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CHAPTER 1

The words of our Lord Jesus Christ

to His chosen and dearly beloved bride, Saint Bridget,

about the proclamation of His

most holy Incarnation and the rejection,

desecration and abandonment of our faith and baptism,

and how He bids His beloved bride

and all Christian people to love Him.

 

CHAPTER 2

Our Lord Jesus Christís words to his daughter

- whom He now had taken as His bride -

about the articles of the true faith,

and about what kind of adornments,

tokens and desires the bride must have

in order to please the Bridegroom.

 

CHAPTER 3

Our Lord Jesus Christís words

of wisdom to His bride

about how she should love and honor Him, the Bridegroom,

and about how the evil love the world and hate God.

 

CHAPTER 4

Our Lord Jesus Christís words

to His bride about how she should

not fear or think that the revelations

told to her by Him come from an evil spirit,

and about how to discern an evil spirit from a good one.

 

CHAPTER 5

The loving words of Christ

to His bride in the wonderful parable

of a lovely castle,

which signifies the holy Church militant,

and about how the Church of God

will be rebuilt by the prayers

of the glorious Virgin and of the saints.

 

CHAPTER 6

The words of Christ

to His bride about how His Spirit

cannot remain with the unrighteous,

and about the separation

of the unrighteous from the good,

and how good men, armed with spiritual weapons,

are sent to war against the world.

 

CHAPTER 7

The words of the glorious Virgin

to Saint Bridget about how to dress

and with what kind of clothes

and ornaments her daughter should be adorned and clothed.

 

CHAPTER 8

The words of the Queen of Heaven

to her beloved daughter, Saint Bridget,

teaching her how she should love and praise

the Son of God together with his blessed Mother.

 

CHAPTER 9

The words of the Queen of Heaven

to her beloved daughter

about the wonderful love the Son

had for His Virgin Mother,

and about how the Mother of Christ

was conceived within the most chaste marriage

and sanctified in the womb.

She tells how she was assumed,

body and soul, into Heaven,

and about the power of her name,

and about the good and evil angels

assigned to men for their protection or trial.

 

CHAPTER 10

The words of Virgin Mary to her daughter,

presenting a useful lesson

about how she should live,

and describing many wonderful things

about the suffering of Christ.

 

CHAPTER 11

Our Lord Jesus Christís words

to His bride about how

He willingly delivered himself up

to be crucified by His enemies,

and about the way to be abstinent

in all members of the body

from all illicit movements

after His most sweet example of suffering.

 

CHAPTER 12

About how an angel

prays for the bride of God,

and how Christ asks the angel

what it is that he prays for the bride

and what is good for her.

 

CHAPTER 13

About how the enemy of God

has three devils in himself

and about the terrifying judgment

passed on him by Christ.

 

CHAPTER 14

The words of Christ to his bride

about the method and the veneration

she should maintain in prayer,

and about the three kinds of people

who serve God in this world.

 

CHAPTER 15

The words of Christ to his bride

wherein he describes himself as a great king,

and about the two treasuries

symbolizing the love of God

and the love of the world,

and a teaching about how to

proceed and improve in this life.

 

CHAPTER 16

About how the bride perceived

a saint speaking to God

about a woman who was being

horribly tormented by the devil

and who was later delivered

from him through the prayers

of the glorious Virgin Mary.

 

CHAPTER 17

The words of our Lord Jesus Christ

to his bride wherein he compares

a sinner to three things:

namely, an eagle, a fowler, and a fighting man.

 

CHAPTER 18

The words of Christ

to his bride about how

there should be humility

in the house of God,

and about how such a house

signifies purity of life,

and about how buildings and alms

should be donated only from goods

that are righteously acquired,

and about how to restore wrongly acquired goods.

 

CHAPTER 19

The words of our God and Creator

to his bride about the

splendor of his power, wisdom, and virtue,

and about how those who are now

called powerful and wise, sin the most against him.

 

CHAPTER 20

The Virgin Motherís

and the Sonís pleasant dialogue

with each other and with the bride,

and about how the bride

should prepare herself for the wedding.

 

CHAPTER 21

The Bridegroomís words to his bride

found in the most delightful parable

about a sorcerer by which the devil

is ingeniously signified and described.

