Golden Anniversary of Ordination
FELIX ESTO REGINALDO
Today marks 50 years of accomplishments since Reginald’s presbyteral ordination at the church of San Pancrazio, Rome. Some friends and students gathered with Reggie for a small reception in the classroom in Milwaukee. As you can see, Reggie is doing well and sends you his greetings.
Send your greetings or contact Reggie at:
St. Anne’s Salvatorian Campus
3800 N. 92nd St
Milwaukee, WI 53222-2504
cell phone: one (four one four) seven five five – nine six eight six
Update on Ossa Latinitatis Sola
The publisher has not guaranteed that the book Ossa Latinitatis Sola will be available before 23 September 2016, but once a public statement has been made, you will see it here and on the various sites of Amazon .com; .ca; .co.uk; .fr; .jp; .cn; .de (only in Germany am I listed as the artist); and others.
Yet 23 September 2016 provides a target for our aim, if the next stage of review is uneventful.
This date, regrettably, will make it difficult for instructors to use the book to plan their curriculum for the academic year 2016-2017, but once they receive their copy, they may begin to integrate elements into their teaching as seems suitable.
I (Daniel) hope that someone develop a series of seminars that would help Latin teachers integrate this method into their existing curriculum, until they and the world are ready to make the change fully to this system.
Summer Latin in London from Ossa Latinitatis Sola:
We shall teach Latin using the draft copy of the book Ossa Latinitatis Sola during the Summer Latin Programme, 8-19 August 2016, at Ealing Abbey, London. We offer Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced and Readings courses. Study with us for the first week or for both weeks.
Our course Proficient Latin for Liturgists is offered for transferable credit (ECTS) at the Master’s level – register online with KU Leuven and come to London to study. The course is intended for scholars doing research in the field of liturgy.
Reading Cicero in Summer, London
We also offer a course reading the letters of Cicero to his family and friends from the draft copy of Ossium Carnes Multae: The Bones’ Meats Abundant, also by Reggie and Daniel, the second book in this series Latinitatis Corpus.