Tag Archives: Wyoming Catholic College

GUN FREE ZONES! Funny.

A friend sent this. A funny way to make a good point.

I try not to use businesses which post these signs and I hope you don’t either.
On that note, after Mass on Sunday a couple guys from the parish offered … Continue reading

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“Where you can’t have a cellphone but you can have a gun.”

From the Cardinal Newman Society (see their feed on my sidebar):
Wyoming Catholic College is in the news recently because of its on-campus cell phone ban for students.
The ban, which has been in place since the founding of the faithful Catholic … Continue reading

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Wherein Fr. Z muses about his inner Gollum

Here is some food for thought from the The Catholic Gift Shop via the blog Acts of the Apostasy:

I have to admit, there have been times when I have realized that my phone (aka The Precious) was not nearby and … Continue reading

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Wyoming Catholic College Summer Programs

The right side here is now sporting a spiffy ad from Wyoming Catholic College.  Go look!
They have Summer Programs and Outdoor Learning to explore.
Also, they have a Conventiculum Viomingense for Latin students.
A shot from the booth they had at the Legatus … Continue reading

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HEY LATIN STUDENTS! Conventiculum Viomingense (very cool)

The other day I shared a photo of the Wyoming Catholic College display at the Legatus Summit.  This was one of the t-shirts.

Is that cool, or what?   And now comes this!
 

CONVENTICULUM VIOMINGENSE
 We are happy to announce a new summer … Continue reading

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REVIEW: St. Thomas Aquinas – Commentaries on St. Paul in Latin and English (not to mention the Summa Theologiae)

The 1983 Code of Canon Law doesn’t mention many saints apart from their feast days.  As you can imagine, the greats such as the Mary the Mother of God, Sts. Peter and Paul, St. Joseph, come up.  Apart from them, … Continue reading

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Mass outdoors

Here are two shots of Holy Mass sent from a friend at Wyoming Catholic College.  Students go into the mountains.  With this group is an FSSP priest.
Holy Mass on a mountain.
Greater decorum than in many places I have been.
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Wyoming Catholic College Video

From time to time I have mentioned Wyoming Catholic College, which trains students in a modified form of the Trivium and Quadrivium, and makes sure they know their Latin, have the TLM, and how to take care of a horse.
I’ve … Continue reading

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Bp. Etienne: “Secularism is the moral grizzly bear of our day!”

The Bishop of Cheyenne, Wyoming (covering the whole state), His Excellency Most Reverend Paul Etienne, has a blog.  I have posted about his hunting with the Mystic Monk Coffee Carmelites in northern Wyoming.  Also in the Diocese of Cheyenne is … Continue reading

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LATINUM ITER MONTANUM … WYOMINGENSE

My friend Prof. Nancy Llewellyn of Wyoming Catholic College sent the following:
Since you’re a fan of Wyoming and a strenuissimus fautor of Latin, I thought you might be interested to know that the Latin Program here at WCC has … Continue reading

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