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Copyright, 1905, by J. FISCHER & Bro. Entered at Stationers' Hall. 



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Remigius Lafort, S.T.L. 
June II, 1905 Censor Librorum 



approve^ 

James H. McGean 
Chairman 
Diocesan Church Music Commission 
October 27, 1905 



Imprimatur 

►i^JoHN M. Farley, D.D. 

Archbishop of New York 

Umprlml potest, 

W. A. Johnson, V. G. 

Westminster, 
March 5, 1906. 



Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Section 4965 of the American Copyright Law, 
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PREFACE 



This book is an earnest endeavor to bring together under one cover not only 
those hymns which, from long continued use, have endeared themselves to so 
many thousands of people, but to provide others of a more virile type expressed 
in the restrained language of the church's own song. With this end in view 
I have included the best translations 1 could find of the Breviary, or other ancient 
hymns from all sources suitable for general purposes. In several cases where 
more than one author's version has been available I have given it in order to 
provide for every possible individual need. No such large use has, I believe, 
hitherto been made of these mediaeval hymns, nor have they been brought to- 
gether in so great a number for practical purposes before ; I trust, therefore, 
that the desire expressed by so many priests to have them included in a Catholic 
book will be found realized in this work. 

In order to make the music as congregational as possible I have kept the 
compass of the tunes within the proper limits for unison singing. In a very 
few cases others will be found suitable only to a choir of trained voices; these, 
however, are always supplemented by simpler settings for use where the more 
elaborate ones are not wanted. I have inserted directions for the more intelligent 
and artistic rendering of the different hymns ; whether these directions are fol- 
lowed or not will depend upon those who are in responsible positions of authority. 
It seems, however, reasonable to suppose that if a thing is worth doing at all 
it is worth doing well, and that some pains should be taken to bring out and 
emphasize the varying spirit of the words that are being sung. 

I have not included the proper plain-chant melodies to the translated Breviary 
hymns, believing them to be unsuitable when sung to words in the vernacular. 
I have, on the other hand, retained several more or less traditional tunes, 
absolutely valueless and without merit from a musical point of view, but which 
seem to have become a necessity if a book is to appeal — as 1 hope this one 
will — to the varied needs of various churches. 

I have to thank many of the clergy for their advice and kindly criticism 
during the task of compilation. In particular I am deeply indebted to the Rev. 
George Benson latum, M.A., and to Father C. Raymond-Barker, S.J., B.A. , 
for the invaluable assistance they were ever ready to render, enabling me to 
profit by their experience and erudition in a manner which otherwise would have 
been impossible. 

To the many composers who have written music expressly for this collection, 
and to those writers who have permitted the use of their copyright compositions 
I here tender my very grateful thanks. Their names will be found above their 
respective contributions. 

I trust the united labors of so many zealous helpers will do much to further 
the cause this work is intended to promote. 



vyy 6^Cc.v,wvw/^^^>«Aj^. 



Septuagesima Sunday, 190S. 



INDEX 



ENGLISH HYMNS, 



First Line of Hymn. 


No. 


Author, or Source of Hymn. 


A Virgin Most Pure, as the Prophets Did Tell . 


15 


Traditional. 


Above the Starry Spheres 


64 


Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 


Again the Time Appointed See 


32 


Tr. from the Latin by R. Campbell. 


All Glory, Laud and Honor 


48 


f Tr. from the Latin of S. Theodulph 
t bvDr. J. M.Neale. 


All Hail! Dear Conqueror, All Hail . . . . 


53 


Verv Rev. F. W. Faber. 


All Hail ! Great Conqueror, to Thee 


121 


Fr. Placid Conway, 0. P. 


All Ye Who Seek in Hope or Love . . . . 


204 


Tr. from the Latin bv Rev. E.Caswall 


Alleluia, Song of Sweetness 


28 


f Tr. from the Latin (rXIII Cent.) 
I by Dr. J. M. Neale. 


Ancient of Days, Thy Servants Meet . . 


140 


Dr. F. G. Lee. 


Angels we Have Heard on High .... 


10 


Traditional. 


Are Thy Toils and Woes Increasing . . 


37 


1 Tr. from the Latin by Dr. T. M. 
\ Neale. 


Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid . . . 


181 


/ Tr. from the Greek by Dr. T. M. 
i Neale. 


As the Dewy Shades of Even 


219 


Anon. 


Ave Maria! Thou Virgin and Mother 


93 


From S. Patrick's Hymn Book. 


Bethlehem of Noblest Cities 


21 


Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 


Blessed Feasts of Blessed Martyrs .... 


144 


1 Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 
\ Neale. 


Blessed Francis, Holv Father 


130 


From " Franciscan Manual." 


Blest Guardian of All Virgin Souls . . . . 


104 


Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 


Blest Three in One, and One in Three, . . . 


68 


R. Campbell. 


Brightly Gleams our Banner 


227 


T. J. Potter. 


By the Archangel's Word of Love 


116 


Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


By the Blood that Flowed from Thee . 


39 


Verv Rev. F. W. Faber. 


By the Blood that Flowed from Thee . . . 


117 


Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


By the First Bright Easter Day .... 


118 


Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


Come, Holy Ghost, Send Down Those Beams . 


60 


Tr. from the Latin by J. Austin. 


Come, Let Me for a Moment Cast .... 


223 


Rev. E. Caswall. 


Come, O Creator Spirit . . .... 


58 


Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 


Come, O Creator Spirit Blest 


61 


Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 


Creator of the Stars of Night 


2 


( Tr. from the Latin bv Dr. J. M. 
\ Neale. 


Crown Him with Many Crowns 


161 


M. Bridges. 


Daily, Daily Sing to Mary 


107 


Tr. by Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


Days and Moments Quickly Flying 


196 


Rev. E. Caswall. 


Dear Angel, Ever at My Side 


153 


Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


Dear Husband of Marv, Dear Nurse of Her 






Child . . . . ' 


123 


Verv Rev. F. W. Falx-r. 


Dear Little One, How Sweet Thou Art . 


18 


Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 


Dear Mary, Fair and Tender 


108 


Tr. from the German. 


Draw Nigh, Draw Nigh, Emmanuel 


I 


j Tr. from the Latin bv Dr. J. M. 
1 Neale. 



INDEX. 



ENGLISH HYMNS. 



First Line of Hymn. 


No. 


Composer, or Source of Tune. 


A Vi) gin Most Pure, as the Prophets Did Tell . 


15 


Traditional Melody. 


Above the Starry Spheres 


64 


tH. Noble Pottle. 


Again the Time Appointed See 


32 


lA. Edmonds Tozer. 


A.11 Glory, Laud and Honor 


48 


t Elizabeth Raymond-Barker. 


All Hail! Dear Conqueror, All Hail . . . . 


53 


tR. R. Terry. 


All Hail! Great Conqueror, to Thee . . . 


121 


JRev. R. B. Sankey. 


All Ye Who Seek in Hope or Love .... 


204 


tH. Noble Pottle. 


Alleluia, Song of Sweetness 


28 


|A. Edmonds Tozer. 


Ancient of Days, Thy Servants Meet . . 


140 


JA. Edmonds Tozer. 


Angels we Have Heard on High .... 


10 


Old French Melody. 


Are Thy Toils and Woes Increasing 


37 


t Elizabeth Raymond-Barker. 


ArtThou Weary, Art Thou Languid . . . 


181 


|A. Edmonds Tozer. 


As the Dewy Shades of Even 


219 


JR. Maitland. 


Ave Maria! Thou Virgin and Mother 


93 


JA. Edmonds Tozer. 


Bethlehem of Noblest Cities 


21 


JJ. Francis. 


Blessed Feasts of Blessed Martyrs . . . . 


144 


tj. Francis. 


Blessed Francis, Holy Father 


130 


J A. Edmonds Tozer. 


Blest Guardian of All Virgin Souls .... 


104 


fFr. H. Farmer, S.J. 


Blest Three in One, and One in Three, . 


68 


tH. W^hitehead. 


Brightly Gleams our Banner 


227 


Haydn. 


By the Archangel's Word of Love . . . . 


116 


Saboly. 


By the Blood that Flowed from Thee . . 


39 


J. Richardson. 


By the Blood that Flowed from Thee . 


117 


JA. Edmonds Tozer. 


By the First Bright Easter Day .... 


118 


Mendelssohn. 


Come, Holy Ghost, Send Down Those Beams . 


60 


Fr. Maher, S.J. 


Come, Let Me for a Moment Cast .... 


223 


tA. E. Baker. 


Come, Creator Spirit 


5^ 


tA. Murlev. 


Come, Creator Spirit Blest 


61 


tA. E. Baker. 


Creator of the Stars of Night 


2 


tFr. H. Farmer, S.J. 


Crown Him with Many Crowns 


161 


tS. P. Waddington. 


Daily, Daily Sing to Mary 


107 


fi., Traditional Melodv; ii., tF. N. 
I Birtchnell. 


Days and Moments Quickly Flying 


196 


|A. Edmonds Tozer. 


Dear Angel, Ever at My Side 


153 


fi., to. Hendrick, ii., Rt. Rev. Mgr. 
\ Crookall. 


Dear Husband of Marv, Dear Nurse of Her 




Child . . . . ^ 


123 


From.the " Trier Gesangbuch.". 


Dear Little One, How Sweet Thou Art . . . 


18 


tR. A. Turton. 


Dear Mary, Fair and Tender 


108 


%C. Mayland. 


Draw Nigh, Draw Nigh, Emmanuel . . . 


I 


,t A. Edmonds Tozer. 



First Line of Hymn. 



Eternal Glory of the Heavens 



Faith of Our Fathers! Living Still . . 

Father of Many Children! In the Gloom 
For Christ's Dear Sake with Courage Bear 

For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country 

From Highest Heaven, the Father's Son 

From Sina's Trembling Peak 

Full in the Panting Heart of Rome . 



Glory be to Jesus 

God of Mercy and Compassion . 
God the Father, Who Didst Make Me 
Grace Increate 



Hail, Full of Grace and Purity .... 
Hail, Glorious S. Patrick, Dear Saint of Ourlsle 
Hail, Holy Joseph, Hail 

Hail, Holy Mission, Hail 



Hail, Holy Queen, Enthroned Above 
Hail, Jesus, Hail, Who for My Sake 
Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star 
Hail, Thou Resplendent Star .... 
Hail Wounds, Which Through Eternal Years 

Happy We, Who Thus United .... 



Hark, An Awful Voice is Sounding . 
Hark, Hark, My Soul, Angelic Songs are 
Swelling 



Hark, the Sound of the Fight Hath Gone Forth 

Have Mercy on Us, God Most High 

He Who Once, in Righteous Vengeance 

Hear Thy Children, Gentle Jesus 

Hear Thy Children, Gentlest Mother . . 

Help, Lord, the Souls Which Thou Hast Made 

High Let Us All Our Voices Raise . 

Holy Ghost, Come Down Upon Thy Children 

Holy God, We Praise Thy Name 

Holy Godhead, One in Three .... 

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty 

Holy Spirit, Come and Shine .... 



How Vain the Cruel Herod's Fear 



IDoNot Ask, O Lord, That Life May Be . . 

1 Dwell a Captive in this Heart 

I'll Sing a Hymn to Marv 

I Love, I Love Thee, Lord Most High . 

I Met the GoodShepherd But Now on the Plain 

It Great Wonders Thou Desirest . . . . 



169 

171 

66 

89 
210 
211 
136 
152 

63 
200 
175 

65 

59 
19 

180 
85 
105 
202 
194 

128 



Author, or Source of Hymn. 



Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
f Tr. from the Latin of Bernard 
\ of Cluny by Dr. J. M. Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 

Rev. E. Caswall. 

Cardinal Wiseman. 



Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Casw.all. 

Fr. Vaughan,C.SS.R. 

Anon. 

Rev. E. Caswall. 

Fr. Placid Conway, O.P 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
VeryRev.F.W. Faber. 

Rt. Rev. Bishop Chadwick. 

From the " Catholic School Chimes." 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Rev. Dr. Lingard. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Anon. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Rev. F. Stanheld. 

Rev. F. Stantield. 

Anon. 

Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Rev. Clarence Walworth. 

From S. Ambrose. 

R. Heber. 

f Tr. from the Latin bv the Very 

\ Rev. J. Aylward.O.P. 

I Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 

\ Neale. 

Adelaide Proctor. 

From S. Alphonsus. 

Anon. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall 

Rev. E. Caswall. 

From S. Bonaventure. 



First Line of Hymn. 



Composer, pr Source of Tune. 



Eternal Glory of the Heavens . 

Faith of Our Fathers ! Living StiH . . 

Father of Many Children! In the Gloom 
For Christ's Dear Sake with Courage Bear 

For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country 

From Highest Heaven, the Father's Son 
From Sina's Trembling Peak 
Fullin the Panting Heart of Rome . 



Glory be to Jesus . . _ . 
God of Mercv and Compassion . 
God the Father, Who Didst Make Me 
Grace Increate 



Hail, Full of Grace and Purity 

Hail, Glorious S. Patrick, Dear Saint of Our Isle 
Hail, Holy Joseph, Hail 

Hail, Holy Mission, Hail 



Hail, Holy Queen, Enthroned Above . 

Hail, Jesus, Hail, Who for My Sake . . . 

Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star 

Hail, Thou Resplendent Star 

Hail Wounds, Which Through Eternal Years . 

Happy We, Who Thus United 



Hark, An Awful Voice is Sounding .... 

Hark, Hark, My Soul, Angelic Songs are 

Swelling 

Hark, the Sound of the Fight Hath Gone Forth 

Have Mercy on Us, God Most High 

He Who Once, in Righteous Vengeance 

Hear Thy Children, Gentle Jesus 

Hear Thy Children, Gentlest Mother 

Help, Lord, the Souls Which Thou Hast Made 

High Let Us All Our Voices Raise . 

Holy Ghost, Come Down Upon Thy Children 

Holy God, We Praise Thy Name . . . 

Holy Godhead, One in Three .... 

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty 

Holy Spirit, Come and Shine .... 
How Vain the Cruel Herod's Fear . 



I Do Not Ask, O Lord, That Life May Be . . 
I Dwell a Captive in this Heart .... 

I'll Sing a Hymn to Mary 

I Love, I Love Thee, Lord Most High . 

I Met the GoodShepherd But Now on the Plain 

If Great Wonders Thou Desirest .... 



193 

174 

125 
188 

165 
160 
143 
173 

90 

226 

70 

62 

119 
122 
124 

224 

100 

87 

lOI 

92 
88 

228 



169 

171 

66 

89 
210 
211 
136 
152 

63 
200 
175 

65 

59 
19 

180 
85 
105 
202 
194 



tW. Ratcliffe. 

fi., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii., Tra- 
! ditional Melody; iii., fGerman 
I (1669) harm, by J. C. Bowen; iv., 
(. fRev. H. G. Ganss. 

|A. Edmonds Tozer. 

JF. Armstrong. 

|F. Lambert. 

f A. Edmonds Tozer. 

fW. H. Harris. 

JA. Edmonds Tozer. 



i., JE. Norton; ii., German. 
English Melody. 
J A. Edmonds Tozer. 
tC. Mayland. 

JRev. R. B. Sankey. 

From the "Trier Gesangbuch." 

tH. Whitehead. 

/ i., IJ. Francis; ii., Rt. Rev. Mgr. 

I Crookall. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer 
i., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii.,V.Novello. 
Traditional Melody. 
J. Richardson 
tG. L. Eaton. 

rfCologne Hymn Book (1768) 

\ Harm, by Fr. 0. Raymond- 

( Barker, S.J. 
tH. Whitehead. 

J. Richardson. 

ri., tDr. C. Harford Lloyd; ii., JJ. 
\ Francis. 
tH. G. Alexander. 
tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 
{A. Edmonds Tozer. 
tRev. A. Young, C.S.P. 
S. Webbe, Jun. 
tE. A. Hedgcock. 
W. Schulthes. 
German. 
tR. A. Turton. 
tE. T. Cook. 

i., S. Webbe; ii., tE. M. Lott, 



|A. Edmonds Tozer. 



t A. Edmonds Tozer. 
tC. Schmidt. 
Traditional Melodv. 
tDr. C. W. Pearce. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
ri., t M. F. McConnell; ii. 
1 F.dmnnHs ToTier. 



JA. 



First Line of Hymn. 



Immaculate Mary .... 
It is No Earthly Summer's Ray 
I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of God 

Jerusalem, the Golden 



Jerusalem, Thou City Blest . 
Jesu, Creator of the World . 
Jesu, the Soul Hath in Thy Love 

Jesu, the Very Thought is Sweet 

Jesus, All Hail, Who for My Sin 
Jesus! As Though Thyself Wert Here 
Jesus, Ever Loving Saviour 



Jesus, Gentlest Saviour 

Jesus is God, the Solid Earth . . . . 
Jesus, My God, Behold at Length the Time 
Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All 
Jesus, Redeemer of the World . . . . 
Jesus, Teach us How to Pray . . . . 



Jesus, the Only Thought of Thee . . . 

Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling 
Gloom 

Let Our Choir New Anthems Raise 
Lights Abode, Celestial Salem . 

Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky 

Light of the Soul, O Saviour Blest 
Like the Dawning of the Morning 
Like the Voiceless Starlight Falling 
Look Down, O Mother Mary 
Lord, by Thy Prayer in Agony 
Lord of Immensity Sublime 
Lord Thrice Holy, Lord of Might 
Love, Thou Dost all Excel 
Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep 

Maker, By Whose Unuttered Word 
Michael, Prince of Highest Heaven 
Mother Mary, at Thine Altar 

Mother of Mercy, Day by Day 

Mother of Our Lord and Saviour 
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art 

My God, I Love Thee, Not Because 

My God, My Father, While I Stray 
My Lord, My God, What Wiliest Thou 

Now Are the Days of Humblest Prayer 
Now Doth the Fiery Sun Decline 



95 
126 
197 

164 

159 

84 

207 

25 

31 
36 
30 

185 

172 
225 

73 
7 

12 

23 



186 
147 
167 

54 

205 

4 

103 

98 

120 

178 

69 

83 

195 



Author, or Source of Hymn. 



Tr. from the French. 
( Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 
\ Neale. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

f Tr. from the Latin of Bernard 
\ of Cluny by Dr. J. M. Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

/ Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by 

I Dr. J. M. Neale. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
Anon. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Verv Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Rt. Rev. Bishop Chadwick. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Anon. 

/ Tr. from the Latin of S.Bernard by 

1 Rev. E. Caswall. 



Cardinal Newman, 
f Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M. 
t Neale. 

/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 
t Neale. 

f Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M- 

\ Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Tr. from S. Alphonsus. 

Fr. Placid Conway, O. P. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Lady Catherine Petre. 

J. E. Leeson. 



Rev. H. N. Oxenham. 

Anon. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

102 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 

208 Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

209 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 



199 
198 



29 
218 



C. Elliott. 
Anon. 



Anon. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 



First Line of Hymn. 



Immaculate Mary 

It is No Earthly Summer's Ray 

I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of God . . . 

Jerusalem, the Golden 

Jerusalem, Thou City Blest 

Jesu, Creator of the World 

Jesu, the Soul Hath in Thy Love 

Jesu, the Very Thought is Sweet 

Jesus, All Hail, Who for My Sin . . . 
Jesus ! As Though Thyself Wert Here . . 
Jesus, Ever Loving Saviour .... 

Jesus, Gentlest Saviour 

Jesus is God, the Solid Earth .... 
Jesus, My God, Behold at Length the Time 
Jesus, My Lord, My God. My All . . . 
Jesus, Redeemer of the World .... 
Jesus, Teach us How to Pray .... 

Jesus, the Only Thought of Thee 

Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling 
Gloom 

Let Our Choir New Anthems Raise 
Lights Abode, Celestial Salem . 

Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky 

Light of the Soul, O Saviour Blest 
Like the Dawning of the Morning 
Like the Voiceless Starlight Falling 
Look Down, O Mother Mary 
Lord, by Thy Prayer in Agony 
Lord of Immensity Sublime 
Lord Thrice Holy, Lord of Might 
Love, Thou Dost all Excel 
Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep 

Maker, By Whose Unuttered Word 
Michael, Prince of Highest Heaven 
Mother Mary, at Thine Altar 

Mother of Mercy, Day by Day . 

Mother of Our Lord and Saviot:r 
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art 

My God, I Love Thee, Not Because 

My God, My Father, While I Stray 
My Lord, My God, What Wiliest Thou 

Now are the Days of Humblest Prayer 
Now Doth the Fiery Sun Decline 



No. 



95 
126 
197 

164 

159 

84 

207 

25 

31 
36 
30 

185 
172 
225 

73 
7 

12 

23 



Composer, or Source of Tune. 



Lourdes Pilgrims' Tune. 

German. 

fA. Cottam. 

tA. E. Baker. 

tA. E. Baker. 
tE. A. Hedgcock. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 

t J. P. Attwater. 

tH. Whitehead. 

tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 

fR. R. Terry. 

fi., tS. P. Waddington; ii., P^re 

\ Lambillotte. 

tH. Whitehead. 

Traditional Melody. 

i., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii., G.Herbert. 

tW. Ratcliffe. 

tF. N. Birtchnell. 

iJA.Edmonds Tozer; ii.,tR.A.Turton. 



186 fW. S. Vale. 

147 t A. Edmonds Tozer. 

167 JA. Edmonds Tozer. 



54 

205 

4 

103 

98 
120 
178 

69 

83 
195 

217 

157 

99 

106 

102 
208 

209 

199 
198 



29 
218 



|A. Edmonds Tozer. 

tj. P. Attwater. 
tB. Luard Selby. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
J. Richardson. 
JRev. R. B. Sankey. 
tW. Ratcliffe. 
tH. McCleUand. 
tA. Barclay. 
tJ. de Chastelain. 

tE. Pieraccini. 

JA. Edmonds Tozer. 

Traditional Melody. 

fi., Traditional Melody; ii., J. 

t Richardson. 
JF. Lambert. 
fC. Erskine. 

fi., tFr. E. Hanson, S.J.; ii. 

) Edmonds Tozer. 

fi.. Traditional Melody; ii., 

t Edmonds Tozer. 
tDr. Ferris Tozer. 

tH. Whitehead. 

tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 



tA. 
tA. 



First Line ot Hymn. 



Now Let the Earth With Joy Resound 
Now With the Fast Departing Light 

O Christ, Our King, Give Ear 

O Christ, the Beauty oi the Angel Worlds . . 

O Christ, Thou Brightness of the Day 

O Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare . 

O God ot Loveliness 

O God, Thy Soldiers' Crown and Guard 

O Godhead Hid, Devoutly I Adore Thee . . 

O Gracious Lord, Creator Dear 

O Heart of Jesus, Heart of God 

O J esu Christ, Remember 

O J esu. King Most Wonderful 

OJesu. Thou the Beauty Art 

O Jesus, Jesus, Dearest Lord 

O Jesus, Our Redemption 

O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High 

O Mary, Dearest Mother 

O Mother, I Could Weep for Mirth .... 
O Mother Most AtiHicted 

O Paradise, O Paradise 

O Purest of Creatures, Sweet Mother, Sweet 

Maid . . . .' 

O Sacred Heart 

O Sinner, Lift the Eye of Faith 

O Thou, Eternal King Most High .... 

O Thou, Eternal Source of Love .... 

O Thou, Immortal Light Divine . . . . 

O Thou, of All Thy Warriors, Lord . . . 

O Thou, Pure Light of Souls that Love 

O Thou, the Father's Image Blest .... 

O Thou, the Martvr's Glorious King 

O Thou, Who Thine Own Father's Breast . . 

O Vision Bright 

O'erwhelmed in Depths of Woe . . . . 
Oft as Thee, My Infant Saviour . . . . 

Oh, Come and Mourn With Me Awhile 

Oh.Come to the Merciful Saviour, WhoCallsYou 
Oh, it is Hard to Work for God . . . . 

Oh, it is Sweet to Think 

Oh, Turn to Jesus, Mother, Turn .... 

Oh, What is this Splendor That Beams on Me 

Now 

Oh,Whatthe Joy and the Glory Must Be . 

Omnipotent, Infinite Lord 

Peaceful Eve. so Still and Holy .... 
Praise to the Holiest in the Height .... 



183 
158 
213 
132 

206 

148 

76 

34 

85 

184 

24 



201 
176 

203 

97 
113 

45 
168 



55 
215 

67 
146 

57 

191 

149 

5 

109 

38 
9 

43 
179 
192 
137 
139 

133 
170 
155 

17 
162 



Author, or Source of Hymn. 



Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

r Pilgrims Song (XI Cent.) Tr. from 
1 the Latin by Dr. J. M. Neale. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
j Tr from the Latin by Very Rev. J. 
1 D. Aylward, O.P. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
Anon. 

/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 
\ Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall 
Tr from the Latin by R. Campbell. 
Lady Georgiana FuUerton. 
Rev. E. Caswall. 

j Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by 
( Rev. E. Caswall. 
I Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by 
I Rev. E. Caswall. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
f Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. AL 
\ Neale. 

From a Private Collection. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Anon. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 



Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Rev. F. Stanfield. 
r Tr. from the Latin by 
\ Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev, 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev, 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev, 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev, 
Tr. from the Latin bv Rev, 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Verv Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 



Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

I Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 

I Neale. 
Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 



Dr. J. M. 

E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 
E. Caswall. 

E.Caswall. 
E.Caswall. 



D. C. B. 

Cardinal Newman. 



INDEX. 




xi. 


First Line of Hymn. 


No. 


Composer, or Source of Tune. 


Now Let the Earth With Joy Resound . . 


142 


to. F. Bruce. 




Now With the Fast Departing Light . 


222 


tW. Ratcliffe. 




O Christ, Our King, Give Ear 


183 


JG. Leigh. 




Christ, the Beauty of the Angel Worlds . • 


158 


JA. Edmonds Tozer. 




O Christ, Thou Brightness of the Day 


213 


tDr. C. Harford Lloyd. 




Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare .... 


132 


fH. Whitehead. 




God of Loveliness 


206 


fDr. Ferris Tozer. 




God, Thy Soldiers' Crown and Guard . . 


148 


tW. A. B. Russell. 




O Godhead Hid, Devoutly I Adore Thee . . 


76 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




O Gracious Lord, Creator Dear 


34 


tH. Whitehead. 




O Heart of Jesus, Heart of God 


85 


tL. Behr. 




Jesu Christ, Remember 


184 


fG. F. Bruce. 




Jesu, King Most Wonderful 


24 


fH. Ware. 




Jesu, Thou the Beauty Art 


22 


tj. de Chastelain. 




O Jesus, Jesus, Dearest Lord 


201 


t a; Edmonds Tozer. 




Jesus, Our Redemption 


176 


IJ. Francis. 




Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High 


203 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Mary, Dearest Mother 


97 


tDom A. P. Urquhart, O.S.B. 




Mother, I Could Weep for Mirth .... 


113 


i., JRev. R. B. Sankev; ii., W.Pitts 




Mother, Most Afflicted 


45 


tH. C. Ni-xon. 




Paradise, O Paradise 


168 


fi., tDr. F. E. Gladstone; ii., tR. 
\ Turton. 


A. 


Purest of Creatures, Sweet Mother, Sweet 








Maid 


112 


tB. LuardSelbv. 




Sacred Heart 


82 


J A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Sinner, Lift the Eye of Faith 


42 


tJ. C. Bowen. 




Thou, Eternal King Most High .... 


55 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




O Thou, Eternal Source of Love .... 


215 


tW. Hedwynd. 




O Thou, Immortal Light Divine .... 


67 


tH. McClelland. 




OThou,of All Thv Warriors, Lord . . . 


146 


tDr. Ferris Tozer. 




Thou, Pure Light of Souls that Love . . 


57 


tJ. Francis. 




O Thou, the Father's Image Blest .... 


191 


fF. G. Sanders. 




Thou, the Martyr's Glorious King 


149 


IF. Lambert. 




O Thou, Who Thine Own Father's Breast . 


5 


tJ. Brook Tozer. 




O Vision Bright 

O'erwhelmed in Depths of Woe .... 
Oft as Thee, My Infant Saviour .... 


109 


tJ.C. Bowen. 
IE. M. Lott. 




38 




9 


tA. Edmonds Tozer. 




Oh, Come and Mourn W^ith Me Awhile . 


43 


/i.,tB. Luard Selby; ii., Rt. Rev. 
1 Mgr. Crookall. 


Oh, Come to the Merciful Saviour , Who Calls You 


179 


t'A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Oh, it is Hard to Work for God 


192 


tA. Edmonds Tozer. 




Oh, it is Sweet to Think 


137 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Oh, Turn to Jesus, Mother, Turn .... 


139 


tR. R.Terry. 




Oh, What is this Splendor That Beams on Me 








Now 


133 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Oh,Whatthe Joy and the Glory Must Be . 


170 


lA. Edmonds Tozer. 




Omnipotent, Infinite Lord 


155 


tG. Leigh. 




Peaceful Eve, so Still and Holy .... 


17 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 




Praise to the Holiest in the Height .... 


162 


t A. Edmonds Tozer. 





First Line of Hymn. 



Author, or Source of Hymn. 



Queen of the Holy Rosary 

Redeemer, Blest of All Who Live 

Saint of the Sacred Heart 
See, Amid the Winter's Snow 
Seek Ye a Patron to Defend 

Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle 



Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 
Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 

Sing, Sing, Ye Angel Bands . 



Sing We the Peerless Deeds of Martyred Saints 



Sleep, Holy Babe 

Souls of Men, Why Will Ye Scatter 
Soul of My Saviour, Sanctify My Breast 

Sound the Mighty Champions Praises . 

Starry Hosts are Gleaming .... 
Stars of Glory, Shine More Brightly 

Stars of the Morning, so Gloriously Bright 

Storm and Terror, Grief and Error . 

Sweet Angel of Mercy 

Sweet Jesus, Thou a Haven Art 

Sweet Mother, Turn Those Gentle Eyes 

Sweet Sacrament Divine .... 



Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go 



The Angel Spake the Word .... 
The Clouds Hang Thick O'er Israel's Camp 



The Day is Past and Over 

The Darkness Fleets and Joyful Earth 
The Dawn was Purpling o'er the Sky 

The Eternal Gifts of Christ the King 

The First Noel the Angel Did Say . 

The Lamb's High Banquet We Await 

The Royal Banners Forward Go 

The Shadows of the Evening Hours 
The Snow Lay on the Ground 
The Sun is Sinking Fast .... 
The Word, Descending from Above 

The World is Very Evil .... 

This is the Image of Our Queen 

Those Eternal Bowers .... 

Thou Crown of All the Virgin Choir 



114 

150 

131 

8 

127 

40 

41 

77 

III 

145 

13 
177 
189 

129 

216 
II 

156 



154 
27 
94 
71 

214 

no 
115 
212 

35 
51 
141 
16 
52 

44 

221 
14 

220 
75 

166 
96 

134 

151 



E. M. Shapcote. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Rev. E. Caswall. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

iTr. from the Latin of V. Fortu- 
natus (VII Cent.) by Dr. J. M. 
Neale. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 

/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 
\ Neale. 
Rev. E. Caswall. 
Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 
Tr. from Anima Christi (XIV Cent.) 
J Tr. from the Latin by Very Rev. J. 
I D. Aylward,O.P. 
E. L. Lee. 

Very Rev. Dr. Husenbeth. 
f Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M 
\ Neale. 

/ Tr. from the Latin {cVl Cent.) by 
I Dr. J. M. Neale. 
Rev. E. Caswall. 
Rev. F. Stanfield. 
Anon. 
Rev. F. Stanfield. 

Very Rev. F. W. Faber. 



Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 
A. T. Drane. 

( Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M. 

\ Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 

t Neale. 
Traditional. 

r Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M. 

t Neale. 

f Tr. from V. Fortunatus (VII Cent.) 

\ by Dr. J. M. Neale. 

Adelaide Proctor. 

Anon. 

Rev. E. Caswall. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 

f Tr. from the Latin of Bernard 

1 of Clunv bv Dr. J. M. Neale. 
Rev. E. Caswall. 

f Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J, M. 

t Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall. 



First Line of Hymn. 



Queen of the Holy Rosary 

Redeemer, Blest of All Who Live 

Saint of the Sacred Heart 
See, Amid the Winter's Snow 
Seek Ye a Patron to Defend 

Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle 



Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glor}' 
Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 

Sing, Sing, Ye Angel Bands . 



Sing We the Peerless Deeds of Martyred Saints 

Sleep, Holv Babe 

Souls of Men, Why Will Ye Scatter 
Soul of My Saviour, Sanctify My Breast 

Sound the Mighty Champions Praises . 

Starry Hosts are Gleaming .... 
Stars of Glory, Shine More Brightly 

Stars of the Morning, so Gloriously Bright 



Storm and Terror, Grief and Error 



Sweet Angel of Mercy 

Sweet Jesus, Thou a Haven Art 
Sweet Mother, Turn Those Gentle Eyes 
Sweet Sacrament Divine .... 

Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go 



The Angel Spake the Word 

The Clouds Hang Thick O'er Israel's Camp 
The Dav is Past and Over 



The Darkness Fleets and Joyful Earth 
The Dawn was Purpling o'er the Sky 

The Eternal Gifts of Christ the King 

The First Noel the Angel Did Say . 

The Lamb's High Banquet We Await 



The Royal Banners Forward Go 

The Shadows of the Evening Hours 
The Snow Lay on the Ground 
The Sun is Sinking Fast . 
The Word, Descending from Above 

The World is Very Evil . . . 

This is the Image of Our Queen 

Those Eternal Bowers 

Thou Crown of All the Virgin Choir 



114 

150 

131 
8 

127 

40 

41 

77 
III 

145 

13 
177 
189 

129 

216 

II 

156 
6 

154 
27 
94 
71 

214 

no 
115 
212 

35 
51 
141 
16 
52 

44 
221 

14 
220 

75 
166 

96 
134 
151 



Composer, or Source of Tune. 



JVictor Hammerel. 
V. Novello. 

fRt. Rev. Mgr. Canon Hall. 

f i., Traditional Melody; ii., Old Eng- 

\ lish Melody. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 

tj. P. Attwater. 

tW. Ratcliffe. 

tA. Edmonds Tozer. 

( i., fTraditional Melody; ii., fF. N. 

(. Birtchnell. 

|A. Edmonds Tozer. 

t Jacob H. Schloeder. 
tS. P. Waddington. 
Fr. Maher, S.J. 

tH. Whitehead. 

|A. Edmonds Tozer. 
tH. Walther. 

JF. Armstrong. 

t A. Edmonds Tozer. 

tJ. T. Field. 
tG. F. Cobb. 
J. Richardson. 

JRev. F. Stanfield, arr. by A. E. T. 
f i., Traditional Melody; ii., fO. 
1 Mayland. 

JF. Armstrong. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 

tJ. P. Attwater. 

fH. Dorman. 
jF. Haworth. 

fFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 

Traditional Melody. 

tW. A. B. Russell. 



tW. A. B. Russell. 

t A. Edmonds Tozer. 

ii., J A. Edmonds Tozer. 
i., tR. R- Terry; ii., JL. Behr. 
tW. Ratcliffe. 

tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 

fF. N. Birtchnell. 

fElizabeth Raymond-Barker. 

tH. C. Nixon. 



XIV. INDEX. 


. 


First Line of Hymn. 


No. 


Author, or Source of Hymn. 


Thou God, Whom Earth and Sea and Sky 


91 


J Tr from the Latin by Dr. J. ^L 

\ Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall. 


Thou Loving Maker of Mankind .... 


33 


Thy Sacred Race, Lord, is Run . . . 


56 


/ Tr. from the Latin bv R. Campbell 
I and J. C. Earle. 


Tis the Day of Resurrection 


50 


J Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M. 

1 Neale. 

Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall 


To Christ, the Prince of Peace 


81 


To Jesus' Heart All Burning 


70 


Tr. by Fr. A. J. Christie, S.J. 


