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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, believe, I

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.
have not included the proper plain-chant melodies to the translated Breviary
I

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.
assistance they were ever ready to render, enabling me to
for the invaluable
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.
INDEX.
ENGLISH HYMNS.
First Line of Hymn.
First Line of Hymn. Author, or Source of Hymn.

Eternal Glory of the Heavens Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.

Faith of Our Fathers! Living Still . . Very Rev. F. W. Faber.

Father of Many Children! In the Gloom Very Rev. F. W. Faber.


For Christ's Dear Sake with Courage Bear Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin of Bernard
For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country f

of Cluny by Dr. J. M. Neale.


\
From Highest Heaven, the Father's Son Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.
From Sina's Trembling Peak Rev. E. Caswall.
Full in the Panting Heart of Rome .
Cardinal Wiseman.

Glory be to Jesus Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Casw.all.


God of Mercy and Compassion . Fr. Vaughan,C.SS.R.
God the Father, Who Didst Make Me Anon.
Grace Increate Rev. E. Caswall.

Hail, Full of Grace and Purity ....


Hail, Glorious S. Patrick, Dear Saint of Ourlsle
Fr. Placid
F. W.
Very Rev.
Conway, O.P
Faber.
Hail, Holy Joseph, Hail VeryRev.F.W. Faber.
Hail, Holy Mission, Hail Rt. Rev. Bishop Chadwick.
Hail, Holy Queen, Enthroned Above From the " Catholic School Chimes."
Hail, Jesus, Hail, Who for My Sake Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star Rev. Dr. Lingard.
Hail, Thou Resplendent Star
Hail Wounds,
....
Which Through Eternal Years
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.

Happy We, Who Thus United .... Anon.

Hark, An Awful Voice is Sounding . Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.


Hark, Hark, My Soul, Angelic Songs are
Swelling 169 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Hark, the Sound of the Fight Hath Gone Forth 171 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Have Mercy on Us, God Most High 66 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
He Who Once, in Righteous Vengeance 89 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Hear Thy Children, Gentle Jesus 210 Rev. F. Stanheld.
Hear Thy Children, Gentlest Mother . . 211 Rev. F. Stantield.
Help, Lord, the Souls Which Thou Hast Made 136 Anon.
High Let Us All Our Voices Raise . 152 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.
Holy Ghost, Come Down Upon Thy Children 63 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Holy God, We Praise Thy Name 200 Rev. Clarence Walworth.
Holy Godhead, One
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord
in Three
God Almighty
.... 175 From S. Ambrose.
65 R. Heber.
Holy Spirit, Come and Shine .... 59 \
f Tr. from the
Latin bv the Very
Rev. J. Aylward.O.P.
Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
How Vain the Cruel Herod's Fear 19
I

Neale.
\

IDoNot Ask, O Lord, That Life May Be 180 . . Adelaide Proctor.


1 Dwell a Captive in this Heart 85 From S. Alphonsus.
I'll Sing a Hymn to Marv 105 Anon.
I Love, I Love Thee, Lord Most High 202 . Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall
I Met the GoodShepherd But Now on the Plain 194 Rev. E. Caswall.
It Great Wonders Thou Desirest . . . . 128 From S. Bonaventure.
First Line of Hymn. Composer, pr Source of Tune.

Eternal Glory of the Heavens . 193 tW. Ratcliffe.


fi., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii., Tra-
! ditional Melody; iii., fGerman
Faith of Our Fathers Living StiH
! . . 174
(1669) harm, by J. C. Bowen; iv.,
I

fRev. H. G. Ganss.
(.

Father of Many Children! In the Gloom 125 |A. Edmonds Tozer.


For Christ's Dear Sake with Courage Bear 188 JF. Armstrong.
For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country 165 |F. Lambert.
From Highest Heaven, the Father's Son 160 f A. Edmonds Tozer.
From Sina's Trembling Peak 143 fW. H. Harris.
Fullin the Panting Heart of Rome . 173 JA. Edmonds Tozer.

Glory be to Jesus . . _
. 90 i., JE. Norton; ii., German.
God of Mercv and Compassion . 226 English Melody.
God the Father, Who Didst Make Me 70 J A. Edmonds Tozer.
Grace Increate 62 tC. Mayland.

Hail, Full of Grace and Purity 119 JRev. R. B. Sankey.


Hail, Glorious S. Patrick, Dear Saint of Our Isle 122 From the "Trier Gesangbuch."
Hail, Holy Joseph, Hail 124 tH. Whitehead.
i., IJ. Francis; ii., Rt. Rev. Mgr.
Hail, Holy Mission, Hail 224 /
I Crookall.
Hail, Holy Queen, Enthroned Above . 100 JA. Edmonds Tozer
Hail, Jesus, Hail, Who for My Sake . . . 87 i., JA. Edmonds Tozer; ii.,V.Novello.
Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star lOI Traditional Melody.
Hail, Thou Resplendent Star 92 J. Richardson
Hail Wounds, Which Through Eternal Years . 88 tG. L. Eaton.
rfCologne Hymn Book (1768)
Happy We, Who Thus United 228 \ Harm, by Fr. 0. Raymond-
Barker, S.J.
Hark,
Hark,
An Awful Voice is Sounding
Hark, My Soul, Angelic
....
Songs are
(
tH. Whitehead.

Swelling 169 J. Richardson.


ri., tDr. C. Harford Lloyd; ii.,
Hark, the Sound of the Fight Hath Gone Forth 171 JJ.
\ Francis.
Have Mercy on Us, God Most High 66 tH. G. Alexander.
He Who Once, in Righteous Vengeance 89 tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J.
Hear Thy Children, Gentle Jesus 210 {A. Edmonds Tozer.
Hear Thy Children, Gentlest Mother 211 tRev. A. Young, C.S.P.
Help, Lord, the Souls Which Thou Hast Made 136 S.Webbe, Jun.
High Let Us All Our Voices Raise . 152 tE. A. Hedgcock.
Holy Ghost, Come Down Upon Thy Children 63 W. Schulthes.
Holy God, We Praise Thy Name 200 German.
Holy Godhead, One in Three
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
.... . . .

175 tR. A. Turton.


65 tE. T. Cook.
Holy Spirit, Come and Shine .... 59 i., S. Webbe; ii., tE. M. Lott,

How Vain the Cruel Herod's Fear .


19 |A. Edmonds Tozer.

I Do Not Ask, O Lord, That Life May Be 180 t A. Edmonds Tozer.


I Dwell a Captive in this Heart
Sing a Hymn to Mary
.... .

85
.

tC. Schmidt.
Traditional Melodv.
I'll 105
I Love, I Love Thee, Lord Most High . 202 tDr. C. W. Pearce.
I Met the GoodShepherd But Now on the Plain 194 JA. Edmonds Tozer.
If Great Wonders Thou Desirest .... 1
ri., t M. F. McConnell;
F.dmnnHs ToTier.
ii. JA.
First Line of Hymn. Author, or Source of Hymn.

Immaculate Mary .... 95 Tr. from the French.


Tr. from the Latin by Dr.
It is No Earthly Summer's Ray 126
(
J. M.
\ Neale.
I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of God 197 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.

Jerusalem, the Golden


f Tr. from the Latin of Bernard
164
\ of Cluny by Dr. J. M. Neale.
Jerusalem, Thou City Blest . 159 Tr. from the Latin
Jesu, Creator of the World . 84 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Jesu, the Soul Hath in Thy Love 207
/ Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by
Jesu, the Very Thought is Sweet 25
I Dr. J. M. Neale.
Jesus, All Hail, Who for My Sin 31 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Jesus! As Though Thyself Wert Here 36 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Jesus, Ever Loving Saviour 30 Anon.
Jesus, Gentlest Saviour 185 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Jesus God, the Solid Earth
is . . . . 172 Verv Rev. F. W. Faber.
Jesus, My God, Behold at Length the Time 225 Rt. Rev. Bishop Chadwick.
Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All 73 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Jesus, Redeemer of the World . . . . 7 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Jesus, Teach us How to Pray . . . .
12 Anon.
Jesus, the Only Thought of Thee / Tr. from the Latin of S.Bernard by
. . . 23 1 Rev. E. Caswall.

Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling


Gloom 186 Cardinal Newman,
Tr. from the Greek by Dr. M.
Let Our Choir New Anthems Raise 147
f

Neale.
J.
t
/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
Lights Abode, Celestial Salem . 167
t Neale.
f Tr. from the Latin by Dr.
J. M-
Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky 54 \ Neale.
Light of the Soul, O Saviour Blest 205 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.
Like the Dawning of the Morning 4 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Like the Voiceless Starlight Falling 103 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Look Down, O Mother Mary 98 Tr. from S. Alphonsus.
Lord, by Thy Prayer in Agony 120 Fr. Placid Conway, O. P.
Lord of Immensity Sublime 178 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Lord Thrice Holy, Lord of Might 69 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Love, Thou Dost all Excel 83 Lady Catherine Petre.
Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep 195 J. E. Leeson.

Maker, By Whose Unuttered Word Rev. H. N. Oxenham.


Michael, Prince of Highest Heaven Anon.
Mother Mary, at Thine Altar Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Mother of Mercy, Day by Day Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Mother Our Lord and Saviour
of 102 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art 208 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
My God, I Love Thee, Not Because 209 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.

My God, My Father, While I Stray 199 C. Elliott.


