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Litany with tropes and final collects, continued.

Prayer, Satisfaciat tibi domine, continued.


Burnet Psalter image.  University of Aberdeen. ... and the prayers of the Virgin Mary and all the saints, we may be pardoned for sins, relieved of our troubles and spared the flames of hell, whom he has redeemed with the blood of his son.

brorum in cruce exspiracio et oblacio beatissime\ dei genitricis et oracio omnium sanctorum veniam pecca\torum nostrorum et hanc rem quam precamur obtine\amus nec nos paciaris diucius in hiis tribula\cionibus et angustiis affligi nec post finem huius\ vite cruciari Gehennalibus flammis quos filii\ tui domini nostri precioso sanguine redemisti.\



Prayer, Domine sancte pater omnipotens eterne deus qui.

A prayer glorifying God the Father, who is one with God the Son and the Holy Spirit, and is the creator of all things. The author asks God to save and help him, and not despise him, a sinner yet the work of Godís hands.

Domine sancte pater omnipotens eterne deus\ qui consubstancialem coeternum et\ coequalem tibi ante omnia secula in\effabiliter deum genuisti cum quo atque cum spiritu\ sancto ex te eodemque filio procedente celum et terram\ et quecumque existunt visibilia et invisibilia cre\asti te laudo te adoro atque glorifico esto queso\ propicius michi peccatori et ne despicias me opus ma\nuum tuarum sed salva et adiuva me propter nomen\ sanctum tuum. Qui vivis et regnas deus per omnia secula.\

Fili redemptor mundi dominus miserere nobis. Amen.\


Prayer, Domine Ihesu Christe fili dei vivi quoniam.

A prayer glorifying Jesus Christ the Son ...

Domine Ihesu Christe fili dei vivi quoniam es ve\rus omnipotens deus splendor et ymago\ patris vita eterna cui est una cum pa-\



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