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" Her cushion - the pavement that wearies her knees, Her music - the Psalm, or the sigh of disease; The delicate lady lives mortified there, And the feast is forsaken for fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of... "
The Catholic Penny Magazine - Page 46
1884
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Considerations on the eucharist, viewed as the generative dogma of Christian ...

Olympe Philippe Gerbet (bp. of Perpignan.) - 1840
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined: Like him whom she loves to the mansions...the tidings of joy and relief. She strengthens the weary—she comforts the weak, And soft is her voice in the ear of the sick ; Where want and affliction...
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The Religious Cabinet, Volume 1

1842
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Arc the cares of that heaven- minded virgin confined : Like Him whom she loves, to the...the weak, And soft is her voice in the ear of the siclc ; Where want and affliction on mortals attend, The Sister of Charity there is a friend. Unshrinking...
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The ballad poetry of Ireland. Ed. by C.G. Duffy. 4th ed

sir Charles Gavan Duffy - 1845 - 252 pages
...sigh of disease ; Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined, Like him whom she loves, to the mansions...the tidings of joy and relief. She strengthens the weary—she comforts the weak, -And soft is her voice in the ear of the sick ; Where want and affliction...
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The Family friend [ed. by R.K. Philp].

Robert Kemp Philp - 1855
...suffering and care. T. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind Are the thoughts of this heaven-minded virgin confined ; Like Him whom she loves, to the...of joy and relief. She strengthens the weary— she comfurts the weak, And soft is her voice in the eur of the sick; Where want and affliction on mortals...
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The Manchester illuminator, and general Catholic record, ed. by W ..., Volume 1

William Francis Cleary - 1850
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined. Like Him whom she loves, to the mansions...of Joy and relief. She strengthens the weary— she comfort* the weak, And soft Is her voice in the ear of the sick ; Where want and affliction on mortals...
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Lyra Catholica: Containing All the Hymns of the Roman Breviary and Missal ...

Catholic Church - 1851 - 576 pages
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined: Like Him whom she loves, to the mansions of grief She hastes with the tidings of jo} She strengthens the weary — she comforts the weak, And soft is her voice in the ear of the sick...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or, Books, Places and People

Mary Russell Mitford - 1852 - 558 pages
...confined, Like Him whom she loves, to the mansion of grief She hastes with the tidings of joy and relief; 4 She strengthens the weary, she comforts the weak,...friend. Unshrinking where pestilence scatters his breath, Like an angel she moves 'mid the vapor of death ; Where rings the loud musket and flashes the...
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Recollections of a Literary Life

Mary Russell Mitford - 1855 - 558 pages
...of that Heaven-minded virgin confined, Like Him whom she loves, to the mansion of grief She bastes with the tidings of joy and relief; She strengthens...friend. Unshrinking where pestilence scatters his breath, Like an angel she moves 'mid the vapor of death ; Where rings the loud musket and flashes the...
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The ballads of Ireland, collected and ed. by E. Hayes, Volume 2

Edward Hayes (collector of ballads) - 1856
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined, Like him whom she loves, to the mansions...friend. Unshrinking where pestilence scatters his breath, Like an angel she moves, 'mid the vapour of death ; Where rings the loud musket, and flashes...
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The Ballads of Ireland, Volume 2

Edward Hayes - 1856
...fasting and prayer. Yet not to the service of heart and of mind, Are the cares of that heaven-minded virgin confined. Like him whom she loves, to the mansions...friend. Unshrinking where pestilence scatters his breath, Like an angel she moves, 'mid the vapor of death ; Where rings the loud musket, and flashes...
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