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Cecilia,

It's liturgical, from a Benedictio pro iter agentibu:

Patrologia latina Vol. 78

Gregorius I:

ALIUD BENEDICTIONUM EPISCOPALIUM SUPPLEMENTUM. (C)* 84Kb

...Iter vestrum inspiciat, subsequens praecedat, gressus dirigat, et ad
justae dispensationis loca sine offensione perducat. Amen. Quatenus ejus
gloriam in saeculi...

I am unsure whether Gregory is the actual author.

Tom Izbicki


> medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture
>
> Doctissimi,
>
> At 10th century prayer (in honor of those "about to journey" but not
> explicitly about pilgrimage) talks of the "iustae dispensationis loca".
> May
> God lead them to the "iustae dispensationis loca".  How would you all
> interpret this phrase?
>
> tx,
> cecilia
>
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