Category Archives: Latin

Learning Latin

Now I admit that last post was on the silly side. I am still kind of embarrassed about it. The Latin itself would probably best be described as some kind of Latin doggerel. You will be relieved to know that … Continue reading

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Speaking Latin? Humbug!

Tu Interrogas: “O Marce de Campo Longo, Potesne dicere aut loqui Latine? Respondeo (iocose et cum levitate): “Primo, interroga me utrum cura mihi sit” vel “Primum, me interroga si mihi curare debet Tunc graviter Interrogas: “O Marce de Longo Campo, … Continue reading

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No Royal Road

We remain convinced that The Lyceum and the many (growing and increasing!) new small Catholic independent schools across the nation are, indeed, part of the solution to the ongoing crisis in education. It is ironic that the solution these little schools … Continue reading

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Why Study Latin?

This week marked the 50th anniversary of Pope Blessed John XXIII’s Apostolic Constitution Veterum Sapientiae DE LATINITATIS STUDIO PROVEHENDO – On the Promotion of the study of Latin- This document is absolutely wonderful. I love it! Pope John XXIII is … Continue reading

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