To the Name that Brings Salvation . 


26 


J Tr. from the German by Dr. J. 
1 M. Neale. 


Virgin of All Virgins Blest 


46 


Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall 


We Come to Thee, Sweet Saviour .... 


182 


Verv Rev. F. W. Faber. 


What a Sea of Tears and Sorrow .... 


47 


Tr. from the Latin by R. Campbell. 


What Beauteous Sun-Surpassing Star 


20 


Tr. by R. Campbell. 


When Day's Shadows Lengthen .... 


187 


Dr. F. G. Lee. 


When Morning Gilds the Skies .... 


163 


Rev. E. Caswall. 


When Softly Dawns the Golden Light . . 


80 


f From the "Messenger of the Sacred 
\ Heart." 


When the Loving Shepherd 


72 


Rev. E. Caswall. 


When the Patriarch Was Returning . 


78 


Tr. from the Latmby Rev.E.Caswall. 


Who Can Paint that Lovely City .... 


I3.'> 


Rev. E. Caswall. 


Whv Art Thou Sorrowful, Servant of God 


IQO 


Very Rev. F. W Faber-. 


Word of God to Earth Descending . . 


74 


Tr. from the Latin by R. Campbell. 


Ye Sons and Daughters of the Lord . . 


49 


f Tr. from the Latin (cXIII Cent.) 
\ by Rev. E. Caswall. 


Ye Souls of the Faithful 


138 


Rev. E. Caswall. 



LATIN HYMNS. 



Adeste, Fideles . 
Adoremus in Aeternum 



Ave, Maris Stella. 



Lauda, Sion, Salvatorem 
O Salutaris Hostia . 



Pange Lingua Gloriosi 

Stabat Mater Dolorosa 
Tantum Ergo 
Te Deum Laudamus 
Veni Creator Spiritus 



229 
238 

234 

231 
236 

232 

230 
237 
235 
233 



Sequence from the Cistercian 
Gradual XV-XVI Cent. 



From the Breviary. 

S. Thomas Aquinas (c 1260). 

S. Thomas Aquinas, XIII Cent. 

S. Thomas Aquinas, XIII Cent. 

Jacapone da Todi, XIV Cent. 
S. Thomas Aquinas, XIII Cent. 
Attributed to S. Augustine. 
Ascribed to Charlemagne. 



INDEX. 


XV. 


First Line of Hymn. 


No. 


Composer, or Source of Tune. 


Thou God, Whom Earth and Sea and Sky . 


91 


tH. Ware. 


Thou Loving Maker of Mankind .... 


33 


tF. G. Sanders. 


Thy Sacred Race, Lord, is Run . . . 


56 


fDr. C. Harford Lloyd. 


'Tis the Day of Resurrection 


50 


tE. T. Cook. 


To Christ, the Prince of Peace 

To Jesus' Heart All Burning 


81 
79 


tH. Whitehead. 

J i., JRev. R. B. Sankey; ii., Fr. 

I Maher, S.J. 

C. Ett. 


To the Name that Brings Salvation 


26 


Virgin of All Virgins Blest 


46 


tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J. 


We Come to Thee, Sweet Saviour .... 
What a Sea of Tears and Sorrow .... 
What Beauteous Sun-Surpassing Star 
When Day's Shadows Lengthen .... 
When Morning Gilds the Skies .... 


182 

47 

20 

187 

163 


tS. P. Waddington. 
tR. R. Terrv. 
tC. Schmidt. 
tJ. de Chastelain. 
tJ. C. Bowen. 


When Softly Dawns the Golden Light 


80 


JA. Edmonds Tozer. 


When the Loving Shepherd 

When the Patriarch Was Returning . 
Who Can Paint that Lovely Citv .... 
Why Art Thou Sorrowful, Servant of God 
Word of God to Earth Descending 


72 

78 

135 

190 

74 


{A. Edmonds Tozer. 
tJ. C. Bowen. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
JG. Steiner. 


Ye Sons and Daughters of the Lord 

Ye Souls of the Faithful 


49 
138 


/ i., Traditional French Melody; ii., 

I Palestrina. 

|A. Edmonds Tozer. 



LATIN HYMNS 



Adeste, Fideles 229 Traditional Melod} 



Adoremus in Aeternum 



Ave, Maris Stella . 



Lauda, Sion, Salvatorem 
O Salutaris Hostia . 



Pange Lingua Gloriosi 

Stabat Mater Dolorosa 
Tanturri Ergo 
Te Deum Laudamus 
Veni Creator Spiritus 



238 

234 

231 
236 

232 

230 
237 
235 
233 



., JA. Edmonds Tozer. ii., jE. J. 

Biedermann. 
fi., Traditional Melody; ii., +A. 
Edmonds Tozer; iii., German; 
iv., tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, 
S.J.; v., JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
JR. A. Turton, M. Haydn, and 

JW. Hedwynd. 
i., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii., JE. A. 
Hedgcock; iii., J A. Edmonds 
Tozer. 
fi., tPlain Chant, harm, by Fr. C. 
J Raymond-Barker, S.J. 
I ii., Plain Chant (Ratisbon) harm. 
L by Egerton B. Hardinge. 
r i.. Traditional French Melody. 
I ii., JA. Edmonds Tozer. 
f i., German; ii., Mgr. Newsham; 
I iii., J A. Edmonds Tozer. 
I JPlain Chant, harm, by A. Ed- 
\ monds Tozer. 

/ tPlain Chant, harm, by Fr. C. 
1 Raymond-Barker, S.J. 



Tunes marked (1) are the Copyright of the Composers, and are inserted by permission. 



CaLtholic Church HymnaLl. 



CLASSIFIED INDEX OF HYMNS 



Advent 

Christmas 

Epiphany 

Most Holy Name of Jesus 

Before Septuagesima 

Lent and Passion-Tide . . . .29 

Easter . 

Ascension-Tide 

Whitsun-Tide and Confirmation 

Most Holy Trinity 

Corpus Christi and the Bl. Sacrament 71-78, 184, 

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 

Most Precious Blood of Jesus 

Transfiguration ..... 

Feasts of Our Lady, and Month of Mary 

Most Holy Rosary .... 

Proper of Saints . . . 

Common of Saints .... 

All Saints 

The Holy Souls, and Month of November 
Angel Guardian, and Feasts of Holy Angels 
Dedication of a Church . . • 135, 

General Hymns ...... 

Evening Hymns ...... 

Missions and Retreats, 31,36-39,42,43,87-90,168 

[189, 194, 196 
Confraternity of the Holy Family 
Confraternity of the *' Bona Mors" 
Apostleship of Prayer . 
Stations of the Cross . 
Hymns for Benediction 



185 



91 



No. 

1-5, 196 

7-18, 229 

19-21 

22-27, 201, 208 

28 

48, 117, 178, 230 

49-54 

55-57 

• 58-64. 233 

• 65-70, 175 
223, 231, 232 

79-86 

87-90 

204 

13, 219, 234 

114-121 

122-131 

141-152 

132-135 

136-140 

153-158, 169 

160, 165-167 

161-209, 235 

210-223 

176-183, 186 

203, 209, 224-226 

227, 228 

30, 190 

79-86 

. 230 

236-238 



159, 



17I: 



All the hymns to the Most Holy Name, the IMost Sacred Heart, the Most Holy 
- - -- -• ' Sacrament are suitable for use throughout the year. 

nL_. placed under them are sung to one beat of the music; 
over it is sung to two beats, or notes as the case may be. 



Syllables which have the 
any syllable having the sign 
J. F. & B. 2725. 



HYMNS 



* 



Advent. "^ "VW . 6 VW^^ * 

Vefit) veni Emmanuel. 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



^ 



l.//?/"Draw 
2. /Thou, 
3./?/Draw 



^ f' ^'' I / J ^ f' 



gtj^ 



ni^h, draw nig^h, Em 

the true East draw 

nig"h, draw nigh, Thou 

J ^ ^ ^ 



man - u - el. And 
nigh, draw nigh. To 
Lord of Might, Who 

I 



^r r f I r 



^^k 



p^^^i^^4=tPi 



^ =^^-^ 



f=f=r 



loose Thy cap - tive Is - ra - el, ^That mourns in 

give us com - fort from on high! ^^"And drive a 

Si - na's height*^' Didst give, of 



to Thv flock on 

' A A 



lone - ly 
way the 
an - cient 



m 



i 



1 



4 



^^m 



^F^ 



r^nTm 



C^ 



ff 



r f r r f- r r r r f f r 

ex-ilehere, Un-til the Son of God ap-pear! /"Re 
shades of night, Pierc-ing theclouds,and bring-ing light! j^Re 
times,Thv law.^In cloud, and maj- es - tv and awe. jg^Re 



joioe! re 
joice! re ■ 




joice! Em - man-u - el Shall come to Thee, O 

joice! Em - man-u - el Shall come to Thee, O 

joice! Em - man-u - el Shall come to Thee, O 

i- I I 1 1 J A A J. 



ra - el. 
ra - el. 
ra - el. 



^hifii i t:u4u ^ 



i 

J.F.<feB.2725- 



Advent. 

Creator almc siderum. 




1. rrif Cre 

2. Thou 
3.^ Thou 



^m 



•hot 



a - tor 
g-riev-ing- that the 
cam'st the Bridegroom 



^ 



stars of nig-ht, Thy 
an-cient curse Should 
of the Bride, As 

J J ^ J 



^ r r r 



«r r — r — F—r- 



r\ 



^-^-J-4 



f 



r r r r '.r, .r 



r ■ r r r r 



people's ev - er 
doom to death an 
drew the world to 



last - ihgf light, joje - 
un - i - verse, C7mHast 
even-ing- - tide; Pro - 



su, Re-deem- er, 
found the medi-cine 
ceed-ing from a 




save us all, And 
full of g-race To 
Vir-g-inshrine,The 

J- i J J 



FW^ 



hear Thy servants when they call. 

save and heal a ru - inedrace. A - 

spot-less vic-tim all di - vine. , 



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4. p At Whose dread Name, majestic now, 

All knees must bend, all hearts must bow; 
ores. And thing-s celestial Thee shall own. 
And thing-s terrestrial. Lord alone. 

5.ppO Thou Whoso coming- is with dread 

To judge and doom the quick and dead, 
Preserve us, while we live below, 
From every insult of the foe. 

To Him who comes the world to free, 
To God the Son, all glory be; 

To God the Father, as is meet, 
To God the blessed Paraclete. 



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3. 



Advent. ? , 1 

En clara vox redarguit. 



H. WHITEHEAD. 




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Z. Start- led 

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aw- ful 

at the 

Lamb so 



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voice is 
sol- emn 
long- ex 



sound 
warn 
pect 



ing-, 
ed 



'Christ IS 
Let the 
Comes with 

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nig-hV it seems to 
earth-bound soul a 
par- don down from heaven; 



say; "Cast a - way the dreams of 
rise; /Christ her Sun, all sloth dis 



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and 

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morn 

be 



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for . 

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day!" 

skies, 
g-iven. 



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4.j» So when next He comes with gflory, 
Wrapping- all the earth in fear, 
May He then, as our Defender, 
On the clouds of heaven appear. 

Honor, g-lory, virtue, merit. 

To the Father and the Son, 
With the co-eternal Spirit, 
V While eternal ages run. 
.?*v/ fifnnzc nuiyb€i<n)'g in riMison. 



5. 

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Advent. 

Our Lady's Expectation. 



B.LUARD SELBY. 




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/■ Like tfie dawning- of the morning- On the mountains' grolden heigfhts, 
Thou wert hap-py, blessed Mother With the ver - y bliss of heaven, 



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3.:^Thou hast -wait-ed, child of 



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Like the break-ing- of the moonbeams On the g-loom of cioud-y 
Since the an-gel's sal-u - ta-tion In thy rap - tured earwas 

/"Thou hast seen Him,blessed Moth- er, And wilt see Him ev- er - 

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nights, 
given; 
more. 



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Like 

Since the 

Oh, His 



se - cret told by an-gels Getting known up-on the earth, 

A - ve of that midnight Whenthou wert anoint-ed Queen, 

hu - man Face and Features,Thev were passingsweet to see ; 

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Is the Mother's ex- pec 
Like a riv-er o - ver 
Thou be-hold-est them this 



ta-tion Of Mes - si - as' speed-y 
f low-ing Hath the grace within thee 
moment; ^lother, show them now to 



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birth. 

been. 

me. 




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Advent. C°m.i>v 



Verbum sujiermim prodiens. 



J. BROOK TOZER. 




5. 



f I i I 1 I TTf I 1 I r f 

1. '>r]f Thou.Who Thine own Father's Breast Forsaking-, Word su-blime! 
2.jOjoSo when be- fore thejudg-ment-seat The sinner hears his doom, 

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Didst come to aid a world distressed In Thy ap-point-ed time; 
cr^'S.And when a voice di - vine - ly sweet Shall call the righteous home; 

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I >^ a Last Stanza degms nere. . .ill 



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cr^s. Our hearts en-light-en with Thy ray, And kin -die with Thy love; That 
Safe from the black and fier- y flood That sweepsthedread a- byss, May 




dead to earthly things, we may/Live but to things a - bove. ^_ j^^g^^ 
we be-hold the Face of God In ev- er-last-ing bliss. 

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Unison ff' 



To God the Father, with the Son, 
I And Spirit evermore, 
I Be glory while the ages run, 
As in all time before. 



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Advent, 

Tu7t(lein flucUis, tandem luctus. 



i 



A. EDMONDS TOZER. 



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6. 



1. ystorm and t^r - ror, 

Z. f O true splen- dor 

3.77^>'ow Thou keep - est 

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g-rief and er - ror, 

brig-ht and ten - der, 

rest and sleep - est 



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Comes the sun to chase 

Sun of Rig-ht-eous - ness 

In that zo - diac of 



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a - way: cres. And the morn - ing- 
on hi^h, Port Thou show- est, 

de - lig"ht: cres.^oy here - af - ter 



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fast a - dorn - ing 
source Thou ow - est 
shall with laugfh-ter 



All 
To 
Hail the com- ing- 



the sky pro 
the Vir- gfin's 



claims the 
pu - ri - 
Mon- arch's 



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dav. 

ty. 

sight. 



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i. /flf ^atan, gnashing, sees it flashing 

Through that cloud so pure and white: 
Thou endurest ever purest, 
Virgin Mother of the Light. 
5. y Darkness scattered, hell-gates shattered, 
Victory to them draws nigh, 
dim. Whom profession of trangression 
Justly had condemned to die. 
<i. /Earth rejoices, heavenly voices 
f'uifif) f' ^•^"^^r praise to God above; 
"^ i >'ow renewing and bedewing 
Everv soul with fuller love. 



7. 



Christmas. ^ "Vv 



Jesu Redemptor omnium. 



W. RATCLIFFE. 



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ber. 

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deem 

Hope 




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of 
all 
a - 


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the world! 
man - kind! 
tor Lord! 


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In 
That 













































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i 



fore the ear-liest dawn of light From ev - er-last-ing 

Whom the Fa-ther's Face we see; dimHecir Thou the pra\TersThy 

in the Vir-g-in's sa-cred womb Thou wast conceived and 



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ag"-es born, Im-mense in g-lo - r_v as in migrht; 
peo-ple pour This day throug-hout the world to Thee, 
of her flesh Didst ourmor-tal- i - tv as-sume. 



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33: 



5. 
UtiisoNf' 



Unisovf 



4.//?/'This ever-blest recurring- day C^ 

Its witness bears that, all alone, 
From Thy own Father's bosom forth 

To save the world Thou earnest down. 
day! to which the seas and skies, 

And earth and heaven, glad welcome sing; 
O day! which healed our misery. 

And brought on earth salvation's King! 
We too, O Lord, who have been cleansed 

In Thy own fount of Blood divine. 
Offer the tribute of sweet song. 

On this dear natal day of Thine. 
Jesus! born of Virgin bright. 

Immortal glory be to Thee; 

aise to the Father infinite, 
d Holv Ghost eternallv. 



)rraist 
V Anc 



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&. 



Christmas. 



Hail, thou ever-blessed morn. 

TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



8. 



/\ (i {pirsi lunc.) , ,11—1,1, 



l./See, a-mid the winter's snow,Bornfor us on earth be-low 
2. Lo,with-in a manger lies He Who built the star- ry skies 
Sacred In-fant all di - vine, What a ten-der love was Thine 



Ml ^^fffiivrhfiffii^r 



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See, the ten-derLamb Sp'-pears, Promised from e - ter - nalyears! 
He Who throned in heig-ht su-blime, Sits a- mid the Cher- u-bim! 
Thus to come from high- est bliss, Down to such a world as this! 




" . r f r 

""Hail, thou ev- er 



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bless-ed morn, Hail, Redemption's hap-py dawn, 



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4.^/" Teach, oh teach us, holy Child, 

By Thy Face so meek and mild 
Teach us to resemble Thee 
In Thy sweet humility. 
Hail, thou, <fec. 

The first four lines of each stanza should be sung unaccompamed 
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5. J3 Virgin Mother, Mary blest. 

By the joys that fill thy breast, 
Pray for us that we may prove 
Worthy of the Saviour's love. 
Hail, thou, <fec. 



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' Christmas. 

Ifail, thou ever-blessed morn. 



8. 



(Second tune) 



OLD ENGLISH MELODY. 




l./See, a-mid the 
3. Lo, within a 
3. Sacred In-fant 

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winter's snow, Born for us on earth be - low; 

manger lies HeWho built the star-ry skies 

all di - vine, What a ten-der love was Thine 

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See, the ten - der Lamb ap- pears, Promised from e - ter- rial years! 
He Who throned in heig-ht su - blime, Sits a-mid the Cher-u-'bim! 
Thus to come from high- est bliss, Down to such a world as this! 

■ A A A I 



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^ ,. Unison. , p-- i i 

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Hail, thou ev- er- bless -ed morn, Hail, Redemption's 



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n' lh ihitr 



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hap - py dawn, 

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Beth-le-hem. 



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Sing through all Je 



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sa- lem 



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Christ is born in 

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Ar.mf Teach, oh teach us, holy Child, 

Bj^ Thy Face so meek and mild; 
Teach us to resemble Thee 
In Thy sweet humility. 
Hail, thou, <fec. 



5. jO Virgin Mother, Mary blest, 

By the joys that fill thy breast, 
Pray for us that we may prove 
Worthy of the Saviour's love. 
Hail, thou, «fec. 
The first four liyies of each stanza should be sung unaccompanied. 



10 



Christmas. 

Parvum quando cemo Deum. 



9. 



ife 



A. EDMONDS TGZER. 



ft as Thee, my In-fant Sav - iour, In 
ap-py Babe! and hap-py Moth - er! O 



^ 



l./Oft as Thee, 

2. Hap-py Babe' 

3. As the dawn 



my in - fant 
and hap-py 
from darkness 



Sav - iour, In thy 
Moth - er! O how 
spring-ing Breathes a 






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r- p p p 'T 

Moth - er's arms I view, 
great your bliss must be! 
charm o'er na-ture's face; 

J) 



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straight a 
Each en 
So the 



thou - sand thrilling 
fold - ed in the 
Child to Ma - rv 



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rap - 

oth - 

cling - 

irrfji m — 


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tures 
er, 
ing 


Pfen - e - 
Sip -ping 
Decks her 


trate 
pure 
with 

J. 


my heart 
fe - lie 


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a - 

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J) 


new. 
- >ty! 
grace. 


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^.n\f ks, the limpid dew descending 

Lies impearled upon the rose; 
So their mutual beauty blending 
In transporting union glows. 

5. As when early spring advances. 

Flowers unnumbered throng the mead; 
Such the countless loving glances 
That in turn from each proceed. 

6. Lovely Jesus! gentle Brother! 

How I wish a smile from Thee, 
Meant for Thy immortal Mother, 
Only might alight on me! 



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Christmas. 

Gloria in excel sis Deo. 



11 



OLD FRENCH MELODY. 



J'i|',','i'ii\'|ii,'fi,';i.',i 



10. 



1. /"Ang-els we have heard on hig-h, Sweet-ly sing-ing- o'er our plains, 

2. Shepherds,whythis ju - bi -lee? Why your ^apturi Ous strain prolong-? 

3. Come to Beth-le - hem, and see Him Whose birth the ang-els sing; 

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M 



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in rep-ly Ech- o - ing their joy- ous strains, 

tid-ings be Which in-spire your heaven-ly song? 

bend-edknee Christ the Lord, the new-born King. 

4 A A JJJJ J- 



And the mountains 
What the glad-some 
p Come, a-dore on 

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U7iison. 



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in ex- eel -sis De 

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See Him in a manger laid, 

Whom the choirs of angels praise 
Mary, Joseph, lend your aid, 

While our hearts in love we raise. 
"Gloria in excelsis Deo'.' 



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11. 



Christmas. 

Shepherds at the Manger. 



H.WALTHER. 



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I 1 I I 

1. /Stars of g-lo - ry, 

2. See a beau - teous 

3. See the shep- herds 



f=T=T 



shine more bright - ly, 

an - gel soar - ing 

quick - ly ris - ing, 





m 



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Pur- er be the moon- light's beam, 
In the bright ce - les - tial blaze, 
Hastening to the hum - ble stall, 



Glide ye hours and 
On the shep- herds, 
And the new - born 




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)w a - dor - ing, 
[n - fant priz - ing. 


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Swift 
Rest 

As 

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his 
the 

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mild, 
might 

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Bring- the hour that 

"Fear not;' cries the 

p Low - Iv now thev 

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ban - ished sad - ness, 

heaven - ly stran - ger, 

bend be - fore Him 



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Brought re-demp-tion down to earth, When the shep-herds 

"Him Who an-cient seers fore-told, Weep - ing- in a 

In His help -less in - fant state, Firm - Iv faith- ful 

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heard with glad -ness 
low - ly man - ger, 
they a - dore Him 

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Tid - ings of a 
Shep-herds, haste ye 
And His great-ness 

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Sav- iourfe birth, 
to be- hold!' 
ce - le - brate. 

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4. 



Unison ff< 



Hark the swell of heavenly voices 

Peals along the vaulted sky, 
^Angels sing, while earth rejoices — 

"Glory to our God on high; 
Glory in the highest heaven, 

Peace to humble men on earth; 
Joy to these and bliss is given 

In the great Redeemer's birth'.' 



14 



111 



Christmas. 

Children's hymn to the holy Child. 



F. N.BIRTCHNELL. 



12. 



1. i?Je - 

2. Let 

3. When 



sus, teach 
me not 
I work 



r' 
US 

be 



how to pray, 

rude or wild, 
when I play, 



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Send dis - trac - tions far a - way, 
Make me hum-ble, meek and mild. 



Be Thou with 



Suf - fer not our 
Pure as an - g-els 



through the day, Teach me what to 



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thoug-hts 
un - 

do 

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to 

de - 
and 


strav, 
filed, 
say, 

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Sweet, 
Sweet , 
Sweet, 


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ho - 
ho - 
ho - 


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Iv 

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Child. 
Child. 
Child. 

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4. Make me love Thy Mother blest, 
Safe beneath her care to rest, 
As a bird within its nest, 
Sweet, holy Child. 

o.jfpWhen the hour of death is nigh. 
Then may Mary, standing by. 
Take me in her arms to die. 
Sweet, holy Child. 
e.ySo, through all eternity 

Will I bless their charity 
Wh'^ first led my steps to Thee, 
Sweet, holv Child. 



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Christmas 



15 



13. 



^Oa, ,. 




ISleep 


holy Babe. 


JACOB H.SCHLOEDER 


l.p Sleep, 

2. Sleep, 

3. Sleep, 


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ho - 
ho - 
ho - 

ri 


Iv 

Iv 


L-«^- s> m 1 

Babe,_ Up - 
Babe,_ Thine 
Babe,_ While 

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on Thy Moth - ers 
an - g-els watch a - 
I with Ma - rv 


















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breast; The Lord of earth and sea and sky, How 

round. All bend - ingr low with fold - ed wing-s Be - 

g-aze cj'es.ln joy up- on that Face a -while, Up - 

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sweet it is to see Thee lie In 
fore the in^ car- nate King of kings In 
on the be - a - ti - fie smile Which there di - vine - ly 

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such a place of resti 

reve-rent awe pro - found. 



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4.jt? Sleep, holy Babe, 

snatch Thy brief repose: 

Too quickly will Thy slumber break, 
f/im. And Thou to lengthened pains awake, 

pp Which death alone shall close. 
6. Then must that Brow 

Its thorny crown receive; 

That Cheek more lovely than the rose, 
Be drenched with Blood, and marred 
with blows, 
That I thereby may live. 
8. O Jesu Lord, 

By ThV sweet Childhood's years. 

Blot out from their terrific page 
My sins of youth and later age 
In these mv contrite tears. 



.^.j»Then must those Hands 
Which now so small I see. 

Those Feet so lovely and divine, 
That Flesh so delicately fine. 

Be pierced and rent for me. 

7.0 Lady blest. 
To Thee I suppliant cry; 

Forgive the wrong that I have done 
In causing by my sins thy Son 
Upon the Cross to die. 

9/So ma3' I sing 

Immortal praise to Thee, 
5,. Who, once a Babe of human birth, 
^'Now reignest Lord of heaven and 
'^ earth 

^ Through all eternity. 



u. 



14. 



Christmas. 

Children's Christmas carol. 



$ 



(First tune.) 



± 



i. mf The 

2. 'Twas 

3. She 



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snow 
Ma - 
laid 



^ 



lay 

IT. 
Him 

A 



on 

daugh - 
in 



the 
ter 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 




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stars shone 

ho - ly 
Beth - le 

A. 



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bright,— When Christ our Lord was 

Anne, That brought in - to this 

hem: The ass and ox - en 



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born On Christ- mas 

world_ The God made 
shared The roof with 



nig-ht.. 
Man._ 
them.- 




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4. Saint Joseph too was by 
To tend the Child; 
To gfuard Him, and protect 
His Mother mild. 

S. nif And then that manger poor 
ores. Became a throne; 

For He Whom Mary bore 
/ Was God the Son. 



5. The angels hovered round. 
And sang this song: 

c?tm."Venite adoremus 
Dominum'.' 



7. /O come then, let us join 



Unisonjf 



The heavenly host. 
To praise the Father, Son, 
And Holy Ghost. 



Christmas. 

Children's Christmas carol 



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17 



(Second tune.) 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 




stars shone 

ho - ly 
Beth - le 




When Christ our Lord was 
That broug-ht in - to this 
The ass and ox - en 



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born On Christ - mas 

world The God made 

shared The roof with 



nig-ht. 
Man._ 
them. 




4. Saint Joseph too was by 
To tend the Child; 
To guard Him, and protect 
His Mother mild. 
e.^^And then that manger poor 
ores. Became a throne; 
For He Who Mary bore 
/ Was God the Son. 



5. The angels hovered round, 

And sang this song: 
<//m."Venite adoremus 

DominumV 
"^■ff^ come then, let us join 

The heavenly host, 
To praise the Father, Son, 

And Holy Ghost. 



The above arrangements may be used singly or alternately. 

The first is written for the usual four-part choir, the second for children's voices 

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18 



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^^ Christmas. 

An old Christmas carol. 



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there That Jo-seph and Ma - ry, whose sub - stance was 

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moe, For Cae-sar com-mand-ed the same should be so. 

small, Could procure in the inn no lodg-ing at all. 

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4. wj/Then they were constrained in a stable to lie, 
Where oxen and asses they used there to tie; 
Their lodg-ing- so simple they held it no scorn, 
cres. But against the next morning- our Saviour was born. 
/"Rejoice and be, «fec. 
b.irifThe King- of g-lory to this world being brought, 

Small store of fine linen to wrap Him was sought; 
When Mary had swaddled her young Son so sweet, 
dim. Within an ox manger she laid Him to sleep. 
/"Rejoice and be, &c. 

6. n{f Then God sent an angel from heaven so high 

To certain poor shepherds in fields where they lie. 
And charged them no longer in sorrow to stay, 
cres. Because that our Saviour was born on thiS' day. 
/Rejoice and be, &c. 

7. w/'Then presently after tFe shepherds did spy 

A number of angels appear in the sky; 
cres.Who Joyfully talked and sweetly did sing, 
/" "To God be all glory, our heavenly King." 
^Rejoice and be, &c. 



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A traditional Christmas carol. 

TRADITIONAL MELODY. 




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saw a star, Shin-ing" in 

that same star. Three wise 

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O'er Bethleliem it t'oo^k its rest. 
And there it did both stop and stay 
Right over the place where Jesus lay. 
Noel.ifec. 

5. jt? They entered in, these wise men three. 

Full reverently upon their knee. 
And offered there, in His presence, 

Both g'oTd, and myrrh, and frankincense. 
Noel, &c. 

6. /"Then let us all with one accord 

Sing praises to our h'eavenly Lord 
Who hath matie heaven and earth of nought, 
And with His Blood manlcmd hath bought. 
Noel, <fec. 



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Christmas. 



Peaceful eve, so still and holy. 
(For a choir only.) 



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That play with Mary's hair, 
The weight of all the mighty world 

This very moment bear. 
Art Thou, weak Babe, my very God? 
cres. O 1 must love Thee then. 

Love Thee, and yearn to spread Thy love 
Among forgetful men. 



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sin was known,Might cleanse His peo-ple from their own. 

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4. And Oh, what miracle divine, 

When water reddened into wine! 
He spake the Word, an<1 forth it flowed 
In streams that nature ne'er bestowed. 

5. /AH glory, Jesus, be to Thee 

For this Thy glad Epiphany: 
Whom with the Father we adore 
And Holy Ghost for evermore. 



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Incense doth the God disclose; 
Gold a royal Child proclaimeth; 
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5. //j/Holy Jesus! in Thy brig-htness 
cres. To the g-entile world displayed! 
/With the Father and the Spirit, 
Praise to Thee be ever paid. 



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Who eat Thee hunger stiU; 
Who drink of Thee still feel a void 
Which naught but Thou canst fill. 

5.J9 loving* Jesu, hear the sighs 
Which unto Thee I send; 
To Thee mine inmost spirit cries, 
My being's hope and end. 

6. Stay with us, Lord, and with Thy light 
Illume the soul's abyss; 
Dispel the darkness of our night, 
ores. And fill the world with bliss. 



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Jesu, didcis memoria. 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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With springs of life and light; 
More than I ask in Thee I find, 
' And languish with delight. 

S.TTj/'No art or eloquence of man 
Can tell the joys of love; 
cres.Only the saints can understand 
What they in Jesus prove. 

6. yjesu, our only joy be Thou, 

As Thou our prize wilt be; 
Jesu, be Thou our glory now 
And through eternity. 
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Most Holy Name' of Jesus, 

Jesu, dulcis memoria . 

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With springs of life and light; 
More than I ask in Thee I find, 
I And languish with delight. 

h.mf No art or eloquence of man 

Can tell the joys of love; 
cres. Only the saints can understand 
What they in Jesus prove. 

6- yjesu, our only joy be Thou, 

As Thou our prize wilt be; 
Jesu, be Thou our glory now 
And through eternity. 
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Jesu, Bex admirabilis. 



H.WARE. 



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Je - su, King most won - der - ful, Thou 

may our tongues for ev - er bless, Thee 

Je - su, Light of all be - low. Thou 

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p And ever Thee adore; 
cres.And seeking Thee, itself inflame 
To seek Thee more and more. 

5. y King of glory, King of might. 

From Whom all graces come, 
O Beauty, Honor infinite 
Of our celestial home. 



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Jesu, spotless virgin flower. 

Our life and joy; to Thee 
Be praise, beatitude, and power 

Through all eternity. 



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sung- more sweet than this: No name is 

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heard more full of bliss: 
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No letters write its blessedness: 

Alone who hath Thee in his heart 
Knows.love of Jesus! what Thou art. 

O Jesu! King of wondrous might! 

O Victor, glorious from the fight! 
Sweetness that may not be expressed, 

And altogether loveliest! 

All honor, laud, and glory be, 
Jesu, Virgin-born, to Thee! 

All glory, as is ever meet, 
To Father and to Paraclete. 



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Most Holy Name of Jesus, 



Glortosi Salvatoris 




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fore-know-ledge lay, 
de - lee - ta - ble, 
of mis - e - ry, 


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But with ho - ly ex- ul - ta-tion 

'Tis our safe-g-uard and our treasure, 

'Tis the Name for ven - e - ra-tion 






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We may smg- a - loud to-day. 
'Tis our help 'gainst sin and hell. 
By the cit - i - zens on high. 

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'Tis the Name that whoso preaches 

Finds it music to the ear; 
Who in prayer this Name beseeches 

Sweetest comfort findeth near; 
Who its perfect wisdom reacheth 
Heavenly joy possesseth here. 
'Tis the Name by right exalted 

Over every other name; 
That when we are sore assaulted 

Puts our enemies to shame; 
Strength to them who else had halted, 
Eyes to blind, and feet to lame. 
6. jojesu, we Thy Name adoring 
ci'es. Long to see Thee as Thou art: 
pOf Thy clemency imploring 
So to write it in our heart 
cres. That hereafter upward soaring 
T F.ifeB 2725 ^^ ^^^^ Angels may have part. 



Unison f 



Most Holy Name of Jesus. 

Haven of rest. 



35 

G.F. COBB. 



27. 




1. ?/^Svi^eet 

2. / Thy 

3. mf The 



Je - sus, Thou 
Name falls sweet 
brok - en heart 



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with 



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in 8" 



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ear, 
balm 



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'Tis 
Thy 




life's tem-pes - tuous 
mu - sic from a 
change-less love doth 



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bove; 

fill: 



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It stays the mourner's 
Thou sav - est"Peace','the 




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in Thy Heart, Who 

an-xious fear, And 

winds are calm, And 

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tell - 

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in 
eth 
ery 


love to 
naught but 
wave is 

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love. 

still. 


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4. /Oh, hope and joy of life's lone way 

May Thy sweet peace arise 
Which turns the night to blissful day, 
And earth to paradise. 

5. j» Sweet Jesu, when death's night shall fall. 

By Thine own love so blest, 
May longing exiles hear Thee call 
The wearv to their rest. 



36 



Q\ 



Before Septuagesima. 



Alleluia, dulce carmen. 



A.EDMONDS, TOZER. 



28. 




\.Uyiisoufk\ 
2. Al 



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3. mfAl - le-lu - ia 

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joy - ful moth - er Of the blest, Je 

we de-serye not Here to chant for 

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ru - sa - lem! Al - le - lu 

ev - er-more: dim.Al - le-lu 

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is the an - them 

our trans-gres - sions 



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Of the choirs in heaven-ly day, Which the An - gels 

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»Make us for a while give o'er: For the ho - lyi 

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time is com - ing 

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in the house of 

^Ex - iles on the 

That would have us 

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God for aye. 

earth con-demn. 

sin de - plore. 



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//j^ Where fore supplicate we, lauding 
Thee, O Blessed Trinity, 
lcr(?s.We at last may keep our Easter 
In Thy home beyond the sky, 
/"There to Thee our Alleluia 
Singing everlastingly. 



Unison: 



J.F.ffeB. 272.- 



Lent. 

Pater, audi nos. 



29. 



f^ , Uniso?!. 

1. p Now afe theda> 



37 

H. WHITEHEAD. 



r 

jD Now afe the days of 

2. j» Now is the sea- son, 

3. ^/j/ The feast of pe-nance. 



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humblestprayer,When consciences to 
wise-ly long-, Of sadderthoughtand 
. Oh, so brig-ht,With true con - ver-sion's 



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storm - V nigfht. 



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g-rav-er song-,cres.When ail - 

heaven - ly light, cr<?.9.Like sun • 

A A A A. 



