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VESPERS OF ALL THE SUNDAYS AND FESTIVALS OF THE TEA]

AND

OVER TWO HUNDRED HYMNS


TOGETHER WITH

LITANIES, DAILY PRAYERS, PRAYERS AT MASS, PREPARATIO


AND PRAYERS FOR CONFESSION AND COMMUNION,

AND

THE OFFICE AND RULES


FOR

COMPILED FROM APPROVED SOURCES.

permissu

TORONTO, CANADA
MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
:

ST.

^'VLvcviotntn,

MEDINA, N.Y.

JAMES BKENNA

Jlrrmiiuui ^u|irrUirum

Imprimatur
-j-

Ferijfus

Patritius

McEvay

Archiep. Toront.

Canada.

Letter from His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons

Cardinal's Residence,

Rev'd Dear
I

take

Father,
g^reat

pleasure

in

Baltimore, Nov. 14th, 1896.

adding-

my name

to

that

of your

Most Rev'd Archbishop,


commending
St. Basil's Hymnal is calculated to promote
your useful work.
devotional singing, which is a powerful element in the cause of
to

in

Catholic

institutions

religion.

Faithfully yours

Rev. L. Brennan.

J.

Xto,

Carl Gibbons.

Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred

and eighty-nine, by the Publishers,

in the OfiSce of the Minister of Agriculture.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eightyby the Publishers, in the Oflace of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, U.S.A.

nine,

[ii]

Pr^far? tn

tl|r

C^^utlj

Ibttton.

t
placing- the tenth

edition

of St.

Basil's

Hymnal

before

IN pubHc we
many

take the opportunity of expressing- our thanks to


patrons for their g-enerous encouragement and valua
i

For the latter we are especially indebted to


suggestions.
devoted educational Communities throughout Canada and
'

through these Religious that the Hymnal


end for which it was first prepared. Fr
several quarters we have received offerings of original composit
whose merit we readily appreciate, but which we are reluctar
obliged sometimes to decline on account of the limit in size and pr
United States.

made

It is

to serve the gfreat

within which our volume must be restrained.


In the spr
The year 1904 was for this Book a severe trial.
of that year all the plates and manuscripts, and a partially finisl
edition were destroyed in the disastrous fire which ruined so much

the business portion of the city.


Shortly afterwards, on June 30
1904, he who had been the father and originator of St. Basi
Hymnal, the Rev. Father Lawrence Brennan, C. S. B., was tal

To his zeal, energy


from us by death and called to his reward.
had
In
work
and
its
success
been
the
ability
largely due.
in
wishes
Fathers
contir
and
to
his
the
Basilian
respect
memory
the Hymnal, and now present to their patrons the Tenth Edition w
the hope that in the future as in the past it will meet with the sa
encouragement.

We beg- to renew our acknowledg-ments to the many authi


from whose works we have made selections, and to express c
special indebtedness to the Sisters of St. Joseph, Toronto, for aid
the work of compilation.

St. Michael's College,

Toronto, Canada.
Feast of the Conversion of

St. Paul.

1906

nf Apprnbatinu,

Slrttrrs

FROM THK ARCHBISHOP OF TORONTO.

My

Dear Father Brenxan,

St. Basil's Hymnal is an excellent and


valuable compilation, and is well fitted to supply a want long felt in our
parochial schools and other ethu-ational institutions, and I earnestly recommend
its use for the Separate Schools and other educational institutions.

John "Wai^o,
Archbishop of Toronto.

FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF HALIFAX.

My Dear"
Hymn Book

Father Brexnan,
so kindly sent

me.

Accept
I

wish

it

my

thanks for the "St. Basil's


the most abundant success.

Yours,

etc.,

t C. O'Brien,
Archbishop of Halifax.

FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF KINGSTON.


Dear Father Brennan, I thank you
Hymnal." The compilation is excellent, and
"
I recommend
useful to all Catholic people.

for the

am

will, I
St. Basil's

copy

of

"

St.

Basil's

confident, prove most


"

Hymnal to the Rev.


Clergy of the Archdiocese of Kingston, and to the Religious Communities and
all of those who are in charge of Separate Schools.
t

James Vincent Ci.eary,


Arrhbifliop of ICinnnfoti.

FROM THE BISHOP OF HAMILTON.

"St. Basil's Hymnal" is an excellent manual


De.\r Father Brennan,
containing a rich variety of popular hymns, prayers and masses, suitable for
schools, sodalities and congregational singing such as you are very zealously
anxious to promote.
I will take gr^at pleasure in recommending the book to the patronage of
/
the Priests, Schools and Sodalities of this diocese
.

t T. J. DOWI.ING,
Binhop of Hamiltov

FROM THE BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH.

My Dear Father

Brennan, "St. Basil's Hymnal," which you so


thoughtfully sent me, was duly received, and I beg to express my sincere
thanks to y()U for the same. It will be suitable for Schools, Choirs, etc. Please
send me two dozen copies as I intend to introduce it here.
I

remain yours sincerely in Christ,


t R. A. O'Connor,
BMiop

fivl

of PctcrborouoL

Qlotttfntje.
FAQH.

Anthems

asperges
Benediction
Daily Pkayers

10

331

.20,

Hymns
God

Our Blessed Lord


Holy Name.

33
vii

66
66
74
77

Sacred Heart

81

Precious Blood

Ill

Blessed Sacrament

113

Holy Family

130

Blessed Virgin

131

St.

St.

Joseph
Rose of Lima. .....................

^t.

Anne

St.

Patrick

St.

Dominic

216
227

.228
230
233

....

St. Stanislaus
St.

Theresa

St.

Agatha

Kostka

234

.235
237

239
240

St. Cecilia

All Souls

..........:........

Advent
Christmas

243
246

...................

256

Epiphany
Lent
Easter

258
269
280
282
289

Ascension
Pentecost
Trinity

290

Corpus Christi
Evening

293

Occasional

Guardian Angel

St.

Michael

Angels .................

[V]

294
304
306
308

CONTENTS-

vl

CoJt^t/ju.'/
.ACE.

^I'MNi

r,

l.NDfl.GKNTK;/

'K

>':(,->

Litanies'

312
318
320

..

Litany of tiik SArKEu [Ieaut


Litany ok thk Saints.
Litany of the Bikased Virgin M.ary
Litany OF TIIK Mosr Holy Name of Jesus
Little Office DF TUB I m.macul.vte CoNCEiTioN
Manner OF Assisting Ar Mass AND Vesfebs

i.K

viii

390

xx

'

Mass

353

De Angelis
Pro DEFUNCTt.-*
Prayers at Mass
Prayers for Communion
*

334

"

.S70

xi

Prayers for Confession


Sodality of the Bi-es.sed Virgin
Spiritual Canticles

Te

peu.m

Laudamus

398

Mary

....

xxii

Vespers

Index

325
i

Mass Hymns
Responses at High Mash
ViDi Aqua.m

396
384

302
367
.

->29

100

m.

J.

3,

t
latl^ Prag^ra.

Make the sign

of the Cross,

My

All I

offer

may do

Uniting

On

and say

God, I
all

Thee

this

day

or think or say

with what was done

earth by Jesus Christ,

Thy

Son.

AN ACT OF ADORATION.

o MY

God, I adore Thee here present I acknowledge Thee to be aay


Creator and Sovereign Lord and I submit myself entirely to Thee.
;

Our Father,

etc.

I confess, etc.

Hail Mary,

etc.

Creed, etc.

{Here examine your conscience. )

AN ACT OF CONTRITION.

am

heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest my


most sincerely, not only because by them I have lost all right to
heaven, and have deserved the everlasting torments of hell, but esi^ecially

OMY

God,

sins

because they displease Thee, my God, who art so deserving of all my love, on
account of Thy infinite goodness and most amiable perfections and I firmly
resolve, bj^ Thy noly grace, never more to offend Thee, and to amend my
;

Amen.

life.

AN ACT OF FAITH.

MY

most firmly believe in Thee, and all thou hast revealed to


Thy Holy Catholic Church because Thou art Truth itself, who canet
neither deceive nor be deceived.
God,

AN ACT OF HOPE.

MY God,

relying on Thy promises, and upon the merits of Jesus Christ,


m-" Sav'our, I most firmly hope in Thee, and trust that Thou wilt grant
me rrire ^o observe Thy commandments in this world, and reward me in
'oIi3

next.

AN ACT OF CHARITY.

fr\ MY God,
vV_^

1 love

who

art

Thee with

worthy of all my love, and infinite in every perfection.


whole heart and I love my neighbour as myself for

my

the love of Thee.


fvii]

DAILY PRAYERS.

viii

PRAYER TO OUR GUARDIAN ANGEL.


to

of

whose

care I have been comni tted by the


(or day) to enlighten, guard, guide

God,
Angei
holy
OGOOD
Divine bounty, deign during this night

and protect

me

al)r AiujcUuj.
To be said morning, noon and

pnt us in mind thai C-od


for our salvation.

night, to

th

Son became man

The Angel

of the Lord declared unto Mar>she conceived of the Holy Ghost.


Haii Maiy, etc.
Behold the handmaid of the Lord
Be it done unto me according to Thy word
Hai" Mary, etc.
And the Word was made Flesh
And dwelt among us.
Hail Mary, etc.
Pray for us, O holy Mother of God.
That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

And

Let us pray.

we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we,
whom the Incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the

to
POUR

fourth,

message of an Angel, may by His Passion and Cross, be brough: to the


Lord. Amen.
glory of His Resurrection, throughthe same Christ our
the Divine assistance remain alwavs with us and may the souls of the
Amen.
laithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
:

MAY

Should time permit, add, in the morning,

IGitauy

nf

llic

iHost

l^nlij

Lord, have mercy on us.

have mercy on us.


Lord, have mercy on us.

Christ,

Jesus, hear us.

Jesus, graciously hear us.


the Father, of heaven.

God

Hare mercy on

us.

God the

Redeemer

Son,
Have nurcy on

of the world.

^mwt nf ilrsui

Jesus, Son of the living God,


Jesus, splendour of the Father
Jesus, brightness of eternal light,
Jesus, King of glory,
Jesus, Sun of justice.
Jesus, Son of the Virgin ^lary,
Jesus, most amiable,
Jesus, most admirable,
Jesus, mighty God,
Jesus, Father of the world to

come.
Jesus, Angol of the great council,
Jesus, most powerful,

us.

God the Holy Ghost.


JInrr mrrnj ou us.

most patient,
most obedient,
meek and humble of
those who say it devoutly.
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,

Holy Trinity, one God.


Have mercu on us.
Indulgence

the

of 300 days for

heart,

DAILY PRAYEES.
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jeeus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,
Jesus,

From
From
From

Lover of chastity.
Lover of us,

God

of Peace,
of Hfe,
Example of virtues,
zealous lover of souls,

Author

ations.

Eternal wisdom,

Through
Through
Through
Through
Through

Master of Apostles,
Teacher of Evangelists,
strength of Martyrs,
Light of Confessors,
Purity of Virgins,

Lamb
Spare

Lamb

5i.

and weari-

Thy death and burial


Thy resurrection,
Thine ascension,

Thy
Thy

Joys,
glory,

Who

us,

Who

Graciously hear us,


of God,
sins of the world.

us.

Lamb

Jesus.

Have mercy on

us.

takest

away the

takest

away the

Jesus.

of God,
sins of the w^orld.

From all evil,


]
V Jesus deliver
From all sin,
From Thy wrath, j
From the snares of the devil.

Who

us,

Jesus.

away the

takest
Jesus.

Jesus, hear us.


Jesus, graciously hear us.

"
Jesus Christ, w^ho hast said
Ask, and ye shall receive seek, and
ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you;" give, we
beseech Thee, to us who ask, the Grace of Thy most divine love, that with
our heart, words, and works,' we may love Thee, and never cease to praise

O LORD
all

faintness

of God,
sins of the world.

Jesus.

Graciously hear us,

!-

ness.

life,

Joy of Angels,
King of Patriarchs,

Be merciful unto

I-

tion.

Through Thy

infinite goodness,

us,

Thy holy

Through Thy nativity.


Through Thine infancy,
Through Thy most divine life,
Through Thy labours.
Through Thine agony and passion,
Through Thy Cross and derelic-

Crown of all Saints,


Be merciful unto us.

Spare

of

Incarnation,

true light,

way and our

the spirit of uncleanness,


everlasting death.
the neglect of Thy inspir-

Through the mystery

our God,
our refuge,
Father of the poor,
Treasure of the faithful,
Good Shepherd,

our

IX

Thee.

Amen.

Let us pray.
that we may have a perpetual fear and love of Thy holy Name for
Thou never failest to direct and govern those whom Thou instriictest in
Thy true and solid love. Through our Lord Jesus, Thy Son, who livest and
reignest with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost God world without
end. Amen.
;

GRANT

In

the evening.

iBkss^Ji Virgin iHarg.


Holy Mary,
Holy Mother of God.
Holy Virgin of virgins.
Mother of Christ,
Mother of divine
^ Mother most pure,grace.
God the Father, of heaven,
Mother most chaste,
God the Son, Redeemer of theii
Mother inviolate,
world,
MotJier undefiied.
God the Holy Ghost.
Holy Trinity, one God.

ICttang

xxt

X\\t

Lord, have mercy on us.


Lord, hare mercy on us.
Christ, hear us.
Oirist, graciously hear us.

l-'S-

INDULGENCED PRAYER?.
Mother most amiable,
Mother most athnirable,
Mother of jjood counsel,
Motlier of

Mother
Vir>.Mn

Virgin
Virgin
Virgin
Virgin
Virgin

iiur

Help of Christians,
Queen of Angels,
Queen of Patrian-hes,
Queen of Prophets,
Queen of Apostles,
Queen of Martyrs,
Queen of ConfesHors,
Queen of Virgins,
Queen of all Saints,
Queen conceived without

Creator

of our Hedei'uier,

moet prudent
most venerahle,
most renowned,
most powerful,
most mereiful,
mo8t faithful,

Mirror of

a
3c
original

sin.

Queen

justice,

Seat of wisdom,
Cause of our joy,

Ic:

Sjii ritual vessel,

of the

most holy Rosary,

Who

Lamb of God,
sins of the world.
Spare

Vessel of honour,
Vessel of singular devotion,
^lystical Rose,

Lamb

us,

of

takest

away the

Lord.

God,

Who

takest

away

the

sins of the world.

Graeloudy hear iis, O Lord.


of God, Who takest away the
sins of the world.
ilave merer/ on us.

Tower of Da\'id,
Tower of ivory,
House of gold,
Ark of the covenant,

Lamb

Gate of heaven,

Morning

ll
o

Star,

Health of the eick,


Refuge of sinners^
Comforter of the afflicted,

Pray for

us,

O holy Mother of God

R That we may be made worthy of


the promises of Christ.
Let us Pray.

we beseech Thee, O Lord God,

that we, Thy servants, may be


health of soul and body and that by the glorious
intercession of the Blessed Mary, ever Virgin, we may be delivered from present sorrow, and obtain eternal happiness, through Christ our Lord. Amen.
May the di\'ine assistance remain always with us.

GRAXT,
bles.sed with continual

Amen.

3lttiiulgfurri

1.

times.

Glory be

to the Father,

and

Prayers.

to the Son,

and

to the

Holy Ghcdt.

TTiree

(100 days.)

Thee the

]Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ,


in satisfaction for my sins and for the needs of the Holy Church.
(JOO days.)
3
Jesus, mercy.
(JOO days. )
4.
sweet Jesus, be not to me a Judge but a Saviour. (50 days. )
5. Jesus, my God, 1 love Thee above all things.
(50 days.)
6. O Sacrament most holy, O Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanks(100 days. )
giving be every moment thine.
7. O sweetest Heart of Jesus, I implore that I may ever love Thee more
2.

Eternal Father,

I offer to

My
My

and more.

(^00 dai/s.)

meek and humble of

heart,

make my heart like thine.

H.

Jesus,

9.

Heart of Jesus, once in agony, have pity on the dying.


Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I give you my heart and my life.

30.

{.WO days.)
(100 days. )
(100 days.)

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xi

Maxy. Joseph, assist me in my last agony. [100 days.)


Mar}% Joseph, may I breathe forth my Koul in peace in your
blessed company.
{100 days.)
13. Blessed be the Holy and Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. {300 days. )
11. Jesus,
12. Jesus,

ACT OF CONSECRATION TO THE SACRED HEART OP

MY
again

JESUS.

heart and I consecrate myself wholly to


loving Jesus, I give Thee
Thee on account of the love I bear Thee, and as a reparation for all
unfaithfulness to grace ; and I purpose, with Thine aid, never to sin

my

my

100 days Ind. once a day.

Plen. Indul. once a month.

To be said

before

Crucifix.

and most sweet

Jesus, behold, I fall on


of
soul, pray and beseech

my knees before Thee, and


the ardour
Thee that Thou wouldst
my
vouchsafe to impress upon my heart lively sentiments of faith, hope and
charity, with a true repentance for my sins, and a most firm resolution of
amendment whilst with deep feelings of grief I consider within myself and
contemplate in spirit Thy five wounds, having before my eyes what the royal
prophet expressed by these words,
They have pierced my hands and feet,
they have numbered all my bones."
"
Say one "Our Father," and Hail Mary," or some other prayer for the intentions of the Church.
Plen. Indul. on Communion Days.
with
OGOOD

all

' '

MEMORARE.
most holj^ Virgin Mary, that from of old it has never been
REMEMBER,
heard that any one fleeing to thy protection, imploring thy help, or asking
thy intercession has been left unaided. Encouraged by this confidence I
hasten to thee to thee I come, and before thee, I, a weeping sinner, stand.
Despise not, O Mother of the Incarnate Word, my humble petitions, but
graciously hear and grant them. Amen
;

{300 days each time.

Prag^rs

at MtLBS,

PRAYER BEFORE MASS.


come before Thy holy Altar to assist at Thy Divine SacriDo Thou prepare my soul to receive Thy grace fix my mind on
fice
Thee wash away in Thy Precious Blood all the sins of which Thou seest
me guilty I hate them for the love of Thee, and most humbly beg pardon for

OMY

Saviour, I

them. Grant, O sweet Jesus, that uniting my intentions to Thine, 1 may spend
my whole life for Thy glory, as Thou didst give Thy life for the saving of my
soul

Amen

Communion of Saints by gaining all the indulgences


can to-day I place them in the hands of our Blessed Lady for the relief of
the souls in purgatory. My Jesus, mercy Mary, help
I

wish to share in the


;

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xii

PRAYER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MASS.


While the PrieM says the Judica me, Deu8,rfr.

O ALMIGHTY

Ivord of heaven and earth, behold I, a wretched pinner. preenme


appear before Thee this day, to offer to Thee by the hands of our High
Prieet, Jepus Christ, Thy Son, the sacrifice of His Body and Blood, in union
with that pacritice which He offered to Thee upon the Crops; first, for Thine
own honour, praise, adoration ami glory secondly, in remberance of His
Death and passion thirdly, in thanksgiving for all Thy blessings bestowed on
Him and on His whole Church, whether triumphant in heaven, or militant on
3arth, and especially for those bestowed on me, the most ynworthy of all
fourthly, to obtain pardon and remission of all my sins, and of those of all others,
whether living or dead, for whom I ought to pray and lastly, to obtain all
O be thou
graces and blessing both for myself and for Thy whole Church.
pleased to a.pist me in such a manner by Thy grace, that I may behave myself
this day as I ought to do in Thy Divine Presence, and that I may so commemDrate the Death and Pasion of Thy Son as to partake most plentifully of the
fruits thereof
through the same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
to

CONFITEOR.

CONFESS

to Almighty God, to blessed Mary ever Virgin, to blessed Michael


the Archangel, to blessed John the Baptist, to the holy Apostles Peter and
Paul, to all the sainte and to you, father, that I have sinned exceedingly in
thought, word, and deed, //<roM_7/i ?nv /fl^/, through mj/ fault, throvgh mi/ most
grievous fault. Therefore I beseech theblessedMary ever Virgin, blessed ^lichael
the Archangel, blessed John the Baptist, the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and
all the saints, and you, father, to pray to the Lord our God for me.

JTie Priest goes

up

to the

AUar, and as h^ advances, fiUl of holy fear, says in a low


tone of voice :

PRAYERS.

AKE

away from us our sins, we beseech Thee, O Lord, that we may be


worthy to enter with pure minds into the Holy of Holies through Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen.

beseech Thee, O Lord, by the merits of Thy Saints whose relics are here,
and of all the Saints, that thou wouldst mercifully forgive me all my sins,
Amen.

THE INTROIT
prayer the Priest reads at the right or Epistle side of the Altnr. This
prayer reminds us how miicli those who lived holy lives, tinder the Old Law, wished for the
eomiiiK of our Blessed Redeemer. Glory be to the Father, is added in honour of tne Blessed

The

Introlt

is

the

first

Trinity.

PRAYER DURING THE READING OF THE INTROIT.

From the
of the Lord be blessed both now and for ever.
the petting of the sun let all praise be given to the Name of the
Lfinl.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the H0I7 Ghost.
was ^n the Iwiginuing, is now, and ever shall be, world svithout end. Amen.
the

Name

LETrising to
Lb

it

THE KYRIE

ELEI80N.

Lord, have mercy on ue.

{thricf.

have mercy on us. {thrice)


L^rd, have mercy on us. {_thrice)
Christ,

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xiii

THE GLORIA.
be to God on high, and on earth peace to men of good will. We praise
Thee we bless Thee we adore Thee we glorify Thee. We give Thee
GLOftY
thanks for Thj'' great glory, O Lord God, heavenly King, God the Father
Almighty. O Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son ; O Lord God, Lamb of
God, Son of the Father, Who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us Who takest away the sins of the world, receive our prayers Thou Who
For Thou only art
eittest at the right hand of the Father, have mercy on us.
Thou only, O Jesus Christ, with the Holy
Thou only art the Lord
holy
Ghost, art most high in the glory of God the Father. Amen.
;

At

the

end of the Gloria,

the Priest kisses the Altar

and

turns to the people saying

The Lord be with you.


The Clerk answers

And with Thy

Spirit

AT THE COLLECTS.
and eternal God, we humbly beseech Thee mercifully to give
offered Thee by Thy servant in the name of Thy
whole Church, and in behalf of us Thy people. Accept them to the honour
and grant to us all mercy, grace, and
of Thy Name, and the good of our souls
Amen.
salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.
ear to the prayers here
OALINIIGHTY

AT THE EPISTLE.

O Lord,
O grant

to teach us Thy sacred truths by Thy


that we may so improve by their doctrine
and examples in the love of Thy holy Law, that we may show forth by our
that we may no longer follow the corrupt inclinalives whose disciples we are
tions of flesh and blood, but master all our passions that we may be ever directed
by Thy light, and strengthened by Thy grace, to walk in the way of Thy commandments, and to serve Thee with clean hearts ; through our Lord Jesus

haBt vouchsafed,

THOU
prophets and apostles

Christ.

Amen.

BEFORE THE GOSPEL.

a clean heart in me,

CREATE
Gospel with respect,

and

God, and grant that

bless

Thy Name for

may

listen to

Thy holy

ever.

AT THE GOSPEL.

Thou be ever adored and praised, O Lord, who, not content to


MAYEST
instruct and inform us by Thy prophets and apostles, hast even vouchsafed to speak to us by Thy only Son our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,
commandinc us by a voice from Heaven to hear Him O grant that we may so
improve by His doctrine and example in the love of Thy holy Name, and of Thy
holy Law, that we may shew forth by our lives whose disciples we are, that we
;

longer follow the corrupt inclinations of flesh and blood, but master all
we may be ever directed by Thy light, and strengthened by
Thy grace, to walk in the way of Thy commandments and to serve Thee with
clean hearts
through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

may no

our passions, that


;

THE NICENE CREED

BELIEVE
I

one God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth


invisible.
And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only
of the Father before all ages.
God of God Light
true God of true God begotten not made
consubstantial with the
in

and of all things visible and


begotten Son of God, born

of Light

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xiv

by whom all thingf were ma<ie. Who (or ua mon, and for our ealvacame down from heiiven, and waa incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the
Virgin Mary, and was made man, [Kned in reverence for Christ's Incarnation.'
He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried. The thin
day, according to the scriptures, He rose again and ascended into heaven, ani
sitt^th at the right hand of the Father, and He shall come again witii glory to
judge both the living and the dead of whose kingdom there shall be no end.
And I believe in the Holy Ghost, the Ijord and ^ver of life, who proceedeth
from the Father and the Son Who together with the Father and the Son
And One Holy
is
adored and glorified: Who spoke by the prophets.
Cathohcand Apostolic Church. I confecs one baptism for the remission of sins.
And I look for the resurrection of the dead, and life of the world to come.
Father,
tion,

Amen.
The Lord be with

And

with thy

you.

spirit.

AT THE OFFERTORY.
holy Father, almighty and eternal God, this unspotted Host,
Thy unworthy servant, offer unto Thee for my many sine,
my faults, and my carelessness. I offer it also for all here present in this
Church, as well as for all faithful Christians, both living and dead, that it may
help both them and me to gain eternal life.

which
ACCEPT

I,

AT THE OFFERING OF THE CHALICE.

offer

Lord the chalice of salvation, humbly begging Thy mercy,


ascend to Thee for our salvation, and that of the whole

Thee,

that it
world.

may

Amen.
OFFERING OF THE FAITHFUL.

The

makes thefoUomng prayer for himself and for

Priest

the people

PRAYER.
us,

O Lord, who come

to

Thee with

contrite

and humble hearts

ACCEPT
and grant that the sacrifice we offer this day in Thy sight
ing to Thee,

O Lord

may be

pleas-

God.

BLESSING OP THE BREAD AND WINE.

PRAYER.

/"X)ME, O almighty and eternal God, and


>->
glory of Thy holy Name.

bless this sacrifice prepared for the

WASHING OF THE FINGERS.


PRAYER.

O spotless I^amb of God help me that I


that all through my life I may never displease
wicked thing. Give me the blessing of the clean of heart.

JESUS, most pure

may keep my
Thee by any

oi neart

heart pure

PRAYER TO THE BLESSED TRINITY.


Tfw Priest returns

to the

middle of the Altar, and, honing dovm,


the Most Hohi Trinitii.

offers the Sacrifice to

PRAYERS AT MASS.

XV

PRAYER.

BLESSED Trinity

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, accept this Holy Mass


Thee in memory of the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ, and in honour of the Blessed Mary, ever
Virgin, of Blessed John the Baptist, the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, St.
Joseph, my Angel Guardian and patron Saints. And may all the Saints and
Angels whom we now honour upon earth, intercede for us in Heaven. Amen.

which we

offer

THE ORATE FRATRES OR "BRETHREN PRAY."


The Priest turns

to the

congregation, and, vnth his hands stretched out, invites them to

pray with him.

PRAYER.

BRETHREN,

pray that

my

sacrifice

and yours may be acceptable

to

God, the

Father Almighty.

Th^ Clerk

ansvjers

AY

the Lord receive this sacrifice from thy hands, to the praise and glory
of His Name, for our benefit, and that of all His holy Church.

THE SECRET PRAYERS.


The

Priest

now prays

a low

in

tone of voice.

During this time, do you in charity thinli of the thousands


world to the next. Say most earnestly for them this

who

are to pass to-day from this

PRAYER.

TIE ART

of Jesus, once in agony,

have pity on the dying.

THE PREFACE.
The

Preface leads to the Canon, and the Altar bell


upon the most solemn part of the Mass.

is

rung

to tell us that the Priest is entering

World without end,


Amen.
The Lord be with you.

And with Thy

Spirit.

Lift

up your hearts.
We have lifted them up to the Lord.
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God,
It is meet and just.

just, that we should always, and in all places, give thanks


holy Lord, Father Almighty, Eternal God, through Christ our
Lord.
Through Whom the Angels praise Thy majesty, adore Thee,
reverence Thee, and sing Thy everlasting praise. Together with them we
beseech Thee that Thou wouldst allow our voices also to be admitted, whilst
we humbly say
THE SANCTUS.

IT

is truly
to Thee,

meet and

The

bell rings. )

Heaven and earth are full of Thy


holy, holy. Lord God of Hosts.
Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is He that cometh in the Name
glory.
of the Lord.
Hosanna in the highest. '_

OLY,

'^

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xvi

THK CANON OF THE MASS.

Thy only Son

to be our daily
our depires i)rotect, unite, and govern Tliy whole Church tliruughout the world; pour
forth Thv hlessin^ on his present HolineBS, on our Bishop, and all true pro-

merciful Fatlier,

MOST
Sacrifice,

incline

hast pivon us

"\\'ho

Thine ear

to

our

prayt-ni,

and

ftivnur

fessors of the Catholic faith.

OFFER

Eternal Fatlier, with this Thy minister at the altar, this


Thee,
oblation of the Body and Blood of Thy oidy fon, to Thy honour and glory
in remembrance of my Saviour's passion, in thanksgiving for all thy benefits, in satisfaction for all my sins, and for the obtaining of Thy grace, whereby
I may be enabled to live \'irtuously and die happily.
I desire Thee likewise to
accept it, O God, for my parents [if alire'\, relatives, friends and benefactors;
I offer it up also [tiame the
grant them all blessings, spiritual and temporal.
Likewise for all that are in misery for those that I have
parlicnlar intmtin))].
in any way injured either by word or deed
for all my enemies, for all those
for whom my prayers are desired, especially N.; for the conversion of all
Pour forth Thy blessings on
sinners, and enlightening all that sit in darkness.
all, according to their different necessities.
Through the merits of Thy only

our Lord.

Sfin

we

beseech Thee, to the prayers of Thy servant, who is here


to make this oblation in our behalf and grant it may be
effectual for the obtaining of all those blessings which he asks for us.'
ear,

GIVE
appointed
O

we

here present to Thee in this bread and wine the


Grant, O Lord, that they may be made for
us the true Body and Blood of Thy dear Son that, being consecrated to
Thee by this holy Victim, we may live "in Thy service, and depart this life in
Lord,

all

BEHOLD,
symbols of our perfect union.

Thv

grace.

AT THE ELEVA'ftON OF THE HOST.

BELIEVE, O
I

Jesus, that
the form of bread.

under
Lord and

gladly

Thou
1

art truly present here, as God and !Man,


adore Thee with the deepest reverence, as my

God. O Jesus, may I live for Thee only,


Jesus, living or dying, let me be Thine

my

may

I die for

Thee

BLEVATION OF THE CHALICE.

Thou

Thy most PreCross for a sacrifice to


atone for our sins, is substantially present in this chalice, under the
appearance of wine. Ah holy Blood of my Redeemer, I beseech Thee, wash
and purify me from all my sins.

OMY

Saviour, I believe that

cious Blood,

art here.

I believe that

which was jioured out once upon

tlie

AFTER THE ELEVATION.

Who after Thy

death upon the Cross was laid in the grave and


on the third day, help me to keep my soul in
the life of grace. Help me so to live that on the last day I may rise in
glory and be happy with Thee in Heaven.

JESUS,

didst raise Thyself to

life

PRAYER FOR THE DEAD.


merciful Lord Jesus, give unto them eternal rest. Be mindful, O
Lord, of Thy servants, who are gone before us witli the sign of faith, and
To thews O Lord, and to all that
sleep in the sleep of peace.
[A'a////.]
rest in Christ, grant, we beseech Thee, a i)lace of refreshment, light and j)eace
through the same Christ our Ixjird. Amen.

OMOST

PEAYERS AT MASS.
.

by Thy saving

we presume to say
INSTRUCTED
Father, Who art in

x^''

Let us pray.

precepts,

and following Thy aivine

institution,

heaven,
be done on earth as
OURThy willand
our

hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come


in heaven. Give us this day our daily

it is

bread

And

against us.

us,

forgive us
trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass
lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.

we beseech Thee,

Lord, from

all evils, past, present,

and

to

come and by the prayers of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and all the Saints,
DELIVER
;

mercifully grant peace in our days, that, with Thy help we may be always
from sin and safe from harm. Through the same Jesus Christ Thy Son our
Lord, Who with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, liveth and reigneth,
God, world without end. Amen.

free

AT THE BREAKING OF THE HOST.


sweet
Body was broken and Thy Blood was shed for us grant,
Jesus, that we, who receive Tliee in this Holy Sacrament, may ever
believe in Thee, and hope in Thee, and love Thee, more and more. Amen.

HY

THE AGNUS

AMB

DEI.

God, Who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sina. of the world, grant us peace.
of

PREPARATION FOR HOLY COMMUNION.


Jesus Christ, who saidst to Thy Apostles, Peace I leave with you, my
peace I give unto you look not upon my sins but upon the faith of Thy
Church, and give her that peace which Thou dost love to see among her
children who livest and reignest God for ever and ever. Amen.

LORD

Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, Who, by the will of Thy Father
and by the power of the Holy Ghost, hast by Thy death given life to the
world deliver me by this. Thy most Sacred Body and Blood, from all my
sins and from all evils
and make me always follow Thy commandments, and
never let me be separated from Thee ; Who, with the same God and Father
and the Holy Ghost, livest and reignest, God, for ever and ever. Amen.

LORD

M
T

AT THE COMMUNION.
Holy Communion, which I am about to receive,
Lord, keep my
soul and body from all evil. Who with God the Father, in the unity of
the Holy Ghost, livest and reignest, God, for ever and ever. Amen.

AY

this

WILL

take the Bread of Heaven, and

The Priest

call

upon the Name

strikes his.breast three times

saying:

am

not worthy that Thou shouldst enter under


LORD,
word and my soul shall be healed.
I

of the Lord.

my roof

say but the

ACT OF SPIRITUAL COMMUNION,

Y Jesus, I believe that thou art truly present in this Holy Sacrament, I love
Thee above all things, and I desire Thee with my whole soul, but si nee I cannot now receive Thee sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my
heart.
1

OM

Thee.

embrace Thee as if Thou wert already come,


Never suffer me to separate from Thee.

I unite

myself wholly to

PRAYERS AT MASS.

sniH

HAT

give to tho Lord for all that He hath given to me? I will
tho chalice of salvation, and call uixjii the Name of the Lord.
Praipjng I will call upon the Lord, and 1 shall be saved from my enemies.
pliall I

takt'

PRAYER.
Precious Blood.

Thy
my
DEAR
Lord Jesus Chrit^t preserve my soul to everlasting
.Te.us,

and

wa.sh

f-oul

in

!May the Bl(jod of our


Eternal Father, 1

life.

offer Thee the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ in satisfaction for


Amen.
for the needs of Holy Church.

my

sins,

AT THE ABLUTIONS.

RANT, O

what we have taken with our mouth we may receive


with a pure mind and may it do us good both for time and eternity.
Amen.
Lord, that

have received, and Thy Blood which I


and grant that no staiTi of sin may be left
fed with such pure and holy Sacraments.
my soul, which
livest and reignest one God, world without end
Amen.

which

Thy Body, Lord,


drunk remain with me
MAYhave
on
has been

Who

THE POST COMMUNION.

Tod, I

mercies

and

let

thank Thee for all Thou hast done for me. In return for all Thy
1 wisli never more to
Make me wholly thine,
displease Thee.
me always love Thee more and more.

The Lord be with

And with

thy

you.

spirit.

Let us print

meek and humble of heart, make my heart like to Thine. O Sacred


Heart of Jesus, 1 implore, that I may ever love Thee more and [more. O
Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. Saint

JESlJf?,

Joseph, friend of the Sacred Heart, pray for

us.

Let us bless the I^jrd.


Thanks be to God.
{In Masses for the dead.)

May
The

Priest

Amen.

they rest in peace.

bowing down before the Altar says :

PRAYER,

what

have done be pleasing to Thee and grant that


the sacrifice Avhich I, though unworthy, have offered up in the sight of
Thy majesty, may be accepted by Thee ; and through Thy mercy may I,
and all for whom it has been offered, receive forgiveness of our sins. Througli^

OHOLY

Trinity, let

Christ our Lord.

Amen.

The Lord be with

And

with thy

you.

spirit.

.,

PRAYERS AT MASS.

xix

THE LAST GOSPEL.


The

beginning of the holy Gospel according to St. John.

the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word
I was God the same was in the beginning with God. All things were made
by Him, and without Him was made nothing that was made In Him was
life, and the life was the light of men : and the light shineth in darkness, and
the- darkness did not comprehend it.
There was a man sent from God, whose
name was John. This man came for a witness, to give testimony of the light,
that all men might believe through him. He was not the light, but came to
give testimony of the light. He was the true light which enlightened every
man that cometh into this world. He was in the world, and the world was
made by Him, and the world knew Him not. He came unto His own, and
His own received Him not. But as many as received Tiim, to them He gave
power to become the sons of God to those that believe in His name, who are
born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of
God. And the Word was made tlesh [Here the people kneel doimi'], and dwelt
among us and we saw His glory, as it were the glory of the Only-Begotten of
the Father, full of grace and truth.
;

Thanks be

to God.

Great God, we thank Thee for the grace


Of hearing Holy Mass this day
On Sundays may we always come
To hear the Holy Mass and pray.
And may the grace of Holy Mass
Be with us still in all our need.
And keep us from the stain of sin.
In every thought and word and deed.
;

THE DIVINE
The Divine
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed
Blessed

be
be
be
be
be
be

Praises are generally said

PRAISES.*

by the Priest at the end of Mass and Vespers.

God.
His holy Name.

Jesus Christ, true God and true man.


the Name of Jesus
His Most Sacred Heart.
Jesus in the most holy Sacrament of the Altar.
be the great mother of God, Mary most holy.
be her holy and Immaculate Conception.
be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother.
.

be God in His Angels and in His


* Indulgence

Saints.

One year for every time it is said.

Manntt of

Afistfittng

at

LOW

MASS.

According to theRubricsof the Missal, all assisting at Low Mass should kneel during
whole service, except at the Gospel. Custom, however, has modified the law as follows

tl

1. When the celebrant enters the sanctuary, all shall rise.


standing until the Priest descends from the Altar to begin Mass,

They remain

when

all shall

kneel.
until the Gospel.
As the Altar boy ascends to
the Altar, all shall rise and remain standing
during the Gospel (and during the Credo, should \X be said), until the celebrai'':
2.

They remain kneeling

place the Missal

on the

left side of

'^

Dominvs Vobiscttm.^'
While the Priest is making the announcements, or preaching, the people
should be seated. If the Gospel is read to the congregation, they should stand.
4. Should the Credo be said, the congregation genuflects with the Priest at
^^
the words etincarnatus est* * * et homo factus est."
*'
Dominus Yobisnim " all sit down and continue so till the Sanctun,
5. After
when they shall reverently kneel. Thus they remain during the Priest's Communion and also during the Communion of the faithful, should there be any to

says

3.

receive.

at

"

6.

When

7.

They kneel

first ablution, all may sit down.


again, however, as soon as he goes to the book.
8. After the blessing, all rise and stand during the last Gospel, genuflecting

the Priest receives the

Et Verbum, caro factum

est."

When

the Priest descends from the Altar, they kneel and reciie with
him the prayers after Mass.
10. Nut until the Priest has retired from the Sanctuary should any person leave
the church or his place therein.
9.

HIGH MASS.

On

entrance of the celebrant all rise.


12. The congregation kneel when the Priest intones the Axprrgex inr, am*!
stand when ho s|)rinkles them with holy water, and remain standing until Ihe
prayer is sung. They may sit down while the Priest is vooting.
13. As the Priest descends from the Altar to begin 7>xaeS t'^ey kaeo..
" Gloria " all
14. At the intonation of the
stand, and ao iiie v,evui"-a.i, 'vakes
11.

bis seat, all sit


15.
th<'

When

prayers.

drpnrli'l, in

down.
he reascends the Altar,
It

i.t

.V".'-i,v.'<

all rise

oisiomoni to kn^el dnring


n/ Reqi'IEM. )

and stand during the singing


tlie

singing of Oic praiirr

<>f

fur thr

rflASS

AND VESPERS.

xxi

16. When he begins to read the Epistle, all eit down, and arise as the Altar
boy ascends with the Missal to the Gospel side.
" Veni
17. Should there be a sermon, they kneel during the
Creator," and

stand while the preacher reads the Gospel.


"
18. When the celebrant leaves his seat to intone the
Credo," all rise and
"
remain standing while he recites it, genuflecting a.t et inpamaius est," and
is seated.
sitting down when the celebrant
" et incarmitus est * * * et homo factus est" all
19. During the singing of
in many
kneel, and at its close re-seat themselves. A different custom exists
well regulated churches
20. As the Priest again ascends the Altar, all rise, and sit down again after
he has sung " OremMS."
21. AVhen he sings "Per onmia smcula soeculorum," at the Preface, all rise
and stand until the Sandm, when they kneel and remain kneeling till after the
Communions of both Priest and people, and then sit down during the purification and covering of the chalice
22. When the celebrant goes to the Book, all stand.
They stand during
the last Gospel, at the end '^f
prayers, kneel for blessing, and stand during
which they kneel and remain so till the celebrant has left the Sanctnart/,
.

