By André Bastos Gurgel, OAB and John Priest, BA, Cert. Min.
Few people realize that the Irish produced great literary works that, in our humble opinion, are as good as their Roman and ancient Greek counterparts. Consequently, it is difficult to find scholars who truly appreciate this kind of literature. This is manifest in the fact that there are very few institutions of higher learning outside of Ireland that allow for its study. We at Carmenta Latin School, however, feel that such literary tradition should not be be overlooked. Continue Reading