Latin Grace

My previous question was, "what does poieisum mean?" It's a part of a Latin grace, "Bendiectus Bendicat, Poieisum, or Peri Iesum(?)Christium Dominum, Nostrum. Amen. I'm trying to translate it!
16:18 Sun 13th Nov 2005
 
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Benedictus, Benedicat per Iesum Christum Dominum Nostrum.

Blessed is He and Blessed is this (food) through Jesus Christ Our Lord.

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Benedictus, Benedicat per Jesum Christum Dominum Nostrum (Blessed is He and may he bless [this food] through Jesus Christ Our Lord)
Benedictus, Benedicat per Jesum Christum Dominum Nostrum (Blessed is He and may he bless [this food] through Jesus Christ Our Lord)

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