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|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: Bonum certamen certa|
|A school motto|
|English translation:fight the good fight, take 2|
"The St. Paul's College Motto is "Certa Bonum Certamen". Translated from Latin, this means "Fight the Good Fight" which is taken from St. Paul's first letter to Timothy in which Paul writes "fight the good fight of faith to win for yourself eternal life" (Timothy 6:12)."
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