Ecclesiastical, Catholic, Religious Latin phrases
Starting with phrase number 101

  1. Kyrie, ignis divine, eleison - Lord, divine fire, have mercy (Ecclesiastical term take from the Greek)
  2. Laborem exercens - Human labor (Encyclical of Pope John Paul II)
  3. Latae sententiae - Sentence that follows (Ecclesiastical term)
  4. Laudate dominum omnes gentes - Praise the Lord (Ecclesiastical term )
  5. Lauder et laudis - Praise and thanksgiving (Ecclesiastical term - Old Christian chant)
  6. Legimus in Scripturis - We read in the Scriptures (Ecclesiastical term)
  7. Mater et magistra - Mother and teacher (Vulgate - Encyclical of John XXIII)
  8. Mea culpa - My fault (Ecclesiastical term - Is always in a context of recognizing something wrong, apologizing, etc. For example "I confess I am a sinner")
  9. Memento homo, quia pulvis eris et in pulverem reverteris - Remember man, that you are dust and to dust you return (Ecclesiastical term - Used in the ceremony of the imposition of Ash Wednesday - Vulgate, Genesis 3.19)
  10. Memento mei - Remember Me (Ecclesiastical term - Words that a priest says to another when he goes to celebrate mass)
  11. Misa de requiem - Masses of dead (Ecclesiastical term)
  12. Misae solemnes - Solemn masses (Ecclesiastical term )
  13. Mixti fori - Mixed court (Ecclesiastical and secular)
  14. Mulier, decepta his verbis, decerpsit fructum et comedit - The woman was deceived by these words, plucked and ate fruit (Ecclesiastical term - Compendium of Sacred History - Charles Francois Lhomond)
  15. Munificentissimus Deus - The most bountiful God (Ecclesiastical term - Apostolic Constitution of Pope Pius XII) )
  16. Mysterium fidei - The mystery of faith (Encyclical written by Pablo VI)
  17. Nihil innovetur - Let nothing new be introduced (Ecclesiastical term - Principle governing the period of "vacant headquarters," or Sede Vacante Nihil Innovetur after the death of a Pope)
  18. Non Draco Sit Mihi Dux - Do not let the dragon (devil) be my guide (Ecclesiastical term - Initials on the back of the Cross of San Benito Abad - Abbreviated as NDSMD)
  19. Non habbiate paura! Aperite portas Christi! - Don't be afraid! Open the doors to Christ! (Ecclesiastical term - Pronounced by Karol Wojtyla (Saint John Paul II) when he was elected Pope)
  20. Novus Ordo Missae - New Protestant church (Ecclesiastical term)
  21. Numquam Suade Mihi Vana - You will never will persuade me with vain things (Ecclesiastical term - Inscribed on the back of the Cross of San Benito Abad, which when spoken together are a powerful exorcism - Abbreviated as NSMV)
  22. Nuntio vobis gaudium magnum: Habemus papam - I announce to you a great joy: we have a Pope (Ecclesiastical term - Words said when opening the balcony to present the new pope to the world after his election at the conclave.)
  23. O Crux, ave, spes unica Hoc passionis tempore, auge piis iustitiam, reisque dona veniam - Hail O Cross, our one hope. In this time of passion, increase the righteousness of the saints and give forgiveness to the guilty (Ancient hymn)
  24. Omnis mundus iucundetur - The entire world is happy (Ecclesiastical term - Christmas Song)
  25. Ordinarium missae - Mass Ordinary (Ecclesiastical term)
  26. Pacem in terris - Peace on Earth (Ecclesiastical term - Encyclical of Pope John XXIII)
  27. Panis angelicus - Bread of Angels (Ecclesiastical term - Part of one of Hymns of Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  28. Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonici - Poor fellow soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon (Ecclesiastical term - Refers to the Templars)
  29. Pax tecum, et cum spiritu tuo - Peace be with you, and with your spirit (Ecclesiastical Term - When you die go in peace - Thank you: Mrs. I.P. Freely)
  30. Pontifex Maximus - Supreme Pontiff (Ecclesiastical Term - Refers to the Pope - Often abbreviated as P.M. or Pont. Max.)
