Saint Augustine's Lyre
This hymn forms part VII of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Face of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. 629 more words
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This hymn is a hymn for Lauds on the Friday after the First Sunday in Lent, dedicated to the Spear and Nails of Our Lord Jesus Christ. 224 more words
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This hymn is a hymn for Vespers on the Friday after the First Sunday in Lent, dedicated to the Spear and Nails of Our Lord Jesus Christ. 232 more words
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This is Fr. Caswall’s translation of the Marian Antiphon for Lent: (Specifically from February 2 until Wednesday of Holy Week)
Hail, O Queen of Heav’n enthron’d! 87 more words
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The Darkness fleets and, and Joyful earth
Welcomes the newborn day;
Jesu, true Sun of human souls!
Shed in out souls thy ray.
Thou, who dost give the accepted time, 126 more words
Iam, Christe, sol iustitiae,
mentis dehiscant tenebrae,
virtutum ut lux redeat,
terris diem cum reparas.
Dans tempus acceptabile
et paenitens cor tribue,
convertat ut benignitas… 170 more words
Now with the slow-revolving year,
Again the Fast we greet;
Which in its mystic circle moves
Of forty days complete.
That Fast by Law and Prophets taught, 206 more words