“Where are you going?”
“Rōmam eō iterum crucifīgī,” Jesus replies.
“I am going to Rome to be crucified again.”
On the Appian Way, Peter gains the courage to continue and returns to the city, where he is martyred by being crucified upside-down. By the way, 'u' is an upside-down 'n'.
What language did Jesus speak? Latin was the administrative language of the Roman Empire, Greek was the language of commerce, Hebrew was the language of the Pharisees, and Aramaic was spoken in Nazareth and Capernaum.
Well, He is God, so He speaks in English, or, more accurately, I understand Him in English. It's a good thing I had Mr. Alvernaz SJ and Mr. Henning SJ for Latin I and II.