Latin in actu: Writing A Thomistic Christocentrism

Why learn Latin? Besides whatever beauty, delight, and perspective there are to gain, the reason to learn a new language is to communicate with it. In the case of Latin and other “dead” languages, the majority of that communication consists of reading old texts. My recent book, A Thomistic Christocentrism: Recovering the Carmelites of Salamanca […]

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