SOLEMN HIGH MASS.


same as for High Mass. Note, however
23. That the people do not stand while the celebrant reads the Gospel, but
" Dominus Vobisciuu " to
sing it.
only when the Deacon commences with
24. When the altar boy incenses the congregation at the Offertory, all
The

rules are the

should stand.

VESPERS.
All should stand when the celebrant enters the Sanctuary, and remain
standing until he has arrived at the Altar.
26. All should kneel while the celebrant is saying the first prayer at the
foot of the Altar they rise when he rises to go to his seat, and remain standing
until the celebrant sits down after intoning the Deus in adjutorum.
27. At the Gloria Patri at the end of each Psalm, all should bow the head,
but not stand up
28. During the singing of the Cliapter at the end of the psalms all should
If the celebrant
stand up and remain standing until the celebrant is seated
should kneel during the singing of the hymn, the people should kneel also.
29. During the singing of the Magnificat and Prayer, the people should
stand, making the sign of the cross at the beginning of the Magnificat.
30. When the celebrant kneels at the Altar, before the exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament, all should kneel, and remain so until the Blessed Sacrament
is put into the tabernacle at the end of the Benediction.
25.

'

CONCERNING THE CHOIR.

by the foregoing rules in so far as they do


not interfere with the singing.
32. They should try to give the responses in the tone assumed by the
A Sanctuary Choir should never fail
celebrant or'given them" by the organist.
The organist can do much to help both celebrant and choir by a timely
here.
touch of the proper note at critical moments.
33. The celebrant should never be kept waiting for the choir to finish. The
" Orate
interlude at the Offertory should end at the
fratres ;" the Sandiis should
and the Benediclus should close at the
close at the single stroke of the bell
Should the celebrant not be ready, then the
''Nobis qiioque peccatoribus."
" Per omnia scecula
organist will do well to softly run over the notes of the
31.

All

members

are governed

eoeculorum

"

MASS AND VESPERS.

Kxii

S'^jirttual (Canltrka.
Sovereign Pontiff, Piue VII., in order to encourage the faithful to eing
spiritual canticles, and to check, as far an possible, the singing of dangerousprofane eongfe, by a rescript from the Office of the Secretary of Memorials,
Jan. 16, 1817, granted:

THE

An indulgence of one year, every time, to all who shall promote the singing
of spiritual canticles.
indulgence of one hundred days to all who, with at least contrite heart,
shall practise this pious exercise.

An

plenary indulgence, once a month, to all who, ha\'ing promoted or practised this pious exercise during the month, shall, on any day, being truly
penitent, after confession and communion, pray for the intention of the
Sovereign Pontiff.

t
"

Lord a Neio Canticle: sing well unto Him with a loud voice,
Sing ye
and bless His name." (Ps. xxxii., 3, xcv., 2.)
" I will
sing to the Lord, who gaveth me good things yea, I will sing to
the name of the Lord the most high." (Ps. xii., 6.)
to the

Pespers for 5un6ays.


FIRST VESPERS.
Pater Noster, Ave Maria

(In

-1 __
1

1_

C22:

^E^.
Priest.

secret.)

in adjutoriutn

meura

Domine, ad adjuvandum

me

fes

ti

Gloria Patri et Filio et


Sicut erat in principio et

Spiritu

Sane

nunc

et

Deus

Et

de.

na.
to:

semp

er,

lorum.

saecu

ia saecula

ten

men.

=1=

:=:1=zL---i:^=zczp?:

E^

t=--Ji:i:

-ji^t-

From Septuagesima Sunday instead of Alleluia, sing :

Lausti-bi

Do-mine Rex ae

ter-nse

glo

ri-ae.

2=ii-*z2:ti

DIXIT DOMINUS.

Psalm

cix.

FIRST CHANT.

Dixit

-J J-

z^^r^dA

^U

:3S^=E^iEgZ|gg

it

Dominus Domino
:=P2t22:

Donee ponam ini-mi-cos tu-os*

scabellum pe
3

dum

Virgam virtutis

tu

tuae,

rum.

emittet

Domin-

us ex Si - on :* dominate in medio inimi CO - rum tu - o - rum.


4 Tecum principium in die virtutis*
- rum:
tua;, in splendoribus sane - to
ex utero ante luci - ferum ge - nui te.
5 Juravit Dominus, et non poenite SECOND CHANT.

bit e

um ;* Tu es

Sacerdos in aeternum,

secundum ordi-nem Mel -chi - sedech.


*
con6 Dominus a dextris tu is,
-

fregit in die irae

ru
ra

su

ae

re

ges.

7 Judicabit in nationibus, implebit


*
- 1 - nas
conquassabit capita in ter ;

mul

De

to

rum

via bi - bet
proptereaexal-ta-bitca-put. Gloria Patri, etc.

torrente

VESPERS.

CONFITEBOR.

Psalm

ex.

FIRST CHANT.

ti^zizi;

gf^Piifpi"^>r;^i

Confitebor tibi, Domine, in toto cor

iaconsilio justo
et congre-ga-ii

de

ne.

me-o;* rum,

zzj-z2l=:

H:^q--^-F^= t=z
2
in

Magna o - pera Do-

omnes volun

mini,* exquisita

tales e -jus.

3 Confessio et magnificentia o - pus e


et justitiaejus manet in saa -culum
jus,
ssB -culi.

Memoriam

fecit

t--u

7 Fidelia omnia mandata ejus confirmata in sa3- culum sae - culi, * facta in
veritate et se

qui

tate.

8 Redemptionemmisitpo-pulosu-o;*
mandavit in seiernum testa - men - turn
su - um.

mirabihum suorum

misericors et mise - ra-tor Do - minus


escam dedit ti men ti - bus se.

J:

;*

9 Sanctum

5 Memor erit in sseculum testa -men tisu-i;* virtutem operum suorum an nuntiabit po - pulo su - o
6 Ut det illis haered i - ta - tern gentium * opera manuum ejus Veritas et
ju -di -cium.

no- men e- jus:'


mor Do - mini.

et terrible

iniiium sapientisB

ti -

10 Intellectusbonusomnibusfaci-en *
laudatio ejus manet in
libus e - um

sD

culum

ESQ

culi.

Gloria Patri, etc.

SECOND CHANT.

|sp|p=i
I

Con-fite-bor

|i=^iP|ji|go

tibi,

Domineintoto

me-o*

cor-de

in consilio justorum, et con-gre-ga

ti

ne.

-(S^-n:=l:^-t:

:-5

?se:::

Mm^^m
BEATUS

VIR,

:q--224

Psalm

cxI.

FIRST CHANT

-.i|

-1

I-

lE^HB^f^!
I.

Beatusvir, qui

timet Dominum;*iamandatis
ejus

vd-let

mis.

ni

s^.

iii^lliliSIH^i^iiSC^

VESPERS.

cul).

6 In memoria seterna e - rit jus - tus *


ab auditione mala non ti - me -bit.
7 Paratum cor ejus sperare in Dom*
ino; confirmatum- est- cor e -jus: non
commovebitur, donee despiciat ini- mi-

4 Exortum est in tenebris lu-men


rec-tis:* misericors, et mise-ra-tor,

cos- SU- OS.


8 Dispersit,

men e -jus;

2 Poiensin terra erit se-

ne-di-ce - tur.
*
3 Gloria el divitiae in do mo e -jus
et justitia ejus manet in soc - culum soegeneratio rectorum be

5 Jucundus homo, qui miseretur et


commodat; disponet sermones suos in
ju - di - cio ;* quia in jBternum non com-

mo- ve
*

dedit pauperibus; jusejus manet in see -culum see -culi:*


cornu ejus exalta - bi - tur in gloria.
9 Peccator videbit, et irasce-tur,
dentibus suis fremet, et ta-bes-cet : *
titia

et Justus.

bitur.

SECOND CHANT.

desidcrium pecca- to -rum pe-ri-bit.


Gloria Patri, etc,

:zfc

Beatus

vir,

Do

qui timet

minum

manda-

in

tis

\-<^-\

^e:

vo

ejus

fep

rtiiii

+&'+-

LAUDATE PUERI.

Psalm

i^
m

let

mis.

cxii.

FIRST CHANT.

2 Sit

nomen Domini

be-ne-dic-tum,

que in see -culum.


3 A solis ortu usque ad -cc-ca- sum,*

laudabile no men Do - mini.

ex hoc nunc,

et us-

4 Excelsus
super omnes gen -tes Do*
minus, et super coelos glo -ria e- jus.
Dominus Deus noster,
sicut
5 Quis
* et humilia
qui in al lis ha-bitat,

respicit in coe

lo et in terra

6 Suscitansater-ra in- opem,


stercore eri - gens pau - perem.
7 Ut
*
pibus,

et

de

eum cum

prin-ciprincipibus po-puli su-i.


- em - in -do
steril
habitare
facit
Qui

mo

collocet

cum

matrem

liliorum-lae

tantem

Gloria Patri, etc.

SECOND CHANT.
/>

fclZ
tj

Lauda-tc, pu

i:i:

^2:

M:

ri

Do-minum
l_,

^::=z1=^:
3^:

*
:

Laudate

=rq-22:l

:=}^4=:

no men Do-mini.

^P^

VESPERS.

In

p
1

3B=

In exitu Israel

de JE gyp

domus Jacob de popu-lo bar-ba

to:
<>

l^^i

-+7-r+-

-+'M-

m. e:

2 Facta est Judaea sancitifi - ca


Israel po - tes - tas ejus.
e -jus,

vi - dlt, et fu - git

et

conver -sus est retror - sum.


4 Montes exultaverunt ut a-ri- etes,*
etcoUes si-cut a-gni o-vium.
5 Quid est tibi, mare - quod fu - g^is *

ti?

re

et tu, Jordanis, quia conver-sus es

tror

A facie

Domini

mo - ta est ter -

qua-rum,

et

fiant qui fa

rupem

in ton-tes

qua

rium.

9 Non nobis, Dom -ne, ncn nosed nomini tu-o da g'lo-ri-am.

bis,

Israel spera-vit in Do-mi- tor e - o-

Domus Aaron
*

rum

De-us e-o-rnm?
11 Deus autem nos - ter

Rst

omnia quaecumque

in coe

- lo.

*
:

vo-!u-it, fe-cit.

12 Simulacra gentium argen - turn et


au-rum,* opera ma-nu um ho-minum.
13 Os habent, et non - lo - quen - tur :*
oculos habent, et non-vi-de-bunt.
14 Aures habent, et-non au-dient ;*
nares habent, et non o-do-ra-bunt.
15 Manus habent, et non palpa bunt
pedes habent, et non am - bu - la - bunt ;*
non clamabunt in gut-tu-re-su-o.

spera

adjutor eorum

Do

vit in

et protec-tor e

est.

Dominum, spera ve *
adjutor eorum et

Do - mino

protec-tor e-o-rum est.

20 Dominus

bene

memor

fu

- it

nos

dixit

do

*
tri,

dixit nobis.
*

21 Benedixit do-mui Is-ra-el,

mui

bene

ron.

22 Benedixit ommibus qui


*
- mi num, pusillis cum

Do
ri -

10 Super misericordia tua et veri-ta te tu a ; *nequando dicant gentes Ubi

ciunt e-a*

est.

runt in

et
_

adjutor eorum et protec

mino;

ra,*

illis

19 Qui timent

De - Jacob.
8 Qui convertit petram in sta-gna a

a facie

18
-

r-2

qui con-fi-dunt in e-is.

Domus

rum

ro.

omnes

no?

sum?

6 Montes, exuljastis si-cut a-ri-etes?*


et coUes, si-cut a-gni o-vium?
7

I-.

17

Jordanis

<&H

16 Similes

tio

,j

Mare

cxiii.

-^
'^

F-

Psalm

Exitu Israel.

ti

ment

ma -jo -

bus.

23 Ajiciat Domi - nus su - per vos, *


super vos, et super fi - li - os ves - tros.
*
24 Benedict! - vos a Do-mino,
qui
fecit coe - lum et ter - ram.
*
25 Coelum - coeli Do - mino: terram
autem dedit fili - is ho - minuin.
26 Non morlui lauda - bunt te, Do *
mine,
neque omnes qui descendant
in in

fer

num.

27 Sed nos qui vivimus, bene - dicimus


Do - mino, * ex hoc nunc, et us - que in
sae - cu - lum.
Gloria Patri, etc

VESPERS.

Laudate Dominum.
Psalm

(^This

Psalm

often sung in place of

is

"In

cxvi.

exitu Israel.")

FIRST CHANT.

_^=:^_

pq=jzq=:^pg

|^ -:j]

zt^rpl ztrr^n
-^"C?"

Laudate
tes;*
eum,

Laudate

om

Dominum,

2 Quoniam confir

nes

gen

mata

est super
nos miseri . cor

^^

om

nes

Domini manet

puli.

at Veritas

dia

jus:*

?:.*.-^^

in

as - ler

m m m^m^

=23

po

,2.

-f^-'

|-<^H

num.

--

-1S>-.^-

_i_i

^^=2

il

SECOND CHANT.
I

:S=
1

Lau-da-te

om

Dominum,

nes

gen-tes

e:

:*

Laudate

122:

/Ts

iiiij?

eum om-nes po

puli

nsgi-i

=t^
Pi"^*

THIRD CHANT.

^^M^rLim^f^,
Lau

da -

te

Dominum omnes gentes

-V!-^-

-\

Laudate eum

-mm-

po-pu

li-

H-<S-f-

+-

om-nes

1^

-.-

>-t^-N:

FOURTH CHANT.

*=^
Lau

da

te

S ^^Fm

_*=^;

Dominum om-nes gentes Laudate eum om-nes


-+SMH

-*-

po-pn-li,

t==t:
H

h-

VESPERS.

f?ymnu5.
LUCIS CREATOR.
Pentecost to Advent,

(From

andjrom Second Sunday


Sunday in Lent.)

FIRST CHANT

P2

after

Epiphany

to First

._J.

t-

Lu

ere

cis

tor

op

me,

ti

Lu

ceni

di

'^'iii '111(11
rum pro

.-^=e
-

=|:

--r=tr
Mun

Pri

mor

di

pa

rans

Audi preces cum

Dirigatur,

no

cis

gi

men.

nam.

5 Praesta, Pater piissime,

gravata crimine,
exul munere,

Patrique compar TJnice,

Cum

perenne cogitat,
illigat.

Domine, oratio mea.

Vitemus omne noxium,


Purgemus orane pessimum.

fletibus.

Ne mens

Seseque culpis
"f

4 Coeleste pulset ostium,


Vitale toUat praemium

vocari praDcipis
lllabitur tetrum chaos,

nil

lu

'r=^

Qui mane junctum vesperi

Dum

is

11

sit

r-

:^

VitaB

di

-^-

Diem

^^^^n

mEg
2

fe - reos,

'^mwm^^^

:=f1

vae,

Spiritu Paraclito,

Regnans per omne sseculum.


Amen.
Sicut incensum in conspectu tuo.

VESPERS.

LUCIS CREATOR

SECOND CHANT.

:J^.^=:J.

i^zri^^rTiiJirrzq

^
op

^%^-* EzE-

ri;s^z:itr:z}

tz-E-^

^-

rum pro

i* F-I-

Lu

me.

ti

F-P
I

cem

!-F-

di

,__J_
[_,_.
q_p=)=zz:=:^=rz^zzzdipsrrzzztzF=q=zr

r
fe

^ -

^I

rens,

Pri

mor

di

lu

IS

no-

cis

0:?2:

!__|

:fe
vaD,

zz:|!?zE t={^ite:zz: r.F :t=ztz:rf

Mun

di

pa

rans

gi

nem.

men.

:r=:zrzt^=?.r_^z=zzf_-c:zii-:iF=g-_in=2^. pgjzD

CREATOR ALME.
Chant, pages 6 and 7.]
1 Creator alme siderum,
yClerna lux credentium
Jesu,

(For Advent.)
4 Cujus potestas glorias,

Nomenque cum primum

Et

Redemptor omnium,

Qui dffimonis ne fraud ibus


Ferirct orbis, impetu
Amoris actus, languid!
Mundi medela factus es.

Commune

qui

mundi nefas

sonat,

coelites et inferi

Tremente curvantur genu.

Inlende votis supplicum.


5

Te deprecamur, uUime

Magnum

diei Judicem
Armis superna^ grati
Defende nos ab hostibus.
:

6 Virtus, honor,

cum

laus, gloria

Ut

Deo

Sancto simul Paraclito,


In sa3culorum saecula. Amen.

expiares, ad Cruccm
Virginis Sacrario
Intacta prodis viclima

i/ Rorale
ant justum.

coeli

desuper, et nubes plu-

Patri

T( Aperiatur
vatorem.

Filio,

terra,

et

germinet Sal.

VESPERS.

AUDI, BENIGNE CONDITOR.


6 AND

CHA^fT PAGES
1

(For Lent).

7.]

Ad nominis laudem tul


Confer medelam languidis.

Auor, benigne Conditor,


Nostras preces cum fletibus,
In hoc sacro jejunio
Fusas quadragenario.

4 Concede nostrum conteri


Corpus per abstinentiam
CulpjB ut relinquant pabulum
Jejuna corda criminum.

alme cordium,
Infirma tu scis virium
Ad te reversis exhibe
Remissionis gratiam.

2 Scrutator

5 PrsEsta, beata Trjnitas,


Concede, simplex Unitas,
Ut fructuosa sint tuis.

Multum quidetn peccavimus,


Bed parce confitentibus

Jejuniorum munera.

Angelis suis Deus mandavit de

R Ut

te.

Amen.

custodiant te in omnibus viis tuis

VEXILLA REGIS.
(For Passion

Vex

time.)

il

Is
St

^fe^fe^ES
f-

m
ss

?2iz:

^^S

-+

Ful

Gregorian Chant

-s

8':

"Pc

get

cru

CIS

^.

23-

irt*^":3EEzlr-y-"

'^^^-i

mys

te

ri

um,

(S-

jC2

jc^irr

ZC2Z

g^^^^l

VESPERS.
VEXILLA RECIS-CONTINUED.

5 Beata cujus brachiis


Pretium pependit saeculi,
Statera facta corporis,

2 Quae viilnerata lancea;

Mucrone diro, criminum


Ut nos lavaret sordibus,
Manavit unda et sanguine.

Tulitque praedam tartari.

3 Impleta sunt quae concinit


David fideli carmine.
Dicendo nationibus:
Regnavit a lingo Deus.

4 Arbor decora et fulgida,

7 Te, fons salutis Trinitas.


Collaudet omnis spiritus :

Piis

Passionis tempore

adauge gratiam,

Reisque dele

Ornata Regis purpura,

criniina.

Quibus Crucis victoriam


Largiris, adde praen\ium.

Electa digiio stipite

Tarn sancta membra tangere.

y Eripe me^ Domine, ab homine malo.

Crux, ave, spes unica.

Hoc

I^

viro iniquo eripe me.

Ad Regias Agni.
CHANT PAGES
1

Ad

AND

{For Paschal time.)

7.]

regias Agni dapes,

Stolis amicti candidis,

Post transitum Maris Rubri,


Christo canamus Principi.

Cceloque aperto, subditum,


Regem tenebrarumtrahit.

3 Sparsum cruorem postibus


Vastator horret Angelus:
Fugstque divisum mare,
Merguntur hostes fluctibus.

sis

perenne mentibus

morte dira criminum


Vitae renatos libera.
8

Christus est,
Paschalis idem Victima.
Et pura puris mentibus

Deo
Et

Patri

sit

gloria,

qui a mortuis
Surrexit, ac Paraclito,
Filio,

In sempiterna sa?cula.

azyma.

nobiscum, Domine.

Ut

Paschale, Jesu, gaudium,

Jam Pascha nostrum

^ Mane

vitae prsemia.

6 Victor, subactis inferis,


Trophaea Christus explicat,

Almique membra corporis


Amor Sacerdos immolat,

Sinceritatis

vera cceli Victima,


Subjecta cui sunt tartara,
Soluta mortis vincula,

Recepta

2 Divina cujus charitas


Sacrum prcjpinat saguinem,

Alleluia.

I^"

(Juoniam advesperascit.

Amen.
Alleluia.

10

VESTERS

Magnificat.

:llliiiiiii!iil
IMii^a

^ ^-fc-.g'

-<S'-

2 Et exultavit spiritus

Deo

salu

ta

- ri

me

me

-us:

in

- o.

omnes

gen-ra-ti-o-nes.
4 Quia fecit mihi magna qui po - tens
*
et sanctum no - men e - jus.
est
:

5 Et misericordia ejus a progenie in


*
timen-ti-bus e-um.
ni^es
6 Fecit poten'iam in bracliio su - o: *

pro-ge

No

1.

me

aninia

cat.*

-fS"

3 Quia respexit humilitatem ancillee


*
su-a;:
ecce en'.ni ex hoc beatam me
dicent,

fi

Do-mi-num

^rg:

ii

dispersit superbos mente cor dis su -i.


*
7 Deposuit potentes de se-de:
et
exal - ta - vit hu - miles.

8 Esurientes implevit bo-nis* * et divites dimii

an

sit - in -

es.

um

9 Suscepit Israel puerum su recordatus misericor diie su - aj.

:*

10 Sicut locutusestadpatresnostros;*
et semini e -jus in-sse - cula.

Abraham

Gloria Patri, etc.

Alma Redemptoris Mater,

{From Advent

to Purification.)

ANDANTE.

i^

ma* Red-empto.ris

f^

4t=^
1^ ^-4s- :*=S=^
Por

Ma-ter, qiisep6r-vi a cse-\\

ta ma-nes,

?5=i--=,

::!!!=^--5-*=^ziii*-ii=31i=*=:3_*-^=!!et stel-la

_i_

mi

Irt-

_^-^

-.

1^

ge-nu-

rem,

ca

succiirre

ris,

zm~m^
^ ^ ^-

1^
tu qua;

ni

i-

\'ir-

sti,

go

denti,

Siirge

re qui

cu-rat p6-pu- lo

zrz^^S:
i^s^:^
:*=i.'=*=i^ziii=S: *z:^
Na- ta- ra- mi- rante,
tu- um sdnctum Ge-

:p-a
t-

pri-

us

ac

po- ste-

ri-

us,

Gabri-

('-

l-s

all

-ri-

31*^itM

:k=p=it^;
6-

ri',

Sumens

il-

lud

Ave,

pecca-

16-

rum

mi- se-

re-

1-

re.

w-

VESPERS
No. 2

II

Alma Redemptoris=

Solo.
Cv

t^

:^- -*-

Z1.-0-

1.

Al

2.

Sur-ge-re qui cu-rat Pop


Vir - go
pri-us ac

3.

ma,

'f^'

Al-ma,

Al

-0 -0--0--0-

-----

-----u-lotu
pos

-.cz-z^z

-Si-.

jO..

-&-

Z^I-

:i E-Jz;z?irEii=3=S EiTz-'
- vi

1.

per

2.

tu

3.

mens

:zl
--(S'---

-a

ra mi
il-lud

coe

11,

ran- te

ve

Por

ta

ma

Tu

um

sane

ca

to

Pec

nes et
-

stel

turn

rum

Ge
mi

i-r. -:

==*Ebfea:?:

S'-.

ma, Re-demp-to-ris Ma-ter quae


quae ge-nu is - ti NaGa-bri-elis ab o - re Sute-ri-us,
-

;^:i==|;

"<22-

la

Eli-

J:

VESPERS.

12

AVE REGINA.
Anda nte

(Purification

Easter.)

till

h-

i^i^l
'
I

SOLO.
=1:

-g ^_L.

i^Ef
A

Gau

ve,
de,

Vir

go

Gau

ve,

de,

:{=-:

i^ti:

'^-

A
M.

ve,

Re-gi-nacce

ve,

Vir
:it=^ir_

lo

=1-j^-

rum

lo

ri

go

.&-

:&=:^

i^^ife

-^

3b=*:
r-

ve,

ve,

Su

per

om

nes

spe

sa,

ve,

ve,

ci

sa.

JJ=: :.=r.

IS^^

H-;

ve,

Dom

Su

per

om

]l?Ei

-^=

Jtsh

J -J

na

an

nes

sp

3^1

-zet-

ge
ci

lo

rum

sa,

g^-^fr?lgi

VESPERS.

i3

AVE REGINA-CoNTiNUEO
CHORUS.

Pastorale

TENOR,

^^

m^^imf.

t^----jp--z^
Sal

ve,

Va

le.

-U

-Jp:

ra
val

dix,

sal

de

de

ve.

--tr--

por
CO

ta,

ral

:iz:-j:t=:

Sal

Va

ve,
le,

ra
val

dix,

sal

de

de

ve,

por
poi
CO

ral

or

ta.

ra.

or

ta.

ra.

ta,

m^^
1

Jl:

-JSJ

^^^^z=^

zii
Ex

no

pro

do

Lux

bis

Christ

est
-

um

ex

I-

-J_ti,-.

mun

qua

Et

^1

Ex

qua

mun

do

Lux

Et

pro

no

bis

Christ

:^i^^t
Sal

ve,

ra

dix,

Et

pro

no

bis

Sal

Et

est

umex

pir

sal-ve
Christum ex

por

sal-ve

ve,

ra

dix,

pio

no

bis^ Christum

ex

por
o

h^^^l
ta,

qua

ra.

Ft

pro

VESPERS.

14

AVE REGINA-CoNTiNUED.

mun
no

m
do

bis

do

bis

lux

est

Christum ex

or

ta

ra

ex

qua

et

pro

ppl^i
mun
no

lux

est

Christum ex

or

ta

ex

qua

ra

et

pro

^kmBs^^m
p
do

bis

iux

est

Christum ex

or

ta.

ra.

4
-s

pilife^l^
do

bis_.

lux

-^-

-=1-5?

=1-

5?

^#^^P^
Ij

-=1--

est

l^fj:=i:^iz

i^

n-

Christum ex

t^

Dignare me laudare te, Virgo sacrata.


Da mihi virtutem coutra hostes tuos.

VESPERS.

i5

REGINA CdLI-No.

1.

(Easter to Pentecost.)

SOLO.

Allegretto,

14

.a.

:|!sz:

:1JP

-^^
Re

gi

na

coe

L-^-f^'

::i:
IMS:
*:tS--i^zn^^;*:

:*-P-*

:^-:
li,

lae

ta

:?2:

t?:

Al

Al-le^lu-ia.

e-p

Ltzrrrziz

le-lu

-w-^-

-I

i-^^

TVTTI
VVTTI

_^

r=^=:z?_-5 S-:P.^E^=2^gEE:-E^^
jj-trt^'t
Re gi-na cos
Al-le -lu-ia
Al-le - lu-ia...
ia.
rrr\

Wj^A-^s-^-

rrr\

-J

i-i

Al-le-lu-ia.

^^f^^ES^iH^E^E
re!

to

i-ir^:

-45,

ta

Ft-

li

^-^ :*?FP=P-

-sH^=:^=:=K-:1v^rj^g
-

fl

le-lu
Al-le-lu-ia.
.

Al-le-lu-ia.

-I

Al- le-lu-

iqipzir^irpzpnpij-pc
|zpz:pi:-^p=:prpqip=::p:rpz

Al-Ie-lu

Allelu

la.

Al-le-lu-ia.

Al-le-lu-ia..

la. ..

AlTelu -ia. Al-lelu-ia.

ia

Allelu-

lgEgIgEE5^$5:gf;E3gf^g^5gEgESiggE?ggi
Al-Ie-Iu

FINE.

- ia.

WW
Al

-le-lu

ia.

Al -le-lu

ia.

Al- le-lu

-^ :=::iP57z^z=q :p
trralizat^

VESPERS.

26

REGINA CCELI

SOLO.

Continued.

^i^SiiM^e3lig5
^
Qui-aqucmme

ru

is

me-ru-is

ti

ti

por-ta

re; Al-le-lu-

p~F

-f-^r

f=-

AUcgrrtto.

.ci.SOLO.

ip^i^rtiipilii^M^i^
Al-le-lu

ia,

ia.

4 ^: 4

J J

Re-sur.rcx

Re-gi-na.

it

si-cut dix

it,

#
^

=^=^^"^
bM

J:

__?q_

?^=^

r=^_;frdrr^

feflfe^=p^^Si^^^^
Al

le

Re-sur^rex

-lu -ia.

it

si

-cut dix

Al-

le

lu -ia.

^-*Wi
^f
Al

it,

4
F^i

ffe^

S3:

le

hi

ia

Regi-na.

O-rapro

wm-

irS^li^g^ill^^iiiiEii
,.J..

itfTZJ

^P^
no

t^T^ti^

'^

-bis pro no-bis,

m^mpi00i

De

um,

ra

pro

no

-bis,

pro no. bib

i^m^E^^^E^^jm^^m^

VESPERS.

17

REGINA CCELI-CONTINUCD.
SOLO.

'S:

^^m^^^^^m
4.

i^e

um.

^fe
yt=Sz

Al -

le

lu

- ia.

Al

le

lu

^-^-

Re-gi-na,

ia.

BSE

t
"^

Gaude

;g

Quia surrexit, Dominus vere.

et laetare,

Virgo Maria.

Alleluia.

REGINA CCELI.-No.

Alleluia.

2.

WEBBE.

DUETT, Sopranos

Andante,

^mm
Re

gi

na

coe

li,

Re

gi

na

coe

H, los

ta

^3t^
Re

gi

Da

coe

r'**

Sl-

li,

Re

rel

gi

na

coe

li,

Ise

i^"

22:

CHORVS.

ta

:sz:

Tenor.

Al<le>lu.ia. Al-le-lu

ia.

Al

ia.

Al

re!

AMe-lu-ia. Al-le-lu

.j^-m-^-I

r-^

C>.

le

VESPFR?.

i8

REGINA CCELI

Continued.
.soi'liAXO 2n(i.

.U-5-

^P^ii

^^life
-

lu

la.

a quern me-ru-

Qui

^^%^ lii^IglEfpi:^
lu

?^

JJ.

:fl:

a quern me-ru-

Qui

la.

<&

C CHOR rs.

^m

3?
is

ti

por-ta

is

ti

por-ta

re,

quern meru

is

ti

por

ta

re.

re,

quern mcru

is

ti

por

ta

re.

s:

:22:

m
Re

:?!=

122:

CHORUS.
zfi:

si

cut

dix

it,

Re

sur-rex

Re

sur-rex

sur-rex-it

si

cut

dix

it,

- it

si

cut

dix

it.

i^^m

;z|=q=r

'^j*

Alleluia.

m^m^^^i^^mM

sur-rex-it

^#3^#EiE=-iE3=jl
Ke

A llelii !a

it

si

iM^

!f=fe3EE?i"^E?EEiEi
S3-

cut

dix

it.

VESPERS.

19

REGINA CCELI-CoNTiNUED.

CHORUS.

Allehiia.

-4

J-

rapro no

rapro no

bis

De-um.

bis

De-um.

(S

SALVE REGINA.

(PENTECOST TO ADVENT

SOLO.

Salve,

Ad

Eia
Et

te

mis - e sal - ve, sal - ve, Re-gi - na, Ma - ter


clama-mus ex - u -les Fi -Hi ex - u- les Fi - li
ca ta
er - go, Advocata nostra Ad vo
- Slim be
ne -dictum fruc- turn ven - tris
Je
.._l

^-
j

_j

ri

cor
i

nos
-

tu

^P_,

d -

E-

CHORUS.

'M-^=^~

wf^j^w--^^

ip=e
r-t~

Et spas

in hac

vae;
tral

nos-tra, nos-tra,
la - cry-ma- rum

ad nos con-ver
O cle - mens, O - pi
QdulIcis Virgo Ma - ri -

occulos

nobis

j
I

III;

-^^^
iE:3S^i=&^f=53iE*'
Vi

Ad
II

^OJLO

ta

te suspi
los

JBaas. post hoc

vi-ta

dul

ramus gementes
tu-os
exilium

ce-do,

cordes

os

tende.

5J

Ut

pro nobis, sancta Dei Genltrix.


digni efficiamur promissionibus ChristL

a,
a.

i-p_-r^fi?f^F^^--*^t Ora

valle.
te.

et flentes

miseri
-

^i^^

salve,

20
SALUTARIS. No.

I.

^n
EE
o

^5- (2_i
Seb

!^

111

4r:-:4=U;

:li!

^-

sa

J-

?=*^ifel?l
-

coe

Quae

^
1

1^

>

^^
^^=^rgg^

-n-p-

li

os

pan-diP

- ti -

uin.

[-0>\I

^^

^^-

-^j^p

-^

=i-^-p

;.

^g.-

A'

zcz.

^:^S^^=^S^^^
sa

coe

dis, quje

1-*)

1-^

H-

M^
^-g:

5i^^^=^=*
*^=3

-!-

pan

li

lu

ta

ris,

sa

lu

-
zpizir

ta

-**

r
|p ziizzr

BENEDICTION.

^iP^

hos

ti

21

-^
coe

Quse

dis

pan

li

=fc^

^^

^0f

-0'

\-0f-

hH-"

'

-0

\-0-

h^- -0'

^p-^

IE

^^

-*^

Sz5^^3e5^

OS

J ir
)

ti

-=1:

um.

///"Bel

sw=

-4^

^_^_

-^ _ L

=+-=1-?^
-+-

premunt hos

la

- ti

;^^-:^Sl^iifei5iii-^
^
-\

ai-q P
-ji-q-F'
:4

-=14^

da

ro

bur

aux

^'"-

li

Bel-la

um,

premunt*lios-

J^

--

-*-

----

--m-m- -m- -m-

^^
^^=g=

-^-

-*-

^-

litz-it

^^

^^=i=^^li^i ^JEJEE^.

=fc^:

ti

li

da

ro-bur

fer

au

xi

li

-.rii

um.
/r>

wn^w^

a"*

g^
^T^

tl
H

:Z2:
-jp*-

BENEDICTION.

22

I#^^=
o

sa

ta

111

sa

li

pan

ris,

7^=1^

:5iii=t=*
-

lu

ta

ris

"^^
=1^2^l^=3a^i
i-.s-giJ .s
=f

r=q-

:i_:pE:

:^=
hos

^^

ff

ti

-j,

^?^

^=^-^-

dis

-n^-

-^:

um,

sa

lu

:;?:

ta

^^i^^^^'^

n:
a:^-:1:^

.tzi=it

S^H?^

--=-5-

I
ti

i=^

-s^-

i
1^

Ov

^*5z=p:

ris.

=1
-^-^--^:z^-i

--^:

coe

Q"3S

a,

sa

111

ta

-SI

CP

ris

hos

Si-c?-

- ti

:^:

t^:

-S)

'<s

III

m&i^E^^^^ ;:Z^^:^:

a.

-ii2:

ti

S2.

BENEDICTION,

23

SALUTARIS-N0.2.

WEBBE

Lento,
5:

O
U

sa
ni

lu
trio

ta

ris

Hos

que

Do

i^rt^Pi
r--rfpan

dis

OS

ter

na

glo

ti

- ri

ti

>.

mi

no

Bel

Qui

li
-

mm
V

T^r

p-pr

a!

sem- pi

Sit

-&
um

coe

Quae

a,
-

la
vi

pre
-

tarn

munt hos>
si

ne

b^^i^^^eiiifci^
^g^PHiSii^^
r-"f=WF=^>^="T-"rT^p
ti

ter

Andante.

tT

11

a,

mi

no

Da
No

Un

far
et

bur,

don

aux

in

pat

li

um.

ri

a.

SALUTARIS.-N0.3.

p-p-f0-

ro
bis

A.

f
sa
- i

-^.
lu

p-

ta

trin-o

.^-

ris

Hos

que

Do

^ -^
ti

a,

mi

no

J-J-J.^_J.-J_J^.J

-^- -^-

WERNER.

r f^

Quae coe - li pan -dis


Sit semp-i - tern - a

i_^J

J_

:S&i_i.-j.=:j.3zp--j.l-p:z=^^=i=:z3ij,=j,z:(i&=E^

:i L.

BENEDICTION.

a4

O SALUTARIS-CONTINUEO.

^f^m^^^^m^
OS

g^
W^

ti

glo

um

Bel

Qui

la

vi

pre

muDt hos

tarn

ter

a,

no

^^

--M'=f-

^^^i^^

^
-rrrrrrr^
Da - ro bur, fer
No -bis don -et

aux

in

*--

1'^

'^

li

mi

- ti

ne

si

pat

izf-'

um.

ri

a.

^^iiife

men.

zz

SALUTARIS.-No.

4.

lAtrghetto.

P^^

*a^^

^^Pl

Ii^^rdd

O
U

sa

lu

ni

tri

ta

no

ris,

rHos

que

Do

-^:

F'
pan
ter

a,

mi

no

coe

sem

Sit

aiz:5:

lE^

Qu

ti

li

P
P

F=?^-

s-

^EE^^

/^

-RV-

i*-)t^
dis

os

na glo

ti -

ri

jlEg^E^f^

um

-a!

^
!?E3?

Bel

Qui

la
vi

pre
-

tam

munt hos
si

CJ^

ffFffn-T

pi-

ne

ti

ter

li

mi-

BENEDICTION.

25

SALUTARIS-CONTINUED.

'^=zt=1=

^:

:S!^:

-M-

s>-

Da
No

a,

no

ro

^-

bur

bis

don

S'

+*:

i^=t

fer

aux

et

in

pat

um.

li

ri

men.

a.

3S2:

HS^eI^
SALUTARIS. No.

5.

MODERATO.

g=3=i^^E=l
:*=:^

3: :r=st

-(S*-

O
U

Sa

- lu

ni

- tri

ta

no

ris

hos

ti

a.

que

Do

mi

no.

--^

1^

Quae coe
Sit sem

ter

dis

os

na

glo

ti

ri

:^ISt2=t

i^^i

%-^

Stl

ter

li

mi

'

am,

Bel

a,

Qui

la
vi

pre
-

pi

m-

(S"

munt

tarn

:S-p;

Ld2=:

T^'^-

=g=
pan

- li

si

ho
ne

122:

T^

:^^:

t:=^
a,

no,

=^=^'

Da
No

ro
-

bis

=g=

bur

fer

aux

do

net

in

pa

li

- tri

e:

BENEDICTION.

26

SALUTARIS- Continued.

tz

-11

EEa=^

.-9--)-

um,

Bel

la

a,

Qui

vi

pre

munt

tarn

si

ho
ne

3t

ro

bur

fer

aux

bis

do

net

in

-Si-

No.

1.

li

mi

:?=

um,

tri

a.

7:2:

:^

Tantum

a
no

pa

:&

^i?5^
-?-

:?=:

sti

ter

-^

:^^

I
I

^-Tjzq

-^21

Da
No

Ergo.

MOD ERATO.
H

Sa

Tan-tum er -go

Gen

to

rr-A

::^-

an

-m--^--m- m- -m- -mdoc - u men-turn No-vo ce-dal

ti-quum

vir

Sal-US, hon-or,
,

nu

ti -

o.

55*: -&
P2:

S?=g:

Et

cra-men-tum Ve-ne - re-mur cer


- to la
que Lauset ju - bi

^^^^

s=

5=4:

Gen

ri,

1-

tus quo-que Sit et

^--^ ^-r^ ^

ri

be-ne-dic

^ ^

r"

tu

ti

o
^^z

'

1^

BENEDICTION.

TANTUM

27

ERGO-CoNTiNUEO.

pgspjip

Pr{B-stet fi-des

Sen - su-um de- fee tu


u-tro-que Com-par sitlau-da-ti
-

sup -ple-men-tum

ab

Pro-ce-den-ti

o.

men.

=
:-4^^i:Aff:=E
ipj
No.

2TANTUM

ERGO/
LAMBILOTTE.

Maestoso.

m^^*-

wt-^

-A:

^S
Sa-cra-men-tum Ve-ne-re-mur
to -que Laus et ju - bi -

Tan-turn er

go
Gen-i-tor-i,

Gen -i-

cer-nula

ti

m^^^^^^^^
^E

=-

"^

Sal

o.

^^
1

-S:l

us, hon-or,

3iE*z?^5?^.^iE

do-cu-men-tum

Etanti-qu-um

vir-tus

quoque

Pree-stet

fi

Pro-ce-den

des
- ti

m^J=:=p^
J-s-*-

}-

\ff

kMirii

No-vo cedat
ri
Sit et be - ne *- die

tu

ti -

^-&i-m:

sup-pie

ab

men-turn
tro

que

ee--

sen-su

um

ecm-par

sit

sen-su-um de-

com-par

sit

lau-

BENEDICTION.

28

TANTUM

^S
1

^-r*

EfiCO-CoNTiNUED.

!;-

:i2z

:^Eii^:?:*^iz;5:t^zzzZzzzz
fee

til -i

Prae-stet

da

ti-o.

Pro- ce

sup-ple-men-tum Sen-su-um de-fec


ab u - tro - que Com-parsit Isu-da

fi-des

-den-ti

tu -

- ti -

23^
-

i.

Sen- su

o.

