Repetition, Memorisation, Recitation
Reproduced from the Memoria Press blog. Memorization is the cornerstone of a traditional education. At Memoria Press, we use repetition, memorization, and formal recitations to create a comprehensive, connected, and consistent experience for students from junior kindergarten through twelfth grade. Naturally, if memorization is the goal, repetition and recitation are the complements—repetition as the preparation…
Why pray the Rosary publicly?
From the St. Boniface Institute in Vienna:
Games are a fun and painless way to consolidate and supplement your Latin studies. My students and children love them – and who wouldn’t prefer a game to the more arduous written work? Tego (I cover) is modelled after Bingo and uses words from the Latina Rosarii vocabulary. This version is aimed at juniors and…
Dear friends of the Rosary, Laudetur Jesus Christus! (praised be Jesus Christ!) I logged onto this website a few days ago, intending to make some radical changes and found, to my surprise, that a few of you have signed up for email newsletters from Pax Orbis. Web hosting platforms, in this case, WordPress, usually alert…