I've been interested in the the Latin motto, God is Love, possibly since 1989. In 1993, when I first heard the song duet "Love Is" they even mention the phrase. How ironic.
Yeah, I don't speak Latin per se. But I like learning about it, because language is such a fascinating subject, don't you think?
Caritas Vincit Omnia
—Latin: "Love conquers all".
"Omnia Vincit Amor"
—Love Conquers All, Virgil, c. 37 BC
[ALSO RELATED (perhaps):
"Deus caritas est."
I Ioannis 4:8 Biblia Sacra Vulgata (VULGATE)
(LATIN: “God Is Love.”)]
BTW there was a college professor at U of M/Dearborn, I used to chat in the hallway with around 1993. Perhaps she was between her classes, and she apparently taught Latin. And she told me Virgil's version spoke of Romantic love, I was thinking of human charity. So the Caritas version would be more correct I later learned. Although more religious too, since charity tends to be religious term. Whatever, I guess.