opus operatum

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Noun[edit]

opus operatum

  1. Literally "the work wrought," a Latin phrase used to denote the spiritual effect in the performance of a religious rite which accrues from the virtue inherent in it, or by grace imparted to it, irrespectively of the administrator.

Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

opus operatum

  1. opus operatum; The work wrought.