My Lord, My God, What Wiliest Thou 198 Anon.

Now Are the Days of Humblest Prayer 29 Anon.


Now Doth the Fiery Sun Decline 218 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
First Line of Hymn. No. Composer, or Source of Tune.

Immaculate Mary 95 Lourdes Pilgrims' Tune.


It is No Earthly Summer's Ray 126 German.
I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of God . . . 197 fA. Cottam.

Jerusalem, the Golden 164 tA. E. Baker.


Jerusalem, Thou City Blest 159 tA. E. Baker.
Jesu, Creator of the World 84 tE. A. Hedgcock.
Jesu, the Soul Hath in Thy Love 207 JA. Edmonds Tozer.
Jesu, the Very Thought is Sweet 25 t J. P. Attwater.
Jesus, All Hail, Who for My Sin . . . 31 tH. Whitehead.
Jesus As Though Thyself Wert Here 36 tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J.
Jesus,
!

Ever Loving Saviour .... . .

30 fR. R. Terry.
P. Waddington; P^re
185
fi., tS. ii.,
Jesus, Gentlest Saviour
\ Lambillotte.
Jesus is God, Earth
the Solid
My God, Behold Length
....
Time
at the
172 tH. Whitehead.
225 Traditional Melody.
Jesus,
Jesus, My My God. My
Lord, All 73 i., JA. Edmonds Tozer; G.Herbert.
World ....
. . . ii.,

Jesus, Redeemer of the 7 tW. Ratcliffe.


Jesus, Teach How Pray ....
us to 12 tF. N. Birtchnell.

Jesus, the Only Thought of Thee 23 iJA.Edmonds Tozer; ii.,tR.A.Turton.

Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling


Gloom 186 fW. S. Vale.
Let Our Choir New Anthems Raise 147 t A. Edmonds Tozer.
Lights Abode, Celestial Salem . 167 JA. Edmonds Tozer.

Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky 54 |A. Edmonds Tozer.


Light of the Soul, O Saviour Blest 205 tj. P. Attwater.
Like the Dawning of the Morning 4 tB. Luard Selby.
Like the Voiceless Starlight Falling 103 JA. Edmonds Tozer.
Look Down, O Mother Mary 98 J. Richardson.
Lord, by Thy Prayer in Agony 120 JRev. R. B. Sankey.
Lord of Immensity Sublime 178 tW. Ratcliffe.
Lord Thrice Holy, Lord of Might 69 tH. McCleUand.
Love, Thou Dost all Excel 83 tA. Barclay.
Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep 195 tJ. de Chastelain.

Maker, By Whose Unuttered Word 217 tE. Pieraccini.


Michael, Prince of Highest Heaven 157 JA. Edmonds Tozer.
Mother Mary, at Thine Altar 99 Traditional Melody.
fi., Traditional Melody; ii., J.
Mother of Mercy, Day by Day . 106
Richardson.
t
Mother of Our Lord and Saviot:r 102 JF. Lambert.
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art 208 fC. Erskine.
fi., tFr. E. Hanson, S.J.; ii. tA.
My God, I Love Thee, Not Because 209
) Edmonds Tozer.
fi..Traditional Melody; ii., tA.
My God, My Father, While I Stray 199 Edmonds Tozer.
t
My Lord, My God, What Wiliest Thou 198 tDr. Ferris Tozer.

Now are the Days of Humblest Prayer 29 tH. Whitehead.


Now Doth the Fiery Sun Decline 218 tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J.
First Line ot Hymn. Author, or Source of Hymn.

Now Let the Earth With Joy Resound Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Now With the Fast Departing Light Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.

Pilgrims Song (XI Cent.) Tr. from


O Christ, Our King, Give Ear 183
1
r

the Latin by Dr. J. M. Neale.


O Christ, the Beauty oi the Angel Worlds . . 158 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
j Tr from the Latin by Very Rev. J.
O Christ, Thou Brightness of the Day 213
1 D. Aylward, O.P.
O Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare . 132 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
O God ot Loveliness 206 Anon.
O God, Thy Soldiers' Crown and Guard / Tr.from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
148
\ Neale.
O Godhead Hid, Devoutly I Adore Thee . . 76 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall
O Gracious Lord, Creator Dear 34 Tr from the Latin by R. Campbell.
O Heart of Jesus, Heart of God 85 Lady Georgiana FuUerton.
O J esu Christ, Remember 184 Rev. E. Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by
O J esu. King Most Wonderful 24 j
( Rev. E. Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin of S. Bernard by
OJesu. Thou the Beauty Art
I

I Rev. E. Caswall.
O Jesus, Jesus, Dearest Lord 201 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
O Jesus, Our Redemption 176 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. AL
O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High 203 f
\ Neale.
O Mary, Dearest Mother 97 From a Private Collection.
O Mother, I Could Weep for Mirth
O Mother Most AtiHicted
.... 113 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
45 Anon.
O Paradise, O Paradise 168 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
O Purest of Creatures, Sweet Mother, Sweet
Maid . . .
.' Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
O Sacred Heart Rev. F. Stanfield.
r Tr. from the Latin by Dr.
O Sinner, Lift the Eye of Faith J. M.
\ Neale.
O Thou, Eternal King Most High
O Thou, Eternal Source of Love
....
.... 55 Tr. from the Latin by Rev, E. Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin by Rev. E. Caswall.
215
O Thou, Immortal Light Divine . . . .
67 Tr. from the Latin by Rev, E. Caswall.
O Thou, of All Thy Warriors, Lord . . . 146 Tr. from the Latin by Rev E. Caswall.
O Thou, Pure Light of Souls that Love Tr. from the Latin by Rev E. Caswall.
O
O
Thou, the Father's Image Blest
Thou, the Martvr's Glorious King
.... 57
191 Tr. from the Latin by Rev, E. Caswall.
Tr. from the Latin by Rev, E. Caswall.
149
O Thou, Who Thine Own Father's Breast . .
5 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev, E. Caswall.
O Vision Bright 109 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
O'erwhelmed in Depths of Woe . . . .
38 Tr. from the Latin by Rev. E.Caswall.
Oft as Thee, My Infant Saviour . . . .
9 Tr. from the Latin by Rev. E.Caswall.

Oh, Come and Mourn With Me Awhile 43 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.


Oh.Come to the Merciful Saviour, WhoCallsYou 179 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Oh, it is Hard to Work for God 192 Very Rev.
. . . . F. W. Faber.
Oh, it is Sweet to Think 137 Verv Rev. F. W. Faber.
Oh, Turn to Jesus, Mother, Turn
Oh, What is this Splendor That Beams on
....
Me
139 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.

Now 133 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.


Tr. from the Latin by Dr.
I
J. M.
Oh,Whatthe Joy and the Glory Must Be . 170 Neale.
I

Omnipotent, Infinite Lord 155 Tr. from the Latin bv Rev.E.Caswall.

Peaceful Eve. so Still and Holy


Praise to the Holiest in the Height
....
.... 17 D. C. B.
162 Cardinal Newman.
INDEX.
First Line of Hymn. Author, or Source of Hymn.

Queen of the Holy Rosary 114 E. M. Shapcote.

Redeemer, Blest of All Who Live 150 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall

Saint of the Sacred Heart 131 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.


See,Amid the Winter's Snow 8 Rev. E. Caswall.
Seek Ye a Patron to Defend 127 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
from the Latin of V. Fortu-
Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle 40 iTr.natus (VII Cent.) by Dr. J. M.
Neale.
Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 41 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 77 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
Sing, Sing, Ye Angel Bands . III Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
Sing We
the Peerless Deeds of Martyred Saints 145
\ Neale.
Sleep, Holy Babe 13 Rev. E. Caswall.
Souls of Men, Why Will Ye Scatter 177 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.
Soul of My Saviour, Sanctify My Breast 189 Tr. from Anima Christi (XIV Cent.)
Tr. from the Latin by Very Rev. J.
Sound the Mighty Champions Praises 129 J .

D. Aylward,O.P.
Starry Hosts are Gleaming
Stars of Glory, Shine More Brightly
.... I
216 E. L. Lee.
II Very Rev. Dr. Husenbeth.

Stars of the Morning, so Gloriously Bright 156 f


Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M
\ Neale.
/ Tr. from the Latin {cVl Cent.) by
Storm and Terror, Grief and Error .
Dr. J. M. Neale.
I
Sweet Angel of Mercy 154 Rev. E. Caswall.
Sweet Jesus,Thou a Haven Art 27 Rev. F. Stanfield.
Sweet Mother, Turn Those Gentle Eyes 94 Anon.
Sweet Sacrament Divine .... 71 Rev. F. Stanfield.
Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go 214 Very Rev. F. W. Faber.

The Angel Spake the Word


The Clouds Hang Thick O'er Israel's Camp
.... no Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
115 A. T. Drane.
Tr. from the Greek by Dr. J. M.
(

The Day is Past and Over 212


\ Neale.
The Darkness Fleets and Joyful Earth 35 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
The Dawn was Purpling o'er the Sky 51 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
/ Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
The Eternal Gifts of Christ the King 141
Neale.
t
The First Noel the Angel Did Say . 16 Traditional.
r Tr. from the Latin by Dr. J. M.
The Lamb's High Banquet We Await 52
t Neale.

