I love Ecclesial Latin and believe it's a Holy Language, just like Greek, Aramaic, etc. But when I hear people defend Latin, it seems somewhat disorganized, like there's a bunch of evidence for the sacredness of Latin, but that evidence isn't drawn together into a good argument. If I could take my understanding of all that I've heard about the sacredness of Latin, would it be right to say that Ecclesial Latin is a Sacramental? Fr. Chad Ripperger argued that just as a Sacrament is an outward sign of an inward grace instituted by Jesus Christ, so too is a Sacramental an outward sign of an inward grace instituted by the Church. Would the case be made than, that because Latin is liturgical language; and because the pre-modern Saints prayed and wrote in Latin; and because Latin, Greek and Hebrew or Aramaic writing was nailed to the Cross at the Crucifixion; Latin thus becomes a Sacramental?