I am listening to the Holy Father’s Angelus address and he is focusing on the his predecessor, St. Pope Gregory the Great. Here is this Pope’s entry in the Roman Martyrology with a translation. There might be a slight flaw in the Latin text. Can you find it?
Memoria sancti Gregorii Magni, papae et Ecclesiae doctoris, qui, vita monastica inita, munere legati Constantinopoli functus est et, ad Sedem Romanam hac die tandem electus, et terrena composuit et sacra servus servorum curavit. Verum se exhibuit pastorem in rebus regendis, in egenis omnimodo subveniendo, in vita monastica fovenda, necnon in fide ubique firmanda vel propaganda, quapropter multa etiam de re morali ac pastorali egregie scripsit. Obiit vero die duodecima martii.
The memorial of Saint Gregory the Great, Pope and Doctor of the Church, who having begun in the monastic life, carried out the function of legate to Constantinople and eventually on this day was elected to the Roman See, both set in good order earthly affairs and also as the servant of servants cared for sacred matters. He showed himself to be a true shepherd in the governance, in aiding the poor in every way, in fostering the monastic life, and also in strengthening and spreading the Faith in every place, and for this reason wrote brilliantly many works about morals and pastoral concerns. He died, however, on the 12th day of March.