Pater sancte, sic transit gloria mundi.
Holy Father, so passes away the glory of the world.
See Cornelius à Lapide, Commentaria, 2nd. Epist. ad Cor, Chapter XII. 7. The sentence is used in the Service of the Pope's enthronement after the burning of flax. Rite used in the triumphal processions of the Roman republic. According to Zonaræ—Annals. (1553)