12 Week Online Course in Latin Rubrics of the (1962) Mass starts this February and March
For the first time ever the Latin Mass Society are offering a new 12-week
language course on the Latin rubrics of the Traditional Latin Mass. This course
offered by leading Latin Scholars Matthew Spence and Peter Day-Milne has an
exclusive discount available for clergy and early booking discounts available
Say the Black, Do the Red
Apostolic Document Traditionis Custodes it states that priests who wish to celebrate the Traditional Mass should “possess
a knowledge of the Latin language sufficient for a thorough comprehension of
the rubrics and liturgical texts.”
Do you struggle with
comprehending the rubrics?
Do you need help with Latin grammar?
This course available for both clergy and lay people will begin with a detailed look at Latin grammar. There are then two options in the second half of the course to specialise in The rubrics of the Latin Mass (1962) or Reading the Roman Canon
The rubrics of the Latin Mass (1962). This module addresses the difficulty some priests and sacred liturgy ministers often express when they reach certain moments in the Liturgy that they are caught between knowing in principle what the next rubric says and the Latin which is not perfectly clear to them. You will learn how to linguistically interpret certain rubrics, in a supportive group atmosphere.
Reading the Roman Canon This module builds on the elementary grammar you have already learned — so that you may get to grips with this ancient liturgical text that remains the solemn basis of a key part of the liturgy in all western Catholic rites, not only in Latin but in vernacular celebrations.
The total fee for a 12 week online course is £650 but If you sign up NOW an early bird discount of 10% is available. If you are a priest based in, or hailing from England & Wales, an 80% discount is available on the course fee.
For further information on this or other Latin courses available during the year contact For the course director Matthew Spencer Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
details CLICK HERE