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2016 Newsletter, Issue #1

Hello to all- Wishing you a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year.

Has it really been two years since I have updated my news section? I have had several people email me wondering if my site was still active since it had not been updated in so long. I'm guessing they did not want to send a payment until they found out. Yes, I'm still here and I did not intend churchlatin.com to become a ghost town. Lack of time has prevented me from releasing any new books but I still plan on offering everything you see on the site for a long time to come. You may also notice that the testimonials have not been updated in several years. This is NOT beause I have not had many, many satisfied customers in the past few years. My feedback system requires me to request feedback from the customer and then to enter their feedback under the individual book entry. Well I have not been requesting any feedback so I have'nt had any to enter! I will try to be more diligent about updating this in the future.

I have posted on the home page several of my best selling titles for a reduced price. I'm going to extend this sale until January 31, 2016.

www.churchlatin.com

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum.

  "Vigilate, et orate..." Matthew 26:41

                                     Derek, churchlatin.com


2014 Newsletter, Issue #1

Hello All-

Several announcements to make: The Latin Vulgate edition that I have offered in softcover for several years now (which has been very popular) is now available in two hardcover sizes. Several customers have emailed me, requesting this so here they are: VULGATE HARDCOVERS

After a lapse in availability, "Knots Untied of the Latin Psalter" by the Rev. F. Pinkman is back. A short but useful book for better comprehension of the Latin Vulgate Psalms. KNOTS UNTIED

The Biblia Sacra Latin Course is still being offered for those who want to gain a basic understanding of the Latin of the Vulgate Bible.       LATIN COURSE

VULGATE PROJECT UPDATE: Not much happening lately. I made a blog post when the scanning was completed but I'm sad to say that no wheels have turned since. Work/family obligations have taken precedence. My life has changed immensely since I launched the project so many years ago and it seems as more years pass, less and less time is available to work on it. We'll see how this year goes.  BLOGPOST

I have decided to auction off several Desclee Vulgate Bibles from my collection. These have been purchased from the world over and I would like to pass some of these nice volumes on to you.  eBay auctions can be found here: eBay

'have a great year and keep the Faith.

                                Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                                               "Vigilate, et orate..." Matthew 26:41

                                               Derek

                                               churchlatin.com


2012 Newsletter, Issue #2

Please visit churchlatin.com and take advantage of a great set of discounts that I am offering.

For orders totaling $0 to $25, I'll knock off $5. Spend $25.01 to $50, get $10 off. Buy $50.01 to $100 worth, you'll save $15. And for orders of $100.01 or more, you'll get back $20. (Dollar amounts refer to order total before shipping charges are added)

Books make great gifts for family, friends, co-workers, or your pastor.  Order now and get it before Christmas!

Note: Discount will be provided as a refund after your order is processed. I do not have the ability to provide an automatic discount with the Paypal auto-checkout system. The offer starts today, December 2, 2012, and ends December 31, 2012 at 12 midnight.

        Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

        Vigilate et Orate.

                          Derek

                         churchlatin.com

   

   


2012 Newsletter, Issue #1

Hello all-

Several important things have developed since my last newsletter, which was sent so long ago.

I have been able to make some progress on the long awaited Vulgate Project. I am very happy with the results of my initial work. Samples and a bit of explanation can be found at the new Vulgate Project Update Page. I have also created a sample of what the finished product will look like. It is not an exact representation of the finished work, but it will give you a good idea of what will be available for purchase when it is ready. CLICK HERE

I've been working with a graphic designer that has been producing the cover art for my new books and revamping the covers on some of the books I've already published. His work puts a nice finished touch on my publications. I started with some of my best sellers. The Fr. Diamond books were first, then Liturgical Latin, Its Origins and Character by Dr. Christine Mohrmann, and then on to the Original Douay Rheims Bible.

