In Vatican City, there is an ATM that provides instructions in Latin. The languages of French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian and Spanish are all offspring of Latin. And organizations like the United States Coast Guard (Semper paratus) and the United States Marine Corps (Semper fidelis) have mottos written in this classical text.
I came across the motto Scuto amoris divini while researching a non-profit in preparation for an interview. The words are written on the crest of Skidmore College and they translate as "Under the shield of divine love." (I wish I could fit this phrase onto a license plate.)
Latin has an intellectual beauty to it all it's own. It's subtly cool. Like an outlier, it lives on the fringes connecting us to people, places and event across centuries.