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“He then taught Kathrin the twenty-four verses of his sequence Verbum dei deo natum, the same one that Luggi of Stein had sung in praise of the saint. 71 Kathrin's dream shows just how crucial knowledge of the appropriate liturgy was for the nuns.”
“John the Evangelist celebrated Mass for the community and then taught her the twenty-four verses of his sequence Verbum dei deo natum out of a book with golden letters.”
“Then he took her by the hand and placed her next to him and opened a book in which was written in golden letters his sequence Verbum dei deo natum and said to her, "This you should pray to me.”
“Verbum Dei, Deo natum,/Quod nec factum nec creatum/Venit de caelestibus,”
“The saint placed a book with golden letters before her and told her that she must recite the sequence for him that began, Verbum dei deo natum.”
“O magnum mysterium, et admirabile sacramentum, ut animalia viderent Dominum natum, jacentem in praesepio!”
“Vidit suum dulcem natum moriéntem desolátum, dum emísit spíritum.”
“And if anyone has a dog and is slightly dyslexic, that one will know that dogs are gods in their own sphere and like any self-respecting donkey can tell you the word of God - at least that you are loved - ut animalia viderent dominum natum - that's in Job too but I forget where;-.”
“From her, the Son of God took his flesh and blood, as we say in a celebrated Eucharistic hymn, set to music by great composers: "Ave verum corpus natum de Maria Virgine," and which concludes with the invocation: "O Jesu dulcis, o Jesu pie, o Jesu fili Mariae!”
“Ut lignum uri natum, arista secari, sic homines mori.”
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