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


The Royal Banners Forward Go 44 \ by Dr. J. M. Neale.
The Shadows of the Evening Hours 221 Adelaide Proctor.
The Snow Lay on the Ground 14 Anon.
The ....
Sun is Sinking Fast 220 Rev. E. Caswall.
The Word, Descending from Above 75 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
The World Very ....
is Evil 166
1
f Tr. from the Latin of Bernard
of Clunv bv Dr. J. M. Neale.
This Image
is theOur Queen of 96 Rev. E. Caswall.
from the Greek by Dr. J, M.
Those Bowers
Eternal.... 134
t
f Tr.

Neale.
Thou Crown of All the Virgin Choir 151 Tr. from the Latin by Rev.E.Caswall.
First Line of Hymn. Composer, or Source of Tune.

Queen of the Holy Rosary 114 JVictor Hammerel.

Redeemer, Blest of All Who Live 150 V. Novello.

Saint of the Sacred Heart 131 fRt. Rev. Mgr. Canon Hall.
i., Traditional Melody; ii., Old Eng-
See,Amid the Winter's Snow 8 f
lish Melody.
\
Seek Ye a Patron to Defend 127 JA. Edmonds Tozer.

Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle 40 tj. P. Attwater.

Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glor}' 41 tW. Ratcliffe.


Sing, My Tongue, the Saviour's Glory 77 tA. Edmonds Tozer.
i., fTraditional Melody; ii., fF. N.
Sing, Sing, Ye Angel Bands .
III (

Birtchnell.
(.

Sing We the Peerless Deeds of Martyred Saints 145 |A. Edmonds Tozer.
Sleep, Holv Babe 13 t Jacob H. Schloeder.
Souls of Men, Why Will Ye Scatter 177 tS. P. Waddington.
Soul of My Saviour, Sanctify My Breast 189 Fr. Maher, S.J.
Sound the Mighty Champions Praises . 129 tH. Whitehead.
Starry Hosts are Gleaming
Stars of Glory, Shine More Brightly
.... 216 |A. Edmonds Tozer.
II tH. Walther.
Stars of the Morning, so Gloriously Bright 156 JF. Armstrong.

Storm and Terror, Grief and Error 6 t A. Edmonds Tozer.


Sweet Angel of Mercy 154 tJ. T. Field.
Sweet Jesus, Thou a Haven Art 27 tG. F. Cobb.
Sweet Mother, Turn Those Gentle Eyes 94 J. Richardson.
Sweet Sacrament Divine .... 71 JRev. F. Stanfield, arr. by A. E. T.
Traditional Melody; ii., fO.
Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go 214
1
fi.,

Mayland.

The Angel Spake the Word no JF. Armstrong.


The Clouds Hang Thick O'er Israel's Camp 115 JA. Edmonds Tozer.
The Dav is Past and Over 212 tJ. P. Attwater.
The Darkness Fleets and Joyful Earth 35 fH. Dorman.
The Dawn was Purpling o'er the Sky 51 jF. Haworth.
The Eternal Gifts of Christ the King 141 fFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J.
The First Noel the Angel Did Say . 16 Traditional Melody.
The Lamb's High Banquet We Await 52 tW. A. B. Russell.

The Royal Banners Forward Go 44 tW. A. B. Russell.


The Shadows of the Evening Hours 221 t A. Edmonds Tozer.
The Snow Lay on the Ground 14 ii., J A. Edmonds Tozer.
The Sun is Sinking Fast . 220 i., tR. R- Terry; ii., JL. Behr.
The Word, Descending from Above 75 tW. Ratcliffe.
The World is Very Evil . . . 166 tFr. C. Raymond-Barker, S.J.
This is the Image of Our Queen 96 fF. N. Birtchnell.
Those Eternal Bowers 134 fElizabeth Raymond-Barker.
Thou Crown of All the Virgin Choir 151 tH. C. Nixon.
XIV. INDEX.
INDEX.
CaLtholic Church HymnaLl.
CLASSIFIED INDEX OF HYMNS No.

Advent 1-5, 196


Christmas 7-18, 229
Epiphany 19-21
Most Holy Name of Jesus 22-27, 201, 208
Before Septuagesima 28
Lent and Passion-Tide . . . .29 48, 117, 178, 230
Easter . 49-54
Ascension-Tide 55-57
Whitsun-Tide and Confirmation • 58-64. 233
Most Holy Trinity • 65-70, 175
Corpus and the Bl. Sacrament
Christi 71-78, 184, 185 223, 231, 232

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 79-86


Most Precious Blood of Jesus
Transfiguration ..... 87-90
204
Our Lady, and Month
Feasts of
Most Holy Rosary .... of Mary 91 13, 219, 234
114-121
Proper of Saints
Common of Saints
All Saints
. .

.... . 122-131
141-152
132-135
The Holy Souls, and Month November
of 136-140
Angel Guardian, and Feasts of Holy Angels 153-158, 169

Dedication of a Church
GeneralHymns
Evening Hymns
......
......
. . •
135, 159, 160, 165-167
161-209, 235
210-223
Missions and Retreats, 31,36-39,42,43,87-90,168 17I: 176-183, 186

[189, 194, 196 203, 209, 224-226

Confraternity of the Holy Family 227, 228

Confraternity of the *' Bona Mors" 30, 190

Apostleship of Prayer .
79-86
Stations of the Cross .
. 230

Hymns for Benediction 236-238


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

Syllables which have the nL_. placed under them are sung to one beat of the music;
any syllable having the sign over it is sung to two beats, or notes as the case may be.

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HYMNS
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Advent. . 6
Vefit) veni Emmanuel.

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l.//?/"Draw
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ni^h,
f'
draw
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nig^h, Em
I

/
man
A.EDMONDS TOZER.

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2. /Thou, the true East draw nigh, draw nigh. To


3./?/Draw nig"h, draw nigh, Thou Lord of Might, Who
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loose Thy
f=f=r cap - tive Is - ra - el, ^That mourns in lone - ly
give us com - fort from on high!
^^"And drive a way the
to Thv flock on Si - na's height*^' Didst give, of an - cient

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

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

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


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

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Advent.
Creator almc siderum.

^
1. rrif Cre a - tor stars of nig-ht, Thy
2. Thou g-riev-ing- that the an-cient curse Should
3.^ Thou
•hot cam'st the Bridegroom of the Bride, As
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people's
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last -
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light,
r
joje -
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su,
r r r
Re-deem- er,
doom to death an un - i - verse, C7mHast found the medi-cine
drew the world to even-ing- - tide; Pro -
ceed-ing from a

save
full
us
of g-race To
all, And hear Thy servants
save and heal a
FW^
when they call.
ru - inedrace. A -

Vir-g-inshrine,The spot-less vic-tim all di - vine. ,

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4. p At Whose
dread Name, majestic now,
must bend, all hearts must bow;
All knees
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;
Unison
To God the Father, as is meet,
To God the blessed Paraclete.
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Advent. ? , 1
En clara vox redarguit.
H. WHITEHEAD.

aw-
r sound
l.mfVLdirk, an ful voice is 'Christ IS
Z. Start- led the
at sol- emn warn ing-, Let the
3.
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Lp, the Lamb so long- ex pect ed Comes with
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nig-hV it seems "Cast
to a - say; way the dreams of dark
earth-bound soul a rise; /Christ her Sun, all sloth dis pell
par- don down from heaven; Let US haste with tears of sor

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the day!"
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Shines up on the morn ing- skies,

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row,

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One and

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all to

So when next He comes with gflory,


be for

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.
g-iven.

^
Wrapping- all the earth in fear,
May He then, as our Defender,
On the clouds of heaven appear.
5. Honor, g-lory, virtue, merit.
To the Father and the Son,
Imsonf
With the co-eternal Spirit,
V While eternal ages run.
.?*v/ fifnnzc nuiyb€i<n)'g in riMison.
;

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n Advent.
Our Lady's Expectation. B.LUARD SELBY.

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/ Like dawning- of the morning- On the mountains' grolden heigfhts,
tfie
Thou wert hap-py, blessed Mother With the ver - y bliss of heaven,
3.:^Thou hast -wait-ed, child of oer;

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Like the break-ing- of the moonbeams On the g-loom of cioud-y


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nights,
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Since the an-gel's sal-u - ta-tion In thy rap - tured earwas given;
/"Thou hast seen Him,blessed Moth- er, And wilt see Him ev- er - more.
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Like se - cret told by an-gels Getting known up-on the earth,


Since the A - ve of that midnight Whenthou wert anoint-ed Queen,
Oh, His hu - man Face and Features,Thev were passingsweet to see

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Isthe Mother's ex- pec ta-tionOf Mes - si - as' speed-y birth.
Like a riv-er o - ver f low-ing Hath the grace within thee been.
Thou be-hold-est them this moment; ^lother, show them now to me.

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Verbum sujiermim prodiens.
J. BROOK TOZER.

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1. '>r]f Thou.Who Thine own Father's Breast Forsaking-, Word su-blime!


5. 2.jOjoSo when be- fore thejudg-ment-seat The sinner hears his doom,

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.ill
f?
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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To God the Father, with the Son,


I
And Spirit evermore,
Unison ff'
I Be glory while the ages run,
As in all time before.
« ..^- Advent,
Tu7t(lein flucUis, tandem luctus.
A. EDMONDS TOZER.

