Ecclesiastical, Catholic, Religious Latin phrases
Starting with phrase number 26

  1. Attende Domine, et miserere quia peccavimus tibi - Hear us, O Lord, and have mercy, for we have sinned against Thee (Ecclesiastical term - Gregorian Chant)
  2. Auxilium christianorum - Help of Christians (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)
  3. Ave, color vini clari! Ave, sapor sine pariˇ - Hail, color of clear wine! Hail, taste without equal (Hymn - Juan Ponce, c. 1590)
  4. Ave Maria, gratia plena, dominus tecum, benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Jesus - Hail Mary, full of grace, our Lord is with thee, blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus (Ecclesiastical term - First part of The Hail Mary)
  5. Beatae memoriae - Of blessed memory (Bede, Historiam Ecclesiasticam Gentis Anglorum, V)
  6. Benedic, Domine, nos et haec tua dona, quae de tua largitate sumus sumpturi - Bless us Lord for these Your gifts (Ecclesiastical term - prayer before consuming food)
  7. Bis orat qui bene cantat - Who sings well, prays twice (Ecclesiastical term - Importance of singing during mass)
  8. Caput ieiunii - Beginning of the fast (Ecclesiastical term - Ash Wednesday)
  9. Cardinalis in pectore - Cardinal in the breast (Ecclesiastical term - The pope keeps it a secret until he wishes to announce it)
  10. Castigo corpus meum - I punish my body (Ecclesiastical term - A self-punishing practice to cleanse sin)
  11. Cave, cave, Deus videt! - Beware, beware, God sees! (Ecclesiastical term)
  12. Christi Matri - Mother of Christ (Encyclical letter written by pope Paul VI)
  13. Christus vincit, regnat, imperat: ab omni malo plebem suam defendat. - Christ conquers, He reigns, He commands; may He defend His people from all evil. (Ecclesiastical Term from iThe Laudes Regić (Royal Praises or Royal Acclamations), a hymn used in the rites of the Catholic Church. Pope Sixtus V had these words engraved on the obelisk which stands in the centre of Saint Peter’s Square at Rome. Source: catholicismpure.wordpress - Thank you: Claire S)
  14. Codex Iuris Canonici - Code of Canon Law (Ecclesiastical term)
  15. Coenantibus autem eis, aceepit Jesus panem, et benedixit, ac fregit, deditque diseipulis suis, et ait: Aecipite, et comedite: Hoc est Corpus meum - Dinning with them, Jesus took the bread, blessed and shared it with his disciples, and said, Take, eat: this is my body (Ecclesiastical term - Eucharist)
  16. Consolatrix aflictorum - Comforter of the afflicted (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)
  17. Corpus iuris canonici - Body of Canon Law (Ecclesiastical term)
  18. Credo in Iesum Christum, filium eius unicum, Dominum nostrum - I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord (Ecclesiastical term)
  19. Crucem tuam adoramus Domine - We adore your Cross, Lord (Ecclesiastical term)
  20. Crux fidelis - Faithful cross (Ecclesiastical term)
  21. Crux Sancta Sit Mihi Lux - Let the Holy Cross be my light (Ecclesiastical term - Initials on the back of the Cross of San Benito Abad - Abbreviated as CSSML)
  22. Cultores sui Deus protegit - God defends those who adore him (Ecclesiastical term)
  23. Deo Patri sit gloria, et Filio qui a mortuis surrexit, ac Paraclito in saeculorum saecula - Glory to God the Father and the son who rose from the dead, and the Comforter Spirit, for ever and ever (Thus ends the ecclesiastical chant "Veni Creator Spiritus" -)
  24. Detestatio sacrorum - Renouncement of his own sacra (Ecclesiastical term - Renunciation of preexisting religious obligations)
  25. Deus adest et vocat te? - God is here and is calling you? (Ecclesiastical term - Question asked to Karol Wojtyla (John Paul II) when the vote was conducted in which he was elected pope)

Total: 186
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