  31. Populorum progressio - The development of the people (Encyclical written by Pope Paul VI)
  32. Procedamus omnes in pace - All move forward in peace (Ecclesiastical term)
  33. Procedant omnes - All move forward (Ecclesiastical term - Invitation from the master of ceremonies)
  34. Propter libidinem - Because of lust (Ecclesiastical term - Thomas Aquinas used this argument to explain that if the priest was a woman, the faithful (men) would get sexually excited)
  35. Prosit - Cheers (Ecclesiastical term - after a meal and after the priests after Mass)
  36. Provida mater Ecclesia - Provident Mother Church (Ecclesiastical term - Apostolic Constitution of Pope Pius XII)
  37. Puer natus est nobis - A child is born to us (Ecclesiastical term - Introit of the third Mass on Christmas)
  38. Puer natus in Bethleem - A child is born in Bethlehem (Ecclesiastical term)
  39. Pueri Hebraeorum - Jewish Children (Ecclesiastical term - Antiphon in the procession of the palms on Palm Sunday)
  40. Quadragesimo anno - Fortieth anniversary (Encyclical Letter of His Holiness Pius XI, commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the publication of Leo XIII's egregious encyclical Rerum Novarum)
  41. Quaerens quem devoret - Buscando a quien devoraret - Looking for someone to devour (Ecclesiastical term - Vulgate - Epistles I, 5, 8 - In reference to the devil)
  42. Redemptor hominis - The Redeemer of man (Pope John Paul II - Encyclical letter)
  43. Redemptoris Mater - The Mother of the Redeemer (Pope John Paul II - Encyclical letter)
  44. Redemptoris missio - The mission of the Redeemer (Pope John Paul II - Encyclical letter)
  45. Refugium peccatorum - Refuge of Sinners (Ecclesiastical Term -Litany of the Virgin - Litany is a series of short petitions and exhortations sung or said by deacon or priest. This is one of the four that advocates Mary, the helper)
  46. Regina coeli, laetare! - Hail, Queen of Heaven! (Ecclesiastical term )
  47. Remotio obicis - Removal of an impediment (Ecclesiastical term - As in the removal of sin as an impediment to the reception of grace)
  48. Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine: et lux perpetua luceat eis - Give them lord eternal rest and let the perpetual light shine over them (Ecclesiastical term)
  49. Rerum novarum - Of the new things (Ecclesiastical term - Encyclical letter by Pope Leo XII concerning the conditions of the working classes)
  50. Sacerdotalis caelibatus - The celibacy of priests (Pope Paul VI Encyclical letter)
  51. Sacrae disciplinae leges - Code of Canon Law (Ecclesiastical term)
  52. Sacramentum caritatis - The sacrament of charity (Ecclesiastical term - Definition of the Mass by St. Thomas Aquinas)
  53. Sacramentum proprie dicitur quod ita signum est gratiae Dei, ei invisibilis gratiae forma, ut ipsius imaginem gerat et causa existat - Something can can properly be called a sacrament if it is a sign of the grace of God and a form of invisible grace, so that it bears its image and exists as its cause (Ecclesiastical term - definition of "sacrament")
  54. Salus infirmorum - Health of the sick (Ecclesiastical Term -Litany of the Virgin - Litany is a series of short petitions and exhortations sung or said by deacon or priest. This is one of the four that advocates Mary, the helper)
  55. Sancta Maria Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae - Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death (Ecclesiastical term - Part of the prayer "Hail Mary")
  56. Sancta Romana et Universalis Ecclesia - Holy Roman and Universal Church (Ecclesiastical term - Title of the Catholic Church by a decree of Pope John XXII, of December 30, 1317)
  57. Sancta sancte tractanda - Holy things must be treated holily (Ecclesiastical term)
  58. Sancta sanctorum - The holiest of all holy (Ecclesiastical term)