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1. ystorm and t^r - ror, g-rief and er - ror,


6. Z. f O true splen- dor brig-ht and ten - der,
3.77^>'ow Thou keep - est rest and sleep - est

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Comes the sun to chase a - way: cres. And


wthe morn - ing-
Sun of Rig-ht-eous - ness on hi^h, Port Thou show- est,
In that zo - diac of de - lig"ht: cres.^oy here - af - ter

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fast a - dorn - ing All the sky pro claims the dav.
source Thou ow - est To the Vir- gfin's pu - ri - ty.
shall with laugfh-ter Hail the com- ing- Mon- arch's sight.

^ 2Je:

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 Darknessscattered, hell-gates shattered,
Victory to them draws nigh,
dim. Whom profession of trangression
Justly had condemned to die.
<i. /Earth rejoices, heavenly voices
^•^"^^r praise to God above;
f'uifif) f'
"^
i >'ow renewing and bedewing
Everv soul with fuller love.
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Christmas. ^ "Vv
Jesu Redemptor omnium.
W. RATCLIFFE.
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7.
&. Christmas.
n^ Hail, thou ever-blessed morn.
/\ (i {pirsi lunc.) , ,11—1,1, TRADITIONAL MELODY.

l./See, a-mid the winter's snow,Bornfor us on earth be-low


8. 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

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See, theten-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!

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""Hail, thou ev- er bless-ed morn, Hail, Redemption's hap-py dawn,

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4.^/" Teach, oh teach us, holy Child, 5. J3 Virgin Mother, Mary blest.
By Thy Face so meek and mild By the joys that fill thy breast,
Teach us to resemble Thee Pray for us that we may prove
In Thy sweet humility. Worthy of the Saviour's love.
Hail, thou, <fec. Hail, thou, <fec.

The first four lines of each stanza should be sung unaccompamed


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Christmas.
Ifail, thou ever-blessed morn.
(Second tune) OLD ENGLISH MELODY.

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l./See, a-mid the winter's snow, Born for us on earth be - low;
8. 3. Lo, within a manger lies HeWho built the star-ry skies
3. Sacred In-fant all di - vine, What a ten-der love was Thine

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See, the ten - der Lamb ap- pears,

come from high-


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He Who throned in heig-ht su - blime,
est
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bliss,
Promised from
Sits
Down to
a-mid
r=F
such
e - ter- rial years!
the Cher-u-'bim!
a world as this!

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

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Sing through all Je
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Ar.mf Teach, oh teach us, holy Child,


Bj^ Thy Face so meek and mild;
Teach us resemble Thee
to
In Thy sweet humility.
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Christ

5. jO Virgin

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Mother,
the joys that
Pray for us that we may prove
Worthy of the Saviour's love.
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Mary
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Beth-le-hem.

fill
blest,
thy breast,

Hail, thou, <fec. Hail, thou, «fec.

The first four liyies of each stanza should be sung unaccompanied.


10
Christmas.
Parvum quando cemo Deum.
A. EDMONDS TGZER.
ife ^
l./Oft
ft as Thee, my In-fant
in - fant Sav - iour, In thy
9. 2. Hap-py
ap-py Babe'
Babe! and hap-py Moth - er! O how
3. As the dawn from darkness spring-ing Breathes a

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thou -
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sand thrilling
great your bliss must be! Each en fold - ed in the
charm o'er na-ture's face; So the Child to Ma - rv

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Gloria in excel sis Deo.


OLD FRENCH MELODY.

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1. /"Ang-elswe have heard on hig-h, Sweet-ly sing-ing- o'er our plains,
2. Shepherds,whythis ju - bi -lee? Why your ^apturiOus strain prolong-?
10. 3. Come to Beth-le - hem, and see Him Whose birth the ang-els sing;

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And the mountains in rep-ly Ech- o - ing their joy- ous strains,
What the glad-some tid-ings be Which in-spire your heaven-ly song?
p Come, a-dore on bend-edknee Christ the Lord, the new-born King.

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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'.'
IS
Christmas.
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1.
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/Stars
1

of
Shepherds at

g-lo -
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ry,
the Manger.

i
shine
f=T=T
more
^H.WALTHER.

bright - ly,

11. 2. See a beau - teous an - gel soar - ing


3. See the shep- herds quick - ly ris - ing,

Pur-
In
f=r=f'
er be the
the bright ce -
moon-
les -
m ^^
light's
tial
beam,
blaze, On
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ye hours
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and
the shep- herds,
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Hastening to the hum - ble stall, And the - born

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Bring- the hour that ban - ished sad - ness,
"Fear not;' cries the heaven - ly stran - ger,
p Low - Iv now thev bend be - fore Him
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When
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Brought re-demp-tion down to earth, 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 Tid - ings of a Sav- iourfe birth,
low - ly man - ger, Shep-herds, haste ye to be- hold!'
they a - dore Him And His great-ness ce - le - brate.

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4. Hark the swell


of heavenly voices
Peals along the vaulted sky,
^Angels sing, while earth rejoices —
"Glory to our God on high;
Unison ff<
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
Christmas.
111 Children's hymn to the holy Child.
F. N.BIRTCHNELL.

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1. i?Je - sus, teach US how to pray,


12. 2. Let me not be rude or wild,
3. When I work when I play,

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Send dis - trac - tions far a - way, Suf - fer not our
Make me hum-ble, meek and mild. Pure as an - g-els
Be Thou with through the day, Teach me what to

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Christmas 15

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14.

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2.
3.
(First tune.)

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'Twas
She
snow
Ma
laid
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Christmas.
Children's Christmas carol.

lay
IT.
Him
A
on
daugh
in
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the
ter
A.EDMONDS TOZER.

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w stars shone
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bright,—
m
When Christ
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our Lord was

^
ho - ly Anne, That brought in - to this
Beth - le hem: The ass and ox - en

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born On mas
Christ- nig-ht..
world_ The God made Man._
shared The roof with them.-

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4. Saint Joseph too was by 5. The angels hovered round.
To tend the Child; And sang this song:
To gfuard Him, and protect c?tm."Venite adoremus
His Mother mild. Dominum'.'

S. nif And then that manger poor 7. /O come then, let us join
ores. Became a throne; The heavenly host.
Unisonjf
For He Whom Mary bore To praise the Father, Son,
/ Was God the Son. And Holy Ghost.
nMi
Christmas. ^f^'" 17
Children's Christmas carol
(Second tune.) A.EDMONDS TOZER.

stars shone When Christ our Lord was


ho - ly That broug-ht in - to this
Beth - le The ass and ox - en

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nig-ht.
world The God made Man._
shared The roof with them.

4. Saint Joseph too was by 5. The angels hovered round,


To tend the Child; And sang this song:
To guard Him, and protect <//m."Venite adoremus
His Mother mild. DominumV
e.^^And then that manger poor "^ff^ come then, let us join
ores. Became a throne; The heavenly host,
For He Who Mary bore To praise the Father, Son,
/ Was God the 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 ^^ Christmas.
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An old Christmas carol.
TRADITIONAL MELODY.
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Vir- g-in most
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pure, as
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the
J
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Prophets did
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15. Z.rr^ln Beth - le - hem cit - y in ry it


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Sav-iour,
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did

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fair, A num - ber of peo-ple so might -y was

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pass.
,

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And
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be
there
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to be
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with
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death,
man
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hell
y
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and
one
there That Jo-seph and Ma - ry, whose sub - stance was
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^m sin,
moe,
Which
For
small, Could procure
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Adam's
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in
n
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trans-gression
com-mand-ed
the
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inn
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had
the
no
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wrapped
same should be
lodg-ing
us

at
in.
so.
all.

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side, Christ Je-sus our Saviour was born on this tide.

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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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Christmas.
A traditional Christmas carol.
TRADITIONAL MELODY.

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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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^ Peaceful eve, so still and holy.
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The Infant Jesus.
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pp molto ritard.

4. 772/" Yes, dearest Babe, those tiny Hands,


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.
26
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God an-nounc-ing-, Hid be-neath a form of earth.
g-ifts to of - fer, Gifts of in-cense, g-old and myrrh.

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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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Jesu, decus angelicum.

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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, dulcis memoria .

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With springs of life and light;
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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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(L Jesu, Bex admirabilis.
H.WARE.

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3. Je - su, Light of all be - low. Thou
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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.
Jesu, spotless virgin flower.
Our life and joy; to Thee
Unison f Be praise, beatitude, and power
Through all eternity.
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Jesu, diilcis memoria.


J. P.ATTWATER.

l.^/Je - su! The ver - y thought is sweet! In that dear


25. 2.y No word is sung- more sweet than this: No name is
3. Je - su! the hope of souls for- lorn! How good to

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heard more full of bliss: No thought brings sweeter com -fort
how
them for sin that mourn!

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Glortosi Salvatoris

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2. ^LrNarne of g-lad-ness, Name of pleasure, .Bythistong-uein - ef-fa-ble,
26. y;{/"'Tis theName^for . ra-tion,.s?'Tis the Name of vic-to-ry,
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Haven of rest. G.F. COBB.

1. ?/^Svi^eet Je - sus, Thou ven irt From


27. 2. / Thy Name falls sweet on ex iles' ear,
balm
'Tis
Thy
3. mf The brok - en heart with heal in 8"

life's tem-pes - tuous sea,- cres.KW find a ref- uge


mu - sic from a bove; It stays the mourner's
change-less love doth fill: Thou sav - est"Peace','the

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36 Q\ Before Septuagesima.
Alleluia, dulce carmen.
A.EDMONDS, TOZER.

