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He was tutored at home and developed a love for education. When he was about 12, his parents sent him to Rome to study both Greek and Latin. Jerome was baptized a Christian in Rome. He then studied with some of the great Scripture scholars of his time. Jerome felt that God was calling him to use his education to serve the Church.
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