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Devotions to the body of Christ and the sacrament, continued.

Prayer, Ave caro Christi, continued.



The author asks that through Christ's bitter death, we who are redeemed may rejoice with him in the bright light of his glory.


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998.

tua nos amara
fac redemptos luce clara
tecum\ frui gloria. Amen.

Introduction to the hymn, Pater deus omnipotens qui omnia.



To be said at the elevation of the body of Christ and before the elevation of the sacrament.


Devotissima oracio dicenda\ ad elevacionem corporis Christi et pre elevacionem sacra\menti.


Hymn, Pater deus omnipotens qui omnia.



A hymn to the Trinity. The author asks God the Father that his suppliants may rejoice in eternal blessings. He asks the Son of God to spare those who sin. He asks the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with his grace. He asks that by the confession to the Trinity, we might find deliverance.


Oracio.

Pater deus omnipotens qui\ omnia
verbo creasti secula
tuis presta sup\plicibus
frui bonis perhennis [perhennibus].

Fili\ dei principium
salus et auctor omnium
nobisque [nobis qui] iam de\linquimus
pius ut parcas petimus.

Spiritus al\me cordium
illustra cor mortalium
mentes nostras\ irradia
et reple tua gracia.

Presta beata trini\tas
concede simplex unitas
ut hoc [hec] tui confessio\
sit nostra liberacio.

Gloria tibi trinitas
equalis\ una deitas
et ante omnia secula
et nunc et imperpe\tuum. Amen.

Domine exaudi.

Et clamor.

Oremus.\

Prayer, Omnipotens sempiterne deus trina.



A prayer to God. The author asks that we who are oppressed by our sins may soon merit forgiveness, enabling us to please God in thought, word and deed.


Omnipotens sempiterne deus trina maiestas\ qui in trinitate permanens et in uni\tate semper consistis concede nobis fa\mulis tuis ut qui peccatorum nostrorum pondere premimur\ celerem indulgenciam consequi mereamur ut semper\ cogitare loqui et agere que tibi placita sunt va\leamus. Per.

Introduction to the prayer, Domine Ihesu Christe qui hanc.



To all who, having confessed and repented of their sins ...


Omnibus confessis et contritis hanc oracionem\



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