Monday, September 15, 2008

Vatican websites

As I have said many times, Latin is STILL the official language of the Roman Catholic Church whose head, the Pope of Rome, resides in the Vatican City, the smallest recognized state on earth. All documents released from the Pope are always in Latin FIRST and then translated into the other languages of the world. I'd invite you to have a look at it and see what you can do.

Also, I have said many times that the Roman Catholic Church is the heir to the pagan Roman Empire. As such, it has collected and amassed a large and very fine collection of both Roman and Greek antiquities. You can see pictures of their collection at their website here:

And, the Vatican has a radio station. You can listen to it on the web in English. Its contents are Roman Catholic in origin and I'm not trying to promote Roman Catholicism (as even I am not Catholic), but I'm just throwing it out there for you.

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