Sacred Latin Poetry, Chiefly Lyrical, Selected and Arranged, with Notes and Intr. by R. C. Trench

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1849 edition. Excerpt: ... me sic interfectus, Peccatori tam indigno Cum amoris intersigno Appare clara facie. 70 In hac tua passione Me agnosce, Pastor bone, Cujus sumpsi mel ex ore, Haustum lactis cum dulcore, Prae omnibus deliciis. 75 Non me reum asperneris, Nee indignum dedigneris; Morte tibi jam vicina Tuum caput hie inclina, In meis pausa brachiis. 80 Tuae sanctae passioni Me gauderem interponi, In hac cruce tecum mori Praesta crucis amatori, Sub cruce tua. moriar. 85 Morti tuae tam amarae Grates ago, Jesu care, Qui es clemens pie Deus, Fac quod petit tuus reus, Ut absque te non finiar. 90 Dum me mori est necesse, Noli mihi tunc deesse; In tremenda mortis hora Veni, Jesu, absque mora, Tuere me et libera. 95 Cum me jubes emigrare, Jesu care, tunc appare, O amator amplectende, Temetipsum tunc ostende In cruce salutifera. IOO BONAVENTURA. BONA VENTURA, a Tuscan by birth, was born in 1221, and educated at Paris, which was still the most illustrious school of theology in Europe. Entering the order of St Francis, he changed his family name, John of Fidanza, to that by which he is known to the after world. In 1245 he became himself professor of theology at Paris, in 1256 General of his Order, and in 1273 cardinal-bishop of Alba. He died in 1274 at Lyons, during the council which was held there, to which he had accompanied pope Gregory the 10th. At once a master in the scholastic and mystical theology, though far greater in the last, he received from the Church of the middle ages the title Doctor Seraphicus, and his own Order set him against the yet greater Dominican, Thomas Aquinas. His Biblia Pauperum is an honourable testimony to his zeal for the spread of Scriptural knowledge through the ministry of the Word among the common people: nor can any one have even...

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