I really like the phrase "cooperators veritatis" -- but when you compare it to the phrase on the design in Post #4, there's an extra letter in the phrase "cooperators" - the print is small on my screen and it looks like "cooperatores" -- Is anybody here competent in Latin and can clarify?
"cooperatores" -- Is anybody here competent in Latin and can clarify?
"Operator" is Latin for "worker". Co-Operator is therefore a co-worker. Cooperatores is plural, hence, co-workers.
Cooperatores veritatis = Co-Workers of/for the truth!
I like it!