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Laudemus virum gloiosu(m) et parentem nostrum ardentissimam eius charitatem imitar-riLet us praise the glorious man and our parent/founder; let us try to imitate his most ardent charity,conemus qui exaudi- vit paupieres vinctos in mendicitate et fe- rro. Salvavit eos de manu odientium etwho heard the poor bound in poverty and by the sword; he saved them from the hand of those...

"They who sow courtesy reap friendship, and they who plant kindness gather love." -- St Basil the GreatCommentaries St. Gregory (325?- & St. Basil (329-379) 9th c. AH/15th c. CEThis manuscript, written on polished laid paper, is an Arabic translation from a Greek or Coptic original of...