LVDVS DOMESTICVS: '03-'04.

Third Experience - Homework 26

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§ Liturgica SOLEMNITAS SANCTI IOSEPHI [XIX mensis Martii] plurima nobis praebet optimae Latinitatis exempla: (Liturgia Pauli VI: 1972-1975).

A] Orationes Missalis Romani:

+ "Familiam tuam - quaesumus, Domine - quam de beati Ioseph solemnitate laetantem ex huius altaris alimonia satiasti perpetua protectione defende et tua in ea propitiatus dona custodi".
VOCAB. alimonia,ae-F.=food.

  1. From the verb: 'laetor,ari,laetatus', Give the possible participles AND their natural meaning:
  2. If the verb is: 'satio,are-1: to satisfy,satiate', then what Time must you see in that: "satiasti"? ________. Which is a simple contraction for:= ________
  3. If the verb is: 'propitio,are=to propitiate, appease', then the form here must mean:= ________ and must agree with WHAT? ________
  4. To show that you know: in the text above reverse: 'in ea'= ________ 'tua'= ________ 'alimonia'= ________ 'dona'= ________ 'perpetua'= ________
  5. In l.1 instead of 'laetantem', if you would read the following words what must be your idea-interpretation: 'laetaturam'= ________ 'laetatam'= ________
  6. What must be the reversed of: 'protectionE defendE' ??=
  7. If the reversed of: 'satiastI' must be: ________, then the reversed of 'custodI' must also be?= ________
  8. From your Exper. 1, what is that 'familiam' DOING in the sentence: EXPLAIN fully=
  9. If 'ex' is going to be used with ABL. 'alimonia', then what does: "huius altaris" mean ?= ________ and its reversed will be (20%)= ________
  10. Your own faithful version of the modern Latin liturgical text:

+ "Praesta - quaesumus omnipotens Deus - ut humanae salutis mysteria, cuius primordia beati Ioseph fideli custodiae commisisti, Ecclesia tua ipso intercedente iugiter servet implenda".
VOCAB. primordium,i-N.=beginning. iugis,e=continual. servare=to keep,preserve.

  1. If the verb is: "implere=to fulfill,realize", then the form used in the liturgy must mean naturally:= ________ agreeing with: ________
  2. What is the verb that goes with that 'ut=so that'? ________ and its subject? ________
  3. What form-case do you see in that "Deus"? ________, its reversed: ________
  4. If the verb is: 'praestare=to give,grant', then the form here is ________ and its legal-fancy-comic form would be: ________
  5. Your own - better than ISEL - version of the new Latin text:

B] Lectiones Missalis Romani: ((Jesus' parents look for him - lost in Jerusalem))
"Existimantes autem +illum esse+ in comitatu venerunt iter diei, et requirebant eum inter cognatos et notos. Et non invenientes regressi sunt in Ierusalem requirentes illum. Et factum est: post triduum invenerunt illum in templo, sedentem in medio doctorum, audientem illos et interrogantem eos... /...Et dixit mater eius ad illum: 'Fili, quid fecisti nobis sic? Ecce pater tuus et ego dolentes quaerebamus te'" [Luc.II]
VOCAB. +illum esse+=him to be, that he was. quid=what,WHY.

  1. The verbal forms: 'existimantes-invenientes-requirantes-sedentem-audientem-anterrogantem-dolentes' are named-called by US as what?
  2. Your version of the scripture text: (not from memory but from the Latin texts!):
  3. Your school training taught you how-what to do in transforming the Latin participles according to their natural meaning into RELATIVE CLAUSES:.
    that 'audientem' in its sentence and main verb will have to look in Latin like:
    and the 'existimantes' will also have to appear in Latin how in a relative clause to fit in the whole sentence: [DIFFICULT THINGS WHICH REQUIRE THOUGHT!!!]

C]Some of the hymns-songs in honor of St. Joseph [1976]:
'Te - Ioseph - celebrent agmina caelitum
te cuncti resonent christiadum chori
qui clarus meritis iunctus es inclitae
casto fodere Virgini".

VOCAB. caeles,itis=heaven-dweller. christiadis,is=christ-follower. inclitus,a,um=famous. fodeus=pact,covenant.

  1. If the verbs in L.1-2 are: "celebrare-1" and "resonare-1", then here as main verbs must sound how?
  2. I should not have to ask you on Ludus 26!!! what the subjects of 'celebrent' ________ and 'resonent' ________.
  3. Your translation of the liturgical hymn:

Third Experience Latin - Fr. Reginald Foster

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