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cy most de - 
irig- souls grow 
rise af - ter 

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chas-tise 

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tude of Thv com- passions, 

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4. joOh, happy time of blessed tears, 

Of surer hopes, of chastening fears, 
Undoing all our evil years. 
Oh, hearken <fec. 

5. We, who have loved the world, must learn 

Upon that world our backs to turn, 
c?'<?s.And with the love of God to burn. 
Oh, hearken «fec. 






30. 



Lent. 

Hyimi for a happy death. 



R.R.TERRY. 




P] 



lov-ing- Sav-iour, Th 
approaching" 
el an-g-uish 



3. Je - sus.when in cru-'el an-gniish Dy-ing or 

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to love. Thee, 
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Thy Fa - ther, 

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fl'/w Dy - ing- I will 
All my vir - tues 
Thou didst hang- in 

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die for Thee: 
dis - ap - pear: 
ag: - 0, - n^: 



joj»Je - sus, Je 

Je - sus, Je 

Te - sus, Je 



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sus, 
sus, 



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By Thy life and death of sor-row. Help me in my ag-- o - 



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By Thy life ahd death of sor-row. Help me in my ag-- o - ny. 

Turn not Thou in an-gerfrom me; Ma-ry, Jo-seph, then be near. 

By those three longhours of sor-row Thoudidst purchase hope for me. 



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O, by all that Thou didst suffer. 

Grant me mercy in that day; 

Help me, Mary, my sweet Mother; 

Holy Joseph, near me stay: 

Jesus, Jesus, 

Let me die my lips repeating 

'Jesus, mercy; Mary, pray." 

hym?i is suitable for use at meeti??gs of the Cotifratsrnity of the "Bo7iaMors' 
B. ZTih- 



^v 



Lent. 

Jesn^ Ave. 



39 

H. WHITEHEAD. 



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31. 



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1- ^^Jf^ - sus, all hail, Who 

2, yje - sus, from out Thine 

3. Je - sus, Who at this 

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for my sin 

o - pened Side 

ver - y hour 



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Thou 

At 

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die, and by that 

hast the thirs-ty 

God's rigfht hand in 

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ter-nal life for 

end -less streams of 

na-ture still dost 



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death didst win E - 
world supplied With 
pomp and power Our 



me. 
love. 
wear: 



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Send me Thy g-race, g-ood 

Come ye who would your 

pocodim.O let Thy Wounds still 



Lord, that I 

sick - ness quell, 
in - ter - cede, 



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And 



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to the world and flesh may die. And hide my life with 
free - ly from that sa-cred well. Its heaven-ly vir-tues 
by their sim-ple si, -lence plead Thy count-less mer- its 

J V lU A A A ^ A J. 



Thee, 
prove . 
there. 



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4. TTj/" Jesus, Who Shalt in glory come 
With ang-els to the final doom. 
Men's works and wills to weig"h, 
p Since from that pomp I cannot flee, 
(fim.Be pitiful, great Lord, to me 
pp In that tremendous day. 



Lent. 

Soletnne nos jejunii 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



32. 




l.joA 
Z. But 
3. The 



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gain the tiime ap 
vain all out - ward 
fore - head pros-trate 



point - ed see, That 

form of iSfrief, And 

in the dust, The 

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calls to fast and 

vain the word of 

hair and g-ar-ments 

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sigh; 

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Un - less the heart de 
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bend the knee, And 
sire re - lief, And 
ven-geance just, Un 



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pe 

less 



for mer - cy cr}-. 

ni - tence be there, 

the con- science mourn. 




4. Then let us to the Lord draw near 

With tears that contrite flow; 
By reverence and godly fear 

We may escape the woe. 
5.j>pO holy Judge, O Christ, relent, 

Thine Arm uplifted stay; 
And grant a season to repent, 

A time in which to pray. 
6. y Great Three in One, Thy Name we bless, 

Thy praises ever sing; 
cfim.Oh, grant that fruits of righteousness 

From lenten tears may spring. 



B. 2735- 






Lent. 

Audi, henigne Conditor. 



41 



R G. SANDERS. 



33. 



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1. p Thou lov - in^ Mak - er of 

2. Great Judge of hearts, Thou dost 
3.jt5?Much have we sinned; but we 

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man-kind, Be 

dis - cern Our 

con-fess Our 

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fore Thy throne we 

ills and all our 

g-uilt, and all our 

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pray and weep; Oh, streng-then us with 
weak-ness know; A - g-ain to Thee with 
faults de-plore; ^'0\\, for the praise of 



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di - vine, Du 
we turn, A 
g-reat Name, Our 

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g-ain to us Thy 
faint - ing- souls to 



time 
mer - 
health 



to keep, 
cy show, 
re - store. 



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4.jt?And g-rant us, while by fasts we strive 
This mortal body to control. 
To fast from all the food of sin, 
And so to purify the soul. 

5. Hear us, O Trinity thrice blest; 
Sole Unity, to Thee we cry; 
Vouchsafe us from these fasts below 
To reap immortal fruit on high. 



42 



Lent. 

Audi, benigne Conditor. 



H. WHITEHEAD. 




34. 



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3. Thou, 
3. Black 

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se - cret 

g-uilt and 



a - tor dear. In 
thoughts canst trace, And 
g-reat our shame; But, 

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mer - cy lend a 

know'st the frail - ty 

for the g-lo - ry 



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pity- ing- ear Un - to the mourn-ful 

of our race_ Like wandering- sheep we- 

of Thy Name, For - give the wick - ed 

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prayer we pour In this our sol-emn Lent - en hour, 

went a - strav_ Oh, take us back, we meek - ly pray. 



pour In 
stray_ Oh 
we own, And 



this our sol-emn 
take us back, we 
heal the wounds for 



Lent - en hour, 
meek - ly pray, 
which we groan. 



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4. Grant us by holy abstinence 

To mortify each carnal sense; 
^^ That so our souls, from sin set free. 
May rise all-holy unto Thee. 

5. Blest Three in One, with grief sincere 

Before Thy footstool we appear; 
Oh, bless our fast, that it may prove 
The source of pardon, peace and love. 



J. F. & B. 3736- 



C'. >vi 



Lent. 

O Sol salutis intimis. 



43 

H.DORMAN. 



35. 



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1. /"The dark- ness fleets, and 

2. //?/"Thou, who dost g-ive ,the ac, 

3. That foun- tain whence our 



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cept - ed time, Give 
sins have flowed Shall 



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comes the new-born 

tears to pu - ri 

soon in tears dis 



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Je - sus, true Son of 

Give flames of love to 

If but Thy pen - i 

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4. (?r<?s. The day is near when all re-blooms, 

Thy own blest day, O Lord; 
/"We too would joy, by Thy rig-ht Hand 
To life's true path restored. 

5. /All glorious Trinity! to Thee 

,, . ^\ Let earth's vast fabric bend; 
Unison ff{ ■ . 

■'*' i And evermore from souls renewed 

' The saints' new song ascend. 



44 



'S 



"Y\^ Lent. 

Jesu dulcis, amor mens. 

C.RAYMOND -BARKER, S.J. 



qi^„. U.KAYMUJNJJ-BAKKEK, is 



36. 



1. j»Je - sus! 

2. Hail, aw - ful 
S.w^And hail to 



as thoug-h Thy 
Brow! hail 
thee, my 



self wert here, I 
thorn - y wreath! Hail, 
Sav-iour!s Side; And 



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draw in trembling- 



sor-row near: And, hang--ing- o'er Thy 



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hail to thee, thou Wound so wide: Thou Wound more rud - dv 



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Form di - vine, Kneel down to 

brig-ht- ly blazed, That an - g^els 

than the rose, True an - ti 



kiss these Wounds of Thine, 
tremb-led as they g-azed. 

dote of all our woes. 



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4. jc>/?Oh, by those sacred Hands and Feet 
For me so mangled! I entreat. 
My Jesus, turn me not away, 
But let me here for ever stav. 



J.F.ifeB. 2725 



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Lent. 

The Cross. 



45 



ELIZABETH RAYMOND -BARKER. 



37. 



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Tremblest thou at Christ's de - ni - al? Nev - er rest with - 
Thoughts and works of sin dis-tress thee?cr<?s.It shall chase all 




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Clasp thine arms a - 

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shrouded 
bout it, 
er - ror. 


On the 
That dear 
That sweet 


Cross. 
Cross. 
Cross. 

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4. j»^ Draw'st thou nigh to Jordan's river? 

Should'st thou tremble? need'st thou quiver? 
cres.lfol if by it lying, _ 

No! if on it dying, — 

On the Cross! 

B.ptuySay then, Master, while I cherish 

That sweet hope, I cannot perish! 
cres.After this life's story 

Give Thou me the glory, 
For the Cross! 



46 



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Passion -Tide. 

Scevo dolorum turbine. 



38. 



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E.M.LOTT. 



erwhelmed in depths of woe, Up - on the trei 



l.joOer whelmed in depths of 

2. Hark, with what aw-ful 

3. The sun withdraws his 



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woe. Up - on the tree of scorn 

cry His Spir- it takes Itsflight; 

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torn, 
night, 
wail. 



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of mankind, With racking- 



g-uish 
That cry, it smote His Moth-er's heart, And wrapther soul in 
niverse,TheirMak-ersdeath be 



rhe moo,n,the stars, the u - ni' 



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how the nails those 
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burst;seas,riv-ers_ mountains quake;The veil is rent in 

and poor;cpme,all man-kind, And bathethoseFbet in 

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k Come, fall before His Cross, 
Who shed for us His Blood; 
Who died the Victim of pure love 
To make us sons of God. 
^Jesu, all praise to Thee, 

Our joy and endless rest: 
Be Thou our guide while pilgrims here, 
Our crown amid the blest. 



in 



Passion -Tide. 

Litany of our Lord's Passio7i. 



47 
J. RICHARDSON. 



39 






, , , ttt 

1. joBx the Bio od that flowed from Thee InThybit-ter ag-- o-n\ 

2. By the thornsthatcrownedThyHeadjBvThysceptre of a reed; 

3. By the nails and point- ed spearjByThy people's cru-el jeer; 

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By the scourge so meek- ly borne; By Thy pur-ple robe ofscorn,_ 
ByThy Foot- step faint and slow,Weig-hed beneath Thy cross of woe, _ 
ByThy dy - ing- prayer which rose Beg-g-ing- mer - cv for Thyfoes,_ 

J j J 1 .J n^ .J Jii J .J ■ 




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Te- su, Saviour, hear our cry; Thou wert suffering- once as" 

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we; 

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4. By the darkness thick as nig-ht, 

Blotting- out the sun from sig-ht; 
By the cry with which in death 

Thou didst yield Thy parting- Breath,— 
Jesu, Saviour, <fec. 

5. By Thy weeping- Mother's woe; 

"By the sword that pierced her throug-h. 
When, in anguish standing by. 

On the Cross she saw Thee die. 
Jesu, Saviour, <fec. 



48 



40. 



Passion -Tide. 

Pange lingua gloriosi Lauream. 



J.RATTWATER, 




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1. ySing, my tongue, the glo - rious bat - tie, with com- 

a.wj^Thir- ty years a-mong us dwell- ing, His ap - 

3. jK» He en - dured the shame and spit - ting, Vin - e - 

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Pas - sion, 
open - ed, 



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Tell the 
For that 
Wa - ter 



tri - umph of 

this He free 

thence and Blood 

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9?> 



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Unis3?i (ad Ub). 



49 




4.w^Faithfiil Cross! above all others 
One and only noble Tree! 
JVone in foliag-e, none in blossom, 

None in fruit compares with thee: 
Sweetest wood, and sweetest iron. 
Sweetest weight sustaining free . 

5. Thou alone wast counted worthy 

This worlds ransom to uphold; 
For a shipwrecked world preparing 

Harbor, like the Ark of old; 
With the sacred Blood anointed 

From the wounded Lamb that rolled, 

6. / Laud and honor to the Father, 
V Laud and honor to the Son, 

Unison fX^^^^ and honor to the Spirit, 
\ Ever Three and ever One: 
f Consubstantial, co-eternal, 
\ While unending ages run. 



50 



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9::v 



.^' 



Passion -Tide. 

Pniige lingva g-loriosi Lauream. 



W. RATCLIFFE. 



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^^m 



41. 



^^^r~f 



1. ySing-, my tong"ue, the 
S.^Eat - ing- of the 

3. Such the or - der 



Sav - iour's glo - ry; 
tree for - bid - den, 
God ap - point - ed 



"mn ^ 



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r=^ 



N 



:'' f'r'r'r' '/^ ^ " i' Nr' / 



Tell His tri - umph far and wide; dim.TeW a - loud the 
Man had sunk in Sa - tan's snare, When his pit - y 

When for sin He would a - tone; To the ser-pent 



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m 



fe^ 



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f 



fa-mous sto - r^ Of His Bod - y cru - ci - fied; 

ing- Cre - a - tor Did this se - cond Tree pre -pare; 

thus op - pos- ing- Schemesyet deep - er 



than his own; 

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f — r r r 

How up - on 

Des - tined, man 

Thence the rem 



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Cross 
ag- 
dv 



a 

OS 

pro 



Vic - tim, 
lat - er, 
cur - in^, 



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cres.Van-quish-ing- in 

That first e - vil 

Whence the fa - tal 

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death, He died. 

to re - pair. 

wound had come. 



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Unison f< 



So when now at length the fullness 
Of the sacred time drew nigh, 

Then the Son Who moulded all things 
Left His Fathers throne on high; 

From a Virgins womb appearing, 
Clothed in our mortality. 

All within a lowly manger, 

Lo, a tender Babe He lies! 
See His gentle Virgin Mother 

Lull to sleep His infant cries! 
While the Limbs of God Incarnate 

Round with swathing-bands she ties. 

Honor, blessing everlasting 

To ,the im mortal Deity! 
'To the Father, Son, and Spirit, 

Praise be paid co-equally! 
Glory through the earth to heaven 

To Trinity in Unity! 



52 D 



42 



1. nxf O 
Z.pp Look 
3. 'Tis 



Passion -Tide 

Ecce Homo. 



J. C. BOWEN. 



^ 



f f f f 

sin - ner, lift the 
on His Head, that 
not a - lone those 



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eye of faith, To 
bleed -ing- Head, With 
Limbs are racked, But 

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— 1 


— 1 


1 ' 


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^ " r f f 

true re -pen - 
crown of thorns 
friends too are 


tance 
sur - 
for - 


4- 

turn - 

round - 

sak - 


ing; dt 

ed; 

ingr; 


4= 

w.Be - 
Look 
And, 


think thee 

on His 

more than 

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of the 
sa-cred 
all, for 

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curse of sin, Its aw - ful guilt dis 

Hands and Feet Which pierc-ing- nails have 
thank- less man That ten - der Heart is 



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wound - ed; 
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See 
Oh, 



fifd 



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on the Cru-ci - fied One look, And 
ev-ery Limb with scourg--es rent: On 
fear-ful was the pain and scorn Bv 



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thou shalt read 

Him, the Just, 

Te. - sus, So, 

U J 



Soil 



the 



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in a book, What 
In - no -cent. What 
Ma - ry, borne, Their 



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well is worth 

ma- lice hath 

pea,ce for sin - 

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learn - ing. 
bound - ed! 
mak - ing-. 



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4. None ever knew such pain before, 

Such infinite affliction, 
None ever felt a grief like His 

In that dread crucifixion: 
For us He bore those bitter throes. 

For us those aa:onizing woes. 
In oft-renewed infliction. 

5. sinner, mark, and ponder well 

Sins awful condemnation; 
Think what a sacrifice it cost 

To purchase thy salvation; 
Had Jesus never bled and died, 

Then what could thee and all betide 
But uttermost damnation? 

6. Lord, give us grace to flee from sin, 

And Satans wiles ensnaring, 
And from those everlasting flames 

For evil ones preparing. 
pin f Jesus ^ we thank Thee, and entreat 

To rest for ever at Thy Feet, 
Thy heavenly glory sharing. 



54 



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43. 



^ 



Passion-Tide. 

Amor nieuH crucifixufi est. 
(First tiuie.) \ 



r 

l.joOh, come aiid 

3. Have we no 

3. What was Thy 



3S 



B.LUARD SELBY. 



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mourn with 

tears to 

crime, my 



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Mi- i rh:jj i r i 



mt a - while; See, 
shed for Him, While 
dear - est Lord? By 



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- ry calls us 
sol-diers scoff and 
earth, bv heaven.Thou 



crrnr^iF 



r 

let 



. r r 

side; Oh, come and let us 

ride?j^Ah, look how pa - tient- 

tried, jy'And g^uilt - y found of 



to her 
Jews de 
hast been 



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pp poco rail. ^ 



rf 



rwrf 



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mourn with her: \ 
ly He hang-s:lj(^Je- sus, our 
too much love: J 



Love, 



ci - fied. 



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ppipoco raU\ 

^.mfO\i break, oh break, hard heart of mine! 
Thy weak self-love and guilty pride 
His Pilate, and His Judas were: 
pp Jesus, our Love, is crucified. 
5. Come take thy stand beneath the Cross, 
And let the Blood from out that Side 
Fall gently on thee drop by drop : 
Jesus, our Love, is crucified. 

fj. O love of God, O sin of man. 

In this dread act your strength is tried; 
C'r<9S.And victory remains with love, 
2)p For He, our Love, is crucified. 



j.F.ife B. ITlh- 



Passion -Tide. ^-^^^^ ^^ 

Atnor mens crucifixus ent. 
(Secon,! tu,ie.) - Rt.Rev, M?r. CROOKALL. 



43 




1. j» Oh, come and mourn with nie a-while;See Ma-ry calls us 

2. Have we no tears to shed for Him.While soldiers scoff and 

3. What was Thy crime, my dear- est Lord?Byearth,byheaven,Thou 

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to her 
Jews de 
hast been 



side; Oh, 
ride? jo^Ah, 
tried, (^'And 



come 
look 
guilt 



and 
how 

y 



let 
pa - 
found 



us mourn with her 

tient - ly He hangs: 

of too much love: 




4.?^ Oh break, oh break, hard heart of mine! 
Thy weak self-love and guilty pride 
His Pilate, and His Judas were: 
pp Jesus, our Love, is crucified. 

5. Come take thy stand beneath the Cross, 

And let the Blood from out that Side 
Fall gently on thee drop by drop : 
Jesus, our Love, is crucified. 

6. love of God, sin of man. 

In this dread act your strength is tried; 
cres. And victory remains with love, 
2yp For He, our Love, is crucified. 

The first three words of the last tine in each stanza are repeated (hi the last 
stnvT-n the first four v)drds.) 



56 



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Passion -Tide . 

Vexilla regis prodeuiit. 



44. 



1./ The 

2. joWhere 
3./ Ful 



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W. A. B.RUSSELL. 



Roy - k\ 
deep for 
filled is 



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Ban - ners 
us the 
all that 

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W 



for - ward 

spear was 

Da - vid 



go: The 
dyed, Life's 
told In 



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h ijijf i ^^P i ^ W^ 



Cross snines forthwith 
tor - rent rush-ing 
true pro - phet-ic 



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mys - tic glow: 
from His Side: 
of old: 

J. 



song 



i 



Where he 
To wash 
A - midst 



in Flesh, our 
us in the 
the na-tions 



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in > ! !^ i ni ^ nl ^ 



flesh Who made, Our sen -tence bore, o'ur ran-sompaid. 
pre-cious flood Where ming-led wa - ter flowed and Blood. 
God.saith he, Hath reigned and triumphed from the Tree. 



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Tree of Beauty! Tree of Light! 

O Tree with royal purple dight! 
Elect upon whose faithful breast 

Those holy Limbs should find their rest! 

O Cross, our one reliance, hail! 

This holy Passiontide, avail 
To give fresh merit to the saint. 

And pardon to the penitent. 

From every spirit praises be 

To God the blessed Trinity: 
Whom by the Cross Thou dost restore. 

Preserve and govern evermore. 



'ir 



Passion -Tide 

Mater dolorosa. 



45. 




^ 



57 
H.C.NIXON. 



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W 



r r f f • 

1. jrp\) Moth-er!most af - flict - ed, Stand-ing- beneath that Tree. 

2. Thy heart is well nig-h break-ing-, Thy Je-susthus to see, 

3. His liv-idForm is bleed-ing", His soul with sor- row wrung, 



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Where Te - sus hangfs re - iect - ed On the hill of Cal-va - ry. 



m 



ere Je -sus hangs re - ject - ed On the hill of Cal-va - ry 
De - rid -ed, wounded, dy - ing, In great-est ag- o - ny. 

Whilst thou, af- flict - ed Moth - er,Shar'st the torments of thy Son. 



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J i J J J ,J. ^ =^ 



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O Ma- ry! sweetest Moth - er, We love to pit- y thee; 

V . J. J) J J . j ,1 .1 J. J) J j 



f P r r I r r r ' r- f^ r r 



Oh for the sake of Te - sus Let us thv children be. 



Oh for the sake of Je - sus Let tis thy children 



S 



^T IT- ^ ! f \\ r f I f r r ^ 



4.0 Mary! Queen of Martyrs, 5.0 dear and loving Mother! 

The sword has pierced thy heart. Entreat that we may be. 

Obtain for us of Jesus .Near to, thee and thy dear Jesus 

,In thy grief to bear a part. Now and eternally. 

O Mary! sweetest Mother <fec. ppO Mary! sweetest Mother <fec. 



58 



^. 



Passion-Tide. 

Vir^o virffinuu) pi^reclara . 

C.RAYMOND-BARKER, S.J. 




46 



1. jt?Vir- g-jn of all vir - g-jns 
2. j»/0 Wounded with His ev - ery 
3. joChrist.when Thou shalt call me 



blest! 

wound, 

hence. 



Lis - ten 
Steep my 
Be Thy 



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f^} r ir- i r ^ 



¥^m^~^A^i^ ^^- 



^ 



to my fond re- quest: Let me share thy g"rief rii - vine; 
soul till it hath swooned In His ver - y Blood a - way; 
Moth-er mv do - fence, Be Thv Cross my vie - to - rv; 



pj^] I r- \ \TUy\ if^r'T'i ^ 






bod - y 
flames I 
soul Thv 



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Let me, to my 
Be to me, 
While my bod - y 



lat - est breath. In my 
Vir- g-in, nigh, Lest in 
here de - cays , cr^s. May my 



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f — r 



<^J J IJ- iRJirj I I r^j 



bearthe death Of that dy - ing- Son of thine. 

burnand die. In His aw- ful Judg--mentday. 

g-oodness praise, /"Safe in Par- a - fli^'' with Thee. 



A - men. 




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H5,^ 



quot U7idis Incrimanun. 



59 



R.R.TERRY. 




l.jwWhat a sea of 

2. Oh that mournful 

3. Oft and oft His 



tears arid sor-row 

Vir - g-in-Moth-er, 

Arms and Bo-som 



ars arid 

in- 

1 



Did the soul of 
See her tears how 
Fond-ly strain-inpr 




Ma - ry toss 

fast they flow 

to her own; 



To and fro up 
Down up - on His 
Oft her pal - lid 



s bil - lows, 
mang--led Bod - y, 
lins ini- print -in^ 

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F=^=fr^= 


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While she wept her 

Wound -ed Side, and 

On each Wound of 

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bit - ter 
thorn - y ] 
her dear i 

riMf — 1 


oss; 
3 row 
Son; 


• _, 


In 

While 
Till 

1 


her arms her 

His Hands and 

at last, in 


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-^vz: 


?P r r ' 



dim. rail. 




Je - sus hold - ing-. 
Feet she kiss - es,_ 



Torn so new - ly 
Pic - ture of im 



from the Cross, 
mor- tal woe. 



swoons of an-g-uish. Sense and con-scious - ness are g-one. 




dvm. 
4 



rail. 
Gentle Mother, we beseech thee, 

By thy tears and troubles sore; 
By the death of thy dear Offspring-, 

By the bloody Wounds He bore; 
Touch our hearts with that true sorrow 

Which afflicted thee of yore. 



60 



Palm Sunday. 



48. 



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Gloria, laus, et hoiior. 

ELIZABETH RAYMOND-BARKER. 



r T- p 



1. /"All g-lo - ry, laud, and 

2. Thou art the King- of 
3. /The com - pa - ny of 



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T" 

hon 
Is 
an 



or To 
rael, Thou 
g-els Are 



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Thee, Re -deem- er, King-, 

Da - vid's roy - al Son, 

prais - ing- Thee on high, 



m. 



To Whom the lips of 

Who in the Lord's name 

And mor - tal men and 



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child - ren Made sweet ho - san - nas ring, 

com - est. The King- and bless - ed one. 

all things Cre - a - ted make re - ply-- 



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61 



Unison 
Jf 




All g\o - ry, laud, and 

^\^ , J- > 



hon 




Thee, Re- deem -er, King", To Whom the lips of 



f f ^ r^ 




4. /The people of the Hebrews 

With palms before Thee went; 
Our praise and prayer and anthems 
Before Thee we present. 
All glory, <fec . 

5. / To Thee before Thy Passion 

They sang their hymns of praise; 
To Thee now high exalted 
Our melody we raise. 
All glory, «fec. 
e./z/Thou didst accept their praises, 
Accept the prayers we bring, 
cres.Who in all good delightest, 

Thou good and gracious King, 
All glory, <§c. 



63 



Easter. 



49. 



(First tune.) 



filii et filiae. 

TRADITIONAL FRENCH MELODY. 



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m 



m 



§^ 



r r r r 

Al - le - lu - ia! Al - le 



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Pine.n\ 



T 



m 



h=jii 



W^ 



W 



Al 



1p - lu 



j-TT^ji ^^i^i_A 






l.yYe sons and 
a! 3. All in the 

3. Then straig-ht-way 



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r 



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f'l' i-''Oiif' ii' \m 



j-x^^ 



(iaug-h - ters of the Lord, The 

ear - ly morn - in^ ^rey Went 

One in white they see, Who 



r^^rf 



King" of 
ho - ly 
saith, "Ye 



g-lo - ry, 
worn - en 
seek the 




King- a - dored, This day 

on their way. To see 

Lord; but He Is risen 



Him 
the 
and 



self from 

tomb where 
g-one to 




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63 



m- 



r ' ' r ' t^^f'r r Vr 



death re - stored. 
Je - sus lay 



le - lu 



rii i^i 




4. That self-same night, Mobile out of fear 

The doors were shut, their Lord most dear 
To His apostles did appear. 
Alleluia. 

5.;?^ But Thomas, when of this he heard, 

Was doubtful of his brethren's word; 
C'/-es. Wherefore again there comes the Lord. 
Alleluia. 

6. jo'^Thomas, behold My Side,'' saith He; 
''My Hands, My Feet, My Body see, 
And doubt not, but believe in Me." 
Alleluia. 

7.7?^ When Thomas saw that wounded Side, 
The truth no longer he denied; 
/'^Thou art my Lord and GodJ' he cried. 
Alleluia. 

8. Oh, blest are they who have not seen 
Their Lord, and yet believe in Him: 
Eternal life awaiteth them . 
Alleluia. 



Unison ff 



Now let us praise the Lord most high. 

And strive His Name to magnify 
On this great day, through earth and sky, 
Alleluia. 



64 



49. 



Easter. 

filii et filiae. 
tune.) 



r\ A >k., (Second tune.) , , , 



PALESTRINA. 



Al - le 



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^ 



ia! Al 

J 



le 



'Pf'l i I i r'- I r'. i; r ' l ' 1 1 i ' 



I'.yYe sons and daug-h-ters 

ia! 2. All in the ear - ly 

3. Then straightway One in 

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ia! Al - le 

A A A 



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of the 



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r 

ry, 
en 
the 



morn - mg- 
white they 



Lord, 
g-rey 



The King of 
Went ho - ly 
Who saith, "Ye 



nk r ,r 



glo 

worn 

seek 



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This day Him - self from 
To see the tomb where 

Is risen, and gone to 



r — r 



hd 



King ' a 

on their 

Lord; but 



dored, 
way, 



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He 



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65 




^m 



death re - stored 

Je - sus lay. 

Ga - li - lee." 



Al - le 



^ i 



^m 



I 



4. That self-same nig-ht, while out of fear 

The doors were shut, their Lord most dear 
To His apostles did appear. 
Alleluia. 

s.wj^But Thomas, when of this he heard, 

Was doubtful of his brethren s word; 
cr<?&-. Wherefore again there comes the Lord. 
Alleluia. 

6. JO "Thomas, behold My Side," saith He; 

'My Hands, My Feet, My Body see, 
cres. And doubt not, but believe in Me." 

Alleluia. 
7.wj/*When Thomas saw that wounded Side, 
The truth no longer he denied; 
y'Thou art my Lord and God," he cried. 
Alleluia. 

8. Oh, blest are they who have not seen 

Their Lord, and yet believe in Him: 
Eternal life awaiteth them . 
Alleluia. 

9. ^Now let us praise the Lord most high, 
Um80)iff\ And strive His Name to magnify 

(On this great day, through earth and sky. 
Alleluia. 



66 



Easter. 

Dien resurrectio7iis. 



50. 



y 



E.T.COOK. 



» 



i"i'i"'r'||i rlli^ 



J J J J I J 



1. /"' Tis the. Day of Re- sur-rec-tion! 

2. Our hearts are pure from e-vil, 
2.l/Mison^W)yv lettheheavensbe joy-ful, 



Earth.tell it out a -broad; 
That we may see a - right 
And earthhersong-be - g-in, 

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: ^n'^^i i ^^/ ii ^ ^ ^ 



!'■'■ i' I ,' i ,' i' 1 1' ,' 1 1 1' i' ; 'i' ' i' 



The Pass-o -ver of glad-ness, The 
The Lord in rays e - ter-nal Of 
The round world keep high tri-umph, And 



Pass- o -ver of God! 
Re - sur-rec-tion - light; 
all that is there - in; 



ntir i r 



i',^fif^^iVVfi^- 



i y\^ i,H'.^ / l '^^! ^l"H/^ l r'- 



From death to life e - ter-nal, From 
And, listen-ing to His accents, May 
Let all things seen and un-seen Their 



nh r I 'l?- F r r ir r r i r- g 



earth un - to the sk}', 
hear so calm and plain 
notes of gladness blend, 



a 



m 



iTTjTjjrrj^r ^ 



Our Christ hath brought us o - ver With hymn of vie - to - ry. 
His own 'All hail',' and, hear-ing, May raise the vie -tor strain. 
For Christ the Lord is ris - en, Our joy that hath no end. 




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Easter. 

Aurora ccelum purpurnt. 



67 

F. HAWORTH. 



51. 



W}n son J[f The dawn was pur-plinsr o'er the sky; Wit 



ll/m'sonJfThe 

2. When 

3. When 



dawn was p'ur-pling- 
our most val - iant 
He, Whom stone and 

i 



o'er 
might 
seal 



m 



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r I r r ^-~r^~^ ^ r r 



A 



the sky; 

y King 

and guard 

J) J 



With 
From 
Had 



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al - 
death's 
safe 

i 



le - lu 
a - byss 
ly to 



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in 

the 



rang the air; 
dread ar-ray, 
tomb consigned, 

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Earth 

Led 

Tri 



r^^^" r r r r I r- P r II M ; r 



held a glo-rious 
the long-pris-oned 
um-phant rose, and 



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fierce despair: 
life and day: 
left behind. 

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ju - bi- lee; Hell gnashed its teeth in 
Fa-thers forth In - to the beam of 
bu-ried death Deep in the grave He 

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S: 



4. ' Calm all your grief, and still your tears," 

Hark, the descending angel cries;* 
For Christ is risen from the dead, 

And death is slain, no more to rise." 

5. jt?0 Jesu, from the death of sin 

Keep us, we pray; so shalt Thou be 
cres.The everlasting paschal joy 

Of all the souls new-born in Thee. 

6. /To God the Father, with the Son 

// • /y) Who from the grave immortal rose, 
uniso^i •'^iAnd Thee, Paraclete, be praise 

\ While age on endless ages flows . 



Easter. 



Ad coenam Agni providi. 



52. 



ffrlj I J ^ j ^ 

1. ./"The LaWb's hierh b^n - quel 



W. A. B.RUSSELL. 



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1. /"The La'mb's high bin - quet 

2. Up - on the al - tar 

3. That pas - chal eve God's 



f—t 



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we a - wait, In 

of the Cross His 

arm was bared: The 

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snow-white robes of 
Bod - y hath re 
de - vas - tat - ing" 

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roy - al state : 
deemedour loss: 
ang-- el spared: 

1 



And 

And 

By 



now, the Red Sea's 
tast-ing of His 
streng-th of hand our 




channel past, To Christ our Prince we sing- at last, 
roseate Blood, Our life is hid with Him in God. 
hosts went free From Pharaoh's ruth -less tyr-an - ny. 



A - men. 




Unisotr 



7. 



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Now Christ, our Paschal Lamb is slain, 

The Lamb of God that knows no stain, 
The true Oblation offered here, 

Our own unleavened bread sincere . 
Thou, from Whom hells monarch flies, 

great, O very Sacrifice, 
Thy captive people are set free, 

And endless life restored in Thee. 

For Christ, arising from the dead. 

From conquered hell victorious sped: 
And thrust the tyrant down to chains, 

And Paradise for man regains. 
To Thee, Who, dead, again dost live, 

All glory, Lord, Thy people give 5 
All glory, as is ever meet. 

To Father and to Paraclete . 



Easten 

Tu victor Bex. 



53. 



P 



69 
R.R.TERRY. 



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1. Unison f AW hail, dear Con - que 

2. Thou cam - est at the 

3. The ev - er - last - ing- 



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dawn of day; Ar - 

God - head lay Shroud 



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what a vie - to 
mies of souls a - 
ed with - in those 



ry is Thine, How 
round Thee were, Blest 
Limbs di - vine, Nor 



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beau - ti - ful Thy 
spir - its thronging- 
left un - ten - ant 



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strength ap-pears, Thy 
to a - dore Thy 
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crim - son Wounds how 
Flesh, so mar - vel 
sa - cred hu - man 

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bright 

lous. 

Heart 



they shine. 

so" fair. 

of Thine. 



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4. They worshipped Thee, those ransomed souls, 

With the fresh strength of love set free; 
They worshipped joyously, and thought 
Of Mary, while they looked on Thee. 

5. They worshipped, while the beauteous soul 

Paused by the Bodys wounded Side : 
Bright flashed the cave_before them stood 
The living Jesus glorified. 

e.rt'm.Down, down, all lofty things on earth, 
And worship Him with joyous dread; 
cres.O sin, thou art undone by love; 
y O death, thou art discomfited. 



\y 



Easter. 

Aurora cceltim purpurat. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 




thun-ders forth its vie - tor cry, 
down death's streng-th in death's despite, 
watch and ward where sol- diers wait, 

J. J) 1 i i- J) 



The 
And 

Now 



g-Iad earth shouts its 
trampling- hell by 
shin- ing- in tri 




tri-umphhig-h,And g-roan-ing- hell makes wild re-ply. 

vie -tor's right,Brings forth His sleep- ing- Saints to light. A- men. 

umphant state. He ris - es vie - tor fromdea-th'sg-ate. 




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4. Hells pains are loosed, and tears are fled; 

Captivity is captive led; 
The Angel, crowned with light,hath said: 
^^The Lord is risen from the dead." 

5. Jhe A postles' hearts were full of pain 

For their dear Lord so lately slain, 
That Lord His servants wicked train 
With bitter scorn had dared arraign. 

6. We pray Thee, King with glory decked, 

In this our paschal joy protect 
From all that death would fain effect. 
Thy ransomed flock. Thine own elect. 

7. To Thee Who, dead, again dost live. 

All glory, Lord, Thy people give: 
All glory, as is ever meet, 
To Father and to Paraclete, 



Ascension -Tide. 

