You guys would do well to stop arguing over meaningless topics, and have some real discussions. Wouldn't CI be a lot better if we discussed the Fathers and St. Thomas instead of BOD and silly conspiracies? How does any of this help posters grow in their faith? Before you take swipes at me for my age, I'd ask you how many of you can read Latin or Greek. What do you spend your free time doing? Studying Scripture and reading the Fathers, or arguing on silly forums like this?
I can read Latin and Greek and Hebrew. I value the intellectual tradition of the Church very much. In my experience, however, abstract theological discussions rarely help people to grow in their faith.
Usually people most benefit from practical discussions on how to live out their faith every day. For example, how do we balance our prayers and devotions with our duties of our state of life? What sorts of recreation are wholesome and suitable for Catholics? How can we best prepare ourselves for Confession and/or Mass? What should we do when distracted at prayer?
It's great that you would like to see this forum doing more to help people be better Catholics and I'm sure there is room for improvement for most of us. But reading Latin and Greek has nothing to do with holiness. On the contrary, pride in one's intellectual attainments is an obstacle to holiness. (I know because I've been there and done that.)
What languages one knows or books one has read are mere knowledge. This is not the same as, or as important as, wisdom. And neither of these is as important as kindness. One cannot be a scholar in service to the Church without a foundation of prayer and penance. We are in constant danger of intellectual pride and can end up doing more harm than good, if it is left unchecked.
Not many people are called to be scholars. You very well may be one of them, but this does not mean you should look down on those who are not. Scholars have much to learn from non-scholars. Many people will have some virtue in which they excel and we should be quick to recognize and imitate these.