ONLINE COURSE for learning Latin responses for the Traditional Latin Mass. 5-30 October. NOW.

People often ask me what they can do to help spread celebrations of the TLM or obtain them where they are.

One way is to make sure you yourself are trained in the role that you can fulfill.

Priests have their role.  Servers have theirs.    If men and boys put their backs into learn the responses before they are called upon to make them… well… that just makes sense, right?

“But… but… Latin?!!?  It’s toooo haaard!”

[CUT TO SHOT OF URINE SPREADING AROUND SHOE]

Keeping in mind that little boys learned the LATIN responses for centuries, don’t even think of suggesting to me that grown men can’t learn them.

At Romanitas Press Mr Mr Louis Tofari will lead – via ZOOM – lessons for men and boys on how to learn the the responses for the Traditional Latin Mass.  The course is 4 weeks long.

The 12, 45-minute “classes” will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays – starting at 1100h EST.

The cost is $90 per person.  The materials cost $8.25 total.  There is group pricing, though the same computer or phone, etc.

More information HERE and HERE.
SUBSCRIBE, click HERE.

The job that takes the longest to finish is the one that is never started. –

Fathers!  Men!  Don’t be pants wetters.

LEARN YOUR LATIN RESPONSES!

YOU CAN DO IT!

SI VIS PACEM PARA BELLUM!

 

 

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3 Responses to ONLINE COURSE for learning Latin responses for the Traditional Latin Mass. 5-30 October. NOW.

  1. RosaryRose says:

    Wonderful! My parish priest has agreed to offer the TLM. He has to learn it first. Meanwhile, I am working on gathering names and money of people in our parish and beyond interested in coming.

    Thank you for this information Father!!

  2. michele421 says:

    This is marketed to men and boys, but it appears that women are allowed as well. I’d love a course like this myself, if I could afford it.

  3. You can also save yourself the $90 by printing out the Latin Liturgy Association’s text at this link and memorizing the responses:

    http://www.extraordinaryform.org/ExtraordinaryFormTextLandscape.pdf

    Most of the heavy-duty memorizing work is for the opening of the Mass. After that, it’s an easy sail. The Confiteor is the longest prayer to memorize, but since you probably already know it in English, memorizing the Latin shouldn’t be too hard.

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