I wanted the practice so I started to say the basic prayers of the rosary in Latin.
Then I decided to start trying some others and found a fountain of prayers at this site (edit: Oops - same link as provided in the above post).
I am finding that comprehension is beginning to take place as I learn vocabulary. I have found myself actually translating pieces subconsciously as certain words repeat themselves in other prayers and I make those associations, along with having known the prayer my entire life.
This same thing happened to me in another language when I lived in a foreign language. The more time I spend in it, the more I begin to comprehend, even if not being able to speak.
Here is one with recordings to help with pronounciation
I truly believe that when so many young people, born after V-II, want to pray or learn latin, it is being guided by the Holy Spirit. I believe the Lord wants this beautiful language of our Church preserved.
I was only 16 years old and got a whim to try to learn Latin. I picked up a Latin book and over the next few weeks attempted to learn, but the book was not good for self teaching. I’ve since found some and even online stuff that helps, provided by others when I asked for resources.
One goal I have is to start and end my confession with Latin. I have the Act of Contrition, but need to learn how to say,
“Father forgive me, for I have sinned…” or comparable.