Saint Jerome, formerly known as Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus, lived approximately during the years of 347–420. He was a theologian, philosopher, scholar, and translator. He had the proficiency of Hebrew, Latin, and Greek and was considered one of the most famous and talented scholars of his time. In particular, he earned fame as the author of the Vulgate, a translation of the Bible into spoken Latin.
On this special day, we wish all translators and interpreters not only a lot of work, but also more room for relaxation.