New Books- In addition to the great little book "Legendo" by Vilma G. Little (which I reprinted several years ago), I'm releasing two more of her books- "The Chant" and "The Sacrifice of Praise, An Introduction to the Meaning and Use of the Divine Office". You can purchase them individually or save money when you buy all three. I've also released a small historical booklet that considers the progress of the commission set up by Pope Pius X to revise the Latin Vulgate Bible- The Revision of the Vulgate

By far, the best selling book of churchlatin.com is "Liturgical Latin, Church Latin and Your Missal" by Fr. Wilfrid Diamond. This book has one small weakness- no answer key for the exercises. I am wholly under qualified to compose such an answer key. My knowledge of Latin does not reach that far as of yet. Here is my plea- Is there anyone out there who has a firm knowledge of Ecclesiastical Latin and a considerable amount of time on their hands who could compose an answer key? Some experience in word processing would be a plus as well, so that while the answer key is being composed, it could be formatted properly and made ready for printing. It would be a great service to Holy Mother Church if someone with the skills and the time could step forward and volunteer to do this. If you are able to help with this endeavor (or knows someone who can), please contact me. ask@churchlatin.com

      Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

      Vigilate et Orate.

                           Derek

                            churchlatin.com

 

 

 


2011 Newsletter, Issue #2

Hello all-

We are proud to present the first complete Latin Course offered by churchlatin.com. The Biblia Sacra Latin Course is based on the Latin Vulgate Bible. This course can serve as an introductory course in Latin for homeschool students and adults alike. Instead of exhausting you with details here, please go to this page for more information. Ordering options can be found on the homepage.

Vulgate Project Update: I'm sorry to all those wondering, especially to those who have emailed me inquiring about when the newly reprinted illustrated Latin Vulgate Bible will be ready for purchase. The project has been delayed for a number of reasons. Scanning will commence this year and more updates will follow- I promise. Also, I am nearly certain that the two color (red and black) text edition will be be chosen for reprinting instead of the black text edition.

  Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

Vigilate et Orate.

                           Derek

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 

 


2010 Newsletter, Issue #5

Hello all- 

In yet another attempt to raise money for future projects. I have added  a new selection of books and reduced pricing on all listings.

Do your Christmas shopping at www.churchlatin.com ! ! !

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

Vigilate et Orate.

                           Derek

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


2010 Newsletter, Issue #4

Hello all-

I don't have any new titles to announce, but I have featured some of my select secondhand books on the homepage.

News- I launched a simple blog. Check it out. http://churchlatin.blogspot.com/

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

Vigilate et Orate.

                           Derek

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


2010 Newsletter, Issue #3

Hello All-

I am devoting this newsletter entirely to the publications of ROMANITAS PRESS. This publisher has been working extremely hard in putting back into print many rare titles concerning the Liturgy of the Catholic Church.

I have posted all of the ROMANITAS PRESS publications on my home page with temporarily reduced pricing.

Go now and LOOK.

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                           MAX

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


2010 Newsletter, Issue #2

Hello all-

New releases-  We have just finished preparing two new reprints of some wonderful books that will aid you on your Latin journey.

The first is Legendo by Vilma Little. A handy little book that in only 200 pages will have you pronouncing and understanding the Latin of the Liturgy.

The second new release is The New Psalter with Interverse Translation by the Rev. E.P. Graham. Contains the entire Psalter according to the schema of Pope Pius X in Vulgate Latin and Douay Rheims English. The English translations are embedded right into Latin text, verse by verse.  No more hunting and page turning to find translations. The book conforms to the Psalter in use from the year 1911 all the way up until the 1962 edition.  This one is available in softcover or hardcover.

JUST IN- 2 New titles from ROMANITAS PRESSCandles in the Roman Rite and De Missalis Romani Liturgia. Click on the appropriate titles for a detailed description.

In the works- We are still working on the daunting task of cleaning and repairing the scans for the Leander van Ess edition of the Clementine Vulgate. This work contains the text of the 1592 edition but is footnoted with the 1590 (Sixtine), 1593, and 1598 editions. It will be a fine scholarly work to have.

The Vulgate ProjectProgress being made! More updates to come.

Used books- We now have a used book listing. Check it out.

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                           MAX

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 

 

 


2010 Newsletter, Issue #1

 Hello All-

For all those who have been waiting, and to those who did not know of its eventual release- De Imitatione Christi is now available. There is a bit of a catch, though. The printing did not turn out as I expected, even with further adjusting and tweaking. As I continually try to "raise the bar" on the quality of my facsimile editions, I felt that the text quality was just not good enough. Instead of exhausting any more effort into a facsimile edition, I have decided to work on a newly typeset edition. Consider this facsimile edition just something to hold you over until the new edition is finished. As a perk, I am offering the facsimile edition as a totally free, fully bookmarked pdf E-Book. Get it here.