Com-par

m,

^:
m_

(S*

um

de-fec

sit

lau-da

!'-!

er

3.

f>-

Sen

su

Corn-par

iiil

Tantum

um

de-fec

sit

lau-da

-ti-o

-^

jfcii*

P=i|:

tu

i.

Z^ZiT

S^

Ergo.

^
H

go Sac-ra-mea-tum, Ve-ne - re-mur cer - iiu

<=2-

Sl-

i,

Et an-

Sh
-=i-n-

^2:?-

ti-(iuuiii(lo-in-iiK'ii-tiiin,Novo

- i

^^r^i

ati^

No.

:5zn-5:
S^

tu

I^ZZI^*

-!S-

Tan-tuin

-ti-o

ce-dat ri-lii-i. Prjvstet

li-de>s

sup-ple-

^^i^

29
TANTUM ERCO-CONTINUED.

^i^ppii^i

-^-

g=S=^t_^^-:

men-tuiii. Sensu

uiu de-fec-tu

-Sl-

S?=EEtE
h

:|=

:=|_-l__-i_

:1z=d:

:*?E5^^zz^^
-^
^- E?lEES
Hen

^
-f
uin de

eu

^
-<S1-

fee

f^-

:^
No. 4.

Tantum

Ergo.

fcs
1.

Tan-tum

er

2.

Ge

to

ni

go
ri

ME^=^r^
%=

^eEI

S-t-i

Se^
-

-!1

-<Si-

-<st-

"2^:

ple^

tu
.

-2=zt=:

-IS-

1=^:

men-turn,

des sup

fi -

Pra?stet

Sa

era

Ge

ni

men
to

turn,

Ve

que,

Laus

ne
et

J?

;s5=^:Ji^^g=^i^zi=^=l=^2i^

1.

re

mur

cer

2.

ju

bi

la

_L

nu

Et

ti

Sa

1
,

an
-

las

-i_

li

ho

qu m
nor

BENEDICTION.

30

TANTUM ERCO-CONTINUEO.

*-

1.

do

2.

vir

cu

:i5=^

-K

No

men-tum,

tus

quo-que,

vo

ce

dat

be

et

Sit

tu

die

lie

ti

i.

o.

m^B
"

^~-=t=^=q=q=:=i
-m m-m

-*!5:

wr

1.

Praes-tet

2.

Pro

ce

'8i=q-t:=

des

fi

den

- ti

1.

iiiic

til

da

ti

pie

ab

\i

tro

Pro

Sen

turn.

^3^*

-que,

1.

Son

Ml

Com

par

um
sit

ce

des

fi

deu

da
lau

de

pit

lau

1-

ti

sup

ab

pie

men-tum,
tro-que,

^^

^-1

um

fee

lu

da

ti

1-

-^^m

IC^

i.

o.

m.

'r=t

su

:P=J?:

i-g.^-^j'-EEg-*-^ g-F= gigg=^=b-T}i^


2.

Com -par

h-

-I

-j-^

i:

Prses-tet

o;

I--J-I

%-Z

%=i^^
1^

men

f^=3:

:r--=P:

'^^^2.

sup

4= 4

men.

Hi

BENEDICTION.

5.Tantum

No.

N ^S
-m^^m
H

;^^
1.

Tantum

2-

Ge -

qz:-

to

-P=^

:*=*=izif?:
er

Ergo.

ni

3>

go

Sa

cramentum,

ri,

Ge

ni - to - que.

Ve-ne
Laus et

re

mur

ju

bi

N^:^
srWMf:

i^^irt

liti^:

-[=-

t/

1.

cer-nu

2.

la -

ti -

an

Et

i.

Sa

o,

qiium do

ti

ho

Ins

-I

nor

vir

1.

ce

dat

be

ne

ri
-

cu
tus

quo

:=^f

:S

pp^^^
-

tu

i.

- ti

die

vo
et

Sit

que.

:^

No

men -turn,

-I

:J=it +
2.

Praes-tet

Pro

o,

fii

des

den

ce

ti

sup pleab -u-

:bP9:9J

Ei?^aEEE=^

=^l
-.^1

zi-s-

1.

men

2.

tro

-r

turn,

Sen su

que,

Compar

um

de

sit

lau

fee

tu

1.

da

ti

o.

1,1

/Praestet
Pro-ce-

^fS^::E=f H

1-

:^-=^-:^*

l^i-S=^:Si=;^-i=a

;::^r

-i;:2=^:

32
TANTUM ERGO.

pi
1

P i-

-I

>-^-J^^
-=S~^

^tsl
-I

I'i^Srf:

:^r=i:

^w)

des

1.

fi

2.

deii

sup
ab

ti

1=^
I
-I

CONTINUED.

pie

mentum,

Sen-su

troque,

Corn-par

:^

um de

fee

lau

da

sit

ffF^rff

-p=r^==^3i

1.

Sen

su

um

de

i,

fee

tu

o,

Com

par

sit

lau

da

ti

;^^"S

S>
i^iSe;

-H

S:*=it

^^^iJEFk;i=
um
i,

Sen

su

Com

par

sit

^e^

-I ^ I(-

de

fee

tu

da

ti

-t^<

-<Sf-

-I

:fe

-m^---

=5
-3

Ian

=i--^^

=^

2.

1.

ti-

p^SE?EE2E

-1:2-

2. o,

tu-

1-

(I

.f-_

o.

t?2t:

t-

-=^

S)--ci-

:t:p*-^

i
men.

men,

^:

glr:

^^^-r

:e

Eil

:z2;

-<&-

V. Panem de coelo praestitisti eie. (Alleluia).


R. Onnne delectamentum in se habentem.
(Alleluia).

:E

BENEDICTION.

33

DIVINE PRAISES.
MAESTOSO

C. Elliotp.

St-

-4 # #-h# ^

/Blessed

be God!

-f"-*-^

^
-s-

Blessed be His

^^
-#-^-

^--

^t

-xy~

'cr

Holy Name!

Blessed b^ Jesus Christ


true Oud and true

t5^'

f'^

man

;.

/I

ifcia

llEt

-^'--

:4^
--

^
lEfcS^iEJJEf

>-T-

Name of Je sus,
\ Blesse J be Jesus in the
/ Blessed be the
most Holy Sacrament of the
\ Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart. /

ti

f^

^i

a5

of

P0-

the

/c\

GreatMother

Blessed be

t^

t'

-tar!

al

i^-y

V-

4^-^

God,

i^S

Ma-ry.most

Blessedbe her Holy and Immaculate Con-

Ho-ly!

i'

VA/

11=:^

Sf
Bless -ed

cep-tion;

be-

the

:&=S
3^=y
name

Ma

of

i^^m^^^

^r s
-

I'

Bless

ed

be

God

His

*..

'M-

^g
and Mo - ther;

gin

^ ^

4L

itt

slower

*^^^^

ry

Vir

=r

::^

fi.

9tl

ff

dim.

#.

an

-g

"5

gels,

-P

and

cr
in
i-

His Saints.
-P-

r,

VESPERS.

Adoro Te Devote
Old Hymnal.

Andante religiose.

-^-

t-

:=._^:

-^- -^-Te de - vo
do
ro
God-head hid, de vout
-<S>-

De

lens

la

te,

tas.

Thee

dore

ZtL

7^.'~S>-

-iS'-

:z2:

i=L

:^2Z.

Zl=2~.

Quae sub

Who

tru

his
-

fi

g^u

-=1=:^
ve-re

ris

la

ti-tas;

S2=^I^=^

ES=_i:-"ES5Sa^
Ti bi

se

cor

me To Thee my

ly art with-in the form be-fore

+-

d-

:t=4:

-r^

me

heart

bow

:?:2:

V-S"=:~C2.

:-2i^-Lfz^
h

.g^

"S2z:

-{

:^to-tum sub - ji - cit, Qui


bended knee, As
with

-zJ

V'isus, gustus, tactus, in

Te

12=;^

fallitur,

Sed audita solo tuto creditur.


Credo quidquid dixit Dei Filius
Nil hoc varititis verbc v^rius.

In cruce lat^bat sola D^itas,


hie latet simul et Humknitas

At

credent atque confitens,


Peto quod petivit latro poenitens.
Plagas. sicut Thomas, non intueor,

Deum tamen meum Te confiteor.


Fac me Tibi semper magis credere,
ha*^*''-".

Te

plans to
in

ing quite

con

turn de-fi-cit.

tem-plating

Thee

-^- _--=

^-^-

gi

12=^

memoriale mortis Domini':


Panis vivus, vitam praestans homini!
Prsesta meae menti de Te vivere,
Et Te illi semper du.ce sipere.

diligere.

Me immundum munda Tuo


Cujus una

Totum
Jesu,

Oro,

zl

-r-c?
tern

Pie Pelicane, Jesu Domine,

Ambo tamen

Te spem

Te con
fail -

S^^33J

la

um

slilla

quit

ab

mundum

quem velatum nunc


fiat illud,

sanguine,

salvum facere,

onini

quod tam

scelere.

aspicio

sitio,

Ut, Te reveiata cornons facie,


Visa sim beatus Tua; gloriae.

VESPERS.

35

Jesu Corona Virginum.


Blanchi.

{Feast of Virgins.)

ginum, Quern Ma-ter il - la con - ci - pit,


a,
Sep - tus cho-re - is Vir - gi -num,
Quo-cuni-que ten-dis, Vir gi-nes, Se quun-tur, at-que lau- di bus,
Te de - pre-ca-mur eup-pli-ces, Nos-tris ut ad - das sen -si - bus,
Vir - tus, ho-nor, laus, glo - ri - a,
De - o Pa - tri cum Fi - li - o.

Je - su, CO - ro
Qui per-gis in

1.
2.
3.

0-

na Vir

ter

li

- li -

-0-

1.

Quae

2.

Spon

so - la
sus de

3.

Post

te

ca

4.

Nes

ci -

re

5.

Sane

to

-^

Vir - go
par - tu-rit. Haec vo - ta
de - CO - rus glo-ri-a, Spon-sis - que
ca - nan tes cur-si-tant, Hym-nos-que
om - ni - a Cor - rup - ti pror - sus, pror - sus
si
mul, si - mul Pa - ra - cli - to, In sse - cu
Vir - go
CO - rus,
nan - tes,

-^

-S*

G>-

a^^.<z
Solo.

^-_L_x^_:_#__C,

[Z

1.
2.

red

3.

dul

4.

5-

lo

mens

cle

ci

pe.

dens

pr^e

ces

per

so

nant.

nis

vul

ra.

rum

sse

ne
cu

ac

mi

a.

Cor

Je-su

Je-su,

- la.

:p:

Duo.

mi
-a.

K
- f-e -

'

re-re

-^

"I

'

'

'

'

VESPERS.

36

JESU CORONA VIRCINUM-CoNTrNUEO.

J^

Specie tua et pulchritudine tua

Intende, prospere procede, et reg-na

SECOND VESPERS.
(FOR AN APOSTLE.)

Psalms Same

as First ]'espers, page

1.

Exultet Orbis.

ExuLTET

orbis gaudiis

Qui templa cceli clauditis,


Serasque verbo solvitis,

Ccelum resultet laudibus


Apostolorum gloriam

Ut, cum redibit Arbiter


In fine Christus s.Teculi,

Nos a reatu noxios


Nos sempiterni gaudii
Concedat esse compotes.
Tellus et astra concinunt. Solvi jubete, quajsumus.
Vos saeculoriim judices
Prfeceptor quorum protinus Patri, simulque Filio,
Et vera mundi lumina,
Lang-uor, salusque sentiunt, Tibique, sancte Spiritus,
Sanate
mentes laug^uidas
Sicut fuit, sit iugiter
\'otis precamur cordium
;

Audite voces supplicum.

Augete nos virtutibus

Sseclum per omne gloria.

Amen.
V. In omnem terram exivit sonus eorum.
R. Et in fines orbis terrae verba eorum.

V. Annuntia'verunt opera Dei.


R. Et facta ejus intellexerunt.

Tristes Erant.
{Fur

J'at^cl(al

time.)

Ut sis perenne mentibus


Ad anxios Apostolos
Tristes erant Apostoli
De Christi acerbo funere, Currunt statim dum nuntiae, Paschale, Jesu, gaudinm,
A morte dira criminum
Quern morte crudelissima Ilipe micantis obvia
Servi necarant impii.

Christi tenent vestigia.

Sermone verax Angelus

Galia^fe ad alta

montium

Se conferunt Apostoli,
Mulieribus praedixerat
Mox ore Christus gaudium Jesuque, voti compotes
Almo beantur lumine.
Gregi feret fidelium.
:

{From
Jesu,

tibi sit gloria,


in coelum

Qui victor

V. Sancti et justi
Alleluia.

in

\'iiae

renatos libera

Deo

patri sit gloria,


Et Filio qui a mortuis
Surrexit, ac Paraclito,
In sempiterna sa^cula.

Amen.

Ascensio7i to Pentecost)

Cum

redis,

Domino gaudete,

Patre et almo Spiritu,


In sempiterna sa*cula.
Amen.
R, Vos elegit Deus in heredilatem
sibi. Alleluia.

37

VESPERS.

THIRD VESPERS.
PsALMS-D/.rii Dowlnus, page

(FOR AN APOSTLK. )

Psalms

CREDIDI.

Chant

tribu

- it

mi

8 Vota mea.

hi ?

2.

filius an-cil Ise tu-se


ego servus tuus et
* tibi
7 Diripuisti vincula me a
nomen
sacrificabo hostiam laudis, et
Domini in - vo -ca - bo.

re

Page

sanc-to rum e -jus.


Bpectu Domini mora
6 O Domine quia ego-servue tu ub :*

cutus/^REDIDI, propter-quod lo
- tus
sum * ego autem humilia
- is.
nim
sum
* Om2 Ego dixi in ex ceesu me-o
nis ho - mo men - dax,
3 Quid re - tribuam Do mino, * pro

omnibus quae

3.

cxv.

as for Confitebor,
-

Landate Pueri, page

1 ;

Domino reddam

e
conspectu omnis-populi

Cahcem salu - taris ac - ci-piam,


*et nomen Domini invocabo.
5 Vota mea Domino reddam coram
*
pretiosa in conomni - populo e -jus

domus Domini,

atriis

- ru ealem.
Gloria Patri, etc

in

jus

in

medio tm,

Je

Chant

Psalm

CONVERTENDO.

IN

cxxv.

as for Beautus Vir, Pages 2

and

3.
-

ta

sumus sicut con

convertendo Dominus captivi

IN tern
so

la

Si

on, *facti

5 Converte, Domine, captivi ta tern


nos - tram * sicut tor - reus in Aus-tro.
*
6 Qui seminant - in la cry mis,
in exultati - o ne me - tent.
* mitten7 Euntes-ibant et fle-bant,
- a
tes se - mi-na - su

- ti.

2 Tunc repletum est gau dio os nos- ta - tione.


*
trum, et lingua nostra exul
3 Tunc dicent inter gen tes *Mag:

nificavit

Dominus

fa

ce

re

cum

4 Magnificavit Dominus fa ce
no-biscum :* facti - sumus Ise tan
-

8 Venientes autem venient cum ex


ul - ta - tione, *portantes mani pu los
Gloria Patri, etc.
su-os.

eie.
-

re

tes.

Psalm

DOMINE PROBASTI.
probasti me, et cognovisti
tu cognovisti sessionem

me

meam et resurrectionem meam.


2 Intellexisti cogitationes meas de
et funiculum
longe

meum

3 Et omnes viae meas prsevidisti


mea.
*quia non est sermo in lingua
4 Ecce, Domine, tu cognovisti omnia
;

*tu formasti
'lovissima et antiqua
tuam.
me, et posuisti super me manum
5 Mirabilis facta est ecientia tua ex
ine ; * confortata est, et non potero ad
;

eam.
* et
quo a
6 Quo ibo a spiritu tuo?
facie tua fugiam.
7 Si ascendero in ccelum, tu illic es
.*8i

*et tenebit

manus tua deducet

me

*semitam_meam

investigasti.

illuc

dextera tua.
Forsitan tenebrse con10 Et dixi
* et nox illumin^tio
culcabunt me,
mea in deliciis meis.

*
DOMINE,
me
;

cxxxviil.

Etenim

descendero in infernum, adee,

8 Si sumpsero pennasmeasdiluculo;
et habitavero in extremis maris.

11 Quia tenebrfe non obecurabuntur


illuminabitur
ate, et nox sicut dies
* sicut tenebrse ejus, ita et lumen ejus.
:

12 Quia tu possedisti renes meos


me de utero matris mew.

*6uscepisti

13 Confitebor tibi, quia terribiliter


tua
magnificatus ee *mirabilia opera
et anima mea cognoscit nimis.
14 Non est occultatum os meum a te,
*et substantia
fecisti in occulto
:

quod

mea in

inferioribus terrse.

meum

viderunt
15 Imperfectum
occuli et in libro tuo omnes scribentur :
* dies formabuntur, et nemo in eis.

VESPERS

38

DOMINE PROBASTI Continued.


16 Mihi autem nimis honorificxiti suntainici
Deue * niinis confortatus est

ient in vanitate civitates tuae.

prineij)atns eoruin.
17 Dimiinerabo eos, et super arenain
*
inultiplicabuntur
exsurrexi, et adhuc

am?

tui,

oderunt
Nonnequi
*

20

te,

Domine, oder

et sujterininiinistuostabescebain'.'
* et
21 Perfecto odio oderara illos
:

inimici facti sunt niihi.

22 Proba me, Deus, et scito cor meum


*interroga me, et cognosce eemitas meas.
23 Et vide si via iniquitatis in me est *
et tleduc me in via aitern^.

sum tecum.

18 Si occideris, Deus, peccatores * viri


eanguinum declinate a me
19 Quia dicitis in cogitatione *Accip:

FOURTH VESPERS.
Venpem of B.
Dixit Dominus, page
(

mihi

* in

M. and

1.

SUM.

L/ETATUS

STATUS Bum

V.

in his qua- dicta sunt

domum Domini

ibimus.

2 Stantes erant pedes nostri * in atriis


tuis, Jerusalem.
3 Jerusalem, qune ?edificatur ut civitas
cujus participatio ejus in idipsum.
4 Illuc enim ascenderunt tribus, tribus
* testimonium Israel ad confitenDomini,
:

dum

nomini Domini.

5 Quia

Dominus

do-mum, *

jpdifi-ca-verit

vanum. laboraverunt qui di-fi-

cant e-am.
2 Kisi Dominus custodierit ci - vi - ta * frustra
- dit
tem,
vigilat qui custo
e - am.
3 Vanum est vobis ante lu - cem sur *
gere
surgite postquam sederitis, qui
:

manducatis pa

Jeru

nem do

2
-

Psalm

Si

um,

3 Qui posuit fines tu

on.

os

pa

cem,

* et

adipe frumenti sa tiat te.


4 Qui eniittit eloquium
volociter currit ser
sicut

nivem
-

et

proximos

etc.

Gxxvi.

Cum
num *
4

3.

dederit dilectis suis ecce hsereditas Domini,

som

filii

- tus ven - tris.


5 Sicut sagitUe in ma-nu po - ten - tis,*
ita filii ex - cus - so-rum.
6 Beatus vir qui implevit desiderium
su-uni ex ip - sis * non confundetur cum
loquetur inimicis eu - is in por - ta.

merces, fruc

Gloria Patri,

Quoniam confortavit seras porta-rum


*
um, benedixit filiis tu - is in te.

5 Qui dat

meos

tibi.

Pages 2 and

Vir,

eel

sas

- ti -

etc.

mo

suum
-

si-cut la

cinerem epar

ter-rse *

jus.
-

nam
git.

* ne-

las

si - cut hue * ante faciem


frigoris ejus quis

ne - bit ?
Emittet verbum suum, et liqucfa-ciet

ar

bulam

bona

Gloria Patri,

- ris.

lo

fratres

LAUDA JERUSALEM.
Psalm Gxlvii.
Chant as for Laudate Dominum, Page 5.
*
6 Mittit crvstallum suam
salem, Domi - num

lauda Deum tu
LAUDA
tu

S.

*loquebar pacem de te.


9 Propter domum Domini Dei nostri, *

DOMINUS.

Ch.\nt as for Beatus

NISIin

8 Propter

meos

quaesivi

NISI

Psalm cxxi.
* sedes
super domum David
6 Rogate quje ad pacem sunt Jerusalem,
'*et abundantia diligentibus te.
7 Fiat pax in virtute tua, *et abundantia
in turribus tuis.

sederunt sedes in judicio

illic

of Virgins.

Laudate pneri, page

* flabit

epiritu.'; ejus,

et

Hu

ent

(jupp.

Qui annuntiat verbum eu - um Jacob * justitias et judicia su - a I - srael.


i) Xon fecit taliter omni na - ti - o ni,*
et judicia sua non manifesta - vit - e is.
Gloria Patri, etc
8

VESPERS.

39

AVE, MARIS STELLA.~No.


Moderato.

e
A

ma

ve,

1.

s
stel

ris

Sf

Zcy

'^^^

De

la.

-t

1-^1

Vir

tt=&
Sumens

illud

-C=2-

go,

Fe

!i2_

-iS>-

-t
-iS-

coe

lix

-ts-

^?2_

por

li

ta,

"SI
-<S>-

Monstra

Ave

te esse

Vitam praesta puram,

matrem;

Sumat per

te preces,
Qui pro nobis natus,
Tulit esse tuus.

Gabrielis ore,

Funda nos in pace


Mutans Evas nomen.
Solve vincla reis,
Profer lumen csecis;
Mala nostra pelle,
Bona cuncta posce.

Iter para tutum,

Ut videntes Jesum,
Semper collaetemur.
Sit laus Deo Patri.

Virgo singularis,
Inter

omnes

Sum mo

mitis,

Christo decus,

Spiritui Sancto,

Nos

culpis solutos,
Mites fac et castos.

Tribus honor unus.

Amen.

No.
^

AVE
2
^^

MARIS STELLA

Ma

ter

m^^m
At-que sem

per

Vir

^^
'^
=r=M

go.

Fe-lix coe
-

li

r-r-f--*--

al

ma,

IC^

por

2^

VESPERS
AVE, MARIS STELLA-ConTinued.

At

que sem-per Vir

gi},

Fi'

lix

c'H' - li

por

ta

^^iil
Gloriosa Virginum
Andante.

(air Jesu

DuLCis Memoria.)

n^

^.^^1=^.
par

vu

- lun..

Lac

ten

i^irz::

--gte

nu

tris

e^

be

re.

4-

-+-r

-p-

-z!_

321
(

Quod Heva tristis abstulit


Tu reddis almogfermine

Tu

Intrent ut astra flebiles.


Cceli recludis cardines.

Jesu,

Regfis alti janua,


Et aula luci. fulgida;
Vitani datam per Virg-inem,
Gentes redemptae, plaudite.
tibi sit gfloria

Qui natus es de Virgine,


Cum Patre, ct almo Spiritu,
In sempiterna saecpJa. Ameq.

VESPERS

41

Ave Maria.
Duo.

Andante.

C.

^=f^

=^j^ia^=i^
ve

Ma

ri

WONDELL.

53r

-^-^in

ven

tris,

mu-li

fruc

..

tus ven

- ri -

tris tu

bus et be-ne

Je

- -

die

sus,

r:^-

W:^:

?2=

tus fruc

Sane

tus

ta

Ma-

-^
^-

Ji^

1^-^

:^-5=

S=*f^=tS=5
ri

j=r-^:

Ma

SI-=-

ter

De

=:-ii-

- -

ra

pro

no

bis,

THE MOST BLESSKD

42

AVE MARIA.

ca

pec

?3-ii^:

to

ri -

1^^^^: O

nos

ho

in

-^

F:ir--=rf^

no

ra pro

trse.

in

ra,

ho

ra mortis

TTywwr:

^^

'^

et

"5^^

^-V^

Concluded.

nunc

bus,

VIRGIN.

bis,

pro no-bis pec

ca

:5-^
P5

:^:

:#^z==iv
alizziizi^^
H

to

ri

1-

bus,

nunc

-^-

mB,

et

in

ho

ho

in

ra,

-!
'-m-^
F

ra

mor-tis

:^

T^

=^-

'^-

i|i^l^-^i&r5i=i^^^
nos-trae,

A---

- -

Nunc

men.

p:^

-^

ho-ra mor-tis nos-trjE,

p-

et

in

ho

is-t-t^=-fz
men,

men,

=1-

fliii
-^-

:=|:s.-t,

2^

-^

2^

in

ra,

^- -^

men

HI

VESPERS.

43

THE ANGELUS.
Tenor Solo.

AlUgro,

-Jf

u
An

-0

Do

ge-lus.

mi-ni

an-nun

*-*-*
^

*-

--H-# #-1^
-0-

- ti

Ma-ri

vit

ae,

--

-#-

^---^

-^

'feii=i#li#J3

et con-

Cq.^ -H# 3

1-00
-jp|-

-j/-

^-^

SopRAKo Solo,

:fJf zitziz:
-

ce

8:

de spi

pit,

0-g

S-if.

i^i^

Hi? (S-

-"=g^
-t

1-

\_5"f/#"

^s

-#

I*'

i>-

---

-^

-P

'-^


''I

a,

gra

ti

pie

k-f-

na

"^^

Do

^^S -^0^000':^^j# -tf^;

Ma

n'

=^-

-'

ri

ve

8:

-o^

1-

to,

^^-,

^^^ ^^^^

-S

tu sane

ri -

'-

^5"
mi-nus

VESPERS.

44

The Angelus Continued,

'Mm^^^mmm
cum

te

bene-dic

tu in muli

ta

=:ii::^ri_

t~
-

bus

ri

f22:

4 -4 -4

P * P

^j^^P-=#=P=

^E

m^^^mmbe-ne-dic-tus

et

fruc-tus ventris

tu

t
Je

1
sus.

^EziifiS^

i^:^i^|=^S=S'^fe^^
Chorus.

m^m.

^"-^-BhSane

Ma

ta

a,

i-t-

m^^m^^umim^^^^^M
pp

Sancta

Ma

ri

ma-ter

De

i,

ra

pro-

^:^mFmm^mm^^mmn
pp

Sancta

Ma

ri -

ma-ter

De

i,

ra

pro-

'^^^^=1e^^^=^^:^^^M
pp

Sancta

Ma

ri

mater

De

i,

r a pro.

^ig=E=Epii=r^=li^=LiEf':
:s:

'^^^

VESPERS.
The Angelus Continued.

45
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47

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VESPERS

48

Sine Labe Concepta.

Maria,
Andante
lit time Solo

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Chorus.

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VESPERS.

49

MARIA, SINE LABE CONCEPTA.

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1^:

Virili

Pectore.

Virgins nor Martyrs.)

Chants Pages 6 and 7.


Fortem virili pectore
Laudemus omnes feminam,

Orationis nntriens,
Coeli potitur gaudiis.

QuEe sanctitatis gloria


Ubique fulget inclyta,

Rex

Christe, virtus fortium,

Qui mag-na solus efficis.


Hujus precatu qusesumus,
Audi benignus supplices.

Haec sancto amore saucia,


mundi amorem noxium
Horrescit, ad coelestia
Iter peregit arduum.

Dum

Deo

Patri

Ejusque

Cum

Carnem domans jejuniis,


Dulcique mentem pabulo
15?

a!

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Fortem

Ma-ri

Spiritu ParaclitOy

Nunc,

Diffusa est gratia in labiis tuis,

157

sit gfloria,
soli Filio,

et

per

omne saeculum. Amen.

Propterea benedixit te Deus

aeternum.
ffO&

THE FOLLOWING FEASTS OF THE B. V. M., ETC., ARE TAKEN FROM


FOURTH VESPERS PAGE 38.
{The Espousals,

January 23rd.)

Desponsatio est hodie sanctse Mari^ Virginis


B? Cujus vita inclyta cunctas illustrat Ecc'esias

is

50

VESPERS.
{Purijication, Feb. ^nd).

V. Responsum accepit Simeon a Spiritu Sancto.


R. Nonvisurum se mortem, nisi videret Christum Domini.

March

{Annunciatio7i,

{Tlie

25th).

R. Dominus tecum.

V. Ave, Maria, gratia plena.

Most Pure Heart, 3rd Sunday after Pentecost).


R. Cum dilatasti cor meum.

V. Viam mandatorum lucrum cucurri.

(Assumption, August 15lh).

V. Exaltataest sancta Dei Genitrix.


R. Super chores Angelorum ad coelestia regna.
(Nativity, Sept. 8th).

V. Nativitas est hodie sanctSB Mariae virginis.


R. Cujus vita inclyta cunctas illustrat Ecclesias.
(Seven Dolors, 3rd

Sunday of Sept).

QUOT UNDIS.

m
O

Quot un - dis lac


mi
su - a - ve,
-ti es - que mil
ob
4 Ei a, Mat - er,
1

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3 Cen
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la

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ti

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sum

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te

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vul- ne - ra;
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Semp - i - ter - na glo-ri-a
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is

VESPERS.

51

O QUOT UNDIS-CONTINUED.

W^m
Cer
Et

Sic

Hunc

nit

rub que
tu

Et per

ban-tem Vir - go Ma - ter Fi - li - um.


-re plan-tas iEg - ra tin - git lac - ry - mis.
- li lis.
ques - cit In do lo - ris os - cu
cor-dis do- lo - rem, Con-de nos - tris cor - di-bus.
nis laus ho - nor-que Hoc et om - ni Sasc-u-lo.
Amen.

ul - nis in
ras cru-o
to - ta col

en

cu

V. Regina martyrum, ora pro nobis.

{The Most Holy

Ij.

liosary, 1st

Quae juxta crucem Jesu

'

in mulieribus.

i/^

beatse

Cum

October.)

Et benedictus fructus ventris

Ij

{The Purity, 3rd

constitisti.

Sunday of October).

{The Maternity, 2nd Sunday of

^. Bendicta tu

tui.

Sunday of October).

Virginitatem
jucunditate
Marine sempeir virginis celebre-

Ut ipsa pro nobis intercedat ad

I^

Dominum Jesum

Christum.

mus.

PR/ECLARA GUSTOS VIRGINUM.


Chants Pages

and

7.

Pr^clara

Tuere nos a fraudibus,

custos Virginum,
Intacta Mater Numinis,

Tuaque

Coeiestis aulae janua,


Spcs nostra, coeli gaudium.

luce dirige.

Erroris umbras discute,


Syrtes dolosas amove,
Fluctus tot inter deviis.
Tutam reclude semitam.

Inter rubeta lilium,


Columba formosissima,
Virga e radice germinans

Jesu, tibi

Nostro medelam vulneri.

sit gloria,

es de Virgine,
Patre, et almo Spiritu,

Qui natus

Cum

Turris draconi impervia,


Arnica Stella naufragis,

In sempiterna saecula.

Amen

{Immaculate Conception, 8th of December.)

Hymnus Prceclara

f ImmacuTata conceptio
Sanctee Mariae Virginis.
(

est

hodie

I^

custos.

Qua? serpentis caput virgineo pede

contrivit.

The Patronage, 2nd Sunday of November.)

VESPERS.

52

FIFTH VESPERS*
(for martyrs.)

Psalms Same

First Vespers,

TUORUM MILITUM.

DEUS,
Chants Pages 6 and

a-<

7.

Deus, tuorum militum

Fundensque pro te sanguinem,


Sterna dona possidet.

Sors et corona, prasmium,


Laudes canentes Martyris
Absolve nexu criminis.

Ob

hoc precatu supplici

Te poscimus,

piissime
In hoc triumpho Martyris

Hie nempe mundi gaudia.


Et blanda fraudum pabula,
Imbuta felle deputans,
Pervenit ad coelestia.

Dimitte noxam servulis.

Laus
Patri

Poenas cucurrit

Et

Gloria et horore coronasti


constituisti

manuum

tuarum.

eum

et perennis gloria
sit, atque Filio,

Sancto simul Paraclito,


In sempiterna ssecula.

fortiter,

sustulit viriliter,

Domine.
I? Et

super

f
^

eum,

Amen.

Justus ut palma florebit.


Sicut cedrus Libani multiplicabi

tur.

opera

SANCTORUM

MERITIS.

{For several Martyrs.)

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VESPERS.

53

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Hi sunt quos

Hunc

tui

nominis

Contempsere
Rex bone Coelitum

atque minas truces


Calcarunt hominum, saevaque verbea"a
His cessit lacerans fortiter ungula,
Nectarpsit penetralia.

Caeduntur gladiis more bidentium


Non murmur resonat, non querimonia
in

men.

asseclas,

te furias

V. Laetamini

Sed corde impavido mens bene conscin


Conservat patientiam.

Jesu,

Hi pro

im-

Domino,

et exultate,

justi

R. Et gloriamini, omnes

Quae vox, quae poterit lingua retexere


Quae tu Martyribus mujiera praeparas
Rubri nam fluido sanguine fulgidis
Cingunt tempora laureis.
Te,

summa O

Deltas, unaque, poscimu?

Ut culpas abigas, noxia subtrahas,


Des pacem famulis, ut tibi gloriam
Annorum in seriem canant. Amen.
V. Extultabunt Sancti in gloria.
R. Laetabuntur in cubilibus suis.

recti corde.

SIXTH VESPERS
(For martyrs.)

Psalms f*t<ryfrf/o7<r

ee

Vh&t

Vespeiv, pcuje

I; Fifth, Credidi, page

HvttNVS"Sanctorum MerUvt, page

52.

y,

VESPERS.

54

SEVENTH VESPERS.
(for confessors, etc.)

Psalms Same

as First Vespers,

iSTE CONFESSOR.-No.

Is

Pppp^-iUlf

Con

te

1.

M
1=4E--^

fes

Do

sor

mi

ni,

co

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su

pre

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Scan

Lau

rtJiiai&tti
Qui plus, prudens, humilis, pudicus,
Sobriam duxit sine labe vitam,

Donee humanos animavit

auraa

Spiritus artus.

Cujus ob praastans meritum frequenter


itgra quae passim jacuere, membra,
Viribus morbi, domitis, saluti
Restituuntur.

f Amaviteum Pominus
.

et

omaviteum.

de

dis

re

se

des.

ho

no

res.

gf^ii

Noster hinc illi chorus obsequentem


Concinit laudem, celebresque palmas;
Ut piis ejus precibus juvemur
Omne per asvum.
Sit Salus ilh, decus, atque virtus,
Qui, super cceli solio coruscans,
Totiusmundi seriem gubernat
Trinus et unus. Amen.

B- Stolam

glorise induit

eum.

VESPERS.

55

ISTE CONFESSOR.-N0.

2.

EIGHTH VESPERS.
For Confessors,

etc.

Psalms For first four, see First Vespers, page

MEMENTO DOMINE.

1.

Last Psalm, cxxxi.

Chant as for Laudate Dominum Page

Do

mine,

Da

vid,

omnis mansue tu-dinis e-jus,


MEMENTO,
*
votum
2 Sicut jura- vit Do - mino
vovit De - o Ja cob
et

3 Siintroierointabernaculum,do-mus
* si ascendero in lectum stra - ti
- ge

me
me -

i :

4 Si dedero somnum o culis me is,


* et
palpebris meis dormi ta ti o nem.
5 Et requiem temporibus meis, donee
* taberDo -

inveniam

lo

cum

naculum De - o Ja - cob

mino,

6 Ecce audivimuseam in-

invenimus eam

in

camp

Eph -ra-ta:

is sil

vae.

7 Introibimusiji taberna-culume-jus:*
adorabimusinloco, ubi steterunt pe-des

e-jus.
8 Surge, Domine, in re-quiemtu-am, *
tu et area sanctifica - tio - nis tu - ae.
9 Sacerdotes tui induantur jus-ti* et
sancti tui - ex - ul - tent.
tiam,
10 Propter David ser - vum tu - um, *
non avertas faciem Cliris - ti tu - i.
David veritateui,
JI
Juravit Doroinus

VESPERS.

56

non frustra - bitur e - am * De fructu


ventris tui-ponam super se - clem tu am.
12 Si custodieriot filii tui testamentumme-um, * et testimonia mea hacc
quao doce - bo e - os :
13 Et filii eorum usque- insa3-cu-lum,*
sedebunt super se - dem tu - am.
et

'

Quoniam elegit Do-minus Si-on,


elegit earn in habitatio nem si bi,
15 tiaec requies mea in see culum sao
culi
hie habitabo, quoniam ele gi
e-am.
14

y Justum

Dominus per

deduxit

Viduam ejusbenedicens be-ne


*

lO

cam

pauperes ejus satura

bo pa

-di
-

ni-

bus.
ri,

ta

17 Sacerdotesejus induam sa - lu- ta


*
et sancti ejus exultatione e-xul- bunt.
18 lllucproducamcor-

nu Dav - id

*
:

paravi lucernam Chris to me o.


19 Inimicos ejus induam confu-si-one * super ipsum autem efBorebit sanetifica - ti - o me - a.
Gloria Patri, etc.
-

vias

Ij

Et Ostendit

illi

regnum Dei.

rectas.

HymnusZs<e

Confessor,

page S4

SPECIAL VESPERS.
Psalms

Dixit Dominus, page

1; ConfUhortihi,page2

DE PROFUNDIS.

Beatu3vir,page2

Psalm

cxjix.*
Chant as for Laudate Pueri, pace 3.
profundis
*

DE mine
cem me am,
:

clamavi

Domine,

ad

Do-

te,

vo

exaudi

2 Fiant aures tuae


in

intenden

tes

vocem deprecatio-nis me-sB.


3 Si

iniquitates

observaveris,

Do

*
mine,
Domine, quis sus - ti -ne- bit ?
*
4 Quia apud te propitiatio est,
Et propter legem tuam susti nu - i te,
Do- mine.
/

verbo
in
5 Sustinuit anima mea
*
Speravit anima me -a in Do'
mino.
6 A custodia matutina usque ad noc*
lem,
speret Isra-el in Do- mino.
7 Quia apud Dominum misericor*
et copicsa apud e um redia,

e-jus:

demp

tio.

8 Et ipse redimet Is - rael


bus iniquita- ti- bus e-jus.
Gloria Patri, etc.

Memento Domine David, page 5

ex oranf.

JESU REDEMPTOR OMNIUM.


Chants Paces
Jesu, Redemptor omnium.
Quern lucis ante originem

Parem

paternoa glorisB

and

7.

Memento, rerum Conditor,


Nostri quod'olim corporis,
Sacrata ab alvo Virginia

Pater supremus edidit.

Nascendo, formam sumpseris.

Tu lumen

Testatur hoc prsesens dies


Currens per anni circulum.

Tu

et splendor Patris,

spes perennis omnium.


Intende quas fimdunt preces

Tui per orbem

servuli.

Quod solus e sinu Patris


Mundi salus ad veneris.

VESPERS.
Hunc astra, (ellus, sequora,
Hunfc omne quod coelo subesl.
Salutis

Auctorem nov
Jesu, tibi

Novasalutatcantico.

Et DOS beata quos sacri


Rigavit unda Sanguinis,

CrastinadiedelebituriniquitasterrsB.

B Etregnabit super nossalvatormundi.

Psalms
Chants Pages

Same as First Vespers, page

Qui regna dat

Deum

Peccata, quae non detulit,

Nos abluendo

genus potentiffl !
Aquae rubescunt hydriae,

Lumen requirunt lumine


Deum fatentur munere.

Vinumque jussa fundere,


Mutavit unda originem.

.,..,.

Jesu, tibi sit gloria,


Qui apparuisti gentibus,
Cum Patre et almo Sptritu,

gurgitis,

Agnus

Reges Tharsis

In sempitemS.ssecula.

attigit,

et

sustulit.

Novum

coelestia,

Ibant Magi, quam viderant


Stellam sequentes praeviam :

Lavacra puri

7.

Regem venire quid times?


Non eripit mortalia

Coelestis

sit gloria.

Qui natus es de virginc


Cum Patre et almo Spiritu
-In sempiterna saecula. Amen.
V Notum fecit Dominus. Alleluia
S Sulutare suum. Alleluia.

CRUDELIS HERODES, DEUM.

and

Crudelis Herodes,

57
Natalis ob diem tuf,
Hymni tributum solvimus.

munera

insulaa

Amen.

R Reges Arabum et Saba dona addu


cent.

afferent

{Second Sunday after Epiphany.)

Psalms For

Jirst four, see First Vespers,

page

; last

Psalm, Credidi, page

gjff

JESU DULCIS MEMORIA.


Chants Pages

6 ani^

7.

Quam

Nil canitur suavlus,


Nil auditur jucundius.
Nil cogitatur dalcius,

Expertus potest credere

Quam Jesus Dei

Sit

Nee lingua valet dicere.


Nee littera exprimere :
Quid

Nomen Domini
4

Jesum

diligere.

Sit nostra in te gloria,

Per cuncta semper ssecula,

benedictura.

I^

Ex hoc nunc ei usque ia

Alleluia.

Alleluia.

sit

Sis, Jesu. nostrum gaudmm.


Qui es futurus prsemium

Filius.

Jesu, spes poenitentibus.


