What is 'Cara Missa' when translated from Latin to English and Italian?

"Dear Mass" and Cara Messa are English and Italian equivalents of the Latin phrase Cara Missa. The feminine singular phrase also translates literally as "Beloved Mass" and "Expensive Mass" in English. The respective pronunciations will be "KA-ra MES-sa" in Italian and "KA-ra MEES-sa" in Church Latin.

"Dear Mass" and Cara Messa are English and Italian equivalents of the Latin phrase Cara Missa.

Specifically, the feminine adjective cara means "beloved, dear, expensive" in Italian and Latin. The feminine nouns messa in Italian and missa in Latin translate as "Mass." The respective pronunciations will be "KA-ra MES-sa" in Italian and "KA-ra MEES-sa" in liturgical Latin.