Crusade Propaganda and Ideology: Model Sermons for the Preaching of the Cross

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Gilbert of Tournai
SERMO II

P5 = Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, lat. 15953, ff. 376r-v

Additional manuscripts
C = Cambridge, University Library, Peterhouse 200, ff. 69va-70ra
M = Marseille, Bibliothèque Municipale, 392, ff. 100rb-100vb
P3= Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, lat. 15943, ff. 115va-116ra

Reference
Schneyer, II, 303, no. 246

Ad crucesignatos et crucesignandos sermo secundus
1. [f. 376v] Vidi alterum angelum etc., habentem signum Dei vivi [Apc. vii, 2], crucem scilicet Christi, in qua invenitur vita, Prov. viii1 [35]: Qui me invenerit, inveniet vitam et hauriet salutem a Domino, vitam gratie, salutem glorie.
2. Signat autem dyabolus suos signo mortis, Christus autem suos signo vite. Signo mortis signantur duplices et proditores similes Iude, qui dedit Christo osculum in signum pacis et perficiebat opus proditionis, Mt. xxvi [48–9]: Qui tradidit eum dedit eis signum dicens: Quemcumque osculatus fuero, ipse est; tenete eum, et sequitur: Accedens ad Ihesum dicit: Ave, rabi!, et osculatus est eum. Sic multi in facie ungunt et a tergo pungunt, ore se Christianos dicunt et opere Christum crucifigunt.
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