Sermons in Irish-Gaelic, with Literal Idiomatic English Translation on Opposite Pages, and Irish-Gaelic Vocabulary, Also a Memoir of the Bishop and His Times by U.J. Bourke

Sermons in Irish-Gaelic, with Literal Idiomatic English Translation on Opposite Pages, and Irish-Gaelic Vocabulary, Also a Memoir of the Bishop and His Times by U.J. Bourke

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...fruetwa suum. Agus ni luga leis an t-Sacramuint so. Crann na beat a Jar ii're beir duinn an beata ihartanac; beir se meas gac mi, se sin le rad go d-tugann duinn an uile gne furtacta agus cabra aim gac am, ann gac staid agus air gac dcaid. Beir torad ann aimsir na uige, aig freiiirugad na subailee, aig sma5tugad na ndroi-elaonta, agus aig mucad teas na colua; beir an t-Sacramuint torad a meodain aoise aig breit buaid air catugad on t-saogail so, aig mucad gac feirge; agus mar deir an Faid rigaiiiail, is arm cosanta an t-Aran Neamila so ann agaid naiiiaid ar n-anama.--Parasli in conspeclu meo mensam, adversus cos qui tribulant me (Ps. 22 5.) Beir se torad ann aimsir na arsaigeaota, aig cotugad foigide na droinge aosda; atnuaduigeann an t-Aran diada a neart, agua cuireann beo'las na craibeacta ann a g-croidfib.--Panis cor liominis confirmal (Ps. 103, 15.) Beir, mar an g-coadna, an t-Sacramuint so torad aun gac staid. Air an adlar, is rueodam cifeactac si aig an only receive every grace, as St. Bernard remarks, but we obtain and receive the author and the dispenser of all graces--the Son of the Almighty God himself. The other Sacraments mould and prepare us for grace; but this heavenly food accomplishes and completes the abundant flow of divine grace in us. In the other Sacraments we taste a part only of the water of the fountain of grace, but in receiving the body of our Lord, we drink the whole fountain in all its fulness. Just as the manna was to each one's taste, according to the relish which each felt who partook of it, so is this food full of sweetness and of grace, according to the relish and requirements of every one who receives it. The tree of life had another superior quality, that it bore fruit each month. And so it is with this...show more

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  • Paperback | 98 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 191g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236572254
  • 9781236572257