The St. Jerome Biblical Guild propagates the study of Sacred Scripture with fidelity to Tradition and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. The apostolate takes its name from St. Jerome, “The Father of Biblical Studies,” and labors by God’s grace to accomplish the following: (1) explain the various Bible study tools and academic resources; for personal research, study clubs, or groups, (2) present studies from Scripture on specific books such as the Gospel of St. Luke, or general themes such as the Biblical basis for home-schooling, (3) promote the classic exegetical methods and insights within Catholic Tradition; with attention to the Church Fathers and St. Thomas Aquinas, and (4) teach and defend the key doctrines of Biblical inspiration and inerrancy; the latter the main focus of the Guild.
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The St. Jerome Biblical Guild entrusts itself to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary. The Guild also seeks the intercession of St. Jean-Marie Vianney and St. Therese of Lisieux for favors and protection. In all things, the apostolate aims for the greater glory of God (cf. 1 Chr 28:9; Ps 37:5; Jer 9:23-24; Jn 15:5; Col 3:17; Jas 4:13-15).
Veritas Scripturae: The Bulletin of the St. Jerome Biblical Guild was launched in 2009. To receive this free publication (no charge or obligation), send your name and e-mail address to email@example.com. Place in the subject line “VS subscription.” The PDFs, published throughout the year, will arrive via e-mail. Past issues of Veritas Scripturae are accessible on the “Personal Writings” page. Read a brief article on Veritas Scripturae in the quarterly magazine of Christendom College, Instaurare Vol. XVII, No. I, p. 10 (Spring 2009).