Let us Proceed in Peace

Learn the prayer, “Let us proceed in peace / in the name of Christ, Amen” in Latin. Just before mass begins, the priest and servers bow to the crucifix. The priest says: Procedamus in pace | Let-us-proceed in peace The servers respond: In nomine Christi. Amen. | In the-name of-Christ. Amen. Click here and spend a few minutes learning these simple Latin words.

Psalm 42

As the Traditional Latin Mass begins, the priest recites psalm 42 (“Judge me, O God”) alternatively with the servers. Here is our Memrise course to teach you the Latin of psalm 42. It is divided into ten simple lessons. This is a beginner-level course, and can be completed by anyone, even with no prior training…

Glory to God in the Highest

Learn the Gloria in Latin. You can learn it with flashcards on Memrise. To keep things manageable, we have divided this course into twenty small sections, including nine vocabulary sections and eleven explanatory slides. Persistence pays off! Click on this link to begin learning the Gloria. Or, use our study sheet. Click the image to download…

Our help is in the name of the Lord

This prayer is often recited before blessings, especially when a bishop gives the blessing at the conclusion of mass. It is from Psalm 124: Our help is in the name of the Lord / who made heaven and earth. Adiutorium nostrum in nomine Domini / qui fecit caelum et terram. Here is a free Memrise…

The Our Father

Learn the Our Father in Latin. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation,…

Preface Dialogue

This Memrise course will teach you the Latin for the Preface Dialogue at mass. Dominus vobiscum. The-Lord be-with-you. Et cum spirtu<>tuo. And with your<>spirit. Sursum <> corda! Hearts <> up! Habemus ad Dominum. We-have-them toward the-Lord. Gratias agamus Domino-Deo-nostro. Thanks let-us-give to-the-Lord-our-God. Dignum et iustum est. Right and just it-is.

The Lord be with You

Here is our Memrise course to learn how to say “The Lord be with you” / “And with your spirit” in Latin. This course is free and simple enough for anyone. Dominus vobiscum. The-Lord be-with-you. Et cum spiritu<>tuo. And with your<>spirit.