It counts on the pronunciation and declension you"re using:Classical or Ecclesiastical. I will give both the genitive and also thedative. The genitive is offered in "In the name of the dad the Sonand the holy Spirit", while datil is offered in "Glory be to theFather the Son and also the holy Spirit "

If you will certainly forgive my transliterations.

Classical:

Father = Genitive: Patris = PAH-tris Dative: Patri =PAH-tree

Son = Genetive: Filii = FEE-lee Dative: Filio = FEE-lee-OH

Holy spirit = Genetive: Spiritus Sancti = SPEE-ri-TUUS SAHNC-teeDative: Spiritui Sancto = SPEE-ri-TWEE SAHNC-toh

Ecclesiastical: order is the same simply differentpronunciation. For ease i will certainly only display the pronounciations thatchange.

Patris = PAH-trees

Spiritus Sancti = SPEE-ree-TUUS SAHNC-tee Spiritui Sancto =SPEE-ree-TWEE SAHNC-toh


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