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28. 2. Al le-lu joy - ful moth - er Of the blest, Je
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In Thy home beyond the sky,
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Singing everlastingly.
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Pater, audi nos.
H. WHITEHEAD.
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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.
Lent.
Hyimi for a happy death.
R.R.TERRY.

P] lov-ing- Sav-iour, Th
approaching"
30. 3. Je - sus.when in cru-'el
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H. WHITEHEAD.

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hast the thirs-ty world supplied With end -less streams of love.
God's rigfht hand in pomp and power Our na-ture still dost wear:

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die. And hide my life with Thee,
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by their sim-ple -lence plead Thy count-less mer- its there.
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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.

l.joA gain the tiime ap point - ed see, That

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sire re - lief, And pe ni - tence be there,
ven-geance just, Un less 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.
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Audi, henigne Conditor.

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R G. SANDERS.

1. p Thou lov - in^ Mak - er of man-kind, Be


33. 2. Great Judge of hearts, Thou dost dis - cern Our
we we Our

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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.

l.jo O g-ra- ClOUS Lord, Cre a - tor dear. In


34. 3. Thou, Who our se - cret thoughts canst trace, And
3. Black our g-uilt and g-reat our shame; But,

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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.

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Lent. 43
C'. >vi O Sol salutis intimis.
H.DORMAN.
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t<r r
dark- ness
r
fleets,
r
and joy - earth Wei
ful •

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ed
That foun- tain whence our

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tears to pu - ri fv, Give flames of love to
soon in tears dis til, If but Thy pen - i

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44 Lent.
'S "Y\^
Jesu dulcis, amor mens.
qi^„. C.RAYMOND -BARKER,
U.KAYMUJNJJ-BAKKEK, S.J.
is

1. j»Je - sus! as thoug-h Thy self wert here, I


36. 2. Hail, aw - ful Brow! hail thorn -y wreath! Hail,
S.w^And

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hail

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to thee, my

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Sav-iour!s Side;

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draw in trembling- sor-row near: And, hang--ing- o'er Thy
Coun- te- nance now pale in death, Whose g-lance but late so
hail to thee, thou Wound so wide: Thou Wound more rud - dv

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Form di - vine, Kneel down to kiss these Wounds of Thine,


brig-ht- ly blazed, That an - g^els tremb-led as they g-azed.
than the rose, True an - ti dote of all our woes.

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For me so mangled! I entreat.
My Jesus, turn me not away,
But let me here for ever stav.
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The Cross.
ELIZABETH RAYMOND -BARKER.
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37.
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46
^' Passion -Tide.
Scevo dolorum turbine.
E.M.LOTT.
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l.joOer whelmed in depths of
erwhelmed woe.
woe, Up - on the tree
trei of scorn

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38. Hark, with what aw-ful cry His Spir- it takes Itsflight;

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2.

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3. The sun withdraws his
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lig"ht;

e
The middayheavensgrowpale;

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r
of mankind, With racking- aneruif
g-uish
r "f- r f r torn,
That smote His Moth-er's heart, And wrapther soul in
cry, it night,
rhe moo,n,the stars, the niverse,TheirMak-ersdeath be
u - ni' wail.

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Hands And Feet
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rend;
Earth hears, and to its base Rocks wild - ly to and fro;

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man a -lone be mute? Come, youth and hoar-y
Ail
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Shall hairs;

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sacred Blood He
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scend.
Tombs burst;seas,riv-ers_ mountains quake;The veil is rent in two.

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fall
Who shed for us His Blood;
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tears.

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,
J.F.AB. *725- Our crown amid the blest.
in Passion -Tide. 47
Litany of our Lord's Passio7i.
J. RICHARDSON.

1.
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joBx the Bio od that flowed from Thee InThybit-ter ag-- o-n\
ttt
2. By the thornsthatcrownedThyHeadjBvThysceptre of a reed;
39 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,_
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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.
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48 Passion -Tide.
Pange lingua gloriosi Lauream.
J.RATTWATER,

40.
1. ySing, my
a.wj^Thir- ty
W
tongue, the glo - rious
years
J', ii

bat - tie, with


a-mong us dwell- ing, His
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ap

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

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plet ed vie - fry rife, And a - bove the Cross- 's


point ed time ful filled; , Given for this, He meets His
gar and nails and reed: As His bless ed Side is

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tro - phy Tell the tri - umph of the
Pas - sion, For that this He free ly
open - ed, Wa - ter thence and Blood pro

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Unis3?i (ad Ub).

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.
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Passion -Tide.
Pniige lingva g-loriosi Lauream.
W. RATCLIFFE.

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1. ySing-, my tong"ue, the Sav - iour's glo - ry;
41. S.^Eat - ing- of the tree for - bid - den,
3. Such the or - der God ap - point - ed

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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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than his own;
ci - fied;

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Des - tined, man ag- OS lat - er,
Thence the rem dv pro cur - in^,

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cres.Van-quish-ing- in death, He died.
That first e - vil to re - pair.
Whence the fa - tal wound had come.

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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 immortal Deity!
'To the Father, Son, and Spirit,
Unison f<
Praise be paid co-equally!
Glory through the earth to heaven
To Trinity in Unity!
52 D
Passion -Tide
Ecce Homo.

42
1.

Z.pp Look
nxf O
f
sin
on
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ner,
His
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f
lift
f
the
Head, that
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eye of
J. C. BOWEN.

faith, To
bleed -ing- Head, With
3. 'Tis not a - lone those Limbs are racked, But

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on the Cru-ci - fied

fear-ful was the


FT
fifd One look, And
ev-ery Limb with scourg--es rent: On
pain and scorn Bv
^^^^thou shalt read
Him, the Just,

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53

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a book, What
no -cent. What
well
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bound
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pea,ce for

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None ever knew such pain before,


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mak -

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ing-.

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 ^:t^ Passion-Tide.

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l.joOh,
(First
Amor
tiuie.)

Cr
come
nieuH crucifixufi

aiid
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mourn with
est.

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B.LUARD SELBY.

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while;
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See,
Have we no tears to shed for Him, While
43. 3.
3. What was Thy crime, my dear - est Lord? By

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and let us
sol-diers scoff and Jews de ride?j^Ah, look how pa - tient-
earth, bv heaven.Thou hast been tried, jy'And g^uilt - y found of

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^.mfO\i break, oh break, hard heart of mine!


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


Atnor mens crucifixus ent.

(Secon,! tu,ie.) - Rt.Rev, M?r. CROOKALL.

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

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


What was Thy crime, my dear- est Lord?Byearth,byheaven,Thou
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to her side; Oh, come and let us mourn with her
Jews de ride? jo^Ah, look how pa - tient - ly He hangs:
hast been tried, (^'And guilt y found 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. God,
love ofsin of man.
dread act your strength is
In this 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 i> Passion -Tide


Vexilla

^ F^=^^ W regis prodeuiit.

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44.

h Cross
1./ The
2.
3./

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the
that
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Where
for
spear was
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ward

vid

W^
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go:

told
The
dyed, Life's
In

in Flesh, our
tor - rent rush-ing from His Side: To wash us in the
true pro - phet-ic song of old: A - midst the na-tions

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

Tree of Beauty! Tree of Light!


OTree 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.
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1. jrp\) Moth-er!most af
Mater dolorosa.

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ed, Stand-ing- beneath that
- flict -
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H.C.NIXON.

f
Tree.

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


45. 2.
3. His liv-idForm is bleed-ing", His soul with sor- row wrung,

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Where
ere - sus hangs
Te -sus
Je iect - ed
hangfs re - ject On the hill of Cal-va - ry
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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r=r^p^Ti^r*T
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er, y love to pit- thee;

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Je - sus Let us
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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.
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58 Passion-Tide.
Vir^o virffinuu) pi^reclara

^. C.RAYMOND-BARKER, S.J.

1. jt?Vir- g-jn of all vir - g-jns blest! Lis - ten


46 2. j»/0 Wounded with His ev ery wound, Steep my

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3. joChrist.when shalt call hence.
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to
soul
my
till
fond
it
re- quest: Let me share thy
hath swooned In His ver - y
g"rief
Blood a
rii -

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vine;
way;
Moth-er mv do - fence, Be Thv Cross my vie - to - rv;

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Let me, to my lat - est breath. In my bod - y
Be to me, Vir- g-in, nigh, Lest in flames I
While my bod - y here de - cays cr^s. May , my soul Thv

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bearthe death Of that dy - ing- Son of thine.
burnand die. In His aw- ful Judg--mentday. A - men.
g-oodness praise, /"Safe in Par- a - fli^'' with Thee.

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quot U7idis Incrimanun.
R.R.TERRY.

l.jwWhat a sea of ars arid sor-row


tears Did the soul of
2. Oh that mournful Vir - g-in-Moth-er,
in- See her tears how
3. Oft and oft His Arms and Bo-som Fond-ly strain-inpr
1

Ma - ry toss To and fro up s bil - lows,


fast they flow Down up - on His mang--led Bod - y,
to her own; Oft her pal - lid lins ini- print -in^
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60
Palm Sunday.
Gloria, laus, et hoiior.

