…Santa María , mater Dei, ora pro nobis pecarorum (Traducción)

By: juanrico

Jul 08 2017

Category: Uncategorized

As the old priest, D. Aristophanus, continued reciting the litany, the honourable men from the main altar were searching for the seat that Saintfountain used to occupy, while the common church-goers were replying with a monotonous – Santa Veneratam: ora pro nobis; Virgen Inmaculatam: ora pro nobis; Virgo Maria: ora pro nobis… at this moment, as if “Virgo Maria” sexually appealled to them, they rolled their anxious eyes in a convulsive movement trying to spot that so gracious lady that used to make them all go crazy. D. Aristophanus wasn`t, however, ignorant of what was it going on nearby, as he was unable to see the honourable men’s lips to make the least tiny move in their prayers…


  1. Mientras el viejo Aristofano continuaba con la letanía, los reputados personalidades al lado del altar buscaban con sus ojos el reclinatorio que la hermosa Fontanasanta solía ocupar, al tiempo que los devotos feligreses replicaban en latín: Santa Veneratam -ora pro nobis; Virgo Inmaculatam -ora pro nobis; Virgo María -ora pro nobis; … en aquel momento, como si el anunciar “Virgo María” les proclamaran sexualmente, daban vueltas a sus ojos de forma compulsiva tratando de localizar a tan agraciada señora que les sacaba de quicio.
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