Aeterne Bex altissime. 



71 

EDMONDS TOZER. 



55. 



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1. ffO Thou e-ter-rial King-most hig-h!Who didst the world re - 

2. j»There,seat-ed in Thy maj - es - ty, To Thee sub-mis- sive 
3.77y^There,wait-ing^ for Thy faith-ful souls, Be Thou to us, O 



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deem And, conquering- death and hell, receive A dig--ni-ty su-preme. 

bo"w The heaven of he avens,the earth beneath , The realms of hell be - lo-w. 

Loi:d!5r'Our Joy of j oys -while here we stay ,y In heaven ourgreat re -ward. 



A- 



Liur joy 01 joys 



luenere we siay,/mneavenourgreai re -war 

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Thou,throughthe star- ryorbs,this day,Didst to Thy throne as-cend; Thence 
With trem-blingthere the ang-els see Thechang-edes-tate of man; The 
joRe - new ourstrene1h,oursinsforg-ive,Our mis-e-ries ef-face ; ^vAnd 

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ry without 



forth to reign in sovereig-n power, And glo - ry -without end. 
fleshwhich sinned by Flesh redeemedjMan in the Godhead reign. A- 
lift our souls a -loft to Thee, By Thy ce-les-tial grace. 



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4. y/j/" So, -when Thou shinest on the clouds, 
With Thy angelic train, 
dim. May -we be saved from deadly doom 
And our lost cro-wn regain. 
. /To Christ returning gloriously 
TT • ^) With victory to heaven, 
^'^^^^^'-^IPraise with the Father evermore 
' And Holy Ghost be given. 



72 



Ascension -Tide. 



56 



Opus peregisti tuum. 



Dr. C.HARFORD LLOYD. 



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l.yThy sa - cred race, O 

2. The g-ates of heaven o 

3. And she who from Thv 



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work is wroug-ht, Thy vie - tory won; The gli - ry Thou didst 

- pen to the Lord of all; His throne receives ,the e. - 

be - ing- took, Thy ho- ly Bride, Still nour- i shed from Thy 

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leave re -quires Thy pres - ence in su - per - nal choirs, 

ter- nal Son, Both God and Man for - ev - er One. 

Side sur-vives, And life and all from Jhee de - rives. 




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73 



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neath Thy feet, 'a lit - tie star; 

from the sac - ri - /ice re- leased, 
war- riors win their heaven- ly might; 



Ten thou-sand thou-sand 
By love constrained doth 
And hence Thy mar - tyrs 



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angels sing. To wel-come their re - turn -ing King, 
hith-erbring Thj' smit- ten Heart's best of- fer-ing. 
sing their ps£ilms,And joy- ous wave tri - umphalpalms 

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Where Thou, the Head art gone, Thy voice 
Calls all Thy members to rejoice; 

Ah, let them cleave the shining way 
Thy footprints through the ether fray. 

''To Thee be glory, conquering King, 

\ Who unto heaven Thy way dost wing, 

I Great Son of the eternal Sire, 
Whose Spirit is our one desire. 



74 



Ascension -Tide 

SalutiH hutnance Sator. 



57. 



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fO Thou pure Light of 

2. mfWhaX won - drous pit - y 

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the cap-tive souls un -chain; 

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our trans-gres-sions to a - tone, 

glo-rious pomp as - cend a -gain. 



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4. j»Oh,still may pity Thee compel 

To heal the wounds of which we die; 
And take us in Thy light to dwell, 
Who for Thy blissful presence sigh . 

5. ^/j/" Be Thou our guide, be Thou our goal, 
Be Thou our pathway to the skies; 
Our joy when sorrow fills the soul; 
In death our everlasting prize. 



J.F.<feB.a735- 



Whitsun-Tide 

Veni, Creator Spiritus. 



58 



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75 
A. MURLEY. 



i' ii' 1 1 ; 1^1 i' / 



1 . p Come, O Cre - a - tor 

Z.nif Who Pa - ra - clete art 

3. Of God's rig-ht hand the 



Spir - it! Vis 
call - ed, The 
fin - g-er, The 



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it these souls of Thine 

g-ift of God a - bove 
Fa- ther's pro-mise true; 

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The ho - \y fire, pure 

Who .seven, - fold g-ifts be - 

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fount of life and 
dost the tong"ue en 

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love, 
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JO Pour light upon our senses, 5. 

Our hearts with love inflame, 
And with Thy might supernal 
Make strong our mortal frame. 

Through Thee may we the Father 7. t 
And Son most high, receive, „ . J 

In Thee, from Both proceeding, j 
Through endless time believe. ^ 



From ghostly foes defend us. 
Thy peace in us fulfil-, 

So, Thou before us leading 
We may escape each ill. 

'All praise be to the Father, 
I Praise to the Son Who rose, 
And praise to Thee, blest Spirit, 
While age on ages flows. 



76 



59 



Whitsun-Tide 



Venij sancte Spiritus. 
(First tune.) 



S.WEBBE. 



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ly Spir- it, con 



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2. Come, Con -so - ler, 

3. O di - vin- est 

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come and shine On our souls with 

kind- est, best, Come,our bo- som's 
Lig^ht, im - part Un - to ev - ery 

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beams di - vine, 
dear - est guest, 
faith - ful heart 

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ra-diance bright, 
sweet re - pose, 
love's bright flood. 



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Sweet re - fresh -ment, 

Plen-teous streams from 



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)me. O Fa - ther of the po 



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Rest in la - bor, 
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De - i - ty. 



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burn - ing- heat, 
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1 

4. Wash away each sinful stain; 5 

Gently shed Thy gracious rain 
On the dry and fruitless soul. 

Heal each wound and bend each will, 
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill, 
All our wayward steps control . 



Unto all Thy faithful just, 

Who in Thee confide and trust, 

Deign the seven-fold gift to send. 
Grant us virtue's blest increase, 

Grant a death of hope and peace, 
Grant the joys that never end . 



Whitsun-Tide 

Ve7ii, sa7icte Spiritus. 
(Secotfci time.) 



77 
E.M.LOTT. 



59. 



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2. Conie,Con 

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Spir - it, come and 
so - ler, kind -est, 
vin - est Lisrht, im 




On our 

Come, our 

Un- to 



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souls with beams di 
bo-som's dear- est 
ev - ery faith-ful 



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vine, 
gpuest, 
heart 



Is-suing- from Thy ra-diance bright. 
Sweet re - fresh-ment, sweet re - pose. 
Plenteous streams from loye's brig-ht flood . 



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Come, t) Fa-ther of the 

Rest in la-bor, cool-ness 

But for Thy blest De - i 



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poor, Ev- er boun-teous of Thy 
sweet, Tem-per - ing the burn-ing 
ty, Noth-ing pure in man could 

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our 



Light, 
woes, 
good. 

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4. Wash away each sinful stain, 

Gently shed Thy gracious rain 
On the dry and fruitless soul. 

Heal each wound and bend each will 
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill 
All our wayward steps control . 
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5. Unto all Thy faithful just, 

Who in Thee confide and trust, 

Deign the seven-fold gift to send. 

Grant us virtues blest increase, 

, Grant a death of hope and peace, 
Grant the joys that never end. 



78 



Whitsun-Tide. 



60. 



Veni^ sancte Spiritus. 



l!' i' i|' ,',' i' 



Fr. MAKER, S.J. 



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Lrnf Come, Ho - ly Ghost, send down those beams Which 
3. O Thou, of com - fort - ers the best; O 

3. Thrice - bless - ed Lig-ht, shoot home Thy darts And 



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4. Lord, wash our sinful stains away, 

Refresh from heaven our barren clay, 
Our wounds and bruises heal; 

To Thy sweet yoke our stiff necks bow. 
Warm with Thy fire our hearts of snow, 

Our wandering feet repeal. 

5. Grant to Thy faithful, dearest Lord, 

Whose only hope is Thy sure word, 
The seven gifts ,of Thy Spirit; 

Grant us in life Thy helping grace. 
Grant us at death to see Thy Face, 

And endless joy inJierit. 



80 



61 



Whitsun-Tide 

Veni, Creator Spiritus. 



^^^^^ 



A.E.BAKER. 



l.wj/" Come, O Cre - a~"- for 
3. Great Par-a - clete, to 
Thou in Thv seven-fold 



Spir- it 
Thee we 
g-ifts art 

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blest, And in our 
cry, O hig-h- est 
known;The fin - ger 

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souls take up ' Thy rest; Come with Thy 

g-ift of God most hig-h, O fount of 

of God's hand we own: The pro-mise 

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g-race and heavenly 
life, O fire of 
of the Fa - ther 




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aid, To fill the hearts that Thou hast made, 

love, And sweet a - noint - ing" from a - bove. 

Thou, Who dost the toiig-uewith poweren - dow. 




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4. Our senses kindle from above, 
And make our hearts overflow with love; 

With patience firm, and virtue high, 
The weakness of our flesh supply. 

5. Drive far from us the foe we dread. 
And grant us Thy true peace instead; 

So shall we not, with Thee for guide, 
Turn from the path of life aside . 

6. may Thy grace on us bestow 
The Father and the Son to know, 

cr^s.And Thee through endless times confessed 
Of both ,thee, ternal Spirit blest . 
CAll glory while the ages run, 
//«vo„„ /¥•) Be to the Father, and the Son 
umsonjj\^^^ rose from death; the same to Thee, 
Holy Ghost eternally. 



(All gi 
) Be 

jWho 

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Whitsun-Tide. 

Spiritus sancte Deus. 



81 



C.MAYLAND. 



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\.rnf Grace in - ere - ate! From Whose vi - vif- ic 

2. / Hail, Life of life! Hail, Par-a-clete di - 

Z.mf Thou in the Blood Of Him Who died for 



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4. Thou to the deeds 

Of every passing hour 
In Thee performed, impartest merit new 
And heavenly power. 

h.piufYrova. grace to grace 

Oh, grant me to proceed; 
cres.KvA with assisting hand my faltering stepf 
To Sion lead! 

6. nifSo may I mount 

In peace the holy hill; 
cres. And safe at last by lifers eternal fount, 
There drink my fill! 



82 



Whitsun-Tide 



Vent, dator munerum. 



W. SCHULTHES. 



63. 



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1. For all with - in us good and ho - ly 

Z. For Thou to us art more than fa - ther, 

3.jo Oh, we have grieved Thee, gra - cious Spir - it, 

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Is from Thee, Thy pre-cious gift; In all our joys, in 

More than sis - ter, in Thy love So gen- tie, pa-tient 

Way - ward, wan- ton, cold are we; And still our sins, new 



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all our sor - rows, Wist- ful hearts to Thee we lift, 

and for-bear - ing. Ho - ly Spir - it, heaven-ly Dovel 

ev - erv morn -ing, Nev - er yet have wear-ied Thee. 



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4. w/'Dear Paraclete, how hast Thou waited 

While our hearts were slowly turned; 
How often hath Thy love been sligihted 
While for us it griev^ed and burned . 
Holy Ghost, c§c. 

5. Now if our hearts do not deceive us, 

We would take Thee for our Lord^ 
dearest Spirit, make us faithful 
To Thy least and lightest word. 
Holy Ghost, (fee. 



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64. 



Whitsun-Tide. 

lam Christus astra ascenderat 

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1. y A-bove the star- ry spheres To where He was be 
a.T^And now had ful - ly come, On mystic cir-cle 
3. When, as ,the Ar po sties knelt At thethirdhour in 

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Christ had gone up,soonfr'omonhigh The Father's g-ift to potirj 
Of seventimes seven re -volving-days, The Pente - costal morn: 
A sud-den rush-ing" sound proclaimed TheGod of glo-ry near^ 

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4. Forthwith a tongue of fire 

Alights on every brow; 
Each breast receives the Fathers light, 
The Word's enkindling glow. 

5. The Holy Ghost on all 

Is mightily outpoured, 
Who straight in divers tongues declare 
The wonders of the Lord . 

6. While strangers of all climes 

Flock round from far and near, 
And with amazement, each at once 
Their native accents hear. 

7. But faithless still, the Jews 

Deny the Hand divine, 
And madly jeer the Saints of Christ, 
As drunk with new-made wine. 

8. Till Peter in the midst 

Stood up, and spake aloud; 
And their perfidious falsity 
By Joels witness showed. 

9. /Praise to the Father be! 
iTrtitnn /") Praisc to the Son Who rose! 
^^^^•^) Praise holy Paraclete, to Thee, 

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Most Holy Trinity. 

Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus. 



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E.T.COOK. 



65. 



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dore Thee, 
hide Thee, 



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Cast - ingdowntheir ,gol-den| Crowns a - round the g"las- sy 

Though tlie eye of .sin-ful, man Thy glo - rv mav not 



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mer - ci - ful and might - y! 
fall - ingrdown be - fore Thee, 
there is none be - side Thee 



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ev - er-more shalt be. 

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f All Thy works shall praise Thy Name, in earth and sky and sea: 
poco dim.iioly^ Holy, Holy! merciful and mighty! 

God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity! 



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Prayer to the 7nost holy Trinity. 

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2.??y^When heaven and earth were 
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yet un - made. When 

a - tion is. The 



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lift our hearts to Thee,- 

time was yet un - known, 
work that Thou didst bless; 

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4.jt?0 Majesty most beautiful, 
Most holy Trinity, 
On Marys throne we climb to get 
Afar-off sight of Thee. 

5. Oh listen, then, most pitiful, 

To Thy poor creatures heart; 
cres. It blesses Thee that Thou art God 
That Thou art what Thou art. 

6. p Most ancient of all mysteries, 

Before Thy throne we \\^-^ 
Have mercy now, most merciful, 
pp Most holy Trinity. 



Most Holy Trinity, 

Aeteriia lux,divinitas. 



87 
H.M? CLELLAND. 



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we con-fess with 
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dear Son; 

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Three Persons! -among Whom is none 

Greater in majesty or less; 
In substance, essence, nature, One; 

Equal in might and holiness. 
Three Persons, -One Immensity 

Encircling utmost space and time! 
One Greatness, Glory, Sanctity, 

One everlasting Truth sublime ! 
Lord, most holy, wise, and just! 

Author of nature! God of grace! 
Grant that as now in Thee we trust. 

So we may see Thee face to face . 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
Triunal Lord of earth and heaven! 

From earth and from the heavenly host 
Be everlasting glory given! 



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68 



Most Holy Trinity. 



Tu Trinitatis Unitns. 



H. WHITEHEAD. 



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l.T^Blest Three" in One and 
3. What - e'er in us hath 
S.nfO Light of lig^ht, with 



One in Three, Great 

been de - cayed By 

Thy blest ray, Di - 



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ru - ler of the world, to Thee Thy 
Sa-tan's fraud, Lord, with Thy aid^ As - 
rect our steps throug-h-out this dav^ We 

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sup-pliant peo-pl(?^ 
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kneel; 
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plore; 

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throne on high, And grant of Thy great 

kin-dlinghearts,And shield-ed from temp - 

praise the Son, And Ho - 1y Ghost, blest 

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clem-en - cy Thy balm our wounds to heal. 

ta - tion's darts,May we our path pur - sue. 

Three in One, Both now and ev - er - more. 

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Most Holy Trinity. 

Ter sancte, ter potens Deus. 



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Born in Thee to grace anew, 

cres.Thee the sons of men proclaim, 
And extol with glory due ! 

S.w^Thee, the Lord of earth and skies, 

Owning here in faith and love; 
cres.'Een on earth they taste the joys 

Stored for happy souls above . 
6. p Make us. Holy Ghost, to will. 

Teach us, only Son, to know, 
Grant us, Father, to fulfil, 

All Thou wiliest us to do! 



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Most Holy Trinity. 

Prayer to the most holy Trinity. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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2. m^Je - sus Christ, Who didst re - deem me 

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strengthen me, cre.s.By which grace my 



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soul and bod - y, Thine for ev - er 

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p Oh, what sor - row 

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now de - plore. 
down on me. 
last I'll be. 



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4. y Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
Ever Blessed Trinity, 
Oh, what love from me They merit 
For such wondrous charity. 
cres. Thou ^ God, hast made and saved me, 
Thou alone my Lord shalt be; 
Take me then to serve and love Thee 
Now, and in eternity. 



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Corpus Christi. 

Gefiii sacramentnto. 



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1. p Sweet Sa-cra-ment Hi - vine! Hid in Thine earth-ly home, 

2. wj^ Sweet Sa-cra-ment of peacelDear home of ev-erj heart 

3. p Sweet Sa-cra-ment of rest! Ark from the o-ceaji's roar, 

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may we reach the 

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,7/^/" Sweet Sacrament divine! 

Earths light and jubilee, 
In Thy far depths doth shine 

Thy Godheads majesty: 
Sweet Light, so shine on us, we pray, 

That earthly joys may fade away. 
Sweet Sacrament divine . 
The last line of last stanza is repeated. 



Corpus Christi. 

To Jesus ifi the Blessed Sacrament. 



93 

EDMONDS TOZER. 




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l./^i/" When the lov-ing- 
l.tnf Ere He makes us 
3. f Je - sup, food of 



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part - ners 
2tn - g-els, 



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Ere He left the 

Of His realm on 

Mon-arch of the 



earth, 
hig-h, 
heart: 




dim.'6\ 



to pay 



cr<?s.Hap-pv and 
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could 



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ran - som, jt? Blood of price-less 
mor - tal With Him in the 

nev - er From Thy Face de 

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4. y Soon I hope to see Thee, 

And enjoy Thy love, 
er<?s.Face to face, sweet Jesus, 
In Thy heaven above. 
But on earth an exile, 
My delight shall be 
Ever to be near Thee, 
dim. Veiled for love of me. 



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Corpus Christi 



The Blessed Sacrament. 



73. 



(First time for a choir only.) 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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3. mf Oh see! with - in a crea-ture's hand — 



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To love Thee 
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love Thee 

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dear - est 
deig'ns to 


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So far sur - pass 
Thy g'ood - ness, Je 
On Jo - seph's arm, 



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sus, would I 
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thought?. 

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O mystery of love divine! 
I cannot compass all I have, 
f For all Thou hast and art are mine, 
jo Sweet Sacrament, we Thee adore, 

make us love Thee more and more . 

5.^ Sound, sound His praises higher still 
And come, ye angels to our aid; 
'Tis God! 'tis God! the very God 

Whose power both men angels made. 
j» Sweet Sacrament, we Thee adore, 

O make us love Thee more and more . 



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Corpus Christi, 

The Blefified Sacrament. 
(Second tune.) 



G. HERBERT. 



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1. ^Je - sus, my Lord, my God, my all! 

2. /Had I but Ma - ry's sin - less heart 
d.n^Oh see! with - in a crea - ture's hand 

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To love Thee with, my dear 

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praise 
thoug-h 

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p Sweet Sa - era - ment, 
p Sweet Sa - era - ment, 



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we Thee 
we Thee 



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O mystery of love divine! 
I cannot compass all I have, 
y For all Thou hast and art are mine. 
j» Sweet Sacrament, we Thee adore, 

O make us love Thee more and more. 

5. ^Sound, sound His praises higher still 
T/,,i<im? fA -^"^ come,ve angels, to our aid; 
•^''iTis God! 'tis God! the very God 

V Whose power both men and angels made, 
jo Sweet Sacrament, we Thee adore, 

O make us love Thee more and more. 

This hym?i may at all times appropriately precede the Benediction Service,a7id for 
the sake of variety the two tunes may be sung to alternate stanzas.Shoufd this plan 
he adopted, the hymn may begin with either tune, but the first should be sung in 
parts by the choir, and the second iti unison by the congregation. 



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Corpus Christi. 

Verbiim supernum prodiens. 



G.STEINER. 



74. 



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Mir - a - cle of 

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pres - dnt still, Near His earth - ly 

love di - vine See His Hands Him 

be our Food, cresWith them Both He 

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Hastes His mis-sion to ful- fil. 

In the hal-lowed Bread and Wine. 
FormedlikeHim of flesh andblood. 

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At His board the Banquet He; 
On the Cross He died to save us; 
Reigneth our felicity. 

5.jym/ Mighty Victim, earths Salvation, 

Heavens ow^n gate unfolding wide, 
joHelp Thy people in temptation, 

Feed them from Thy bleeding Side. 

6. /Unto Thee, the hidden Manna, 
Father, Spirit, unto Thee 
Let us raise the loud hosanna, 
rif. e dim. And adoring bend the knee . 
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Corpus Christ!. 

Verb um supernum prodiens. 



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At meat Himself as food He gives; 
To ransom us He died in shame; 
cres. As our reward, in bliss He lives. 



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Adoro te devote latens Deitna. 



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5. pO Thou Memorial of our Lords own dying; 
ores. O living Bread, to mortals life supplying; 

Make Thou my soul henceforth on Thee to live 
Ever a taste of heavenly sweetness give. 

6. pO loving Pelican; Jesu, Lord! 

Unclean I am, but cleanse me in Thy Blood; 
Of which a single drop, for sinners spilt, 
ores. Can purge the universe from all its guilt. 

7. ^?io Jesu, Whom for the present veiled I see, 

What I so thirst for,Oh,vouchsafe to me; 
cres.That I may see Thy Countenance unfolding, 
And may be blest Thy glory in beholding. 



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Pange lingua gloriosi Corporis.. 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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By His word to Flesh He turns; 

Wine into His Blood He changes :- 

What though sense no change discerns? 

Only be the heart in earnest, 

Faith her lesson quickly learns . 

5 . Me/i.p Down in adoration falling, 

Lo, the sacred Host we hail; 

Lo, oer ancient forms departing. 

Newer rites of grace prevail; 

cres. Faith for all defects supplying, 

Where the feeble senses fail. 

6. i%//.j(f To the everlasting Father, 

And the Son Who reigns on high, 
With the Holy Ghost proceeding 

Forth from Each eternally. 
Be salvation, honor, blessing, 

Might and endless majesty. 
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Corpus Christi. 

Hoste dum victo triumphans. 



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While the people all uniting 
In the Sacrifice sublime, 

Offer Christ to His high Father, 
Offer up themselves with Him; 

Then together with the priest 
On the living Victim feast. 



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Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

Cor amor in. 
(First tune.) Rev. R. B. SANKEY 



79, 




l.fTo Je- sus' Heart, all burn-ing With fer-vent love for men, 

2. O Heart, for me on fire With love no man can speak, 
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Cor amoris. 

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I sleep, hut My Heart watcheth. 



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Sununi Parentis Filio. 

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5.w/Hide me in Thy dear Heart, 
For hither do I fly; 
There seek Thy grace through life, in death 
Thine immortality. 

6. ^Praise to the Father be^ 
And sole begotten Son; 
Praise, holy Paraclete, to Thee, 
While endless ages run. 



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Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

Cor Jesu 

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sacred Heart! 

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Lead exiled children home, 
cres.Where we may ever rest near Thee, 
In peace andjoy eternally: 
sacred Heart! 



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Piercing of the sacred Heart. 

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But when the evil one assails, 
Alas, we strive not well. 
poco cresXet , pardon us once more : 

Let us for ever hide in Thee; 
ntfSo shall lifes pain and misery 
cres. And weariness be o'er. 



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Auctor beate hcccuU. 

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4. p For this Thy sacred Heart was pierced, 

And both with Blood and Water ran; 
cres.To cleanse us from the stains of guilt, 
f And be the hope and strength of man. 

5. /To God the Father and the Son, 
Unison ff) ^^^ praise and power and glory be, 

•^•^ J With Thee, holy Paraclete, 
\ Henceforth through all eternity. 



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Cor amans. 



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85. 



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Z.7yifT\\e poor-est,saddest heart on earth May claim Thee for its own; 
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d burning:, throb -bing Heart of Christ, Too late, too lit - tie known! 

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p K mother may forget her child, 
A father prove untrue; 
A brother or a sister turn 
Unkind and thankless too . 

The hearts of men are often hard 
And full of selfish care: 
e/'(?.s.But in the sacred Heart we find 
A refuge from despair. 

6. )?{fTo Thee, my Jesus, then I come, 

A poor and helpless child; 
And on Thine own words, ^"^Come to Me, 
My only hope I build. 

7. j(? The world is cold, and life is sad, 

I crave the blessed rest 
Of those who lay their weary heads 
Upon Thy sacred Breast. 

8. ci-es.For love is stronger far than death, 

And who can love like Thee, 
My Saviour, Whose appealing Heart 
dim. Broke on the Cross for me ? 

9. w/^The purest, deepest earthly love. 

What is it, Lord, to Thine? 
cres.K single drop from that great fount , 
Eternal and divine . 



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Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

Cor amans. 

C. SCHMIDT. 



86. 



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4.^What though I suffer, still in love 
cres. I ever true will be ; 

My love of God shall deeper grow 
When crosses fall on me. 

.5. From every bon.d of earth, Lord, 

Thy grace hath set me free; 
cresMy soul delivered from the snare 
Enjoys true liberty. 

6. /Naught more can I desire than this, 
To see Thy Face in heaven; 
And this I hope since He on earth 
His Heart in pledge hath given. 



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Most Precious Blood of Jesus. 

Viva, viva Gesu. 
(First tune.) A. EDMONDS TOZER 

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poco (?r<?5'.Do thou,bright Queen of saints, stand, nigh, 
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Star of the boundless sea. 



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4. nfWe pray for all sinners, 

And souls that now stray 
From Jesus and Mary 

In heresys way. 
Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 

Ave, Ave, Maria! 

5. JO For poor, sick, afflicted, 

Thy mercy we crave; 
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Thou light of the grav€ ! 
\ve, Ave, Ave, Maria! 

Ave, Ave, Maria! 

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Nor ever hath oeen, 
Which thou canst not succor 

Immaculate Queen. 
Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 

Ave, Ave, Maria! 

7. ntfln grief and temptation, 

In joy, or in pain, 
cr<?* .We'll seek thee, our Mother, 
/ Nor seek thee in vain. 
Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 
Ave, Ave, Maria! 

8. ntfO bless us, dear Lady, 

With blessings from heaven, 
And to our petitions 
Let answer be given. 
. Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 
Ave, Ave, Maria! 

9. jcipln deaths solemn moment, 

Our Mother, be nigh-, 
As children of Mary 

teach us to die! 
Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 

Ave, Ave, Maria! 

10.//?/'And crown thy sweet mercy 

With this special grace, 

cresTo behold soon in heaven 

/ Gods ravishing Face. 

Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 

Ave, Ave, Maria! 

11. /iNow toi God be all glory 
And worship for aye , 

And to, Gods Virgin Mother 
An endless Ave , 

Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria! 
Ave, Ave, Maria! 



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4. Ah! we have forced thee often, 

All loving as thou art, 
To turn in sadness from us 

Thine eyes, but not thy heart! 
In grief, but not in anger. 

Though we have tried thee sore: 
Yet smile again, dear Mother, 

We'll vex thy heart no more . 

5. B}^ Him Who calls thee Mother, 

And bids us do the same- 
By Him, thy Son, Who gives us 

A Brothers tender name; 
By all the love that yearneth 

Within thine own pure heart, 
O Mother! be a mother. 

And act a mothers part. 

GjS^ln heavens eternal May-time 

Whose sunlight is the Lamb, 
In the, gladness and the glory. 

The rapture and the calm, 
Well praise thee, and we'll bless thee 

With happy saints above, .., ,„, 

xsvv^^ft •«,i\s\saaooM?.if now, mighty Mother, ■■'"'^^Vva^ ^^\ ^'^^va ■uvi>x\a-vi\^s\\ 

Thou look on us with love. ,„^„ rr ^ ^ t 

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,..98. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Dal tuo celeste trono, Maria. 

J. Richardson 



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2. See how un - grate- ful 

3. O Ma - ry, dear- est 



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There stay we without fear: 
What evil can befall us 

If, Mother, thou art near ? 
O kindest, dearest Mother, 

Thy sinful children save; 
Look down on us with pity. 

Who thy protection crave . 



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99 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Childreji's kytmi of consecration to our Lady. 

I TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



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4. So we take thee for our Mother, 
And we claim our right to be, 

By the gift of our dear Brother, 
Loving children unto thee; 

And our humble consecration 
Thou wilt surely not despise, 

From thy bright and lofty station 
Close to Jesus in the skies. 

5. Mother Mary! to thy keeping 
Soul and body we confide. 

Toiling, resting, waking, sleeping. 

To be ever at thy side; 
Cares that vex us, joys that please us, 
J^ife and death we trust to thee ; 



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138 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 



Salve Regina, Mater misericordiae. 



100. 



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ho - ly Queen en - throned a - bove, 

life, our sweet -ness here be- low, 

thee we crv, poor sons of Eve, 

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Maria! 
A place of jbanishfl ient and of fears, 

Maria! 
Triumph, <&c. 

5. j» Turn, then, most gracious Advocate, 

O Maria! 
.Towards, us thine eyes compassionate, 

Maria! 
Triumph, (fee. 

6. j» When this our exile is complete, 

Maria! 
cres.Show us thy Son, our Jesus sweet, 
O Maria! 
Triumph, <§c. 

7. pO clement, gracious. Mother sweet, 

O Maria! 
O Virgin Mary, we entreat, 

Maria! 
Triumph, «fec. 



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101. 



Feasts ot tlie B. V. Mary. 



Ave, Regina ccelorum. 



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RADITIONAL MELODY. 



/"Hail, Queen of heaven, the 
Z.n^ O gen - tie, chaste, and 
3. So - journ-ers in this 

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tar of the seaT Pray for the wan 



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i.wg^And while to Him Who reigns above, 
In Godhead One, in Persons Three, 

The Source of life, of grace, of love, 
Homage we pay on bended knee— ^ 

Do thou, bright Queen, Star of the sea, 
Pray for thy children, pray for me. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Te Redemptorifi Dominique nostri. 



102. 



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troub-le's hour! 
bat -tie wage; 
from on high. 



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4. ^Safe beneath thy mighty shelter, 

Though a thousand hosts combine, 
All must fall or flee before us, 
Scattered by an arm divine . 

5. Firm as once on holy Sion, 

David's tower reared its height; 
With a glorious rampart girded, 
And with glistening armor bright: 

6 . So ,the Alj nightys Virgin Mother 

Stands in strength for evermore; 
From Satanic hosts defending 
All who her defence implore. 

7. ^Through the long unending ages, 
Thii^nti A Blessed Trinity, to Thee! 
^'''^^''•^) Father, Son, and Holy Spirit 

\ Praise and perfect glory be. 



143 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

ConHolatrix afflictorum. 



103. 



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flic - tion's low-ly prayer, 
hearts that sor-row wrings. 

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They are presences of God, 
Giving zest to weary sadness, 

Or strange sweetness to the rod. 
Filling full of heavenly sunbeams 

Sorrow's dark and lone abode. 
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Of the golden calms of heaven. 
By the mercy of our Father, 

Into Maryls hands were ^iven. 
But to earth were only falling 

Upon hearts with sorrow riven. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Praeclara custos virginum. 



143 



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root up-sprung That heal-ing Flower long since fore-told. A - men. 
treacherous deep,- §"Thine be the light by which we steer. 



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4.»^Scatter the mists that round us hang; 
Keep far the fatal shoals away; 
And while through darkling waves we sweep , 
Open a path to life and day. 

5. /O Jesus, born of Virgin bright! 

UmsonfL ^«^"^«/^^! ^1^7, ^"^ .t« J^.f 5 
Jrraise to the Father mi mite, 

V And Holy Ghost eternally. 



144 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 



105. 






Ma rice no men. 



TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



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l.yill sing a hymn to 

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When wick-ed men bias -pheme thee, To love and bless thy 
When wick-ed men bias- pheme thee, To love and bless thy 
When wick-ed men bias- pheme thee, To love and bless thy 



name, 
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. pWhen troubles dark afflict me, 

In sorrow and in care, 
cres.Thy light doth ever guide me, 
beauteous Morning Star! 
y So 111 be ever ready 

Thy goodly help to claim; 
Wh,en wicked men blaspheme thee 
111 love and bless thy name . 

5-.>(7/The Saints are high in glory, 

With golden crowns so bright; 
But brighter far is Mary 
UnisotU ^V^^ ^^^ throne of light. 

Oh! that which God did give thee 

Let mortals neVr disclaim; 
Wh^en wicked men blaspheme thee 
111 love and bless thy name. 

6. f But in the crown of Mary 
There lies a wondrous gem, 

As Queen of all the angels, 

Which Marv shares with them. 

'^No sin hath eter defiled thee," 
So doth our faith proclaim; 

When wicked men blaspheme thee 
111 love and bless thy name . 

7. And now, Virgin Mary, 
, My Mother and my Queen, 

Ive sung thy praise, so bless me 
dim. And keep my heart from sin. 
When others jeer and mock thee, 

111 often think how I, 
To shield my Mother, Mary, 

Would lay me down and die. 

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146 



Feasts of tjie B.V. Mary. 

Mater misericordias. 
(First tune.) TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



106. 



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\.nif JMoth-er, of mer-cy, day by day My love of thee grows 

3. Thoug"h pov - er - ty and work and woe The mast-ers of my 

3. But scorn - ful men have cold- ly said Thy love was lead-in^ 



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more and more; 
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me from God; 



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When times are worst who 

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light with love of thee? Dark-ness is lig-ht with love of thee? 

path my Sav - ior trod; '^he ver - y path my Sav - ior trod. 

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4. They know but little of thy worth 

Who speak these heartless words to me; 
cres.Yor what did Jesus love on earth 
dim. One half so tenderly as thee ? 

5. Get ine the grace to love thee more; 
cres. Jesus will give if thou wilt plead; 

And, Mother, when lifers cares are o'er, 
f Oh, I shall love thee then indeed. 

6. jo^ Jesusiwhen His three hours were run. 

Bequeathed thee from the Cross to me ; 
And Oh, how can I love thy Son, 
Sweet Mother, if I love not thee ? 



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147 



Mater misericordice. 
(Second tune.) 



106. 



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1. ?^jr Mother, of mer- cy, day m 



J. RICHARDSON. 



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4. They know but little of thy worth 

Who speak these heartless words to me; 
ere*. For what did Jesus love on earth 
dim. One half so tenderly as thee ? 

5. Get me the grace to love thee more; 
cres. Jesus will give if thou wilt plead-, 

And Mother, when life's cares are o'er, 
/ Oh, I shall love thee then indeed. 

6. jt^Jesus,when His three hours were run. 

Bequeathed thee from the Cross to me; 
And Oh, how can I love thy Son, 
Sweet Mother, if I love not thee ? 

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148 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 



Omni die die Mariao 
(First tune.) 



TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



107. 



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Strive to sound her glory forth: 
Spread abroad the sweet memorials 

Of the Virgins priceless worth. 
Where the voice of music thrilling, 

Where the tongue of eloquence, 
That can utter hymns beseeming 

All her matchtess excellence ? 



150 



107. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Omni die die Marice. 



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to de - liv - er; 

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Of the Virgins priceless worth. 
Where the voice of music thrilling, 

V^ere the tongue of eloquence, 
That can utter hymns beseeming 

All her matchless excellence? 



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Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Our Lady of Perpetual Succor. 



108. 



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heard. 



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Ev - er lend thy 
Ev- er lend thv 



help, 
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Of sure approaching death, 
Oh let us, without fearing, 

Exhale our dying breath: 
Hast led us through probation, 

Through thee we^ll gain salvation . 
Mary, Mary, 

Ever lend thy help . 



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154 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Regina Angelormn. 



109. 



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vision bright! 

In softest flight 
The Dove around His spouse doth fly. 

Where, in that height 

Of matchless light, 
Mary, our Mother, reigns on high. 

vision bright! 

Angels^ deliffht! 
The Mother sits with Jesus nigh: 

Her form He bears, 

Her look He wears; 
Mary, our Mother, reigns on high. 

vision bright! 