Also, I have added a used book section to the site, listing only some of the many used books I have available. The list is not categorized, but you can use the search function in Adobe Reader to search the entire list. 'Or just browse it.  I will be continually adding more titles to this list.   GET THE LIST

The next newsletter will announce the release of two great books, both recommended (and host copies donated) by a patron and friend of churchlatin.com.

Stay tuned!

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                           MAX

                           Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 

 

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2009 Newsletter, Issue #3

Hello all-

I hope that everyone is having a happy and holy year so far. The Liturgical year is winding down. The season of Advent will soon be upon us and we have much to prepare for. Pray well and be ready. I encourage those who do not recite some form of the Divine Office to do so.  Whether it be the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary, The Monastic or Roman Breviary, or an Office from one of the many religious orders, it is important to have something to sustain us and enrich our spiritual life. For some, the Divine Office is a sole source of nourishment and medicine for a broken soul. What prayer is better than the Pray of the Church?  None.  'So take up your Breviary and pray it well. If you need a boost, let me recommend two resources I am currently offering. The first is The Divine Office. How to Say it Devoutly. How to Make it a Pleasure. This book is a "must read" for priests or anyone who prays the blessed canonical hours. Having trouble grasping the Psalms? Learn them from the master- St. Alphonsus Liguori in Explanation of the Psalms and Canticles of the Divine Office.

I was delaying the release of this newsletter in expectation of having my reprint of  De Imitatione Christi (the Imitation of Christ in Latin) completed and ready for public sale. It is not. I have had some formatting issues that will delay the release until this winter.  'Sorry to all who were waiting.

NEW OFFERINGS- The Clementine Vulgate. This work is not a facsimile.  It is a freshly re-typeset edition (the work of Mr. Michael Tweedale). A fine reading copy of the Vulgate for those on a budget. Print is a bit small, but still very readable. 

CAEREMONIALE In Missa, Privata et Solemni by Fr. Camelius Aloysius Callewaert, J.C.D. A fine new reprint from Romanitas Press.  Be sure to look at all of the offerings of Romanitas Press here.

SPECIAL PRICING- I am offering a nice discount on the comprehensive Latin-English Dictionary of William Smith. $10 off until the end of the year.

VULGATE PROJECT- It has been such as busy year, I'm behind on nearly everything in my life. My work and family schedule has not left much time for publishing, but I will catch up hopefully this winter. No real progress has been made on the Vulgate Project, to my dismay.  The first two quotes I received for reprinting floored me, so I am investigating other options at this point. This may be frustrating to those of you waiting anxiously for this release of this reprint. Although it will not come as quick as you might like, its completion is inevitable.

 As always- if you have any questions about these projects, recommendations for new projects, or anything else.  Email me at ask@churchlatin.com.

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                                            MAX

                                            Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


2009 Newsletter, Issue #2

Hello all-

Half of the year has passed already?

As promised, we are now offering some of our books in hardcover. We have begun with the Fr. Diamond books, which continue to be so popular. Hardcovers are more expensive, but they look better, are more durable, and last longer.

Thanks to a theological library who has graciously provided us with the scans, The Place Names of the Roman Breviary in Latin and English by Rev. F.J. Pinkman is now available.  Ever since we reprinted his other work Knots Untied of the Latin Psalter, we had been searching for a used copy Place Names, with no results.  We are thankful to God and to the theological library who provided the scans that we can offer this short book once again.

UPCOMING: We are excited to say that we are planning to offer the Imitation of Christ in Latin (De Imitatione Christi). A kind patron of churchlatin.com has recommended that we reprint this important work. We have been told that the most recent reprinting of this book was done by the Vatican's publisher. It is a critical edition, without any images. The edition we are proposing to reprint will be beautifully illustrated. We hope that many will benefit from this beautiful book, cherished by Catholics second only to Holy Scripture itself, for the last 500 years. Update: The edition that was recommended to us to reprint produced unsatisfactory scans.  All three copies of this particular edition (Macmilian, 1867) that we had access to had significant spotting/foxing in the text areas. We have located another edition from a bookseller in Italy which was produced by our favorite religious publisher, Desclee of Tornaci, Belgium. It is nearly ready for release. 

