Every Christian needs to have this one memorized! Color-coded version to help with your translation here.
TLM Gospel for Palm Sunday
There is so much going on grammatically here--to say nothing of the Salvation History, narrative drama, or theology of course!
Printable: Vocabulary Notebook Pages for LNM I
Fr. Most thought that if Latin students must be weak in anything, that thing must not be vocabulary. Here are some printable pages for the Latin vocabulary notebook he suggests to accompany his textbook.
Video: Intro to Liturgical Latin, Lesson 1
I hope you get a lot out of this little presentation. If you've been wondering what studying Latin with me is like, this is a sample. I'd love to hear your thoughts after you view the video.
I’m Tired of Latin Intimidating People
Y'all, I am not "Oz, the Great and Terrible" on some kind of vast Latin throne, which only a select few of the most intellectual people in the universe may dare to approach. Ha! No--please don't be afraid to contact me, or to enroll in a Latin class if you really are interested in Latin.... Continue Reading →
Reading Practice I: Visiones Perpetuae
Great vintage book provides Ecclesiastical Latin excerpts and illuminating footnotes, and I am adding case colors to further aid comprehension. This will be great!
Medieval Latin Reading Practice: 3 Books
If you've had about two years of Latin, either with a Classical focus or of course especially with an Ecclesiastical Latin focus, you will enjoy working your way through these actual, genuine Medieval texts in Latin linked below. Hugh of Fouilloy's 'Aviarum/De Avibus' The Medieval Book of Birds: Hugh of Fouilloy's 'Aviarum' Edition, Translation, and... Continue Reading →
Intermediate Students: Latin Composition Checklist
For the brave souls in Intermediate and Advanced Latin, may I present a checklist of things to keep in mind when rendering your thoughts into Latin...
Review: English Grammar for Students of Latin
Studying Latin on your own, and wish you had a professor you could ask questions? Studying with a class, but the grammar still seems murky and you are too intimidated to ask questions? This book is for you. I wish I had written this book!
Latin Crossword Puzzle Answers (1-10)
This good old book is definitely geared toward the parsing-for-Caesar's-wars crowd, but it's still fun for those studying Ecclesiastical Latin. I assign these to my students sometimes. (Shhh--don't tell them these answers are here!)