when there's a pole in these cardboard boxes? They are a closet then he had on his bed in art school. He had created this like. It's like Saint Jerome is the face, and he had like recreated like a mole like a ceramic mold of Saint Jerome, and it was on the middle of his bed almost like a throw pillow. But it was such a guy thing to do to be like I want to decorate my bed. Nice. And I make my bed. I'm gonna put like a big ceramic like face of Saint Jerome on my middle of Abed. It looked almost gothic. It was very weird. But I thought it was very endearing and Q so hot tip. If you're a mess just that you're an artist and it will come off off. Quirky xactly. I would say the things I so his personality was definitely showing through. It was almost like endearing a little adorable. But the things I paid attention to like whether a bunch of dishes in the sink like that's kind of gross. Like, what was there soap in the bathroom because you wanna like, you know, this guy like washes his hands after he goes to the bathroom. So make sure there's like soap is in there and the bathrooms not nasty. I would just say like stuffing clean because as a woman you like clean. You don't want to be like hooking up with the guy. That's like dirty. So. Like one of his apartments like dirty, and he's got like dirty dishes, and like, you know, ran out of Toby. Byrne doesn't have soap I'm just like, oh, kinda gross. I don't know. I wanna get you don't want. If you're in a frat house. I don't wanna get like naked with a guy that doesn't like wash his hands after pope's. I don't know. That's what I look. No. I totally agree like wind out just like, you know, copy a catalog Raleigh don't panic about having expensive things or like, you know, having looked like a perfect Pinterest board like clean is number one being fully stocked. Just having it look like an adult lives there. Don't have posters like unfree, posters tapes. The wall door don't go like any dorm room shit and like wash your sheets once a week. Yeah. Like girls can tell if you don't cleanliness, right, Geno. Anything cleanliness? I mean, I feel like for the most part women. We like have that touch where we were always gonna feel more at home in something that we've designed ourselves or it's just how it is..
"saint jerome" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"I mean, the Scots have more than just that sport. I think they have rock-throwing contests. Also, they'll chase a rabbit. They watch the clouds go across the sky. Is that competitive when they're watch the clouds. I don't think there's anything that a Scotsman can make competitive. They have tug of war, but they can't afford rope. So they just it's hard to imagine how rabbit on either side and pull. It's very brief. Inhumane support. The winner is the one with the largest portion of rabbit, but it's kind of funny that today we think Scotland is having this rich Beiber culture. That's that's a revisionist thing that no Englishman for centuries would have recognized for centuries. The English hated the Scots and not just hated them, but really thought they were subhuman and vice versa. To the English. The Scots were just a wild, lawless unchristian people. This goes back to early visitors. Saint Jerome writing down that the Scots were all cannibals. Like saints. Your own said that he had seen in this was not hit translated mistranslated. Someone else saying that he had seen Scottish tribes just ripping the buttocks off a shepherd and the breasts off the shepherd's wife, and just showing down on butts and rush hep rd buttocks. It is kind of funny that saints your is kind of titillating audience with these. I mean, what's shepherd's pie? Do you think I'd just be made of shepherd? It never occurred to me. It's it's from a single buttock. It's not off of what shepherd. It's not a pie made bias shepherd or four a shepherd. It's made of shepherds full of delicious shepherd God. If you look at the ingredients, it's like, number one ingredient. We arguing TD, you shepherd, buttocks, shepherd, number.
