James Snapp Jr. has kindly run the old French translation of Jerome’s Letter to Hedibia (ep. 130) through Google translate, smartened it up a bit, and made it freely available in the public domain. It’s here. Many thanks, James!
As machine translators improve, there will be real public benefit in efforts like this. Yes, we should translate from the original. But the fact is that vast amounts of stuff exists in French which few anglophones can read, and which won’t get a translation directly. Particularly for amateurs and enthusiasts, making a translation and placing it online really increases public interest in texts.