Monday, March 28, 2011

Summer Latin Session for Clergy at FSSP Seminary in Nebraska

We tend to avoid doing too many announcements here on the NLM, only because there are so many events which are out there to promote and one can very quickly become inundated -- which, let's face it, is a delightful problem for it means that there is a great deal going on out there.

However, the following event will most certainly be of broad interest, I think, to a number of clergy, and is taking place at the beautiful FSSP seminary in Denton, Nebraska:

What: Summer Latin Session for Clergy
Place: Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary, Denton, Nebraska (Airport access: Lincoln NE).
Dates: Noon on Monday 6 June-Noon Friday 10 June
Cost: $400 for instruction, room and board
Instructor: Prof. John M. Pepino, PhD
Entrance requirement: To have done seminary-level Latin and to be a priest or seminarian in good standing (testimonial letters required; sample available upon request).
Purpose: To help clergy whose Latin has become rusty to understand liturgical texts better.
Means: Review of the core grammar and vocabulary of liturgical Latin. Afternoons are spent on lessons; mornings on homework.
Texts: Roman Missal and Breviary, 1962 edition; work is done on photocopies. Bring a grammar and Latin dictionary.

For an application packet or questions, please email or write to John Pepino:
c/o Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary
7880 West Denton Rd
Denton, NE 68339.

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