Full text: De arte patiendi, et compatiendi, in illis quae sunt homini suprema libri duo (2)

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Pm Prima. Cap. IVIIP 259 
Mortis. Mox vultu blandiore aliumpto con- 
deicendat nonnihil reo, ejusque rationibus» 
fcdnd idcirco defperandam negligendamvc 
fala te m ciTe. Chrifti, Martyrumque paflio- 
ncm interponat» per eam oret iterum, ad idc 
fecum circumltancesinvitet» imoreuipfum- 
met. Qjuodii fledi nondum poilit, vel ad i- 
gftofcendum, vel fubmittendum ie Juftitia^ 
Inducatur ad confeffionem laciendam, ii vc| 
hinc fpes foret. Si pertinax eile pergit * abfol- 
Vendus non elh Si came poft hccc in ipfc mor¬ 
tis puncbo contriti animi iignum ederet, ac 
Ghriftiani more occumbere velle fe diceret •, 
AbfolvendusciTer, jam ante confeiTus, nec 
deferendus.Notandum aurem femper manus 
reorum vindas eile debere, ne ii.bi alijsque, 
ex perturbatione mortis quali in furore adi 
noccant,niii conditio perfonae aliud exigerer. 
VII. Denique non omittat drcunjftan« 
dum fuffragijs defundi animam commen¬ 
dare , incerta enim Judicia DEI fune, &: pa¬ 
tentibus, aut ejus cognatis, non fme adhibita 
confolatione, qua: bene praefertim ab eo ad* 
funt referre,ac pro animi fallite ipfe Deo fup- 
plicare videri de hac materia poteit P.Vogle- 
rus toto libro 7. in fonte Confoiatorio lati 
mulca compledinm 
VIII. Atqfriim his,uim ce terisequet fupra 
ad oihciurn amici fidelis usque ad morte re¬ 
quiri di iii mus, pedi mortem erga deiundum, 
K, i tiu
	        
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