“Mortus est lingua mortua,” report UCA News and Global Pulse. Two great publications I enjoy reading regularly. But in the report that the “dead language has died,” the headline writer might want to check the Latin grammar in “mortus.” But then again, I suppose it confirms the main point of the story as it is.
The author says of Latin:
It is a sign of the centralization of the Church of Rome in Rome. … Latin symbolizes a model of the church…
If I’m not mistaken, Laudato Si’ will eventually be issued in Latin.