Folio 87v

Devotions to the Virgin Mary, continued.

Hymn, Ave virgo virginum stella matutina, continued.



The author asks the Virgin, in accordance with our desire, to keep all foulness from us. He asks her to intercede with her son on behalf of those who perform these devotions in her memory, that he may deign to set them with him in glory.


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998

Mater benignissima iuxta nostrum velle,\
Tu cuncta fedissima a nobis repelle.\

Maria.\

Maria eximia natum deprecare,\
Ut quicumque omnia hec vult recitare,\
In tui memoria et te collaudare,\
Dignetur in gloria sua collocare.\

In secula seculorum Amen.

Versus.

In omni tri\bulacione et angustia nostra.

Responsum.

Succurre no\bis piissima virgo Maria.

Oremus.

Prayer, Deus qui de.



A prayer to God (folio 98v), whose word became flesh from the womb of the Virgin Mary, at the message of an angel, that we who believe her truly to be the mother of God may through her intercession receive help.


Oracio.\

Deus qui de beate Marie virginis\ utero verbum tuum angelo nuncian\te carnem suscipere voluisti presta\ supplicibus tuis ut qui vere eam dei genitricem\ credimus eius apud te intercessionibus adiuve\mur. Per eundem dominum.\


Prayer, O intemerata ... Da.



A prayer to the Virgin Mary. The author invokes her as the mother of God, through whom, after God himself...


O intemerata et ineternum bene\dicta singularis atque incompara\bilis virgo dei genitrix Maria gratissimum\ dei templum spiritus sancti sacrarium, ia\nua regni celorum per quam post deum totus\



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