Life's darkest night 
Is fair as dawn when thou art nigh; 

Where 'mid the throng 

Of psalm and song, 
Mary, our Mother, reigns on high. 



Annunciation B.V. M. 

Benedicta tu in mulieribiis . 



155 



F. ARMSTRONG. 



110. 



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God-head comes, And fills her Vir - g-in breast. 

comes thine own, This day con-ceived by thee. 

Flesh di - vine Of the life - g-iv - ing Word; 



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Whereby we babes the meat 

Of elder ones obtain; 
And He, Who Angels feeds, as God, 

Feeds me, as God-made Man. 

^To Him Who, to redeem 
I Our race, came down from heaven, 
I Praise with the Father evermore , 
And Holy Ghost be given. 



156 



Assumption B.V. M. 

Assumpta est Maria 
(First tune.) 



Ill 



1. /'Sinsr.sing-, ye an-erelban 



TRADITIONAL MELODY 
Harmonised by C.Raymond -Barker, S.J. 



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l.ySing",sing-, ye an-gel bands, All beau-ti - ful and 

2. A fair-er flower than she On earth hath nev-er 

3. O hap-py an-g-els, look, How beau-ti - ful she 

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Lose my sweet right to thee? 

cres.Ah.., no -the angels' Queen 

Man's Mother still will be; 
And thou, upon thy throne, 
Wilt keep thy love for me . 

5. /On, then, dear pageant, on! 

Sweet music breathes around; 
And love, like dew, distils 

On hearts in rapture bound; 
The Queen of heaven goes up 

To be proclaimed and crowned! 



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Assumpta est Maria. 

{Second tune.) 



157 



F. BIRTCHNELL. 



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2. A fair - er 

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an -gel bands, All beau-ti - ful and bright! 
flower than she On earth hath nev-er been,- 
an-gels look, How beau-ti - ful she is! 




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Ma- ry, your Queen, as - cends. Like the sweet moon at night. 
A won-der half so bright As your as- cend-ing Queen. 
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Lose my sweet right to thee? 

cres.Ah, no- the angels^ Queen 

Mans Mother still will be; 
And thou, upon thy throne. 
Wilt keep thy love for me . 

5. yOn, then, dear pageant, on! 

Sweet music breathes around; 
And love, like dew, distils 

On hearts in rapture bound; 
The Queen of heaven goes up 

To be proclaimed and crowned! 



Immaculate Conception 

Tota pulchra es, Maria. 



112 



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2. Deep 

3. The 



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4.?^j/"He gazed on thy soul; it was spotless and fair; 

,For the, empire of sin- it had never been there; 
er<?*.*None had eer owned thee, dear Mother, but He, 

,And He, blessed thy clear shining", sweet Star of the sea! 

5. Earth gave Him one lodging; Was deep in thy breast; 
And God found a home where the sinner finds rest; 
His home and His hiding-place both were in thee, 
.He was, won by thy shining, sweet Star of the sea! 
6.if{fO blissful and calm was the wonderful rest 

.That thou, gave st thy God in thy virginal breast; 
cres.ZoiLiM heaven He left, He found heaven in thee, 

/ ,And He, shone in thy shining, sweet Star of the sea. 
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160 



Immaculate Conception. 

Mary Immaculate. 



(First tune.) 



113 



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1. yo Moth-er! Icould weep for mirth, Joy fills myheart so fast 

3. When Je-sus looks up - on thy face, His Heart with rapture glows 

3. The angels answer with theirsone-s,Brie-ht choirs in gleaming- rows: 

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My soul to- day is heaven on earth, Oh, could the trans-poi;]t last! 

And in theChurch,by His sweet grace, Thy bless -ed wor - ship grows. 

And saints flock round thv feet in throngs, And heaven with bliss o'er- flows. 

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think of thee, and what thou art, Thy maj-es-tv, thy state; 



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Conceived, conceived immaculate 

Oh, what a joy for thee! 
Conceived, conceived immaculate! 

Oh, greater joy for me! 
I think of thee, and what thou art, &c. 
It is this thought to-day that lifts 

My happy heart to heaven. 
That for our sakes thy choicest gifts 

To thee, dear Queen, were given. 
T think of thee, and what thou art, &c. 



Immaculate Conception. 

Mary Immaculate. 



(Second tune.) 



161 



W. PITTS. 




113 



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l.fO Moth-er! I could weep for mirth, Joy fills myheartso fast; 

2. When Je-suslooks up - on thy face, His Heartwith raptureg-Iows, 

3. The ang-els ans-wer with their song's.Brig'ht choirs in gleaming^ rows: 



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And in the Church.by His s'weetg-race,Thy bless - ed wor-ship grows 
And saints flock round thy feet in throngs, And heaven withbljss o'er-flows. 



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late! 



A r!nnr>*^ivAr1 rnnr>f>i\7prl imtnarMilatf^ I ^tC. I 



Conceived, conceived immaculate! 

Oh, what a joy for thee ! 
Conceived, conceived immaculate! 

Oh, greater joy for me! 
I think of thee, and what thou art, &c. 
It is this thought to-day that lifts 

My happy heart to heaven, 
That for our sakes thy choicest gifts 

To thee, dear Queen, were given. 
I think of thee, and what thou art, <fec. 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Reg-ma mcratifisimi Rosarii. 






VICTOR HAMMEREL. 



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1. Queen lOf the, Ho -Iv Ro-sa-ry! Oh, bless us as we pray 

2. (jueeri iof thei Ho-lv Ro-sa-ry! Each mystery blends with thine 
:J. Sweet La - dy of the Ro-sa-rv! White ros-es let us brinsr, 

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And of- fer thee our ros - es In u^ar- lands dav b^ 



ros - es In 
The sa-cred life of Je - sus In 
And lay them round thy foot -stool Be 

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U^ar- lands day by day,- 
ev -ery step di - vine, 
fore our In-fant Kins;'. 

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4./'Queen ,of the, Holy Rosary 
What radiancy of love, 



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What splendor and what glory 
Surround thy court above!' 
ififOh^ in thy tender pity, 

Dear source of love untold, 
Refuse not this our offering. 

Our flowers, white, red and gold. 
The first line, of the last stanza is sung as in the first stanza. 



Must Holy Rosary. i63 

The Romry victorious over siti and inibelief. 

A. EDMONDS TOZER. 



115 




l.yThecloudshang-thickoVr Israel's camp Asdawns the bat-tie 

2. The weap-on which our fatherg-aveEachhandshallfearless 

3. See o'er Le-pan-to's watersspreadTheMnslem'sdarkar - 

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A - rise!bri£2:ht star of Do-mi -nic, And chase the g-loom a 

Who bear our La-dy's Ro-sa-ry Need neith-er sword nor 

A voice to Christ-en - dom went forth, And g'ave the word to 

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wav: 

shield; 

pray: 



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And where the foe-men fif>rc -est press Thy radiance 

With dauntless faith the ranks they face Of er - ror 

Je - sus and Ma-rv! namesof strength In- voked, and 



let us 
and of 
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sin, 



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Shine o'er the ban-ners of thv sons, And lead to vie- lo 



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Shine o'er the ban-ners of thy sons, And lead 

And, armed with those blest beads a"^- lone, The vic-to- 
Th^v con-cjuered in the hour of need. And con-quer 

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'hev con-quere 



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ry they 
shall a "- 



win. 
g-ain. 



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4. As Pius then to Europe spake, 
So Pius spake once more- 
The Rosary our weapon still 
To wield in holy war: 
vifAve Maria! from each tongue 

Shall rise the pleading word; 
cres.Oh^ doubt not that the prayer of faith 
Will now, as then , be heard . 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Joyful Mysteries. 



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SABOLY 



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* 1. /"By ithe Archr an - g-el's 

* 2. ffifBy that jour - ney 
*3. Bv Thy poor and 



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word of love 

made in haste 

low - ly lot; 



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That an-nounced Thee from a - bove.- By the grace to 



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That an-nounced Thee 

O'er the des - ert 

Bv the man - g-er 



from a - bove; 

mount-ain waste; 

and the g'rot; 

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grace 

By that voice whose 
By Thy ten - der 




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a - ry g"iven; 
ven-ly tone 1 
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By Thy 

'hrilled the 
Fold - ed 

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first 
Bap 

in 

1 


de - 
- tist 
their' 


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in 
swad 

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from heaven;\ 

the womb; K 

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* /. Tfie ANnunciation. 

* 2. The Visitation. 

* S. The Birth of our Lord. 

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Child of Ma - ry, 

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hear our crv: 



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maj - es - tv Count -less an - g^els sing to Thee. 



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T'Ae Presentation of our Lord. 
^.piiifBy the joy of Simeon blest 

When he clasped Thee to his breast-, 
By the widowed Anna's song 

Poured amid the wondering throng; 
Child of Mary, <fec. 

Tfie Findius^ of our Lord. 
5. /By our Ladys glad delight, 
In the temple, at the sight 
Of her Child, so young and fair. 
Wiser than the wisest there; 
Child of Mary, <fec. 



1H6 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Sorrmvful Mysteries. 



117. 



^ 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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*^l. jt^By the Blood that 
*2. jwBy the cords that, 
* 3 . Bv the thorns that 



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flowed from Thee 

round Thee cast, 

crowned Thy Head; 



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In Thy grriev 
Bound Thee to 
By Thy seep 

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-ous 

the 

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agr - - 
pil - lar 
of a 


ny; 

fast; 

reed; 


By 

Bv 

By 


r r r 

the trait - ors 
the scourg-e so 
Thy foes on 

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r r r r #f 

Fill - ing up Thy bit - ter 

By Thy pur- pie robe of 

Mock - ing" at Thy roy - al 



g-uile-ful kiss 
meek- ly borne, 
bend- ing knee, 



ness; 

scorn 

ty 



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* /. T/ie Agotiy of our Lord. 

* 2. The Scourging. 

* 3. The Crowning with Thorns. 



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167 



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P=4=: 


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Je - 

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su, 


Sav - 

J 


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iour, 

J 


hear 


^1 — 

our 

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cry;- 


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Thou wast suffer- ing once as we; 



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rn 


^J — rh— » 


maj - es - tv Count - less an 


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1 *• J' .^-^ 

sing to Thee. 

1 |l- ^ -1 II 


'P^r r |> ^.r=^^. 


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T^/?!? Carrying of the Cross. 

4. By the people's cruel jeers; 

By the holy women's tears; 
By Thy footsteps faint and slow, 
Weighed beneath Thy Cross of woe; 
Jesu, Saviour, &c. 

The Crucifixioti. 

5. By Thy weeping Mothers woe; 

By the sword that pierced her through, 
When, in anguish standing by, 
On the Cross she saw Thee die; 
Jesu, Saviour, &c. 
This hymn is suitable for Lent & Passion-tide. 



168 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Glo rious Mijste ries . 



118. 



* 



MENDELSSOHN. 



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*1. /By the first bright 

^Z.v^By Thy part - ing 

^It3. J^By that rush - ing 



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Ea - ster - day, 

bless - ing given 

sound of might 

d. a. 



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l^r r r r 


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H- 


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When the stone was 


rolled a - wav; 


By 


the 


glo - ry 


As Thou didst as - 


cend to heaven; 


By 


the 


cloud of 


Com- ing down from 


heav-en's height; 


By 


the 


clov - en 


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round Thee 
liv - ing 
tongues of 

1 i 



shed 
light 
fire, 



At Thy ris - ing from the 
That re-ceived Thee out of 
Ho - Iv Ohost. our hearts in 



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dead; 

sight; 

spire! 



S 



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* y. The Resiirrection. 

* 2. The Ascensi&n . 

* 3. The Descent of the Holy Ghost. 



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169 



* 



fi 



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King of 



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ae 



feojj 



hear oui 



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r. r r 

Make us soon Thy joy to see 



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Where en -throned in 

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Count- less an- gels sing to Thee. 



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mai - es - ty 



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T'/^e Assumption of oiir Lady. 
4.c-re5.See the Virgin Mother rise, 

Angels bear her to the skies; 
Mount aloft, imperial Queen, 
Plead on high the cause of men! 
King of Glory, <fec. 

The Coronation of our Lady. 

5. /Mary reigns upon the throne 

Pre-ordained for her alone; 

Saints and angels round her sing, 

Mother of our God and King. 

King of Glory, <fec. 



170 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Joyful Mysteries. 




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Rev. R.B.SAKivEY. 



f=T 



full of ^race 
that pure love 
bless- ing- beg, 



T— 

and 

which 

O 



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^^ 



pu - ri - ty, Meek 
prompt-ed thee To 
Vir - gin Queen, From 



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hand-maid of the 
seek thy cous-in 
Je - susthroug-hHis 



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L()rd; 
blest, 
birth, 



Hail, 

Prav 

Bv 



mod- el of 
that the fires 
ho - ly p&D ■ 



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of 
er 



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the Wo: 



mil - I 

char - i 

ty to 



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ty, Chaste 
- iy May 
wean . Our 



Moth 

burn 

hearts 



er of 
with - in 
from thing-s 

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the 
our 
of 



ord. 
breast, 
earth. 



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The Presentation of our Lord.- 
Obedience. 






The Finding of our Lord- 
Love of His service. 
Most holy Virgin, maiden mild, 5. By thy dear Son, restored to thee, 

Obtain for us, we pray. This grace for us implore, 

To imitate thy holy Child To serve our Lord more faithfully. 

By striving to obey. And love Him more and more. 

Concluding- verse. 
fi. Queen of the holy Rosary, 

With tender love look down, 
And bless the hearts that offer thee 
This chaplet for thy crown . 

The Annunciation —Humility. 
. The Visitation — Charity . 
. The Birth of our Lord — Poverty. 
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Most Holy Rosary. 

Sorrowful Mysteries. 



120. 



^'■ ' ' 7 ^in 



171 



Rev.R.B.SANKEY. 



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* 1. Lord, 

* 2. Sweet 

* 3. Bv 



^ 



^ 



^^ 



by Thy prayer in 

Sav-iour, Who didst 

the sharp thorns so 



bear 
meek 

I 



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r 

o - nv 
for me The 
ly borne, And 



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rr 



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01 - iv'^ - et 



scourge's pain in 
scoffs and buf- fpts 



7^ 

lone, 

tense, 
rude, 



Teach us to pro;/, re 

Help me to fly all 

Teach us to bear all 



n>i r f f \ f \ i\ i n j-j 



s 



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say 'Th}' will be 

mor - ti - fy each 

ho - ly for - ti 

i-. — Jv 



g-ned like Thee, And 

lux - u - ry, And 

pain and scorn With 



done, 
sense. 
tude. 



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r r r^ 

T/ie Carrying of the Cross - 

Patience. 

V. Lord, by Thy Cross'Thy people spare, 

And on us pity take. 

Help us our daily cross to bear 

W\i]\ patience for Thy sake. 



The Crvcifixion - 
Set f- sacrifice. 
5.0 Jesus, Victim for man's fall, 
Lamb slain on Calvary, 
Accept henceforth our lives, our all, 
In sacrifice to Thee . 



^ 2. 
* 3. 



Concluding verse . 
6. Queen of the holy Rosary, 

With tender love look down, 
And bless the hearts that offer thee 
This chaplet for thy crown. 

The Agony of our Lord — Prayer. 

The Scourging —Mortification. 

The Crowning with Thorns —Fortitude. 



•172 



Most Holy Rosary. 

Glorious Mysteries. 



121 



I 



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p 



J J n I J 



Rev. R.B. SANKEY. 



; ' f ^ r r 

* 1. /All hail, great Con - que 

* 3. To heaven Thou dost as 

* 3 . Ho - ly Ghost, Who 



m 



ror, to Thee, A - 
cend a - g-ain. Sweet 
didst de-scend In 




ris - en from the 
Sav-iour of our 
clo - ven tong-ues of 



race, 
fire, 



Grant 

With 

Our 



us the light of 

hope our faint - ing" 

souls, which all too 




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The Coronation of our Lady.- 

PerseDcvance. 

All-gracious Queen of Angels,deign 

Our last request to hear, 
For us this crowning gift obtain - 
The grace to persevere . 

Concluding verse. 
Queen of the holy Rosary, 

With tender love look down, 
And bless the hearts that offer thee 

This chaplet for thy crown. 

The Resurrection -Faith . 

The J{scension-Hope. 

The Descent of the Holy Ghost - Zeal for souls. 



The Assuinptwn — 
Devotion to our Lady. 
4.^Mother of God, enthroned above, 5, 
Beseech thy Son anew. 
To fill our hearts with childlike love 
For thee our Mother too . 



* 2. 

* 3. 



6. 



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S. Patrick. 

Patron of Ireland. 



122 



17*-i 

From "Trier Gesangbuch"(i872) 

Harmonised by 
C. RAYMOND-BARKER, S.J. 



1. yHail, glo-rious Saint 

2. Hail, g^lo-rious Saint 

3. mf \n the, war a - g-ainst 



Fa-trick, 
Pa-trick, 
sin, 



1 



J J J |J-J pr^ 

r r r r^r r ' r (=r 



dear 
thy 
in the 



Saint of our 

words were once 

fierht for the 



SS 



i' i; ; i' N^' i' 



for the 



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lr,!.j ' ^^ " ^ l ' 



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^T 



isle! On us, thy poor chil-dren, 
strong- A - g-ainst Sa- tan's wiles and 



be 



m 



faith, irDear Saint, may thy 



i 



chil-dren 



stow a s-w'eet 
her - e - tic 
sist to the 

i 



smile; 

throng-; 

death; 



n . J J 



r r r If r r ' r r r 




And 
Not 



now thou 

less in 



§^ 



^fay theii; strength be 



art 
thy 
in 



hig-h in the 
might now in 
meek-ness, in 



^ 



man-sions 
heav - en 
pe - nance. 



a - 

thou 
and 



^ 



i 



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m 



bove. On 

art,df'm.Oh, 

prayer. Their 



# 



E - rin's green valleys look down in thy 

come to our aid, in our bat -tie take 

ban-ner the cross i which they glo - rv to 



JU^ 



il 



y 



A i 



love. 
part, 
bear. 



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^r-nifThy people, now exiles on many a shore, 

Shall love and revere thee till time be no more, 
cres And the, fire thou hast kindled shall ever burn bright, 

Its warmth undiminished, undying- its light. 
5. lEver, bless and defend the sweet land of our birth, 

^here the, shamrock still blooms as when thou wast on earth, 
And our, hearts shall yet burn.wheresoever we roam, 

For God and Saint Patrick and our native home. 



174 



123 



S. Joseph. 



Patronage of S. Joseph . 

From "Trier Gesan^buch"(lS72) 

Harmonised h If 
C.RAVMOND-BARKER, S.J. 



I. ?/j/"Dear 
Z. c;/'5'.For 
3. /O 



s: 



J J J 



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f r r 

bus - band of 
thou to the 

bless - cd Saint 



^m 



Ma 

pil 
Jo 

I 



ryl 
g-rim 
seph! 

I 



P 



dear 

art 

how 



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nurse 


of 


her 


Child! 


Life's 


wavs 


are 


full 


fa - 


ther 


and 


guide, 


And 


J^' - 


sus 


and 


great 


was 


thv 


wor.th, 


The 


one 


chos 


- en 


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m 


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des - ert 
saf(^ by 

God up 



m 



wi -a - r y 
M.-i - ry 
shad - ow 



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the 
f.'lt 



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^ 



thy 
on 



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wild; 

side; 
earth. 



ni 



^^^^^^^ 



Bleak 

Ah, 

The 



m^m 



sands are all 
bless - ed Saint 
fa - ther of 



round us, no 
Jo - seph, how 
Je - sus! Ah, 



^ 



home can we 
safe I should 
then wilt thou 



i 



ouse of our La-dv, we lean up - on thee. 



see; Sweet spouse of our 
be, Sweet spouse of our 
be, Sweet spouse of our 



La - (]y, we 

La-dy, if 

La-dy, a 

J J 



lean up - on 
thou wert with 
fa - ther to 




4.^ Thou hast not forgotten the long dreary road, 

When Marj' took turns with thee bearing thy God; 
cres.Yet light was that burden, none lighter could be: 

Sweet spouse of our Lady, Oh, canst tho"*! bear me? 

.■». When the, treasures of God .were un sheltered on earth, 
Safe keeping was found for them both in thy worth; 
father of Jesus, be father to me, 

Sweet spouse of our Lady, and I will love thee. 

6. God chose thee for Jesus and Mary; wilt thou 
Forgive a poor exile for choosing thee now ? 
There is. no saint in heaven I worship like thee; 
Sweet spouse of our Lady, Ah, deign to love me! 



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S.Joseph. 

Patron of the Catholic church. 



VIA.. 



% 



H. WHITEHEAD. 



i.w/Hail! 
2. Hail! 
:i. Hail! 



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r — r 



i 



¥ 



ho : 
ho - 
ho - 



^ 



\\ Jo - seph, 
ly Jo - seph, 
Iv J9 - seph, 



h'ail! 
hail! 
hail! 



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k 



Hus - 

Fa - 

Prince 



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r^ 



band of Ma 
ther of Christ 
of the house 



rr 



hail! Chaste as the 

teemed, Fa - ther be 

God, May His best 




m 



lil- y 
thou to 



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E - den's peace - ful 
Fos - ter - Son re 
thy sweet hands be 

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vale, 
deemed, 
stowed. 



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V 



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Hail! holy Joseph, hail! 

Comrade of angels, hail! 
Cheer thou the hearts that faint, 

And guide the steps that fail. 
Hail! holy Joseph, hail! 

Gods choice wast thou alone; 
To thee the Word made flesh 

Was subject as a son. 
Hail! holy Joseph, hail! 

Teach us our flesh to tame,- 
And, Mary, keep the hearts 

That love thy husband s name . 
Mother of Jesus! bless. 

And bless, ye saints on high, 
All meek and simple souls 

That to Saint Joseph cry. 



S. Benedict. 

Sancte Benedicte, ora fro nobis. 



177 



EDMONDS TOZER. 



125, 




the ^loom Of 



the long 



2. King's, with thy wis-dom in their hearts,dear saint, Have grown more 

3. O Be-ne-dict! thy special gifts are peace, Free-dom of 



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r ' ir r ' r^ ^^ 



f 



m 



past, how 

roy - al 

heart and 

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beau-ti - ful thou art! 
'neath thy Christ-like rule; 
sweet sim-plic - i - ty. 



^ 



And still, dear 
And when the 
They fail not 



^ 



saint! 
earth 
with 



the 

with 

the 

i 



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f 



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wea-ry na-tions 
ig'-norancewas 
ag 

J 



es but in 



^ 



To drink from out thine un-ex-haust-ed 

Learning found shelter in thy tranquil 

- -, As thine own grac-es grewof old in 



come 

faint, 

crease 



heart, 
school, 
thee. 



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As thine, that was far wider than the world;- 
Hearts by incessant labor sanctified, 

Yet with the peace of prayer within them furled. 

5. Thou art the Christian Abraham, -to thee, 

Saint of insatiate love! thy God hath given, 
For thy grand faith, a sainted family 

Countless as are the crowded stars in heaven. 

6. Kind shepherd! send us with thy pastoral love 

Across the mountains to our heavenly rest; 
Father! we see thee beckoning from above; — 
We come! we come! to bless thee, and be blest. 



178 



SS. Peter and Paul, 

Decora lux (Ctcrnitatis aiiream . 



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By those two martyrs^ glorious blood; 
Earths best and fairest cities bow, 
By their superior claims subdued. 

5. /For thou alone art worth them all, 

City of martyrs! thou alone 
Canst cheer our pilgrim hearts, and call 
The Saviour's sheep to Peter s throne. 

6. /All honor, power, and praise be given 



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For endless, endless years in heaven, 
' One only God in Trinity. 



S. Peter. 

Si vis patronum quaerere. 



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2. Firmrockwhereonthe Church is basedlPil - lar that can-not bond! 

3. Oh.worshippedbvall Chris-ten-riom!Herrealms inpeace maintain; 

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With streng"th en- due us, and the Faith Fromher-e - sy df - fend. 
L^t no con-ta-g-ion sapherstreng-th.No dis-cordrend ip twain. 

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Oer death, oer hell, o'er Satan's power, 
Gain us the victory. 

Blest holder, Ǥc. 

5. /Praise to the Lord and Father be; 
) Praise to the Son Who rose; 

omson < Praise to the Spirit Paraclete; 
/ While age on ages flows. 
^ Blest holder, <fec. 



180 



S.' Anthony of Padua. 



Si queer is. 



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To the Holy Ghost resplendent, 
One in Three -Three in One; 
Praise we Father, Son and Spirit 
While eternal ages run. 
tmo lines in last sta?iza are repeated. 



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S. Anthony of Padua 



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3.Young"andold are ev-ersinj^nnijPrais-es to Saint 
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Glory be to God the Father 
And to His co-equal Son; 

To the Holy Ghost resplendent, 
One in Three —Three in One; 

Praise we Father, Son and Spirit 
While eternal ages run. 



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NovuH athleta Domini. 



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grace sus-tain-ing With the fire that in-ward g-lows. 



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4.»j/'Lo, his arms of heavenly temper— S^Sing- we to the Triune Godhead, 



Honor, glory, power and praise; 
iMay He,at our fathers pleadings, 

Deign his children's souls to raise, 
fCleansed and perfect, 

To His reig-n of endless days. 
The penultimate line in each stanza is repeated. 



Words and signs of wondrous power, ^j 
Prayers of love, and tears of pity, 

Whilst his warrior children bore 
His commission, 

Onward still from shore to shore. 



184 



S. Francis of Assisi. 



130. 



Patron Of Franciscan Tertiaries. 



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How to mourn for every sin; 
May we walk in thy dear footsteps 
c?'es. Till the crown of life we win . 
ffif Bless thy children^ holy Francis! 

With those wounded hands of thine, 
cr*?*-. From thy g-lorious throne in heaven, 
Where resplendently they shine. 



186 



S.John the Evangelist 

Saint of the sacred Heart. 



Rt. Rev. M or. Canon HALL. 



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His Mother and His Heart! 
O teach me, then, dear Saint! 

The secrets Christ taught thee! 
The beatings of His Heart, 

And how it beat for me ! 



All Saints. 

Placnre, Christr, servulis. 



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Oh, call us to our native land. 
From this our exile, back again. 

5. And ye, choirs of Virgins chaste, 

Receive us to your seats on high; 
With Hermits whom the desert waste 
Sent up of old into the sky. 

6. Drive from the flock, spirits blest, 

The false and faithless race away; 
That all within one fold may rest 

Secure beneath one Shepherds sway. 
To God the Father glory be, 

And to His sole-begotten Son: 
And glory, Holy Ghost, to Thee 

While everlasting ages run . 



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5. ^^^And, still deeper in, Marys splendor is seen, 
cres. Her beautiful self and her choice starry crown; 

And all, heaven grows bright in the smile of its Queen, 
JFor the, glory of Jesus illumines her throne . 

6. wj/'And oh, if the exiles of earth could but win 

One sight of the beauty of Jesus above, 
crgg- Jrom that, hour they would cease to be able to sin, 
/ And earth would be heaven; for heaven is ^ove. 
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cres.Oh.^ the future glory! 
f Oh, the loveliness! 



All Saints 

The joij.s of heaven. 



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A. EDMONDS TOZER. 




135 



1. y* Who can paint that lovp-ly cit - y, Cit - y of true 

2. There no sun his cir-cuit whei4-eth; There no moon or 
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There with them the praise to sing 
Of my beauteous God and King. 



193 



.The Holy Souls. 

Requiem ceternam dona eis, Domine. 



S. WEBBE, Junr. 



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Oh,by their patience of delay, 
Their hope amid their pain, 

Their sacred zeal to burn away 
Disfigurement and stain; 

Oh,by their fire of love, notless 
In keenness than the flame. 

Oh, by their very helplessness, 
Oh,by Thy ow^n great Name. 

Good Jesu, help! sweet Jesu, aid 
The souls to Thee most dear. 

In prison, for the debt unpaid 
Of sins committed here. 



The Holy Souls 

Fidelium animce. 



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love them , For they are touched with rays 

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Has left our heart less lone-ly. 



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Through them begins to woo us; 
Love, that was earthly, wings 

Its flight to holier places; 
The dead are sacred things 

That multiply our graces . 



With grudging sighs we gave you, 
To Him-be doubts forgiven !- 

Who took you there to save you: 
Now get us grace to love 

Your memories yet more kindly; 
Pine for our homes above. 

And trust to God more blindly. 



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The Holy Souls 

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And fill them with peace, 

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Mother of mercy! 

Dear soother in grief! 
Lend thou to their torments 

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All ye who would honor 

The Saints and their Head, 
Remember, remember 

To pray for the dead ; 
And they, in return, 

.From their misery freed, 
To you will be friends 

In the hour of need . 



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The Holy Souls. 

To our Lady of the holy souls. 



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An ag-e while glory is delayed. 

Mary, let thy Son no more 

His li ngering spouses thus expect: 

Gods children to their God restore, 
And to the Spirit His elect. 

Pray, then, as thou hast ever prayed; 

Angels and souls, all look to thee; 
God waits thy prayers, for He hath made 

Those prayers His law of charity. 



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By Thy meek suffering- and shame, 

Preserve these souls from cruel flame. 

Miserere, Domine. 



* 1. Cantors. 
*2. Unison. 

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Canto7's. 
By sweat of Blood and crown of thorn, 
B}" Cross to Calvary meekly borne, 
Be Thou to them Salvation's horn. 
Miserere, Domine. 

Unison. 
By Thy five Wounds and seven cries, 
By pierced Heart and g-lazing- Eyes 
By Thy dread awful Sacrifice. 
Miserere, Domine. 

Boys. 
When here below are lifted up 

The sacred Host and blessed Cup, 

Soon with Thee,Lord,may each one sup. 

Miserere, Domine. 

Solo. 
By Raphael's powers and Michael's might, 

By all the ordered ranks of light. 
Battalions of the Infinite. 

Miserere, Domine. 

Canto y^s. 
By Martyrs' pangs and triumph-palm: 

By Saints' strong faith, confessors'psalmj 
By Mary's name, like Gilead's balm. 
Miserere, Domine. 

Unison. 
These souls forlorn. Redeemer blest, 

Never denied Thee, but confest; 
Grant them at last eternal rest. 
Miserere, Domine. 

Boys. 
On earth they failed from day to day. 

Oft stumbling in the narrow way, 
Yet put their trust in Thee for aye . 
Miserere, Domine. 
Solo. 
Let their chill desolation cease. 

Thy mercy shed and give release, 
Then grant them everlasting peace. 
Miserere, Domine. 



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Cantors. 
Here months and years now come and go, 
With summer gleam and winter snow: 
Let fall Thy dew and g-race bestow. 
Miserere, Domine. 

Unison. 
Flowers fade and wither, such their doom, 

Men fail and find the gaping tomb, 
With Thee Thy gardens ever bloom. 
Miserere, Domine. 
Boys. 
Vision of peace so calm and bright, 
After a long and darksome night. 
Clothe them with everlasting light. 
Miserere, Domine. 
Solo. 
For these poor souls who may not pray. 

For gone is their probation-day. 
We plead Thy Cross and humbly say,_ 
Miserere, Domine. 
Cantors. 
Remember all their sighs and tears. 

One day with Thee a thousand years. 
Give peace, O Lord, and calm their fears. 
Miserere, Domine. 
Unison. 
As pants the hart for cooling spring. 

As bird flies home with wearied wing. 
Homeward they turn; Lord,homeward brings 
Miserere, Domine. 



Jesus for Thee they keenly long 

To company with saintly throng. 

And ransomed sing the glad new song. 

Miserere, Domine. 

Solo. 

May they with saints in glory shine, 

Joined with angelic orders nine. 
Link them with Thee in joys divine. 
Miserere, Domine. 



Unison. 
Enter may they through heaven's door. 

To walk in white on yonder shore. 
For ever. Lord, for evermore. 
Miserere, Domine. 

This metrical litany can be appropriately sung before Benediction at the De- 
votions for the holy souls duritig the month of November. 



200 



Feasts of Apostles 



Aeterna Christi tnunera . 



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In these the will of God the Son; 
In these exults the Holy Ghost; 

Throug-h these rejoice the heavenly host. 

5. ??j/'Redeemer, hear us of Thy love, 

That, with the glorious band above, 
cres.Hereafter, of Thine endless grace, 

Thy servants also may have place . 



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From sins disease dtir souls restore; 
In good confirm us more and more. 

5. jjpSo when the world is at its end, 

And Christ to judgment shall descend, 
cr^6'.May we be called those joys to see 
Prepared from all eternity. 

6. /Praise to the Father, with the Son, 
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cres.With its commandment also gives 
The strength to will and do. 

5. w/This law with faithful pen 

Ye wrote, O scribes of God! 
Preached it by holiest word and deed, 
And sealed it with your blood. 

6 . 0, may that Spirit blest 

Who touched your lips with fire, 
Those same eternal words of life 
Deep in our hearts inspire ! 



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beata beatorum. 



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5. By contempt of worldly pleasures 

And by mighty battles done, 
Have they merited with angels 
To be knit for aye in one. 

6. wj/" Wherefore made coheirs of glory, 

Ye that sit with Christ on high, 
dim. Join to ours your supplications, 

As for grace and peace we cry. 

7. p That this weary life completed 

And its transient labors past, 
cres. We may merit to be seated 

In our Lords bright home at last. 



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Feasts of Martyrs 



Sanctorum meritis inclyta gaudia. 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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Unmurmuring they met their cruel fate,- 
For conscious innocence their souls upheld. 
In patient virtue great. 

5. ^What tongue those joys, Jesus, can disclose, 
Unisonn ^^i^h for Thy martyr'd Saints Thou dost prepare! 

i Happy who in Thy pains, thrice h^ppy those 
\ Who in Thy glory share! 

6. j»Our faults, our sins, our miseries remove, 

Great Deity supreme, immortal King! 
cr<?5,Grant us Thy peace, grant us Thine endless love 
f In endless life to sing. 

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146. 



Feasts of Martyrs. 

JJeuH tuorum militum. 



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5,^To God the Father,' with the Son, 
And Holy Spirit, Three in One, 
Be praise and glory evermore. 
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Feasts of Martyrs. 

Fideles usque ad mortem. 



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Feasts of Martyrs. 

Deus tuorum militum . 



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dared to pour, „^«''°And thence hath joy for ev - er-more. 

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4. JO We therefore pray Thee, full of love, 
Regard us from Thy throne above: 
On this Thy Mart3^r's triumph-day, 
Wash every stain of sin away. 

S.nif Father, that we ask be done. 

Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son 
C7-e,s.Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 
y Doth live and reign eternally. 



208 Feasts of Martyrs or Confessors, 



Rex gloriose Marty mm. 



149. 



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3. By 

3. /"Thou 



Thou, the Mar-tyrs' 
all the praise Thy 
dost a - mid Thy 



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all the pains in 



crown and prize; 
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les-tial bring Those who the joys of earth de-spise. 
they have done.vc Hear Thou Thy sup-pliant peo-ple's cry. 
in Thy sight, And in Thy sa- cred pres-ence live. 



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4. /To God the Father and the Son 
. ^J All honor, glory, praise be given, 
Hmsonjji^.^^^ Thee, O holy Paraclete, 

\ Henceforth by all in earth and heaven. 



J. F. <& B. '272.5- 



Feasts of Confessors, 



Jesn, corona celsior. 



209 



V. NOVELLO. 



150. 



1. rnf Re - deem - er, blest of all who live! Th 



?7lf Re - deem - er, blest of 

2. /"This day the ho - ly 

3. This day a - mid the 



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4. Thee, Jesu, his all gracious Lord, 

Confessing to the last, 
He trod beneath him Satan's fraud, 
And stood for ever fast. 

