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Wyoming Catholic College: Colloquium Secundum

Libanus: Who’s your mistress, Delia? Delia: Amelia is my mistress… …Julius is my master… Delia: Who’s your master? Libanus: My lord is Cornelius… …and Fabia is my lady… …is Julius’s household large? Delia: It is large. Libanus: My household’s also large. Delia: Your household? It’s not yours, but Cornelius’s household… …Surely the other slaves of… Read More »

Neighborhood Closeup: VivaCity

– [Narrator] This week on The Handle.In the second of a three part serieson the city’s in-depth neighborhood plans,learn about the past andfuture of Amarillo’s Barrio,and get an exclusive tour of Llano Cemetery.Plus, get bitten by the retro gaming bug.All of this right now on Panhandle PBS,as we tell the stories of the Texas panhandle.–… Read More »

Hispanic Heritage Month | Your South Florida

We don’t want open borders. We don’t want people to come and go without a legal system of immigration. However, let’s not forget our immigrant roots and let’s not forget the generosity of the American heart, because that’s really who we are as a people. This Hispanic Heritage Month former United States Senator Mel Martinez… Read More »

Solemn High Nuptial Mass: Procession and Sacrament of Holy Matrimony

[ Chanted by the choir, ♪ Atténde Dómine ♪ ] [ The Clergy process in. ] [ The Organist plays ♪ Canon in D Major ♪ ] [ people sit ] [ The Mother of the Bride processes in. ] [ The Parents of the Groom enter. ] [ Jr. Bridesmaid and Jr. Groomsman enter.… Read More »

Catholic Mass Facing East vs Facing the People

Many ancient cultures believed east to be the direction of new life… ..several temples and monuments were built to face the rising sun Jewish tradition also revered the cardinal direction. Man’s first home, Eden, was situated in the east. The tents used by the tribe of Judah during the desert wanderings were oriented eastward as… Read More »

What Latin Sounded Like – and how we know

Rome fell in the year 476. The microphone wasn’t invented until the 1870’s. That’s quite a gap. And yet we still know how the old Romans pronounced their Latin. Prove it? Okay! Catholic school. Literature class. My teacher is Father, uh… let’s call him Father F. A fellow language-head himself, Father F has a much… Read More »