The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Jesu my Lord welcome Thou be / In flesh and blood I Thee see
A prayer to be said between Agnus Dei and the ‘Levacion’
— nineteen couplets, with four monoriming introductory lines assuring
For a shorter version see 2871
Subjects: prayers, for use in church
1.Source: York, York Minster Library Add. 2 [olim Challoner]
, ff. 206-207
Als oft as men says þis orisoun
Betwen agnus dei &
Twa thowsande wynter of pardoun
Mon þai haue to
Ihesu my lord welcom þu be
In flesch & blode
þer I þe see…
…And euer þu do mercy with
In worschipe of Trinite
Brown, Carleton Fairchild,
Religious Lyrics of the XVth Century.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1939: 181-3.
McGarry, Sister Loretta.
“The Holy Eucharist in Middle English Homiletic and Devotional
Diss. Catholic University of America, 1936: 235 (rubric only).