Latin Language is dying in Church - Pope's Translator said
Pope's translator hired in London announces that Latin is dying in Catholic Church. And now less and less people talk Latin in the Church. Young priests are not studying the language either. 45 years ago you could hear Latin at seminaries, elevators, around the house at San Pancrazio monastery. And Pope is not happy about it. A good comparison was made: listening to St Augustine in English is the same as listening to Mozart through a jukebox. So, every year 130 students will be accepted to a new school where Latin language tradition will be reincarnated.