Ossa Latinitatis Sola

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Ossa Latinitatis Sola

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From the first encounter with the Latin language to its full presentation, the objective of Ossa Latinitatis Sola is to get people into immediate contact with and understanding of genuine Latin author, and for these encounters to grow into a love and use of the entire language in all its literary types and periods of time and authors of the past 2,300 years.

 

 

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Reginaldus Thomas Foster is an American Catholic priest and friar of the Order of Discalced Carmelites. He formerly worked in the "Latin Letters" section of the Secretariat of State in the Vatican and was the Papal Latinist from 1969-2009. He continues to teach Latin classes at his own school in Milwaukee. 

Daniel P. McCarthy is a monk of St Benedict's Abbey, Atchison, Kansas. He earned a Doctorate of Sacred Liturgy from the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy, Sant'Anselmo, Rome, in 2008. He writes on prayers of the liturgy, on liturgical architecture and ritual and on the Latin language in collaboration with Reginald Foster. He lectures on the history and theology of liturgy and teaches the Latin language at the Pontifical Liturgy Institute, Rome, and at the Institutum Liturgicum, Ealing, London, UK, and as a guest professor of the post-graduate faculty of theology of KU Leuven, Belgium. He offers consultation to communities renovating or building a church. He serves on the editorial board of the periodical "Questions Liturgiques/ Studies in Liturgy" and has published there and in "The Tablet" of London as well as in other journals. His books are available from their publishers. http://liturgyinstitute.org.