Latin phrases by Saint Malachy
Starting with phrase number 26

  1. Cubus de Mixtione - The Block of Mixture (Pope Boniface IX (1389-1404) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His coat of arms had cubes painted on it)
  2. De Antiquitate Urbis - Of the Antiquity of the City (Pope Gregory XIV (1590-1591) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was from Milan, an old city founded in 400 BC)
  3. De Balneis Etruriae - From the Baths of Etruria (Pope Gregory XVI (1831-1846) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - Before becoming a Pope he was a member of the Camaldolese Order, which had a campus called Fonte Bueno, good fountain)
  4. De Bona Religione - Of a Good Religion (Pope Innocent XIII (1721-1724) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was from the Conti family, which produced several popes)
  5. De Capra et Albergo - From a She-Goat and a Tavern (Pope Pius II (1458-1464) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was secretary to Cardinal Domenico Capranica and Cardinal Albergatti before he was elected Pope)
  6. De Cervo et Leone - From a Stag and a Lion (Pope Paul II (1464-1471) motto, according to St. Malachy propheciesi - He was Bishop of Cervia (stag) and Cardinal of St. Mark (lion) before becoming pope)
  7. De Corona Montana - Out of the Crown the Mountain (Pope Julius III (1550-1555) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His name was Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte (of the mountain) and his coat of arms depicted a mountain and a crown of laurel)
  8. De Craticula Politiana - From a Politician Gridiron (Pope Leo X (1513-1521) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His father was Lorenzo de’ Medici. The motto evidently refers to St. Lawrence (Lorenzo), who was put on a grill and barbecued alive. St. Lawrence is the one that said Edite iam coctus before dying)
  9. De Cruce Apostilica - From an Apostolic Cross (Pope Anti-pope Clement VII (1378-1394) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies. His title was cardinal of the 12 apostles and his coat of arms had a cross)
  10. De Fasciis Aquitanicis - From the Bonds of Aquitaine (Pope Clement V (1305-1314) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in the region of Aquitania and his coat of arms had three horizontal bars, known in heraldry as fesses)
  11. De Fide Petri - Of the Faith of Peter (Pope Paul IV (1555-1559) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - Hes name was Giovanni Pietro (Peter) Caraffa. Carrafa is derived from Latin ara fides, or altar of faith)
  12. De Flumine Magno - From a Great River). Clement X (1670-1676) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - There is no association with his coat of arms, name or birth place. Some claim that this motto refers to an overflow of the Tiber river banks, in Rome, where he was born, on the day he was born)
  13. De inferno praegnante - From Hell in Childbirth (Pope Urban VI (1378-1389) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in a place called Inferno (Hell) near Naples)
  14. De Labore Solis - Of the Eclipse of the Sun, or from the Labour of the sun or from the pregnancy of the sun (Pope John Paul II (1978-2005) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - There was a solar eclipse the day he was born)
  15. De Medietate Lunae - Of the Middleness of the Moon (Pope John Paul I (1978) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in Belluno (Beautiful moon), his reign started on a half-moon and only lasted half-month)
  16. De Meliore Sidere - From a Better Star (Pope Innocent VII (1404-1406) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was called Meliorati and his coat of arms had a star)
  17. De Modicitate Lunae - Of the Moon's Temperance (Pope Nicholas V (1447-1455) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in Garzeino, diocese of the moons, his family was poor)
  18. De Montibus Pammachii - From the Mountains of Pammachius (Pope Innocent VI (1352-1362) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was cardinal of Pammachius and his coat of arms depicted six mountains)
  19. De Pannonia Tusciae - From Tuscan Hungary (Antipope Callixtus III (1168-1178) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in Hungary and was a Tuscan bishop)
  20. De Parvo Homine - From a Little Man (Pope Pius III (1503) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His last name was Piccolomini (piccolo = "small" and uomoni = "men" and reigned only 26 days)
  21. De Rore Caeli - Of the Dew of the Heavens (Pope Urban VII (1590) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was Archbishop of Rossano in Calabria, where "dew of heaven"), a sap from local trees, was collected)
  22. De Rure Albo - From the White Field (Pope Adrian IV (1154-1159) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was born in Saint Albans (albus = "white") and his family were farmers)
  23. De Rure Bovensi - From Cattle Country (Pope Celestine III (1191-1198) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His last name was Bobone (bovis = cattle))
  24. De Schola Exiet - Let Him Come Out of School (Pope Clement III (1187-1191) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - His last name was Scolari)
  25. De Sutore Osseo - Of the Bony Cobbler (Pope John XXII (1316-1334) motto, according to St. Malachy prophecies - He was the son of a shoemaker (cobbler) with the French last name D'Euze, "of Bones")

Total: 112
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