Quam pius es petentibus

bonus te queerentibus I
Sed quid invenientibus ?

dulcis memoria,iESTj
)ans vera cordis gaudia:
Sed supet me'i et omnia
Ejus dulcis prsesentia.

Amen

sfficulum

VESPERS.

58

3Fpaal of tip l^nitr iFamtlg.


{Third Sunday after Epiphany.)

Same as Fourth

Psalms

Vespers.

LUX BEATA.

O Lux beata Coclitum,


Kt summa spes inortalium,
Jepii, O cui ilumestica
Arri(?it

Audite nos qui supplices


Vestras ad aras sistimus.

Dum sol redux ad

orto caritas.

Ex

Fovere Jesuni pectore.


Cum lacte donans oscula.

vestra sedes floruit


Virtutis omnia gratia,
Hanc detur in domesticis

vetustis patribus
Delecte custos Virginis,
Dulci patris quern nomine

Referre posse moribus.


Jesu, tibi sit gloria,
Qui natus es de Virgine,
Cum Patre, et almo Spiritu,

Divina proles invocat.

De stirpe Jesse Nobili


Nati in salutem gentium,

Verbum

caro factum

R. Et habitavit in nobis.

corde vota fundimus.

Qua

Tuque ex

V.

vepi)erum

Rebus nitorem detrahit,


Kos hie manentes intimo

Maria, dives gratia,


O sola quie casto potea

In sempiterna
est.

V.

Alleluia.

Amen.

filios

R. Et multitudinem pacis

Same as First

FsAiMS Same as
SALUTis

siecula.

universos

tuos doctot

a Domino.

Allelulia.

PsALSis

Ponam

filiis tuis.

Vespers.

First Vespers.

mmu.

Salutis humanse Sator,


Jesu, voluptas cordium,
Orbis redempti Conditor
Et casta lux amantium

Victor triumpho nobili

Qua

Tuique vultus compotes

Tu dux ad

victus es dementia,
Ut nostra ferres crimina.
Mortem subires innocens,
morte nos ut tolleres
!

Perrumpis infernum chaos.


Vinctis catenas detrahis

V. Ascendit Deus in jubilatione. Alleluia.


R. Et Dominus in voce tubae. Alleluia.

Ad dexteram

Patris sedes.

Te cogat indulgentia,
Ut damna nostra sarcias,
Dites beato lumine.
astra, et semita,
Sis meta nostris cordibus.
Sis laerymarum gaudium,
Sis dulce vite praemium. Amen.

Y. Dominus in coelo. Alleluia.


R. Paravit sedem suam.
Alleluia.

VESPERS.

^U

^cttvotxaae of
{

59

$o&epU*

Third Su7iday after Easter.)

Psalms

Same as First

f Sub umbra iiiius quern desideraveram

sedi.

Ij

Alleluia

page

Vespers,

Hymnus Te Joseph, page

1.

62.

Et FnirkMsejusdulcisgutturi meo

Alleluia.

Psalms

Same as First Vespers, page

1.

VENI, CREATOR.
GREGORIAN.

s:
V

tJ

Ve

ni,

Cre

p-f=p
a

tor

ri -

Spi

tus,

^$=,

-mm$

-f^-v^r-

Men

tes

rum

tu

si

ta,

S-'
(S-

^ -r^^^i^

EI-S^S

Im

^-

pie

rz^=:z:g-

su

r-

EEEEE^
'F~'V~T
na

-m^^i

i^^lr

per

3=i=[
'P"
ti

VESPERS.

60

VENI, creator-Continued.

^m^^^^m^.
F~r"r'
r-r
Qiiro

ere

tu

as

pec

ti

^gr^

to

ra.

^-^-1

-"

diceris Paraclitus,
Altissimi donum Dei,
Fens vivus, ignis, charitas,
Et spiritalis unctio.

Hostem repellas longius,


Pacemque dones protinus

Tu

Per

Tu

Noscamus atque Filium,


Teque utriusque Spiritum
Credamus omni tempore.

Qui

septiformis munere.
Digitus paternae dexterse,
rite promissum Patris,
Sermone ditans guttura.

Accende lumen sensibus,

Deo

Infunde amorem cordibus,


Infirma nostri corporis
Virtute firmans perpeti.

Et

te

sciamus da Patrera,

Patri

sit gloria,

qui a mortuis
Surrexit, ac Paraclito,
In saeculorum saecula. Amen.

V. Repleti sunt omnes Spiritu Sancta

Filio,

V. Loquebantur variis Unguis AtxJS


toli.

Alleluia.

R. t coeperunt loqui.

Ductore sic te prsevio,


Vitemus omne noxium

Alleluia.

R. Magnalia Dei.

Alleluia.

Alleluia.

OREMUS
Tor other occasions,

Psalms

Same as First

see page 384

Vespers,

page

JAM SOL RECEDIT IGNEUS.


Chants Pages 6 and

Jam

^.

Digneris, ut te supplices

sol recedit igneus:

Laudemus

Tu, lux perennis, Unitas,

inter Coelites.

Nostris, beata Trinitas.

Infunde amorem cordibus.

Patri, simulque Filio,


Tibique Sancte Spiritus,

Te mane laudum carmine


Te deprecamur vespere

Sicut

V. Benedicamus Patrem
Sancto Spiritu.

et

Filium

cum

R.

Laudemus

in saecula.

et

fuit, sit jugiter,

Sseculum per omne gloria. Amen.

superexaitemus

eum

V. Benedictus

es

Domine

mento coeli.
R. Et laudabilis et gloriosus

in

firma-

in seocula

VESPERS

(Corpus
Psalms

Dixit

<ttt)risti.

Dominus, page j ; Confitebor, page 2: Credidi,

Beati
Chant

REATI
*qui

6i

omnes, qui timent

Omnes,

Psalm

cxxvii.

as for Laudate Pueri, Page

Do - minum,

23.

5 Ecce sic benedicetur ho

met Do

mo,

qu

minum.

ambulant in vi - is e -jus.
2 Labores manuum tuarum quia mandu - ca bis * beatus as, et be - ne ti - bi

6 Benedicat tibi Dominus ex Si - on


et videas bona Jerusalem omnibus die

e-rit.

bus

ti -

3 Uxortua sicut vitis a - bun-dans,


do- mus tu - se.
4 Filii tui sicut novellae oli - va - rum,'

in circuitu

mens

- se

tu

in lateribus

vi - tae tu

- se.

Et Videas filios filiorumtu-o- rum,*

- er Is - ra
Gloria Patri, etc.

pacem sup

- el.

- se.

Lauda yerusalem.

Range

EE^S=2
Pan

gS

ge,

-<s-

te
*^
- gful

(Sr

:i3

=i:
-

lin

gua.

glo

(S>-

^= -^^-B

nis

-fS"-

que

pre
.42

- ti

Sl

ri

-1^
t=t

:?=:

:^:

ftsp
as -s>
-^1

-1^-

-o-

San

Lingua.

?=g

:?2=

iiii

VESPERS

62

PANCE LINCUA-CONTINUEO.

s^^=^^-=3.^
-St-

pre

^^

-<S'-

um

ti

Fruc

tus

-<s-

9-

iiUlSiil

^^""^^

tS'

^
^^
gz

Rex

SI,

:^:

i=:2
1^

ef

fu

:^F

^1

dit

gen

--^

ti

11

-H

-+-

Et

Sola fides

In supremae nocte ccenae

cor sincerum

sufficit.

Praestet fides supplementum


Sensuum defectui.

fratribus,

Observata lege plene


Cibis in legalibus,
Cibunti turbae duodenas
Se dat suis manibus.
caro,

deficit,

Tantum ergo Sacramentum


Veneremur cernui,
Et antiquum documentum
Novo cedat ritui

moras incolatus
Miro clausit ordine.

Genitori Genitoque

Laus

quoque

Procedenti ab utroque

efficit,

Fitque sanguis Christi merum,

Panem de coelo praestitisti

et jubilatio,

Salus, honor, virtus


Sit et benedictio,

panem varum,

Verbo carnem

sensus

Ad firmandum

Sui

Recumbens cum

si

intacta Virgine,

=JF=*

'^^-

Et in mundo conversatus,
Sparse verbi semine,

V.

:?2:

1221

Nobis datus, nobis natus

Verbum

:?2=&

iS>-

i^

:c2;

ro

Ex

gen

22ZZ:

-fS*-

r-

ven-tris.

Compar

eis, alle-

iuia.

sit

laudatio.

AnieSv

R. Omne delectamentum in se habertem, alleluia.

St. Joscpi).
(igth March.)

Psalms

Same

as First Vespers, page

i.

Te Joseph, Celebrent.
Chant Page

53

Te, Joseph, celebrent agmina Ccelitum,

Te

cuncti resonent christiadum chori,


Qui clarus meritis, junclus es inclytse
Casto foedere Virgini.

Almo cum tumidain germlne conjugem


Admirans, dubio tangeris anxius,
Afilatu superi Flaminis Angelus
Conceptum pueruin docet

VESPERS.
Tu natum Dominum stringie ad

exteras

iEgypti profugum tu sequeris plagas

Amissum Solymis

quseris, et invenis,
fletibus.

63

Tu

vivens, Superis par, frueris


Mira sorte beatior.

Deo,

Post mortem reliquos mors pia consecratPalmamque emeritos gloria suscipit

Nobis, summa Trias, parce precantibus,


Da, Joseph meritis, sidera scandere*
Ut tandem liceat nos tibi perpetim
Gratum promere canticum. Amen.

V. Constituit eum dominumdomus suae.


R. Et princijpem omnis possessionis suae.

V. Gloria at divitiae in domo ejus.


R. Et justitia ejus manet in Saeoulum

Miscens gaudia

Saeculi.

{24lh June.)

Psalms Same

Chants Pages

Ut

54

and

as First Vespers,

UT OUEANT LAXIS.
55.

queant laxis resonare

Sed reformasti genitus peremptse


Organa vocis.

fibris

Mira gestorum famuli tuorum,


Solve polluti labii reatum,
Sancte Joannes.

Ventns obstruso recubans cubiii,


Senseras Regem thalamo manentem
Hinc parens, nati meritis, uterque

Nuntius celso veniens Olympo,

Te patri magnum fore nasciturum,


Nomen, et vitae seriem gerendae

Abdita pandit.

Ordine promit.

Sit

decus Patri, genitseque Proli,

Et

tibi

Ille

promissi dubius superni,


Perdidit promptae modulos louquelae

compar utriusque virtus,


Deus unus, omn
Temporis aevo. Amen.

V. Fuit homo missus a Deo.


R. Cui nomen erat Joannes.

V. Iste Puer magnus coram Domino.


R. Nam et manus ejus cum ipso est.

(First

PsALMSForJirst four,

see

Spiritus semper,

Sunday 0/ July.)
FirU

Vespers, last,

Lauda Jerusaltm,

FESTIVIS RESONENT.
Chant Page

52.

Humano

Festivis resonant compita vocibus,


Gives laetitiam frontibus explicent,
Taedis fliammiferis ordine prodeant

Adami

Instruct! pueri et senes.

Vitam reddidit omnibus.

Quern dura moriens Christus in arbore


Fudit multiplici vulnere Sanguinem

Cfamorem validum summus ab

Nos

facti

memores dum colimus, decet

Saltem fundere laqrymas.

generi pernicies gravis


veieris crimine contigit :

Adamvintegrita.et pietas novi


aetbere

Languentis Geniti si Pater audiit,


Placari potius sanguine debuit,
Et nobis veniam dare.

VESPERS.

64
Hoc quicumque stolam sanguine

proluit,

Abstergit maculas, er roseum decus,


Quo fiat similis protinus Angelis,

i Kegi

Nobis propitius sis, Genitor potens,


Ut quos unigena; Sanguine Filii
Emisti, et placido Elamine rccreas,
Coeli ad culminatransferas.
Amen.

placeat, capit.

recto instabilis tramite

Tangatur tribuet nobile praemium,


Qui cursum Deus adjuvat.

postmodum

Se nullus retrahat, meta sed ultima


Redemisti nos, Domine, in sanTi'
guine tuo.
Ij t fecisti nos Deo. nostro regnum

Te

"t

ergo quaesumus, tuis famulis

subveni.

Quos

Ij

pretioso sanguine redemisti

(29th September. J

Psalms

Forfrstfaur, set First

CONFITEBOR

TIBI.

Vespers,

page

Psalm cxxxvli.

Chants as for Laudate Dominum, Page


tibi

cor de me o
CONFITEBOR
-

Domine
quoniam

in toto
audisti

verba or -is me i.
z In conspectu Angelorum psal - lam
* adorabo ad
ti - bi :
templum sanctum
tuum, et confitebor no - mini tu ->.
misericordia
tua, et verita
3 Super
tetu-a: * quoniam magnificasti super
omne, nomen sane - turn tu - urn.
4 In quacumque die invocavero te,
ex - au . di me * multiplicabis in anima
me - a vir- tu - tem.
.-

5 Confiteantur.

tibi

i.

Chants Pages

and

Domine omnes

Te, splendor

et alta a lon-ge
mi-lia re-spicit:
cog - nos -cit.
8 Si ambulavero in medio tribulation- fica - bis me :* et
is, vivi
super iram in-

imicorura meorum ejrtendisii manum


tuam, et salvum me fecit dex - tera
tu -a.

*
9 Dominus retri-bu-et pro me:
Domine misericordia tua in saeculum:

opera

ne - de - spi - cias.

TE SPLENDOR.
Ducemque cum

et virtus Patris,

Contra ducem superbire


Sesquamur hunc nos Principem,
Ut detur ex Agni throno
Nobis corona gloriao.
Patris simulque Filio,
Tibique, Sancle Spiritus,
Sicut

templum

tuiun, et confitebor nomini tuo.

fuit, sit

Sseclum per

In conspectu Angelorum psallam

Deus meus.
Adorabo ad

rebellibus

ab arce fulminai.

Coelesti

Draconis hie dirum caput


In ima pellit tartara,

ij

manuum luarum

27.

Tibi mille densa millium


Ducum corona militat;
Sed explicat Victor Crucem
Michael, salutis signifer.

Do -mini:
-

Te, vita, Jesu, cordium,


Ab ore qui pendent tuo,
Laudamus inter Angelos.

tibi,

vi-is

Gloria Patri, etc.

aS

in

quoniam magna est glo - ria Do - mi ni.


Dominus, et hu7 Quoniam excelsus
*

quia audierunt omnia

ges ter -rm:


verba or- is tare

5.

6 Et cantent

sanctum

f
I]J

Stetit

gloria.

Angelus juxta aram

Habens

inanu sua.

jugiter

omne

thuribulum

Amen.
templi.

aureum

in

VESPERS.

Psalms Same

65

as for Third Vespers, page

37

DECORA LUX.
O Roma

Decora lux seternitatis, auream


Diem beatis irrigavit ignibus,

Mundi Magister, atque cceli Janitor,


Ikomae parentes, arbitrique Gentium,
Per ensisille, hie per Crucis victor necem.
senatum

quae

duorum Principum

glorioso sanguine :
Horum cruore purpurata caeteras
Excellis orbis una pulchritudines.

Apostolorum quae coronat Principes,


Reisque in astra liberam pandit viam.

Vitae

felix,

Es consecrata

laureati possident.

V. In omnen terrara exivit sonus eorum.


R. Et in fines orbis terras verba eorum.

^^Mcatfi?n

Sit Trinitati sempiterna gloria,


Honor, potestas, atque jubilatio,
In unitate, quae gubernat omnia.
Per universa saeculorum sascula. Amen.

V. Annuntiaverunt opera Dei.


R. Et facta ejus intellexerunt

<>f ffi^ljurch0

Psalms First four, same as for First

Vespers,

page 1

last,

Lavda Jerusalem,

page 38.

CELESTIS URBS JERUSALEM.


CcELESTis UrDs Jerusalem,
Beata pacis visio,
Quae celsa de viventibus
Saxis ad astra tolieris,
Sponsaeque ritu cingeris

Mortalis

Amore

Tormenta quisquis

sorte

Et tunsione plurima,
Fabri polita malleo
Hanc saxa molem construunt,
Aptisque juncta nexibus

nupta prospera,

Dotata Patris gloria,


Respersa Sponsi gratia,
Regina formosissima,

Locantur in

Hie margaritis emicant,


Patentque cunetis ostia

V. Haec

est

namque

3ui laus, potestas, gloria

iEterna

praevia

domus Domini

V.

firmiter

Domum

sit

Amen.

per saecula.

tuam Domine

decet sane-

titudo.

sedificata.

R. Bene fundata est

fastigio.

Decus Parenti debitum


Sit usquequaque Altissimo,
Natoque Patris unico,
Et inclyto Paraclito,

Cfhristo jugata Principi,


Cceli corusca Civitas,

Viitute

sustinet.

Scalpri salubris ictibus,

Mille Angelorum millibus.

illuc ducitur,
Christi percitus

supra firmam

petram.

R- In longitudinem dierum.

66

t
^ymns

of

Qboration anb praise.

GOD.
1-God

of

My

Heart.

V
God

my

of

heart!

Z22~~*~ &

iz^

er

Its

ear

li

est

love,

its

'^^miit

knows

From Thee

part.

gg^i-:^i-f
God

of

For Thee

its

To

live

my

To Thee
It

of

its

it

pants,

trusts,

God

thoughts
it

Receive,

My

rapture rise ;
cleaves the skies,
in

to find.

God

When

my aim

Amid
That hour

my mind

God

it

roll.

spurns the earth,


Its

with Thee

God

Direct

soul
fevered nature thirsts,

"While ages
3

of my life I
cruel foes around

me

stand,

the

and nerve

my hand

strife.

of my death
is only known to Thee

when

life's last

moments

flee,

latest breath.

God of the blest


Throw open. Lord. Thy gates on
And let me enter there, that I
With Thee may rest.
I

high,

OOD.

2 Nearer,
I

Near

my

er,

God,

My

67

God, to Thee.

^'^^

to Thee,

Near

er

Thee!

to

fSppipifSpi
i=z

ppprspi pi

ig^^#jllM
Still

all

my

song

shall

be,

Near

God

my

er,

to Thee,

iiii^i
NearJ:

n
i^iPpiPilSii

er,

my

God,

to Thee,

li^rz=.-ffr-=P=E
2.

Deep
Let

Thou

in

PE

-!--

Thy Sacred Heart

me abide,

that has bled for me.

Sorrowed, and died


Sweet shall my -weeping be,
Grief surely leading me.
Nearer, my God, to Thee,
Nearer to Thee.
;

3.

Friends may depart from -me.


Night may come down,
Clouds of adversity
Darken and frown
;

Near

Thee.

er

'^mm^t^
Still

through

my

Hope gently

tears

leading

I'll

see

me

my God, to Thee,
Nearer to Thee.

Nearer,

And when the-goal

How

like

is

won.

a dream.

In the dim retrospect.


Sorrow will seem.
'Sweet will my transports be
Jesus, thy face to see,

When

I have
come, at
Nearer to Thee.

last

GOD.

68

3 Holy

we

God,

ly

We

God,

Andante.

praise

Praise

Thy Name.
GERMAN

Thy Namel

Lord

of

CHORAL.

we

all,

T'

im^^m^^^^^i r
I

bow

be-fore Thee!

i'^'

^^

on

All

earth

- tre

seep

claim,

^-M:

^-25

^-'

Thy

m:^^^^^^^
-IJ-

AH

in

heav'n

bove

a-doreThee:

In

fi

m^

1-

I
Thy

nite

t-

MziMi
t^-

^:
H^iS
do

vast

2.

Hark

^i 3^
I-

^F

Ev

main.

er

^-

the loud celestial hymn,


Angel choirs above are singing!
I

j.

Cherubim and Seraphjm,

In unceasing chorus praising


||:

3.

Heavens with sweet accord


Holy! Holy! Holy Lord. :||

Fill the

Lo! the

ing

Thy Name.

-^-

Holy Father, Holy Son,


Holy Spirit, Three we name Thee,
While in essence only One,
Undivided God we claim Thee
And adoring bend the knee,
While we own the mystery. :||
:

||:

apostolic train,

sacred Name to hallovy I


Prophets swell the loud refrain,
And with white-robed martyrs follow
And from morn till set of sun,
Through the Church the song goes on. :||
Join

5.

Thy

Thou

art King of glory Christ


Son of God, yet born of Mary,
For us sinners sacrificed,
And to death a tributary
I

j|:

last

-S-

^-

g=""i

||:

First to break the bars of death.


Thou hast open'd Heav'n to Faith.

GOD.

41

69

Thou Lord Most High.

Love Thee,

m^^fm^M^^^i^
zzlt:

love Thee,

3^^:

:iF^

no

seek

i=i

*j

Thou Lord most high Be-cause Thou first

oth

hast lov

ed me;

i^iiPl^i^

er

li

ber

But that

ty,

be

of

ing

bound

to Thee.

mmmm^^^^m^
.J-_-I*L

CHORUS.

here

-^1^

ev

at^

:-ii=?Jtt-iE5.=E?^

My God

er

Thou

pro

:if^

hast

test

to

No

Thee,

1^-- 5J:

giv

en

me,

oth

^--jpt-

-0-

here

=\-

mine is Thine, say but the word,


Whate'er Thou wiliest shall be done

Thou

know Thy love, all-gracious Lord,


I know it seeks my good alone.

4.

Apart from Thee,

Then

grant,

all

O my

things are nought

supremest

bliss

to

-^

Thee

-aK-

re

sign.

:3=sE^-=^3=^
MM-iX
I

ought,

givest all in giving thisl

My memory
But

3.

gain

Grant me to love Thee as

All
I

have than Thine What

er will

no

shall to

tho't suggest,

Thy pure

glory tend

understanding find no rest,


Except in Thee its only end.

My

GOD

10

6 Strike,

Strike the Harp.

CnOIiUS. Moderate.

mm=B

P
Strike, strike the

in

harp

of

praise

.-J
-5t

tim-brel's

loud

er

Wake

the

r^

-J^-

&

t ^: if'^i

t~t.

God
.--I

iitoggp

tgi

mirth

Glor

ous

the song

must

5J^

Igg-jig^Ei

^^
Fine.

^iSiii g^=g

izfe

S:

Of

be

the

Cre

Great

tor's worth.

^^^^^
Jf

2>VET.

^S
y

^5S=^
Na

ture in

her

calm

ness

5^3?

-#rais

es

Strains

2=

-TL

--it<^

'MMm^^^
glad

Bite!

ness,

peace

and

love

of

GOD.

71

THE

STRIKE, STRIKE

HARP-CoNTINUEO.

B.C.
2

He who

Honor Him, ye hosts of heav'n


Worship Him, ye realms above
Not with outward form alone,
But with hearts that purely love.

rules the earth, the ocean


Keepeth silent watch o'er thee.

60

He can tell

Come, Loud Anthems

^3^

ij-:zs=^^:

'z*-^
O
The

an

loud

come,
.

to

His

depths

of

^
-^- ^_i

let

sence
are

let

us
us

in

His hand,

His

to

courts

P=F=P2:
|I3: :t==-

Loud

smg,

To

haste,
-

re

4-

n.

thems

earth

us

let

pre

the knee.

Let Us Sing.

SOLO. Andante.

In

with what devotion.

Bows the heart or bends

Her
And

pair,

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thanks
thank
se

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Al

Him

for

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cret

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wealth

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with

IM

4-r

vol

dress,
hills

knees,

WE^

ces high
in joy that reach
de - vout

fa

vours past ;

ra

com-mand

tion there

^^^
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should raise,
-

ful

songs.

the skies,
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ly

:t=

all,

we

For

y King;
;
;

To

Him

The

strength

our
ad of

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our

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might

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The

praise
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that

ed

to
to

the

Lord,

li^p-^r

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tion's

His
His
our

GOD.

72

COME, LOUD ANTHEMS-CONTINUCO.

^"onus.

B.C.
:f:

f
Rock
name

em
Mak
^1-

we
be

praise,
longs,

pire

lies,

er,

fall.

Great

is

Lord

the

what

tongue

can

m^.

^^^
An

frame

pfc

hon

qual

our

^^nz

7 Praise

His name.

to

Ye the

tt^l

Lord.
OLD HYMNAL.

Moderate,

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Praise ye the Lord

on

ev

raise;

p-

SS^3^:
^^
Ye

Songs

'ry height

to

His glo -ry

Trr

mt
:f:

an-gel hosts, ye

-^

stars of night,

^^l^p

i^lM
Send forth your voice of

M^M

GOD.

73

PRAISE YE THE LORD-CONTINUCO.

For His the word that gave you

praise ;

^'^~:^

m^

1"

Praise to the

High

22:
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2

fire

Ye

ma jes

ty and

^^^m

nite.

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birth,

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:3-

might

SS

-est from

^:

the earth,

and vapour,

hail

And let

22Z:

and snow,

the deeps u

L'^CZfc:!-^

Praise to the High-est from the earth.

servants of His will :


O stormy winds, that only blow
His mandates to fulfil
Ye mountains, rocks, to heav'n that rise
Fair cedars of the wood ;
All things of life that wing the skies,
Or track the plains for food.

And kt

^!

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P^^

^*^

:^=

the deeps

-=1-

Ye judges, rulers, kings, whose hand


The sceptre waves on high,

O youths and virgins of


O age and infancy

u -nite,

the land

;
'

to

whom

homage should be

given.

Praise ye His
All

Name,

Whose glory from

alone

throne
Spreads wide o'er earth and heav'n.
th' eternal

OUR BLESSED LORD.

74

8Jesus,

^foderafo

^m
(

Je

Biil

sus,
liant

Sweet Jesus.

-^

sweet
ce

my
my

SUS,

tial,

^^^

OLD HYMNAL.

trea

sure

di

glo

ry,

my

ab:^

lOi:
wlih what
that

5
rap
loved

ture

Thee,

call

beau

i^^^
Robed

Eweet

of

tain
in

Thy

splen

ti

^
-a

ness,

dour

im

byss

all

mine;

ful

One

of
tal

my

OhI

heart,

when

^^-^

V4H^.-^

de
and

shall

flee

i
^^^^

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way

3
from

my

pri

apt
son

to

love

on

ly

^
2 Jesus,

my Jesus,

lights..:....

bright,

Thou)

:A

^
of

p^

-^st

mor

^;
God

It

Thee

^^

Thou

4-

Fouij

-^e

P^f^

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-0

sun,.,

^i=^

:&

vine,,

so priceless in worth,

Joy of the angels and hope of the earth


Strong are the links and the bonds which confine
My heart and my soul to Thee, Jesus, all mine.
;

Thee.

^"

OUR BLESSED LORD.

9Jesus

Allegro Moderato.

Je sus

is

God

the sol

God.

m^^

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is

75

id earth,

The o

cean broad and bright,

The

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count

less stars, like gold

"Sir
en dust That strew the skies at night.

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The

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iag storm, the dreadful

fire,

The pleas-ant wholesome air.

^i^

^^^

sum-mer's sun, the win-ter's frost, His own e rg

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The

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tionswere.

S-

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God

the glorious bands


Of golden angels sing
Songs of adoring praise to Him,
Their Maker and their King.
He was true God in Bethlehem's crib,

2 Jesus is

On Calvary's Cross true God,


He who in heaven eternal reigned,
In time on earth abode.

the single end


mortal span,
Except to glorify the God
Who for our sakes was Man )

And

yet,

Of this

4 Jesus

is

what

is

life's

God

let

And

sorrow como

pain and every ill ;


All are worth while for all are means
His glory to fulfil
Worth while a thousand years of life
To speak one little word,

3 Jesus

is

God

alas,

they say

On earth the numbers grow


"Who His Divinity blaspheme
To their unfailing woe

If

by our Crtdo we might own


of our Lord.

The Godhead

OUR BLESSED LORD.


76

10 Jesus
Aftdanie.

Saviour of

Je

my

sus! Sav-iour of

Soul.

m^m^^^

^^MliiBi^li
I

My^

soul, Let

me

to

Thy

m^^^
wa

the near -er

ters

roll.

While the tem-pest

V^-j-j^^

me,

O my

Sa-viour, hide

S2.

fly,

IM

is

still

'^^^t^^^m-

Hide

fuge

nigh.

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re

Till

the storm of

life

'^
is

past;

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ralU

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Safe

Thy ha

in- to

CnOJtVS.

tempo.

tnf

Je

sus! re

van guide,

:fl

re-ceive

my

soul

at

1
last.

^^^^^^m

fuge of

my

soul,

Let

me

io

Thy

re -fuge

fly;

HOLY NAME.
JESU

2 Other refuge have

SAVOUR OF MY SOUL-CONTINUED

All my trust in Thee is stayed.


All
help from Thee I bring

none,

my

helpless soul on Thee,


Leave, oh leave me not alone,

Hangs my
Still

Cover my defenceless head.


With the cover of Thy wing.

support and strengthen me.

11

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Jesus, JesuSj Dearest Lord.

Moderato.

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I
say.
Je-sus, Jesus dear-est Lord, For-give me if
won-der-ful! that Thou shouldst let So vile a heart as mine,

O
O
O

2
3

Light

in

dark-ness, Joy

in grief,

M^

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I

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l^

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Ci

W
I

't^

ve ry love, Thy sacred Name,


Thee with such a love as this,
-

sus

my

Love

my

treasure

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love
craft

Thee

so,
of this

sus,

know

--

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thousand times a
tell

g-

My

The

what Thou art worth?

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day.
so free with Thine.

make

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who Can

how

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Je-

"-I

not

Heav'n be-gun on earth

^
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For
Love

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transports to

1^^'
con

wide world of ours, Poor wis-dom seems to


Je-sus, sweetest Lord, What art Thou not to

-Si^* C^r
trol

me;

me?

^^

Thy

Ah!
Each

g=zii=i=:

HOLY NAME.

78

JESUS, JESUS, DEAREST LORD-CONTINUED.

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hour brings joys be-fore un-kno\vn, Each

love

IS like

a burn-ing'

fire,

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my ve ry
with love of
day new lib - er

ty.

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Thou the Beauty

Jesus,

soul

Thee,

isli

m=e-=r:
H
H

in

Art.

Andante

je-sus,

Thou

the beauty art,

Of

an

gel worlds

T-

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bove,

Thy

mu

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les-tial
^2.

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to the heart,

sic

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love,

is

sweetness un

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chanting

it

with

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al loyed.

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name

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Thee hunger..

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still,

Who

drink of

ny

Thee

-^ -^

still

feel
.

avoid Which naught but Thou

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Holy name.
jesus, thou the beauty

O Jesu, love unchangreable,


For Whom my soul doth pine
O fruit of life celestial
O sweetness all divine

sunbeams glows
May every heart confess Thy name,
And ever Thee adore
And, seeking Thee, itself inflame,
To seek Thee more and more.

visitest the heart,

Then truth begins to shine


Then earthly vanities depart ;
Then wakens love divine.

in the

That

13

O fairest of the sons of day


More fragrant than the rose
O brighter than the dazzling' ray
I

When once Thou

79

art- continued.

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Sweet Name Which Makes the Dying


Music by Sister of Mercy,

St. Xavier's,

Live.

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sight.

of

all

my

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my

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hope,

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my

and

safety

my

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me

to pro-nounce,

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That name of names most


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a tempo.

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-J

dear, and soft


-J

ly

bend a

dor-ing head,

When

Jesus'

name

hear;

s>-n

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Sweet name which cooled the martyr's


And o'er each torment new
[fire
A charm of heavenly comfort shed.
A fresh celestial dew!

^_

i i -ztis^z.
*

-!

Sweet name, which bids temptation


And baffles satan's power;

What name

can bear
In death's appalling hour!
like thine

fly,

me up

HOLY NAME.

80

14

Je -sus, the

Jesus, the Very

ve

ry thought of

Thought of Thee.

Thee With

my

fills

lap-ture

+-

^^^P^e5=

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"

:|^

breast

rest.

But sweet-er

No

voice can

far

Thy

singf,

face to

see,

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in..

Thy presence

no heart can frame, Nor can the

mem-ry

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A sweeter sound

find.

than

Thy blest Name,

O Saviour of mankind! O

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Saviour of mankind

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!

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O Saviour of mankind! O Saviour of man-kiiul.


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SACRED HEART.

8i

JESUS, THE VERY THOUGHT OF IKE-Continued.

3 Jesus, our only joy be

hope of every

O joy of all

contrite heart,
the meek,

how kind Thou art.


How good to those who seek.
But what of those who find ? Ah this
Nor tongue nor pen can show

To

those

who

fall

And

love of Jesus

what

it is

||:None but His loved ones know.-:||

15 Give

||:Then

fills it

with delight.

:||

a Place to Dwell.

Jesus Dear,

Me.

through eternity.

King of Love, thy blessed fire


Does such sweet flames excite
That first it raises the desire,

The

Thou,

As Thou our hope will be


Jesus, be Thou our glory now.

S: Chorus.

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Give

me,

Je

sus

dear,

place

to

dwell.

in

Thy

:m-

^teE

r
ii

sa-cred

>tfe=^
.^-

With

Heart

all

meek and

=1^=:

kind,

Thy

mai^-

P-

sa-cred Heart shall be

-^'

my

pris-on

3--3=
Fine.

cell

Where

trust,

free

dom

and

re

pose

find.

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SACRED HEART.

82
GIVE ME,

Solo.

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JESUS DEAR, A PLACE TO Lmii-Continucd.

SACRED HEART.

83

BEHOLD THE HEART WHOSE LOVE FOR MAN-CONTINUCO.

^nWhose ar-dor burn-ing, And Whose ten-der yearning Meet with coldness and

Yei

disdain

l-^^

^'-

Sa

6red Heart

glo

ry, love,

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Heart Di-vinel

Thou

our hope,

art

(-

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Thou arl^our home

j-

All

l||pt=ir#3igi^::pi3i=4l
Thy Kingdom come!
and thanks be Thine

Thy. Kingdom come,

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tf

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^mm

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s>

a.

The Kingdom of the Prince of peace,


Whose reign of love shall never cease;
Meek and humble sovereign
!

All our passions govern


\nd our League of !ove increase

Chorus.

Oh

reign of gentle lowliness,

Of pure, devoted holiness.


Of the gracious merit
Of a selfless spirit,
Heal our wounds, our sorrows bless I
Chorus.

all the love and rapture sweet


That swayed the Blessed Marguerite,

By

Thy cross be ours,


And Thy thorns, our flowers,
Thy blesl flames, bur sure retreat
Let

Chohus.

84
17

SACRED HEART.

Sweet Heart of Jesus be My Love.

Moderate

y^

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Sweet Heart of Je-sus

be

my

love,

be

my

love

pray,

B%^^.
ry deed,

With Thy dear

self

each day

i^lEi
hast

O Lord-en-gra-ven me In Thy dear hands and Heart. O wound me now v.ith


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555-1

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Thy sweet love, And Thy own self impart, Sweet Heart of Je-sus be my love Oh!

be

my love I

r:t

pray,

--

And

r_tt=r

fruit

lightens every pain.

bless,

Lord,

Thy

kingly heart.

My sweetest treasure here


It fills my soul with heavenly joy,
:

And dries each

m^mm

my heart And
r

of love,
All other bonds are vnin ;
It sweetens here each bitter grief,
I

within

th
Oh! happy union

Thy throne

falling tear.

reign there night and day.

S 2

r^

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3 Thro' Mar}''s heart, dear Lord I come


To seek a rest divine :
And through the wounds in Thy blest
I place
my heart in Tiiino.
[side,
take it Lord, and in roturn
I ask one gift of Thee.
That Thou wilt fill it with Thy love

For all

eternity.

SACRED HEART.

180

85

Sacred Heart that on the Cross.

JUoderato,

fi^^ife
I

Sac-red HeartthatontheCrossGaveupThylat-estbreathforme;This

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sac-ri-fice,

With will-ingmind

give to Thee.

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CHORUS.

Sacred Heart, sweet Sacred Heart, Shrine ofour faith, temple of love,

^I^fc^

SE^EE^

:^=:

iigi

From Bethlehem to Calvary's hour,


Thy beatings were for me alone

With deep resolve I turn to Thee,


And pardon ask for every sin

;5

Yet have

For

all

scorned

its

Thy many

My heart henceforth shall beat with Thine,

gentle power,

Nor

favours shown.

let

the slightest evil in.

O give me grace to do Thy will.


And keep my
That when
I

may

soul from every stain

sad hour has come,


not look to Thee in vain.

my last

SACRED HEART

86

19-1

Dwell a Captive

Moderato,

in

this

Heart,
L.

^^^^^^ =^^i^

dwell a

^*F

cap-tive in this heart Inflamed withlove di

^ f

BERGG,

Tis

vine;

nsczf:

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Fine.

^=m i

here

a -lone

live

And con-stantjoy

in peace,

is

mine.

:i=;

DIET.

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is

God'sownSon, In His hu-man

the Heart of

- i

Who

ty,

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te
all

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liJE

en-am-oured

mr
2

j
of

:^t-f f-

like the dove within the Ark,


Securely I repose
Since now the Lord is my defence,
;

no earthly foes.
What though I suffer, still
fear

ever true will be

in love

love of God shall deeper grow,


When crosses fall on me.

<5-

of

me,

I dwell,

&c.

d=l:

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my soul, Here burns with love

Here

My

^iSf^

From every bond of earth, O Lord,


Thy grace hath set me free
;

My

soul delivered from the snare


Enjoys true liberty.
Nought more can I desire than this,
To see Thy face in Heav'n
And this I hope since He on earth
His heart in pledge hath giv'n.
;

SACRED HEART.

20 Hear

the Heart of Jesus Pleading.

tm

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87

:t=:

Hear the Heart of Je

sus plead-ing,

"Come, and

^S^=ziJ:E3=i^E

With a

Mfe,

and joy ex -coed

peace

-^

be;

sign."

i^^

In

My

Dear-est

ing,

Meek and hum-ble ev

er

;g^

^^is^p^p^^
Heart se-rene and

Jesus

ho

ly, All

il^:^

" Purer than the

We

Thy

Thee

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sacred wounds abiding,


Burning love our breasts shall fill.
We shall bless Thee, and obey Thee,
Ever serve Thee faithfully ;
Sweetest Heart we humbly pray Thee,
Let us live and die in Thee !.

In

like

-^-

:;22

5 Heart of love 1 in Thee confiding.


shall learn to do Thy will

lily's whiteness,
Fairer than the fairest snows,
In the beauty and the brightness.
Of your souls I seek repose
Calmly keep your hearts before Me,
From the stain of passion free."
Heart of Jesus we implore Thee,

Make, oh, make us pure

your self- ish cares re-

meek and low-ly, Make, oh, makeourheartslikoThine.

tegg
2

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lif^

sweet-ly rest in

SACRED HEART

88

21 Sacred

wm

^^

Sacred Heart,
boun

^
2

Heart

Heart of

Accents Burning.

In

^-^

Pour we

in ac-cents burn-ing,

ty,

Thouart bring-ing

^^m2=^^^

irt

&-K-fc

All

Thy

forth

our love ot

thirst-ing child-ren

y~r

Thee; Hearour hopes and hear our yearn-ings, Meet and ming-le ten der
liv - ing wat-ers spring-ing, Tell of hope and comfort
here, Where the

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Heart of

-ly.

O Thou

near I

mer

eag-er,
cy ev-er
Source of ev-'ry bless-ing!

Allour woes and woundsto


Sweet-est, strong-est, boli^est,

-^

^^^m^^mimm
heal;
best

S^

Heart most pa-tient, Heart most pure,


Be our treas-ure here on earth,.

To our

And

in

souls

Thy depths re-

Heav'n be Thou our

terti

SACRED HEART.
SACRED HEART

IN

8d

ACCENTS BURNINC-0NTINUEO.

CHORUS.

IMv

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veal,
rest!

1=^
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ofourRedeemerl Pierced with love on Calva-

Sa-cred Heart

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Thee.

Praise to

Makeus burn with loveof

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Heart of

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Sacred Heart.

Thee!

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22 Like

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a Strong and Raging Fire.

liP.i^:^i^P^^

a strong and raging


fire
a-broad Love's fire,
2 'Twas to cast
3 Bless - ed Lord 1 Thy Heart is clov-en,
1

Like

l^t^
S?^5;

r(S-

row fur-nace
In
a nar
That our God from Heav-en

With the

^2:

s:

cross

of bit

ter

SACRED HEART.

90

UKE A STRONG AND RACING

^:"d

P^

iiiiiiilps^li
Ho

3-

Glows the Sac

pent,

came

red Heart's de-si

May those sparks our love in

woe,

FIRE-CONTINUEO.

There are thorns a-round

re

spire,

wov-en,

In the

ly Sac-rawith that blest


the blood-drops from It
-

May we burn

And

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ment Round that sac-red fur-nacethrong-ing, Shall these hearts
flame!
flow;

re-fuse to
All our sins, our slights, our coldness, All our in-- suits we deLet us take Thy cross, and bear it, Let Thy thorn - y crown be

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Heart of love and ten-der long-ing Shall we make Thee no re


never wound Thee
Par-don, Lord, our dar-ing boldness, We will
plore,
Than a crown
of fair-est
ours, 'Twill be sweet - er far to wear it,
?

