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Issue 94 : Building the City of God in a Crumbling World

Originally published in 2007
Issue 94
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February 1, 524 (traditional date): Brigit, founder of a monastery at Kildare and considered the "second patron saint of Ireland," dies (see issue 60: How the Irish were saved).

February 1, 1516: Desiderius Erasmus dedicates his "amendment" of Jerome's Latin (Vulgate) translation of the Bible to Pope Leo X. Perhaps because his work was so politically risky, he assured the pontiff, "We do not intend to tear up the old and commonly accepted edition [the Vulgate], but amend it where it is corrupt, and ...

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