ELIZABETH RAYMOND-BARKER.
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1. /"All g-lo - ry, laud, and hon or To
2. Thou art the King- of Is rael, Thou
48. 3. /The com - pa - ny of an g-els Are

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the lips
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of
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prais - ing- Thee on high, And mor - tal men and

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Unison
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All g\o - ry, laud, and hon


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Thee, Re- deem -er, King", To Whom


f f
the
^
lips
r^
of

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. / ToThee 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.

m
filii et filiae.
TRADITIONAL FRENCH MELODY.
(First tune.)

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49.

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3.
3. Then
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ho -
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One in white they see, Who saith, "Ye seek the

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on their way. To see the tomb where
Lord; but He Is risen and g-one to

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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.

Now let us praise the Lord most high.


Unison ff And strive His Name to magnify
On this great day, through earth and sky,
Alleluia.
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64 Easter.
filii et filiae.
PALESTRINA.
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Al - le ia! Al le
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death re - stored
Je - sus lay. Al - le
Ga - li - lee."

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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.

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2. Our hearts are pure from e-vil, That we may see a - right
50. 2.l/Mison^W)yv lettheheavensbe joy-ful, And earthhersong-be - g-in,

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The Lord in rays e - ter-nal Of Re - sur-rec-tion - light;
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Let all things seen and un-seen Their notes of gladness blend,

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Aurora ccelum purpurnt.
F. HAWORTH.

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p'ur-pling- o'er the sky; With
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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
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uniso^i
•'^iAnd Thee, Paraclete, be praise
\ While age on endless ages flows
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Ad coenam Agni providi.

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channelpast, To Christ our Prince we sing- at last,


roseate Blood, Our life is hid with Him in God. A - men.
hosts went free From Pharaoh's ruth -less tyr-an - ny.

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:
Unisotr
And thrust the tyrant down to chains,
And Paradise for man regains.
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
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Tu victor Bex.
R.R.TERRY.

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to a - dore Thy Flesh, so mar - vel lous. so" fair.
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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.
Easter.
Aurora cceltim purpurat.
A.EDMONDS TOZER.

thun-ders forth its vie - tor cry, The g-Iad earth shouts its
down death's streng-th in death's despite, And trampling- hell by
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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.

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,
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Ascension -Tide. 71
Aeterne Bex altissime.
EDMONDS TOZER.

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


j»There,seat-ed in Thy maj - es - ty, To Thee sub-mis- sive
55. 2.
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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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72 Ascension -Tide.
Opus peregisti tuum.

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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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74 Ascension -Tide
SalutiH hutnance Sator.
J. FRANCIS.
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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.

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Whitsun-Tide 75
Veni, Creator Spiritus.
A. MURLEY.

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And with Thy might supernal So, Thou before us leading
Make strong our mortal frame. We may escape each ill.

Through Thee may we the Father 7. t 'All praise be to the Father,


And Son most high, receive, „ .

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In Thee, from Both proceeding,
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Through endless time believe. ^ While age on ages flows.
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76 Whitsun-Tide

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Venij sancte Spiritus.
(First tune.)

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On the dry and fruitless soul. Deign the seven-fold gift to send.
Heal each wound and bend each will, Grant us virtue's blest increase,
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill, Grant a death of hope and peace,
All our wayward steps control Grant the joys that never end
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Whitsun-Tide 77

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Spir - it,
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Spiritus.

come and
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On our
59. 2. Conie,Con so - ler, kind -est, Come, our
vin - est im Un-
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souls with beams di vine, Is-suing- from Thy ra-diance bright.


bo-som's dear- est gpuest,Sweet re - fresh-ment, sweet re - pose.

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Gently shed Thy gracious rain Who in Thee confide and trust,
On the dry and fruitless soul. Deign the seven-fold gift to send.
Heal each wound and bend each will Grant us virtues blest increase,
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill , Grant a death of hope and peace,
All our wayward steps control Grant the joys that never end.
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78 Whitsun-Tide.
Veni^ sancte Spiritus.

Fr. MAKER, S.J.

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souls take up ' Thy rest; Come with Thy g-race and heavenly
g-ift of God most hig-h, O fount of life, O fire of
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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
(All glory while the
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Spiritus sancte Deus. C.MAYLAND.

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Vent, dator munerum.

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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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84 Whitsun-Tide.
lam Christus astra ascenderat H. NOBLE POTTLE.
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64. a.T^And now had ful - ly come, On mystic cir-cle borne
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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,
V While age on ages flows!
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Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus. E.T.COOK.

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On Marys throne we climb to get
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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,
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Have mercy now, most merciful,
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Aeteriia lux,divinitas. H.M? CLELLAND.

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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!
Unison f From earth and from the heavenly host
Be everlasting glory given!
88 Most Holy Trinity.
Tu Trinitatis Unitns.
H. WHITEHEAD.
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Ter sancte, ter potens Deus.

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Born in Thee to grace anew,
cres.Thee the sons of men proclaim,
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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!
90 Most Holy Trinity.
Prayer to the most holy Trinity.

A.EDMONDS TOZER.

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Ever Blessed Trinity,
Oh, what love from me They merit
For such wondrous charity.
cres. Thou God, hast made and saved me,
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Thou alone my Lord shalt be;


Take me then to serve and love Thee
Now, and in eternity.
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92 Corpus Christi.
Gefiii sacramentnto.

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

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Sweet Sa- cra-ment of peace! SweetSacrament of peace!
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Earths light and jubilee,
InThy 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.
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To Jesus ifi the Blessed Sacrament.
EDMONDS TOZER.

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Mon-arch of the
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dim.'6\ to pay our ran - som, jt? Blood of price-less worth


cr<?s.Hap-pv and im mor - tal With Him in the sky
Oh, that I could nev - er From Thy Face de part;

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Yes, Thou ev - er dwell est Here for love of me,

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love,
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In Thy heaven above.
But on earth an exile,
My delight shall be
Ever to be near Thee,
dim. Veiled for love of me.
94 Corpus Christi
The Blessed Sacrament.

(First time for a choir only.) A.EDMONDS TOZER.


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73. 2. yHad I but Ma - ry's sin - less heart


3. mf Oh see! with - in a crea-ture's hand —
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I cannot compass all I have,

f For all Thou hast and art are mine,


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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
96 Corpus Christi,
The Blefified Sacrament.

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

73. 2./Had I but Ma - ry's sin - less heart


d.n^Oh see! with a crea - hand

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Verbiim supernum prodiens.

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Near His earth - ly
Mir - a - cle of love di - vine See His Hands Him
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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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Verb um supernum prodiens.

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To ransom us He died in shame;
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100 Corpus Christi
Adoro te devote latens Deitna.

A.EDMONDS TOZER

76.
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Make me Thee ever more and more;
believe
In Thee my hope, in Thee my love to store.

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.
*
lOS Corpus Christi.
Pange lingua gloriosi Corporis..

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1.

2.Trebles.Ol
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Voices.

/Sing, my
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77.
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Of His Flesh the mys-tery sing; Of the Blood, all


Born for us on earth be - low, He, as man with
Seat-ed with His chos-en band, He, the pas - chal

price ex - ceed - ing, Shed by our im - mor - tal Kirfg",

man con- vers - ing, Stayed, the seeds of truth to sow;


vie - tim eat - ing. First ful - fils the law's com - mand:

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103

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dimThen He closed in sol - emn or - der
Then as Food to all His breth - ren

From a no - ble womb to spring-.


Won-drous-ly His life of woe.
Gives Him - self with His own Hand.

^.Tred/es. Word made Flesh, the bread of nature


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.
T/ie directions for antiphonal singing are optional.
104 Corpus Christi.
Hoste dum victo triumphans.
J. C.BOWEN.

l.w/'whenthe Pa-tri!arch was re-turn-ing-


^(/"Whenthe Pa-triarch re-turn-iner Crowned with tri-umph
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78 2. On the truth thus dim- ly shadowed La- ter days a
3. Wondrous Gift! The Word Who fashioned All things bv His
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Cor amor in.
(First tune.) Rev. R. B. SANKEY

l.fTo Je- sus' Heart, all burn-ing With fer-vent love for men,
79, 2. O Heart, for me on fire With love no man can speak,
3.»T,oo true I have for-sak-en Thy love by wil-ful sin:

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106
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Cor amoris.

Fr. MAKER, S.J.


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107

Utiison.

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And ever pure of heart,
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Of Thine the counterpart.
While ages course along,
Blest be with loudest song
The sacred Heart of Jesus
By every heart and tongue
108
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
I sleep, hut My Heart watcheth.

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A.EDMONDS TOZER.

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have be - gun Be fore the Eu - char ist - ic King,
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trust- ing faith, We con- se - crate our all to Thee!

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110 Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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Sununi Parentis Filio.
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Cor Jesu
A.EDMONDS TOZER.
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Piercing of the sacred Heart.

BARCLAY.

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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.
114 Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Auctor beate hcccuU.

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5. /To God the Father and the Son,
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Unison ff)
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Cor amans. L.BEHR.

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By a-dored, From their brig'htthrones a - bove!


an-sfelspraised,bv Saints a-dored.Fromtheirbrisrhttnrones
an-g-elspraised,by
d Heart of Christ, Too late, too
burning:, throb -bing lit - tie known!
To the most lone and bur-dened soul Strength to en- dure and live.
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5. 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
Broke on the Cross for me ?
dim.
9. w/^The purest, deepest earthly love.
What is it, Lord, to Thine?
cres.K single drop from that great fount
Eternal and divine
;

116 Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.


