08 March 2011

Great Video - HT to Schütz



One way we seek to distinguish ourselves at Trinity-St. Paul Lutheran School is through a classical approach to Christian education, and that means attention to Latin among other things.  I think we need to get this guy to teach for us!

5 comments:

Cap'n Salty said...

Ita, magnum bonum est facilius legere et dicere bona Latinitate. Nonnulli magistri hoc desiderant.

Paul said...

May our Classical Lutheran Schools multiply across the fruited plain!

Anonymous said...

Bill,

You HAD an ex-Latin teacher for a Vicar but you didn't use his "skills".
To bad, so sad...

Former Vicar

Chris said...

Fr. Weedon,

If you're seriously in need of a Latin teacher, I'm available. I haven't been able to find a Latin teaching position for two years. So, if interested, you know how to reach me.

Past Elder said...

Latin was never spoken this way except in the minds of modern scholars guessing at how it was spoken centuries ago.

Nobody knows how, uh, Keekero actually spoke. Even "German Latin" -- into which Benedict lapses sometimes -- is an actual usage of the language.