CHORUS.

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a -tion, "While our souls are borne a-

SACRED HEART.
LIKE

9i

A STRONG AND RACINC FIRE-CONTINUEO.

1^

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Hear our hymn of

bove,

Sf^
m

9wi
re-pa-ra-tion,

Heart of Je

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Sacred Heart

susl

lie

our level

m~9

Allegretto.

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O
O
I

Sa-cred Heart

Our

Sa-cred Heart So hum-ble and so meek,

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storm-y

spi-rits,

of pride, In

full

Thee a

re

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fugeseek.

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sweet-est He^rt di-vine

....

All

love and praise be Th ine,

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love

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grant us

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plore,

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te^

SACRED HEART.

92

SACRED HEART- Continued.

Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart

JHoderato.

24 Upon

Sacred

leart

Sacred

Hean

Consumed with purest fires,


The cross, the thorns, the open wound,

So spotless and so pure


Our weakness and our misery,
May rest ia Thee secure.

Reveal

Thy -fond

desires.

the Altar, Night and Day.

^_

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hn^

Al-tar,
Up-on the
2 Be-neath a crown of
3 We of - fer Thee our
1

cru -ei thorns,

The Heart of Je - sus


Thy Heart is all on

hum-ble

For poor they are and

night and day,

m^^

gifts,

hes,
fire;

small.

And
And
Our.

m^m

night and day throughout the world, Do men Itsclaims despise;


brightly shines from out Itsflkmes, The cross of Thy desire,
hearts,

our souls, our littlelives, Dear Heart wegiveTheeall


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For by their cold ungrateful lives, They pierce 1 1 through and through And
Chorus Oh draw us close to Thee, sweet Lord And burning zealimpart, To
If pure and true must be the soul, That fain would hide in Thee, Oh
,

And joyous victims we shall be. Consumed beforeThy throne.

Chorus

rhendrawuscloserstilltoThec,

Sacred Heart divinel

If

In

SACRED HEART.

93

UPON THE ALTAR, NIGHT AND DAY-Cmtimueo.

of their crimes, Its ag

the sconrg-es

by

now

Thy

let

dead

roy

to sin,

and

joy

by praise and

re-pair,
-

al
if

grief, in

pray'r,

For

love sup-ply,

nies

life

be

Still

re

our mis

all

to self,
We live to Thee
and death, Our hearts are ev

dead

25 Peace,

new.

The wrougs of Thy dear Heart

Our God

is

er

lone

Thine.

er

Dwelling.

Maestoso.

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Peace
Heart

Chorus.

be

still

our God

is

of Jesus! strength su

on
Si-lent
per-nall Send us pow

His

dwell-ing
-

er

al

tar

from a-

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throne; Let us kneel, our bosoms swell-ing. With a joy but sel-dom
bove Heart of Jes - ns light e - ter - nal Fill our souls with light and
1

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known. Heart of Je
love

sr

sus

come we

hith

er,

With our

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bur-dens meekly

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SACRED HEART

94

PEACE. BE STILL! OUR COD IS OWELLINC-CONTINUEO

D.C.

iiiigi^Sii
From a world where spirits wither, From a world whose breath

in.

is sin.

2S

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Thou

hast called. the heavy-laden,


Called the poor, the frail to Thee,
See us then, O Son of Maiden
I

None could poorer frailer be


Thou dost know the woes and weakness
Of a nature prone to ill,
,

Heart of mercy Heart of meeknesfvl


Be our shield, our succour still
I

26To

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Thy Pure and Burning

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To Thy pure

Lord

There

Which

'will

Heart.

and burn-ing Heart,


come a dark-some eve,

we come
kuow

will

-4-'^

Z.

with

spir-its

no earth-ly

SACRED HEART.

95

TO THY PURE AND BURNING HEART-CONTINUEO.

In Its depths wecalmly rest,

part,

Happy then if we shall be,

leave;

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And while love andgrief are blended, We repose on Thy fond


And our dy-ing anthem sing-ing. Heart of Level we cling to

fen- ded,
cling-ing,

^=^

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f^

G'^^c-ious
I

^S
Lord

in

Thy blest Heart,

W^

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There are dews of grace and

W^

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meekness, There is streugth for all ourweekness, la

lEl

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Thy strong and tender Heart

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Love Divine.

Sacred Heart!

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O Sa

credHeartI

Love

miz^ziiniig

Do keep

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us

near

to

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And makeourlove

so like

to Thine,

That we may holy

CUORVS.

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Heart of Je

be.

sus

hear!

Heart of Love Di-vine!

glE^^ZE^^^

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List

ten

to

our

Temple pure O House of gold


Our heaven her^ below
I

Make

prayer;....
/^-

What sweet delights, what wealth untold


From Thee do ever flow

us

al

The

hearts of

ways Thine.

wounded Heart, O Font of tcans!


Throne of grief and pain
Whereon for the eternal years,

Thy

love for

4 Ungrateful hearts, forgetful hearts.

To wound Thy

men have been,


side with cruel darts

Which they have made by

sin.

man

does reign.

SACRED HEART.

28 A
I

Message from the Sacred Heart.

mes

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97

sage from the

s;

122-

m
Sa

cred Heart

What may

this mes-sage

-^

^P^_^j

dZzii,

"My

be?

child,

my child

give

Me

thy heart;

My heart has

bled for

.^
122

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This

Thee,"

^^E

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sends to

the mes-sage Je-s\is

is

25

5^

day,

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&

poor heart

to-

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Ste

my

p^@|ii^|^p^
AndfromHisThroneinHeavenHebends

hear what

to

shall say.

js:

zz

^2

A
"

message to the Sacred Heart!


bear it back with speed

Oh

Come,

Jesus, reign within

Thy Heart

my

heart.

need."
pray while here I pine.

is all I

This prayer I'll

From Heaven and Thee


Nor cease, dear Lord, till

apart,
I

Forever, Heart to Heart.

am Thine

SACRED HEART.

98

29

Form Your Ranks Oh

m^s^^

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All

Ye Leaguers.

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Form your ranks O all ye Leaguers of the Heart di - vine,


men and Christ-ian maidens and ye failh-ful all,
Lo Thy Heart, O dear Re-deem-er, is
a
fur-nace fierce,
How un-grate- ful we have been in all the years gone by.
I

2 Christ-ian

3
4

Fight your

Come and
Ev - er
For Thy

@y5f

bat-lles with the miglity arms of pray'r,


wor-ship the sweet Heart of Christ our King
burn-ing with the fire of love di-vine
mer-cies and Thy graces freely given I
t

^^^^
ho-ly

A-dam's
fire

shrine,
fall,

may

pierce,
caused to sigh.

iXiil

And your conq'ring hosts


;

Grant

shall gather round the


See how Je-sus has re-paired the guilt of
that ever through our hearts this heavenly
Heart of Jesus Which so often we have

^^

22

victors by the King Whose love we share


And the glo - ry of such love we'll grateful sing.
And trans-form them in-to loving hearts like Thine.

Add re-pent-ance as our fi - nal page to Heaven.

Crowned as

SACRED HEART

99

FROM RANKS. OH lALL YE LEACUERS-Continueo


ist

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love

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30

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Thee more pnd more with every day.


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day.

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the

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dawn

is

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up the glowing-

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crate to

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spun

day..

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ones re

faitliful

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ly

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Heart and

soul, that \

may

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wholly be Thine

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SACKED HEART

100

AS THE RADIANT DAWN

IS

STEALING

Continued.

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own dear Lord

al

G>-

S=?=f

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Hear

Sacred Heart,

Sacred Heart;

way.

-!

^^-:

tz^

-cz

the

:"_!::

prayer

we now

im-plore,

In

or

liv-iiig'

dy

:c:

-I

more

g^

and

more, In

<

llv

' *-

F==|:

We may

ing.

love Tliee

hast strenj;fth for

human weak

and
:g-

more.
--

^i

iSI-

to-day.

Thou whose angel

Of majesty

human tears.
[ness
On the cross Thy heai't was bleeding
wash
sins
to
My
away
Now Thy heart for mine in pleading
lor

With fondest love

-^

2 Thou art liere in lovhig' meekness,


Throuj^h ever chaiigfing- years;

And bahn

more

How

cans't

Of such a
Love

divine,

1-

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m
mg or

I -^:

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,iiz-S=S:

Thou

i:

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:e

may

:^

Thee

ing, W'e

r^?i5=?=ii^i

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love

choirs are telling

divine,

Thou desire the dwelling


heart as mine?
grant that

never

Prom Tlioe by sin depart,


And my iiope and stay forever
Will be Thy .sacred heart.

SACRED HEART

31-0

TOI

Thy Sacred

Jesus Dear,

Heart.

CBORUfl.

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lEt
1

Je

sus dear,

Thy

Sa - cred Heart

Thy

Sacred Heart,

Is fraught with
pur - est
- i - tents
sin

For pen

for-ever glows,

m sfcs--::
^

jzzging

U
love ;
cere;

'j-f^-

joy to me Thou dost impart,


proves Thy tenderness that flows

Much
It

And comfort from a

To

hear and grant

bove.

my prayer.

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ft

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Sa

Tis

cred Heart, ce

my

true

the bless'd

me

draw

les

tial feast,

sins for vengeance

a- bove,

to

despair;

cry,

bliss Thy sweets to

hope

in

But

to

Thy

Sa-cred Heart

:
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r-

^^

=?5:
taste,

And

fly.

To

glow

with

heav

find

my

re

mm

'nly

fuge

D.C.

love,
there.

I'll

SACRED HEART.

102
3

JESUS DEAR, THY SACRED HEART-Cqntinueo.


O let me kiss Thy sacred feef.
pierced for me.
And bled at every pore
Thy bleeding hands and side:
From past offences set me free,
To suffer pain for Thee is meet,

Thy Sacred Heart was

Oh

them 1 shall deplore.


tears shall never cease to flow
Because from Thee I've strayed,
with such weight of pain and woe

Who

My

Who
My

ransom

freely paid.

32 How

shall

ever

me

freely for

died.

Sacred Heart, celestial feast,


Of all the bless'd above,
hope in bliss Thy sweets to taste
And glow with heavenly love.

Know

the Love

lHoderato.

m
I

How
Nor

-J.

ei

0^9

Thou
The

know

the love
An-gels know, nor heaven's Queen,

shall I ev

ha^t,

O God

lov-ing

for

God Thou

me?

art;

iPia
Nor men

Thv

love

be-low, nor saints a


is

on

felt

ly

bove,
and seen

That

love can

By

Je

or see.
Sa-cred Heart.

tell

su's

0.

Heart of Je-susl

im-plore

That

may

^^^
2

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As God, Thou loved'st me before


The world or time began
And now, as if to love me more,
Thou lovest me as man.

And so that in cur griefs and joys


Thou mightest have a part,
And feel with us and sympathize,
Thou hast a human Heart..

seems, dear Lord, Thou wouldst forsake


Thy glory, to impart
Thy life to me, when Thou didst take
A living human Heart.
The earth beneath, the Heaven above,
Thy mercy would entwine.
To thus unite in links of love
The human md divine.

It

love Thee more and more.

Sacred Heart

in

Thee enshrined

Is all that angels prize

Within Thy holy depths I find


My solace and my joys
For The^ and for Thy love I yearn
Teach me the heavenly art,
,

Thee Thy lessons


meek and bumble Heart.

To be

like

learn,

SACRED HEART.

33To

SOLO.

To

sus'

m^sG
I

Je

Heart

Jesus' Heart

burn

all

ing,

103

all

With

Burning.

ler-vent love for

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fond -est

heart with

yearn

Shall

ing

Blest be

ong,

gescoursea

P^
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Sa -cred Heart of

The

with loud-est song

I^-it

strain.

thejoy-lul

CHORUS

-6 -S

^S

raise

While a

My

men,

?
-

Je

sus,

By

ev

ery heart

and tongue.

Sa - cred Heart of- Je

I
EES
sus,

ev

By

ery heart

and

tongue.

i
2

Heart for

me on

With loveno man can

My

now let me be taken


t(? Thy fold again.
As Thou art meek and lowly.
And ever pure of Heart,
So may my heart be wholly
Of Thine the counterparL

Yet

fire,

Back

speak,

yet untold desire,

God gives me for Thy sake,


Too trne I have forsaken
Thy flock by wilful sin
,

The

SACRED HEART

io4

34- HEART OF JESUS

Heart of

1.

and

Sin

2.

DEAREST TREASURE!

Je

sus! dear

Sa

tan, 'gainst us

^^

est

treas -ure,

Joy

leagu -ing, Rise

of

an

in

fu

-m^E^

-gels,

hope of
to

ly

af-

Si=

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hear

ser

en! Thou hast

us

rich

fright

us

lov'd

Foul temp

ta

wiih

tioas souls

^m

be

W^i

es

to

us

giv

vice

would

in

vito

en.

us.

meas

out

sieg

of

mer

Hear and

help

Full

ure,

ing,

cy,
us,

All

Thy

Prom Thy

full

of

Heart, most

3"
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meek
ten

ness,

Naught

re

der.

Lest

in

fus

weak

l^3HE?i=f^i^

ing
ness

to.

we

our
sur

weak
-

ren

ness,

By

tho

der

In

the

SACRED HEART.
05
Dearest Treasure continued

Heart of Jesus !

^^=3^iJ^EJ--4^E
sua -shine
strong- hold

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of

of

Thy
Thy

sweet -ness

Drooping spir

splen -dor,

Arm Thy

^^^#^
Heart

war!

J-

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its

Je

strength re

dren

for

^^

sus ! throne of

glo

ry

this

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love

Thee

more

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and

more

SACRtD HEART.

106

35 -Heart of Jesus, we are Grateful.


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Thy

SACRED HEART.

107

HEART OF JESUS, WE ARE CRATEFUL-COMTINUEO.

CHORUS.

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Heart of

fold.

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sua,

we "will

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thank

Thee,

We will

love

Thee more and more

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Heart of

^ P^

t
Je

sus,

we will praise Thee, And we'll thank Thee o'er and

f:

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2 Heart of Jesus, Thou hast taught us


How to seek and how to find.

And

that lesson

now

has brought us

To Thy heart so sweet and kind.


What we ask, with faith believing.
Thou hast pledged Thy word to give,
And Thy word is not deceiving,
But the truth by which we live.

-t^

o'er.

P=t

Pf^

3 Heart of Jesus, whilst we waited


For the favors now obtained,

Not a moment had we doubted


That by prayer they'd be gained.
Thou hadst told us that our treasures

Would be found in Thy dear heart.


And we knew that without measure
Thou dost all Thy gifts impart.

SACRED HEART.

io8

36

in that Sweet Sacrament.


TWO-PART CHORUS.

Close Veiled

SOLO

with

From

Sa - era - ment, Our


King un-crowned His

that sweet

in

era-men

- tal

weep. Ye
more, In
doves, shall seek With

an
do

not loved
for us could
1

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Love's price
That our

our treas-ure
lies,
of crowns a - bove,
3 Virgins chaste, breathe bit-ter sighs,
4 agnish
deep it sighed and bled,
5 in Thy Heart a sweet re - pose,
1 Je-sus'

heart,

2 sa-cred head

earth,

cru

Ohl

in

dear - est
glad hearts might
be clothed in
el spear pierced
that ark them
less,

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tes -ta-ment,
flock a - round.

Is

shrouded

in

that

mys

tic

guise;

And crown Him with their fond-est love ;


3 mourning deep, Withdraw your light, ye ra - diant skies;
us His last life's blood was shed;
its core. For
4 thro'
en - close ;
5 cap - tive keep. Our hearts with-in thine own

Our
For
That

Oh!

left His realms of light,


On wings of love to earth He's
lit - tie
is
it
ing Heart, Thy priceless worth, How
sought or
3 all
our soul's dear spouse hath died. For
all His heart with love doth
4 spear, oh, Je-sus, pierced Thy heart. That
we with-in its depths mi = ht
5 Beau - ty an - cient ev-er new,
Thy charms a-las! too late we've
1

JvJ

2 Lov

sus

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SACRED HEART.
CLOSE

VEILED IN

109

THAT SWEET SACRAMENT-CONTINUED.

J^.^=
flown,

us

2 known,
3 burn,
4 flee,
5 known,

bu

Sa

own
draw

us

tis

his

sy

sons

de

of

viour men de =
with love's sweet

no

SACRED HEART.

37

Andnite.

Thou

Art

Hope, Dear Sacred Heart.

My

my hope, dear sacred heart, in all my lone-ly hours, When dead and
my shield, O Sacred Heart, for in temptation's hour, I feel my
Thou art my love, dear Sacred Heart, Thy wounds I fondly kiss, And in thy
Thou

art

2 Thou art
3

r&

<r-,

y-^'

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m-ii

scent-less on my path, are life's most precious flowers Then Heart of Jesus
soul grow faint and weak before an
ev - il power, But calling on Thy
flow - ing blood I
find
a per-fect heavenly bliss,
Oh let the tendrils
!

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of love, I hear Thee beating near, I hear Thee whisper, "weary


blessed Name my soul grows strong again, I cling to Thee sweet Sacred
of my soul still clos-er round thee twine! Let me sweet Heart, in life and
full

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>

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-4

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sweetest
hope
Heart, and Satan's powers
death be thine and
on
soul, thy

i_tz:^z:zz:l^ t-^'
Dear
Sa
cred Heart,
are
Dear
Sa
cred Heart,
Dear
Sa
Heart.
cred
Thine,
IS

here,
vain.

<^_fe?^=

"-'^-i^yE.^y.T
I

PRECIOUS BLOOD

38

Hall

Hail, Jesus,

Who

III
for

Sake.

My

sp
1

Hail,

je

To

end

sweet

be

to
there

Oh,
Ah,

4
5

sus, Hail !
a less
est Blood,
is

^gp

sprink
joy

Who

for

my

ges

let

us

that
led

mid

^-(S^

the
the

The

praise
plore
wells

^
im

can
from

z^w

Ma

:-''

^~~.'9:

(S>-

c?"

it

fel^

lost:
bliss"

divine

m.

er

still.

The

min

Oh,

loud

in

bel's

is

er

life,

my

light,

my
-

blood

ward
for

ters

of

then.

and

^ff^

My

When

be

bless
ed
streams our

While

appease.

Earth's
. . . ,

Whose

And heal the sin vengeance pleads. What Jesus shed

loud

:?2:

all

Sav-iour's Blood,

wrath

raise

"^m

ii

thirst

And
The
The

me;,
sin;,

When

from wrath
Heaven which sin
best
and high
this sweet song

de-

hell's

?2z:

it
all
for
ry's veins didst take. And shed
Blood, whose price could raise The world from wrath and
God, and Heaven restore, Xhe Heaven which sin had
Sa - cred Blood, ex ,- eels Earth's best and high - est
this sweet song we
spair ing cour - age faints

shed
world

pre

And

saints.

:_

ciour
of

Par
don
Of Christ's own

^m^^mm^
-^

Sweet blood from

sake

IZT.

my on

ner's worst

ly

good.

dis-ease,

My

And

life,

my

heal

the

ter-cedesWhat Je - sus
Hurt not the hap - py hearts that shine. Hurt not the
Earth with one might -y cho - rus fill, Earth with one
r(^-

^ i
F

still

in

pfez^il^i^pg

PRECIOUS BLOOD

1X2

HAIL, JESUS, HAIL

WHO FOR MY SAKE-CONTINUEO

^mt^^m^

-'^z:

my

lipht,

sin

shed

hap
might

on

\y

good,

To

all

ler

ni

?=r
-

ty.

If
he
ner's worst dis-easQ,
but bathe therein
in - ter-cedes
For tho^e who wrong Him most. ...
still
py hearts that shine With those red drops of His
praise.
y cho rus fill, The pre cious Blood to
.

i^H^s
38*

Soul of

'^m

-r-

Saviour, Sanctify-my Breast

my

Andante.

?n/
1.

Soul

of

my

Sav-iour, sane

ti

my

fy

dim.

be.

my

sav

ing

Thy bl^sa-ed

dolce.

H^^^
w^^^m
bod -y

breast

Blood

Guest.

of

my

Je

*=-

EE

bathe

in Tliy tiile

^V3sh

me, ye

siis,

?E

tazz^

me

wa

ters,

streaming from His


t-

BLESSED SACRAMENT

113

^^^ip^^^*#i
Wash me,

ye

wa

ters,

slieamtug from His side.

igi??@^
Death of Jesus, soothe my fears :
hear my sighs, regard my tears
O, hide me in TFiy wounds, there may I stay,
And never, never more be turned away,
And never, never more be turned away
Cross

2,

Jesus,

3.

save me from my deadly foe I


me at death from off my bed of woe
And take me to Thyarms to hymn Thy praise,
Among Thy Saintsin heaven thro' endlessdays.
Among Thy Saints in heaven thro' endless days.

Save me,
Call

39^What

Anda

What

Ye

Happiness Can Equal

hap-pi-ness can

I've found the object of my love.


me He dwells, in Him I live:
heav'nly tougu^, Come and with me in praises join;

am my Love's, and He
an-gels, lend

your

qnal mine

Mine?

is

mine

In

i^^^^^Eg^Sii^^ial
My

Je

to me from Heav n above


Andcoald,yeheav'ns,a greater give?
songs,Your sweet, immortal voice to mine.

sns dear, rny King Di-viae,


find
treasures could I

What greater
Come and u-

nite

in

joy

ful

Iscome

initSz^^^^^s^

BLESSED SA'CRAMFNT.

ti4

WHAT HAPPINESS CAN EQUAL MINE

CONTINUED.

^^^Mm^^
He

chose

my

heart (or

-A-

t9=

that I

He there be-comes my daily bread

His abode,

o- ver-flowing source of grace,


had y.^ur burning hearts. To love my God my spouse most dear!

sacred banquet, heav'nly feast

Oh.

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There on me flows His heal-ing Blood There with His Flesh my soul is fed,
Where God the food, and
man the guest, Meet and u-nite in sweet embrace
Oh that He would with flaming darts Raise in my heart a heav'nly fire.
;

40 -In

In

this

this

Sacrament Sweet

Sa-crament, sweet Je-

Thou

sus,

Jesus.

dost give Tiiy Flesh and

15?-

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m-irz-:^^^

-^-'

Blood,

c'-

With

Thy

^m

*^II=}Kl-l1^.

i^^r=?r=^*

soul

and

God head

al

so.

X.

BLESSED SACRAMENT,
IN THIS

"5

SACRAMENT SWEET JESUS-CONTINUEO.

>h

^1

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

116
WHAT LIGHT

holiest

But as

You

will

New

mys

He
be

STREAMINC FROM THE SKIES-CONTrNUEO.

From. His re-splen-dent throne aHe comes in beau - ty and in

love I
y of
heaven a-bove.
His hap-py guest,

ter

in

is

come

virtues

IS

in

shall a

you

A flood of joy shall fill your


Like flowersof spring in goodly

bound,

^^^E^^m

m^mm

mm

The Saviour comes unseen

to dwell. Among the souls He loveth well.


To fill with sweetest peace, and cheerThe hearts His own heart holds spdear

bove,
love,

breast: All earthly cares shall lade a

ground The Lord


,

with you

J-

ail

way, As night before the approach of day.

H is right arm Shall guard your future life from harm

421 am my

r^- myi

m^^^^^^^

g~wv

Andante eapresa

tJ

is

g -^

Love's, and

He

is

3!

^-

mine,

T<S

Love's.

Earth

at

S. N.

tend

#'

Ye Heavens

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Your might y Lord, your KingDivirle

S=l

D.

T-5-

Is

now m^botom's Guest most

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BLESSfeD SACRAMENT.
AM MY

mi
Behold

dear;

^^
s

117

LOVE'S-CONTiNUEO.

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His home within His creature's

makes

(he vast Creator

t^:

-i5

-Gf

i
J IS

breast:

f'H-i-i

realms

of

glo

He

ry

for

fe^

Tis

sakes;

CHORUS.
N

5
my

5=*:

heart Helovesto

-fi/
rest.

m
My

dear

est

r=j

my

Love, I'm

Lord,

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<&

'^mt^^

And

Thine,

my

Thou,

Je_- sus,

art

-tS

My

mme,

all

tS>

IE

.z:
Tit.

^:^Erm ^
heart

for -

ev

cr Thine shall

be

-5

yr
Oh, keep

-5

(5

it,

Je

sus, all

for

Thee.
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s^
fc:^
2

Close lock'd within His fond embrace,


His Sacred Heart reclines on rnine
Its throbbings flood my soul with grace
And rapt'rous love and bliss divine.
;

Lo Ahgels near me hover round.


From opening skies bright legions dart,
!

For Jesus their dear Kingthey've found


Within the Heaven of my heart.

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

ii8

43 Jesus,

my

God.

my

Lord,

:^zr.

'^^^^^m
I

Je

my Lord my God, my

sus.

ifei:

all

How

can

Thee as

f^m'^^m

y~g?

iE^E^IEf:E^=

I love

P|.plljjtl^
ought

And how

re

vere

this

wondrous

gift,

^^

^S^^^E^.

CHORUS.

mmM^m^^m,
far surpassing

hope or thought

Sweet Sacrament!

we Theea-dore,

P^^^P?^^

-%.

make us love

and more

Had 1 but Mary's sinless heart


To love Thee with, my dearest

4 Sound, sound

make us love Thee more and more.

I
!

Soul, and God-head,


mystery of love divine
cannot compass all I have,

Thy Body,

King,

with what bursts of fervent praise


goodness, Jesus, would I sing

Thy

Sig^S^

5?

^S r
Thee more

For

all

His praises higher

Thou

Whose pow'r both men and

angels

all

hast and art are mine

still,

And come, ye Angels, to our aid,


God 'tis God the very God,

Tis

made I

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

44

119

Remember.

Jesus Christ,

Modtvalo.

3:
:-*^fl=4:

10

Je

es
S

sus Christ, re

When Thou

shalt

come a

Thy

shin

f=^-#
:t=_t:

-m

mem-ber,

:%=

Up

gain,

on

heav

the clouds of

e^

en

-t=1=:

ing-

l^-ft-

en

"^r

all

Pif:

\-m-^

With

-^-:M^t^|Eg^=g

train

When

ev'

eye shall see

ry

Thee,

In

De

ty

re

'^~-

'^-E^-i

i^'

-i

zmzuKt.

r-

Who now np- on

vealed,

this

2 Remember, then, O Saviour,


I supplicate of Thee,
That here I bowed before Thee,
Upon my bended knee;

That here
\nd

own'd Thy presence,


Thee deny

did not

Thy g-reatness.
Though hid from human eye.
g-lorify

al

tar

In

si -

lence art

con-cealed.

^PJii^m^i

W-^-^=^-

And

-jc^.

3 Accept, divine

Redeemer,

The homage of my praise.


Be Thou the light, and honour.
And glory of my daysBe Thou my consolation

When

death

is

drawing nigh

Be Thou my only Treasure,


Through all eternity.

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

120

45 -Saving

Largo

Sav-ing Host,

we

Host.

be- foreThee, Trusting

fall

in

Saviour's word

our

s-#

i^-

wm^^^mf^i^
Tbee we own

Lord of

the

glo

ry,

Thee we own bur

Sov'reign Lord

^^^^4
While our

^^

"S^^

vil foes,

fm

con-tend-ing. Threat-en our

P^

Be with heavenly

grace

f
^^"*r^"^r
And
at-tend-ing

pro-tect

celestial hosts attending

With Thy Flesh our souls


Come, Thou source of ev'ry

Warm

are fed.
blessing.

our hearts with love divine.

Thy grace, our souls possessing,


Make us be forever Thine,

Let

us

^ m

P-^

From Thy Father's throne descending


Thou becom'st our daily bread
Midst

ter

nal

loss,

^^

1^

-m

nf

with

ro
Thy CCross
1*=="

BLESSED SACRAMENT

46 When
I

When our Sav

Our Saviour Wished

viour wished to

prove

^^rjt^-^^^g

Ho

Sac

ly

lai

ra-ment.

It

is

the

All

Prove.

to

full

ness

f
E
ih;.
'His

.f
of

w-

here

His burning heart

-1

would to

m
all

its

a-

Thus He speaks with love di-vine,

flames im-part;

Give me, oh

^
=i=

give

^=t

When the dark

and stormy night


with wild affright
the cloudlet where He hides
Soon a ray of comfort glides.
Where the tear of mis'ry falls,
Where the voice of sorrow calls
Still He speaks with love divine,
Give me, oh give me that heart of thine.
6
Fills the soul

i -i

Give me, oh give me that heart of thine.

me thatheartof thine,
i:

-s=F

From

Can the

3!

Ei

Saints' ecstatic flight,

Can the winged Seraphs' might,


To their Lord approach more near
Than do we poor sinners here ?
God Himself we here receive,
Nobler gift He cannot give,
Yet He breathes with love divine.
Give me, oh give me that heart of thine.

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

122

47 My

my

God,

i^^^m^
My

my

God,

my

Life,

Love.

my

Life,

blES

^E^.

ml

TZZ

cJ

^iPl^
come

lo

^m^^
P^=^
from

rae

heav'n

And

bove.

^t^^^==0

gji

be

God

my

my

^^m

^:

-I-

W=t-i

Nli--^

And

All,

*-*^ :^)-="

f=*=

be

God

my

n^y

All

-t--

My

faith beholds Thee, Lord


Concealed in human food,
My senses fail, but in Thy word

I trust

and

find

my
4

Oh, when wilt Thou be mine,


Sweet lover of my soul ?
Jesus dear, my King divine,

My

Come

God.

Oh

come and

Within

my

fix

Thy

o'er

throne

very heart

make it burn for Thee alone,


And from me ne'er depart.

Oh

'

my

heart to rule

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

48 -When

at

123

Altar.

Thy

Modtrato

VV
I.

When

at

T^

-5-

Thy

Al

-3- -*-

tar,

--

Lord,

-5-

^3p

'

*
-5-

And think up-on Thy

kneel

Oh

love,

= Chorus.

make my heart Thy good-ness feel And

cling to

Thee a

bove,

^ ^ii^^li^pfe^^ill^ifei

-:^

r=f

l=l=i
Son

of

bow be-fore Thee,

God, we

Bless-ed Sav-iour

we

5ft

/t

U--^

3-

Son

2.

of

God

we

bow

4.

What

mystery adored,
would this exile be ?

A care

3.

care,

dreary land of strife,


its weight of sorrows bear

Who could

Without his Bread of


I

Life,

Chorus.

-?3-

dare.

for every grief,

Chorus.

Chorus.

woe and

#.

'Mid pain and care a heavenly calm,


A solace and relief.

this

desert land of

My soul here finds a sovereign balm.

Without

-^i

be-fore The, Blessed Sav-iour we Thee a

Oh manna which my sovereign Lord,


In mercy, left for me

a dore Thee,

mm^^^^&
1

j2.

5.

Bread of Angels aid my


When from this world I

To

flight,

soar,

dwell in realms of bliss and light,


for ever evermore

Chorus.

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

124

49-0
Modcralo.

^^^

il^E^
O

I.

Bond of Love.

bond

of

^m

^^

The

nite

!:^,

bJ:

tm
ser

dost

that

love,

^-^sj

vant

lev

his

to

ing Lord

Could

mm
dare live

ai.d

"1:

^m-

S
not

re

l*r

\M

1^1

can

Such

quite

not live

un

love

^
less

^i
to

-M

meas

ured

were

^
Some

prove

p-

tMi

then death

m^
meet

re -ward

^^3EEii
love

for

such

un-

^^m

'-

love,

can

not

live

:t=:

un

less

to

BLESSED SACRAMENT
O Bond

Some

f)rove

LovE-Contlnuca

or

love

125

such

for

un

meas

m^

m':
:p

s*

ured love.

Chorus.
rjzziiz\^

Si:=gz:=^=1^=^i]-Ji:iz.ziz-_zz:*z]=|i;=|3gz:}f|z:5

Bread of Heaven, beneath this

veil

^-

My dearest Uod who dost


!

so bind

MyheaitwithcounllesschainstoThee!

sweetest love, my sovil shall find


In Thy dear bonds true liberty.
Thy self Thou hast bestowed on me,

Thine, Thine forever

I will be.

Chorus.

I( I

have sinned,

this

vengeance tike;

Come pierce this guilty heart of mine.


And let it die for His dear sake.

Who

once expired on Calvary,


Hisheart pierced through for loveofme,

CHORU'i-

BeiovedLordl In Heaven above


Sweet Jesus ; Thou awaiie^t me
To gaze on Thee with changeless love,
This is my hope laid up fof me.
For how canst Thou deny me heaven

Who,

sweetest dart of love divine

here, to

me

Thyself ha ihj^iven!

Chorus.

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

126

50

Lord,

am

not Worthy.

Moderate.
--1-

1-

am

wor

not

l^fEi;

<&

thy

That Thou shouldst come to

r_-z

^rzc^ p -t:=-t:=^|i

::=q=qz=prq =:

'-

Or

fly

by

sin to grieve

Thy sweet

51

00-1

1 :3-

3 Misfhty, Eternal Spirit,

Unworthy

Thee,

Prepare

And

control.

My

shall be.

t__t:-t=t

And humbly I'll receive Thee,


The Brideg^room of my soul,

No more

My spir- it healed

-^

iq-iziq--^
*

=^-t^^=*=f=lM-i^
z^
-i-q

<&-

But speak the words of comfort,

me,

me

tho' 1 be
to receive

trust the

Word

Him
to me.

from His Throne above.

Jesus,

Moderate.

-'^m^- H
-m-0~
1

2
3

My

A ra-diant look casts down on


sus from His throne a - bove,
Lord, rin;; in mj' ear. As strains of softest mel - o voice I'll blend with Heav'n's sweet choir, In hymns of mellow s)'m-pho
Je

Thy words sweet

My

-0-

'

me; And seems to


dy; They raise my
ny,

To

fit

ly

'
,

say with

fond

hope, they calm


praise

;^i

-0:t_

my

Heav'n

It:

est

my
ly

love,

"M}' child pre

fear,

And make me

sire.

Who

deigns to

BLESSED SACRAMENT.
MY JESUS FROM

pare,

long

come

to

thee.'

to

Thee,
me.

go

t'approach
and dwell

with

127

HIS THRONE ABOVE-CONTINUEO.

Saviour come, do not

Then,

this

di-

^
S-

i
'-r-j

And on

Descend wjth speed from Heav'n a - bove,


And at this great and sol - emn hour
I con - se-crate
Thee;
my -self to

lay,

dome,
vine,

O may

^m

^3

Thee
be

and glorious

to

make Thy home,

for

ev

er

7#
day,

Thine,

1^

2Z

this

Im-plor- ing

22-

great

4-

de-

Be - hold me Lord, be-neath


From this day hence my Lord

52Jesus,

Con-sume my heart with Thy pure love.


Within
my young heart's nuptial bower.
In time and

tvN

-*

Jesus,

in

ter

ni

ty.

P-

Come

to

me.

Lento.

Je

^
-

sus,

vzum.

Je

sus,

come

to

me,

O,

i^i
how much

long

for

SACRAMENT

i.ESSED

128

JESUS, JESUS, COME TO ME-CONTINUED.

Ei^l^l^^^ y:^P
Thee! Come, Thou, of all

how

-c2i=z:=i

oft

friends- the
for
sigh

Je

of

pos-ses sion
sus, Je - sus,

my

come

to

S.

=^:
Com

breast,

:^

Come

me.

my

poor

dwell

with

fort

and

_:

soul

dis

in

my

'^_z:

-.^z

n-J

S:

Take

Chorus.

Fine.

best.

Thee!

-ji\--

Empty

is all

worldly joy.
;

the Cross three hours for


didst hangf in agony;
my heart to Thee resign
what rapture to be Thine!

me

--

'0'

'0'

S:^l3

my

my

f2

1-

^:rd:

and a

me

dore,

doth shine,

And press Him


I'll

live

'mi

<9-

<9-

soul

on

:gl-3 E?=E

Jesus do more, Or what greater blessings inipart'O


death Thou art mine, My Saviour, I'm sealed with Thy blood,

could'

In lifeand in

Silence

:^:

On

'0'

e- ter-nity

T^'-

What Could My Jesus Do More

-9'

Ohiwhat

W^

Thou

Ever mixed with some alloy


Give me my true Sovereign Good,
Jesus, Thy Own Flesh and Blood.

530

tressed,
breast.

still

nearer thy heart.

on the flesh of

my

God.

'Tis
In

Till

BLESSED SACRAMENT.

129

WHAT COULD MY JESUS DO MORE-CONTINUED.

-I

here from

~n

_i

i^T5-|

my labour I'll

Jesus triumphant

G^-

t-

Since

rest,

I'll

V v-|

1-

-t9-

:-5f.-i

Je

^^

m ^
^

He makes my poor
In

live,

fer

heart His a

sus triumphant

,
1-

bode,

I'll

die,

0*^m-\

(S)

'-

To
The

-&'

Siz^:

-0-1~
-0-

Him

all

my

-0~
t -0-

1~
-4

cares

I'll

0p-

^
I-^
^

pv
I-

- <&
-.

ad- dress and


speak to the heart of my God.
In His bosom breathe out my las t sig-h.

terrors of death calmly brave

\-

-0-\

-0-

z2zqiiz;

tS-

T"

54

-- -

A
Ve

- -0- -0-

Ave

--

Verum.

-- -,%- -0f

-0- -0-

ve ve-rum Cor-pusna-tum, de Ma-ri - a Vir


re pas-sum, im-mo-la-tum
in cru - ce pro ho

^-#

ly
H--

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?5JC-;t=t=ii"t=*=
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tus per

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^ 0
1

g-i

mi

^-

ra

turn.

-v-

-0- -0-

ne,,

ne,

1
-^ T

HOLY FAMILY

I30

AVE VERUM. Continued

san

gui

Es

ne.

to no-bis prae-gfus-ta

:qTi|--:^z:j=:i=:
-T -J !=
1

in

ex

mi

-0

O
O

ne. ..

tv
1

Je
Je

(--

t^ i^ f-

su

su

dul
pi

CIS,

e,

!-=-

Ma-

h-

tur

su

Je

\-#--- t T

t/

mor-tis....

-0

rl

ae-

1^

-I

55

Happy We, Who, Thus

United.

r"-^
^1

Hap

~2 Je

py we, who, thus u - nit-ed, Join in cheer - ful mei - o - dy,


sus, whose al-might - y bid-ding All ere - a-ted
things ful - fil,

make us pa-tient And o - be-dient, for Thy sake;


n4 Ma - rylthou a-lone wert chos-en To
be Motli-er of thy Lord;
5 Dear- est Mo-ther!make us hum-ble,For thy Son will take His rest
~6 Jos- ephlthou wert called the Father Of thj' Mak er and thy Lord;
7 Suf-fer us
to call thee Fa-ther, Show to us
a
fa-ther's love;
3 Sweet-est In-fant!

Si

z!3:3

ti

E=^^=^1

BLESSEO virgin MARY.

131

HAPPY WE, WHO, THUS UNITED-Continueo.

ly."
ly Fa -mi
ry, Jo-seph, in the ." Ho
ing Je - sus, Ma
on earth in meek sub-jec - tion To His earth-ly par -ents' will,
be chaste and gen - tie, All our storm-y pas-sions break.
Teach us to
^Thou didst guide the ear - ly foot-steps Of the great In car-nate Word.
In
the. poor and low
ing Of an hum-ble sin-ner's breast.
ly dwell
**
Thine it was to save thy Sa-viour From the cru -el He-rod's sword,

""

Prais

> Lives

Lead

us

safe

from ev'

ry dan

ger Till

we meet

in

heaven a-bove.

m^

1^)--^^:

CHORUS. Animato.

s s=i
s (- -

Sr-A-

Je

sus,

To

Ma

ry,

Jo

the pro- mis -es

-S2

56 Holy

seph, help us, That

that bind us

the "

Ho

t^

^-

Queen

To

we ev

We

er true

may

Fam

ly

- i

Ho

ly

Queen! webendbe

ly."

^=^

Bend Before Thee.

mm

4rI

be

--fore

thee,

Queen of pu

ri

ty

di-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

^2

HOLY QUEEN

^^=1
vine

WE BEND BEFORE THEE-Continuco.

f^^iLlM^^m

Make

us love

thee,

weim

plore thee,

Makeustru

ly to

be

^^

CHORUS.

pf^^.^^f^E^^
oth

er,

How the prize

to

oflife

-^
win.

2:

^
2 Thou, to whom a Child was given
Greater than the sons of men.

3 O,

Coming down from

To

highest heaven
create the world again

that Almighty Maker,


thyself, a Virgin borf
the supreme Creator,

O, by
Link'd with thee

by

Whom

the hope thy name inspires


reversed through thee,
Help us, Queen of Angel choirs I

By

By our doom

To a

blest eternity

foi'

'

evermore

>

BLESSED VIRGIN

MARV^.

133

67 Hail,

DUET.