Cor amans.
C. SCHMIDT.

86.
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My love of God shall deeper grow
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.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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Viva, viva Gesu.

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The ministers of wrath divine •i\ Oh,louderthen, and louder still,
Hurt not the happy hearts that shine i^lEarth with one mighty chorus fill,
With those red drops of His. \ The precious Blood to praise.
"« Most Precious Blood of Jesus
Viva, viva Gesu.

87.
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Of Christs own sacred Blood excels
Earth's best and highest bliss:
The ministers of wrath divine
Hurt not the happy hearts that shine
With those red drops of His.
is joy amid the Saints,
Ah, there
And
hells despairing- courage faints

UnisoHff{
When this sweet song we raise:
Oh, louder then, and louder still,
Earth with one mighty chorus fill,
The precious Blood to praise.
Whe?i this hymn '
sung to the 2nd tune, third and fifth lines in each stanza
must be repeated
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Most Precious Blood of Jesus.
Salvete, Christi vulnera.

88.
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Ira jiista Conditoris.
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89.
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2.
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Conscious of His broken laws, Lord of majesty supreme!
May this Blood, in that dread hour. Jesus! praise to Thee be given
Cry aloud, and plead our cause: By the world Thou didst redeem;
Bid our guilty terrors cease. Who jwithjhe, Father and the Spirit,
Be our pardon and our peace. Reignest in eternal merit.
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1S3 Most Precious Blood of Jesus,


Viva, viva Gesit.

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Viva, viva Gesu.

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134
Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Quern terra, pontua, sidera.

H.WARE.

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To Him convey our prayer Oh,make us chaste and mild.
Who chose to be thy Son. And all our pas'^ions quell.
6. Preserve our lives unstained, 6. /Praise to the Fatl'.er be,
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Quickly.
Trebles <fe Altos. A.EDMONDS
A.EIJ TOZER.

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2. A-veMa-ri-a! the nightshades are fall-ing", Soft-ly our
3. A-veMa-ri-a! thy chil- dren are kneeling" Words of en-

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on us is steal - ing, Sinless and beau-ti-ful_Star of the Sea.

^.cres.Asre Maria! thy arms are extending,


Gladly within them for shelter we flee
Are thy sweet eyes on thy lonely ones bending?
Sinless and beautiful -Star of the Sea.
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Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 137

Stella Maris.

J.RICHARDSON.

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look on thee. Who bore the price our ran-som paid, And

hum-ble prayersdo not de-spise, Star of the path -less sea.


storms are rough, and tem-pests lour. Star of the ra - ging sea.

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My soul from earth shallfree-,
poco (?r<?5'.Do thou,bright Queen of saints, stand, nigh,
And bear it up to God on high,
Star of the boundless sea.
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'I am the Immaculate Conception"

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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;
And comfort the dying,
Thou light of the grav€
\ve, Ave, Ave, Maria!
Ave, Ave, Maria!
6. tuf There is no need Mary,
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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Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Hymn for the month of Mary.

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132 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.


Hynui for the month of Mary.

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When, thougfhthou'rt Queen of heav - en And

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flow- ery,
prayer and
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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 the love that yearneth
all
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, .., ,„,
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134
Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Dal tuo celeste trono, Maria.

J. Richardson

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Childreji's

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earth so waste and wide, And from off His Cross our
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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
^ "I ^ ^'iwu must make them all for Jesus^= *| V\ ^^
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And for all eternity!


138 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.

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Salve Regina, Mater misericordiae.
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Maria!
A place of jbanishflient 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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Ave, Regina ccelorum.

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^M
5 Save
tr us from' per and from »Moi
woe. joMoth-er
^
. rom'
'

il - of
paid "^ The price of our in iq . - ty. Vir- gin, most
fears. And soothe with hope our mis y. Ref-uge in

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Christ,
pure,
lure,
grief\^
rief,
J
r
Star
J
r
tar of the
Mar
Star oi
of the
tne
Star of the
J

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seaT
sea,
sea^^
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Pray for the
Pray for tne
rrayior the
Pray for the
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i

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wan
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^m
wan-derer pray for
sin - ner, pray lor
for
mpurn-er, pray for
me.
me.
me.

^
,

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.
J.F.jfeB.^TSS-
. .

Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 141


Te Redemptorifi Dominique nostri.

102.
*
1.
2.
yMoth
loth
?;^Thoug-h the
3. c/'e6fJf aught
- br
fer

can
m
of
01
gates
hurt
our
of
the
f
Lord
hell
pure
iand
a
in
-
f
Sav
F.

gainst
spir
LAMBERT.

-
loyr
us'
it,'

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J J .i
First in
^T
beau- ty
I

r
as
ir
in
r
power! ,
Clio -
r-r
ry of
¥ the
With pro-found-est fu - ry rage; Though the an- cient
Who up - on thine aid re - Iv: At thv hand

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f i

liri'i'.','!,','^;','^ ^
Read-y
Christ- lan m na-tions! help troub-le's hour!
foe as-sault us, And liis fierc-est bat -tie wage; A - men.
cure of gain-ing Strength and mer-cy from on high.

J J j J

Mr M fi
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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 Father,
Blessed Trinity, to Thee!
Son, and Holy Spirit
\ Praise and perfect glory be.
143 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
ConHolatrix afflictorum.

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J

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J

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J
A.EDMONDS TOZER.

m
Through the

^
l.^^/Xike the voice - less star-light fall - ing-
2. /Like the scents of count-less bios - soms That are
103. 3. They are pre - senc - es and fore -tastes Of some

^nUr r
L
^^
dark - ness of the night
night, LiKe xne
Like the si - lent dew-drops
dew-drc
tremb - ling in the air, Like the breaths of gums that
name - less, heavenly things, From the gold - en throne of

j-^-^ i ^ ^
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^
»g f
^EEEi
form - ing
per- fume
Ma - ry
n
In
Sand-y
Waft-ed
the
If!:
des
down
-
^^
cold moon's cloud-less
r

erts bleak
to
r

"r

us
r

and
f

on
n"
- I

light:
light;
bare.
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Are our
wingS; (f/mYei they
r

cres.So there
the:

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^m come
La -
come
to hearts in
dy's cease- less
to none but
f f )W Ma-rvs
sor-r6w
an-swers
mourners,
rvs
af
the
^^^
r r, ' r^
an
flic
-

-
gels dear and
low-ly prayer,
tion's
hearts that sor-row wrings.
bright,

.J. J. J J J J J

4./They are wondrous thoughts of Jesus, as if some fragments


5.0h,it is
They are presences of God, Of the golden calms of heaven.
Giving zest to weary sadness, By the mercy of our Father,
Or strange sweetness to the rod. Into Maryls hands were ^iven.
Filling full of heavenly sunbeams But to earth were only falling
Sorrow's dark and lone abode. Upon hearts with sorrow riven.
J.F.<feB.272.5-
,

Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 143

Praeclara custos virginum.


H. FARMER, S.J.

% S f=^ \'a\'\
1. Blest g-uar-dian of all vir -
I
gin souls! Por-
S.mj^Fair y found a mid the thorns! Most
104. Lil - -

TOr
3. Thou Tower, a

J , J J J Jin «
gainst the drag - on proof! Thou

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mm T tal
T =g
of
r
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bliss
beau-teous Dove with
r
to
I

man
J -

r
J-^

for-given!
wings of gold!
r
II

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r
^

f
Pure Moth - er
Tl
of
Rod from whose ten -
P
Al
der
-

Star, to storm-tossed yoya^ gers dear! .^'Our course lies o'er a

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might -y God! Thou hope of earth, and joy of heaven!
root up-sprung That heal-ing Flower long since fore-told. A - men.
treacherous deep,- §"Thine be the light by which we steer.

ss ^Mll/l^^^^"^^nl
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«


Jrraise to the Father miJ^.f
5

mite,
V And Holy Ghost eternally.
144 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Ma rice no men.
TRADITIONAL MELODY.

105.
tf
"'"
>-\
l.yill
2./0
3. O
\
n
sing
Lil
no -
-
y
ble
a
\\
hymn

Tower
of
to
the
of
1
1'

Ma
Val
Da
^ ry,
ley,
vid,
The
O
Of

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T.
Moth -
^S
T er of
r
my
r
God, The
W
Vir- gin
i^
of all
Mys - tic Rose, what tree Or flow- er, e'en the
gold and i - vo - ry The Ark of God's own
i i J

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^^m vir
fair
pro
-

-
-
gins.
est.
mise.
Of
Is
The Gate
4-jr-^^
Da
half
- vid's
so
of
roy
fair
Heaven
- al
as
to
blood,
thee?
me;
dim. Oh,
Oh,
To

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145

6 r'i'i'"i'l'' ''' l|',V ^'r'


When wick-ed men bias -pheme thee, To love and bless thy name,
When wick-ed men bias- pheme thee, To love and bless thy name,
When wick-ed men bias- pheme thee, To love and bless thy name.