We would also like to offer a very useful resource to those who pray or are learning to pray the Latin Psalter.  We have obtained a nice copy of The New Psalter of the Roman Breviary with Interverse Translation by Rev. E.P. Graham, LL.D. The Vulgate Psalter presented in the order of the Hours of the Roman Breviary with the Douay Rheims translation embedded into it.  A fine resource this will be. Should be ready by fall.

We are also continuing work on the Leander van Ess edition of the Vulgate. The original text quality is very poor. We are still working diligently on the scans.

 VULGATE PROJECT: Update- We have obtained 2 copies of the formerly unknown to us 1881 edition. It is absolutely beautiful. Nice two color text with additional ornamental features. We have put up some sample scans here. We are considering this edition for reprinting instead of the 1901 edition. We also put together an informational page on the editions of the Vulgate that the Society of St. John the Evangelist printed between 1881 and 1901. We are still collecting feedback on this project and taking our time preparing for this major undertaking. We are in the process of getting a couple of quotes from a few different printers/binders. More updates to come.

Our work on all of these projects has been slowed by an outrageously demanding work schedule. An 80 hour week leaves very little time for publishing.  We look forward to the winter months when much more time can be devoted to the republishing of these important works.

As always- if you have any questions about these projects, recommendations for new projects, or anything else.  Email me at ask@churchlatin.com.

Divinum auxilium maneat semper nobiscum

                                            MAX

                                            Maximus Scriptorius Publications


2009 Newsletter, Issue #1

Hello to all-

We hope that you are all continuing to have a blessed Christmas season and a Happy New Year. 

This year we will focus a bit more on the Bible in Latin.  Specifically, the Clementine Vulgate.  We have released a study edition of the Clementine Vulgate by eminent biblical scholar Carolus Vercellone.  Used copies of this rare text are almost non-existent.  3 sets of this offering have already sold without advertisement.  I hope some of you can benefit from it.

As we have posted in the Upcoming section of the website, we are working on the release of the 3 volume work of biblical scholar Leander van Ess.  This edition of the Clementine Vulgate is especially interesting, since it presents the official Clementine edition of AD 1592 but is footnoted with all of the textual variations of the AD 1590, 1593, and 1598 editions.  We are currently preparing the scans, which is an extremely tedious process.  We hope to have it finished and ready for purchase by mid-2009. Here is a sneak peak (pdf). As you can see, the text quality leaves a bit to be desired, but we are working on improving it the best we can. 

Last but not least, we have prepared a web page which promotes a project we have been discerning for almost a year.  We would like to put back into print a beautiful edition of the Clementine text of the Latin Vulgate from AD 1901 published by the famous Desclee.  The text is based on the Vatican Edition of the Clementine Vulgate of 1598 and the work of Carolus Vercellone.  Please visit our page and send us your feedback, we really need it. Also, please share this link with anyone you might think would be interested.

As a side note:

There seems to be much confusion among Catholics as to which edition of the Latin Vulgate is "the best".  This is understandable since this matter seems to be rarely discussed, although it should be discussed more frequently. I have received several inquires on the matter. I am not biblical or Latin scholar, but I do know the Tradition of the Church. The Latin Vulgate text  as circulated within the Church is the only edition that has been declared authentic by the Council of Trent (AD 1546).  The Nova Vulgata which was promulgated in 1979, was intended to supersede the Clementine edition on the basis of current biblical scholarship and heavier weight put on Hebrew and Greek manuscripts.  There has been some criticism of this edition.  My only comment is- it has not been around very long, stick to what has been used in the Church for centuries.  Also available is the Biblia Sacra iuxta Vulgatam Versionem or sometimes called the "Stuttgart Vulgate".  This edition, as worthy as it is for the purpose for which it was produced, is not the best edition for reading/devotion.  In conclusion, stick to the Clementine Vulgate, it is truly the best text out there.

For further information, questions, or clarifications, please email us at ask@churchlatin.com

                                                   MAX

                                                   Maximus Scriptorius Publications


December 2008 Newsletter

No newsletter this month.  See you next year!

                                           MAX

                                          Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


November 2008 Newsletter

Hello All,

I know, newsletters have been sparse lately. I have been very busy (and so has my webmaster) doing much "behind the scenes" work on the website and on our publishing processes. 

