Saint Jerome (disambiguation)
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Saint Jerome is a Christian church father, best known for translating the Bible into Latin.
Saint Jerome may also refer to:
- Jerome of Pavia (fl. 778–787), Bishop of Pavia
- Saint Jerome Emiliani (1486–1537), Italian humanitarian, founder of the Somaschi Fathers
- Saint Jerome Hermosilla, one of the Vietnamese Martyrs
- Saint-Jérôme, Quebec, a suburb of Montreal, Canada
- St. Jerome Church (disambiguation), several churches
- Francesco St Jerome, a c. 1595 oil painting on copper attributed to the circle of Palma the Younger
- Saint Jerome in His Study (after van Eyck), a 1442 painting
- Saint Jerome Writing, a 1605–1606 oil painting by Italian painter Caravaggio
- Saint Jerome Writing (Caravaggio, Valletta), a 1607 or 1608 oil painting
- "Saint Jerome", a song by Jason Schwartzman on the 2009 album Davy
- Boyeux-Saint-Jérôme, a commune in the Ain department, France
- San Geronimo (disambiguation)
- San Jerónimo (disambiguation)
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