I just received the latest issue of The Classical Teacher from Memoria Press. It is a regular periodical devoted to "Materials, Methods, and Motivation for Classical Education" and it is available by free subscription on MP's website. If one is seeking materials for the study of Ecclesiastical Latin or study helps for the Classics in general it is hard to beat Memoria Press. I believe the website even has a discussion board for those interested in learning and/or teaching Latin. Add this fine resource to another one I previously mentioned here.
In this latest edition of The Classical Teacher, there is a short but excellent article by R.W. Livingstone titled "In Defense of Latin." The article is excerpted from Livingstone's A Defence of Classical Education, written in 1917, when "progressive education" had just begun to get a foothold that would eventually change the entire approach to education. Livingstone was President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in the early twentieth century.