Can someone that speaks latin help me write "in god we trust" properly??
I believe it is "In Deo speramus". You can take out the "In" for the traditional translation.
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I think you write Deo confidimus ( In God We Trust) I checked it on google for the latin translation ...
Go to the local Catholic Church and ask the Padre...they still must learn Latin and this is a normal benediction for them.
In God we Trust = In Deo Speramus. That's the translation I found.
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