There are many types of Latin. There's Spain, and French, and then regular Latin. This is Spain, sort of. It's England though, with some Spanish.
Come all who adore. We begin by praying. For all who come in the name of Christ child will be cured/ will be free.
creare debebant: literally great suffering, in this case to pray
muris: in the name of, painted mural
casarum nuntli: "Christ the child" from Caesar (casarum, which later becomes house, and is Lord) nuntli is little one like nun, children from which we derive el ninos
"will become eligible for freedom" from sin, which means sickness and death too in Latin thinking. Debbie is the word for black, and, in Latin, and it's also the word for the black death, debebant, is the black death but here means prayer, to alleviate sickness and death. So it sometimes means the black death too. Creare is a word we get cry from, so it means great suffering, but that's also prayer back then.
-telepathy of God