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Fifteen prayers ('The Fifteen Os') of St Bridget, continued

Prayer, O Ihesu Christi eterna, continued.



St Bridget asks that, in memory of Christ's suffering, she may experience before her own death, contrition, confession and remission of her sins.


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998.

harum ante crucem tuam passionum veram ante\ mortem meam contricionem puram confessionem\ dignam satisfactionem et omnium peccatorum meorum re\missionem.

Pater noster.

Ave Maria.\

Prayer, O Ihesu mundi.



The second of fifteen prayers of St Bridget to Jesus Christ (Oratio tercia, HE, p 77). She invokes the memory of the pain he suffered, when he was stretched out and nailed upon the cross, and asks that he may grant her his fear and his love.


O Ihesu mundi fabricator quem nulla di\mensio <vera> in termino metitur qui terram\ palmo concludis. Recordare amarissimi dolo\ris quem sustinebas cum sanctissimas manus tuas\ ad crucem obtusis clavis Iudei primo affixerunt et\ ad perforandum <et perforando> delicatissimos <et sacratissimos> pedes tuos cum non es\ses conveniens voluntati eorum dolorem super do\lorem vulneribus addiderunt et ita crudeliter distrax\erunt <detraxerunt> et extenderunt in longitudine <longum> et latitu\dine <latum> crucis ut dissolverentur compagines mem\brorum tuorum omnium. Deprecor te per huius sacratissimi\ et amarissimi in cruce doloris memoriam ut des\ michi timorem et amorem tuum.

Pater noster.

Ave.\


Prayer, O Ihesu celestis.



The third of fifteen prayers of St Bridget to Jesus Christ (Oratio iiii, HE, p 77). She invokes the pain of his limbs on the cross.


O Ihesu celestis medice recordare languo\ris livoris et doloris quos in alto\ crucis patibulo levatus passus es in\ omnibus dilaceratis membris tuis quorum nul-\



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