We will be changing this monthly newsletter to a "whenever" one in 2009. We are still a small apostolate and we don't always have announcements every month. So rather than sending out a newsletter that really has no "news" or failing to send a promised newsletter, we will wait to send them until there are a sufficient number of announcements to do so.

Thanks for subscribing and hang in there.  We have some really useful books coming in 2009/2010.

                                                                    MAX

                                                                    Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


October 2008 Newsletter

No newsletter this month!  We are working on a few new projects that will take a few months to complete.  More details will be given in the coming months.

 

                                                     MAX

                                                     Maximus Scriptorius Publications


September 2008 Newsletter

Hello all,

No newsletter last month. There was nothing really to announce and we did not release any new books anyway. This month is much different. We are are offering four new publications. Two books we have put back into print and two resources from Romanitas Press

In a continuing effort to provide more resources for those who recite the Divine Office, we have put back into print the extremely rare work
of St. Alphonsus Liguori Explanation of the Psalms and Canticles in the Divine Office translated by Fr. T. Livius. This book will shed light on the Psalms as no modern study can. The Fr. Livius edition has some added features that other translations of this work do not. Please go to our site and take a closer look.

Also just released- a short but valuable little reference book KnotsUntied of the Latin Psalter by The Rev. F.Pinkman. Not comprehensive, but certainly useful for studies or prayer of the Latin Psalter.

Another important announcement. I am now distributing two items from Romanitas Press . The excellent Server's Mass Response Card
(1962 rubrics) and the booklet The General Principles of Ceremonies of the Roman Rite for Inferior Ministers. If you are an altar sever (or know anyone who performs this sacred duty) please take a second look at these resources. The author has spent years preparing these publications, which is very evident when you look at them. The General Principles book will give you a deeper understanding of the mass whether you serve the altar or not. All through the book you will be saying to yourself "that's why they (the altar servers) do that!" I am positive that you will be impressed with these publications. (as I am, that is why I am offering them!)


                                                                                          MAX

                                                                                          Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 


August 2008 Newsletter

No newletter this month!


July 2008 Newsletter

 

Hello all-

 We would like to announce one of the most significant book releases of Maximus Scriptorius Publications to date.  After almost 6 months of work and preparation, William Smith's Latin-English Dictionary is now available.  This is a very important development for the whole Latin world. A Latin-English dictionary of this magnitude has not been released in many years.   Instead repeating all of the details about this wonderful dictionary here, just go to our website and check it out.

We at churchlatin.com have developed a particular interest in studies of the Divine Office.  We have just released Fr. Paul O'Sullivan's The Divine Office. How to Say it Devoutly. How to Make it a Pleasure.  This book will be a great help to anyone who says the blessed canonical hours.  Again, instead of repeating all of the information on our site, just go there!

We plan on reprinting a whole series of books that deal with studies of Psalter and well as more resources for studying the Vulgate. All will be announced in coming newsletters.

Another important announcement is the implementation of an automated shopping cart and checkout system for the website. For various reasons we have closed our ebay store (although we will still be offering items on ebay from time to time) and now everything is available direct from the website. The shopping cart and checkout system are provided by Paypal, but you need not have a Paypal account to use it. Just click “Check-out” from the shopping cart page, and instead of logging in to Paypal, just select the “Continue” link near the “Don't Have a Paypal Account” heading in the lower left of the web page.

                                                                                                                  MAX

                                                                                                                  Maximus Scriptorius Publications

 

 

 


May 2008, Update

Hello,

 We have somewhat reluctantly pulled the plug on our ebay store.  Though the vast majority of our sales originated from ebay, we just didn't have the time or money to manage the store anymore.  Ebay's selling fees can get a bit outrageous as well.  We will be selling things on ebay from time to time, but we just won't keep a regular inventory.  We are very close to the release of the huge Latin-English Dictionary by William Smith (we just ordered proof copies) and also a very fine and rare book by Fr. Paul O'Sullivan (famous author of "How to Avoid Purgatory", "Read me or Rue it" and other spiritual books) called "The Divine Office, How to Say it Devoutly, How to Make it a Pleasure" We are sure that this book will be the delight of any priest, religious, or laymen who prays the blessed canonical hours.  More updates to come in the next month.

