Proof that pizza is divine

February 27, 2007 at 3:17 pm (Amusement, Christianity, Languages, Religion)

From the invitatory* in Latin: “Veníte, exsultémus Dómino” (Psalm 95:1), which means, “Come, let us exult in Domino[‘s pizza]” although the Vatican, in its usual traditional, old-fashioned, conspiratorial, and literalist way, says that its translation is “Come, let us exult in the Lord” (and this is, quite technically, the literal translation), but we know the real interpretation.

*The invitatory is a psalm, usually Psalm 95, that is recited before the day’s first office in the Liturgy of the Hours.

(For Tuesday, February 27, anno Domini 2007; Tuesday of the First Week of Lent, the 7th day in Lent, the 6th day of penitence of Lent.)

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3 Comments

  1. skinbad said,

    How do you say “Don’t burn the roof of your mouth” in Latin?

    Haven’t checked in for awhile. Hope things are going OK for you. Good luck with your career path plans.

  2. Sadiq said,

    hahah,,,

  3. HayZeus said,

    Agreed, which is why (like chocolate) it’s also unfortunately loaded with calories. 😉

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