113 Constitutionis Apostolicae Pastor Bonus abrogatur.
d" stands for distinctio, "q" for quaestio, and "a" for articulus
In the sixteenth century, disagreement over the nature of justification was one of the principal causes of division in the Western Church; for Luther, justification was the articulus
stantis vel cadentis ecclesiae (the doctrinal article by which the church either stands or falls).
It is still the articulus
stantis vel cadentis vitae cristianae (the article of faith by which the Christian life stands or falls) in today's world.
de certitudine gratiae examinatus in generali congregatione patrum (1546), pp.
Offered spells include "Liber cardiacamo" to free someone from pining over unrequited love, "Excito articulus
singularis" to never sleep late again, "Elountous saetu" to temporarily change the weather, and much more.