^ ^^^^^^^ . 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.
hath eter defiled thee,"
'^No sin
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,
111often think how I,
To shield my Mother, Mary,
Would lay me down and die.
The 2^Ld^ 3^d and i^b stanzas may be omitted.
;

146 Feasts of tjie B.V. Mary.

^^
Mater misericordias.
(First tune.) TRADITIONAL MELODY.
J J hi J
rr r r/ '

r
\.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
106. 3. But scorn - ful men have cold- ly said Thy love was lead-in^

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mv way
more and more; Thy p'wn
gifts are strewn up
iin - on'
c\r\\ my Avav Like sanHc iir
T.ilrp sands up-
life may be, When times are worst who does not know Dark-ness is
me from God; And yet in this I did but tread The ver - y

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on' fVi(
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light with love of


path my Sav - ior trod;
f=^
the great sea-shore, Like sands up- on

'^he ver - y
^^^^^
the great sea-shore,
thee? Dark-ness is lig-ht with love
path my Sav - ior
of thee?
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 ?
J.F.<feB.2725-
Feasts of the B.V. Mary. 147
Mater misericordice.
(Second tune.) J. RICHARDSON.

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Mother, of
r
mer- cy, m
day by da
ay My love of
1. 7ftf^
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3. Though pov - er ty and work and woe The mast-ers
106. 3. But scorn-ful men have cold - ly said Thy love was

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148 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Omni die die Mariao

AM

1.
(First
\r

/"Dai -
tune.)
irsi lui

ly,
J

dai -
j
r
ly,
J-

f
sing-
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}
to
1

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r
Ma -
,^
r
ry,
H
TRADITIONAL MELODY.

r-
Sing,
p
my
She might to de Call her,
107. 2. is -
y - liv - er;

3. Sing-, my tongfue, the Vir- g-in's tro-phies. Who for

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149

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150
Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Omni die die Marice.

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f-
^^
(Second tune.) Utiison (ad

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lib).

P
^^
F.

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N.

r
BIRTCHNELL.

r
l./Dai - ly, dai - ly, sing to Ma - ry,

107. 2. She is mig-ht - y to de - liv - er;


3. Sing, my tongrue, the Vir - gin's tro - phies,

^ ^

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^
^ ^
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^

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^
^
J
^
J
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Sing,
Call
my
her,
soul,
trust
her
her
prais- es
lov - ing -
due;
ly; When
All
the
r
her feasts,
tem
r
- pest
r
her

^
Who

r
for

r
us

r
her

r
Mak-

^^
er bore; For

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!
the

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^
curse

^
of

^^ ac - tion's wor-ship
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With
r P r
the heart's de
r
-
#f
vo - tion
f r
true,

^^
ra - ges round thee. She will calm the troub- led sea.

O^
old in - flict-ed, Peace and bless -ing to re - store;

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f r r r

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151

m J
15 S Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Our Lady of Perpetual Succor.

1.
f
wj/'Dear
'

Ma
!
-
t
ry
f
fair
i^^^ ^
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and
'

r^
ten -
^
C.

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der,
MAYLAND.

O
3.<?re5.With trust and hope in spir - ingf All
108.

^
3. Vir - g-in pure and ho - Iv, Ful-

J i ^ i-x^^LJ-
^=T^ i — T r r

^^^^^^^ Moth- er
g-ath
fill
- er
the
sweet and
round thy
prom-ised
mild,
throne;
word;
To
From
cv<?.S'.And
thee
thee
in
our love
thy grace im
thy place of
we

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,

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J

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J

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J

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^-^ m
\ ren
,i

der,
.'

And
If'
hom - age un - de filed.
plor ing. And from thy bless - ed Son.
glo ry, May all our pravers be heard.

^^^ r r r ^
. .

153

nn
r
To
Deep
Con
thee
faith
tin -
our
from
ual
love
thee
sue -
I
is
we
cor
1

1'
''

w ed,
row,
ine:
Our
In
And

m J

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i

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J
i
souls with thee u ed;
ev - ery woe and row; di)7i.O
bless - ing"s to us m^; p

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I

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o

i^rf''i'
Ma - ry, O Ma
r''i';n
ry, Ev- er lend thy help,
Ma - ry, O Ma ry, Ev - er lend thy help,
]Ma - rV. O Ma ry, Ev- er lend thv help.

i.

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1
I,'

^.ppAnd when the hour is nearing


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
J.F.<feB.2725-
J
154 Feasts of the B.V. Mary.
Regina Angelormn.
J. C. BOWEN.
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-
\
sion brig-ht
ierht!
ll fhhe
^

l
land
r
of
r
ligrht
r
Beams
3. O - sion brigrht! The Fa - ther's might All
109. 3. sion bris:ht! Thg_§ Of

^
- ter - nal lig-ht

J=^
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i ^m
ffT
g-old - en - ly
round His daughter's
\i\\.,n\im\
be - yond the sky;
throne doth lie;
Mid
Where,
heaven-ly fires,
in the balm
O'er
Of
the dear Son may we de - scry: Where, bright-er far Than
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an - gel - choirs Ma iii.\
fy, our Moth - er,
ii.'
reigns
.'?.
on high,
end -less calm, Ma ry, our Moth - er, reigns on high,
moon or star, Ma ry, our Moth- er, reigns on high.

i*
XLi 1 1 J^i^
?=^ vision bright!
P.

In softest flight
r r '

a r
-

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.
J.F.(feB.2725
; . ,

155
Annunciation B.V. M.
Benedicta tu in mulieribiis

110.
^^ 1. w/The
2. nifyisi\A
This
An
en!
day
-
^^=^
f=^=^
g'el
how
the
spake
great
Ho -
the
hence
ly
word
forth
Ghost,
F. ARMSTRONG.

"Hail,
Thy
From

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3.

I
til J

^
J

^
thou 'mong- worn
dig- - ni -
J

ty
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J

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en
shall
r
blest!"
be!
—— ^ f
r

c^'e^.From
The
r
high- est
Son
r
of
r
heaven
God
'

the
be -

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thv

r
all

r
- sin

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- less

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blood, Moulds

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in thy womb that

i"i'i
God-head comes, And
; r
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r T r
fills
r
her Vir - g-in
r-
breast.
comes thine own, This day con-ceived by thee. A - men.
Flesh di - vine Of the life - g-iv - ing Word;

';' '
I ; ii' i' I
I

h' II I I

Whereby we babes the meat


Of elder ones obtain;
And He, Who Angels feeds, as God,
Feeds me, as God-made Man.
5. ,
^To Him Who, to redeem
Our race, came down from heaven,
Unison f'
I

I Praise with the Father evermore


And Holy Ghost be given.
.

156 Assumption B.V. M.


Assumpta est Maria TRADITIONAL MELODY
Harmonised by C.Raymond-Barker,

mr
(First tune.) S.J.

J- j)j J

/'Sinsr.sing-, ye
l.ySing",sing-,
1. an-gel
an-erelban
,

bands, All
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- ful and
r r
beau-ti
r r
brig-ht! For
Ill 2. A fair-er flower than she On earth hath nev-er been; And

m
O hap-py an-g-els, look, How beau-ti - ful she
3. ^«' See'

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T^ ^m
,J. ^J J .itfJ^'^

y^-^p^^a^
hig-h er still, and
-

save the throne of


Je - sus bears her
God,
up,
I

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'

higher,Throug-h fields of star-ry


Your heavens have nev-er
Her hand is locked in
m Krf
lig-ht,
seen.
HiS;-
A
Oh.

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,

p
ry,
won-der
who can
your Queen, as
half so
-
^m
the sweet moon at
your as - cend - ing"
nig-ht.
Queen.
tell the that fair

nn
Moth-er's bliss?

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4.»j^And. shall lose thee then,
I
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i
m
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!
J.F.<feB.2725-
. .

Assumption B.V. M. 157


Assumpta est Maria.
{Second tune.) F. BIRTCHNELL.
tf:
• j-jj M J j-jj i j J
i
ji:'
rP'T'trrpL^f r'r r c T^r
l./Sing-, sing-, ye an -gel bands, All beau-ti - ful and bright!
Ill 2. A fair - er flower than she On earth hath nev-er been,-
3. O hap -
py an-gels look, How beau-ti - ful she is!

Jiii
rr f^
For
n*=^"ir^s^rr
high-er and
still,
And, save the throne of
r

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•higher,Through fields of
God,—
if

Your heavens have nev - er


star- ry
^f

light,
seen
See! Je - sus bears her up, — Her hand is locked in His,-

?5I
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P Q^ \
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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.
Oh, who can tell the height Of that fair Moth-er's bliss?

^
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J

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i
4.w/'And shall I lose thee then,
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.

B.LUARD SELBY.

J 1
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tO f
pur
T r r r r r r r
\.rnf - est of crea-tures, sweet Moth -sweeter,
Deep night hath come down on rough-spok-en
112 2. this

^m
3. The Church doth what God had first taught her to

v-n^ i r
u I

J J J J, =^:^
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r r r
Maid, The one spot - less womb where - in
world, And th( ban - ners of dark - ness are
do, He looked o'er the world to find

m J

i=J=^
J J ,

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J.

r-
_Ji_J
1^
^m
r^ Je - sus
^
was laid! Dark
^^
r=r
night hath como
bold - ly un furled; lAnd thei temp - est - tossed
hearts that were true: .Through the, ag - es He

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f^^
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159

m down
Church
looked,
J>

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on
all
and
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her
He
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Reg-ma mcratifisimi Rosarii.
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Refuse not this our offering.
Our flowers, white, red and gold.
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