Posted by: ioannespaulus | October 10, 2009

[STARTING SOON!!!] Latin Appreciation Workshop – Level II

Hello everybody!

The dates have been confirmed… Details of Level II are as follows:

Minimum Requirements: Attended Latin Appreciation Workshop – Level I

Now that we have appreciated Latin for what it is, we shall move in depth in our study of Latin Grammar: in these 9 weeks, we shall learn the remaining 3 noun declensions, and the other 2 verb conjugations. Then we shall learn how to formulate questions in Latin too!

Each week, to expand our Latin vocab for reading Ecclesiastical Latin, we shall look at the Mass Propers for the coming Sundays in Latin, and read the Scripture Readings for that Sunday’s Mass in Latin too. At the same time, nearing Advent/Christmas, we shall also learn to sing Christmas Carols in Latin!

As usual, we shall learn more chants, read more Minimus comics, more fairy tales in Latin, and as much cool stuff as I can possibly get my hands on! I’ll try to show beautiful photos of Rome and we’ll try to translate whatever Latin we can find in those photos!

ADMISSION IS FREE (A love offering bag will be passed around to defray costs of printing, the use of the auditorium and refreshments for the participants)

Venue: Church of the Risen Christ, Auditorium

Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Schedule of Sessions are as follows:

Session 1 of 9: 14 Nov 2009

Session 2 of 9: 21 Nov 2009

Session 3 of 9: 5 Dec 2009

Session 4 of 9: 12 Dec 2009

Session 5 of 9: 19 Dec 2009

Session 6 of 9: 9 Jan 2010

Session 7 of 9: 16 Jan 2010

Session 8 of 9: 23 Jan 2010

Session 9 of 9: 30 Jan 2010


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