I’ve traveled through the Latinosphere

The Continuing Fascination of Fr. Reginald Foster

John Kuhner |

I’ve traveled through the Latinosphere

The Gospel at Colonus Returns to New York

Oedipus in the Park

Marco Romani Mistretta |

The Gospel at Colonus Returns to New York

I remember going to Washington D.C.

For Another Time and Place: Hadrian's Serapeum and Architectural Recycling

Amanda Reeves |

I remember going to Washington D.C.

A Latin Tribute to the Queen of Soul

Effundo Preculam (Aretha Franklin's "I Say a Little Prayer" in Latin)

In Medias Res |

A Latin Tribute to the Queen of Soul

On Mithraism and its Discontents

Slaughtered Bulls and Bloodied Priests

Amanda Reeves |

On Mithraism and its Discontents

We Note The Passing of one of Rome’s Beautiful Souls

A Tribute to Shirley Herbert

John Kuhner |

We Note The Passing of one of Rome’s Beautiful Souls

A Review of Stephen Berard’s “Vita Nostra”

Working to Modernize Latin Values, Along With Latin Vocabulary

Skye Shirley |

A Review of Stephen Berard’s “Vita Nostra”

A 1960s Laudatio Urbis Becomes an Easy-to-sing Crowd Pleaser in Latin

Forum (Petula Clark's "Downtown" in Latin)

In Medias Res |

A 1960s Laudatio Urbis Becomes an Easy-to-sing Crowd Pleaser in Latin

This essay is an abridged version of the introduction to Quasi Labor Intus: Ambiguity in the Latin Language, a Festschrift (celebratory volume) edited in honor of Fr. Reginald Foster. It is jointly written by William M. Short, Charles McNamara, and Michael Fontaine, and includes extra pictures and links.

Quasi Labor Intus: A Festschrift for Fr. Reginald Foster

Charley McNamara |

This essay is an abridged version of the introduction to Quasi Labor Intus: Ambiguity in the Latin Language, a Festschrift...

Lewis Made Learning and Speaking Languages a Key Element of His Science Fiction — Including Learning and Speaking Latin

Spoken Latin in the Works of C.S. Lewis

Tom Hendrickson |

Lewis Made Learning and Speaking Languages a Key Element of His Science Fiction — Including Learning and Speaking Latin