They were composed some time after her death, most likely in the 15th century by English mystics of the Brigittine order.
They were quite popular during the late Middle Ages and were a frequent item in many a Medieval prayer book.
For the endings, go here (the chart does not have the vocative endings—for the neuter nouns, the vocative endings are the same as the nominative endings).
This, I suggest, is why we tend towards great imprecision in our historical narratives. If one does, one should not be surprised if one is unable to find answers.
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The second strategy: one can look at references in the text to the time of the author: the author might say "In X year of Y king I write this book." Or she or he might mention an event occurring at that time.