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Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, c 1217-1274 (Franciscan, scholastic theologian and philosopher)



  • Existence: 1217~-1274-07-15- - 1274

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Imago Vite Eterne by Saint Bonaventure

Identifier: MS 113/ff. 204r-231v
Scope and Contents This section contains 'Imago Vite Eterne, 'Image of Eternal Life' by Saint Bonaventure. The prologue (f. 204r-v) starts and ends with the words 'Flecto genua mea ad patrem — finis et contemplamentum', and the text itself starts with 'Die queso, O homo on f. 205r. It ends with 'Qui est trinus et unus deus benedictus in sec. sec. Amen. Explicit liber venerabilis doctoris...
Dates: c 1444-1445

Prayers attributed to Saint Bonaventure, early 16th century

Identifier: MS 114/ff. 56r-57v
Contents The rubric Oracio sancte Bonaventure ante missam which refers to these prayers appears at the bottom of 55r, but it is followed by a blank page.First prayer: it begins on f. 56r with the words Ecce celestis Pater recolens mortem illam and ends on f. 56v with ut in statera crucis totius mundi peccata libraret ipsa te pater cogat miserere nobis. As indicated by the...
Dates: early 16th century

Prayers to be recited after Compline, followed by an excerpt from Saint Bonaventure, early 16th century

Identifier: MS 114/ff. 97v-99v
Contents The prayers are preceded by a long rubric which exhorts to perform a spiritual self-examination after reciting the Compline, i.e. the last of the hours in which the faithful was requested to pray: Post completorium diligenter examina conscientiam tuam qualiter per diem te habuisti et singulas cogitaciones locuciones et operaciones tuas ad memoriam revoca ut videre valeas quantum profecisti aut defecisti in spirituali vita et hanc examinacionem verte te ad divinam...
Dates: early 16th century