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The Liber spiritualis gratiae is more correctly known as the Liber specialis gratiae ; it consists of revelations and devotions transmitted in writing by two sisters, one of whom was, in all probability, Gertrude the Great.
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Abbess Adam of Dryburgh Antiphon appears Benedictine Bernard Birgitta Blessed Virgin Book of Margery Cambridge Carthusian Catalogue Charterhouse Christ Church Cistercian copy devotion dialect Divine Dominican edition EETS Elizabeth of Schonau England English Religious feast fifteenth century folios forms German Gertrude haffe Helfta Henry Suso hereselfe herte Holy hymn hymselfe indic inflexions Joann John Latin Liber Spiritualis Library liturgy London Lord manuscript Margery Kempe Matt Mechtild of Hackeborn Mechtild of Magdeburg Medieval meditation Middle English Midland monastery monk mystical northern Note Oxford pa.t passage piety prayer prep pres prologues pron Psal pseudo-Dionysian reads refers refi Revelationes Richard Rolle rubrics Sacred Heart Saint Saint Birgitta sche scribal error scribe sister soul spellings spiritual subj Suso syllables symbolic Syon Table of Chapters trans translation Trinity usually variant visions vowel word writings written York