 

CHAPTER 22

The Motherís most lovely

question to the bride,

the humble answer of the bride to the Mother,

and the Motherís useful answer to the bride,

and about the improvement of good people among the evil.

 

CHAPTER 23

The words of Christ

to his bride about a false man,

who is called an enemy of God,

and about his hypocrisy and all his characteristics.

 

CHAPTER 24

God the Fatherís words

before the host of the kingdom of Heaven,

and the answer of the Son and Mother

to the Father asking for mercy for the daughter,

that is, the Church.

 

CHAPTER 25

The words of the Creator

to his bride about how His justice

endures evil men for a threefold reason,

and how His mercy spares the evil for a threefold reason.

 

CHAPTER 26

The angelic hostís words

of praise to God,

and about how children would have been born

if the first parents had not sinned,

and about how God showed miracles

to the people through Moses

and also later through himself

to us on his own coming;

and about the breakdown

of the bodily marriage in this time,

and the conditions of a spiritual marriage.

 

CHAPTER 27

The Virgin Maryís words

to the bride about how there are three things

in the dance and company of the world,

and about how this world is

symbolized by the dance,

and about Maryís suffering at her Sonís death.

 

CHAPTER 28

The words of the Lord

to the bride about how a man came

to be judged before Godís tribunal,

and about the fearsome and horrendous judgment

passed on him by God and all the saints.

 

CHAPTER 29

The words of the Virgin

to the daughter about two wives,

one of whom is called Pride

and the other Humility

(the latter signifying the most sweet Virgin Mary),

and about how the Virgin Mary

comes to meet those who love her

at the moment of their death.

 

CHAPTER 30

The words of our loving Lord

to his bride about

how the many false Christians are being multiplied,

and about how they are crucifying him again,

and about how he is still prepared

to suffer death once more

for the sake of sinful people,

if this were possible.

 

CHAPTER 31

About how the bride saw

the most sweet Virgin Mary

adorned with a crown and other adornments

of indescribable beauty,

and about how Saint John the Baptist

explains to the bride

the meaning of the crown and the other adornments.

 

CHAPTER 32

About how, on Godís exhortation,

the bride of Christ chose poverty

for herself and renounced riches and carnal behavior,

and about the truth

of the things revealed to her,

and about three remarkable things that Christ showed her.

 

CHAPTER 33

Our Lordís words of admonishment

to the bride about true and false wisdom,

and about how good angels

aid the wise who are good

while devils aid the wise who are evil.

 

CHAPTER 34

The teaching of Christ

to his bride about how she should live,

and also about how the devil

admits to Christ that the bride

loves Christ above all things,

and about how the devil asks Christ

why he loves her so much,

and about the love that Christ has for the bride.

 

CHAPTER 35

The Virgin Maryís words

to the bride about her own sorrow

at the suffering of Christ,

and about how the world was sold

through Adam and Eve and bought back

as with one heart through Christ and his Virgin Mother.

 

CHAPTER 36

Our Lordís answer to an angel

who was praying that sorrow

in body and soul should be given to the bride,

and about how even greater sorrow

should be given to more perfect souls.

 

CHAPTER 37

The words of the Virgin Mother

to the bride about the excellence of her Son,

and about how Christ is

now being crucified more cruelly

by his enemies, the evil Christians,

than he once was by the Jews,

and about how such people will receive

a harder and more bitter punishment.

 

CHAPTER 38

The most pleasant conversation

of God the Father with the Son,

and about how the Father

gave the new bride to the Son,

and how the Son received her

with pleasure to himself,

and about how the bridegroom teaches

the bride about patience,

obedience and simplicity through an example.

 

CHAPTER 39

Christ speaks about how faith,

hope and love were found perfectly

in him at the moment of his death

and are found imperfectly in us wretches.

 

CHAPTER 40

Our Creator asks

three questions of his bride.

The first is about the servitude

of the husband and the dominion of the wife;

the second about the work of the husband

and the spending of the wife;

and the third about the contempt

of the Lord and the honoring of the servant.

 

CHAPTER 41

Our beloved Creatorís words

in the presence of

the heavenly host and the bride,

in which he complains about five men

signifying the pope and his clergy,

the evil laity, the Jews and the heathens;

and also about the help he sends to his friends,

signifying all mankind,

and about the harsh judgment

he executes on his enemies.

