"There's No J in Latin, Your Holiness"
And There Isn’t One on John Paul II’s Tomb, Either
"Here I Lie, Everyone's Friend, A Pig"
The “Pig Stele of Edessa” Honors A Downtrodden Pig
The Paideia Institute Names New Director of European Operations
Harvard University Paideia Institute
In Search of the American Virgil
On the Latin Poetry of Fr. Rafael Landivar
Poring Over the Pugna Porcorum
Is There Any Use in Wading Through a 16th Century Poem About Pigs?
Actual, Classical, Ancient-Classroom-Approved Pig Latin
The Testamentum Porcelli Is One of the Strangest Texts to Survive From Late Antiquity
The 2020 Paideia Institute High School Essay Contest
For High School Students — Win a Trip to Italy or Greece!
A Passione Christi Usque Ad Impassionem Christianorum: De Stoicismo Christiano (Latine)
Ioannes Kuhner Rogat Utrum Principia Stoica Christianae Vitae Congruant
Rediscovering STEM's Latin Roots
A Review of Epstein and Spivak’s “The Latin of Science”