Irish treatise on the Faith and the sacraments
Irish religious treatise which is usually treated as a single composition and consists of two parts. It is found in the Leabhar Breac, where it directly follows a text of Fís Adomnáin (‘The vision of Adomnán’) and is followed not much later by Fís Adomnáin II .
There is no generally accepted title. The catalogue description of LB calls it “Homily on Christian Faith and loyalty to the Church”.
- Cach duine risna dúthracht síd ⁊ cend-sa in Choimmded d'fhagbail [first part] ... Ísu Críst Macc Ríg níme ⁊ talman, in Tres Persu na Trinóti is comoesa ... [second part]
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Skips the “last article of the Creed in reference to Christ the Second Person” but translates “the dogma connected with the Second Person of the Trinity”.
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