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Confession -- Catholic Church

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

French Form of Confession, 13th-14th century

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Identifier:  MS 107/f. 166v
Contents

This leaf, f. 166v, contains a French Form of Confession that has been inserted after the last text. It begins with the words Jeo me renc cupable a nostre Seignur Deu.



Writing

This section is written in a different hand to the previous and following sections.

Dates: 13th-14th century

Latin Form of Confession, 13th-14th century

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Identifier: MS 107/ff. 112r-120v
Contents

This section contains a Latin Form of Confession titled Compilatio brevis qualiter confessio sit facienda. It stars on f. 112r with the words Confiteor Deo et Beate Marie and ends on f. 120v with in remissionem peccatorum.



Writing

This section is written in the same hand as the previous sections. It is late 13th-century Gothic.

Dates: 13th-14th century

Si scienter by Robert Grosseteste, 13th-14th century

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Identifier: MS 107/ff. 120v-122v
Contents This section contains Si scienter by Robert Grosseteste. It is a confessional interrogatory.In this manuscript, it is titled Meditacio Consitendi primo de superbia. It starts on f. 120v with the words Si scienter deum offenderit and ends on f. 122v with miserit violentam. Writing This section is...
Dates: 13th-14th century

Summa Confessionalis by Antoninus, Archbishop of Florence, 1 September 1472

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Identifier: MS 77
Contents This book is usually known as Summa Confessionalis, Summula de Confessionis or simply Confessionale. It is a guidebook for confessors in the Catholic doctrine written by Antoninus of Florence (1389–1459), a Dominican friar, archbishop of Florence, and considered Saint in the Catholic Church. There are different versions of the book. It was a compilation of several treatises by Antoninus but it...
Dates: 1 September 1472

Tractatus de confessione by Johannes de Indagine, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 110/ff. 162r-182r
Contents This section contains a tract about confession by Johannes de Indagine, otherwise known as Johannes Bremer von Hagen, or John of Haghen. He was a Carthusian monk writing in the 15th century and was a prolific theological author. This text is titled Tractatus de confessione and another hand has written the note Johannis Indaginis Carthusiensis satis notabilis.It begins on f. 162r with the words ...
Dates: 15th century

Trattato della mondizia del cuore by Domenico Cavalca, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 108/ff. 48v-70v
Scope and Contents Domenico Cavalca (c. 1270-1342) was a member of the Dominican order, author of several religious treatises and translator of important Latin works. Although its attribution to Cavalca is not certain, this text is the translation into vernacular of the Latin work De modo confitendi et de puritate conscientie, sometimes attributed to San Bonaventura, but written by Matthew of Kraków (d. 1410). It is centred on the importance and the modalities of the sacrament...
Dates: 15th century