"'I confess, judge, and accept everything that you believe, judge, and accept'".
The bachelor Señor Sansón Carrasco, aka the Knight of the Wood, to Don Quixote, aka the Knight of the Sorrowful Face, in Míguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote II.xiv (trans. Edith Grossman (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 2003), 547).
I haven't checked a critical edition, but according to Project Gutenberg, this is "'Todo lo confieso, juzgo y siento como vos lo creéis, juzgáis y sentís'" in the original Spanish. What would the ecclesiastical Latin have been?