  59. Sapientia aedificavit sibi domun - Wisdom has built a house (Ecclesiastical term - vulgate, Proverbs 9,1 - Motto of several Universities)
  60. Sedeant - Sit down (Ecclesiastical and ceremonial term)
  61. Sedes non moritur - The seat does not die (Ecclesiastical term - The power of the seat (throne) is transmitted to the next person)
  62. Si vis amari ama - I you want to be loved, love (Ecclesiastical term - St. Augustine)
  63. Sicut ergo Iudith et Tobi et Machabaeorum libros legit quidem Ecclesia, sed inter canonicas scripturas non recipit: sic et haec duo volumina (Eclo y Sab) legat ad aedificationem plebis, non ad auctoritatem ec­clesiaticorum dogmatum confirmandam - And just as the Church certainly reads the books of Judith, Tobias and Maccabees, but does not get in the canonical Scriptures, just these two (Ecclesiastic and Wisdom), the Church reads for the edification of the faithful, but not to confirm the authority of ecclesiastical dogmas (St. Jerome)
  64. Signum dispositivum - Dispositive sign (Ecclesiastical term - person is disposed to share in the divine nature)
  65. Sint Unum - Be one (with God - Ecclesiastical term)
  66. Slavorum apostoli - The apostles of the Slavs (Encyclical of Pope John Paul II)
  67. Sollicitudo rei sociales - The social concern of the Church (Encyclical of Pope John Paul II)
  68. Spiritualist excursus - Spiritual practice (Ecclesiastical term)
  69. Stella matutina - Morning Star (Ecclesiastical term - Litany of the virgin)
  70. Sunt Mala Quae Libas - The drinks that you offer are bad (Ecclesiastical term - Motto written on the cross of San Benito Abad - Abbreviated as SMQL)
  71. Sursum corda - Raise the hearts (Ecclesiastical term - words uttered by the priest at Mass, at the beginning of the preface. These words are mean that we recall our lofty sentiments and that we must raise our thinking)
  72. Suspensio a divinis - Suspension of the Divine (Ecclesiastical term - Canonical punishment - Suspension of the right to celebrate sacraments)
  73. Tantum ergo sacramentum veneremus cernui - So great sacrament, lets worship it in truth (St. Thomas Aquinas - Part of the hymn "Pange Lingua")
  74. Te Deum Laudamus - We praise God (Old Christian hymn)
  75. Tribus continuis diebus festivis in ecclesia inter missarum solemnia - In three consecutive festive days, while mass is celebrated (Ecclesiastical Term - Spanish Church, Book of Marriages)
  76. Turris eburnea - Ivory Tower (Litany of the Virgin)
  77. Tuum Adoremus Nomen - Let us Adore Thy Name (Ecclesiastical term)
  78. Ubi caritas gaudet ibi est festivitas - Where there is charity, there is a feast of joy (Ecclesiastical term - St. John Chrysostom)
  79. Veni Creator Spiritus - Come creator spirit (Ecclesiastical Term - Part of a chant invoking the Holy Spirit)
  80. Veni Redemptor gentium - Come Redeemer of people (Ecclesiastical Term - Christmas Hymn)
  81. Venite ad me, et ego dabo vobis omnia bona - Come with me and I will give you all the goods (Ecclesiastical term)
  82. Veritatis splendor - The Splendor of Truth (Encyclical of Pope John Paul II)
  83. Vexilla Regis prudeunt inferni - The banners of the King of Hell draw closer (Vexilla Regis Latin hymn by Venantius Fortunatus, Bishop of Poitiers)
  84. Visita ad limina apostolorum - Visit to the threshold of the apostles (Ecclesiastical term - Obligation to visit the tombs of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Rome)
  85. Vita mutatur non tollitur - Life does not end, it changes (Ecclesiastical Term - appears in the Preface of the Mass for the dead and is a message of hope for the inevitable death)
  86. Vos estis lux mundi - You are the light of the world (Ecclesiastical term)

Total: 186

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