5. p Oh, grant us in his steps to walk. 

His holy life to live; 
And by the virtue of his prayers 
Thy people's sins forgive. 

Glory to Thee, all gracious Lord, 
Praise to the Father be; 

Praise to the Spirit Paraclete, 
Through all eternity. 



Unisonff< 



210 



151. 



Feasts of Virgins. 

Jesu corona virginum. 



H. C. NIXON. 



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1. f Thou Crown of all the vir - gin choir, That 

^.nif En - cir - cled by Thy vir - gin band, A - 

3. And still, where - ev - er Thou dost bend Thy 

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4. p Keep us, Purity divine. 

From every least corruption free; 
Our every sense from sin refine, 
And purify our souls for Thee. 

5. /To Gpd the Father and the Son, 
A/«/<j«>; /¥-) ^^^ honor, glory, praise be given, 

^^^'■^^With Thee, O holy Paraclete, 

\ Henceforth by all in earth and heaven. 
J.9.A B. 2725- 



152 



Feasts of Holy Women. 



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Fortem virilipectore. 



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4. j» Christ, the strength of all the strong, 
To Whom our holiest deeds belong! 
Through hef prevailing prayers on high, 
In mercy hear Thy people's ery! 

o. ^To God the Father, with the Son, 
And Holy Spirit, Three in One, 
Be glory while the ages flow, 
From all above, and all below. 



212 



Guardian Angel. 



153. 



(First tiinei) 



Angele Dei. 



C. HENDRICK. 



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hear, 
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4. And when, dear spirit, I kneel down, 5. Yes, when I pray thou prayest too. 
Morning and night, to prayer, Thy prayer is all for me; 

Something there is within my heart But when I sleep, thou sleepestnot, 
Which tells me thou art there. But watchest patiently. 

6. Then, for thy sake, dear Angel, now 7. Oh, weary not, but love me still, 

More humble will I be. For Mary's sake, thy Queen; 

dimBui I am weak; and when I fall, cr<?*.She never tired of me, though I 
Oh, weary not of me. Her worst of sons have been. 

8. wj^Then love me, love me, Angel dear, 
And I will love thee more; 
joAnd help me when my soul is cast 
Upon the eternal shore. 

].F.& B. 27 2.^- 



Guardian Angel. 

Angele Dei. 



213 



153 



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(Second tune.) 



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2. Thy beau - ti - ful and shin - \ng face I 

3. But I have felt thee in mv thoughts Fight- 

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4. And when, dear spirit,! kneel down, 5. Yes, when I pray thou prayest too, 
Morning- and night, to prayer, Thy prayer is all for me; 

Something there is within my heart But when I sleep , thou sleepest not. 
Which tells me thou art there. But watchest patiently. 

6. Then, for thy sake, dear Angel, now 7. Oh, weary not, but love me still, 
More humble will I be. For Mary's sake, thy Queen; 

dimBnt I am weak; and when I fall, c/'e*.She never tired of me, thoug-h I 
Oh, weary not of me. Her worst of sons have been. 

8. nif Then love me, love me, Angel dear. 
And I will love thee more; 
j»And help me when my soul is cast 
Upon the eternal shore. 



314 



Guardian Angel. 

Angclice Pat rone. 



154. 



1. :^?j/'Sweet An - gel of 

%.cres.k\\ thanks for thy 

3. Sup - port me in 

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end. 

shame, 



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315 



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With - out thy pro - tec-tion, So con-stant and 

O, cease not to keep me, Blest g^uide of my 

.That safe from temp - ta - tion Or sud-den sur 

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iln the, ways of re - lig - ion And 

I may mount the straig^ht path That as - 

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vir-tue and 

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truth, 
skies. 



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4. j»0 thou who didst witness 

My earliest breath, 
Be with me, I pray at 

The hour of my death; 
Console me in sadness, 

Refresh me in pain; 
And teach me how best 

I may mercy obtain. 

B.cres.That, cleansed by confession 
Complete and sincere, 
From every defilement 
Afflicting me here, 
/"All glowing with love 
I may gladly depart 
With faith on my lips, 

And with hope in my heart. 
6. wj^Nor then do thou leave me, 
Angelical friend! 
But at the tribunal 

Of Judgment attend,- 
And cease not to plead 
ores. For my soul, till forgiven 
Thou bear it aloft 

To the palace of heaven. 



216 



155, 



Guardian Angel. 

Regnator orbis summus et arbiter. 



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3. We 
3. To 

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cope with the 


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Thee the whole u - ni - verse bends! Thou mad-est the 

guar- di - ans sent from on high, Through ev -ery temp- 

hap - ly, un - guard-ed he see, And slay with a 



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world at a 
ta- tion to 
treacher - ous 



word, And still up - on Thee it de - pends. 

guide us, And shield us when dan-ger is nigh; 

blow The souls that were ransomed bv Thee. 



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High praise to the Lord of all might, 
All -holy, all-gracious, all -wise! 

Who sends us his angels of light 
To lure us again to the skies. 



J.F.ife B. 2735- 



156. 



Feasts of Holy Angels. 

Fecit angelos svos ministros. 



217 



F. ARMSTRONG. 




l.y stars of the morning, so g-lo-rious- Ij bright, Filled with ce- 

2. These are Thy min-is-ters, these dost Thou own, Lord God of 

3. These keep the guard a-midst Salem's dearbowers,Thrones,Princi- 



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les - li - al vir- tue and light, These live, where night nev- er 

Sab-ba-oth noar-est Thy throne; These are Thy mes - scng-ers, 

pal- i - ties, Vir-tues, and Powers, Where,with the Liv - ing Ones, 

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fol-low-eth day, Raise the "Tris - ag - i - on" ev- er and aye: 

these dost Thou send, Help of the help-less ones! man to de - fend. 

mvs-tic - al Four, Cher-u - bim, Ser- a - phim, bow and a - dore. 

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4. Then, when the earth was first poised in mid space, 

Then, when the planets first sped on their race, 
cres.Then^ when were ended the six days' employ, 
j^ Then all the Sons of God shouted for joy. 

5.?/^Still let them succor us; still let them fight, 

Lord of angelic hosts, battling for right 5 
ct'es.Till^ where their anthems they ceaselessly pour, 
f/im. We with the Angels may bow and adore. 



318 



Feasts of Holy Angels. 



Angeli Dei in coelo. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



157. 



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l.yMi - chael, prince of 

2. Ga - ibriel.i sil - ver 

3. /We will hon - or, 

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high - est heav - en, 

tongued and glo - rious; 

we will love you, 



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Bless -ed spir-its 

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of our woes; 
more and more: 



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Bless - ed An -gels, 
Our de - vo - tion 

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in thine hon - or Bring we now our meed of thanks, 
gen -tie guard-ians, -Be our aid, re - pel our foes; 
still in- creas-ing. As you fav - ors on us pour,- 



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J. F.<feB.2725- 



219 



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CfesM\^ht - y vie - tor, 

Breathe in - to our 

jST Till with you for 



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hearts your sweet - ness, 

ev - er sing - ing 

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Fill our souls with 

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reign; ^^tfCome and bless us 
vine; May your gra- clous 
strain, God the Fa - ther, 



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with thy pres-ence, Bring with thee thy heavenly train, 
pres-ence ev - er Round your charge pro - tect - ing shine. 
Son, and Spir- it, Where the bless- ed ev - er reign. 



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158, 



Feasts of Holy Angels. 

C/iriste, sanctorum deciis. 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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1. mfO 

3. An 
3. An 



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Christ! the beau - ty of the an - gel 
gel of peace! thou, Michael, from a - 
gel of strengthithou, Ga-bri - el, cast 



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worlds! Of 
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man the Mak-er 

down, a -mid the 

an-cient foes.u 



and Re-deemer blest! ^Grant us 

tem- 



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homes of man to dwell; ^' And 
surp-ers of thy reign-. The 



one day to 
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reach those bright a - 
all their tears and 
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4. And. Raphael, physician of the soul,_ 

Do thou descend from thy pure halls of light, 
To heal our sicknesses, and guide for us 
Each dubious course aright. 

5. Thou, too, fair Virgin daughter of the skies! 

Mother of light, and Queen of peace! descend,- 
Bringing with thee the radiant court of heaven, 
To aid us and defend. 

6. This grace on us bestow, Father blest; 

And Thou, O Son, by an eternal birth: 
With Thee, from Both proceeding, Holy Ghost, 
Whose glory fills the earth. 



Dedication of a Church, 

Coelestis urbs Jerusalem . 



159. 



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1. y je - ru- sa 

3, Thy g-ates a 

3.[/mso/(fThat house on 

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A.E.BAKER. 



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lem, thou cit - y blest! Dear vis- ion 
pearl-y lus-trepour, Thy gates are o-pen 
high_it ey- er ring's With prais-es of the 

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star - ry sky, Piled 
more draw nigh All 
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ev - er-more; 

King of kings; 



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up with liv - ing stones on high, 

who for Christ have dared to die; 

hvmn ithe e, -ter - nal One and Trine; 

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as a bride, en - 
smit with love of 
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cir - cled bright \yith mil - lion an - gel- forms of light, 
their dear Lord,;^Have pains en-dured and joys ab-horred. A - men. 
strain pro -long, '^ And faint -ly ech - o_^ Si - on's song. 



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To God the Father, glory due 

Be paid by all the heavenly host; 
Unison ff)^^^ ^^ His only Son most true; 

•^-^^ With Thee, mighty Holy Ghost! 

To Whom praise, power, and blessing be 
Through the ages of eternity. 



232 



Dedication of a Church, 

Alto ex Olympi vertice. 



160 



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1. yProm high - est heaven, the 

2. That house on high,— it 
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vis - i - ble! With 



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scend-ing like that mys-tic stone Cut from a mount -ain 

prais - es of the King of kings; For - ev - er there, on 

Thy pure light this tem-ple fill: Hith - er, oft as in ■ 

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with - out hands, Came 
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voked, de-scend; Here 


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hymn ,the e,- ter - nal 

to Thy peo-ple's 

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One and 

prayer at - 


lands; 
Trine; 
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t. Here may the Faithful, day for day, 

Their hearts' adoring homage pay; 

And here receive from Thy dear love 

The blessings of that home above; 

ere^.Till loosenedfrom this mortal chain, 

f Its everlasting joys they gain. 

To God the Father, glory due 

Be paid by all the heavenly host; 

And to His only Son most true; 

With Thee, mighty Holy Ghost! 

To Whom praise, power, and blessing be, 
jThrough the, ages of eternity. 



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161 



General Hymns 

Our mofit holy Redeemer. 



S. P. WADDINGTON. 




yCrown Him with man-y crowns, The Lamb up - on ms 

2. Crown Him the Vir-g-ln's Son, The God in-car-nate 

3. Crown Him the Lord of love, Be- hold His Hands and 

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Whose power a sceptre sways 
From pole to pole, that wars may cease. 

Absorbed in prayer and praise; 
His reign shall know no end, 
f/im. And round His pierced Feet 
ct'esFair flowers of Paradise extend 
Their fragrance ever sweet. 



General Hymns, 

Gloria in altisHimis. 



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to the fight And to the res - cue came. 

g"ainst their foe, ^Should strive and should pre - vail. 



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Should flesh and blood refine, 
joGod's presence, and His very self, 
And essence all divine. 
o.n^O generous love! that He, Who smote 

In man for man the foe, 
c/un.The double agony in man 

For man should undergo; 
6. joAnd in the garden secretly', 
And on the Cross on high, 
Should teach His brethren and inspire 

To suffer and to die. 
Praise to the Holiest in the height, 

And in the depth be praise; 
In all His words most wonderful, 
Most sure in all His wavs. 



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336 



General Hymns. 

Laudetur Jesus Christus. 



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dell: May Je-sus Christ be praised! Oh, hark to what it sing's As 

say: May Je-sus Christ be praised! And at your work re - joice To 



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rings; May Je - sus Christ be praised! 
voice. May Je - sus Christ be praised! 




4. Be this at meals your grace, 
In every time and place: 

May Jesus Christ be praised! 
Be this, when day is past. 

Of all your thoughts the last: 
May Jesus Christ be praised! 



5. To God, the Word, on high 
The hosts of angels cry, 

May Jesus Christ be praised! 
Let children too upraise 

Their voice in hymns of praise,- 
May Jesus Christ be praised! 



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Let earth's wide circle round 
In joyful notes resound: 

May Jesus Christ be praised! 
Let air, and sea, and sky, 

Through depth and height reply, 
May Jesus Christ be praised! 



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General Hymns 

Urbs Sion aurea. 



237 

A. E. BAKER. 



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The home of God's elect! 
O sweet and blessed country 
That eager hearts expect! 
jojesu, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest,- 
cres.Who art, with God the Father, 
And Spirit, ever blest. 



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General Hymns 



bmiapatriu. 



165. 



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The Lamb is all thy splendor; The Cru-ci-fied thy praise; 

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ransomed peo-ple raise, 
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Thou hast no time, bright day! 
Dear fountain of refreshment 

To pilgrims far away! 
Upon the Rock of ages 

They raise thy holy tower; 
Thine is the victor's laurel, 

And thine the golden dower. 

5. O sweet and blessed country, 
The home of God's elect! 
sweet and blessed country 
That eager hearts expect! 
jojesu, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest,- 
cresNJ\vo art, with God the Father 
And Spirit, ever blest. 



330 



General Hymns, 

Mora nomssima. 



166. 



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happy, holy portion, 

Refection for the blest, 
True vision of true beauty, 

True cure of the distrest! 
Strive, man, to win that glory; 

Toil, man, to gain that light; 
Send hope before to grasp, it, 

Till hope be lost in sight. 

sweet and blessed country, 

The home of God's elect! 
sweet and blessed country 
That eager hearts expect! 
j»Jesu, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest; 
cre^.Who art, with God the Father 
And Spirit, ever blest. 



232 



General Hymns. 

Jerusalem luminosa. 



167. 



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Fragile body, shall thou be, 

When endued with so much beauty 
Full of health, and strong and free, 

Full of vigor, full of pleasure 
That shall last eternally! 

Now with gladness, now with courage, 

Bear the burden on thee laid, 
That hereafter these thy labors 
- May with endless gifts be paid, 
And in everlasting glory 

Thou with brightness be arrayed. 

Laud and honor to the Father, 
Laud and honor to the Son, 

Laud and honor to the Spirit, 
Ever Three and ever One, 

Consubstantial, co-eternal, 
While unending ages run. 



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168 



General Hymns. 

.„. ,. , Paradise. 

(First tune.) 



Dr. RE. GLADSTONE. 
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1. n^fO Para-dise! O 

2. n^O Para-dise! 

3. nfO Para-^ise! O 



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1.-3.0 Para-dise! O Pa^ - radise! 



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I greatly long to see ^. I feel 'twill not be long; 

The special place my dearest Lord /Patience! I almost think I hear 
In love prepares for me; Faint fragments of thy song; 

Where loyal <fec. Where loyal &c. 

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General Hymns. 

Paradise. 
(Second tune.) 



168. 



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R.A.TURTON. 



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2. t^fO Pa-radise! O Pa- radise!^Tis wea-rv wait- ing 

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Where loyal &c. 



Faint fragments of thy song^ 
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General Hymns 

Voces angelorum. 



169. 




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2. joDark - er than night life's 

3. On - ward we go, for 



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round us, And like be- night- ed men we miss our mark; 
sing -ing, "Come,wea - ry souls, for Je-sus bids you come;' 



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The voice of Jesus sounds o^er land and seaj 
dim.kr\A laden souls, by thousandsmeekly stealing, 

Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee. 
/"Angels of Jesus, &q. 

5. joRest comes at length: though life be long and dreary, 
ores. The day must dawn, the darksome night be past; 

All journeys end in welcome to the weary, 
f And heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last. 
Angels of Jesus, <&c. 

6. Angels, sing on, your faithful watches keeping, 

Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; 
</m.While we toil on, and soothe ourselves with weeping, 
ores. Till life's long night shall break in endless love, 
j^ Angels of Jesus, &c. 



238 



(reneral Hymns. 

quanta qualia sunt ilia sabbata. 



170. 



1. /Oh, what the 

Z.me?iofWhaX are the 

3. Tru - ly Je 



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peace and the 
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joy that they 
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4. We, where no troubles distraction can bring-, 

Safely the anthems of Sion shall sing- 
^.-.^.While for Thy grace, Lord, their voices of praise 
Thy blessed people eternally raise. 

5. /-/There dawns no sabbath, _ no sabbath is o'er, 
Umso?d '^^°^^ sabbath-keepers have one, and no more- 

iOne and unending is that triumph-song 
V^ Which to the angels and us shall belong. 
6.;^^^Now in the meanwhile, with hearts raised on high. 
We for that country must yearn and must sigh; 
Seeking Jerusalem, dear native land. 

Through our long exile on Babylon^s strand. 
7. JO Low before Him with our praises we fall 

e..*^Of Whom, the Father,, and in Whom, the Son; 
/ Through Whom, the Spirit, with Them ever One. 



340 



General Hymns. 

The Soldiers of Christ. 



111. 



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The Soldiers of Christ. 

(Second t7uie.) 
Unison. 



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2. We must stand to our co - lors like men; Our 

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Jesus is God. 



172 



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H. WHITEHEAD. 



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Who His di-vin - i - tv blaspheme To their un-fail-ing" 



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And pain and every ill,- 
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His glory to fulfil; 
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To speak one little word, 
If by our Credo we might own 
The Godhead of our Lord. 



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General Hymns 

God bless our Pope. 



173 



Unison. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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neath the A-post-les' crown- ing" dome, From pil-grims'lips that 
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wave har - mo-nious stretch-es forth. Yet strikes no chord more 



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till it fills With ech - oes sweet the sev - en hills — 
true to Rome's Than rings with- in our hearts and homes— 




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That speak along the magic wire, 
From home to home, from heart to heart. 
These words of countless children dart- 
God bless our Pope, the great, the good! 

5. To homes and hearts of Saints above. 

Which linked with ours in thought and love, 
Repeating, bless the pilgrims' strain, 
. As showers enrich with borrowed rain- 
God bless our Pope, the great, the good! 



The fast line is always repeated. 



246 



General Hymns 

Fidelis ad mortem. 



174. 






(First tune.) 
Unison. 



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2. Our fa-thers chained in pris 

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How sweet would be their 
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they, like them, could die for thee! 

land shall then in - deed be free. 



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And preach thee too, as love knows how, 

By kindly words and virtuous life. 

Faith of our fathers! &c. 



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174 



General Hymns. 



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Fidelis ad mortem. 



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1. Faith of 
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win ourcountry back to thee;AndthroughthetruththatcomesfromGod, CAir 

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they like them could die for thee! 
land shall then in-deed be free. 

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will be true to thee till death, We' will be true to thee till dpath. 

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Both friend and foe in all our strife: 

And preach thee too, as love knows how, 

By kindly wo«^ds and virtuous life. 

Faith of our fathers! <fec. 



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174. 






FideliH ad mortem. 
(Third tune .) Utiison (ad lib.). 



GERMAN (1669)., 
Harmonised bu J. C Bomen. 



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1. Faith of our fa- thers! liv - ing still, In spite of 

2. Our fathers chained in pris-ons dark Were still in 

3. Faith of our fa - thers! Ma - rv's prayers shall win our 

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heart and conscience free ; Howsweetwould be their chil-dren's fa'te^ 

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Both friend and foe in all our strife: 

And preach thee too, as love knows how, 

B}^ kindly words and virtuous life. 

Faith of our fathers! <fec. 



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174. 



General Hymns 

Fidelis ad mortem. 



(Fourth tune.) 

With much feeling*. 



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2. Our fa-thers chained in pris - ons dark, 

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Were still in heart and con-science free: 
Shall win our coun-trv back to thee: 



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How sweet would be their 
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chil - dren's fate 
comes from God 



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If they, like them, could 
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By kindly words and virtuous life. 

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175. 



General Hymns 

Tu Trijiitatis unitatis. 



R.A.TTIRTON. 



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1. nif Ro- \y 

Z.piuf Light of 
3. joLight of 



God-hoad, One in Three, 
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cres.With the Saints hereafter we 
f Hope to bear the palm. 



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General Hymns 

Jesus nostra redemptio . 



176. 



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By mercy all divine,- 
And comfort with Thy presence 
The hearts that for Thee pine. 

5.w^Be Thou our joy, Jesus'. 

In Whom our prize Ave see,- 
cr<?6-.Always, through all the ages, 
f In Thee our glory be. 



254 



General Hymns. 



Come to Jesus. 



111. 



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3. Was there ev - er 

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Are more felt than up in heaven; And more g"races for the gfood; 

There is no place where earth's failings There is mercy with the Saviour; 
Have such kindly judgment given. There is healing in His Blood. 

6. For the love of^God is broader 7.^There is plentiful redemption 

Thanthemeasureof man's mind: 5;"\ IntheBloodthat has been shed; 
And the Heart of the Eternal S iThere is joy for all the members 

Is most wonderfullv kind. ^( In the sorrows of the Head. 



8./"If our love were but more simple. 
We should take Him at His word; 
cre.9. And our lives would be all sunshine 
In the sweetness of our Lord. 



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Immense coeli conditor. 



178. 



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4. Grant us the grace, for love of Thee, 
To scorn all vanities below; 
Faith, to detect each falsity; 

And knowledge, Thee alone to know. 

5. j» Father of mercies! hear our cry; 

Hear us, sole begotten Son! 

cres.Who^ with the Holy Ghost most high, 

f Reignest Ayhile endless ages run. 



356 



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Invitation to the sinner. 



179. 



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4. jp Have you sinned as none else in the world have before you? 

,Are yoU| blacker than all other creatures in guilt? 
cres.Oh fear not, oh fear not, the mother that bore you 

Loves you, less than the Saviour Whose Blood you have spilt. 

5. Ch come, then, to Jesus and say how you love Him, 

And swear at His Feet you will keep in His grace,- 
,For one, tear that is shed by a sinner can move Him, 
, And your, sins will drop off in His tender embrace. 
GJ'i/'Then. come to His Feet, and lay open your story 

Of ^sufferjing and sorrow, of guilt and of shame; 
cv-g.s-.fo r the, pardon of sin is the crown of His glory, 
/ ,And the, joy of our Lord to be true to His Name. 



358 



General Hymns. 

Per pacem ad lucent. 



180 




A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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Lord, that life 
flowers should al - ways 
Lord, dear Lord, I 



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be 'A pie 




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a 



e A pleas - ant road; I 

spring Be - neath my feet: I 

plead; Lead me a - right. Though 



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do not ask that 
know too well the 
strength should falt-er, 

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me ♦ Aught of its 

sting . Of things too 

and though heart should bleed, .^'Through peace to 

J J J I I ^^ J J J 



Thou would st take from 
pois - on and the 



load. 

sweet. 

light. 




4. nifl do not ask, Lord, that Thou should'st shed 

Full radiance here; 
cres.Give but a ray of peace that I may tread 
/ Without a fear. 

5. mfl do not ask my cross to understand, 

My way to see; 
cr<?5.Better in darkness just to feel Thy Hand 
And follow Thee. 

6. nif Joy is like restless day; but peace divine 

Like quiet night: 
c?-es.Lead me, Lord, till perfect day shall shine, 
Through peace to light. 
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General Hymns. 

Hymn of S. Stephen the Sabaite. 



259 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



181. 



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1 . p Art thou wea - ry, 

2. jt?Hath He marks to 
3.??/Hath He di - a 



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art thou lan-g"uid, Art thou sore dis 
lead me to Him, If He be my 
dem as mon-arch That His brow a - 



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4; r f r r rr 

& ^Come to mej'saith One, "and com - ing" Be 
^."In His Feet and Hands are wound-prints, And 
,.^ "Yea, a crown, in ver-y sure - ty, j»But 



trest? 

g^uide? 

dorns? 



His 
of 



rest!" 
Side." 
thorns." 



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a 



^ 



4. !^/If I find Him, if I follow, 

What His guerdon here? 

y ,Many; a sorrow, ,many; a labor, 

Many a tear." 

5. ntflf I still hold closely to Him, 

What hath He at last? 
^m«o///"Sorrow vanquisned, labor ended, 
Jordan past." 

6. //|^If I ask Him to receive me. 

Will He say me nay? 
c7'(?5."Not till earth, and not till heaven 
Pass away." 

7. ^//Finding, following, keeping, struggling, 

Is He sure to bless? 
UmsofijST^^Angels, Martyrs, Prophet, Virgins, 
Answer, Yes!" 
The first two lines of each staiizamay be sung altmmateli) by tenors and trebles, 
the full choir always singing the last two lines. 



360 



General Hymns. 

copiosa apnd emn redemptio. 



182 



II 



m 



1. mfWe 
3. ^We 



J 



S. P. WADDINGTON. 



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comt' to Thee, sweet 
come to Thee, sweet 
come to Thee, sweet 



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Sav - iour! 
Sav - iour! 
Sav - iour! 



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"TXT 

Just be-cause we 
None will have us, 
With our brok-en 



P'T 

need Thee 
Lord, but 
faith a 



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None 
sain: J' We 



SO: 

Thee 



need Thee more than 

we want none but 

knowThouwilt for- 



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we do; 

Je - sus 

g"ive us, 



Nor are half so vile or low. 

y*And His g"rare that makes us free. 

Nor up - braid us, nor com - plain. 




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261 



Unison, (ad lib.) 






O boun - ti - ful sal - va-tion! O life e - ter-nal won! 



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O plen - ti - ful re - demp-tion! O Blood of Ma-rv's 






Son! 



M r r 



4. njfWe come to Thee, sweet Saviour! 

For to whom, Lord, can we go? 
O'es.The words of life eternal 

From Thy Lips for ever flow. 
bountiful salvation! &c. 

5. 7t{fWe come to Thee, sweet Saviour! 

We have tried Thee oft before,- 
cres.But now we come more wholly, 

With the heart to love Thee more. 
bountiful salvation! <§c. 

6. pWe come to Thee, sweet Saviour! 

And Thou wilt not ask us why: 
We cannot live without Thee, 

And still less without Thee die. 
O bountiful salvation! &c. 

If this hymn be found too long, the 3^'.^ and 5th .^ttattzas may ^^ omitted. 



362 



183 



General Hymns. 

Audi nos, Hex Christe. 
Choir 07ily 






LEIGH 



f^ 



I. p Christ,ourKing-, g^ive ear! O Lord and Mak-er, hear! And 
Z.n^ O ev- er Three and One, Pro -tect our course be-g^un, And 
3.^;^hy faith-ful guard-ian send, Thy an-g-el who may tend And 



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4: 



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Chorus ill Unison. 



tide our foot -steps lest they stray.) ' 



g'uide our foot -steps lest they stray, 
lead us on our ho - ly way! 
bring us to Thy ho - ly seat. 



Have mer-cy on us, Lord: Have 



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lest they stray. 



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mer- cv on us. Lord, And g'uide our foot-steps 

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4. ^Defend our onward path: 

Protect from hostile wrath, 
And to our land return our feet! 
Have mercy on us, Lord: <fec. 

5. ^/i/'Thy right hand be stretched out, 

Thy left be round-about, 
In every peril that we meet! 
Have mercy on us, Lord: &c. 

6. w(/'And, good Lord, at the last, 

Our many wan (Aerings, past, 
cres.Give us to see Thy realm of light! 
Have mercy on us. Lord: <fec. 

7. ^Glory to God on high 
Uniso)if) Be paid eternally, 

"lAnd laud, and majesty, and might! 
T F cfe B 272y - Have mercy on us. Lord: &c. 



General Hymns, 

Gefiit sacramentato. 



184 






263 



G. F.BRUCE. 



t^ 



tpT 



r trr r , , 

1. /72/' O Je - su Christ, re-member^'hen Thou Shalt come a - g-ain 

2. jo Re-mem-ber then, O Sav-iour, I sup-pli- cate of Thee, 
S.^/z/'Ac-cept, di - vine Re-deem-er, The hom-ag-e of mv praise 



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Up - 
That 



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on the clouds of 
here I bowed be - 
Thou the light and 



heav- en 
fore Thee 
hon - or 

A J 



With all Thv shin-ing train 
Up - on my bend-ed knee 
And g-lo-ry of my days 



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f 

When 
Thai 



ev-ery eye shall 
here I owned Thy 
Thou mv con -so - 



see Thee In De - i - ty re - vealed, 
pres-ence,And did not Thee de - ny, 
la - tion When death is draw-ing nighj 



I'i' i i i ' i V/ i Viff 



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And 

cre^.Be 



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f- 

now up -on this al - tar In si-lenceart con-cealed: 
glo - ri - fied Thy great-ness.Thoughhidfrom hum-an eye. 
Thou my on - ly treas-ure Through all e - ter- ni - ty. 



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264 



General Hymns 

Dilectiis mens mihi. 



185 



, ^ (First tune.) , 



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l.n^Je - sus, gen - tlest 

2. Out be - yond the 

3. nifAs men to their 



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S. P. WADDINGTON. 



Sav 
shin 
g-ar 



iour, 
ing 
dens 



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God of might and power, 

Of the fur - thest star, 

Go to seek sweet flowers. 



Thou Thy - self art 
Thou art ev - er 
In our hearts dear 



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oo 1 


dwell - 


ing 


In 


us 


at 


this 


hour. 


stretch - 


ing 


In - 


fi - 


nite 


- Iv 


far. 


Je - 


sus 


Seeks 


them 


at 


all 


hours. 


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265 



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1 
— & — 


— 


t-q 


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zJzzn 


1 o 1 


r^'' f f r r-^ 

Na-ture can -not 
cre-sYet the hearts of 
Je - sus, g-en-tlest 

. , i i '^ ^ 

iy. iK — -^ — ■ — — (• — 


hold 
chil 
Sav 


Thee, 

dren 

- iour, 

rl 

P 


"r r "r ^ 

[leaven is all 
Hold what world? 
Thou art in 


too 
can 

us 


strait 

- not, 

now,. 

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t '-'f r r ^ 

For Thine end-less 
And the God of 
Fill us full of 


g-lo - r}', 
won- ders 
good- ness 


y^r r / ' 

And Thy ro}- - al 
Loves the low - ly 
Till our hearts o'er 

r 'r f — ^— 


1 o 11 

XT 

State. 

spot. 

- flow. 



4. Pray the prayer within us 
That to heaven shall rise; 
cres.Sing the song that angels 
Sing above the skies. 
wj/'Multiply our graces, 

Chiefly love and fear. 
And, dear Lord, the chiefest, 
Grace to persevere. 



5.piuf Ohy how can we thank Thee 
For a gift like this, 
Gift that truly maketh 

Heaven's eternal bliss? 
Ah, when wilt Thou always 
Make our hearts Thy home? 
cresWe must wait for heaven; 
Then the day will come. 



6. w^/^Now at least we'll keep Thee 

All the time we may; 
But Thy grace and blessing 

We will keep alway. 
When our hearts Thou leavest. 

Worthless though they be. 
Give them to Thy Mother 

To be kept for Thee. 

T/iis hymn is suitable for use after holy Communion. 



S66 



185. 



General Hymns 



Jesus, gentlest Saviour. 



(Second tune.) 
Unison. 



Pere LAMBILLOTTE, S.J, 



it'i ^ rPHUr^ 



1. w/'Je-sus, g-en-tlest Sav-iour, God of might and power, 

2. Out be-yond the shin-ing' Of the fur - thest star, 

3. wjf As men to their gar-dens Go to seek sweet flowers, 

J J-J J , ^- ^- , J J J J ' 



vy-h \f r r M r- r- 1 f f h P 



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Thou Thy- self art dwell -ing In us at this 

Thou art ev - er stretch-ing In - f i - nite - ly 

In our hearts dear Je - sus Seeks them at all 

J J ^ J , ^^- J- J J J-J J 



^>--h f r 



oo. 

hour, 
far. 
hours. 



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m 



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Na-ture can - not hold Thee, Heaven is all too strait 
cres'HeX the hearts of chil - dren Hold what worlds can - not, 
Je - sus, gen - tlest Sav - iour. Thou art in us now; 



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Ji67 




For Thine end 

Anii the God 

us full 



And 
Fill 



less 

of 

of 



glo 
won 
good - 



ders 



And Thy roy - al state 
Loves the low - ly spot 
Till our hearts oVr- flow 



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tuno' 



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Na-ture can -not 
Yet the hearts of 
Je - sus, gen - tlest 

J J J J 



hold 
chil 
Sav 



Thee, 
dren 
iour, 



strait 



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Heaven is all too 

Hold what worlds can - not, 

Thou art in us now; 

J J ^ J , ,Yri- 



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P 



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For Thine end - less 
And the God of 
Fill us full of 

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glo - ry, 
won - ders 
good - ness 



V r 

And Thy roy - al state. 

Loves the low - ly spot. 

Till our hearts o'er - flow. 



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r r r r 



:& 



5./?myOh, how can we thank Thee 
For a gift like this, 
Gift that truly maketh 

Heaven's eternal bliss? 
Ah, when wilt Thou always 
Make our hearts Thy home? 
ores We must wait for heaven; 
Then the day will come. 



4. Pray the prayer within us 
That to heaven shall rise; 
cres.Sing the song that angels 
Sing above the skies. 
w^Multiply our graces, 

Chiefly love and fear. 
And, dear Lord, the chiefest, 
Grace to persevere. 

e.^Now at least we'll keep Thee 
All the time we may,- 
But Thy grace and blessing 

We will keep alway. 
When our hearts Thou leavest, 

Worthless though they be, 
Give them to Thy Mother 
To be kept for Thee. 
T/ie last four lines are repeater/ in each stanza 
This hi/mn is suitable for use after holy Communing 



268 



General Hymns. 



186, 



r I 

1. ;?j/'Lead,kind-ly 
Z. p \ was not 
3. cres. So long-Thv 



Lux henig7ia. 



,'^'Ihi'I|' 



^^ 



W. S.VALE. 



rr 



^^ 



tt 



Lig'ht, a - mid ,the ety circl- in; 
ev - er thus, nor prayed that 
power hath blessed me, sure it 

J i J. i) J' i 



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gloom, 

Thou 

still 



i» J J J I J-,_ II J J J i j. J | ,J- j'^ ; 



am far from 
my path; but 
and tor- rent, 



Lead Thou me 

Shouldst lead me 

Will lead me 



fl'm The night is 
I loved to 
O'er moor and 



dark, and I 
choose and see 
fen, o'er crag 



Hh-m±^AiMh^ ^ 



home. Lead Thou me on.-;? ^*' Keep Thou my feet: I do not 



home, Lead Thou me 
now Lead Thou me 

till /The night is 



on.^ 

on. 

gone; 



Keep Thou my 
I loved the 
And with the 



not 

gar - ish day, and, 
morn those an - gel 



m 



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rit. 



m 



wn 



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ask to see The dis-tant scene; one step 

spite of fears,Pride ruled my will: re - mem 

fac- es smile.Which I have loved long since 



fe-nough for me. 

ber not past years. 

and lost a - while. 




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General Hymns 



509 



187, 



i 



ffi 



Mane nohiacum, quotiiam advespey^ascit. 

J. de CHASTELAIN 



^ 



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^ 



s 



be Thou ne 



, r r r r r r : ' "^ 

joWhen days shad-ows lengthen, Je - su, be Thou near; 

When the night grows darkest, And the stars are pale, 

3. w/Come.ThouFoodof an-gels, Source of ev-erv grace, 

J J J J. J J J 



--/ [j'l, 4'"' Ml \ \ . . f r \ 



r r ^ r 



^ 



J J I J 



^ 



Sii 



^r "r / ' r 






Par-don, com-fort, strengthen, Chase a -way my fear,- 

When the foe -men gath - er In death's mist- y vale, 

In Thy Fa-ther's man-sions Give m,e soon a place,- 

i J e ^ W ft 



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azz: 



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m 



3 



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Love and hope be 
ores. Be Thou Sword and 
c^-t-.s.That un- veiled in 



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r ' r r r r 

deep - ened. Faith more strong and 

Buck - ler, Be Thou Shield and 

splen - dor I mav see Thy 

J^M . J t ^ J' 



clear. 
Mail. 
Face. 