"saint jerome" Discussed on V103
"Remembering the thirteen year old girl who drowned last week in lake michigan on chicago's northside around two hundred people gathered last night for a big beach to mourn the death of dr liana torres killer stay says she was always happy made us laugh gave us good advice and life authorities say the teen died after she was swept up in late michigan's waves friday while swimming off loyola beach or funeral scheduled for saturday and saint jerome roman catholic church in chicago chicago weather some clouds then sunny high eighty three currently it's seventy six degrees that's what's happening i'm perry williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the steve harvey morning show on v one all three ever seen or graduate million who come back from vacation well listen coming up in about twenty minutes get ready guys twenty minutes after the hour we're going to play we've been waiting for the nephew you know more than me you could win a chance that does steve grand prize of one million hello but you can't play unless you register at steve harvey fm dot com okay are you smarter okay wait all right it's time now for entertainment news the lineup.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That as a link there for you to find out more about an archive club if you want to hear more of the show during the week that's the way to do it so please check that out there and of course you can follow us on twitter at jesus show at jesus show mary welcome the jesus christ show good morning sir thank you so much i'm in the process of reading my bible trying to learn from it and i have several protestant friends who insists that the king james version is the only bible that should be used now i have a dui rings and if i understand my history of the dewey rings correctly it is only two off the original it was it was translated by saint jerome into the vulgar latin from the original greek and hebrew texts so i'm kind of confused on how the king james bible can be the only bible when you have one that is a little less messed with that makes here's here's what it comes down to is you have there's only the original languages you've got what christians refer to as the old testament both in hebrew and aramaic you have the new testament although aramaic was the language of the day that is written in greek and unless you reading directly from those you're going to read a translation and a translation is going to go through the filter of somebody who's translating it all of them so you're talking about when it comes to the king james version you're talking about the bible that was translated in thirteen eighty four right so many english versions of come from that and there's a lot in english language that is changed and there's a lot of archaeology that has been discovered and there's a lot of understanding that has taken place in the four hundred some odd years since that was translated so when people get attached to this combat being the first english version when people get attached to these things and they think that they are the only one they're missing the point they start worshiping the word of god rather than god and they start getting into a will this is the better version it depends what you're doing but by no means is the king james the best version english version out there there are many versions the.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM
"Course that be can't because as you and i know that's not how god designed the faith that's not how jesus wanted the church and the relationship between church and scripture to to be on earth but i say that kind of just to say it's also a reminder to me that we as catholics can certainly learn more about scripture can't we we can certainly be more immersed in scripture it's sad to me that we have a reputation as catholics of being ignorant of scripture of not knowing about the word of god i have not knowing god's plan planet as saint jerome said ignorance of scripture is ignorance of christ you know you and i need to be be aware of of what christ teaches us through scripture but and here's the key point i think as interpreted by whom as interpreted by by me by father matthew by a separate individual or as interpreted by the church right that's why we need the church inside of the equation of scripture it's why you and i need the church inside of our lives so that we can look to to to the church to help us to open up scripture so with that in mind i want to give you a few thoughts about scripture making clear making clear that these are father matthews thoughts and ideas but we always submit to the church and the church is wider teachings so these are just some some thoughts that i could share with you about scripture raised some thoughts and not and that's not father matthews interpretation per se that that's the the final the final one here and i'm looking here at john fourteen let's read this together john fourteen.
"saint jerome" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"So the really wanted to find another way to do this and they wanted to do it more quickly so the first technology that develops is water pumped water and we have some reason to think that that may have been used as early as roman times although the evidence is kind of equivocal not really clear what's going on we know that women were massaged to orgasm in the time of the roman empire because juvenile is great pains to tell us so the women went to the bath houses and there were these big strapping young male masseurs with their vials of oil and their struggles say it's a it's a device for stimulating the skin it's it's it looks a lot like a curry comb you ever seen a curriculum for a horse it's like a current home per person and it struck you all over with that and we're all with oil and and they they massage you from head to foot and of course juvenile thought this was terrible women should never do this and in fact jerome saint jerome actually says in his book about all the do's and don'ts of christianity tells you the christians should never bays because it stirs up passions better left you know sleeping that was the first i'll just pumped water you remember that the war cure was very popular in the nineteenth century and the women would go and be treated at spas like at saratoga springs and at a hot springs arkansas you're very pocket wildly popular well there was something called the pelvic douche which i'll show you in a minute and you'll see why it was so popular those of you who own a charvis already know why it was popular and the second one that came along brace yourselves was the steam powered vibrator of eight hundred sixty nine but this was offered because you had to shovel coal into it.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Wasn't dallas earlier this week but listen john's muir ex beagles i got to visit the biko's at his apartment anybody listen to this program nose at one of our favorite guesses john's miric and ge chun's miric has to be gold puppies that i got to meet their named finnigan and rain i think you said this on the year the other day but they are so entertaining and delightful that we were watching something on tv at his apartment here in dallas the dogs crawl over you you're trying to watch tv in their crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and chris i it was it was they're the most entertaining sweet little creatures that i said i've got to tell the audience i gotta wrangle with uh you know to to rascic in wrangled in the beagles of the great john's miracle really really dredge your own w w e going on there precisely that's burly took words right out of my there you go now yes i i guess now well i wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly but when with the now this is from your book of course in the bible it's not mentioned in the bible but before saint john went to pat most where he was xi while died as an apostle apparently they cut off all his hair oh wait a second what you'd you'd jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the luther book which i found very entertaining and i was excited to write about it was the issue of relics in the in the in the in the middle ages relics were big thing in relics weeds simply mean that somebody would say this is you know the finger bone from st thomas uh or this is this is a 202 something this is a tooth from saint jerome and these things were were very highly regarded as this these of these are the the this is the by the of the mortal remains of one of the the holy seats you know and so so the problem of course is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud and so people would traffic in relics and it seems like every time he turn around 70 say this is.