Heavenly Queen.
N

heavcQ-ly ^ueenl

Hail,

WWW
1
-

foam

Hail,

^i?^^

J:

i
O

be

our guide,

-IT

dif

fuse

coan star

^m
^^

thy beams a

far;

^mm
N-f-

Hail,

God

Mo-ther of

m^

^rti
bove

all vir

0^--

-^

^-

gins blest,

mi^^^^m

^.j^
^ai

-3z

^-

-r^

if*-

happy

Hail,

of hcav'n's

gate

ter

nal

mi

F^T-CTtg

rest.

-4*'

CHORUS.

mP

Hail,

M:

foam

-4-W

^-

g=g
o

ceanstarl

tea

Hail,

heav"n-ly

wm

d-^-^
Queen

'

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


HAIL.

HEAVENLY QUEEN-CONTIHUED.

^i*^

"

Hail, full of grace," with Gabriel we repeat


Thee, Queen of hea%'n from him we learn to greet

Then give us peace which heax'^'n alone can give.


And dead thro' Eve, thro' Mary let us live.
3

O break our chains, our


O give us light, and let

captive souls release


our darkness cease;

Let ev'ry ill that preys upon our hearts,


Fly at Thy voice which every good imparts.

4 Our lives unstain'd, in purity preserve


Nor e'er permit our ways from truth to swerve,
That when our time has rolled its rapid round,
We may, with Christ, in heav'nly bliss be crown'd.
;

68^-0

AndantCt

i^^^i^i^i

3:
1

To

^'

pur

crea

of

est

ners

what

wor ship
So
4 Deep night has

we
come

MEBl

Purest of Creatures.

sin

com God
down

d^^=d.

tures

sweet

Mo

to

in

these

an rude

on

us,

Mo

-J.

ther, sweet

fort,

lat

.J.

found

less

womb

one creature

^t-

wherein

un

ship

we

Jesus,

our

more

than

ever

the

ter

:|:

^^^W^:i
I
-

therl deep

-^-

spot

what

gels
-

Je

fall -

Love,
guide

sus

en

when
of

was
on

we
Thy

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

135

PUREST OF creatures-Continued.

Dark night hath


One spot \yhere

laid,

earth.

light

won der

His

praise

For the dark

er

His

out

be

Thy

MJJ

beau

for

of

of
ti

troub

ther,
-

led

grace-

in

the

the

night

is,

the- bright -er

Spi

J J J
d=i

i^^

Thy

shin

thy

sWn

clear shin

ful

Mo

un

ful

f-

The depth
be,
Thee, The gift

us,

rit

--^.

Look

on

Mz

we

down

come

shin

gifts

J-

He

-J-

and
could

gave
should

J-

?-=F^ I

ing,

sweet Star

of

the

Sea.

ing,

sweet Star

of

the

Sea.

ing,

sweet Star

of

the

Sea.

ing,

sweet Star

of

the

Sea.

J. .i

.J.

J-

l~P=P^:EE^

59 Dally,

Sing

Daily,

to

Mary.

Moderato

^^IJ^*^^^
^^i^^^i^^g^^
I

Dai

ly,

dai

ly

sing to

Ma

ry,

Sing,

my

soul,

herpraii5-es

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


136
DAILY, DAILY SING TO MARY-CONTINUEO.

A
^N
due:

All

her feasts, her

^^FP^

actions wor

f-

ship, With the heart's


P-

-f

f^m^^^^f^m

f-

de

-f-

vo-tion

-^ -^

tm=^=m
Lost in

true.

fess'd

wond'ring con-tem-pla

r^ Mo

Call her

lion,

call

her Vir

ther,

gin.

jes-ty con-

1^8

M^^f=H^tiH=
;

Be her Ma'-

Hap py

Mo

ther. Virgin blest.

:||

She

is mighty to deliver
Call her, trust her lovingly
When the tempest rages round thee,
;

calm the troubled sea.


Gifts of heaven she has given,
Noble Lady to our race
She, the Queen, who decks her subjects
With the light of God's own grace.
She

will

my tongue, the Virgin's trophies


Who for us her Maker bore.

Sing,

For the curse

of old inflicted,

Peace and blessing to restore.


Sing in songs of peace unending.
Sing the world's majestic Queen
not nor faint in telling,
All the gifts she gives to men.

Weary

All our joys dp flow from Mary ;


All then join her praise to sing

Trembling sing the Virgin Mother,


Mother of our Lord and King.
While we sing her awful glory,
Far above our fancy's reach,
Let our hearts be quick to offer
Love alone the heart can teach.-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY


137

6Or-0

sOLO.

blest

blest for e'er the Mother.

for e'er the Moth-er,

And Vir

grace,

-m.

oyr God, our broth -er.

CHORUS.

The sav

iour of our

race.

^i^^^m
*i:
Je

sus,
t<

low

Who

^-h_jv

^^i^&^m
f
bore

of

gin full

Sweet

=*:

^i^^S^^S

be-fore Thee,

We bend

in fear

and

love,

N-

t-*

f4=gj^g^
:5=^*EEii
grant

we

may

a-dore

f^S^W t

Thee

In

Thy

bright realms a-bove.

^
2 Pure as the light of heaven,
In meekness nearest Thee,
'Tis Thou hast Mary given,

Our

guide, our friend to be.

Chorus. Sweet Mother, tears are falling.


From hearts that love Thy Son
Then hear thy children calling

On

thee,

and bless tbv own.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

138

61 'TIs
80L0-

^.SzSl
I

'Tis the

the

Month of our Mother.

mm

jUnesioso.

Moth-

month of our

er,

The blessed and beautiful

days,

MsE=E3==^s=gai=siifefgi

pMmmm^^s^^Mm
When

our

lips

and our

spi

rits

Are glossing with love and with

praise.

'^^'==^=^E^^mE^^^M
CBonvs.

\^r^
All

^^^&m

m
to

hail!

dear

Ma

The guardian

^^
^^^^^4
ry,

of

the fair

est

of

Queens, Be

Oh

uhat peace to her children,


'Mid sorrows and trials to know,
That the love of their Mother
Hath ever a solace for woe.
!

of seasons, sweet

Mav

m^^mm

|gft?=^
2

the fair-est

way,

me^

^\LL

To

our

And what joy to the erring,


The sinful and sorrowful
That a

soul

trust in her guidance


Will lead to a glorious goal.

4 Let us sing, then, rejoicing.


That God hath so honour'd our race,
As to clothe with our nature,
Sweet Mary, the Mother of grace.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

62-Mother Of God We

Gmsiosa.

^4-^^

%t-

-4-j
I

Mo-therofGod

n.

f=t:
I

NN

we

i
^

^^ta

ri

N-

Thron'd

thy heart!

hail

It:
I

Thy Heart

Hail

-g^hzt

,i-^-g-

139

in the a-7ure

SF^^

^^

&-

...
~'S#
and widew'ithin ilscharm,.
.

While

skies:

-far

|^^^^^=Q1^

The

haill

God's dear de-light

Bia
?

all

home, our home is

Our

hail!

hail, all

*=i!
^it'*

-&

mi^^^mm

deep

ia

thee,

ter

nal

ly,

ter

nal

i
ly

^^

rs
2

Mother of God, from out thy heart


Our Saviour fashioned His
The fountains of the Precious Blood
Rose in thy depths of bliss.
;

Mother of God, when near thy Heart.


The unborn Saviour lay,
JHe taught

it

how

to burn with love,,


astray-

For sinners gone

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

I40

MOTHER OF COD, WE HAIL THY HEART-CONTIKUED


4

Mother of God, He broke thy Heart,


That it might wider be

And

yet the lowliest child on earth


Is welcome there as \?eli

Th,it in the vastness of its love

There might be room

for

me.

63 Hail

Hail, Vir

gin, dear

Dearest Mary.

Virgin,

CHORUS.

Mother of God, thy Heart hath height


On which God loves to dwell

est

Ma

ry

LAMBILLOTTE.

Our

S* ^^^^

love

^^

Queen of May,

ly

^E^E^i-^iEE^i

S:

Fine.

spot
''ip-

bless

less

La

ed

dy,

Our

love

eg
1

Thy

children

Queen

ly

-#

of

-#:

bend-ing, sur-round thy shrine so

humbly

t
May

-*-

-<

dear; With

gny

b3=E

ig
D.S.alflnc.

4-

-4-

heart and

-4-

'

voice

fS^S

i
as

f=^==t0- #

m}

f=f

P^-JJ-J^

"

"

1--

-;;^-pp
cend

ing,

Sweet Mary

hear our

Behold earth's blossoms springing


In beauteous form and hue T~

From gay and

All nature gladly bringing


Her sweetest charms to you.

And now, our

We haste

prayer. Hail,

verdant bowers

to

crown thee now.

blessed Mother,

Smile on our festal day


Accept our wreath of flowers,
And be our Queen of May.
,

3 We'll gather fresh, bright flowers,


To bind our fair Queen's brow ;

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY


of

64-Joy

SOLO.

My

Heart!

Let

I4I

Me

Pay.

wm
I

my

Joy cf

heart

me

let

To thee thme own

pay....

sweet month of

m^'^sm^^^^^^^^^^-i
I

-1

fj

May.

-=!-;.

fj

Direct

beg of

thee,

My soul from sin

m^
and sor-row

^3=|]^3^gp^g:^:^g=^

"^^^m
free,

Ma-ry onegift

my

^TJH:

wand'ring

w
feet

.5.

right.

.51.

.^

And be

i^P

thy-self my

own

true light

^^E^^iiiE^^Si

^i-f

CHORUS.
H__

=i
Be

sire;

love

of thee

the purging

Mother, be love of thee a

fire.

ray

To cleanse for God

my heart's do

From heav'ntoshowtheheavT.ward way.

^ii^Jiii

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

142

JOY OF MY HEART
2

LET

Mary, make haste thy child lo win


From sin and from the love of sin
Mother of God let my po'or love
A mother's prayer and pity move.

when

come

M-iry,
thou, thy spouse,

Be

Mary

let

and Jesus nigh.


stand.
;

no child of thine,

65

Mo

ther

2 Earth

is

dark

Ma

some, we

ny

call

up

bless

us,

rious

4 Bless!

on
set

mat

once

thy

chil

teth

snares

dren
for
in

hood, strong
the dark
earth

from

on

now

all;

youth
;

high
are
thee

Down

heav

en

wea

ry,

Mo

and

Gath - ered
Pray for

gaze,

trod

dear wounds that Jesus bore.


tears to shed with thee.

me

From High Heaven.

Glorious Mother!
SOLO Andante.

Glo

five

give

Beneath the Cross on Calvary.


Chorus.
One more request and T have done ;
With love of ihee and thy dear Son.
More let me burn, and more each day.
Till love of self is burned away.

Id hell's eternal exile pine.

upon

Write on

Chorus.

Oh

my whole life long


my wayward tongue.
my heart's most secret core

love of thee,

seal

The

to die,

When mute before the Judge I


My holy shield be Mary's hand

Be

ME PAY-CONTINUED.

Some in
And when

ther

Sa
1

ver,

in
us,

age,

dy

up

thy

own

in

ten
ten
waft

ing,

tan

Some
Thou

in

who

loved
-

der
der
our

:zc2

CHORUS.

sea

Ma

child
spi

son, Th< e
ry Pray
!

hood. All
rits

To

to bless,
to
Je
lov in

the

bo

^=m^=m

sweet

^^^^^

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


GLORIOUS MOTHER

Ml

on

thy al

^-w=m'2i.

J:

tars

143

FROM HIGH HEAVEN-CoNTINUED

Bloom the

fairest

buds

of

O may

May;

^lill

^"iB

i- S

>i

ii^l^^^l^^iSil
II
!

^=r

r
r
r
we, earth's sons and

daugh-ters,

66

Grow by

grace, as pure

they

:f=p:

2^^-.

Her Smile Makes Heav'n Rejoice.

Ah,

Sii^^E^^^

:^^.

Ah, her smile makes heav'n re - joice,


2 Christian, though your storm toss'd bark
1

eta_z:5

^-=

glisten,

linger,

Can you

an -gels at her
call

-(S>-

On

saints

to

the sea

still

a!:

iiE^^J^

^^ii

-=^=^-S=E5^5335^
Ev-en

Eyes of

=1

--^

-i

f^iJ"*^
--s^ -qiqZH^=r--=z^=|.

fe

as

the

way

voice

too dark,

Hush their harps


Shown by Ma -

to
ry's

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

144

AH, HER SMILE

MAKES HEAV N REJOICE

CONTINUED

n-t^f^g-z^
lis -

ten.

fin -

ger?

t^T-

And

tlie liijht

of

Ma

Adds a

r}"s eyes.

She

Tim-id soul where'er you are.

will

bliss to Par - abe your guid-ingl=2r.

dise. Keep your joys, oh, ye un-seen,We would wish no oth-er


Star, In her presence nothing harms, Tempest may not smother,

^P=

-ff-f:

An-g-els,

Throw your

^H^

-=l'

-^ F5ej

i^,i<
you may call her Queen You can-not call her Mother,
self in-to her arms, You cannot doubt ^our Mother.

Mother

Marj-,

we

^--^^
3^:
fF^:
Let us thine

turn to thee

!ii=ie:i:

own

true children be.

Mother Ma-ry,

'^^^m^
;^

^J-mT^r-*-

Bl^
> H-

to thee,

4=

^-

^^=s

:5'-zz!
turn

we

Let

us

thine

own
_

true child

m^^^^^m
!

:^___=l

ron be.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

67 Mother
:t3

Of Mercy, Day By Day

^=^-

^=*' 1

S=:t=t=^
Mo-ther

mer

of

S;
Mi

My

daj',

more

and

love

7^-

Thy

more,

gifts

-si-

strewn

are

up-

-.^^

:^=i:

of

:^

-^=^-^ ?EES-:^i:

3^-

zt-z^-^z

by

?=2:

3,

thee grows

day

cy,

:=i:

<!=3
-Si-

145

:^-

r^=
on

-<Si-

i=^
my

Like

way,

sands
I

up

- m.

:t=-t

^-^

on

:^

-s;^

^g^i:
shore, Like

mz

--^-

2 Thy love

for

One

great

=iSiP^

sands

up

on

the

great

sea

know

shore

i ^:
me

sea-

-^
ic^i

si-

its

worth,

Get me the grace

Oh, it is all in all to me;


For what did Jesus love on earth
II

the

half so tenderly as thee:||

II

-s:^

to love thee more,


Jesus will give if thou wilt plead;
And Mother, when life's care are o'er,
Oh, I shall love thee then indeed":||
:

4 Jesus, when His three hours were run,


Bequeathed thee from the Cross to me,
And oh how can I love thy Son,
Sweet Mother, if 1 love not thee?:))
||:
!

:^==-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

146

68

Flower Of Grace, Divinest Flower.

^^^^^^m^
1

O flovv'r of grace^ di-vin-est

flow

God's light thy

er!

Of

2 Choice flower that bloomest on the breast

^?=S
dow'r

Tiiat

rest,

As

m^^

life,

SL-^
God's love thy

Je-sus, that

is

now thy

j-i=W=*i=*

a-lone with vir-gin ray.


thine was once the chosen bed

Dost..

all

tt=ff:

-t-tq-:

Of..

-f^E-t?^

&h
make

in

heav'n eternal Ma}':

Sweet

His dear Heart and sacred Head;

falls

0,Mary

the peerless dig-ni-ty


sweet it is to see
!

Of
Thy

:e_P:

-I

-I

I-

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BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

147

FLOWER OF GRACE DIVINEST FLOWER- CONTINUED.

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O Mo-ther mine
pure
O Mo-ther mine
pure!

Light of earth, and joy of heav-en;May love and


Light of earth, and joy of heav-en;May love and

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CHORUS

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be ev
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er iuthine.

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Heart of Je-sus

is

thy bow'r.

Where angels come not thou Mary art,


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BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

148

Come

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CHORUS

And Chant The

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thy lov-ing

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To claim from thee a

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Oh

teach us love of Jesus,

Teach us love of thee

Obedient, patient, pure and mild,


May we ever be.

And when this life is ended.


Be thou at our side;
As now we fondly trust in thee
In thee we'll then confide.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


149

700

Andante.

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Mater Admirabilis.

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life,

our hope

most

sweet,

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er

guide,

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wan

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Uq

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til

in heav'n

we

meet,

our

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

150

MATER ADMIRABILIS-CONTINUED.

0^m ^

fi^a
Ma

ter

mi

ra

The

and wond'rous sweetness,

rare

71-The

_.
1

The

Save

The

our

joy.

proclaim

thatis blended with thy

name.

...

she prays,
the Lord

while
not,

spouse

of

Is

Day

O'er.

-^

o'er,
day IS
one who, wake

4 Fear
5

our hope

life,

-s-

O Mater Admirabilis, protect our lives from sin,


That in the Heart of Jesus a resting place we win.

Andante,

tr

our

bi-lis,

O Mater Admirabilis, no language can

ad

--5

the

in

se

her

rene

lone

beam

ing

ly dwell

ing,

ly

be

is

with thee, thou art chos - en


Queen of earth andheav-en!

God,

moon

ful

hold the

si

lence brok-en;

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In

sil

Of

Ju

She

ver

light.,

da

born,
look

starts -

The

Vir

gin

Ho

ly

Mo
Mo

hath
a

field

Stem

of fear

ther of
-

ther of

and

for

ofjes

est

drest

se's

rod

o'er-spreads her face


to be;
tliy God
th'In-cnr

nate

Word

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY


THE DAY

^m

-0-

A
A

thous-and

Vir

She

hears

gin

till

many a

heart

In

mark ^d

^c

ipii^

are

ling stars

pure
then

all

oth

to

mor

in

sin

gen

ers

far

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ears

and

guilt

thy an

gleam

tly

ex -eel

un

tal

cents was

151

ER-CONTINUED.

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And

IS

spok

now

froz

swer giv

J^

ing

ling

en

en,

en

^
The

world

is

Up

lifts

her

Those
Shall

words of
melt be

Be

hold the

hushed.
heart

love:,.

neath
wil

. .

. .

..
.

and

all

in

tran

Hail,

the
ling

Ma

to

is laid
-

rest.

God.

quil prayer to

of

ry, full

grace !

Sun - beam born of


the
hand - maid of

thee.

Lord.

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w-t

CHORUS.
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Hail,

full

'

of

grace

(
!

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ve

3
Ma

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full

of

grace!

ve

Ma

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ri

a.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

72-How
SOhO

How

Pure,

And White.

Frail

jtJodcrato

How

how

pure,

frail

The

and white

snow

drops

J.

i^fcb-^
--|- J

^-

PJ^^^igi^^i^l

sc^

Ga

shine,

a gar-land bright

ther

For

Ma

ry's

iii^
CHORUS. Animato.

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ii

zE:^

shrine.

Hail,

Ma- ry

J^

Hail,

Ma- ry, Queen of

^^m

^
2

ZIZHHZL

place our snow-drop wreath

For on this blesstid day


She knelt at pray'r.
When lo before her shone
^n angel fair.

Here

3 Hail,

Mary

Lisp

Mary

us

re-

it

many

Broken with

a heart

grief.

In that angelic prayer

Has found

relief.

^-5?-

9'

at

her

feet.

infant lips

to-day.

Mary with
The dying say,

Hail,

4 Hail,

let

;^i
j^

"^m^i

And

peat.

heav'n

faint smile.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

73-Ah

What A

Moderate.

?
I

Ah!

what

Mo

S3:

Dear Mothjgr.

Joy,

joy, dear

be

in

heav-en

near

I #
1

thee

*
-

Heav'n

ly courts

years.

Our

hap

py

dorn

^^^mm
eyes

nal

is
spot-less

%^% 3=

0-

^mm *
den,

-.*:!_.

p-

ter

Bright

ly-

Mai

to

i^

m.

Thee

ther.

iif^

And

see.

:3:^r

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I

I53

to

Fn:=FFt

greet;

ine

^
W
^
For

end -less

Joy

of

the

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

X54
AH

WHAT A

JOY, DEAR MOTHER-Continued.

DjC.

Tit.

^:E^-

ga^^s
day

When

we

in heav'n shall meet.


-ig-^(2-

H&-

3 Joy of the ransomed,


Saints thy love proclaiming.

2 God's love around thee


Clothes thee with a splendor
Eye hath not een
Nor heart of man conceived ;
God's blessed angels
Their fond homage render,

See in thy smile


love of thy dear Son,
Love that redeemed them,
Grace that e'er sustained them.

The

Till the long strife

Sing evermore

The work

CHORUS.

On

in thee achieved.

74 My

earth

was hap'ly done.

Own Dear Mother Mary.

Allearo.
Ucqro.

J
My own dear Mo

ther

Ma

ry,

Oh,

list,

while

I re

peat

^^^H

^^g

fe^^
child

like

SE^

lov

ing

ac

cents,

Thy name O Ma-ry

sweet

-m^mfmm

With

-x jf-

feLESSED VIRGIN

MARY

155

MY OWN DEAR MOTHER MARY -Continued,

my heart it wak

in

Such

ens,

ten

My

der thoughts and blest,

ig^^
soul, this world for-sak

^W^

Mo

name, Oh,

ther

izfe:

would rest. Thy

ing, Be-fore thy throne ...,-

Ma

ry,

mu

is

sic

to

my

soul

g:

The cherubim are praising


Thy beauty and thy grace,
And heaven is all illumined
And ravished with thy face!
Thy name. O, Mother Mary.
Is

music to

my

3 Dear Mother,

Of

Oh

am weary

be with angels near me,


That I the prize may win.
Thy name. O, Mother Maxy,
Is music to my soul.

soul.

75Joy!

daily strife with sin,

Joy! Tlie

iVIother

Comes.

Allegretto.

?: -^''M^'
.S=^:b:^_-

Joy

>:

joy

the

Mo-

ther

Z^

?eI
comes

And

in

her

arms

she

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

156
JOY

JOY

i^i

THE MOTHER COMES-Continued.

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3^^

The

brings

of

Light

the

all

The

world,

ig

7^

of

the King

Christ,

P^

*V-

And

kings; ....

^^

her heart

in

the

i0^^^^^m^^^
while

All

si

m
--=^

ia

'

her heart

lent

she

My

^g

the

while..

And

sings,

All

si

lent

ly

i
she

sings.

i=S
2 Saint

Joseph follows near,

With food of prophecy


But, see the shadows pass,
The world's true Light draws nigh.
;

In rapture lost and love,


While angels'round about,

||:

In glowing circles move


And o'er the Mother broods
The Everlasting Dove.
;

II:

:)|

3 There in'the temple court,


Old Simeon's heart beats high

And Anna feeds her

soul

God O Christ
Light most beautiful
Thou comest, Joy of joys
All darkness to annul
Infant

I[:

And

brightest lights of earth,

Beside

Thy

Light are dull.

:\\

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


157

.76-

Hail,

Thou Star Of Ocean.

Allegretto.

of

Hail, thou Star

own Mo

cean, God's

ther

blest,..

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er

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less

gin,

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sweet

that

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in

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us,

riel

came,

bE^

Chang

ing

va's

721

name

^^^^^

Break the captive's

give day
evils from us

Freed from guilt preserve

Chase all
For all blessings pray.
;

Meek and undeliled.


Keep our life all spotless.
Make our way secure.
Till we find in Jesus

Show thyself a Mother


May the Word divine,
;

for us thine Infant,

Hear our prayers through

-^-

3 Virgin all excelling,


Mildest of the mild,

fetters,

To the blind

Born

rest

heav'n-ly

Eii^Efe^
I

mm

Peace con -firm

of

:pfe^j^^

m^m W^W
ing

Gate

thine.

Joy for evermore.

us.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY,

I5S

77 Mary,

Mother; Shield Us Through

fefe

5=5^^
I

Ma-

Life*

irg
Mo

ry,

ther

us

shield

through

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m
Pro

life..

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,.

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from

us

tect

22

the

cean'S strife

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the

wild

bid

sea

tern

cease

pesis

5-1-

S^
we

Through thee

reach

the

ej*

shores

in

T^t^-

i-,/

peace.

P^PiH iiiii-i^
m:Em^^^m
we

Through thee

shores

in

peace.

O Mother dear. O Virgin blest,


Our footsteps guide till death's long
Sweet morning Star, when life is o'er
Then land us on the eternal shore.

Star of the m.iin, beneath thy veil


Clinging to thee, we safely sail.
4

the

reach

rest.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


Assumption August

iS-UnfoM,

Unfold,

Duet.

Un-fold, un

fold,

z&zl^g:

15tii.

Ye Golden Gates of Heaven.

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ye gold -en gates of

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The moon be-neath, her crown twelve stars

the shin-ing host.

all

She comes the Queen of

heav-en,

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159

of ev

en,

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Chorus.

tr
The sun a

bove

:^

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-IS-

in her great glo -ry

lost.

The Cher-u

bim

and Se

ra-

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phim and heaven's hosts

:^:
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now

swell the glad

re

That

frain,

:^:
-IS-

Ma -ry

f-

> k
r
k!
1

-is-

'^

Our Mother Ma-ry, Queen of Heaven shall reign, Queen of Heaven

^
:^=:

lov'd

shall reign.

"-s"-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

'6o

UNFOLD, UNFOLD, YE GOLDEN GATES OF HEAVEN

Continued.

Behold her Son, delighted has gone down


iMother. taintless from her birth,
She forward glides, while glory from her crow:
Streams on her exiled children here on earth.

To meet His

Mother of Jesus, hail our heavenly Queen,


Ten thousand harps swell thro' the azure dome,
O blessed Earth where one so fair was seen
More blessed Heav'n, to which our Queen has come.

Hail Mary, Queen of mercy, grant our Lord


look with pity on thy children here,
That humbly trusting in His holy word.
Our souls at last may in thy courts appear.

May

Obtain for us thy rare humility,

That every act may spring from God's pure Love,


Then all thy glory we may hope to see,
Where he assumed thee in His home above.

79_Mother

Dear,

Pray For Me.

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1

Mo-ther dear,

an

der

in

pray for

fra

me

?l^^

Whilst far from heav'n and thee

gile bark,

O or

lifi-'s

tom-postuous soa,

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f =}

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L1?zz=:izpi

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


MOTHER

I6i

PRAY FOR ME-Continued.

DEAR.

m^m.

Vir

gin

Mother, from thy

throne,

So bright

in bliss

Pro-

bove,

=11

tect

thy

child

and cheer

wmm

my path, With

thy sweet smile

S0m

Mo-ther

dear,

re-mem

ber

me,

And nev

W3.
2

care,

1^1

heaven

ter

nal

ly,

Thy

E'er tempt thy child to wander far


From Virtue's path away.
When thorns beset life's devious way,
And darkling waters flow,

Then. Mary, aid thy weeping child.


Thyself a mother show.

love

and

bliss

O pray for me
Should pleasure's siren lay.

Mother dear,

thy

^
-~1
r-^-A

in

cease

er

love.

^l^ifl^PP

5g:
Till

of

i'^

share.

ii

-Vi^

Mother dear, O pray for me I


When all looks bright and fair,
That I may all my danger see.
For surely then 'tis near.

mother's pray'r
If prosp'rous

how much we need

be the ray

That paints with gold the flow'ry mead,

Which blossoms

in

our way.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

I62

80 Daughter

^m

of a Might)(

mm^^

'^^
I

of

Daugh-tcr

mighty

Father.

Fa

thcr.

Maiden

pa

tron

of the

^_^EE^EP^JE^-E^^^

2^-1^
^^i^r

iipplSilSiiipp
May, An-

gel

forms around thee ga-ther:

Ma-cu-Ia nonest

in

P^-:^JEE^E^E^ig^^ m
Ma

cu

non

la

est

in

te,

f-

V^ifgzg:
flfzi^i^z^^

cu

la,

non

est

Ma

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Ma

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cm.

pr^iiSpi^Jpp^ii

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te,

te.

in

Mother of the Son and Saviour,


Of the Truth, the Life, the Way,
Guide our footsteos, calm our passions.

te,

cu

la

noa

in

est

=j--^

Ma-cu-la non

est in

te.

:^

3 Spouse of the Eternal Spirit,


Blossom which will ne'er decay,
Let us but thy love inherit.

4 Daughter, Mother, Spouse of Heaven,


Listen to our earnest lay.
Sweetest gift to man e'er given.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

8m-Ave

DUET.

mm
O

ra

Au

di

pro

Ma

Sanctissima.

no

bis

ri

a!

163

'Tis

And

Pi

night
take

=F=*
on
the

fall

us

to

thy

i
sea.
care.

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Watch

mz

us
while sha - dowslie
thou whose vir - tues shine

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Far

With

i=Z

the

wa

ter spread^

bright-est

pu

ri

o'er

ty,

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

1 64

AVE SANCTISSlMA-CONTINU0.

BP^^gpi^iipPi

Whis per of hcav'n to faitli o


.
Our hearts with pleas-ure fill./ ^'^'^^^ Mother.
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.....

sweet Mo-lher. hear.

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^^^i^pi
cuonvs.

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ra

no

pro

bis,

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The wave must rock our

sleep,

W^

^^m
O

Ma

ra

ter.

star

ra,

of

the deep.

Wb

a^^^

CUORUS.

82

^^
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-0 Dearest Mother Of Mercy.


f%

dear

,n-

Mo

ther

ty bright

and

est

of

mer

cy,

Gen

tie

and

Ho

m^M^:

Queen,

mm

Beau

se

rene,

O may we

pm^

one day in

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

i65

DEAREST MOTHER OF MERCY-CONTINUED.

^ZA

mm

iit^
rv; Bless

glo

S5
face,

Dehoid

Mo

ther

of

grace,

Be-hold

most sweet

thy

^^^m^^k^^
Oiy most

sweet

Be

face.

thy most sweet

hold

SOLO.

Ftne.

^-"

-ed

n-

face.

All hail

our ad

mi

ra

g^ppp

ble

Mo

^^^3^ *
an-gels and

men

Noneaf-ter

sing her praise:

Je

sus

D.

^PW^^
bove

2 Protect

and hear

her.

For

us, gentlest

her should be

Mary,

From on high hear our humble cries


On us that mourn and weep in mis'ry,

turn thy mercy's tender eyes.

the

Let

m^m

ll^i^g

=1-

-^

tliTr,

sweetest

is

C alflne.

lays.

clement, sweet and pious Mary,


thou of whom our Lord was born,
Show us thy Son to make us happy.
When life at last is from us torn.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY,

i66

83Andatite,

Mother Mary, At Thine

Altar.
Jq:

rt
I

Mo-lher

Ma

thine al

at

ry

tar

We

mmm

With

lov

thy

-^0

ing child-ren

fal

terTo

thy goodness

ll^^^S^^^^i

^^:
fj

peal.

We

are seek

ing for

^m

ap

=P^=

-^^H

Thou wilt love us, thou wilt guide


With a mother's fondest care
And our Father, God above us.
;

Bids us fly for refuge there.


Life's temptations are before us,
We must mingle in the strife ;
If thy fondness watch not o'er us,
All unsafe will be our life.
3 So we take thee for our Mother
And we claim the right to be
By the gift of our dear Brother,
Loving children unto thee
;

we

a Mo-ther O'er the earth so waste and wide;

And fromofftheCrossour Brother Points to Mary by His side,

00

S^

'^^^S"'-^^

that can-not

faith

us

1^
sidej

And our humble consecration^


Thou wilt surely not 2spise,
From thy high and lofty station
c'

Close to Jesus in the skies.


4 Mother Mary, to thy keeping
We ourselves to thee confide,
Toiling, resti^ig, waking, sleeping.
To be ever at thy side.
Cares that vex us, joys that please us,
Life and death we trust to thee
;

Thou wilt make them all


And for all eternity.

for Jesus.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

84-Heart Of Mary,

167

Heart The Purest.

Andantino.

^tE^SL^^EppE
Ma
I

Heart of

ry, heart the

pur

Blest

lum who

sy

se-cur

ershrin'd in

est. All

m
^^

Blest

Ev

mor

tal

tec

tion claim.

frame;

Em^^

fi-r

s:

est,

who

thy pro

p i^^

^^mg^^^^^

sy

lum who

se-cur

All

est,

who

thy

pro

tec

tion claim.

m^^0^3^^^^

Hear the prayer of one whose weakness


Most demands.a Mother's care
;

One

to

whom

all

thy looks,

Counsel hope forbid


4

meekness,

despair'.

Round me tempests gath'ring lower.


As I tread life's desert way
And a foe in matchless power.
Marks me for his destined prey,

To some

spot where ne'er might hover


Danger's shadow, I would flee ;
where that spot discover.
But, ah
Where, ah Mary, but in thee ?
1

85The

Star Of The Ocean

Is

Risen.

Allegretto.

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SEg

:^=g
of

the

The Star
Ah what

is

this

Oh

of the

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:hz

Star

T-

mm^^^

o
Plan

cean

is

et

so

sea

do

il

ns
beam

lu

en,

And

ing.

That

mine

^^

My

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


i68
THE STAR OF THE OCEAN

IS

RISEN-CONUNUEO.

Yon bark with a


With heav - en-ly

sweet - ly reflects on. the tide;


die a - way
it the
rest
near
course with this bril-liant
ray;

swift gale is
lus - tre is
flame past er rors con-

In thy

And soon it shall reach


Andchang-es our night
Ah, teach mefromthee

the green side,.


in -to
day ?.
ne'er to
stray.

mmm^m

feEE-^

To
This
Thus,

which
beau
thus

the bright star

ti

shall

ful

Plan

seemed
-

reach

to

et

is

to

the

guide

Ma

hav

As

it,
-

ry,

Who

en,

Where

ms^mm^^m

>i^:

in - to
a hav - en of
shines o'er her mar-in -ers
thy bark just lowered her

rest,

..

here,..
sail, ..

Where the wind and the tempest that


Her light is their sure guide to
There

en

ter the

portals

^i^illlE&i^^^lS
mm:^m^

of

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


THE STAR OF THE OCEAN

IS

69

RISEN-CONTINUEO.

D.

C. al fine.

^^Mi^^^^ii^pi
tried

glo

heav

In

It,

the

Dis

ry,

Where

em.

bright glow of
Jlng the
pel

the

the

of

Star

sun

bhinc will

cean

cease.
fear

darkclopdsof

hail.

I'll

iiP^H^iiil^i
86 When
Andante.

Evening Shades Are Falling.

M^m^^^^^^^^i
1

When

ev'

The noon

ning shades

day

tern

are

fall

ing

O'er o

pest

ov

er,

Now

sfei

rfc=4:

cean's sun

cean

toils

ny
no

P 1 #

f^

^^i4;

-Pi-f^

-(&-

mf

WS^

tti:
J^-i

sleep,

To

more,

And wings

pilgrims' hearts re
hal - cyons
of

mk

fore.

-(iV

9'

call

ing Their

hov

er,

Where

homebe-yond the
all was strife be-i9-

^=^

^^^^^
deep.

:Gi

When
Oh

rest

thus

de

may

in

life,

o'er all

scend
clos

ing.

The

ing

Its

shores with gladness


short tempestuous

BLESSED VIRGIN MaRY

170

WHEN EVENING SHADES ARE FAUINC-ContinuEO.

-^

And

smile.

iP^?^^S
'

'

echoes

lutes their

blend

Be-neath heav'n's smile re

day,

pos

'

12M

^^^^^^)-^

CHORUS.

iJ

^^^^^B I^M fm

Ma

Ma

Mother

ry,

TO-

ry,

Thou

bright Star of the

Mo

our

^&

ther. We'll pray, %ve'llprav

to

-??-

thee.

15?:

.J...

i
87-Fading,

'Lento.

We'il

^=^ ?

^^pp^^^%^^
to thee,

sea,

~S1

-(S>-

pr.iy

Are heard from isle to isle,


ing, Shme all its storms a- way.
log,

-<?-

1^:5 ="3=^^

Then

'

Still

Fading.

te?2

--%

^il=i

th-%

Fa
A

ding,

ve

fa

still

Ma

ri

ding, the
a
oh
!

last

hear

beam is
when we

shining:
calfl

m^^rd^^^^^^^m
^

4^
A

Mo

.
-

ve

Ma

ther

of

ri

^^mm
a'

Him Who

is

day
is

Savi

^-.'^:E0^^l

de elm
our fo

tLzid

^ -

ing.
all

^^^

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

171

FADING, STILL FAOINC-Continueo.

^^^^1

te
i^^^
'

Safe

Fee

ly and
ble and

in

fall

no

ing

cence

we

with ihe

fly

trust

in

ii
Temp.

light,

In

thy might,

g^=^=g:Eg#F=^Ff^^ggS^=E^

m^
ta

l^l^^^iiiiig

tlon

doubt -ing

^^

and dan
and dark

fonh

ger walk

the night.

in

be our

love

ness, thy

From the
Let us

light.

:=?

i2=ps

fcr

t=6if

%^^=^-E:^^=^E=iE^iEEg^E^^
matfall

of

the

shade

sleep

on

thy

breast while the

till

the

in

shall

shine:

per

burns,

ta

right

And

^-^^-i^

ta

m
W:

Shield

wake

^^

us

from

dan

in

thy

care

ger

and

save

when

the

morn

us

from

ing

re

crime.
-

turns.

P0f=^^m^^:mE^-s

<:nonus.

fcfc

h
ve

at?:

^s:

Ell
Ma

ri

a,

PP^^^

ve

Ma

1^

a,

3
^.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

172

FADING, STILL FADINQ-CONTINUEO.

^i=Si^i^#ii^^

-M^"^A

ve

Ma

ri

Au

a,

DOS.

di

0.

-%t^^^^^
88 As

SOLO.

itfrz_-3-r

The Dewy Shades Of Even.

m^^^mm^m^
As

thedevv-y shades of e

It

ven, Gath

f-s^-^

EE

till
List

en, gen-tle

E^
Queen

balm

er o'er the

fe^

fi-

air,

^^i
^^^

of Heav-en, List-en to

my

ves-per prayer.

cnonrs.

Ji
J?=

^^^3=3 ^

Ho

ly

Mo-ther, near

zii lit

me ho-ver, Free my

wi

thoughts from aught de-filed

i^^^i^^^i^^^iiip
itri

Pi^rt
1^

With thy wings of

^^^^

^l
--J--S

mer.- cy cov

er,

^m-^-m

Safe from

f^

harm thy

im^^

help-less child.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

^7Z

AS THE DEWY SHADES OF EVEN-CONTINUEO.


2

Thine own

sinless heart

was broken,

Sorrow's sword had pierced


Holy Mother, by that token,
Now thy pity I implore.

its core,

Chorus.

Mother of my Infant Saviour,


Spouse of God, my plaint, O hear;
Purest Virgin, gracious Matron,
O relieve me by thy prayer.

Chorus.

From

Queen of heaven, guard and guide me,


Save

my

thy happy seat in Zion,


Light me through this dark abode,
Smile, oh
gently smile upon me,
Tell my sorrows to my God.

soul from dark despair,

In thy tender bosom hide me.


Take me, Mother, to thy care.

89-lt

Is

CHORUS.

Moderato,

is

It

claim

the

Come

name

all

The Name Of Mary.

of

ye

Ma

Ma

ry,

ry's child

Which we

To

ren,

to

day

pro-

sing that love

ly

^pi
DUET

S|^^^

name,

Comesing

that

name dear child

KA

'-^f^

m
-

ren.

It

is

your Mo-ther's

1^
own;

U-nite your hearts and prais-es,

pplpi^

And waft them to her

throne.

W^^^&

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

174

IT IS

A name

THE NAME OF MARY-Continueo.


5 Earth has no name so gentle j
Nor heaven one so sweet,

of pow'r and sweetness,


Her name to us so dear,
name of awe and grandeur,
But grandeur free from fear.

name all strong, yet tender,


That name we love so well,
The joy of earth and heaven.
The fear and dread of hell.

6 The

3 Sweet

balm

name by which we triumph

first

By

The victor's mead of glory.


And solace in his woes.

feet.

word ever spoken

when a

Jesus

O may

child.

thy name, dear Mother,


last fearful day.

On life's
Be my last
Be

Allegretto,

feelings,

Was thy dear name, O Mother


He spoke it and He smiled.

O'er hell's embattled foes,

90 Hail,

wounded

to

Bright light to wayward

all

fervent prayer.

my

hope and

stay.

Queen Of The Heavens.

-^JS'-

ii^E|i
Queen
I

the

of

Hail,

Heav-ensl Hail, Mis-tress of

earth

Hail,

^S5?i^a=a=^p^fei^^3^^

i^
%j

mi^^^^^^^

Vir

gin most pure,

^S

Of im-mac

late birih

Clear Star

of

the

p^t^f^^EiiN

^1^ ^ ^
^^^^^^m^^^^
morn-ing

in

beau

ty

en-shrined,

La

dy

make speed

?o

the

^^iiii

t^

help

of

man

-kind. Clear Star of

the morn-ing,

in

^^IP^^

beau

ty

en-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

175

HAIL. QUEEN OF THE HEAVENS-CONTINUEO.

shrined,

O La

make speed

dy

2 Hail, Mother most pure 1


Hail, Virgin renown'd.
Hail, Queen with the stars,

wmm^M
To

And

see

Mother of mercy !t
Star of the wave

O Hope of the guilty


O Light of the grave
!

