Friday, March 15, 2013
I was watching the announcement live yesterday and was pleased to hear Latin spoken for the first time in a while. My Latin not being especially good, I thought after hearing that either: 1) the Pope's name is Francisco, or 2) something to do with the Franciscan Order that I didn't understand was announced. Luckily it was the former.
I found the following on the Portuguese Wikipedia giving the Latin announcement with translation in Portuguese:
|Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum:||Anuncio-vos com grande alegria|
|habemus Papam!||temos um Papa!|
|Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum,||O Eminentíssimo e Reverendíssimo Senhor|
|Dominum Georgium Marium||D. Jorge Mario|
|Sanctæ Romanæ Ecclesiæ Cardinalem Bergoglio||Cardeal da Santa Igreja Romana, Bergoglio|
|qui sibi nomen imposuit Franciscum.||que adotou o nome de Francisco.|
After a quick glance at some other Romance Wikipedias I don't see a translation in any of them.