Adversa mundi tolera. Thomas à Kempis. [Patience.] This hymn is in his Opera, Nürnberg, 1494, f. 1306, in 29 lines arranged as 11, and entitled "Canticum de virtute patientiae." The full text is in Wackernagel, i. No. 377, and, omitting 12 lines, in Daniel, ii. p. 379, where it is headed Carmen Thomas à Kempis de Patientiâ Christianâ. Also in Bässler, No. 119. and Königsfeld. ii. 254.
Translations in common use:—
1. For Christ's dear sake with courage bear. By E. Caswall, in his Masque of Mary, 1858, p. 358, and again in his Hymns and Poems, 1873, in 5 stanzas of 4 1ines with the heading "Hymn of Thomas à Kempis, on Christian Patience." In recent editions of the Appendix to the Hymnal Noted it is given unaltered as No. 305. It also appears as:—
2. In Christ's dear Name with courage bear, in the Roman Catholic Hymns for the Year, No. 69.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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