What is St. Jerome’s Chapel?

St. Jerome’s Chapel is a project of Micah Jackson, an Episcopal Priest, canonically resident in the Diocese of Chicago and a doctoral student in homiletics at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He currently serves as the Assistant Professor of Preaching at the Seminary of the Southwest. If you want to write to him you can do so at St. Jerome’s Library.

St. Jerome’s Chapel is the home of Communion of Saints, a podcast of short meditations on the Episcopal Church’s calendar of commemorations. Every feast day, another podcast will appear, with the hope that the listener will be inspired by the example of a great Christian from the past.

St. Jerome’s Chapel is for seekers. St. Jerome was a famously cranky old monk, but his goals were clear. He translated the Bible into the Latin of his day and did all his other work because he believed that Christianity had the power to help people live in this world and be saved for the next. I do, too. St. Jerome’s Chapel celebrates the exemplary Christians with the prayer that you will find a path to God that resonates for you.

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