Folio 247r

Litany with collects, continued.

Prayer, Libera nos domine, continued.


Burnet Psalter image.   University of Aberdeen

... through the prayers and merits of all the powers of heaven, with prophets, apostles, martyrs etc, our sins may be wiped away; and that all who are sanctified, both spiritual and temporal, secular and regular, may pray for us so that we may have eternal life.

ad perfectas virtutes, de cunctis inimicis ad\ medicinam celestem et divinam protectionem\ per invocacionem trini nominis tui patris et filii et\ spiritus sancti quia qui humiliter et fideliter nomen\ tuum invocaverit salvus erit. Humiliter ergo et\ fideliter te postulamus ut deleas et oblivisca\ris cuncta scelera nostra per suffragia et merita\ omnium sanctorum tuorum ut in auxilium nobis subve\niant angeli et archangeli virtutes potesta\tes, principatus, dominaciones, throni,\ cherubyn et seraphyn, patriarche et prophete, a\postoli martires, confessores, virgines, et episcopi sancti\ et presbiteri sancti, et dyaconi sancti, et omnes sancti ecclesias\tici, et achanorite [anchorite], heremite, diligentes te, pa\cientes et sancti sapientes penitentes et omnes\ sancti orent pro nobis, ut vitam eternam habere\ mereamur apud dominum nostrum Ihesum Christum in ce\lis. Qui cum deo patre et spiritu sancto vivis et regnas\ deus. Per omnia secula seculorum. Amen.

For bishops.

Pro prela\tis.


Prayer, Omnipotens sempiterne deus qui facis.

A prayer to God (SM, p 396; SME, 2, p 92) for bishops and their congregations.

Omnipotens sempiterne deus qui facis\ mirabilia magna solus pretende\



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