A.

may we come,

Heaven
Heaven's King
the

of rest.
in the courts of

4 These praises and prayers


I lay at thy feet 1
O Virgin of virgins 1
O Mary most sweet I
Be thou my true guide
Thro' this pilgrimage here,
And stand by my side when death draweth near.

91-Thro' The World Thy


Words by

Children Raise.

PROCTER.

Music by

SOLO.

^^ m

Thro' the

Queen

Hope of
Ma-ry!

^
m^

of

world
heaven,
sin

dear

thy children
when we are

ners,
-

howman-y
est name of

raise

N. D.

S.

V-

kind

all

gold.

man

the blest.

the angels
In glory untold,
Stan-ding next to the King in a vesture of

of

Thro' thee

As a diadem crown'd
Above

helo

the

to

Their
Best
Cast

. .

sad
souls,...,

The

all

:ft==

1
gi-^^g^^^

Calm

are the nights and bright the


It tells us, though on earth we
Havelearn'd thro'this dear name of
The first low word that Je - sus

-iH">f-f-

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY


176
THRO' THE WORLD THY CHILDREN RAISE-CONTIHUED.

i-ftsjr-^

177

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

92 Mother

Mother

Dearest,

5=f
I

Mo-ther dear

t-B

est,

z:

Help

fair-est,

of

^=323
suit's

thee,

Vir-gin pur

23

:s;

S=*
who call on

all

Z2.

2:

=^

Mo-ther

Fairest.

est, brightest, rar-est.

Help

pfe^#

us, help,

we cry

to

CHORV8.

W^
Ma-ry, help

thee.

i ^

us, help

we

Ma -ry, help

pray,

.1^

-5?

^&

we

us, help

"s-

pray.

^^^^BP^P
m

Help us

in

all

care and sorrow

Ma-ry, help

us, help

we pray

:M

-ts

2 Lady, help in pain and sorrow.


Soothe those rack'd on beds of pain,
May the golden light of morrow.
Bring them health and joy again.

Help our priests, our virgins holy,


Help our Pope, long may he reign
Pray that we who sing thy praises.

May

in heav'n

all

meet again.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

178

93 Mary,
Ma

dear

ry,

Mo

est

Dearest Mother.

From thy heavenly

ther,

height
-4-

-^-1

:%:fi=:iizz=:

f=*:tr=q:

;= -

l_^

*,

-*-=-

i?=^

Look

on

S'lp---^

us

thy child

ren,

Lost

-e=

-H

CHORUS.

in earth's dark night


4-

--f^J^

:^
Oh we

is

-d

"^

Ma - ry, fond ly we
e:i^=ir-'
J
pji:

pray thee lov'd Mary,


::!:

--^ *-^

en

treat,

-rigzizir:

igrr-

_^
^

^^ >

^J

---)

f!L_j

JV-i

-r

-^
mi^^^Ei^^^^M
Guide us

to our sweet

Sav

iour,

And

leave us

at

His

feet,

l^^iHH

m^=^-^'
Ma

ry, shield

us from dan-ger,

Keep

=^
our souls from

fcisz^ir:
sin,

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


179
MARY, DEAREST MOTHER-Continued.

Help

Oh

we

ex

thy

f^^pEfj^zp3=-!^
iled

chil

dren,

love thee, Mary,


all to thee :
past or present,

Trusting

What is
What is

to

win.

Mother of our Saviour,


Hear our pleading prayer
Take us 'neath thy mantle,

Heart Of Mary, Pure And Fair

ndante cSpressivo

at last

Hide, oh, hide us there.

yet to be.

94-0

Heav'n

N^"^

pure and fair. There is no stain in


li - ly
fair
midst the thorns. Thou 'mongst Eve'sdaughters
2 As some
3 Sweetheart, within thy depth so chaste, We'll dwell and ne'er de To that of
4 And when from thy loved heart we'll go,
thy dear
1

of

heart

Ma-ry,

i^ajga
art

In

thee;

Ce

Till

part.

Son,

les

thou
shall

mm

dam'sfall thou hast no share,


tial pur-i - ty a dorns
our souls hast deeply placed
we leave thee then? Ah, no

j=?=i^

^
con

sin's

crys
Je

tal

sus'

Heart and

^| t

trol
thou'rt free,
depths, chaste heart.
Sa - cred Heart.
thine
are
one.

CHORVS.

i
From
Thy
In

His

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

i8o

HEART OF MARY, PURE AND FAIR-ConUnwed.

^:

ZSi

-.'^-

J#
Ko

fair,

beau

ly

rn

-NN

?N-M
^?3EsEfJi5

EjJEE

can with thine compare

P'rom

jS-

ev'

ry

of sin thou'rt free

stain

make

us pure in heart like thee.

#jr

950

'^^O

Mother, loved, Our sweet delight.

9^4
^^j_

One

glance but cast,

So

fondly

~l-

T-l=q:
t=^--^ -?=

--|-r
-?-

=t

--X

-^^=^

2?-

I.

Mother, Loved.

-o

-zX

1
zf

ty^

Watch over
-N-

5^3

bright.

V-

watch over

us.

us.

rt=i^ifc::i::iit

-S'-T-

Watch over

us.

\-* 5:

Watch

over

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

l8i

MOTHER, lOnO-Continued.

When

mantle

dark night her

:1^F=]=1-

sM^E

^
?

When

casts,

*-T

4^^1

--^

:?

wintry

^-^-

us.

^5

and

storms

:^15

;5C

blasts

When

When

dark night her mantle casts,

storms

-F

:1=1:

-*

a^s^^=s=t

^ ^ ^

"S"

-S5-

j^=S=^=^

O thou Star of hope,

thou Star

=3=^
a^-

9Ji

*-
I-

i=t:J=t

:?=

:^=^- t=t
I

i=

.-

i"^Si

-f

of hope, shine through.

^
--J^-

=::t

-o-i

:^=::i1:

2 Be love of thee, my whole life long,


My sweetest joy, my only way.
Watch over us.
Shine then brightly, O soft Star,
II

shine through.

iig

^=q=q:

^g=

-^

\-HV

-^^

-^-r

-^^-

:S=g=

Hide heaven's azure hue.

9iE

blasts

::t:tt:

HV- N

and wintry

--

-es^

3 Mother of

:||

With thy

light driving far


Mists that oft veil my soul,
Clouds that e'er aioun'i tuc

God

Sweet Mother,
II:

From

our hope, our

Watch over

us.

:||

earthly toils set free,


We'll quickly fly to thee ;
Let us rest in thy heart
From its depths we'll ne'er depart.
all

roll.

life,

shield us in the strife.

BLESSED VIRGIN M \RY.

l82

96 Come

Gather Round The Altar.


cnonus.

Andavtc moderatn.

8:

il.^=t.3
Come

ga

thcr round the

-^

^7&:
iS'

"rtf-'tiz

ifctes
al

tar.

To Ma-

ry eaclTheart of

fer,

While glad

ly

as

our

?-Z7^:

'w-:>_

Cj.Queen

to-day,

We crown her with the op'ning May, Come haste,

each

~4~

^"^^

_sa_^__N

>J

JS_J

-fi

g-g

zi'^-r

tJ

heart

at

her loved

teHil^

feet

now

lay

Come, haste

each

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

iS3

COME, GATHER ROUND THE ALTAR-Conknued.