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To be go puppies that i got to meet their named finnigan and rain i think you said this on the year the other day but they are so entertaining and delightful that we we were watching something on tv at his apartment here in dallas the jobs crawl over you you're trying to watch tv in their crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and cry i it was it was they're the most entertaining sweet little creatures that i said i've got to tell the audience i gotta wrangle with the you know to to rascic in rangel the beagles of the great john's miracle really really dredge your own w w e going on their precise sleep that's burly took words right that of my there you go now yes i i guess now well i wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly but when with that now this is from your book of course in the bible it's not mentioned in the bible but before saint john went to pat most where he was exiled guide us in a pau gasol apparently they cut off all his hair oh wait a second what you'd you'd jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the luther book which i found very entertaining and i was excited to write about it was the issue of relics in the in the in the in the middle ages relics were big thing in relics we simply mean that somebody would say this is you know the finger bone from st thomas uh or this is this is on tuesday or something this is a tooth from saint jerome and these things were were very highly regarded as this these of these are the the the this is the body of the mortal remains of one of the the holy seats see known so so the problem of course is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud and so people would traffic in relics and it seems like every time you turn around 70 say this is.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The beagles at his apartment anybody listen to this program nose at one of our favorite guesses john's miric and chun's miric has to be goal puppies that i got to meet their named finnigan and rain i think you said this on the year the other day but they are so entertaining and delightful that we were watching something on tv at his apartment here in dallas the dogs crawl over you you're trying to watch tv in their crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and cry i it was it was they're the most entertaining sweet little creatures that i said i've got to tell the audience i gotta wrangle with the you know to to rascic in wrangle with the beagles of the great john's miracle really really dread your own w w e going on there precisely that's burly took words right at of my there you go now yes i s well i wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly but when with the now this is from your book of course in the bible it's not mentioned in the bible but before saint john went to pat most where he was exiled died as an apostle apparently they cut off all his hair oh wait a second what you'd easy jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the luther book which i found very entertaining and i was excited to write about it was the issue of relics in the in the in the in the middle ages relics were big thing in relics we simply mean that somebody i would say this is you know the finger bone from st thomas uh or this is this is on tuesday or something this is a tooth from saint jerome and these things were were very highly regarded as this these of these are the the this is the body of the mortal remains of one of the the holy seats you know and so so the problem of course is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud and so people would traffic in relics and it seems like every time he turn around seventy say this is.
"saint jerome" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Against people who wanna come after my success but he feels a call to the priesthood and his father's greatly angered by this thanks to waste of his potential so he goes into the priesthood spends time in the monastery is a monk his apprenticeship eventually works his way into a seminary at a place called bitten berg germany res like one of the teaching priests there but he's never really studied in indeed indepth the bible now it's not as simple as well because catholic thought started the bible too it's not that simple were pre printing press the bible what the by ordered by fiat of roman there are some historical suggestions to say that rome did this because they wanted to avoid the populace maybe getting their hands on some things that might not fit with rome wants to do or the other way around maybe they also wanted to get of rain on heretics taken scriptures and running rampant with them but what is not in dispute is the bible was only allowed to be translated in the west anyway in one language at this time latin going back to saint jerome's latin vogue at which he translated directly from original manuscripts proves that like the seventh century right okay so this had been an and this had all be right now by hand so it was very most germans did know latin and even most german monks could not get their hands on an actual bible.
"saint jerome" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Weekend brought to you by spectrum retirement communities empowering seniors the personal growth health and wellness i am brian kelly and i'm glad you're a long you can follow me be rp p k e l l y on twitter that's at b r p p e l l y alike to make it complicated for you uh let's see what are we going to celebrate today commemorate or otherwise talk about well let's see the we have to hear the kind of go together it's blasphemy day okay i know some of europe going to like that i'm sorry but that's what it is and it's also international translation day now these are tied together in a sense because translation day is the feast of saint jerome who is the patron saint of translator he translated the bible translation day was founded by the un to commemorate all translators so it it stems from a biblical translation and that ext bands in all the translators out there so so are i hope that makes everybody happy it is also of course fall astronomy day and if you wanna know more about that and what we're looking forward to and the skies in the fall though to came watch that comes lash audio you'll hear the interview i did with and a green at the planetary m b a miti or showers any lunar eclipse coming up it is also national hot mold citre day might be a little warm for that this morning it'd be great if you're sitting on the porch and you're thinking about what kind of warm drinks sounds good how about a hot mold cider at works is family health and fitness day along with nickelodeon worldwide day of play and the idea that is i know it's nickelodeon but they say turn off the tv to date would so they ought to go off the air actually when they be great her parents are gone no he's tell the kid it is hey it's world played a nickelodeon that on the air we have to go outside and play c in you can thank me later uh so it's that and of course health and fitness day so get undo some today and it is this is a serious one especially with zepa outbreak its national microcephaly awareness day obscene that right of course that got a lot of coverage with the seek out break and.