Here are our compiled Latin Resources. There are on-site suggestions, off-site suggestions, and additional places to look. The product is a PDF of this list.
Here are our compiled Latin Resources
On this site:
- Latin Verb & Noun Endings Quick Reference Sheet (Free)
- A Family Handbook of Prayer which includes some Latin (Free)
- Supplemental Religious Material for Latin (Family-$5/Co-op or classroom $10) (Includes some familiar Lutheran texts, vocabulary help, Latin text of creeds and some common hymns, “A Mighty Fortress” translated into Latin, the O Antiphons in Latin, some religious phrases for memory work, and some advice and suggestions)
Other Lutheran Websites
- Lex Semper Accusat (Free): This blog includes notes for translating the Augsburg Confession from Latin!
- Retinenda: Latin for Lutherans (Free)
- Luther’s Latin Litany (Free)
- Triglotta (German/Latin) (Free)
Latin Books by Lutherans
- There is a lovely Small Catechism in Latin with notes put together by Rev. Dr. Edward Naumann.
- Luther’s Small Catechism: An Intermediate Latin Reader, Large Print, put together by Philip Schaffer
- Liber Hymnorum: The Latin Hymns of the Lutheran Church!
- The Book of Psalms in English & Latin by Latif Haki Gaba
- Liber Psalmorum by Latif Haki Gaba
- Iter Aeneae, part 1 of the Aeneis Pro Liberis series, by Philip Schaffer
- Lacrimae Didonis, part 2 of the Aeneis Pro Liberis series, by Philip Schaffer
- The Latin Vocabulary of the Small Catechism
- The Latin Vocabulary of the Augsburg Confession
- The Augsburg Confession: A Latin Reader
You may also be interested in this comparison chart about various introductory Latin programs. Also, readers have also not seen, but been curious about these:
- Mille Fabulae et Una: 1001 Aesop’s Fables in Latin (free download)
- Vulgate Verses: 4000 Sayings from the Bible for Teachers and Students of Latin
- Latin Via Proverbs
- Latin Bible Reader
- A First Latin Reader
Anything else we can add to this list of compiled Latin resources? 🙂
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