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Prayers and Meditations of St. Anselm with the Proslogion by Anselm of Aosta
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Nov 29, 1979 | ISBN 9780140442786

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Table Of Contents

The Prayers and Meditations of Saint Anselm with the Proslogion Foreword
Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
1. Background to the Prayers and Meditations
1. The Liturgy: The Divine Office, The Kalendar and the Mass
2. The “Preces Privatae”
3. “Meditari aut legere”
4. John of Fécamp
2. The Prayers and Meditations
1. The Anselmian Pattern of Prayer: “In cubiculum meum,” “Excite Mentem,” “Compunctio Cordis,” “In Caelis”
2. The Content of the Prayers
3. The Prayers
4. Meditations 1 and 2
5. Meditation on Human Redemption and Proslogion
6. Conclusion
Notes
The Prayers and Meditations
Preface
Letters to the Countess Mathilda
1. Prayer to God
2. Prayer to Christ
3. Prayer before Receiving the Body and Blood of Christ
4. Prayer to Holy Cross
A Letter to Gundolf
5. Prayer to St. Mary (1)
6. Prayer to St. Mary (2)
7. Prayer to St. Mary (3)
8. Prayer to St. John the Baptist
9. Prayer to St. Peter
10. Prayer to St. Paul
11. Prayer to St. John the Evangelist (1)
12. Prayer to St. John the Evangelist (2)
13. Prayer to St. Stephen
A Letter to Prior Baldric
14. Prayer to St. Nicholas
15. Prayer to St. Benedict
16. Prayer to St. Mary Magdalene
17. Prayer by a Bishop or Abbot to the Patron Saint of his Church
18. Prayer for Friends
19. Prayer for Enemies
A Letter from Durandus
Meditation 1
Meditation 2
Meditation on Human Redemption
Proslogion
Notes
Appendix – The Development of the Prayers
1. The Circulation and Influence of the Prayers
2. Early Additions to the Collection: Ralph of Battle, Elmer of Canterbury
Notes to the Appendix

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