Jobs Board and First Listing

VSI has added a jobs board to our website. https://veterumsapientia.org/jobs/ St. Benedict Faculty Position – Latin and Psychology St. Benedict at Auburndale in Memphis, TN has an immediate full-time faculty position with responsibilities in the Foreign Language and Social Studies Department. Specific courses are Latin 1 – 4 and Psychology/Sociology. A valid teaching certificate is […]

Participant Review of VS Latin Immersion Workshop

Although I had studied Latin before, the Veterum Sapientia Latin Immersion Workshop was a whole new experience. The workshop aimed to create a weeklong bubble of Latin in order to let us learn by listening and communicating in Latin, as we might learn any other language. As you might imagine, this was at times challenging, […]

Veterum Sapientia Latin Immersion Workshop (July 25-31, 2021)

Dear Friends, Laudetur Jesus Christus! Registration is now open for this year’s Veterum Sapientia Latin Immersion Workshop, which will be held from July 25-31, 2021 at Saint Joseph’s College Seminary in Mt Holly, NC. Details and registration here Support a Seminarian Tuition for the summer workshop is $650 at the individual rate. A group rate […]

Finding God in Latin – Article by a Seminarian

VSI was founded with the intent of helping priests, seminarians, and religious to learn to speak Latin and Greek according to the will of the Church. Here is an interesting article by a seminarian on Latin. https://dcpriest.org/news/finding-god-in-latin?fbclid=IwAR193-dzEX8o94TNaCj1x0aklc4oz_MywSWKyWb3VgYgyfbQQ-_UzIIkqWE

Interview of Fr Barone by Sensus Fidelium

We would like to share an interview of our co-founder Fr Jason Barone by Sensus Fidelium that will premiere on Sunday, January 3rd at 8pm EST. Please like, subscribe, and share. EmbedPress: Please enter your YouTube API key at EmbedPress > Platforms > YouTube to embed YouTube Channel.

Remembering Fr. Reginald Foster (1939-2020) by John Byron Kuhner

As yet another salute to the legacy of one of the (if not simply THE) greatest Latinists of the last century, we would like to share with you an article by John Kuhner on Fr Foster. We note this article in particular because it shows the man as he was: a great mind aflame with […]

Papal Telegram for the Passing of Fr Foster

Sent December 26, 2020  Telegram by +Parolin to Fr. Saverio Cannistra OCD, Superior General of the Carmelite order, offering the Pope’s condolences on the death of Fr. Reginald Foster. Summus Pontifex Franciscus nuntium accepit Patrem Reginaldum Foster OCD de hoc mundo demigrasse ad Patris domum transiturum qui complures annos in secretaria Status exegit quique innumera […]

New Course: Divinum Officium

We have a late addition to the academic catalogue: LTL175: Divinum Officium: Breviary of the Extraordinary Form (Omnibus) — Dr Daniel GallagherTuesdays, 8-9 PM EST.

Bringing back Latin by Dr Mark Clark

“Latin is a dead language.” How many of us latinophiles have heard that ad nauseam as if it were the refrain to the verse “I speak [study, teach, write in, etc.] Latin”? With no doubt, Latin and the classics in general are making a comeback in the academic world. There is a problem, however. The […]

VSI Kickoff from the Catholic News Herald

How time has been flying by in the few weeks since our kickoff! The enrollments are steadily rolling in and we are moving forward with class prep. Check out this post about our kickoff event. https://catholicnewsherald.com/88-news/fp/6503-new-institute-created-for-clergy-laity-to-learn-latin-greek