 

CHAPTER 42

The Virgin Maryís words

of advice to the bride

about how she should

love her Son above all things,

and about how every virtue

and gift of grace is contained

in the glorious Virgin.

 

CHAPTER 43

The words of the Son

to his bride about how people

may rise up from a small good deed

to the highest good

and fall down from a small evil

to the greatest punishment and torment.

 

CHAPTER 44

The Creatorís words to his bride

about how he is now despised

and reproached by men

who pay no attention to

what he did in love for them,

when he admonished them through the prophets

and suffered for their sake,

and about how they do not care

about the anger he exercised

against the stubborn by punishing them severely.

 

CHAPTER 45

The answer of

the Virgin Mother and the angels,

the prophets, the apostles, and the devils to God,

in the presence of the bride,

testifying about his many virtues

and his perfection in creation,

incarnation and redemption,

and about how evil men nowadays

contradict all these things,

and about the severe judgment they receive.

 

CHAPTER 46

The words of praise

of the Mother and the Son

to each other in the presence of the bride,

and about how Christ is now regarded as shameful,

dishonest, and despicable by people,

and about the horrifying and eternal

damnation of these people.

 

CHAPTER 47

Our Lordís words to his bride

about the contempt of the New Law,

and about how that same Law

is now rejected and despised by the world,

and about how bad priests

are not Godís priests but Godís betrayers,

and about the punishment and damnation they receive.

 

CHAPTER 48

About how,

in the presence of the heavenly host

and of the bride,

the Divinity spoke to the Manhood

against the Christians,

just as God spoke to Moses

against the people of Israel,

and about how damned priests

love the world and despise Christ,

and about their condemnation and damnation.

 

CHAPTER 49

The words of Christ

to his bride about

how Christ is likened to Moses,

in a figurative way,

leading the people out of Egypt;

and about how the damnable priests,

whom he chose in the place of the prophets

as his most beloved friends, now cry: ďDepart from us!Ē

 

CHAPTER 50

The Mother and Sonís words

of blessing and praise for each other,

and about the grace granted

by the Son to his Mother

for the souls in purgatory

and those in this world.

 

CHAPTER 51

The Mother blesses the Son

in the hearing of the bride,

and about how the glorious Son

makes a wonderful comparison

of his most sweet Mother

to a flower that grew

in a valley but rose up over mountains.

 

CHAPTER 52

The Mother blesses her Son

and prays to him that his words

might be spread all over the world

and take root in the hearts of his friends.

And about how the Virgin

is compared to a wonderful flower

growing in a garden,

and about the words of Christ

that were sent through the bride

to the pope and to other prelates of the Church.

 

CHAPTER 53

The Mother and Sonís words

of blessing for each other,

and about how the Virgin is

likened to the ark wherein the staff,

the manna, and the tablets of the Law were,

and many wonderful things are revealed in this comparison.

 

CHAPTER 54

The words of an angel

to the bride about

whether the spirit of her thoughts

is good or bad,

and about how there are two spirits,

one uncreated and one created,

and about their characteristics.

 

CHAPTER 55

About how Christ is likened

to a mighty lord

who built a great city and a marvelous castle,

signifying the world and the church,

and how the judges and defenders

and workers in the church of God

have been changed into a bad bow.

 

CHAPTER 56

The words in which God explains

the nearest preceding chapter,

and about the judgment

that he makes against such people,

and about how God for a while

endures the evil for the sake of the good.

 

CHAPTER 57

The words of our Lord

to the bride about

how he is loathsome and despicable food

for the souls of Christians,

and how the world, instead,

is loved and found to be delightful by them,

and about the terrifying judgment

that is executed over such people.

 

CHAPTER 58

The words of the Mother

to the bride about how sweet

the Mother and the Son are to each other.

How Christ is bitter, bitterer,

and most bitter for the evil,

and how he is sweet, sweeter,

and most sweet for the good.

 

CHAPTER 59

The words of Christ,

in the presence of the bride,

about how Christ is likened to a peasant,

good priests to a good shepherd,

bad priests to a bad shepherd,

and good Christians to a wife.

Many useful things are also explained in this parable.

 

CHAPTER 60

The words of the Son

to the bride about

the three kinds of Christians

that are symbolized by the Jews living in Egypt,

and about how the things which

have been revealed to the bride

should be transmitted,

published and preached

to ignorant persons by the friends of God.