A Vote for Latin - New York Times
AT first glance, it doesn’t seem tragic that our leaders don’t study Latin anymore. But it is no coincidence that the professionalization of politics — which encourages budding politicians to think of education as mere career preparation...
Ancient Coins for Education - Home
Ancient Coins for Education, Inc. (ACE) was established in 2001 as a registered non-profit organization to encourage learning about Classical (Greek, Roman, and Byzantine) history through the use of ancient numismatics. ACE provides coins to students for...
Cambridge Latin Series
Online Support and Activities
Henle Latin E-mail Support Group
Using Henle materials for your study of Latin? Share your experiences and join us for information and support!
Labyrinth Latin Library
Armarium Labyrinthi: Labyrinth Latin Bookcase
Traditional latin songs, children's songs translated into Latin, and more.
Litaniae Sanctorum (Litany of the Saints)
The Litany of the Saints is the oldest litany we possess and is the model for all other Litanies. Its first recorded use was in 590 when Pope St. Gregory prescribed its usage for a public procession of thanksgiving. The Litany is a call to remember those...
Memoria Press: Latin is the Next Step After Phonics
Latin in elementary school, after phonics? This may sound like a new and experimental idea, but it’s really an old and traditional one. Have you ever read Goodbye Mr. Chips or Anne of Green Gables? If so, you may have noticed that the students seemed to...
Memoria Press: Taking Latin Seriously
If homeschoolers are going to consider taking Latin, they should consider taking it seriously. Taking Latin and the Trivium seriously means putting real time and effort into mastering Latin grammar--in the grammar stage.
Memoria Press: The Language that Rose from the Dead
"A language must die to be immortal" When it comes to expressing the eternal and immutable truths of the Christian faith, the only good language is a dead language.
National Latin Exam
The basic purposes of the NLE are to promote the study of Latin and to encourage the individual student.