S 



4. i?By the Jordan's ripples 

Passing through the shade, 
Let me hear that promise 
Once for ever made— 

cr<P'S."It is I, Thy Jesus, 

Be not thou afraid'.' 

fi.w^So shall no fears chill me 
On that unknown shore 

cres.Yor in death He conquere 

And can die no more. j 

/His Hand guards and guides m 
To the i heaverit ly door. 



d, ^/cv 



S.joThen be near me, Jesus 
Enemies shall flee: 

Hidden God and Saviour, 
Thou my comfort be: 

Food, and Priest, and Victim, 
Let me feed on Thee. 

7.yBlessed warfare over. 
Endless rest alone; 
•^*, Tears no more, nor sorrow. 

Neither sigh nor moan, 
^But a song of triumph 

Round about the throne. 



270 



188 



^^ 



General Hymns 

Adversa juundi tolera. 



i 



1. nifYox Christ's dear sake with 

2. What seemed thy loss will 
^■:piuf By this thou wilt the 

1 J ...J J i 



J JJ I J ^ 



F. ARMSTRONG. 



f 



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cour 
of 
an 



ag"e bear What 

ten prove To 

gels please,Wilt 



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^^ 



r " r ' y ^ r r 

tide; Pros - per - i - ty is 

gain; And .suffer - ings bornewith 

Lord, Thy neigh-bor's faith and 



ev - er lii be 

be thy tru - est 

glo - ri - fv the 

J ^ j ^ J 



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M 



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$ 



^ 



^ 



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oft a snare, And 

pa - tient love A 

hope in - crease, And 



Sg 



lope 1 



puffs the 

jew - eUed 

earn a 

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heart 

crown 

rich 



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with 
ob 
re 



pride, 
tain, 
ward. 



k 



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4. Brief is this life, and brief its pain, 

Biit long the bliss to come; 
Trials endured for Christ attain 
A place with martyrdom. 

5. The Christian soul by patience grows 
cres. More perfect day by day; 

/And brighter still, and brighter glows 
With heaven's eternal ray; 

6. To Christ becomes more lovable. 

More like the Saints on high; 
Dear to the good; invincible 
Against the enemy. 



T F .«■ r. 272.-1 



General Hymns 

Anima Christi. 



271 



189 



Jr4 


^s^r'-^-j J 


1 J 1 


Fr. MAHEK, S.J. 

J J J J <^=^ 




1. p Soul of my 

2. Strength and pro 

3. »2? Guard and de- 

i i i 


Sav - iour, 
- tec - tion 
fend me 

~"s ?■ — « — 


sanc-ti - fv my breast, 
may Thy pas-sion be, 
from the foe ma-lign, 


12 


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11 J 1,1a ,1 J-J- 






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r" r^r ^ r 


Tir 


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hH== 


f^^-^^ 


Bod - y of 


Christ, 


be 


Thou my 


sav - ing- guest. 


bless -ed 


Je - 


sus, 


hear and 


an - swer me,- 


In death's drear 


mo - 


ments 


make me 


on - ly Thine-, 


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r r r r ^^ 

bathe me in Thy tide, 

hide and shelt - er me, 

come to Thee on high, 



r^ r r r r 



Blood of my Sav - iour. 
Deep in Thy Wounds, Lord, 
cres.CaW me and bid me 



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F^ r ' ^ r r r ^L/ 



Wash me with wa - ter 

pococres^o shall I nev - er, 

Where I may praise Thee 

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rt 



gush-ing from Thy Side, 
nev - er part from Thee. 
with Thy Saints for aye. 



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37S 



General Hymns 

The remembrance of mercy. 



190 



F^"^M,. 1 \ 



P 



1. rrf 
Z. nif Oh, 
3 . ores. Then 



^ 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



Why art thou 
is there a 
how can the 



-r — r — r 

sor - row - ful, 
thought in the 

heart e^ er be 



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wide world 
droop - ing 


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so 
or 


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d, And 

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d That 

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what 
God 
God 

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is 

has 
hath 

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so 

once 

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have 


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treat. And fol - lows us, 

laid Him - self to re 

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4. /And is it not wonderful, servant of God, 

That He should have honored us so with His love, 
,That the, sorrows of life should but shorten the road 
That leads to Himself and the mansion above? 

5. 7//That God hath once whispered a word in thine ear, 

Or sent thee from heaven one sorrow for sin, 
cres js en ough for a life both to banish all fear, 

,And to, turn into peace all the troubles within. 

6. j90h,then, when the spirit of darkness comes down 

With clouds and uncertainties into thy heart, 
ct-es.One look to thy Saviour, one thought of thy crown, 
f ,And the, tempest is over, the shadows depart. 



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191. 



General Hymns 

Spleyidor patemce gloriae. 



V^i ^ 1 ; ^r ^ ii 



l.mfO 

2. True 

3. pThee 



Thou 
Sun! 
too, 
J. 



the 

J. 



Fa- 
on 



thers 
our 
ther, 



F.G.SANDERS. 



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im - 

souls 
we 



ate blest! Who 
a - rise, Shin - 
en - treat. Fa - 



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O Thou el^- ter- nal 
And through each sense the 
Fa - ther of glo - rious 

J . ^ J J 



call - est forth the 
ing' in beau - ty 
ther of might and 



morn-ing" rav; 
ev - er - more,- 
grace di - vine! 

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Lig-ht of light! And 
.quickenr ing beam Of 



maj - es 



in - ex - haust-ive 

Thy e - ter - nal 

Thy pity- ing" eye on 



Fount of day! 
Spir- it pour. 
us in-cline. 




Unison f 
J.F. <feB.2725- 



4. Confirm us in each good resolve-, 

The tempter's envious rage subdue; 
Turn each misfortune to our good; 
Direct us right in all we do. 

5. w^May Christ Himself be our true Food, 

And Faith our daily cup supply; 
cr^s. While from the Spirit's tranquil depth 
We drink unfailing draughts of joy. 

6. ^Still ever, pure as morn's first ray 

May modesty oup steps attend; 
Our faith be fervent as the noon; 
Upon our souls no night descend. 

To God the Father glory be. 
And to His sole begotten Son; 

Glory, Holy Ghost! to Thee, 
While everlasting ages run. 



General Hymns 

The Right must win. 



375 



192. 






r 



1. nif Ohy it is hard fo work for God, To rise and take His 
3. He hides Himself so won-drously, As though there were no 
3. Or He de-sertsus_ at the 'hour The fig-ht is all but 



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part 
Godr 



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He 



on this bat -tie - field of earth, And not sometimes lose 
is leastseenwhen all thepowersOf iU are most a - 
lost; And seems to leave us to ourselves Tust when we need Him 



heart! 
broad: 
most. 



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4. Ill masters good; good seems to change 

To ill with greatest ease; 
And, worst of all, the good with good 
Is at cross purposes. 

5. The church, the sacraments, the faith. 

Their up-hill journey take; 
Lose here what there they gain, and, if 
We lean upon them, break. 

6. It is not so, but so it looks,- 

And we lose courage then; 
And doubts will come if God hath kept 
His promises to men. 
Xcres.A\v\ God is other than we think; 
Hi« ways are far above. 
Far beyond reason's height, and reached 
Only by childlike love. 
8. ^And right is right, since God is God; 

. \ And right the day must win; 
umsmUr^^ doubt would be disloyalty, 
( To falter would be sin. 



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193. 



General Hymns, 

Aeterna coeli gloria . 



m 



1. / E - 

3. Steep 



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W. RATCLIFFE. 



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ter- nal g-lo - ry 



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sus! be near us 
all our sens - es 



of the heavens! Blest 

when we wake; And, 

in thv beam: The 



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hope of all on 

at the break of 

world's false night ex 



earth! 

da> 

pel 



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God, of e - ter - hal 

With Thy blest touch a - 

Purge each de - file-ment 

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by a Vir - gin 
meed of praise to 
in our bo - soms 



nn birth! 



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God-head born! 
rouse the soul, 
from the soul, 



Man, 

Hor 

And 



4- 



pay. 

dwell. 



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4. ^j/'Come, early Faith! fix in our hearts 

Thy root immovably; 
er^i-.Come, smiling Hope! and, greater still, 
Come, heaven-born Charity! 

5. /To God the Father glory be, 
And sole eternal Son; 

And glory, Holy Ghost to Thee, 
While endless ages run. 



194. 



General Hymns. 



Pastor bonus. 



^ 



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A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



1. p\ rriet the Good 

2. pO Shep-herd,Good 

3. Ah me, how the 



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Shep-herd, Thy Wounds they are 

thorns have en - tan - gled Thy 

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car- ried His 
hurt Thee in 
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lost one a - g"ain: 
sav - ing Thy sheep. 
Fore-head so fair! 



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g-en - tly His 
o - ver with 
draw- est Thy 



bur - den He 
crim-son is 
fal - ter - ing- 



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dyed,^ And what is this rent they have made in Thy 

Breath, And, lo, on Thy Face is the pale-ness of 

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dore. 
Side? 
death! 



4.jt5oO Shepherd, Good Shepherd, and is it for me 

Such grievous affliction hath fallen on Thee? 
Oh, then, let me strive, for the love Thou hast borne, 
To give Thee no longer occasion to mourn. 



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195. 



General Hymns 



Pastor avians . 



J. de CHASTELAIN. 




1. ^L'ov - ing- Shep - herd 

2. j(?Lov - ing" Shep - herd, 

3. n^LoY - ing" Shep - herd. 



of Thy sheep, 

Thou didst g"ive 

ev - er near, 

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Walking" in Thy steps below; 
There before Thy Father's throne, 
Jesu, claim me for Thine own. 



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1 



196 



General Hymns. 

So soon it passeth away, and we are gone. 



^^79 



Slow. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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1. jGipDays 
3. Soon 
3. Je 



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and mo - ments 

our souls to 
sus, in - fi 



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quick - ly fly - ing", 
God Who gave them 
nite Re - deem - er, 



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Blend the liv - ing with the dead; 

WiU have sped their rap - id flight; 
Mak - er of this might - v frame! 



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Soon will you and 
A - ble now by 
Teach, Oh, teach us 

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I be ly - ing 

grace to save them, 

to re - mem - ber 

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Each with - in our 

Oh, that, while we 

What we are, and 

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can, we might! 

whence we came; 

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4. Whence we came, and whither wending, 
Soon we must through darkness go, 
poco ores. To inherit bliss unending 
JO/? Or eternity of woe. 



J80 



General Hymns. 



197. 





Tke Will of God. 






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all thy ways a - dore; 
Je - su's toils and tears; 
spe-cial love of thee, 



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Thou wert the pas - sion 
cres.k love to lose my 



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live I seem To 

of His Heart Those 
will in His, And 



love thee more and more, 

three - and - thir - ty years, 

bv that loss be free. 




.vifl love to kiss each print where thou 5.^1 know not what it is to doubt, 
Hast set thine unseen feet; 



I cannot fear thee, blessed Will. 
Thine empire is so sweet. 

5. I have no cares, O blessed Will, 
For all my cares are thine; 

fl live in triufnph. Lord, for Thou 
Hast made Thy triumph mine. 



^ My heart is ever g:ay; 
I run no risk, for come what will 
Thou always hast thy way. 
7.n{fHe always wins who sides with God, 
To him no chance is lost; 
God's Will is sweetest to him when 
It triumphs at his cost. 



J.F.cfe B.'^7''5- 



8. Ill that He blesses is our g'ood, 
And unblebt g-ood is ill; 
And all is riji^ht that seems most wrong-, 
If it be His sweet Will. 



198 



General Hymns. 

Deufi, Deus mens. 



281 



Dr. FERRIS TOZER. 



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1. nif My Lord, m}- 

2. mfwm Thou that 

3. p Or wilt Thou 



God, 

I 
that 



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what will - est 

shall live, my 

I die, mv 






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Thou? Thy 
Lord? To 
Lord; Mv 



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bless 
live 
will 



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ed Will 
then is 
is still 



my 
the 



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mine; 
will, 
same; 



ores. To life 
cre^.And ev 
cr<?s. In life 



and 
ery 
or 



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fa--i hN:' • ■ ^ ■^ ^ 



heart shall not re - 
life shall praise Thee 
praise Thv bless - ed 



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death, what-e'er Thou wilt, 
breath and ev - ery pulse 
death, in grief or joy, 



My 

Of 

/I'll 



pine, 
still. 
Name. 



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Unison /• 



'\ have no will but Thine, my Lord; 
) 'Tis bliss no tongue can tell, 
I To rest in Thee, and ever feel 
.. That Thou dost all things well. 



282 



General Hymns. 



I^'iat volmitas tua. 



199. 



^ 



(First tune.) 



TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



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1. nif My God, my 
3. Thoug-h dark my 
3. jojoWhat thoug^h in 



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path, and 
lone - ly 



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while I stray, Far 
sad my lot. Let 
grief I sigh For 






from my 
prayer di ■ 
would I 



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from my home, on 

me be still and 

friends be - loved no 

J-J J , J ■ 



life's rough way. Oh, teach me 
mur- mur not. Or breathe the 
long- er nig-h. Sub - mis-sive 

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heart ' 



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done, Thy will 

done, Thv will 

done. Thy will 

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to say, jo" Thy will b( 
vine - \y taught, "Thv will b( 
still re - plv, "Thv will b( 

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be done." 

be done." 

be done." 



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4. j»If Thou shouldst call me to resign 

What most I prize, it ne'er was mine; 
I only yield Thee what is Thine; 
"Thy will be done!' 

5. nifl^ei but my fainting- heart be blest 

With Thy sweet Spirit for its guest, 
My God, to Thee I leave the rest; 
p "Thy will be done'.' 

6. w^Renew my will from day to day, 

Blend it with Thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 
pp "Thy will be done." 
J. F.tfe B. 27ai> - The fast line is repeated in 



General Hymns 

Fiat voluntas tua. 



283 



(Second 



199 




V.mfUy Grod, my Fa - t'her, 
2. ThoupTh dark my path, and 
a.jojoWhat though in lone - Iv 



r 



while I stray, Far 

sad my lot, Let 

grief I sig:h For 




from my home, on 

me be still and 

friends be - loved no 



lifes rough way, 
mur-mur not, 
long- ev nig"h, 



Oh, 
Or 

Sub 



teach me from my 

breathe the prayer di - 

mis - sive would I 



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4. plf Thou shouldst call me to resign 

What most I prize, it ne'er was mine; 
I only yield Thee what is Thine,- 
"Thy will be dofie." 
5.?/^Let but my fainting heart be blest 

With Thy sweet Spirit for its guest. 
My God, to Thee I leave the restj^ 
P "Thy will be done!' 
6.^;/Renew my will from day to day. 

Blend it with Thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 
pp "Thy will be done'.' 



S84 



200. 



General Hymns 

Sancte Dens, laudamus te. 



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J T T r T T r 

1. ;/jr Ho - ]y God, we praise Thy Name, Lord of all, we 

2. Hark! the loud ce - les - tial hymn, An - ^o\ choirs a - 
^.7nf Ho-lv Fa- ther, Ho- Iv Son, Ho - Iv Spir-it, 



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bow be 
bove are 
Three we 



fore Thee; All on 

rais - ing"; Cher- u 

name Thee, While in 



earth Thy scep-tre claim, 
him and Ser - a - phim 
es - sence on - Iv One, 



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In un 
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heaven a ■ 
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bove a - dore Thee, .^\n - fi - nite Thy 

cho - rus prais-ing'; Fill the heavens with 

God we claim Thee: -^And a - dor - ing' 






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J.F.cfe B. 2725- 



General Hymns. 

Deus mens et oimiia. 



385 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



201 



4: 



1. 7rfO 
a. /I 
3. mfO\v 



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Je - sus, Je 
love Thee so, 
won - der - ful, 



r 

sus, 

I 

that 



f r r 

dear- est Lord, 
know not how 
Thou shouldst let 



For 
My 

So 



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me if I 
•ports to con 
a heart as 



sav. 

trol;_ 

mine. 



eves. For 
Thy 
Love 



ver - y love Thy 
love is like a 
Thee with such a 



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thou - sand times a 

in my ver - y 

make so free with 

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cred Name A 
ing- fire With 
as this, And 



day. 
soul. 
Thine. 



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6. 

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4./" For Thou to me art all in ajl, 
My honor and my wealth, 
My heart's desire, my body's strength, 
My soul's eternal health. 

5. What limit is there to thee, love? 
Thy flight where wilt thou stay? 
On, on, our Lord is sweeter far 
To - day than yesterday. 

love of Jesus, blessed love, 

So will it ever be: 
Time cannot hold thy wondrous growth, 

No, nor eternity. 



a86 



(ieneral Hymns 

Deus, ego amo te. 



202. 



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Dr.C. 



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love, 



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PEARCE. 



1. / 

2. njf^l'ss mem 

3. Mv 



God. 



f r r r ■ r r 

I love Thee, Lord most hig'h! Be - 

- ry no thought sug--gest But 

1 here pro - test to Thee, No 



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cause Thou first hast 

shall to Thy pure 

oth - er will have 



lov- ed me; I seek no oth- er 
glo - ry tend, My un - der-stand-ing 
I than Thine: What- ev - er Thou hast 



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lib - pr - ty But 
find no rest Ex 
giv - en me I 



that of be - ing" bound to Thee, 
cept in Thee, its on- ly end. 

here a - gain to Thee re - sign. 



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4. All mine is Thine, — say but the word, 
Whate'er Thou wiliest shall be done; 

cres.\ know Thy love, all -gracious Lord; 
I know it seeks my g-ood alone. 

5. w^ Apart from Thee all things arc naught; 
Then grant, my supremest Bliss! 
Grant me to love The^e as I ought; — 
Thou givest all in giving this! 



General Hymns. 

amor, quam ecstaticus. 



203 



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A. EDMONDS TOZER. 



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1. f love, how deep, how 

2. He sent no an - g"el 
^.vienofYor us He was bap 



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broad, how high! It 

to our race Of 

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But 
For 

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fills the heart with 

high- er or of 

ho - Iv fast, and 

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low - er place, 
hung-ered sore; 



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God, the Son 

wore thp robe 

us temp-ta- 

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4. For us He prayed, for us He taught, 

For us His daily works He wrought. 
By words, and signs, and actions, thus 
Still seeking not Himself but us. 

5. joFor us to wicked men betrayed, 

Scourged, mocked, in purple robe arrayed, 
c?m.He bore the shameful Cross and death; 
2^ For us at length gave up His breath. 

6. jS^For us He rose from death again, 

For us He went on high to reign, 
For us He sent His Spirit here 

To guide, to strengthen, and to cheer. 
To Him Whose boundless love has won 

Salvation for us through His Son, 
To God the Father, glory be 

Both now and through eternity. 



388 



General Hymns 

Quic'umque Christum. 



204. 



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Of Thee the Father doth declare 
That all who would His glory see 

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To Jesus, from the proud concealed, 
But evermore to babes revealed, 

All glory with the Father be. 
And Holy Ghost, eternally. 



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Lux alma Jesu mentium. 



389 



205 



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3. O Lig-ht of light ce - . les - ti . al! 0. 



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General Hymns 

Thus sum ego. 



206. 



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So sweet Thy Coun - te - nance, So gra-cious to be - 

The heavens, the earth be - low, Were fash-ioued by Thv 

And ev - ery heart should yearn With ten - der - est de - 

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in mv bo-som burn With-flames of 


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thought for ever blest! 
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With joy within my breast. 
My soul so full of bliss 

Is plunged as in a sea, 
Deep in the sweet abyss 
Of holy charity. 

5.w^No object here below 

Awakens my desire-, 
No suffering nor woe 

€an grief or pain inspire. 
The world I could despise, 
Though it were all of gold-, 
cr^s.Thee only do I prize 

Mine of wealth untold! 
^. ffO Loveliness supreme. 
And Beauty infinite; 
ever- flowing Stream, 
And Ocean of delight; 
Life by which I live. 
My truest life above, 
To Thee alone I give 
My undivided love. 
If this hymn be found too long, the 3^'^ and iH^ stanzasmay be mnitted. 



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292 



Oeneral Hymns. 

Jesu, dulcis memoria. 



207. 



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4. Thou Whose love alone is all 
That mortal can desire! 
Whose ima,2;e does my heart enthrall, 
And with delight inspire. 

s.^j/'Grant me, while here on earth I stay, 
Thy love to feel and know; 
joAnd when from hence I pass away, 
cres. To me Thy glory show. 

6. joAnd, O my Jesu, pardon me, 
Unfit to speak Thy praise, 
Yet daring thus, for love of Thee, 
My trembling hymn to raise. 



General Hymns 

Pater aeternus. 



208. 



1 . }7if My God 



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Z. How dread are Thine e - ter - nal years, O 

3. piufRow beau - ti - ful, how beau - ti - ful The 

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With deepest tenderest fears, ^"1 Almighty as Thou art; 

And worship Thee with trembling hope, -S JFor Thou hast stooped to ask of me 
And penitential tears! Cv The love of my poor heart. 

.?/j/'No earthly father loves like Thee, 7.y/0nly to sit and think of God, 
No mother half so mild :^) Oh, what a joy it is! 

Bears and forbears, as Thou hast done -^iTo think the thought, to breathe the 
With me, Thy sinful child. ^V Earth has no higher bliss. [Name, 

8. Father of Jesus, love's reward, 
What rapture will it be, 
</m. Prostrate before Thy throne to lie 
And gaze and gaze on Thee! 



394 



General Hymns 

Dens ego amo te. 



209 



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O Dei/f>, ego amo te. 
(Second tune.) 



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1. w{7 My God, I love Thee, not be - cause I 

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4.^Then why, blessed Jesu Christ, 
Should I not love Thee well; 
Not for the sake of winning heaven. 
Nor ©f escaping hell; 

5. Not with the hope of gaining aught; 

Nor seeking a reward; 
cr<?6'.But, as Thyself hast loved me, 
O ever-loving Lord? 

6. ('E'en so I love Thee, and will love, 
And in Thy praise will sing, 

Solely because Thou art my God 
And my eternal King. 



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Evening. 

Jesu,audi nos. 



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dim. Day is fading into gloom; 

When the shades of death fall round us, 
/y? Lead Thine exiled children home. 



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Evening. 

Maria, audi nos. 



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Evening. 

Custodi nos, Bo mine. 



212. 



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Thee-, And ask Thee that of - fence-less The 
Theeifl'm.And ask that free from per- il The 

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4. 9/ifBe Thou my soul's preserver, 
O God,— for Thou dost know 
dim.Kow many are the perils 

Through which I have to go: 
pO dearest Jesus, hear my call 

And guard and save me from them all. 



300 



Evening. 

Christe, qui lux es, et dies 



213. 



Dr. C. HARFORD LLOYD. 




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1. / O Christ, Thou brig-ht-ness of the day That 

2. Drive far the heav - y sleep of sin, Lest 

3. Our sole de - fence, watch o'er us still To 



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dead- ly g"uile The weak con- sent- ing- flesh de-file: 

King- of heaven, For whom Thy Blood was free - ly given: 




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Mother of graces undefiled, 
Drive back the foe, and to thy Son 
Conduct our souls when life is done: 
/Glory to Thee, our Savior sweet, 
^\ Born of a spotless Mother -maid-, 
Umson^<^^ Father and to Paraclete 

\ Like glory be for ever paid. 



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Evening. 

Bominvs illuminatio mea. 
(First tune.) 



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3. p The day is done, 
3. jo Grant us, dear Lord, 



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^.piufT)o more than pardon: give us joy, 
Sweet fear and sobisr liberty, 
cres.kn6. loving hearts without alloy, 
That only long to be like Thee. 
Through life's &c. 
5. JO Sweet Savior, bless us, night is come, 
Mary and Joseph near us be; 
Good angels watch about our home, 
And we are one day nearer Thee. 
Through life's &c. 



Evening. 



Doviinus illuminatio men. 
(Second tune..) 



303 

C.MAYLAND. 



214. 




l.wj^ Sweet Saviour,bless us ere we g-o; Thy word in - to our 

2. p The day is done, its hours have run, And Thou hast tak-eti 

3. «Grant us,dearLord,from e - vil ways True ab- so - lu-,tiqn 




minds in-stil, ,.i^^Ahd make our luke-warm hearts to g-low With 

count of all; The scant - y tri-umphs g-race hath won, The 

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frequent fall. ^Through life's long- day and 
in-ward peace.) 




4. piiifDo more than pardon: give us joy, 

Sweet fear and sober liberty, 
cre^.And loving hearts without alloy, 
That only long to be like Thee. 
Through life's <fec, 

5. j9 Sweet Savior, bless us, night is come, 

Mary and Joseph near us be,- 
Good angels watch about our home, 
And we are one day nearer Thee. 
Through life's &c,. 



304 



Evening. 



Siimmae Parens clementice. 



215. 



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re-ceive The 
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strains and tears we pour. 

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4. wj/'So may all we, who here are met 

By night Thy Name to bless, 
cres.One day, in our eternal home, 
Thy promises possess. 

5. jo Father of mercies! hear our cry; 

Hear us, co-equal Son! 
cres.Who reignest with the Holy Ghost 
f While endless ages run. 



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Evening. 

Even-Scnig. 



305 

A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



216. 



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1. :»^ star - ry hosts are g-leam-ing, Solemn nig^ht draws on, 
2.^Prayerandprais-es blend- ing-, Hearts in horn -age bowed, 
3. joHear ourplaint,sweet Je - sus. We are tired of sin; 



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Ma-ry's song a - 

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scend - ing, With the in-cense cloud, 
lease us, Give us peace with - in._ 



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need- ing, </m.Prostrate 'neath the Rood, 

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plead - ing. Wounds and Cross and Blood, 

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. »^/'Light 'mid darkness, send us 

Till our tramp be o'er,- 
cres.Angel-g:uards attend us 
To the palace -door. 
Then a welcome meet us- 
Words of grace and love; 
Joyful voices greet us 
In the home above. 



306 



Evening. 

Liicis Creator optiine. 



E. PIERACCINI. 



217. 






l.wj^Mak - er, by 

2. Who sweet - ly 

3. joLet not our 



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depth of heaven the light was stored. What time the first- ere 

them the name of day re-ceive; The gloom of night a- 

naught of heaven, in- spires the breast, From this word's life in 

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4. Grant us to knock at heaven's high gate, 

For life's eternal prize to wait, 
ere.s.'Till, purged from sin's corroding stain, 

Our souls may there sweet entrance gain. 

5. j» Father of heaven, co-equal Son, 

Consoler- Spirit, Three in One, 
dimMost merciful, accept our cry; 
pj? Save us, most holy Trinity. 



Evening. 

lam sol reeedit igneiis. 



307 



218. 



Very smoothly. 



C. RAYMOND -BARKER, S.J. 



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1. w^ Now 

2. / Thee 

3. Praise 



doth the fier - y 
in the hymns of 
to the fa - ther 



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morn we praise-, To 
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Thee our voice at eve we raise; Oh, grant us, with Thy 

Ho - ly Spir- it. Three in One; As ev - er was in 

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bless-ings pour, And make our hearts with love run o'er. 
Saints on high, Thee through all time to glo - ri - fy. 
ag- es past. And so shall be while ag-es last. 



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308 



219 



Evening. 

Evening hymn to our Lady. 



R. MAITLAND. 



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1. J3 As the dew - y 

2. Ho - ly Moth - er, 

3. Thine own sin - less 



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near me hov - er; 
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Gath - er o'er the balm - y air, Lis- ten, g-en - tie 

Free my thoug-hts from aught de- filed; With thy wing-s of 

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mer - cy cov - er, 
some sweet to - ken 

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4. Queen of sorrows, guard and guide me; 
Let me to thine arms repair; 
In thy tender bosom hide me; 
Mary, take me to thy care. 



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220 



Evening. 

Sol prceceps rapitur. 



309 



R.R.TERRY. 



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2. jo As Christ 

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cy'eA'.Let love a-wake, and pay Her even-ing- sac - ri - fice. 



And to His Fa-ther's Hands His part-ing Soul re 
In - to His sa-cred charge, In Whom all spir - its 



signed; 
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4. j»So now beneath His Eye 

Would calmly rest, 
Without a wish or thought 
Abiding in the breast. 

5. nfOnly His Will be done, 

Whate'er betide, 
Dead to hei-self, and dead 
In Him to all beside. 

6. nifT\ms would I live; yet now 

Not I, but He 
cresln all His power and love 
Henceforth alive in me. 

7. //{fOne sacred Trinity, 

One Lord divine; 
cr«?6'.May I be ever His, 

And He for ever mine! 



310 



220. 



Evening. 

Sol prasceps rapitiir. 



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(Second tune.) 

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4. JO So now beneath His Eye 

Would calmly rest, 
Without a wish or thought 
Abiding in the breast. 

5. ///Only His Will be done, 

Whate'er betide, 
Dead to herself, and dead 
la. Him to all beside. 

6. wj/'Thus would I live; yet now 

Not I, but He 
cres.ln all His power and love 
Henceforth alive in me. 

7. wj/'One sacred Trinity, 

One Lord divine; 
cresMd^y I be ever His, 

And He for ever mine! 



Evening. 

The day is far s'pent. 



221. 



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311 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



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2. The sorrows of Thy servants, Lord, Oh, do not Thou de - 

3. Slow- ly the rays of daylight fade; So fadewith-in our 



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Up - on the fragrance of the flowers The dews of evening lie; 
But let the in-cense of our prayers Be-fore Thy mer-cy rise; 
The hopes in earth- ly love and joy That one by one d^ - part: 

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fore Thy throne, O Lord of heaven, We kneel at close 
brightness of the com- ing night Up - on the dark- 
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With hopes of fu-ture glo - ry chase The shadows on our 
Give us, Lord,fresh hopes inheaven,And trust in things di - 

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Let peace, Lord, Thy peace, God, 

Upon our souls descend; 
From, midnight fears and perils Thou 

Our trembling hearts defend-, 
Give us a respite from our toil; 

Calm and subdue our woes; 
Through the long day, we suffer, Lord, 
0h,give us now repose. 



31S 



Evening. 

Te lucis ante terminum. 



222. 



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W. RATCLIFFE. 



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er of all! we ask of Thee, Of Thy great mer - cy, 

phantom of the night mo - lest; Curb Thou our rag - ing 

us, O sole - be - got- ten Son! Who, with the Ho- ly 



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through the night Our guardian and de-fence to be. 

en - e - my. That we in chaste re-pose may rest. 

Ghost most high, Reign- est while end - less ag- ^s run. 



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Evening. 



Evening hymn after holy Communion. 



313 



A.E.BAKER. 



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223. 



l.??{/'Come, let me for a 
2. This morn - ing- that e 
With His ce - les - tial 



mo-ment cast All 
ter- nal Lord, Who 
Flesh and Blood My 



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is my Judg-e to 

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stayed a - while with 
heart He com - fort 



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4.He,Who of all that live and breathe 
Is all the life and breath. 
This morning deigned to visit me 
In this, my house of death! 

6. He, Who for me, a trembling Babe 
On Mary's heart reclined, 
This morning in my heart and flesh 
The Deity enshrined. 



5. He, Who in awful Godhead sits 
Upon His throne on high, 
This morning entered my abode 
In His Humanity! 

7. soul of mine! reflect, reflect; 
Consider, one by one, 
What marvels of surpassing grace 
Thy God in thee has done. 

8. er56-,His tender love with love repay; 
Extol His sacred Name; 
/"To all the world His greatness tell, 
His graciousness proclaim. 



314 



224. 



Missions and Retreats 

Haill holy Mission. 
(First tune.) , 



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3.7V"Hail! 



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ho - ly 
ho - ly 



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Miss - ion, 
Miss - ion, 



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hail! 
hail! 



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4.??j^Hail! holy Mission, hail! 

Sweet time of humble prayer; 
When rests the soul on God, 

Freed from this dark world's care. 

5. Hail! holy Mission, hail! 
ores. Time of all others blest; 

When in the loving soul 
Jesus takes up His rest. 

6. /Hail! holy Mission, hail! 

Foretaste of joys above: 
dim.O Jesus, make our hearts 

Burn with Thy tender love. 



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be. 

love. 

years. 




Missions and Retreats. 



315 



Hail! holy Mission. 



(Second tune.) 



Rt. Rev. Mg-r. CROOKALL. 



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l.i^^Hail! 
2.///'Hail! 
3.^Hail! 



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ly Mis - sion, hail! 

ly Mis - sion, hail! 

ly Mis - sion, hail! 



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4. fftfEaiV. holy Mission, hail! 

Sweet time of humble prayer; 
When rests the soul on God, 

Freed from-this dark world's care. 

5. Hail! holy Mission, hail! 
ores. Time of all others blest; 

When in the loving soul 
Jesus takes up His rest. 

6. /Hail! holy Mission, hail! 

Foretaste of joys above: 
dim.O Jesus, make our hearts 

Burn with Thy tender love. 



316 



Missions and Retreats 

Hymn of repentant sorroiv. 



225. 



TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



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1. jo Je - sus, mj God, be - hold at leng-th the 

2. Since my poor soul Thy pre - cious Blood hath 
a.jt^o Kneel - ingr in tears, be - hold me at Thy 



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time When I re - solve to turn a way from crime. 

cost, Suf - fer me not for ev - er to be lost. 

Feet, Like Mag-- da - len, for - g-ive-ness I en - treat. 



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Oh, par - don me. 
Oh, par - Hon me, 
Oh, par - don me, 



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Je - sus. Thy mer - cy I 
Jo - sus. Thy mer - cy I 



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The last four lines in each stanza m-e often sung as a chorus by the congregation; 
leaving the first two lines to the choir. 

J. ¥.& B. 272.5- 



317 



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plore,_ I will nev - er more of 

plore, I will nev - er more of 

plore, I will nev - er more of 

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fend Thee_ 

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Oh, par - don me, Je - sus,Thy mer- cy I im - plore. 

Oh, par - don me, Je - sus,Thy mer- cy I im - plore, 

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I will nev-er more of - fend Thee_ no, nev-er more. 
I will nev-er more of - fend Thee_ no, nev-er more. 
I will nev- er more of - fend Thee_ no, nev-er more. 



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Missions and Retreats 

Act of contrition. 



ENGLISH MELODY. 



226. 



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2. By my sins I have de - serv - ed Death and 

3. By my sins I have a - ban-doned Rig-ht and 



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Fa- ther, let me call Thee 

Hell, with all its pains and 

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4r.ppSee our Savior, bleeding, dying, 
On the Cross of Calvary, 
To that Cross my sins have nailed Him, 
Yet He bleeds and dies for me. 
Jesus, Lord, &c. 

The last four Ihies may be sung in unison by the choir as a greater support 
to the congregatio7i. 



320 Confraternity of the Holy Fannly. 



227. 



Brightly gleams our banner. 



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2. Hail! sweet Je - sus! Mas-ter, 

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Chaste and spotless flower,- 
Cast thy mantle o'er us 
p At death's solemn hour. 
cres.Be our father ever, 

Joseph, meek and mild, 
Husband of our Mother, 
Keeper of her Child. 
/ Brightly gleams, &c. 

5. wj/'Jesus, Mary, Joseph, 

Sweet and holy Three; 
List the praise we pay -you 
On our bended knee. 
cresMsx we sing your glory 
In glad realms above; 
/"Bound for ev^er to you 

By the bonds of love. 
^ Brightly gleams, &c. 



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Jesus, 3Iary, Joseph, help us. 

