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Devotions to the cross and passion of Jesus Christ, continued.

Hymn, Iohannes evvangelista, continued.



... on which his mind is set. He asks the saint, through the misery and fear which racked his heart when he saw God despised, to lead him whom Christ has rescued, to the company of the blessed..


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998.

michi dentur ista,
que mens supra voluit.
Obsecro\ te per hunc fletum,
per dolorem et per metum,\
quo cor tuum tremuit,
Dum videres deum spretum,\
ut me ducas ad hunc cetum,
quem Christus eripuit\

Versus.

Christus factus est pro nobis obediens deo patri usque ad\ mortem mortem autem crucis.

Versus

Ora pro nobis sancta dei\ genitrix.
Ut digni efficiamur.

Versus.

Valde honorandus est\ beatus Iohannes evangelista.
Qui supra pectus domini in\ cena recubuit.

Domine exaudi.

Oremus.\

Prayer, Omnipotens sempiterne deus qui unige\nitum



A prayer to God, invoking his passion. The author asks that those who venerate it may be delivered from their sins.


Omnipotens sempiterne deus qui unige\nitum filium tuum dominum nostrum Ihe\sum Christum crucem coronam spineam et quinque\ vulnera subire voluisti ut inimici expelleres\ potestatem qui et in cruce pendens matrem\ suam virginem Iohanni virgini commendavit\ presta quesumus ut omnes qui eius passionem venera\mur a peccatorum nostrorum nexibus eorum precibus liberemur.\ Per.


Introduction to the prayer, O Maria plasma nati.



The sign of the cross should be made on the forehead and breast. For St Edmund saw these words written on the forehead of the Lord, appearing to him in the form of a boy, and was instructed ...


Per hanc signandum est omni vice frons et si\militer pectus. Nam in fronte domini sibi paren\tis in specie pueri beatus Edmundus vidit\ hec verba scripta quem tunc docuit dominus quod taliter\



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