Baptisma in IordaneThe Baptism in the Jordan
The voice of the Father declares Jesus the beloved son.
Not sure how to translate "openness".Openness to the Holy Spirit
Nuptiae CanensesThe Wedding at Cana
Christ changes water into wine, his first public miracle.
To Jesus through Mary
Praedicatio RegniThe Proclamation of the Kingdom
Jesus calls to conversion and forgives the sins of all who draw near to him.
Repentance and Trust in God
The glory of the Godhead shines forth from the face of Christ.
Desire for holiness
Institutio EucharistiaeThe Institution of the Eucharist
Jesus offers the first Mass at the Last Supper with his apostles, establishing the sacramental foundation for all Christian living.
Not sure how to translate "openness".
Pacifica, how about the following "fruits" of the Sorrowful Mysteries:It is grammatically...
That is "repentance for sins". For "sorrow" you could say maeror.Paenitentia peccatorum
Fortitudo and English "fortitude" are the more standard and typical names for the Christian virtue which is the fruit of this mystery.... For "courage" you could also say fortitudo. Fortitudo is more restricted in meaning, while virtus is broader. You can compare them and see for yourself which seems better to you for your purposes: