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Miscellaneous prayers, mainly to Jesus Christ, continued.

Prayer, Domine Ihesu Christi fili\ dei vivi misereres, continued.



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fende me ab omnibus malis adversitatibus amen.

Hymn, Crux bona crux.



A hymn celebrating the Holy Cross (RH, 3, p 144), the sign which drives out evil and protects good).


Crux\ bona crux digna
lignum super omnia ligna.
Me\ tibi consigna
redimens a morte maligna.\

Crux fugat omne malum
crux est reparacio rerum.\
Per crucis hoc signum
fugiat procul omne malignum.\

Et per idem signum
salvetur quodque benignum.\


Prayer, Petrus, Paulus, Andreas.



A prayer asking that the apostles may heal the authorís soul.


Petrus, Paulus, Andreas, Johannes, Iacobus,\ Philippus, Bartholomeus,\ Symon, Thad\deus, Marcus, Matheus, Lucas, Johannes, sint\ medicina mei.

Hymn, Pia crux et passio.



A hymn asking that we may honour symbols of Christ's passion and crucifixion as the symbols through which we hope to have eternal joy.


Pia crux et passio
Christi\ corone spinee,
flagellis clavis lancee,
Marcello spongee
laqueo columpne,
veste [vesti] purpuree
et herbe\ arundine [arundini]
honorem impendamus.

Hec sunt vex\illa regia
per que corona gaudii
habere imperpe\tuum
firmiter speramus.

Adoramus te Christe et benedicimus.\

Nota

Oremus.

Prayer, Omnipotens et misericors deus ut.



A prayer to God, asking that, through the veneration of the symbols of our redemption, we may be delivered and rejoice in eternal joy.


Omnipotens et misericors deus\ ut qui nostre redempcionis insignia tem\poraliter veneramur per hec indesinenter\ inemisi [inimicis] ab omnibus liberemur et sempiternis gau[diis inseramur]\

Prayer, Domine exaudi oracionem.



A prayer to God.


Domine exaudi oracionem meam quia\ iam cognosco quod tempus meum\



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