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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Vatican_City

What became Vatican City was from 1870 to 1929 part of the Kingdom of Italy, whose official language also was Italian, and before 1870 it was part of the Papal States, in which standard Italian (based on Tuscan) and various Italian dialects, such as Emiliano-Romagnolo, were spoken, but which for the first centuries of its existence used Latin ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin

Latin was or is the official language of European states: Holy See – used in the diocese, with Italian being the official language of Vatican City Hungary – Latin was the sole official language of the Kingdom of Hungary from the 11th century to the mid 19th century, when it was replaced by Hungarian in 1844.

www.vatican.va/news_services/liturgy/details/ns_lit_doc_20091117_lingua-latina_en.html

THE USE OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE . Undoubtedly, Latin is the language that has the most longevity in the Roman Liturgy: It has been in use for over sixteen centuries, that is to say, from the time when the official liturgical language of the Church went from Greek to Latin – a change completed under Pope Damasus (+384).

www.telegraph.co.uk/.../Vatican-gives-new-life-to-Latin-with-new-journal.html

Vatican gives new life to Latin with new journal The language of Caesar, Cicero and Pliny has been given a boost as the Vatican launched a revamped version of a journal in Latin.

www.quora.com/How-prevalent-is-spoken-Latin-in-Vatican-City

Well, you can find it on the ATMs! :-) Spoken Latin, which is technically the official language of the Catholic Church, is incredibly rare in non-liturgical, ordinary life. (Very very few Catholics know it well enough to speak it.) It's a lang...

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DOCUMENTS OF VATICAN COUNCIL II with a focus on Liturgy ... The classic volume includes sixteen documents and uses inclusive language for men and women. Where the Latin original clearly means both men and women, it has been translated as such. Where the

www.studycountry.com/guide/VA-language.htm

Vatican City is located inside of Rome, Italy. This is an indicator that most of those who reside within the Vatican speak Italian; however there are still those who speak different European languages like Spanish. Aside from the regular European languages present, it is only here where Latin is practiced and is somewhat still alive.

cruxnow.com/vatican/2017/04/20/catholic-church-still-care-latin

ROME — Existing in some form since several hundred years before Christ, the Latin language seems like an unlikely subject still to be generating brand new research, especially among young scholars.

www.reuters.com/article/us-pope-latin-idUSKCN0HV1O220141006

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - In a break with the past, Pope Francis has decided that Latin will not be the official language of a worldwide gathering of bishops at the Vatican. A cardinal made the ...

www.ethnologue.com/language/lat

A language profile for Latin. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. A language profile for Latin. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. ... Revival effort underway. The Vatican Latin Foundation established in 1976. Language Resources. OLAC resources in and about Latin ...