Thanks,

 

                                                                                                    MAX

                                                                                                    Maximus Scriptorius Publications


April 2008 Newsletter

Hello all-

There isn't much to announce this month. I've been so busy working on reprinting projects, there haven't been any new book offerings or many changes happening lately.

Learning the New Breviary [1962 Rubrics] by Fr. Bernard A. Hausmann has been reprinted and is available fromPreserving Christian Publications. In response, I have suspended sales of my printed edition but I'm still offering it as a free download. PCP has also released A Dictionary of the Psalter by Dom Matthew Britt, O.S.B. In a beautiful hardback. I have suspended the sales of my hardback edition but I will still offer the less expensive soft cover edition.

A reader has sent me a link to a wonderful bi-lingual dictionary site that references many languages to one another and back again. Latin too!! (this link has been added to my “Latin Dictionaries” links page)

As I mentioned, I have been working diligently on a few new projects. The delightful Latin-English Dictionary by William Smith, LL. D. will be ready in a couple of months.

The Original Douay Rheims Bible has been selling very well lately. The CD ROM edition especially since it is such an economical alternative to the printed edition. It is available both on ebay and directly from the website.

I have been considering changing this monthly letter to a semi-monthly and due to work/family demands during the summer months, newsletters may be very sparse.

 Thanks,

                                                                                 MAX

 

                                                                                 Maximus Scriptorius Publications


March 2008 Newsletter

 Hello,

    We would like to once again invite you to visit www.churchlatin.com for some of the best Ecclesiastical Latin resources available anywhere. We are excited announce the offering of a new book, some additions to the site, and special pricing on a book in honor of St. Patrick.
 
 An Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin by H.P.V. Nunn is now available in a perfect bound softcover (glue binding) or a coil bound softcover. A wonderful resource for students of the Vulgate and some of the early Christian writers. It can be purchased (as well as all of our other books) directly from the site or through our ebay store.
 
 We have added some downloads that will be of good use to those using the 1962 version of the Breviarium Romanum (Roman Breviary). Check them out! Downloads
 
 We’ve knocked two bucks off of The Latin of St. Patrick for the whole month of March in honor of St. Patrick, whose feast is on March 17.
 
 Latin-English Dictionary by William Smith is now being scanned. It should be ready for release sometime in April or May. This is a very comprehensive Latin-English dictionary that rivals the “Lewis and Short” dictionary but will be half the price.
 
 A few other small changes have been made to the site. We have beefed up the mission statement with an interesting quote from Professor Christine Mohrmann. Latin is Not Dead. We have also added some interesting background information and file downloads concerning the source copies we used to reprint the Original Douay Rheims Bible
 
 Speaking of the Original Douay Rheims Bible, we have just put a complete set on ebay that is on hand and ready to ship, complete with the free bonus book and CD ROM edition. I have listed the auction with a super-low starting price and it will end on March 18.  Click here to view the auction.
 
Thanks,
                                                                                   MAX
 
                                                                                   Maximus Scriptorius Publications

February 2008 Newsletter

Greetings,

This is the first official newsletter of www.churchlatin.com

 The first major announcement is the offering of the Original Douay Rheims Bible. Despite often confusion, this is NOT the popular Challoner Revision. You might ask- What does the Douay Rheims Bible have to do with Ecclesiastical Latin? Well, the edition we are offering is the most literal translation of the Latin Vulgate ever produced. It will help you with your translations of Vulgate (if this is a study-method you are using). Note that it is available in three formats: a printed edition, a CD-ROM, and a download (the download is available off-site with the link provided). Details

The book Liturgical Latin, A Textbook and Dictionary by Wilfrid Diamond will be on sale from now until the next newsletter is sent (probably sometime in early March) We have knocked $5 off of the purchase price.

Thanks,

MAX

Maximus Scriptorius Publications


January 2008

Welcome to churchlatin.com. We hope you find this site to be informative and useful. It was created mainly to support our publishing effort- Maximus Scriptorius Publications. In which we are reprinting fine books for the study and enrichment of Ecclesiastical Latin. We are offering many books, which were otherwise out of print and very difficult to find, in an affordable, accessible format. Note that the original Douay Rheims bible will be coming soon. Very soon. We want to make this site better. Please contact us at contribute@churchlatin.com with any suggestions that would make this site an even more fruitful experience.

MAX

Maximus Scriptorius Publications

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