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Pacem may refer to :

  • Si vis pacem, para bellum is a Latin adage translated as, "If you wish for peace, prepare for war".
  • Dona nobis pacem is a phrase in the Agnus Dei section of the Roman Catholic mass
  • Dona nobis pacem is a cantata written by Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1936.
  • Pacem in terris was a papal encyclical issued by Pope John XXIII on 11 April 1963.
  • The Pacem in Terris Award has been awarded annually since 1964.
  • The association of Catholic Clergy Pacem in Terris was a regime-sponsored organisation of Catholic clergy in the communist Czechoslovakia between 1971 and 1989.
  • Pacem is a planet serving as the base of the Catholic Church in the science fiction series Hyperion Cantos.
  • Pacem, the 16th-century European name for Pasai, a place in Sumatra

Usage examples of "pacem".

His Eminence Cardinal Lourdusamy and Cardinal Mustafa, as well as Monsignor Oddi, have no wish to suddenly vanish from Pacem with you.

Scrawled on the walls were occasional quotes from the Gospels, Latin tags (Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona nobis pacem - Lamb of God, who taketh away the sins of the world, grant us peace).

The contra pacem in the writ of trespass was no doubt inserted to lay a foundation for the king's writ.

Et est raptus virginum quoddam crimen quod femina imponit alicui, de quo se dicit esse vioknter oppression contra pacem domini regis, quod quidem contra patent domini regis .

Father Captain Federico de Soya was returned to life on Pacem and had spent two weeks as a de facto prisoner in the Vatican Rectory of the Legionaries of Christ.

A century earlier, Pope Julius had excommunicated Kenzo Isozaki's predecessor for a lesser miscalculation, revoking the sacrament of the cruciform and condemning the Mercantilus leader to a life of separation from the Catholic community -- which, of course, was every man, woman, and child on Pacem and on a majority of the Pax worlds -- followed by the true death.

Ninety light-years away, in a star system only three light-years from Pacem, the original Raphael translated into real space with a violence that would have spit marrow from human bones, sliced through human cells like a hot blade through radiant gossamers, and scrambled human neurons like loose marbles on a steep hillside.

And with almost forty of them unable to travel in time to the Conclave, the Sistine Chapel could hold the stalls of those cardinals permanently based on Pacem.

It might even perhaps be inferred that the allegation contra pacem was originally material, and it will be remembered that trespasses formerly involved the liability to pay a fine to the king.