From the 

Cologne hymn book(1768) 

Harmonised by 

C.RAYMOND -BARKER, S.J. 



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2. Je - sus, Whose al 

3. Ma - ry! thou a 

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make us hum - ble; 

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Of thy Maker and thy Lord; 
Thine it was to save thy Saviour 
From the cruel Herod's sword. 
Suffer us to call thee father,- 
Show to us a father's love; 
ci-es.Lead us safe through every danger 
Till w^e meet in heaven above. 



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229 



Christmas 

Adesfe, fidelea. 



TRADITIONAL MELODY. 



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1. Ad - es - te, fi - de-les, L?e-ti tri-um-phan-tes; 'Ve- 



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3. De-um de De - o, 

3. Can -tet nunc I -, o 



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Ge-ni-tum,non fa-ctum:Ve - ni-te ad-o - re-mus,Ve - ni-te ad-o 



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4. Ergo qui natus 
Die hodierna, 
Jesu tibi sit gloria^ 

Patris aeterni 
Verbum caro factum: 

Venite adoremus, 
Venite adoremus, 

Venite adoremus Dominum. 
* Omit these chords after the first verse. 



325 



230 



Passion -Tide. 

Stabat Mater dolorosa 
(First tune ) TRADITIONAL FRENCH MELODY. 



'RADK 



3xa-bat Ma-ter do - lo - ro - sa Ju-xta cru-cen 



l.j»Sxa-bat Ma-ter do 

2. Cu-jus a - ni - mam 

3. Oquam tri-stis e 



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et do - len-tem, Per-trans-i -vit gla - di-us. 

be-ne - di - eta Ma-ter U- ni - ge - ni-ti! 



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A - men. 



De-ne - di - eta Ma-ter Li - ni - ge - ni-ti! 

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Juae moerebat, et dolebat, 
Pia Mater dum videbat 
Nati poenas inelyti. 

5. Quis est homo, qui non fleret, 
Matrem Christi si videret 

In tanto supplieio? 

6. Quis non posset eontristari, 
Christi Matrem contemplari 

Dolentemeum Filio? 

7. Pro peceatis suse gentis 
Vidit Jesum in tormentis, 

Et flagellis siibditum. 

8. Vidit suum duleem Natum 
Moriendo desolatum, 

Dum emisit spiritum. 

9. Eia Mater, fons amoris, 
Me sentire vim doloris 

Fae, ut tecum liigeam. 

10. Fac,ut ardeat cor meum 

In amando Christum Deum, 
Ut sibi complaeeam. 

11. Saneta Mater, istud agas, 
Crucifixi fige plagas 

Cordi meo valide. 



12. Tui Nati yulnerati, 

Tam dignati pro me pati, 

Poenas mecum divide. 
Fac me tecum pie flere, 
Crucifixo condolere, 

Donee ego vixero; 
Juxta crucem tecum stare, 
Et me tibi sociare 

In planetu desidero. 
15. Virgo virginum praeclara, 
Mihi jam non sis aniara: 

Fac me tecum plangere; 
Fac,ut portem Christi mortem 
Passionis fac consortem, 

Et plagas reeo'lere. 
Fac me plagis vulnerari, 
Fac me cruce inebriari, 

Et eruore Filii; 
Flammis ne urar suecensus, 
Per te, Virgo, sim defensus 

In die judieii. 
19j/Christe, cum sit hinc exire, 
cres.Y)di per Matrem me venire 

Ad palmam victoriaB; 



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16. 



17. 



18. 



20 .jS^Quando corpus morietur, 
Facut animae donetur 
Paradisi gloria. 

Tfiis hymn is commionly used during the devotion of the Way of the Cross, 
stanza being sung as the procession moves between the stations. 



326 



Passion -Tide. 

Stabat Mater dolorosa. 



(Second tune.) 



A. EDMONDS TOZER. 



230. 






\.p Sta-bat Ma-ter do - lo - ro - sa Jux-ta cru-cem 
4. Quae moe-re-bat, et do- le-bat, Pi - a Ma-ter, 
7. Pro pec-ca-tis su - ae g-en-tis Vi - dit Je-sum 

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Fac,ut ardeat cor meum 
In amando Christum Deum, 

Ut sibi complaceam. 
Sancta Mater, istud ag"as, 
Crucifixi fig-e plag-as 

Cordi meo valide. 
Tui Nati vulnerati, 
Tam dignati pro me pati, 

Poenas mecum divide. 
Fac me tecum pie flere, 
Crucifixo condolere, 

Donee ego vixero. 
Juxta crucem tecum stare, 
Et me tibi sociare, 

In planctu desidero. 

Virg-o virginum praeclara, 

Mihi jam non sis amara: 

Fac me tecum plangere; 



Fac,ut portem Christi mortem, 
Passionis fac consortem, 

Et plagas recolere. 
Fac me plagis vulnerari, 
Fac me cruce inebriari, 

Et cruore Filii; 

18. Flammis ne urar succensus, 
Per te, Virgo, sim defensus 

In die judicii. 

19. /VChriste, cum sit hinc exire, 
cres.iDa per Matrem me venire 

) Ad palmam victoriae; 
20.^ jQuando corpus morietur, 
IFac.ut animse donetur 
\ Paradisi gloria. 

* Alleluia is only sung on the S^ldsunday 
in September. 



If this arrangement be used the choir sho^ild sing the music A to stanzas i 2,4 
5, 7 8, 10 11, 13 14, 16 17 19 20; and the congregation should sing the music B to 
stanzas 3, 6^ 9, 12, 15, Is, in unison. 

This setiing is useful to choirs who want somethitig simple, either at Mass or 
at other services, on the two Feasts of the Seven Dolors ofmir Lady. 



338 



Corpus Christi. 

Lauda, Sion, Salvatorem. 



R.A.TURTON. 



231. 



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2. Lau-dis the-ma 

3. Sit laus ple-na, 



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In hym-nis et can - ti - cis, 

Ho - di - e pro - p6 - ni - tur; 
Men - tis ju- bi - la - ti - o. 



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ma - jor 
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329 




o- mni lau- de, 

du - o - de - nae 

pri nma re, - <;6-lir tur 



Nee lau- da - re 
Da- turn noil am 
Hu-jus in - sti 



siif - fi - cis. 
bi - g-i - tur. 
tti - ti - o. 




4. In hac mensa novi Regis, 

Novum Pascha novae legis, 
Phase vetiis terminat. 
Vetustatem novitas, 
Umbram fugat Veritas, 
Noctem lux eliminat. 

6. Dogma datur Christianis, 

Quod in carnem transit panis, 

Et vinum in sanguinem. 

Quod non capis, quod non vides, 

Animosa firmat fides, 
Praeter rerum ordinem. 

8. A sumente non concisus, 

Non confractus, non divisus. 

Integer accipitur. 

Sumit unus, sumunt mille: 

Quantum isti, tantum ille: 
Nee stunptus consumitur. 



5. Quod in coena Christus gessit, 
Faciendum hou expressit 

In sui memoriam. 

Docti sacris institutis, 

Panem, vinrnn in saliitis 
Consecramus hostiam. 

7. Sub diversis speciebus, 

Signis tantum, et non rebus, 
Latent res eximiae. 

Caro cibus, sanguis potusj 
Manet tamen Christus totus 
Sub utraque specie. 

9. Sumunt boni, sumunt mali: 
Sorte tamen inaequali, 

Vitae vel interitus. 

Mors est malis,vita bonis: 

Vide,paris sumptionis 
Quam sit dispar exitus. 



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Corpus Christi. 

Lmida, Sion, Salvatorem. 



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12. Ec-ce pa-nis an-g-e -16-rum, F^-ti;^ ci-bus vi - a- t6-rum, 



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Lauda, Sion, Salvatorem. 



331 

W. HEDWYND. 



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Fange Ungiia gloriosi Corporis. 

Mode III. Harmonised by 
C.F^AYMOND-BARKER, S.J. 



232. 




l.ypang-e lin-gua glo-ri- o - 

2. Nobis da-tus, no-bis na 

3. In su-premae no-cte coe 



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g-e-ne-ro-si, 
in-co-la-tus 
denae 



Rex ef-fudit ^en-ti-um. 
Mi-roclausit or - di- ne. 
Se dat su-is ma- ni-bus. 




4. j» Verbum caro, panem verum 
Verbo, carnem efficit, 
Fitque sanguis Christi merum 
Et si sensus deficit, 
cres.kA f irmandiim cor sincerum 
Sola fides siifficit. 

e.^Genitori, Genitoque 
Laus et jubilatio, 
Salus, honor, virtus quoque 

Sit et benedictio: 
Procedenti ab utroque 
Compar sit laudatio. 
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b.p Tantum ergo Sacramentum 
Veneremur ccrnui: 

Et antiquum documentum 
Novo cedat ritui: 

Praestet fides supplementum 
Sensuum defectui. 



Corpus Christi. 333 

Pange lingua gloriosi Corporis. 

Melodv from Vesperale Romanum (RATISBON) 
(Second tune.) Harmonised by EGERTON B.HARDINGE. 



232. 



j^'J7/^^/'Hi'ii!i'";i'i'iVg' 



YfryT 

l.yPan-g-e ling-uaglo-ri- 6 - si 

2. No-bis datus, no-bis na - tus 

3. In su-premae nocte coe - nae 



Cor- po-ris my-ste-ri - um, 
Ex in-ta-cta Vir-gi - ne, 
Re-cumbens cum fra-tri - bus , 

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Sangrui-nis- que pre-ti - 6 - si, Ouem in mundi pre- ti - um ' 



331 



Sangui-nis- que pre-ti - 6 - si, Quern in mundi pre- ii - um 
Et in mun - do con-ver-sa - tus, Spar- so ver-bi se-mi-ne, 
Obser- va - ta le- ere pie - ne Ci - bis in le - ga - li - buSj_ 



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Fructus ven-tris ge-ne-ro - si, Rex ef-fu-dit gen-ti- um. 
Su - i mo-ras in-co-la - tus, Mi-roclausit or-di-rne. A - men. 
Cibum tur-bae du-o-de-nae Sedatsu-is ma-ni-bus. 

J.I i i i ':'.•'/.' Hi Ji, l 



i'.';rr:iM^^i';i'iig,'i 



f=r^ 



4.J3 Verbum caro, panem verum 
Verbo, carnem efficit, 
Fitque sanguis Christi merum; 
Et si sensus deficit, 

cres.Ad firmandum cor sincerum 
Sola fides sufficit. 



5.j»Tantum ergo Sacramentum 
Veneremur cernui: 

Et antiquum documentum 
Novo cedat ritui: 

Praestet fides supplementum 
Sensuum defectui. 



S.^Genitori, Genitoque 
Laus et jubilatio, 

Salus, honor, virtus quoque 
Sit et benedictio: 

Procedenti ab utroque 
Compar sit laudatio. 



334 



Whitsun-Tide 



Ve7ii, Creator Spiritus. 
Unison Harmonised by C . RAYMOND-BARKER, S.J. 






Ve - ni, Cre 
Qui di 
Tu se - pt 



Spi - ri - tus, 
ra - cli - tus, 



Men-tes tu 

Al-tis - si 
,Di8-i,-tus Pa 



6 - rum vi-si-ta, Im-ple si 



iiJigi| -tus ra-ter - nse aex-te-ra, lu n - le pro-mis-sum rai 




su - per- na gra-ti - 
mi do-num De-i, Pons vi - vus, i - gnis, ca-ri-tas, 
ter - nse dex-te-ra, Tu ri - te pro-mis-sum Patris, 



I' P\U\^\A 



T 



Qua' tu 
Et spi 
Ser - mo 



cre - a - sti 

ri - ta - lis 

ne di - tans 

2J 



pe- cto - ra. 
un- cti - o. 
g-tit- tu - ra. 




J. F.<fe B. 2725 



Accende lumen sensibus, 
Infurt ide aj norem cordibus, 

Infirma nostri corporis 
Virtute firmans perpeti. 

Hostem repellas longius, 

Pacemque dones protinusj 
Ductore sic te praevio, 

Vitemus omne noxium. 
Per te sciamus da Patrem, 

Noscamus atque Filium, 
Teque, utriiisque Spiritum 

Credamus omni tempore. 

Deo Patri sit gloria, 
Et Filio qui a, mortuis 

Surrexit, ac Paraclito, 
In saeculorum s^cula. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Ave, maris stella. 



335 



(First tune.) 



TRADITIONAL MELODY 



234. 



^m 



^ 



i 



^r 'r:irr ' ' tij'T:jJr 7 



m 



1. n^ A - ve 

2. Su-mens 

3. Sol - ve 



ma - ns 
il - lud 
vin - cla 

J 



stel 
A 



la? 
ve 

is, 



De - i 
Ga - bri - 
Pro - fei 



pyir-TTTT 



^ ^ J , j^Tfi ,1- 



i 



o-ier 




^ 



^^ 



-i J i .l J 



i 



r " r^ r ■ r 



^ir 



Ma - ter al 
e' - lis o 
lu - men ere 



ma, 

re, 
cis, 



^^ 



4 i >^t^.^j ,. J J 



At - que sem - per 
Fun- da nos in pa 
Ma - la no - stra pel 



u 



u. 



^ 



^ 



ipM 



m 



^^^ 



r jL f ' fr^ ^f ' ^ ' r"' r :i i rjif ' f • "f^ ' "r- 



gfo Fe - lix coe - li 

ce, Mu-tans He - v?e 

le, Bo - na cun - eta 



por 
no 



ta. 
men. 
see. 



A - 






J^_-^=i^ 



^^ 



4. Mon gtra te, esse matrem, 
Sumat per te preces, 
Qui pro nobis natus, 
Tulit esse tuus. 

6. Vitam praestapuram, 
Iter para tutum, 
lit videntes Jesum, 
Semper collaetemur. 



5. Virgo singularis, 

Inter omnes mitis, 
Nos culpis soliitos 
Mites fac et castos. 

TjjfSit laus Deo Patri, 

Summo Christo decus, 
Spiritui sancto, 

Tribus honor unus. 



It is suggested that the 1-% 3Vd, S^h' & 7 tb stanzas be sufig in unison, the others 
\n harmony. 



336 



234. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Ave, marts stella. 
(Second time, for a choir only.) 



A EDMONDS TOZER. 



* j J J J J I J I J J J J I J g 



1. Vifk - ve, ma-ris 

3. Sol-ve vin-cla re - is, 

5. Vir-g-o sin-g'U - la - ris, 



f F 

stel- la, 



T~r 



r f f r 

De- i Ma-ter al - ma, 

Pro-fer lu-men cae - cis, 

In-ter o-mnes mi - tis, 



4 J J J J Uj J I J J J J i d 



r r r r r ? ' r r r r 




Last stanza begins here. 



^ , J^UI>V I^VUIVaU fC^/K IILO Ikt^l o. I , , 



r r r 

2. Su-mens il - lud A - 

4. Mon -stra te, es - se ma - 

6. Vi - tarn prae-sta pu -, 



^rirj-t 



ve Ga - bri 

trem, Su-mat 
ram, I - ter 

^ J^ 



lis 
per te 
pa - ra 



U 



o - re, 
pre - ces, 
tu - tum, 



-^ ^^ ^^ff rr^ r-r r ' r r 



f=^ 



r^ ' r hr ^ - ^U ^ 'rr r r^ =^ 



^ 



Fun-da nos in pa - ce 
Qui pro no-bis na - tus, 
Ut vi-den-tes Je - sum, 



Mu-tans He-vae 
Tu-lit es-se 
Sem-per col-lae 

J J ^^ 



no-men. 

tu - us. 

te-mur. 



^J. 



"CT" 

A - men. 




J.F.«fi: B. 3725 



7, Sit laus Deo Patri, 

Summo Christo decus, 
Spiritui sancto, 

Tribus honor unus. 



234. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Ave, maris stella. 



(Third tuue.) 



ffei 



337 



GERMAN. 



rrj 



r 

l.irif A - ve, ma-ris 
4. Mon- gtratBi es - se 
7. ff Sit laus De - o 



stel - la, 
ma - trem, 
Pa - tri, 



^ 



De - i Ma - ter 

Su-mat per te 

Sum -mo Chri- sto 

J- 



S 



± 



i'i';i'||'hi' 11 I I I 



^ 



^m 



f^^ 



Vir - fifo 



^ 



al - 
pre - 
de - 



ma, 
ces, 
cus, 



At - que sem - per 
Qui pro no - bis 
Spi - ri - tu - i 

J J J ^ 



na 
san 



tus, 
cto. 



1 



i 



^ ^ \ ^-r r-r : 



i 



ifi' i' ,' ^ 'ri 



^ 



m 



Fe - lix coe - li 

Tu - lit es - se 

Tri - bus ho - nor 

^ J 



'1 



por '- ta. 
tu - us. 
u - nus. 



w^ 



I I n i' 



Sumens illud Ave 5. 

Gabrielis ore, 
Funda nos in pace, 

Mutans Hevae nomen, 

I Solve vincla reis, 6. 

Profer lumen csecis, 
Mala nostra pelle, 

Bona cuncta posce. 

This tune may be sung in unison to stanzas 1. 4. 7. by the congregation; leaving 
the choir to sing the second tune in harmony to the stanzas bracketed together. 
J. F. & B. 272.5 - 



Virgo singularis, 
Inter omnes mills, 

Nos culpis soliitos 
Mites fac et castos. 

iVitam praesta puram, 
Iter para tutum, 

Ut videntes Jesum, 
Semper collaetemur. 



338 



234. 



Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 



(Fourth tune.) 



Ave, maris stella 
) /\ J'^^^fft'^S^tion in unison. 



C. RAYMOND-BARKER, S.J. 



m 



55^ 



1. A - ve, ma-ris 
3. Sol-ve vincla 



^ 



stel-'laf De-i 
re - is, Profer 



^ 



^ 



Ma-ter 
lumen 



fWf 



u 



ma, 
cis. 



j^a 



jjjj„.j i j,^ iMi^^^ m 



que semper Vir - go 
Ma- la no-stra pel - le, 



I. 



Fe - lix coe - li por 
Bo-na cun-cta p. 



'Jl2 



ta. 
see. 






Choir inharmony . 



J ^ J J I J-J 



2. Su-mens il - lud A - ve I Ga-bri- e-lis o - re 



2. Su-mens il - lud 
4. Mon- stratei es - se 




Fun-da nos in pa - ce, 
Qui pro no -bis na - tus, 

J J J ^ 



r 

Mutatis He-vre ho - men 
Tu-lit es - se tu - us. 

J J J .. J ^ J 




Org. 



B.C. 



5. /Virgo singularis, 
Unison\ ^^^er omnes raitis, 
Nos culpis solutos 
Mites fac et castos. 



)n< 



6. /Vitam praesta puram, 

iUt videntes Jesum 
V Semper collaetemur. 



7. /Sit laus Deo Patri, 



Unison. 



J.F.<fe B. 2725- 



) Summo Christo decus, 

iSpiritui sancto, 

\ Tribus honor unus. 




Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 

Ave, matis Stella. 



339 



(Fifth tune.) 
Stanzas 1.3.5.7 in unison. 



A.EDMONDS TOZER, 



234. 



w^^wii ^ U ^ u.'ri m 



l.ntf A-ve, ma-ris st'el - la, 
3. Sol-ve vin-cla re - is, 
5. Vir-go sin-g-u - la - ris, 
7. J^ Sit laus De - o Pa - tri, 



7. j^Sit laus De- o Pa- tri, Summo Christo 



De- i Ma-ter ai - ma, 

Pro-fer lu-men cae-cis, 

In-ter omnes mi-tis, 

Summo Christo de - cus. 



te 



J i j J J 



^m 



n 



p=f 



rr^ 



At -que semper Vir 
Ma - la no-stra pel 
Nos cul-pis so - lu ■ 
Spi-ri - tu - i san 



le, 

tos, 

cto. 



Fe-lix coe- li por - ta. 

Bo-na cun-cta po - see. 

Mi-tes fac et ca - stos. 

Tribus honor u - nus. 



A - men. 



Hj\i\ \ UU \ \\\\ ^ 



m 



Stanzas 2.4.<& 6 for choir only 



h'/iW^'ri'i!^ 



^ 



^ 



Z. Sumens il-lud 
4. Mon gtratfi es-se 
6. Vi-tampraesta 



A - 've , 

ma - trem, 

pu - ram 



^ 



Ga-bri - e - lis 
Su-mat per te 
I-ter pa-ra 



- re, 
pre - ces, 
tu -, tum, 



^jhnKV . ufv 



^m 






fe^ 



I 



f'rf f 'T^rf 



Fun -da nos in 

Qui pro no - bis 

Ut vi-den-tes 



pa - ce, 

tus, 
Je - sum. 



Mutans He-vae 
Tu-lit es - se 
sem-per col-lae 



no - men. 
tu - us . 
te - mur. 



^ 



ut vi-aen-tes je - sum, sem-per coi-iae - te - mur 



340 



VOI(?ES. 

235. 

ORGAN. 



Pro Gratiarum Actione. 

Te Deum laudamus. 

Tonus solenmis. Modus 3 et 4. 

Priest. Choir. 



'I ;, J J J' J-J ^ r"*^ i ;, J] Ji .^ 



Te De-um lau - da - mus: *) te Do - mi-num con 
CVI.M.i'^ieo) 



^^ 



^ 



2E 



n^k k 



h J-^-^ 

^ 



fi - te - miir. Te ae-te'r-num Pa - trem 



^^ 



m K}^ J) r& ^ 



r : : p r B r 



FT 



^^ 



^ 



r — r p 



;^ i 7 



^ 



f | ;,j;3J>J>J>r^J7:j v Il PJ'p p^^^^ 



o-mnis ter-ra ve-ne - ra - tur. Ti - bi omnes an-g"e-li, 



JMV'dtgffl'/ liJ«^"l"'^' 



' i'^ ^^ i \? i '^i ^ 



J 



-i^r-t-i n 



^^ tJ r M ' 



^ 



Accidentals are only placed before the first note they effect between the up- 
rig-ht bar lines. Unless contradicted, they are to be observed within those 
limits. 



J.F. Ǥ: B. 2746-5 



Coll. 2725- 



341 



ti - bi coe - li et u - ni-ver-spe po - te - ,sta - tes: 




i 



rz.-A 



r, f . r K 



^ 



^^^ 



Ti - bi Che-rubim et Se - ra-phim in-ces-sa-bi - li vo-ce 




pro - cla - mant. San - ctus, San - ctiis, 




■^ Is r---r ' 



pT r II r-r---r : 



i 



^j J J J J I J' j- J' j> p p -i^-i-^ 

San - ctus, Do-mi-nus De - us Sa - ba - oth. 






'' MT- ff 



I 



» 



^ 



342 



Pleni sunt c(je - li et ter - ra ma-i6-statis ffl6-ri-ae tu - ee. 



JJ,'^LL;ffl,.''^^V"'iii"7; I I 



H ^^.^- ^ ^^^- ^^ 



^^^^^ 



M 



^' r ' F :i^r 



^ 



f?^ p Ji J I J' J' J' j.' Ji J":^ 



Te glo-ri- 6 - sus A-po-sto-16 - rum cho - rus 




I 

,^ m p p J-^J J I J' J; J- J^ p j^ 



Te 



Pro-phe-ta - rum lau-da-bi - lis nii - me - rus, 






w 



^' i- r: J I J' J' : 



^^ 






i 



^ ^^^ -n-j 



^ 



r p u^r^ 



T 



m p p J' J' J' ^ J I J- ; ^ (. ^ 

Te Mar-tyrum can-di - da - tus lau-dat ex - er - ci - tiis, 






i 



1 

J.F.<feB. 2746-5 



^ 



^ 



P^^ 



^ 



343 



Te per orbem ter-ra - rum san-cta confi-tetur Ec-cle-si - a, 




i J [XT r~^ ^ ' J' J' J' i' i"^ ni J V 

Pa- - trem immen-sae ma-ie - sta - tis, 






i 



i 



^ 



^ 



ms 



\ i pi' f f p f Pi <i'j'tPfn J 7i 



Ve - ne-randum tu-um ve-rum, et u-ni-cum Fi-li - um, 










San 



ctum quo-que Pa - ra - cli - turn Spf-ri-tum. 



Ji' n^r»;i.' 'V-^^^ ' jj 



344 



j! JJJ'JJJ'/^JJ jI l yJJJ iJ>J';jJ';^J';, j|| 



TuRexgld-ri- pe,Chri-ste. Tu Patris sera-pi -ternus es, Fi-li-us. 









^^c;-r [,rr-C;r r ihp^^-r if f^^ 



|_v ;, ;. j^ j^ j^ j) j' j' j) > ^r ^ J 



Tu ad li - be-ran-dum sus - ce-ptu- rus ho - mi- nem, 



^ , J, ;, J) JU) J) j. J) J) ;: J-Jl jl J 




J' J' j' p J J- J J' n ;. ^ 



non hor - ru - i - sti Vir - g-i - nis li - te - rum. 



^ 



J' j i J' J 



'L^' in i ■' 



ir 



^J ^ i 



P 



^ 



^ 



o p r 



Tu, de - vi - cto mor - tis a - cii 



le 




J. Rife B. 2746-5 



345 



;,, j J J) J' J'Jl-p J' J j-j j' /a^ 



a - pe - ru - i - sti cre-den-ti - bus re - g-na cce - 16 - rum. 




7 h ;> J) J) J) J' ; ■ ■ r r r ~J i J' rj J) j: j j . 



Tu ad dex-teramDe-i se - des, in g-lo-ri-a Patris. 






^ 



^^ 



i 



p r [7 r r i-p^r ^^^ 



;> J) n j' J I j-3 J)^:::^ 



Ju - dex ere - de - ris es - se ven - tu - rus. 




Te er - g-o quae-su-mus, tu-is fa-mu-lis sub - ve - ni, 



346 



•j-j' n J J 



quos pre - ti - 6 - so san-g-ui - ne re - de - mi- sti. 



^^ 



' 1 i i- i rs ^ 



^^ 



^ r-a-i- 



^^ n 



«^ 



p Lj-r- 



M-Lj- r r 



Ae-ter-na fac cum Sanctis tu- is in gl6-ri-a nu-me-ra - ri. 




Sal- vum fac p6-pu-lum tu - um Do- mi - ne 





et be - ne-dic hpe - re - di - ta - ti tu - ?e 




J.F.cfeB. 2746-5 



347 



Et re-g-e e - os, et ex-tol-le il-los us-que in ?e - ter-num. 




Per sin - gu - los di 



be - ne - di - ci - mus te. 






Et lau - da-mus no-men tu - um in s^ - cu - lum, 




^ 1 J' J- ; J J' n > ^ 



et in s?e 



cu - lum s^ - cu - li. 



# 



ct 111 sft; - <ju - ium sen - uu 

J- h > — -J }l I 



^w 



P P--T t^ 



348 



i 



^^=B 



TTJ' J' J' J ^^^E^ 



LXJ r 



Di - g-na - re, Do - mi - ne di - e i 



sto 




t .h ; -3 J' J' -J' rj j' n 3 



si - ne pec - ca - to nos cu - sto - di - re. 



i^u^\-^^u Lm 



^ 



_r>:^ 



^n^ ^ .. 



r 



i-/-f-- 



C-T p-f 



( |-7j, j^J'^^i'-rl-^J 1 ^ 



Mi- se- re-re nostri Do - mi-ne, mi- se- re -re no-stri. 



4 ' )' i^i^:iii.^ P - '-441^^-^ 



'TT-jr: 



l-rr ^Pffff^.';',^ 



J. F. «fe J3. 2746-5 



349 



i V ;, /: J) j' i' j' J' j) j) J J) J) ;> .^ n J 



Fi - at mi- se-ri-cdr-di- a tu - a, D6-mi-ne, su - per nos, 







^ j^;3J'-JW>-f-j J' J ^j J 7 i ij,j ^ ^ 



quem-ad- modum spe - ra - vi - mus in te. In te, Do- mi-ne, 



JpL^'li" V.' ^^/ III 1^1 



i 



a< — -ir 



i=J: 



^^^ 



J^ 



^^U^^^^ 



^^ 



fe 



f=^ 



^ j^ JT-j > I J , pT] ji J' J^ J~r] J 



spe- ra - vi: non con - fun - dar in ee - ter - num. 




350 



O salutaris hostia. 

(First tune.) a. EDMONDS TOZER. 



236. 



1. O sa - lu - ta - ris ho - sti 

2. U - ni tri - no - que Do - mi 






i 



^ 



^^ 



pan - dis o - sti 

ter - na glo - ri 



Quae 

Sit 



coe 
sem 




#^=4= 


W*r^ 


^^ 


^ 




t^ 


ro - bur, 


for au - 


xi - 11 - 


um. 






bis do - 


net in 


pa - tri - 


%a. 


A - 


men. 


Wj — f- 


ffrtf^ 


|.J J 


d 


Hn 


rH 


* 


-1 — M — ' 


^'^f=L_ 


^=j 


i^^r* 


L^ 



J.F.«feB. 272.5- 



351 



O salutaris hostia. 



(Secotid time,) 



E.A.HEDGCOCK. 



236. 



1. sa - lu - ta - ris ho - sti 

2. U - ni tri - no - que Do - mi 



\ n\i^^ ip^^V^ 



J J , M-~1-W 



^-P r I r-^ r 



a, 

no, 


Quae 

Sit 

...J.. 


coe - li 
sem - pi - 

li H 


r r 

pan - dis 
ter - na 


o - sti - um, 
grlo - ri - a, 



*l J I J-J 



^ 



J nJ"J7 



fm 



Bel 

Qui 



f=^ 



pre 
tarn 



munt ho 
si - ne 



sti 
ter 



Da 
No- 



^ 



^-^ L-^ 



J j J J ^ 



r i p r ir^ 



ro - bur, fer du - xi - li - um. 

bis do - net in pa - tri - a. ^ " ™^"- 



J J , ^J J 



"^^^I'^uif:,; 



pa 



^- , J. 






35i£ 



O salutaris hostia. 



(Third tune.) 



A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



236. 



i 



^ 



^ 



f 



J J-^ ^ I J- 



r r r r 'r r 



ff 



a^^i^ 



rrrr 



1.0 sa-lu-ta-ris ho-sti-a, Quae coe-li pan-dis 
2.U - ni tri- no- que Do-mi -no, Sit sem-pi-ter- na 

J^O.J J J ,J , J J J^ 



•n\tr i r r r r^T-^ 



r '^ ^ rrr 



liJ'i J n n 


— f— 


IJ J JJJ 


1 J- ,j J 1/3=^ 


6 - sti - um, 
g-lo-ri - a, 


Bel - 
Qui 

J 


la pre - munt ho - 
vi - tarn si - ne 

|J J J ^ 


sti - li - a, Da 
ter - mi - no No - 


¥"■ r ' r ' 


1^ 


^^ ' r r 


— f-^lS- ^F — 



UhS ^ 1 - n 


1 J n 1 


-T^ 


fl 


ro - bur, fer au 
bis do - net in 

-^Pw, — F p r^ 


xi - li - um. 
pa - tri - a. 

J-J^-f- 


1 'o' 

A - 

•A- 

HI 


men. 


^ \>\p ^ — F — w~ — "l^^ 


Lf— f^-^ 


-4-Ti — 


H 



J.F.cfeB. 2725- 



Tantum ergo. 



353 



(First tune) 



GERMAN. 



237. 




1. Tan - turn er - g"o 

2. Ge - ni - to - ri, 



Sa-cra-men-tum, Ve - ne - re-mur 
Ge - ni - to - que Laus et ju - bi - 




r-g: 


-^-A — ^n 




— F \ 


— 1 — 1 i — i — 


^ 


r U.r^ 

cer - nu - i, 
la - ti - 0; 


Et 
Sa 


an - ti - quum 
- lus, ho - nor, 


/ I i r ' 

do - cu - men - tum 
vir - tus quo - que 


ZLl 


^ ^ r 1 




' r ' ^ 


r r r r 1 



^m. 



^^ 



J J J J 



r r 'r w ' "[-"Ur r " r ^^^£-f 



No - vo ce - dat ri - tu - i; 

Sit et be - ne - di - cti - o; 



Prae - stet fi - de 
Pro - ce - den- ti 



^n i i 



i 



i 



i i J 






T^ 



^^^ 



J J J j I J. ]u-J-iA 



^ 



Sen - su-um de 
Corn-par sit lau 



r r r :/ 

sup - pie - men- tum 
ab u - tro - que 



fe - ctu - i. 
da - ti - o. 



/,^i''i' ii'7f/ii' 



=§= 



354 



Tantum ergo. 

(Second tune.) 



237. 



ih^ rJ 



^^ 



Mgr. NEWSHAM. 



^ 



1. Tan- turn er-go Sa - era- men-turn, Ve - ne - 

2. Ge-ni - to- ri, Ge - ni - to - que Laus et 



•^-MiT ir r if-rr ' r rr i F r 



r^:^ '!'^ ^-^' " i-' r 'i'"'i ' i ^ 



s 



re - mur cer - nu - i, 
ju - bi - la - ti - O; 



Et an - ti - quum do - cu - men-turn 
Sa-lus, ho- nor, vir - tus quo -que 



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Tanttim ergo. 



355 



(Third tune. 



237. 




A.EDMONDS TOZER. 



1. Tan-turn er - go Sa - era- men- turn, Ve - ne - re - mar 

2. Ge - ni - to - ri, Ge - ni - to - que Laus et ju - bi - 

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Prae-stet fi - des 
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238. 



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Lauda - te Dominum omnes g^ntes: laudate eum omnes p6-puli. 

(Quoniam confirmata >.. . et Veritas Do-). .. 

?est super nosmiseric6r-j^^- ^ « "J^^- mini maneti^^^-t^^ " «^- 
Gloria- PatrietFili-o: et Spiri - tu-i san - cto. 

Sicuteratinprincipio.etnunc.etsemper.etin sj^ulai j^P^j^j^ _ men. 



* B may be sung by the Trebles ifY is too high. 



Repeat 
Adoremus, 



238. 



Adoremus, 



(Second tune.) 
Lento assai. 



E.J.BIEDERMANN. 
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Ad - o - re-mus in ae -ternum sanctis-si-mum Sacra-men - turn. 



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'Laudate Dominum" same as above. 



J.F.&B. 2725 



Words by 
Rev. HUGH T. HENRY. Litt.D. 



Long Live the Pope. 

Hymn for the Pope. 
Mixed Voices. 



Music by 
H.G. GANSSl 



SOPRANO 
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TENOR. 
BASS. 



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1. Long live the Pope! His prais - es sound, A - 

Z. Be - leag-uered by the foes of earth, Be 

3. His sig- net is the Fish- er- man's 5 No 

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gain and yet a 

set by hosts of 

seep - tre does he 

church and school and 

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gain: His rule is o - ver 

hell. He guards the loy - al 

beari In meek and low - ly 

home: "Long live the Shep-herd 




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md time; His throne the hearts of me 



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space and time*. His throne the hearts of men: All 

flock of Christ, A watch - fill sen - ti - nel: And 

maj - es - ty He rules from Pe - ter's Chair: And 

of the Flock! Long live the Pope of Rome!" Al ■ 

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hail! the She p -herd -King of Rome, The theme of lov - ing 

yet, a -mid the din and strife, The clash of mace and 

yet from ev - 'ry tribe and tongue, From ev - 'ry clime and 

might - y Fa-ther, bless his work, Pro - tect him in his 

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song: 
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Let all the earth his glo - ry sing, And 

He bears a - lone the shep herd staff, This 

Three hun - dred mill - ion voic - es sing, The 

Re - ceive his prayers ful - fil his hopes. And 



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Three hun- dred mill - ion 

Re - ceive his prayers ful 



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ry of his 
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herd staff. This 

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