The following products help support the continuing education of learning Latin, as well as celebrating the Latin language itself. To access additional information about the following materials or to make a purchase, simply click on the author's name bolded in blue. While the following items are not sold by APSL, they are endorsed by APSL.
Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI and his identical twin, Fr. Dominic, are members of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. They founded St. Joseph's Media in 1994, which is a publisher of traditional Catholic books. Fr. Francisco Radecki designed his book, Latin Alive, to show that Latin is a logical language and can be taught in a systematic manner. Though the book is primarily for secondary school students, adults will also find it useful to help them understand the Latin spoken in the traditional Mass, and college students will find it invaluable as a reference handbook.Latin Alive actually makes studying and learning the Latin language both fun and enjoyable. A complete listing of his publications is found below with details found on his website.
Dr. Malcolm Donalson is Professor of Foreign Languages and History at The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science. He earned his Ph.D. in Humanities at The Florida State University and is a member of the North American Patristics Society and the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality. His publications range from The Cult of Isis in the Roman Empire:Isis Invicta, which examines the chief characteristics of the Isis cult in addition to an historical survey of the cult's progress and setbacks, to The Domestic Cat in Roman Civilization. A full list of his publications is listed below with information found on his website.
The Cult of Isis in the Roman Empire: Isis Invicta
The Domestic Cat in Roman Civilization
The History of the Wolf in Western Civilization: From Antiquity to the Middle Ages
A Chronicle of the Kings of the Visigoths: From Alaric to the Moorish Conquest (395-737 A.D.)
A Translation from Latin into English of Devirginitate Perpetua Sanctae Mariae: The Perpetual Viginity of Holy Mary by Ildefonsus of Toledo (c. 650 A.D.)
A Translation of Jerome's Chronicon wiht Historical Commentary
Philip G. Roets taught middle school reading, math and science; was a professor of Biblical studies and languages (Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Spanish and French); and a Chaplain. Moreover, the author received an Auxilium Latinum award in the 1930's! His educational book, Greek & Latin Prefixes & Word Parts, was written to help students unlock the meanings of many words used in the English language as well as to understand the words based on Greek and Latin mythology.
From Arthur Paone comes a new story that captures the essence of the extraordinary Julius Caesar: Cicero and Cleopatra: What really happened? His book takes the legendary historical Roman General and places him in an engaging narrative that both hews to historical fact, and also brings Caesar alive as the complex civic leader, a politician, a husband and lover, a father, a military strategist, and as a hero and visionary that has made him a much talked about figure for more than two thousand years.