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The book of divine consolation of the Blessed Angela of Foligno

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Iffionooiatiou of. Mb*$m , THE NEW MEDIEVAL LIBRARY THE NEW MEDIEVAL LIBRARY THE CHATELAINE OF VERGI. Translated from the Middle- French ALICE KEMP-WELCH,by an Introductionwith Professorby L. M. BKANDIN. and edition.new revised[A THE BOOK OF THE DUKE OF TRUE LOVERS. Now first translated from the Middle- with Introduction andFrench, ALICE KEMP-WELCH.Notes, by OF THE TUMBLER OF OUR and other Miracles.LADY, Translated from the Middle- with andFrench, Introduction ALICE KEMP-WELCH.Notes, by BABEESTHE BOOK: Medieval forManners the DoneYoung. into Modern from Dr.English FURNIVALL S with Introtexts, duction and EDITHNotes, by RlCKKRT. THE LEGEND OF THE HOLY VIRGIN OF SANTOFINA, GIMINIANO. Now first trans- lated from the Fourteenth-Cen of Fratury GiovanniManuscript di with Introduction andCoppo, M. MANSFIELD.Notes, by EARLY ENGLISH ROMANCES OF LOVE. Done into Modern from theEnglish original texts, with Introduction and Notes, by EDITH RICKERT. EARLY ENGLISH ROMANCES OF FRIENDSHIP. Companion volume to above. THE BOOK OF DIVINE THECONSOLATION OF BLESSED ANGELA OF FOLIGNO : TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN BY MARY G. BYSTEEGMANN : INTRODUCTION ALGAR THOROLD CHATTO AND WINDUS : LONDON NEW YORK : DUFFIELD 6" CO. 1909 All reserved rights CONTENTS TREATISE I PAGE OF THE CONVERSION AND PENITENCE OF THE BLESSED ANGELA OF FOLIGNO AND OF HER MANY AND IDIVERS TEMPTATIONS TREATISE II OF THE EVANGELICAL DOCTRINE SET FORTH BY THE BLESSED ANGELA CHAP. I.
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Iffionooiatiou of.
Mb*$m ,THE NEW MEDIEVAL
LIBRARYTHE NEW MEDIEVAL LIBRARY
THE CHATELAINE OF VERGI.
Translated from the Middle-
French ALICE KEMP-WELCH,by
an Introductionwith Professorby
L. M. BKANDIN.
and edition.new revised[A
THE BOOK OF THE DUKE
OF TRUE LOVERS. Now
first translated from the Middle-
with Introduction andFrench,
ALICE KEMP-WELCH.Notes, by
OF THE TUMBLER OF OUR
and other Miracles.LADY,
Translated from the Middle-
with andFrench, Introduction
ALICE KEMP-WELCH.Notes, by
BABEESTHE BOOK: Medieval
forManners the DoneYoung.
into Modern from Dr.English
FURNIVALL S with Introtexts,
duction and EDITHNotes, by
RlCKKRT.
THE LEGEND OF THE HOLY
VIRGIN OF SANTOFINA,
GIMINIANO. Now first trans-
lated from the Fourteenth-Cen
of Fratury GiovanniManuscript
di with Introduction andCoppo,
M. MANSFIELD.Notes, by
EARLY ENGLISH ROMANCES
OF LOVE. Done into Modern
from theEnglish original texts,
with Introduction and Notes, by
EDITH RICKERT.
EARLY ENGLISH ROMANCES
OF FRIENDSHIP. Companion
volume to above.THE BOOK OF DIVINE
THECONSOLATION OF
BLESSED ANGELA OF
FOLIGNO : TRANSLATED
FROM THE ITALIAN BY MARY G.
BYSTEEGMANN : INTRODUCTION
ALGAR THOROLD
CHATTO AND WINDUS : LONDON
NEW YORK : DUFFIELD 6" CO.
1909All reserved
rightsCONTENTS
TREATISE I
PAGE
OF THE CONVERSION AND PENITENCE OF THE BLESSED
ANGELA OF FOLIGNO AND OF HER MANY AND
IDIVERS TEMPTATIONS
TREATISE II
OF THE EVANGELICAL DOCTRINE SET FORTH BY
THE BLESSED ANGELA
CHAP.
I. How it be known that God hath enteredmay
into the soul . ..... 24
II. the man is deceived . .How 31spiritual
the GodIII. withinHow, soul,being lodged
worketh alike the theupon understanding,
and the will ....affections, 36
inIV. How that our doth consist knowperfection
our own wretchedness andGod sing mercy 40
V. The of a constant consideration and
necessity
of Christ Crucified .knowledgeprofound 42viii CONTENTS
CHAP. PAGE
ofVI. How all the the Passion must beways
within the or at least beheart,digested
the mouth ....repeated by 45
How soul andVII. the findmay speedily easily
God means ofby devout, constant,pure,
and fervent ...humble, prayer 49
VIII. Of the Book of which isLife, Christ,
wherein man learneth to know God and
and all needful forman, himself, things
man s welfare...... 53
IX. Of the of Christ ...great poverty 54
How revealedX. Christ Himself inpoor power 56
ChristXI. How laid aside His wisdom and His
own nature ...... 59
XII. How of is
.poverty spirit despised by many 63
XIII. Of the and of our Saviourhumility contempt
Christ 66Jesus
XIV. Of the constant and whichmany sufferings
Christ did bear in divers . .
ways -71
OfXV. the and divers cruelties used towardsmany
Christ
78
XVI. How that we should follow the infallible
Guide and Redeemer theupon straight
road which He hath shown unto us . .84

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