A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 8

Page 8 Sermon 60 of Caesarius of Arles / Sermon 256 of Pseudo-Augustine Translation / Latin / Latin with French Translation (1) penitentia coniuncta aestimet pec / et cuncta penance … he may reckon all sins (2) cata dimitti Et tamen post quam forgiven and still after (3) ea acciperit & illut quod male raContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 8”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 7

Page 7 Sermon 60 of Caesarius of Arles / Sermon 256 of Pseudo-Augustine Translation / Latin / Latin with French Translation (1) corde & tottis viroeribus fructuosam / totis viribus and heart and all his strength fruitful (2) penitentiam agat et quicquid / paenitentiam penance he makes et whatever (3) [] male tulisse cognuscit adContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 7”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 6

Page 6 Sermon 60 of Caesarius of Arles/Sermon 256 of Pseudo-Augustine Translation / Latin / Latin with French Translation (1) Qui haec fideliter implere voluerit &i He who these things faithfully wants to fulfill even (2) am si penitentiam non accipiat / paenitentiam if penance he may not receive (3) quia semper illam fructuose sinceContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 6”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 5

Page 5 Sermon 60 of Caesarius of Arles/Sermon 256 of Pseudo-Augustine Translation / Latin / Latin with French Translation (1) venire et dum haec inquirunt non obtain and when about these things they inquire, not (2) sine parva inter se animositate without small animosity, among themselves (3) contendunt ., Alii enim dicunt eu[m] they dispute.Continue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 5”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 4

Page 4 Regula Benedicti, chapter 4.73 Intratext / Archive.org / The Latin Library English Translation (with sources) (1) spiritalis que cum fuerint a nobis die / quae spiritual which when they are by us day (2) noctuque incessabiliter adimpleta and night unceasingly fulfilled (3) et in die iudicii consignata illa mer / reconsignata and onContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 4”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 3

Regula Benedicti, chapter 4.56-73 Page 3 Intratext / Archive.org / The Latin Library English Translation (with sources) (1) Lectione sa[n]c[tas] libenter audire ., Orati / Lectiones To readings sacred willingly to listen. To pray- (2) oni frequenter incumbere ., Mala ers frequently to apply oneself. One’s past (3) sua preterita cum lacrimis vel gemi /Continue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 3”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 2

Regula Benedicti, chapter 4.28-55 Page 2 Intratext / Archive.org / The Latin Library English Translation (with sources) (1) veritatem ex corde et ore proferre ., the truth with heart and mouth to offer. (2) Malum pro molu[m] non reddere ., Iniura[m] non / malo, iurias Evil for evil not to return. No injury (3) facireContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 2”

A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 1

Regula Benedicti, chapter 4.1-27 Page 1 Intratext / Archive.org / The Latin Library English Translation (with sources) Title: (1) HAEC SUNT INSTRU / Quae THESE ARE THE INSTRU (2) MENTA BONORUM OPERUM MENTS OF GOOD WORKS (3) In primis d[omi]n[u]m d[eu]m diligere ex totto / toto In the first place to love the Lord GodContinue reading “A Carolingian Pastoral Handbook for Monks, Einsiedeln MSS 281 & 199, page 1”