Father Christopher: Who are you if you don't stand up for what you believe? There is no greater glory than to give your life for Christ.

[repeated lines]

Enrique Gorostieta: Viva el Christo Rey.

Father Vega: Que Viva.

Father Vega: [distributing Communion] You need to confess first.

Enrique Gorostieta: [glancing towards Heaven] Wouldn't He already know?

Father Vega: You should confess.

Enrique Gorostieta: Men will shoot bullets, but God decides where they will land.

Enrique Gorostieta: How was the ride?

José: Like flying, sir.

Enrique Gorostieta: Tomorrow morning, I'm going to lead the men into battle. Want to carry the flag?

José: It would be an honor, sir.

José: We leave at first light.

José: Don't call me Joselito.

Father Christopher: Oh, that's right. You're tough. I forgot.

Victoriano 'El Catorce' Ramirez: You looking for me?

Captain Quintana: Please, what do you want? Money? I can get you money.

Victoriano 'El Catorce' Ramirez: Spend it Hell, cabron.

Enrique Gorostieta: Enrique Gorostieta: Look at him. He's the only one of his kind in the whole of Mexico.

José: What's it like to ride him ?

Enrique Gorostieta: So. What's it like to ride him? It's like being close to heaven.

Enrique Gorostieta: I may have issues with the church, but I believe in religious freedom.

Enrique Gorostieta: Jose!

José: Mi General.

Enrique Gorostieta: [Standing next to his horse] Chamaco's very happy to see you. He's very tired. Look at him. Come here. Look how beautiful he is. He's a Freisan. His name means "little child." He's a legendary war horse from northern Europe. In the Middle Ages, he would carry armoured knights and kings into battle. His owner gave him to us specifically for our cause. He's the only one of it's kind in all of Mxico. Go. Say hello.

José: What's it like to ride him?

Enrique Gorostieta: You tell me. He'll need to be exercised tomorrow morning. But you have to be gentle on the reins. He has a sensitive mouth. And he's very fast. He loves to run, so you have to hold on tight.

José: Hey, Chamaco.

Enrique Gorostieta: Bello Chamaco.

José: But what's it like to ride him?

Enrique Gorostieta: It's like being close to heaven. Jose. I've never had a son, but if I did, I would want him to be just like you.