Today’s the feast day of St. Jerome.
A doctor of the church and famous for his translation of the Bible into Latin.
In the 4th century, Jerome’s talents were endorsed by the Pope.
His works, resulting in what we call the Vulgate today, were paramount and unprecedented.
Latin was the educated people’s vernacular, through which history could be better comprehended in the Roman world, where Christianity was fastest growing.
Against the backdrop of a pagan country, Roman citizens could read the Gospels and New Testament and absorb the life of Christ and His Apostles.
Fast forward to today.
The liberal press is as pagan as it gets.
God and Jesus are to them–symbols of “hate.”
Hatred of Christians and Jews is a politically correct virtue.
Occasionally I write letters to the editor to our local pagan newspaper.
Not because I want to reach young people.
They don’t read it.
I do it for the older folks.
Those not part of the internet community and still getting news by inking their fingers.
The Truth, downplayed by the liberal press, like the outlets ignoring the Solyndra story, can always be found by clicking on the Drudge Report.
If you surf, like most of my readers, you know you’ll find articles on Drudge that won’t be found many other places.
Like St. Jerome, linking Truth to the language of the era–Latin, our fellow citizen, Matt Drudge, has talents endorsed by the Pontificating Pittsfielder–that’s me.
Good work my son, your work is helping young Americans see the conservative side of every story.
Enter into my kingdom.
Here’s the link….