The Rule of st. Benedict, from the old Engl. ed. of 1638 [tr. by J. Jones and others] ed. by one of the Benedictine fathers of St. Michael's, near Hereford

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CHAPTER PAGE
97
CAPUT PAGE XVII Quot Psalmi per easdem Horas dicendi sunt
100
Quo ordine Psalmi dicendi sunt
104
In what order the Psalms are to be said
105
De Disciplina psallendi
112
De Reverentia Orationis
114
De Decanis Monasterii
116
Quomodo dormiant Monachi
118
De Excommunicatione Culparum
122
Of Excommunication for offences
123
Qualis debeat esse modus Excommu nicationis
124
De Gravioribus Culpis
126
De iis qui sine jussione Abbatis junguntur excommunicatis
128
Of those who keep company with
129
Qualis debeat esse sollicitus Abbas circa excommunicatos
130
De iis qui sæpius correcti non emen dantur
134
Of those who being often corrected
135
Si debeant iterum recipi Fratres ex euntes de Monasterio
138
De Pueris minori ætate qualiter cor ripiantur
140
How Children are to be corrected
141
De Cellerario Monasterii
142
De ferramentis vel rebus Monasterii
148
Of the iron tools or goods of
149
Si quid debeant Monachi proprium habere
150
Si omnes debeant æqualiter necessaria accipere
152
De Septimanariis Coquinæ
154
CHAPTER PAGE XXXV Of the Weekly Servers in the Kitchen
155
De Infirmis Fratribus
158
Of the Sick Brethren
159
De Senibus vel Infantibus
162
Of Old Men and Children
163
De Hebdomadario Lectore
164
Of the Weekly Reader
165
De Mensura Ciborum
168
Of the Measure or Quantity of Meat
169
CAPUT PAGE XL De Mensura Potus
172
Of the Measure of Drink
173
Quibus horis oporteat Reficere Fratres
176
At what hours the Brethren are to take their Refections
177
Ut post Completorium nemo loquatur
180
That no one may speak after Complin
181
De iis qui ad Opus Dei vel ad Mensam tarde occurrunt
184
Of those who come late to the Work of God or to Table
185
De iis qui excommunicantur quomodo satisfaciant
190
Of Daily Manual Labour
201
De Quadragesimæ Observatione
206
Of the Observance of Lent
207
De Fratribus qui longe ab Oratorio labo rant aut in viâ sunt
210
Of the Brethren who work at a dis tance from the Oratory or are on a journey
211
De Fratribus qui non satis longe pro ficiscuntur
212
Of the Brethren who do not go far off
213
De Oratorio Monasterii
214
Of the Oratory of the Monastery
215
De Hospitibus suscipiendis
216
Of the manner of entertaining Guests
217
Si debet Monachus Litteras vel Eulo gias suscipere
222
Whether it be lawful for a Monk to receive Letters or Presents
223
De vestimentis et calceamentis Fratrum
224
Of the Clothes and Shoes of the Brethren
225
De Mensa Abbatis
230
Of the Abbots Table
231
De Artificibus Monasterii
232
Of the Artificers of the Monastery
233
De Disciplina suscipiendorum Fratrum
236
De Filiis nobilium vel pauperum qui offeruntur
244
De Sacerdotibus qui voluerint in Monas terio habitare
248
De Monachis peregrinis qualiter susci piantur
252
Of Monks that are strangers how they
253
De Sacerdotibus Monasterii 256
256
CAPUT PAGE LXIII De Ordine Congregationis
260
Of the order of the Community
261
De Ordinando Abbate
266
Of the election of the Abbot
267
De Præposito Monasterii
272
Of the Prepositus or Provost of
273
De Ostiario Monasterii
278
Of the Porter of the Monastery 279
279
De Fratribus in Via directis
282
Si Fratri impossibilia injungantur
286
If a Brother be ordered to do impos
287
Ut in Monasterio non præsumat alter alterum defendere
288
Ut non præsumat quisquam aliquem passim cædere aut excommunicare
290
Ut obedientes sint sibi invicem Fratres
292
That the Brethren be obedient to each
293
De zelo bono quem debent habere Monachi
296
De eo quod non omnis observatio justitiæ in hac sit Regula constituta
298
That the highest degree of perfection
299

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