r:_5i_T

heart

at

TTSE.

~~~

_N

her

T*

'm

loved feet

now

lay.

SOLO. Flu lento.

^i

Si^il
r

The

icebonds of winter are

bro

ken,

A -gain

we

hail

sweet

^l^
^-^--

WM^m

={!s:rtei--^nq?

-^

And Ma-ry bless'd Ma-ry,

May.

we're crown-ing As our

-
-'I*-

-t>

Ifc

feLzzfe

^S^s^iSft^
cho - sen Qiieen to

?s^
See, nature has

day,

ill B-^-^

donned all her gayest,


greet our Mother Queen,flowers the brightest and fairest.
Mary's children for her glean.

To
And

Come

n-

The

blushing roses are trembling,


to be placed
On our Mother's altar impatient
For her, their' soft fragrance to waste4 Then Mary, our Queen and our Mother,
Accept the hearts we bring.
And all through life's stormiest weather,
Grant that to thee we may cling.
3

soft

With longings

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

184

97
CHORUS.

Look down

Look Down

Mother....

Mother Mary.

Ma

ry,

up on thy

Cast

bove,

^S
^S
^

Andantino.

From

tby bright tbrooe a

i^^

One sweet

child -ren

(S-

snii

love.

One

sweet

glance

P
of

love

?lft

ns

fold

SSe

in

Tby man

^j-

vil

can be

tie.

fall us,

There guara ns with - out

If

N. B.

Solo

^rfiizzS:

135

^-^^

glance of.

g
Fine

s
-^

<s-

-si

En-

1.

-P -

^
What

fear.

^tSi D.S.

mo ther,
22:

thou art

Dear

35:

-*

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


MOTHER MARY-CoNTINUEO.

LOOK DOWN

Solo
fl

See how ungrateful sinners

Our sins make us unwOrtLy


That title still to bear,
But thou art our Mother
Then show thy love and care.

We stand before thy

Son,
His loving Heart upbraids us
For the evil we have done.

O kindest, dearest

Look on us with

Who

98 Hail,

Mother,

sinful children save,

Thy

DUET

185

pity.

thy protection crave.

Holy Queen, Loved Mother To Thee.

1 Hail,
ho-ly Queen! loved Mo-ther, to thee
2 Sweet bells are peal - ing thro' eve's ro - sy air,
whosebright beaming ray
3 Like the lone star

^ m m

#-^

We weak
Sane
Guid

TTJ-

s;

gi

sa

tals in safe

na, oh,

ges their de

list

er-ring
ta Re

ed the

tES:^

2^S

mor

ty can flee ;
to our prayer;

vi-ous

way

sm

and temp-ta - tion salFall - ing night's shadows o'er


Where on thy bo - somwas

O'er

^^^^t^f^Y^^"^^^^
va

val

nes

tion is won,

Thou

in-ter

and

Bright

Star of

ley

sea,

tied the dove.

While an

gels re

ced
-

ing with Je - sus thy


evening, our tho'ts turn to

joic
ing smiled from a-

^^pii^lpgl^^feg^g^^^^jgi

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

i86
HAIL,

HOLY QUEEN, LOVED MOTHER, TO THEE-CONTINUEO.


< II

.-t:

(Hi IS.

1S*

f^-*-V

-p-tf^*-p

Vir

thee,

bove.

were

all

for

thy

sor
child

us

to

heaven

g ps
7-

ve

^^m^mlmtmat

ren,

^^

Je

Ma

of

guish and pain.


bless - ing pour.
sus
to dwell.

(S"-

it^t

r-

Maria, Guardian Dear.


LAMBILLOTTE.
:-=1

ri

-*

*5fci^=S
V

^ m-

a,

.1the

-s-

guar

dian

jiE^^
itnriaHiiM

f^ 9

J?

Ov^er

blest,

^^,^^^^

steer ....

Un

to

^^

port
port

of

the
I*'

lifes

li^iiMMM

^^^^^^j^^^^^

p Fi - -LW-m^^ Pw -I*-.
^

dear,

M^MMh^

MAn^rtiita^

thvchikl-ren
thychikl-ren

H__L_F^__

^t^imml^imm

sea

and

an
sweet

with

r* -s
Bright Mo-ther

taiiMai^Btai*

rows,

ee; IS-

-(^

99 Ave

CHORUS.

?-t^-i

:^:

^^=1^-

'^-

^^

m^mmm^mm
Thine
Pray
Guide

gin most pure, with-out spot, with-out stain ;


Shield us, lo%-ed Mo-ther, in per - il's dread hour,
Bright Star of
even-ing, our dark gloom dis-pel,

Son.

F^" '-:^

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

187

AVE MARIA. GUARDIAN DEAR-CONTINUEO.


JFTVB.

the port

m^^^M^^^mw^
f-r-r

.-

DUET.

Be

M^

guar

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stay.

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0.^.0-^-0-f.

^^
round

IgEgggfe^
D.C.

Mother,

taintless, undefiled
Sinless let our slumbers be
Mother of the sinless Child
Hear the prayer we raise, to thee.
,

Thou hast made our desert bloomj


Mary deign to hear our prayer
If to-night we seek the tomb,
;

Shine upon the desertthere.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

I8&

100-Sweet

Lady Of The Sacred Heart.

f^^^^^m^^^^m
^PSipgg
^S
^
1

Sweet

Lady of

the Sacred Heart, Thy peerless Virgin charms

Moved

14=

-Tf

:i=i:

Je-sus

--^

*=tii-

from His heav'n-ly throna To

^Sipl

-rt

within thine

rest

-&

arms,

Moved

m^^.
rnonrs

irjrr

a-EE^s:
Je

t^tl^=

sus from His heav'nly throne,

:^
-<5^-

To

rest

with- in thine arms

^m
Sweet

'IC

tisr-r-

tr

2?

La-dy,

Sweet La-dy,

-^

La-dy

fe

atu

Sweet Lady of the Sacred Heart,

What

joy thy

bosom

filled,

When close to thine thy Infant's Heart,


In gentle pulses thrilled
4 Sweet

t^=A:
\^ V
75

Sweet

of the Sa-cred Heart

is-

"5"
2

aa^"

i:

f^

3 Sweet

Lady of the Sacred


From Jesus' open side,

On

Heart,

thee the water and the Blood


Flowed as a saving tide

Lady of the Sacred Heart,


Proclaim thy power above,
From Jesus' wounds send piercing darts,
Transfix our souls with love.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

101 Holy

Mild.
Mary, Mother
SEMI-CnOKUS.

SOLO.

^ -^
;

-:5->4

4t-

tl

Ho
-

ly

Ma

-^

Mo

ry,

-.

^'^

Praise

Tossed on

her!

life's

praise

tempestuous

=i?:

'^--

i^i

m^s^

=i^

-A-

^-

O, sweet, sweet Mother!

therrnild,

/f

i89

her!

-.

less-

Mo-ther!

3 Brightest in the courts above,


O, sweet, sweet Mother !
Joy of angels, Queen of love,
O. sweet, sweet Mother I

sea,

O, sweet, sweet IMother


Cast thy tender eyes on me,
O, sweet, sweet Mother
!

4 Maiden Mother

praise our spot

hear my prayer
O, sweet, sweet Mother
Prove to us thy loving care
O, sweet, sweet Mother
!

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

190

>

102-HaJI, Queen Of Heaven, The Ocean

Star.

-^i^^^m^
1

Hail,

of

Queen

p^ J3
here

low 1 Thrown on

m^^1

mS
\rz

:^

S:
care,

&f^

Save us from

Christ, Star of

be

O gentle, chaste,

the

per

sea,

Pray

for the

the

H-

-^

'

(S

we

claim thy

S3

-&
from

wan

woe,

der-er,

Mo-

Pray

ther

for

of

me

And soothe with hope our misery


Refuge in grief, Star of the sea,
Pray for the mourner, O pray for me!

Remind thy Son that He has paid


The price of our iniquity.

Virgin most pure. Star of the sea,


iVay for the sinner, O pray for me!

Guide of

and

and spotless Maid,

Sojourners in this vale of tears,


To thee, blest Advocate, we cry,
Pity our sorrows, calm our fears.

Star,

life's sur'ge

^i

il

We sinners make our prayers thro' thee

cean

^^^^

wan-d'rer

heav'n, the

to Him who reigns above.


In God-head 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,

And while

Piay

for thy children, pray for

me

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

103-0
EE

:d Sd

Could

B~

For Mirth

Weep

MM

r^

Mo-ther,

^ -:i
4 ^

Ti?~

Mother,

j^j

could weep formirth, Jay

fills

my heart so

fast

1^

My

^i

^:

CHORUS.

i^

soul

irir

m^-jf^is

today

heav'n on earth;

:i=^

could the trans-port

last

4:

and what thou art,

think of thee

Oh

Thy ma - jes-ty,

state;

thy

And

p^ ^m

m^i^
eziSi^Zi,).
1

keep sing

mmw

ing

in

my

^^

thought to-day that lifts


happy heart to heaven,
for our sakes thy choicest gifts

2 It is this

My
That
3

Im-mac

heart,

To thee, dear Queen, were given.


The angels answer wit"H their songs,
Bright choirs in gleaming rows

And saints flock round thy feet in throngs,


And heaven with bliss o'erflows.

u - late,

Im-mac

Above

late.

^m

4 Immaculate Conception

Thou

far

all

graces blest,
shinest like a royal Star
God's eternal breast

On
Oh I would

Mother dear.
Thou shouldst be what thou art
Than sit where thou dost, oh so near
Unto the Sacred Heart.
I

rather,

BLESbED VIRGIM MARY.

I9

104-Chilclreii Of Mary, High Your Voices Raise.

-'^-

^r^j^rt^i-s
rca
of Ma
Child

as-cend

see

ry,

high

ing

to

whom
on
fervent prayers

Ye
The

she....
of ....

your voic es raise,


her glo-rious throne

casts
ev'

a ten - der eye;..


ry faith - ful child

^^

W^

^m

tJ

Child

Each

ren
heart

of God,..
e - rects

^--

an

al

mp.

'-if-

im - mor

sing her

m^z

^.

'

'-S-

to

zs-jL

tal

name

....

:^_'

^--

"J:

praise,....

her

tar

iii

^^.^5^S=^i^3
And
Where

ex

all

Ma

alt

ry lives

her glo
in ev

ry

to

er-last ,-

_?)_.

the

sky

ing

fame

m
-^-

t--^^-t.

cuonvs.

%
Chil

saziiu^-.

dren

of

Ma

ry.

high

yourvoic- es

raise,.

I
0-

'

-m-

BLESSED VIRGIN 'MARY.

193

CHILDREN OF MARY, HIGH YOUR VOICES RAISE-Continueo

3233l^^?=^3
Child

ren

of God,

im - mor

sing.

W^EE^

tal

praise.'

fe^

di.

:st.

I
:):

2 I see ascending to her glorious throne,


The fervent prayers of every faithful child
Each heart erects an altar to her name,
Where Mary lives in everlasting fame,

105 Bring

:^'

Flowers Of The Raresti

Allegretto,

^q?=^

^^#

^S^

Bring flowers oftherar-est, bring flowers of the fair-est, From gar-den and wood-land ana
voic-es as-cend- ing, in
3
bar-mo-ny blend-ing, OhI thusmayour heartsturn.dear
O Vir- gin most ten-der, otrt bom-age we ren-der,Thy love and pro-lec-tion, sweet
3
Mo-thersihedear-est,oh, wilt thou be near-est, When life with temptation is
4 Of
I

Om

hill-side

and vale

Mo-ther,to thee;
Mo-ther, to win;
dark-ly replete?

praise

of

the love

dark

full

Ohl

thus

In

For

li-est

hearts are

swell -ing,
thee

shall

we prove

dan-

ger

de

sake

us,

oh

Rose of

fend

nev

us,
eri

our

how
ia

our

gladvoic-es

tell-ing

we

The

How

love thee.
be-friend us. And
As
hearts, be theyev-ei
tru

ly

sor-row

the dale.

with -out Ma-ry, life's journey wouldbe.


our fond hearts from con-ta-gion
of sin.
the lil- ies we
pure as
lay at
thy feet.

shield

Our

O Ma

ry

we crown

::iJ=:S-

thee with

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

194

BRING FLOWERS OF THE RAREST-CONtinued.

An-

the

of

Queen

bloss-oms to-day,

gels,

Queenof

the May,

mmm^i^^^^
Ma-ry we crown thee with blossomsto-day, Queen of

the

An- ^els.Queenof

^^=si^
106-We
Come
Sloderato.

gv.

it

We

come dear

Our

hearts dear

Oh, when, dear

May

E^

fe^^^^

Dearest Mother This Beautiful

f-jz&i

Mo
Mo

est
est
est

Mo

the May.

beau

Day.

m
-

ful

ther

this

ther.

ther.

de
are filled with
thy sweet month, is

ti

-J

^^i
May

day.

VO-tlOD,

end-ing.

To sing at
Thy beau-ti
And days we

thy
-

al

ful

im

have

loved

tar

age
so,

ourhymnsfuU
ex-cites
are fad

all
-

ing

of

our
a

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY


WE COME, DEAREST MOTHER,

THIS BEAUTIFUL

MAY nM-Continued.

^g^E^a
show

love's

feel

an

the
e
as

us

gels

ipzip:

path

cend

With

ing

To

Hi

:t:

heav

tion
-

^^i^^

To

way

mo'-

195

en

out

heav

a-

alearlh's
en's bright

-m-

CHORUS.
Li:

^=m^

->!

-r

=1

d- -f|-d.
zHztt^^^J

H -s^-

bove.
loy.

Ma

j-Sweet

ry

oh

shield

us

in

mo

ments

of

May. }'

:^

manger,

bring

us

in

safe

to

ty

m:|# |# |# I#1p:

-^m-w

if

And

ww

i^^^=^=^=EE^!i

heav- en

above.

^St^giiiiHg-^
"a
11

i^LESSED VIRGIN MARY.

19fi

107 Bright

Mother Of Our Maker,

Hail.

1
t

Bright

Mo- ther

Ma

our

of

i<er,

hail

Vir

"Thou

gin

ev

er

:^=p:
Jtzfz

KZ^

33Zizq

The

blest;

Pi^p^

=ft=fc

J'

which we

o-cean'sStar by

a~T

li

S^

:^

-^-^

'

vail -that

peace our

lot

may be, And

all

our vows

E^53I

va's

name

re

^
verse.

4 Exert for us i Mother's care,


And us thy children own
Prevail with Him to hear our pr iyer.
Who chose to be thy Sod.
:

fulfil.

of

1^:=}=1^

3 Release our long entangled mind


From all the snares of ill;
With heavenly light instruct the blind,

And

gainlhe port

thus to theeFromGabriel'smouth rehearse, Pre-

WhilewethisA-ve

1^

And

^^i

i^
rest. 2

sail,

whose virtues shine


spotless Maid
With brightest purity,
Each action of our lives refine,
And make us pure like thee.
1

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

197

108-Wilt Thou Look Upon Me,


SOLO. Cantabile.

Wilt thou look up -on

e^3

Mo-ther,

me,

Mother.

Thou who

reign

:^q_n.

"1

the

est in

^-

"^

fcr

i^^^^^^^^Sifi
^ S I b^yf^f^-!^^^^:^
skies; Wilt thou deigatocast

uponmeOnesweetglancefromthosemildeyes?

CHORUS

O,

my Mo

ther Ma-ry,

still

What th e

rem ember,

B er - nard

sa int-ed

i^:^=^

None have ev

sai d,

fc^

^
called

up-on thy aid.

er,

Who ha ve

f=^=r

Who have called

P^
up-on thy aid.

MmmMs^mm

'^

m.

2 Wilt thou, Mother, hover ever


On my pathway still to guide
Wilt thou whisper kind directions
To the angel by my side ?

Wilt thou

That I

3 Wilt thou pray for

That His

ev - er found thee -wanting

me to Jesus,
may know;

will I e'er

tell

e'er

me then
may

to

it

His pleasure

bow

Oh

then Mother, I petition,


And I know thy aid will come
Angels praise thee for it. Mother,
In thy everlasting home.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

198

109-Rose Of The
Andante

Cross.

epreii.iivo.

Rose of

the Cross, thou mystic flower

^^
^_J

^!

my

heart

thee

to

Ma

m
2

II:

mel-an-choly

-^

ry

re

mem

bar

me

^
Ii

Tit.

l-^N

/>

-*-;

9"

'

'ry

tii^E^^:

hour.

ev

ev

In

^r=^-

s,^_

melancholy

'ry

hour,

Ma-ry

wanderer here, thro' many a wild


Where few their way can sec
Bloom with thy fragrance on thy child,
O Mary remember me.
I

4
I):

There

Ma

ry

[j:

me wash my

And by the water and the Blood,


O Mary remember me.
1

sinful soul,

And be from sin set free,


Drawn by thy love, by grace made whole;
O Mary remember me. ;||
I

re-mem-ber

me

3 Let me but stand where thou hast stood,


Besid.e the crimson tree

:|i

let

:||

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

110The

Hang Thick

Clouds

199

O'er Israel's

Lively.

Camp.

Wi
The clouds hang

I.

thick o'er

Is

rael's

camp,

As dawns

Ss

the

bat

tie

:*=:*:

/
[J:

m.

S
PM=

-^day,

^^s=d

-m-

rise

bright Star

of

Do

mi

nic,

mm-

And

200

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


THE CLOUDS HANG THICK O'ER ISRAEL'S CAMP-Co7i<tnMd.

2,

The weapon which our Father gave

Jesus and

Mary names of strength


Invoked, and not in vain ;
They conquered in the hour of need.
And conquer shall again.

Each hand

shall fearless wield ;


bear our Lady's Rosary
Need neither sword nor shield
With dauntless faith the ranks they face

Who

Of error and of sin,


And, armed with those
The

4
blest beads alone.

As Pius then to Europe spake.


So Leo speaks once more
The rosary our weapon still.
;

victory they win.

To

3 See o'er Lepanto's waters spread


The Moslem's dark array
voice to Christendom went forth.
And gave the word to pray

Ave

.:

Modcrato.

Shall rise the pleading word


Oh doubt not that the prayer of faith
Will now, as then, be heard.

Ill Mother

wield in holy war :


Maria from each tongue

Mary, Queen Most Sweet.

Chorus.

iW*ili*i^^^ii

Moth

Mary, Queen most sweet,

er

WsstE^

-IS-

^^^

t^^

flame;

Glad

-O-

:i^-

ly

and

Joy

^-

^^-

-dT-ail

lips

re

heart

in-

1-*-

my

my

^:

:il=i=*
shall

love

peat

3^:
5S=
Ev

'ry

moment

^^

5:

m^^^^S^

fFine.

Solo.

3i^igiiiSii^=.^^^
mo menlthy
.-J

thy sweet name; Ev'ry

n'y -g-

-X-m>

.^weet naino.l Ah, that

^:

name

to

God most

l_-S

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


MOTHER MARY, QUEEN MOST

^^
Has my

dear

m ^
-4-

SmiJ -Continued.

~
'^~g 12Mzz^.

and soul enslaved,

heart

201

$.J-.-J-\l^.
a

Like

seal

shall

it

ap-

^^3^^^
;r

3^=

:*=*;
Deep on

pear,

---

S^

and

heart

I'--

ZJtJ.

FS

1*=^:

i^z:*:
Like a

soul engraved,

shall

it

ap-

! m1^ ^_izF=difeS=Szz-S:

seal

^-t-i

ti

r=EE^
pear.

Deep on

heart

^1t

and

soul

en

s==s

-m-

graved.

1=^

=8:

D.S.
n?//.

}D0

f^I^'l^

fe=f^=^*=f^=^

'ZZiti

Deep on

tfc
^
:^

2 Sweetest Mary, bend thine ear,


Thou my own dear Mother art,
name be dear.
||: Therefore shall thy

Never from

Deep on

heart and soul engraved.

my

lips depart.

:||

-sd

heart and soul engraved

2=S^:

HS'-

:^
II:

Crying

"

I will

Mary, Mother, aid,"

make temptation

fly.

:||

4 Mother, Mary, Queen most sweet,


When he hour of death draws nigh
Help me, Mary, to repeat
Thy dear name and then to die.
I

When the demon hosts invade,


When the tempest rages high.

;g:

II

:||

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

202

1120

Pilssima.

Sanctissima,

^=^
zr
I

^-.

?^^feg

sane

-?^

-^

si - ina,

tis

pi

go

^-

^3^

Ma

a,

t
t^:r

ma

in

ta,

te

fe

me

:^i
ra

I
lie

-^-

iI-=8:

z?

I ^r i
-

-a(-

2:
I

ra

ra,

pro

O Maria,
Et macula noa est in te
Mater amata, intemerata,
Ora, era pro nobis.

2 Tola pulchra es,

bis

^
>

no
-'5'-

(S"-

:t3i

^
a

riia,

-(!5'

-^

Vir

cis

^^

ter

bi

S:^

Ma

IS

^.
(EE^

=P=

Dul

Sicut lilium, inter spinas,


Sic Maria inter filias.

Mater amata, intemerata,


Ora, ora pro nobis.

4 In miseria, in angustia,
Ora Virgo, pro nobis.
Pro nobis ora, in mortis hora.
Ora, ora pro nobis,

ta,

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

113-0

Mother

ipg^

:fc:

J3E

^fff
r^=i
whom God
O Mo
-

be

ther blest

Blest.

^1
stows

^-qsi

:?5t

sin

and

ners

on

-^
-#^-

:1=:1:

^:

e^=im

:qz=:iq=it=:|
est those Who in
mer
thy

^
What joy, what hope thou giv
I

just,

On

=^

$ i_a

-4^

f-

2 03

cy

->-

frr:^
-.-

CHORUS.

^^^+
a

/^V

Of

fair;

mo

all

f
-

thers sweet-est, best, ^ one with thee compare,

-<!5

r=^
2

-o

heavenly Mother, Mistress, sweet,


It never yet

That

was

told
suppliant sinner left thy feet

Mother

pitiful

His power thy will has wrought.

and mild.

Cease not to pray for me


For I do love thee as a child.
:

And

all men know


Thy Son denie thee nought
Thou askest, wishest t, and lo
3

Unpitied, unconsoled.
3

Most pow'rful Mother,

sigh for love of thee.

Mother

blest, for

me

obtain,

Ungrateful though I be,

To love that God who first could deign


To show such love to mc.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

204

114 -As

The Gentle Spring Uncloses.

SOLO. Atidante,

:4=z!.
I

As

m
the gen

^
^

^1

tie

rz
--n

un-clos

Spring

k-

>

ipx

And

es'

the

^*^=^"=^-

P^=
win

l^^^EE-^^
fades a

ter

way,

Sun-light

p=^

glis-tens,

3
li

lies

mf=r^--=r

:r
hail

its

peer

less

^1
#=-=-^
Mo

=-

Queen,

Ma

ry,

ther

of

de-

^^^iS^p

8:

!:^

._?!-

?e;^light,

In he;

^^

own

es

pec

ial

sea

son,

Sing

her

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

205

AS THE GENTLE SPRING UNGLOSES-GONTlNjllED.

CHOKVS.

praise

morn

from

till

Ma

night.

ry,

I--S

Mother

Je

fair,

sus pray,

Queen of May, hear our

Virgia

We may

that each day,

Mother sweet.

Mary,

^Se^
Un-to

prayer.

grow

like thee,

OurQueenof

May

is

Mary's

she

is

ours

Ah I let the flood


tears thy pity move.
Beg, oh beg thy Son to change
To the wine of perfect love.
At our

Thus the month is doubly dear


As we crown her with our flowers.
Angels gladly hover near
And the blessed Jesus smiles
On each humble votary,
And our homage to His Mother

Will requite most graciously.

Dearest Mother we remember


How, at one request of thine,
Jesus at the marriage feast
Changed the water into wine ;
!

feast.

Of our

Take us

all

it

'neath thy protection.

Heart and soul and senses take


Tell dear Jesus we are thine.
And He'll bless us for thy sake
And the treasures of our Mary

Up

in

heaven we

shall store,

Naught shall steal them, naught corrode them,

They

shall last for evermore.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

206

115 -On

this Day,

CHORUS.

On

Beautiful

Mother.
LAMBILLOTTE.

ihis day,

tm^mm

Un

beautiful Mo-lher,

i^

this

day

thee our love.

\vc give

ipi^p^

SA^t

mmmm

Near thee, Madonna, fondly we hov-cr,Trustingthy gen-tle care

Si^

e^

to prove

-n

.?5e

SOLO.

On

this

day we ask

to share,

Dearest

^5?-

Mo-ther, thy sweet care

Aid

f?-^-

-)5>-

25

us

i
n.c.

ere

our

feet

stray,

of angels deign to hear.


Lisping children's humble pray'r:
Young hearts gain, O Virgin pure,

Queen

Sweetly to thyself
3

allure.

Rose of Sharon, lovely flow'r,


Beauteous bud of Eden's bow'r
Cherishe 1 lily of the vale.
Virgin Mother, Queen we hail.

Wan

^T-f-^^
-der from thy guid

iog

way

4 In vain the flow'rs of love

we

bring,

In vain sweet music's note we sing.


If contrite heart and lowly prayer.
Guide not ourgifts to thy bright sphere.
5 Fast our days of life we run.
Soon the night of death will come;
Tower of strength in that dread hour,
Come with all thy gentle power.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

118To

Love Thee,

^
To

love

thee,

Mary,

:*:

Ma

ry

our on

Is

--

--

tS^

207

-#-

I
joy,

ly
-

t^
SOLO.

Ftne,

Mo-ther pure, thy

ry

Shall our lips

^=^

?^

glo

g-U-r

em - ploy,

Seel- the storm is


"6"

fei^
Clouds

^bove us

All

lower,

"S"

"S"

"S".

-K-iS
=i^
I

ourthoughtsen-

^
D.C.

i^^^^^P^
gag

.^

ing

.^ -^

Save

us

*
i

f^

now our

power.
3ii'

Hide thee from our eyes


Brighten

thy

Gloomy clouds above us


Let us feel thou lov'st us

by

skies.

it^

sweet light brings gladness,


Gentle Star of morn
Take from earth its sadness
Darkest skies adorn.

Thy

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

208

117-0! When

Shall

We

With Angels Bright.

^^
^g ^sss^^s
Oh when

shall

we with

an^-gds bright, On gol- den harpsonrMoi her

1&

And bask bene

praise,

optlipht,

Andonhcrwondrousbeauty

cnoRvs.

Sweet Mo'-ther, sweet Mo-ther, SweetMo-ther, far from heav'n and

'^~l7~~j^

NS^B

-?-

'\\

&

&

^^

^-1-

We

thee,

^"

m
i

O Ma

hearts,

ry

ile

^^-p=ink^j=j^

free,

a voice from starry skies,


Thosegentl^r.tonesour hearts will know

~^^^^

These cap-tive

drear,

Let

them behold

thee.

Mother

dear.

Our Mother loved has heard our

-f

if 'tis now so sweet to love.


And oft to breathe thy holy name,
What will it be in realms above
Where seraphs' ardour hearts inflame ?

g But hark

ex

lan-guishhere in

sighs.

She sees us languish here below.


4

Her

children there she'll kindly cheer,


them in her fond embrace
From ev'ry eye she'll wipe tKe tear.
And from sad hearts all sorrow chase.
She'll fold

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

118-Hail

All

^Xofleriito.

Hail

all hail,

M^

sweet

No

Ire

1^

i^

Dame de Lourdes!

Hail, sweet Mistress of the

iSB^i^^n

*lE
t-

Sweet Notre Dame De Lourdes.

Hail,
3

209

-^^^Mi

-=5-^-

^^
'Neath whose careour

world,

wear

ex

ile

Isfromcountlessillsse-

mmsmm
CHORUS.

^iiipsM^ggi
Then

cured,

men and angels praise

let

thee.

-ip^^^s^^p

^I^i^i
^^
For

ea ch bless-ing

thou'st

fes^

While ingladsome strains we're,

pro-cured,

6-

fi--w
en

-^

;i.^=
sine:

ing,

uto

F=^^^

^Si^

-ri_

Notre

sweet

Hail,

ii

-6^1-

Damede

--^^J-6

P=^
f

Blessed thou above all others,


Mary, Mistress of the spheres,
Star of hope serenely beaming
Through this darksome vale of tears,

P
1

Lourdes.

i^

angels joy to own thee,


O'er their choirs exalted high,
Thron'd in blissful light and beauty

Happy

Empress

of the starry sky.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

210

119 Hail,

Rose of Mystic Beauty.

Chorus.

Moderate,

LB^il^i^iPie^
Rose

Hail,

of

Mys

tic

beauty

d:

^P

Bright flower in

-d

^^

heaven's

^^-ZZI^l

p|Efel^%lSl^ii^^
Far sweeter

field,

is

thy

-Sl-

-<s-

Than

fragrance

flowers can yield.

Sl-

W-^-

^^^z^-:^

earthly

=P^

-c?-

^^^^iis^^^^.^
Of

creatures

thou art

purest.

None

love

li -

er can

221

*=*

3^

a^

-^p-

:?2:

heaven

All

^-^I felgH

P-^

lr- ^^

J^-^^^^it^

gii^S
resounds with

^=l=p:

prais

priceless worth,

From Heaven God


took Thee

es,

Sweet Mystic

-Z=^

for this world's garden,

Sweet Rose of

-<si-

2 Within Thee, peerless flower.


Did Jesus once repose,
For Thou alone art worthy
To be His Mystic Rose.

Who

be,

Too pure

there

sent His angels,


from the earth.

Rore,

to

thee.

:&

3 Enraptured with Thy beauty.


My soul with love o'erflows;
I

long to be in heaven

With Thee, sweet Mystic Rose.


O Mary, Rose of Heaven
Hear Thou our earnest prayer
!

Protect us all from danger


And take us to Thy care.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

l20-1Vlary

Andantino

^-3:
I

t^

Ma

ryl

How Sweetly

How sweet

that

falls

ly

tured

<s>

ear

jCZ

do

Oft

I breathe

in

3:

none

are

-St-

'-^
when

That sound

g^

cents

-iSf

5=?
near.

:?= :=^
-E?--

irfe

ac

^-

low,

en-

-#-

:8ii

-<s

'^

On my

word

S=g

^^M

That Word.
^:

S|^
rap

Falls

211

IS-

CHORUS. Animato.

^WE:

my

Sing,

fcta

ry,

i
and

h'ps,

ii

Ma

;nS
=3=
O

loud

ly

pro

claim

(S'-

Ma

ry,

fz^i

how

sweet

is

thy

name!

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

212
MARY

HOW SWEETLY

FALLS THAT WORD-ContinuEO.

11^^^

So bright

Sweet as the warbling of a bird,


Sweet as a mother's voice;
So sweet to me is that dear name,
It

makes

my

Thy

soul rejoice.

121-

The

The Sun

my

Through thee I offer my requests.


And when my prayer is done,
In ecstasy sublime I see
Thee seated near thy Son.

Bright as the glittering stars appear,


Bright as the moonbeams shine.

DUET

in
mind's eye is seen
loveliness divine

Is

Shining Brightly,

/illegro.

su.i

There'smu

And when

is

shin

sic

in

night clos

ing bright
the heav
es o'er

ly.

For

ens,
us,

And

trees are clothed with


birds are sing - ing
twink-ling stars ap-

^^^^^^^^^m

green.

'.here.

pear;

The beauteous bloom of flow


And na - ture's songs and prais
The chaste moon calm ly reign

ers
es

elh.

On

ev'

ry

side

is

Aresoundingthroughthe
In skies so bright and

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


THF SUN

IS

m
seen

;
'

air;

clear.

gay;
day:
way,

The fields are gold and em'


And we, with hearts o'erflow
Oh how that sight .re-minds

raid,

the month of
the month of

'tis
'tis

And

Ma
Ma

Where reigns, o'er saints and an

the world

all

is

With joy will sing toOf heav - en far a

ing

us

For
For

2l3

SHINING BRICHTLY-CONTINUEO.

ry,
ry,
gels,

The love-ly month of


The love-ly month of
Our love-ly Queen of

^
CHORUS. Animato.

Efe^S^^^^:^^W
O

Ma

ry,

dear

Mo - ther, We

a hymn

sing

'

to

^g1^=?^^

?=

^i^i^in^pp^
thee;

Thou art

the

Queen of

heaven,

Thou

too

our Queen shall

r
")e.

rule

us

asUa-to
Ua- to
andguideus

r-v

ter

- ni
-ni

ty.

p^

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

214

122 Ave

Maria, Bright and Pure.


An

in
a

bri^h;

and pure,

Hear,

-1

"-;""!-

pray

and

Pains

the

try

pleasures

0-

9--

-W

1
t-

his

:p:

:=1;

^Ep-EtE^ 1

z;-i

On

grim

pil

I'ir

-0-

me when

hear

pt5^
long and

dreary

way

Fears and per

ils

are

around

--r*-

\f^^=

Ma-

ve

:T-

l=gi=--^-

a,

bright and pure,

^^

-(9-

-1:
-O"

ra

shall I, if

Thou,

pro me.

^m\ f

2 Ave Maria, Queen of heaven,


Teach, O teach me to obey ;
Lead me on through fierce temptations.
Stand and meet me in the way.
When I fail and faint, my Mother,
Ave Maria, bright and pure, Ora pro me,
Ora pro me.

Then

-0-n^l--SZ
ri

P^

DtzT

r-

me.

Mary,

Art my strong support and stay.


Fear nor ieel the threefold danger,
Standing forth in dread array.

ra

pro

--I-

me.

-3"Cr

Now and

ever shield and guard me,


pure, Ora pro me,

Ave Maria, bright and


Ora pro me.
4

When my eyes are slowly closing,


And I fade from earth awav.
And when Death,
Claims
Claims

Ave

the stern destroyer,

my body as his prey.


my soul, O then, sweet

Maria, bright and pure.


Ora pro me.

Mary,

Ora pro me,

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.

123-0

lUoderato

Mary, Dear Mother,

2l5

How Fondly

2 In thy blessed keeping my soul is sectre,


Though foes gather round to affright or ailure,
I fear not the devil, his might nor his charms.

When cheered by

thy presence, upheld by thy arms.


not the wicked, their weapons, their skill ;
I fear not the world, let it rage as it will
I fear not my passions, though wayward and wild,
If thou. Help of Christians, wilt shelter thy child.
4 In moments of sorrow^, in anguish of heart*
In pain, in afBiction, my comfort thou art

I fear

When

Thou

coldly repulsed
still

5 O, help

To

and abandoned by

all.

standeth by me, thou hearest my


in life, in its work and its woes,

call.

me

carry my crosses, to conquer my foes


O, help me in death, that my soul be set free
To fly unto Jesus, thy Son. and to thee.
!

Flee.

ST.

216

124-Holy

Moderatn,

Ho

World

ly

-ly

pa

JOSEPH.

Patron

Thee Saluting.

^^^m^^^

tronlthee

dang- ers

for

sa

them

lut

ing,
fear - ing,

at-tend
3 Thou, who faith - ful - ly
our fer - vent prayers as-cend
4 May
O watch
a-round
5 Through this life,

^S s

Here we
Youth -ful

to

ed

Him whom heaven and

ing

Move

us,

Fill

thee
with

our
our

{ox

love

m^^^m$

hearts sin - cere;


we bring,
thee
earth
a - dore;
souls
to plead
eve - ry breath.
;

^^t^

with

^~
_

meet

hearts

Blest

Grant,

Who
May

Saint Jo
in

And when

-tS-

with pi r.
thy smile
part

Fd:

vir

=1=^

seph, all
tue per
ous care
of peace
ing fears

J
-

rl

nit

se

ver - ing,
fend - ed

de

des

sur

cend round

ing,

ing,
us,

:t

ipzzz^iztp
cnoRvs.

-*T*

ST.
HOLY PATRON

THEE SM\iJlH(i-Continued.

^__^^

:^:
man

of

kind

Hear

217

JOSEPH.

-_j

^^

"m

1-

dren

chil

thy

^^3^||

-^3-

^-^-^

-s^

-^

plor

^-

-f=2

1^^

ing,

r ^:
H-

tzici:

:^^

thy

pro

tec

(=2..

I :^i=i^:

-ts-

:i
-<si-

125

tion

find.

si-

Joseph, Pure Spouse.

3=

^-I.

:2:

To

pure

seph,

of

spouse

that

im

u*

i
^

?;

:^
shines

in

ev

er

n
mor

bride

tal

li

:Nii^fe

1-

Who

:^:

-&<-

we

May

im-

2:^:

-^-

H^

thee

vir

1:

ig:.

gin

glo

^
3:
-

ry

ij::
bright,

-K^

E^fiE^fj^-EEEpJ
^=5?
Thy

praise

lett

all

the

earth

re

echo

ing

S-ZES3^

--^g
P

send

1^

~-W-

1ft!"

-cp-

2l8

ST.

JOSEPH.

JOSEPH, PURE SPOUSl-Continued.

Back

to

tlie

back

realms,

the

to

of

realms,

light.

^m

4^-

2 Thine arms embraced thy Maker newly bom,


With Him to Egypt's desert didst thou flee;

As do

Him

in Jerusalem didst seek and And,


Oh, day of joy oh, day of joy io thee
;

Not

The

126 Holy

own lifetime to enjoy thy God,


the blest, as do the blest in heaven.

us, great Trinity, for Joseph's sake,


heights of immortality to gain,

There with glad tongues Thy praise

death their blissful crown


Others obtain ; but unto thee was given
until after

%. CHORUS.

Grant

.^

In thine

to celebrate

In one eternal, One Clemal Strain

Joseph, Dearest Father.

Allegretto.

feS
Holy

dearest

Jo-seph,

fa

iher.

To

thy children's prayer in-

^^=rM

ist^i:*it

cline,

Whilst

fe^

^-^1

=i?

we

^-^-

jo\s and sor

rows.

And

the glories which are

-m-

SOLO.

*=^

1.

How

2.

Near

thine.

Thy

Fine.

r^

sing

r^=-3^
how

to thank thee,
to
ry,

to praise thee,
Je - sus,

near

and

thota

hast

we

will

to

3.

We

4.

One more

have praye
fa

vour

:^
Bless

Ma

an-swered
ask thee,

8=ir

ed

And, kind
We have

Thou

of

ST.

JOSEPH.

HOLY JOSEPH, DEAREST fMiilR-Continued.

A L

219

220

ST.

JOSEPH.

WITH TENDER LOn-VonUnued.

...

-^'

sing, Saint Jo-seph, dear,

when

,-^

life

is

1
sin and sor-row
waves ofC-

.T1
When

dark.

wm^m^^^^&'
r.^ri^

rise,

Guide thou our

frail

and trem-bling bark, Safe to the port beyond the

2 Kind Father, from thy throne above,


Look down upon thy children.
And help our wayward hearts to love
The hidden life so dear.

Guard

For

thou

3-

bless

4.

When

the

ian
to

ed
trea

Of

child

-=1

lily fair.

thy humility.

Guardian of Mary.

Ma

of
the
Saint
sures

pil

Jo
of

ry

God

fa

art
!

of

her

ther

and

was

thy

nurse

dear

grim
seph

how

great

were

un

sheltered on

^^^=^

^^
e^

favor'd Saint

That bloomed in fullest beauty,


Impart to us the perfume rare

128 Dear

2.

skies.

h-

=ij

Life's

are
sus

ways

guide,

And

Je

worth,

The

earth.

Safe

one
keep

chos
-

ing

full

wear

and

Ma

en

shad
found

was

y.

the

des

ry

felt

safe

ow

of

for

them

God
both

ert

IS

at

thy

up

on

in

thy

^^^

i^Ei

ST.

JOSEPH.

221

DEAR GUARDIAN OF MARY-CONTINUED.

rn^^pwild

side

Bleak sands

Ah
The

earth

bless

Fa
Fa

worth,

^m
'^:

ed

Saint

Jo

iher

of

Je

seph,
sus

ther

of

Je

sus!

us,

how

safe should

ah
be

then

=Si

>--e=z-

2^

home can

no

all

iE=i.^^-S-33

round

are

thou

wilt

fa

we

ther

to

g^=g=il

^
see

Sweet
Sweet
Sweet
Sweet

be,

be,

me,

Spouse
Spouse
Spouse
Spouse

our
our
our
our

of
of

of
of

La
La
La
La

dy we
dy if
a
dy
dy and
!

lean

up

thou

wert

fa
I

ther
will

on thee.
with me.
to

me.

love thee.

Sl^l'^1^
129 Great

Saint Joseph

Throned

in

AUefffetto.

rf -ii>r

;^,
I

-3

pi?i

^J

Great Saint Jo

throned in

sephl

Bt;

0M
reigning

in

Glory.

:#

22

the

skies,

W0W-

glo

Thou

ry,

art

0^-^^
p
^

How we

see

thy

transports

ST.

222

CREAT SAINT JOSEPH

JOSEPH.
THRONED

Wm&

--^M
glow-ing

Neaih the

?=

-Ml

light

Ma

of

en one 8.

IN CLORY-CONTINUEO.

Glorious Saint

eyesl

ry's

mJo-seph!

h^- -* -r

Guardian

Ma

of

-m-

-m-

ia life's last hour, wilt

ry,

thou

be

4-

-S-

^aC^

-S

!-

-^K
Glorious Stint

nigh!

Guardian of

so
si^ph'

Ma

Id life's last

ry,

eta^

311

hour

^^

be njgh

thou

wilt

30
S -g

a^-

f ^-f
3

^
3

great Saint Jo-seph pray for

-*-*

"^-fliit.
zm^itidpitd
I
I

1-

:=l:

:Sf^
us,

O great

Saint Joseph pray for us,

rM

zB.---^:=.B-.

V"
O great Saint Joseph pray

Thou wert as a shadow tender,


Of the great Eternal One,
Shielding from the world's rude tempests,
Mary, Mother of His Son.

JJitit
3

lit

for

us

f^lp

An, when life's long scene is closing,


Holy Patron then be nigh.
In that hour of bitter anguish.
Teach, oh teach us how to die.
1

ST.

130Great

223

JOSEPH.

Meek and Lowly.

St. Joseph,

Music and words by Sisters op Mercv,


St. Xavier's,

Chicago^

111.

Andante.

tr

mm^^m^m^^^
1.

2.

Great
Great

meek and low

St. Jo-seph,

St. Jo-seph, Christ-like,

es3=

tend

:=^:

ly,

Guardian

er,

Fos

:J^

ter

S(-

of our Lord, Allfather and de-

-^-

^'

^M^^^

aig^^giEs:
ho

fend

ly,

Hail

er

Of

this

-I-

a^EE^s;

'iS--.

While our

day,
our Heavenly King,
glorious

-1^'

2^

Pa

-Jl:

i=^

sound

ing,
vent,

^-^:

List

Hear

Lov

Hap

Piip

gen -tie, humble.

-J^M-^

-(SI-

^-

3^

:*=gS

voic-es blithely

tient,

--^r

'^-

fer

-=1

.-

rap ture
ing hearts in
si - lent, faith - ful
py,

serv

ing,
ant,

-Sl-T

J-^?;]^- jj-s J

our prayer to
us while we

bound

'

Make

thee

us

Guard our

pray

C2.

-h-

^
ho ly
souls this

-TZt
be.

day.

-<s>-

^^Z

z^Om~-

--Sl-

-s?"

'^~wI^~*

"&-

22:
-<s?-

ST.

224

JOSEPH.
lO^U -Continued.

GREAT ST. JOSEPH, MEEK AND

1^-

^=:t-:

^--Tziz^fi^'

35^=r^Hi

and free the chor-us


and when life's day is

Full

Now

mm

^j^

1^ S
rais

clos

ho
thy
thy arms

All
In

ing,
ing,

r?-

-I

3^:

J?-

li

our

now

ness

lives cn-

d=

ilzzs

3^-:^3:

-==>-

aj=a|: =il=zi|: -

:g=S:
prais
fold

ing,

We

sing our sweet

ing.

To

thee, sweet saint,

m-

-M-MzimL
-

We

est

lay,

we

pray.

sing our sweet

Oh, guide our steps

^_:
/

Allegro.

All

J?'

i^^i3=sj

^=

lay.

all

hail,

-IS-

Saint

hail

*-

-^E

:22:

-^ .S^
-<S'-

-O-

al-

all

hail.

way.
^-T

est

^:
m

1;^^

-is-

=i*=

^-^--

.^"-4

1^
-

Jo

1531

1^

=^=;^

seph, dear

est

all

Saint,

hail,

All

all

hail,

2i:

hail

:^=tf3^

i^-^-Jy

r^

tfs^-

Religioso

^T

^
Saint Jo

^^m.

!1

seph, dear

est

i^g=^l

saint.

Our

hearts

in

praise,

:2^

on

ST.

JOSEPH.

225

MEEK AND lOVIVf Concluded

IIREAT ST. JOSEPH,

mf

=t^^
^^ j^^
we

raise.

^s^^^m

Thy

glo-ries

we

now

sing.

-'S'-

Our hearts in

praise,

szzss:

on

22:

i!

:^g^=j^g^Ej

3-:Eg^^:
we

high

raise.

::z
H^-

Jo

Thy

^EE?;

seph, dear

$?;

Jo

__y.

dear

seph,

--

est

lg

saint.

-si-

-is-t-

131Dear

St.

Joseph,
Nazareth Convent,

to St. Joseph."

-H

=q-,

Saint

sing,

:^^

:^:

Words out of "Visits

g2

we

1-

saint, Saint

est

--^-

now

ries

glo

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Rochester, N. Y.

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Dear
Glori
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-^:

te^s^
S' tz:

dear -est
ous Jo-seph, deign to
to

me,

my

re-

St. Jo-seph, oh,

Bring-

-!

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mem

ber,

Path
hear

me.

er,

When thou

didst this

Je-sus as my
you love and

When

life

de

guest

di
I

praise

part,
vine,
sing,

0-\

226

ST.
DEAR

How
In

-0-

-_,^

for

fa

-f-

vors,

-0-

JOSIPHConiinued.

hands

the tend -er


tliat last
e

When

ST.

of

Je

vent

ful

hour

grac

es plead

-0
0-.

^ ^ ^ ^

JOSEPH

sus

Pil

....

Lot

-iiig'

To

lowed thee
His heart
your feet

.p.-^

1^*

up
re-

my

-fi*-

^V=#i=3^
on hisheart;By

thy last

thegraceof

pose on mine. Pray for me to


sor- rows bring. Oh! re-fusenot

moments Dear-est Fath-er,

my sweet Mother, Tha'with Je-sus


my last moments With your pres-ence
::]=2

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tj

pray
she
to

jJ

IN

for

me,

,/n

That

may come,

To

con

Je

sole,

-j

my death be
con -duct my
sus,

Ma-ry,

hap
soul

dear

^-j
py,

-I

ROSE OF LIMA.

ST.

132 First

227

Flow'ret of the Desert.


Arr. Bertini.

Andantine.

^i

P- i^r

First

2.

And once a mid

flow'ret
-

iiie

i^-i-F

*
We

p-i-|

des - ftrt wild, Whose leaves the sweets of


grace ex hale,
raptures prayer, Thy heavenly Spouse him - self came down,

of the

1,

thy

:S=t:

-s-

-&.-

Most

:ii^

forrt:
greet thee, Lima's sainted child. Rose of
sweet - ly breathing in thy ear, "Rose of

all hail When first appeared the


heart, receive thy crown," And whilst a mid His

A-mer-i-_ca,

my

-&-

--X

=|:

-s-

---?-?-

Nt

=i=q=
^E

Beam
Thou

fant smile

in

glo

ries

now

--

-<&lii

ing up -on thy features meek,


Him face to face,
deign,

seest

Rose, to

-St-

^'::l

while,

vow.
1

St

The

on
glo

:j=z=-|SJ
&
^^-^

mer-i

ca, all hail

:qr

E^:

thy
ry

Rose of

:t

!^=
rose-bud
grace and

That

^^

;-:*

^
^11^'

^-^ ==^
child,

4::

^#

gij

11=

1:1=}:

^-MT

if there blushed the


hear thy suppliants'

-f2-

:.

--

Itseemedas
St.

-i-#-

vir

gin

we

may

cheek.

j=r

Li

^-i
p
^
ma s sainted child, Rose

-1

--1

1_^

nt=:p?
greet thee, sainted

=iz
^

_^

(S

qiij'===zz:T=^
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""
y
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We

gain.

* ^^

==

of A-mer-i-ca,

g
1

all

ST.

228

133-To

n*

Modernto,

ANNE.

Kneel At Thine Altar.

>

_A-_-J^nr ^_

w^m

=iL...
I

To

kneel

thine

at

mM
gt^
s^:

on

ward by

draw

Ma

ry,

thy daugh-ter

so

dear.

:N:

mm

we

faith

CHORUS.

in

tar,

-^-

Led

near,

al

d^-Ji

52ZZ6i<=zt

ff

Good

Saint Anne!

we

on

call

thy name,

r*
'S=l

t^K

$:

i^i^

:;&
es

prais

?^^^
2

loud.

thy

chil

dren

pro

Of old when our fathers touch'd Canada's shore,


They named thee its Patron and Saint evermore.

To all who invoke thee thou lendest an ear.


Thou soothest the sorrows of all who draw near.

4 Saint Anne, we implore thee to list to our pray'r


In time of temptation, take us in thy care.
5 In this life obtain for us that which in best,
And bring us at length to our heavenly rest.

claim.

Thy

ST.

CHORUS

134-0

^t:

ANNE.

Glory Raised.

In

Lady High

229

^iii^fe^i^ii

^ti
O

La-dyhigh

in

g!o

Whose daughter

ry raised,

ev

s
er

:i^-.
The Sove

blest

?:&:

reign

of

the

:i|E=^

^i^i-^iP?i
ma-

her

ter

nal

breast.

^]-^-

^_r:_|

^:zfe=T^=Eztizi

'hEL

:cfe:

-J-.

hath laid

skies

t-rgl

fezj?i

On

iLii

^-

What we

^S

had

lost

in

-is-

1-

^:

J^

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-t

(S"-

II

rtzL-Lziz*:

;^

SOLO.

3^!?

^^i

^-%=rz:^-^z^
hap

less

Eve,

Vhy

Vir-gin Child

re

stores.

(S>-

Sfc^
-rrt^

'^^^m

Op'n-ing to us

in

Christ

^-new,

The

ev-er-last

ing

doors.

-^s*

(?-

^^r-\
ffc^

-5?--

-1S-

gain celestial light and grace.


Dear heir of endless fame,
For us and all who memory keep
Of thy immortal name.

To Him,

Whom

the Saviour of the world,

Anna's daughter bore,


with the Sire and Paraclet
All glory evermore.

Be

230

ST.

135 Hibernia's

I.

Hi

ber-nia's

-#

Saint, All Hail

Champion

Saint, all hail

Champion

^eg= -^

PATRICK

With

fadeless

0-

glory crown'd

The

-00!.

4::

oflf-spring

-^

of

ar

your

dent zeal. This day

your praise shall sound.

-0

^ff+t

:q:

-?--

CHORUS.

:#ft=S-^'0

Great and

glo

rious

^-

Pat

St.

Sli*

5-#

rick,

J=::t

Pray

i^^EJisaEi=|=
dear coun
-

for that

^=-.^-

:?^

try,

Great and glo-rious St. Pat

rick.

Hearken

to the pray'r of thy children,

-G

2 Borne on the wings of charity,


To Erin's coast you flew ;
Bade Satan from her valleys flee,
And his dark shrines o'erthrew.

3 Wand'ring thro' error's gloomy night,


Our sires did lose their way ;
You cheer'd their hearts with heavenly

5 Mortals, with amazement seeing


Senseless idols prostrate fall.
Own the author of their being,
And proclaim Him Lord of alL

With

truth's consoling ray.

[light.

Sickness

flies, his voice obeying,


Sightless eyes behold the day,

And

the

pow'rofGod

displaying,
his prey.

Death unwilling yields

ST. PATRICK.

13 6 -All

Praise

23l

To Saint

Patrick.

praise to Saint Pat-rick, who brought to our mountains The


been to us light, when earth'slightswereall set;
For the
is
a Saint in the bright courts of heaven, More
2 There
not
drives it
far off from the green
Like the
shore,
sun-ny
3

Then what shall we do for


Fa - ther of Ire-land

the
1

no

heav

en-sent

father

"What

own

wilt thou

child

Whose

^=&
Itfi:

^^^

- ^

^-

ftT

1^

>

:i=t^

of God'sfaith, the sweet light ofHis love! All praise to the Shepherd who
of faith they can
nev- er de - cay, And the best of our glories is

gift

glo-ries

to
the land of
faith-ful than he
rep-tiles that fled from his curse in
shall the proof of our loy - al - ty
is

life

not light-ed

^^-

by

hischoice;Oh,

fct

^
whom

may the na-tion to

:fz=r=:|:

iii
L

^^F^.r^

showed us the fountains That


bright with us

well

dis-may. And Erin, when error's proud


all that is dear to our
be?
By
grace on its way ; For
theyare true Irish, ah

yet, in

he was giv-en,

the

In
Will

rise
faith

a-bovel
the Heart of the Saviour
Pat - rick's day.
and the feast of Saint
in

the feast

of their Sire and

apostle

re-joice.

be found keep-ing Saint Pat rick's day.


hearts, we would rather Be martyred, sweet Saint, than bring shame upon thee.
Pat rick's day.
yes, they a lone, Whose hearts are all true on Saint
tri

umph

is

o'er,

still

ST PATRICK

232

ALL PRAISE TO SAINT PATRICK -Continued.

For hundreds of years, In smiles and in tears, OurSainthathbcen withus, our


True to his love,
He keeps the false faith from
Jn glory a-bove
take The promisswe make, So
But oh, he" will
to live that our lives, by
"
'
'

^-^-

wm^kM

^^_
-PP-

-^^^

Til.

shield and our stay ;


his chil-dren away

All

The

God's help, may display The

^-M

1^^="^

It

else

may have gon. Saint Patrick alone He hath

dark

Far worse than death,

false faith

light that

To

he bore

^d

137-Hail,
Andante

i:

Oh he

E- rin's shore. Oh Yes!

E ^

4=r

Patron Of Erin.

grasioao.

~^m
I

J).C.

Hail, Patron of ErinI bright Star of the West, Whallandhasnothcarri of thy

,p

wJ

fame? Dear,

Mz^ ^FJt'^ES^^
if^=^_^5,l-

-^MM^-J^
-*--r
dear to my soul are

tlie

souls thou hast blest,

And

dearer, if aught, be

tliy

name.

To

m^^^^M

ST.
HAIL,

Gospel soon banished

DOMINIC.

233

PATRON OF ERIN-COHTINUEO.

dol- a-try's night,

k
Christians

And

""
bask'd in

its

-^^
ray.

^^^^^^^5^^=^

W^

"^^^---0-

On

thy steps, great Saint!

all

blessings awaited,

been our doom


Yet the light of thy doctrine ne'er has abated,
'Twas the lamp that cheer'd through the gloom.

Though

slav'ry has since

Like the

light, that illumes the billowy sea.


darkness o'ershadows its breast,
guide the toss'd mariners, wan with dismay.

When
To
To

the haven of safety and rest.

ST. DOMINIC.

138Thou, Who

Maestoso

Hero-Like, Hast Striven.

1 Thou who, ne-ro- like hast stri-ven


For the cause of God and hea-ven,
2 Flower of chas-ti-ty, the fair- est Of her li - ly buds thou bear-est
ev-er ciaim-ing Souls for Je - sus, by the nam-ing,
3 Great A-pos-tle,
4 With those Aves, first and plain-est Of the Church's prayers, thou rain-est

J^.

&

^.

-I

Z2.

re - call. Saint of high and


Dom-in-ic, whose life was giv-en Sin-ners to
Snow-white as the robe thou wearest, Gift froni hands di-vine. With thy brow of
Ma - ry and her Son proclaiming Mys-ter-ies of faith. Still, O Dom-in Bless-ings on the earth, and gainest Souls whom Je-sus made Lov-ing fa-ther.

ST.

234

THOU, WHO HERO-LIKE, HAST STRIVEN-CONTINUCO.

J J

^_^j

STANISLAUS KOSTKA.

spi rit, By thy vast un - measured mer - it By thy name which


starry splen-dour, With thine eyes so mild and ten-der, Ma-ry's
cli - ent,
ic, the preach-ing Of those childhke beads is reach-ing Childlike
hearts, all
at thy
sta-tion Of
se-raph-ic con-tem - pla - tion, In each hour of
-

daunt-less

^^

H ,-^J-4i=g^

we

in

truth's

de

3
=rs--=^
her
Hear us when we
-

fen

it,

To our prayers in
Christ's own life and

der,

sweet-ly teach-ing

dark temp-ta-tion, Give

:^
IS'-

.fei^:

^-

139-Dear

r-r=#

Dear

sav-ing

death, Christ's

own

aid;

give thy

~^S>

TT}'

ST.

Anitnato.

thy

hear us when
we
to our prayers in
cline,
call,

life

sav

call,

cline.

and

death,

ing

aid.

STANISLAUS KOSTKA.

Saint,

Who On Thy

^^m^m

Natal Day.

T=t

ST.

THERESA.

235

DEAR SAINT, WHO ON THY NATAL DAY-CONTINUEO.

Sweet flow'r, that loved to bloom unknown, 4 Teach us, like thee, to shrink from sin,
A Saint 'mid worldly pomp and pride
Like thee to love sweet purity;
T\^ho at the footstep of a throne
That we from Mary's heart may win
Knew naught but Jesus crucified.
The love she oncebestowed on thee
;

who cast a crown away,


To be with Christ despised and poor;

3 Blest youth,

Teach us

to walk our lowly way,


Content, though humble beour store.

ST.

140

Faithful

Pattorale,

Thus

safe

baneath her gentle sway,

Oh, may the grace to us be giver


To pass from earth some happy day.
And join thee in the courts of heaven

THERESA.

To Thy Spouse And Love.


h

Faith-ful to thy Spouse and love.Saint Theresa thee we pray,


Thouwhosehearto'erflowed with lo%'e,Which led thee forth to win,
3 Thusthroughall thy mor tal life. An an gel pure and bright.

S^

Pi&-

a-

-W-

-9-

-9-

Bless-ed Daughter of the Church, Which honours thee to - day.


rant rage and pa - gan scorn, Unnumbered souls from sin ;
ty
love

of

God and

zeal for souls

Led

ma

ny un

to

light

'Mid
Thy.

ST.

236

THERESA.

FAITHFUL TO THY SPOUSE AND LOVE-CONTINUEO.

rq:

t?L

Thou didst serve thy God


All

When

in truth,

And he 'mid death and shame.

ing joys of earth Were worthless in thine eye,


thy time of tri-umphcame, Thy blood bedewed the sod;

the fad

^^3?_-3=iE^
'1

ii^^^#ip^p
Gave thee strength to meet th&strife, And conquer in
his
For oh immortal was the crown A - wait-ing thee on
!

hap-py name, but happier fate, To-yield thy

life

for

Name.
high

God

CHORUS.

m^k
5

Blest Saint Theresa, pray that

meek

of

heart and firm

we May

of faith,

May

ne'er our

for

Him

God de

ny,

and

die

live

But

Efg

ST.

141

AGATHA.

237

-We Come To Thee,

We

While ii>

-5^

come

hap

of youth.

To

for

us,
.0.

:t=?

-^

and

claim

thy care

God

thy heart was


of
the sea

tyred Saint, While on

the ros

py Saint, To

to thee,

pray

^M^E^^^^
dawn
mar

Saint.

Happy

Allegretto.

-gt--

is:

To

love
given,..
life,..^.

#-

And

We

-#-

p-

W-

thy guid-ance

beg

thro' life

true
Strug

gle with

thy
the

thro'

this

life.

spot

less

soul

wind and waves,


-#-

To
'Mid

O
-0-

end
suff

aid

less bliss

a-

'ring soared to

us 'mid

the

AGATHA.

ST.

2 38
WE COME TO

HAPPY SAINT-CONTINUEO.

THEE,

iirt^ii
dan
gcrs
crowa of

hov

fade

death'sdread hour

er

near

less

light,

IS

nigh,

that

God

its

ra

pray

may

O.
O,

may
diance

that Christ

pray

may

IT^

F=?-

^3^-^ii
CHORUS

4V-T

on us

an

gels send

-A-

And
To

for us, Saint

pray
-

ri

ty

quer

ev'

the

gloom

cheer

has

when w-e'vetri-umphed o

versin,

And

fus strength
w/i\\ give
us
ra-diance shine on

pray 'thatXlctd

'pray

__P

its

that Christ

-_..

may an-gels send

O
Thy
And

night,

tL

crown of

m^

dan-gers hov

for thee

may

:#ix-
fear,

ry
of

t=r

-gath-a. For

won

our souls

bear

ii=i=4^
E^J

t
pu

con

us strength to

give
shine

near;

fade-less

light.

death's dread hour

is

nigh.

*i

r^=d--

To con - quer ev' - ry


And cheer the gloom of
on
To bear our souls
-

o
o
o

er

-r

-^

J^

:i^
-

fear,

night,
high.

CECILIA.

ST.

142

Veni Sponsa Christi.

Nazareth Convent,

Sisters of St. Joseph,

Quartette
for

239

Female voices

Rochester. N.Y.

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ni

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Cae-

Christi

Spon-sa

?:?f3:t

^-^

Sostenuto.
^5.;

ci

Ac

a,

- ci -

pe Cor

g_:izd=:^i^
S-^m-d-

:il=:^:=:

'

nam,

Ac

ci

<&'

-z^;

1^-_|

Do

mi

nus,

0~

tJ

Prae

pa

ra

vlt,

Quam

ti-bi

Do-minus, Prsepa

ravit

in

ae-ter

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zd-imF.
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r
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240
YEN! SPONSA CHRISTi -CoNriNUtn

'
I

ti -

Quam

num,

Do

bi

#-L-

mi-nus, Prae-par a
-

-J

TT t

:t

Cae

ni,

i;>

lia,

Ve

Ve

num.

in

ae

ter


0~
^
tt ^^ ^V f

:t

- vit

5*-

--

ni,

Cae

-^

-ST
- ci

:d:

=MiaEE5EESlli=35E?J

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-<5>-

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-zi-

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1430,

Turn to Jesus, Mother, Turn.

Adagio,

nm
i=^
^-f
1.

2.
3.

cJ

turn to
Je sus,
they have fought a
They are the children

Ah

Moth

-0-

gal

of

X-O-

names; Pray
vered
aid ;

And
In

for the

af
pit

-^

12:

?^^=^

jQ-

ho

Utk
-

-0-

er, turn, And call Him


lant fight ; In death's cold

thy tears;

er

their

i*-

The har-bor

An

t.k.

W^

mid the cleansing


of their rest

age, while glo-ry


I

tgEEEt^

to

T=

It

un-cheer - y night,
y think each hour appears

^^

--

sou:s that burn This hour a-

ly

His tend'rest
by
arms they per - se-

Then hasten, Moth

--

ter life's
-

-0-

is

is

flames,

neared.

delnyed.
/TV

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32:|=

=x=^
-rf-

It:

ALL SOULS.

144 Pray

241

for the Dead.

Moderato.

if^

Pray

for

the dead
-\

sfe=I

?r

at

noon and

eve,

Lift

to

up

God

thy fond request, Im-

:?=t

-f^T-

Fine.

=1=P

-H

^-

h-,

&-

^ir

:Szl:i-zI:?==:jH=i=TZj^

plore his goodness

to

re

lieve

The

sufFring souls

and grant them

*-*

-SI

rest.
/TV

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-s>-~

i
1.

--

53

----

:^EE^

Pray

for

ET^E

the dead

1_!S-

though

gJEgfEQJj

faith

i^ 5-- -^^

-(-

-6

Yet while

ful they,

for

0-^-^6>-f-0-

-e-=*-r

-Q-

-O-

fit

the pen

-##-

-19-

t^

main. Must suffering purge the debt a


For God will hear thy sigh, if

ease,

giv'n.

^:

That thou

thy-self

may
ci-

way,

meek

leave the

And

To

en

ties

re-

-O-

penance cleanse the

Thy tears

bier.

al

if

ter

of

fered

sinful stain,

up

for peace.

pure at once in heav'n.


/r\

-(2-

-^

be heard and bring them


their stains may be
for-

the dead! thy pray' rs, tho' weak. May yet


Pray
in
ho - ly fear, Pray that
3. Pray for the dead

2.

gSteH

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tit

&-

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t:=f

ALL SOULS.

242

1.45

We Humbly

Dearest Lord,

Crave.

4^-1^=^

='

bly crave

mer

Thy

cy

the

for

B^*
ifilASS
ho

ly

dead who suf

just-ice dread,

the

in

fer

OJe-sus un-to

^^m^-^

burn-ing wave The rigours of

our request In

pitylet

Thy

Thy Heart incline And


I

fe^^siiiipi^
i^^
^^
grant them. Lord, e

2,

ter

nal rest Let light for

Behold how patiently they bear


The flames that cleanse, the oangs
that thrill,
And bless andfiraise Thee, even there
Submissive to Thy holy will.
O, by the pains that racked Thy breast

From life's first dawn tolife's decline,

Grant

grant them,

ev

er

on them shine.

They are thepurchased of Thy blood.


Then clasp them, Jesus, to Thy breast
;

For though they

sufifer,

they are

Thine.
A.nd grant them, Lord eternal rest
Let light forever on them shine.

4 O, listen to those piteous cries


They waft to Thee by night, by day
Let light foreve" on them shine.
The sobs of love that vainly tries
To rush unto its God away
They've conquered in the holy fight
Byabsence, more than pain, distressed,
The shock of earth and hell withWith love hey burn, with love they pine,
stood
Then grant them, Lord, eternal rest
Let light forever on them shine,
They are the heroes of Thy might,
rest

Lord, eternal

'

ADVENT.

146 See,

243

He Comes

^m

^^^S

S:
See.

comes whom

He

ev'

na

ry

WES

Taught of

tion,

mmiii ^mm

lii3=E=^Ei^^pE

^^Mpm^^^^^m^^
God,

de

sired

to

Filled with

see;....

^^if-ii

3:

and

hope

|lEe=^

ife:

^iM-jE^i=3sm
ex

pec

ta

tion,

That

He

would their

Sav

iour

-m^'-

^i^^i=ii^?iiip3Eiii

Sing,

with

sing

ex

ult

be.

m^m
f
-

we

Haste

tion.

m^^m^m^mmmmm
to

i^:

our

Fa,

ther's

Home

'Peace,

re

demp

tion,

ig-^:M^^?i^fe^

ADVENT.

244

E COMES-CONTiNUED.

SEE.

Now

tion,

joy

from Heaven

earth

to

are come.

0.

f^i
eE2EE^
See,

He comes whom kings and sages,

See, the Lamb of God appearing,


God of God from Heaven above
See the Heavenly Bridegroom cheering
His dear Bride with words of love

Prophets, patriarchs of old,


Distant climes and countless ages,
"Wailed eager to behold.
Sing, oh

sing with exultation.

Glory to th' Eternal Father,


Glory to th' Incarnate Son,
Glory to the Holy Spirit,
Glory to the Three in One.

Haste we to our Father's home


Peace, redemption, joy, salvation,
Now from heaven to earth are come.
;

147 Like

The Dawning Of The Morning,


N-jSr

SMIi^^^^e^i
1

2
-3

Like the dawn-ing


of the morn Thou wert hap-py, blessed Moth
Thou hast wait-ed, child of Da -

heights,

heaven,
o'er:

Like the break-ing


Since the an gel's
Thou hast seen Him,

On

ing,
vid,

moun-tains gold-en
-

ry bliss of
ing now is

On

moon beams

the

of

u
bless ed
sal

the

With the ve
And thy wait

er.

ta

Mo

^^m^^^

tion

In

ther.

And

gloom
rap
see

of cloud
tured ear

him ev

nights,

was given

er- more.

Like

wilt

r^--=t

P^fili^ii

the
thy

Since

a
the

Oh.

his

se

A
hu

cret

told
'

ve

man

of

by

that

and

ADVENT.
LIKE

Trr

an

mid

fea

SiisM

ESp

gels,

Get

night

When

ting

known up

thou wert
They were pass

tures,

24-5

THE DAWNINC OF THE MORNINC-Continued

a
-

ing

on

the

earth,

Is

noint

ed

Queen,

Lii<e

sweet

to

see

Thou

be-

the

^S'

^EEE

p^^m^^^^Mi^^^m^
Mo-ther's
riv -er

ex-pec
ov-er

them

hold-est

this

ta
flow

tion

mo

ment

ing
;

Of Mes - si - ah'sspeed-y birth


Hath the grace within thee been,
Mo- ther showthemnowto me.

^^p^p^ilf=^l^i
148 Hark
Moderato.

An Awful Voice

Is

Sounding.
-^--

Harl<

an aw

ful

voice

sounding; "Christ isnigh!"

is

it

seems to say.

mm^mim

P:4rJ

i-p-i

kl^
Cast

m^m

a- way thedreamsof darkness,

ye chil-dren of

the day

1"'

tei
So when next He comes with glory.
Wrapping all the earth in fear.

Startled at the solemn warning,


Let the earth-bound soul arise
Christ her Sun, all sloth expelling,
,

Shines upon the morning skies.


Lo, the Lamb so long expected.
Comes with pardon down from heaven
Let us haste with tears ot sorrow.
One and all to be forgivep.

May He then, as our defender.


On the clouds of heaven appear.
:

Honour, glory, virtue, merit.


To the Father and the Son,

With

the co-eternal Spirit,


eternal ages run.

WhUe

CHRISTMAS

246

14 9 -Hark! What Mean Those

Holy Voices.

Mode

Hark

Peace

what mean those ho


on earth, good - will

3 Christ

4 Hast

is

born

en,

mor

His

mag
Jr*

i^ti

found;

is

praises sing!.
-

ni

tals,

to

..

fy

en,

edl

Lo, ih'an-gel - ic
Souls re-deemed and

re - ceive
in heav'n

Till

E^H^

Sweet
Reach

es,

Heav

ly

ing far

en and

sins

re

for

whom God
ye

es,

en,

ed

Him,

^S=

^<-|

:i*itj^.

j5--=ia^*=^s=

!5

to

the

-r-

-r:

" Glo

won-droussto

hymns

1-t-

of

jov

ry.

r-

fc-

to

=^=F-

r-

Heav'nly al - le - lu - ias rise.


Loud our goldden harps shall sound.
For you Prophet, Priest and Kingl -Lis-ten
toGod most high."
Glo - ry be

^^^

ing
as
earth

-tr.

-!-

if--^.

Which they chant

be - fore

sing

cnoiivs.

.fer_

joic

giv
ap-point

:ff_-^:

sound

Him; Learn His Name

a-dore

m-^^-^

-+-i

the

..
.

ly voic

from heav
A-noint
great

skies?....

through the

man

ry

CHRISTMAS.
HARKl WHAT MEAN THOSE HOLY VOICES-CoNTlNUED.

247

CHRISTMAS.

248

WITH HEARTS TRULY GRATEFUL Con


1

With hearts

3 Angels

truly grateful,

Come all ye faithful,


To Jesus, to Jesus in

Loud

9,

||:Let s

Carried

in

spotless

Praise, honor, glory.

To

hasten to adore Him:||

Our God and King'.


God to God equal Lig-ht of Light
X'irgin'sever

e-

[ternal;

A 11

who

is

most holy.

To

Jesus, born this day,


Gratefui homage repay;

all heavenly
doth bring.
\\'ord uncJeated,
To our flesh united.

gifts

preceded.
Begotten not created.

>Iim

To Him who

womb.

He all

151

praise Him,

their voices raising,

The heavenly mansions


with joy now ring.

Betiilehem;
See Christ your Saviour,
Heaven's greatest favour.

Chorus

Inued.

now

Oh! Lovely

Infant,

Dearest Saviour.

gro.

E:

-m-

Oh

-m-

Love-ly

:^

^i^e:

-m-

-m- -m-

In

fant dearest

ms5

-m-

-^- -S-

Saviour,

Je

sus

:^

:*z=^

I
friend

--m^

we love Thee

best;

See we

all in

vile

Thee kind-ly Oh, come with

;^3=^^Li^^^l=i^^^
]!^-^-^

in

our hearts to

rest.

Oh, come with

in

our hearts to

i
f
^.
Glo

11- 2s:

%z=mi~-^
--:

rest,

- ri

-=^=^

!-P--a.

Glo

ri

in

ex

eel-sis

De - o
F^i

CHRISTMAS

249

OHl LOVELY INFANT, DEAREST SAVIOUR. -CONTINUED.

-m-

Glo

- ri -

Glo

a,

m40

ri -

ex

in

a,

-dzfz
^=^?=i=^i'^

-eel

De

sis

Glo-ri

and the
::fsi=tvr

and the ec - ho of our mountains

and the echo

-^=p*=^

4;2z:c:

echo,

_^_*_f2

Return

the

Return the song as loud and

Return the song

scng

clear, Glori

v-t?-t?

:=t 3:

ffi
in

^^

ex

:^

2 Lingernct

eel

^-

sis,

in

ex

eel

sis

-(S*-

?2:

1=2'-

-tS*-

De

-M=J9t.

Thy poor stable,


Sta3' not in the freezing' cold;
in

Our warm hearts are warmly opened


Thee, sweet Infant, Thee to enfold.

% Oh we know Thee, King of Heaven,


Tho' we see Thee weak and small,
10

:ic

And we say with hearts confiding,


Thou comest here to save us all4 See,

came

ray heart to offer,

Make it now a crib for Thee,


Come O Jesus, lovely Infant,
Come, enter

in

and stay with

US>

CHRISTMAS.

250

152 -Sleep,
ho

Sleep,

Up

Babe,

ly

Holy Babel
Great Lord

on Thy mother's breast;

ol

Dolce.

ssigii
Sleep, ho

:--=!fL:rz=i-4
H
vX

ir--F
Up

Babe,

ly

3^

on Thy mother's breast

(-

and

and sea

earth

:?s=ta

^-

sky

-^'-

^- -m- --

1^

1^

1^

-^s^

Great Lord of earth and sea and sky,

m-

How

sweet

it

see

to

is

-M=Mz

Sleep,

In such a place of

rest.

holy Babe

sleep,

Sleep, holy Babe


Thine angels watch around

i^^iPt:=l=:

the loving infant smile


there divinely plays.
Sleep, holy Babe sleep, holy

Upon

Which

sleep, holy

Sleep, holy Babe


While I with Mary gaze
In joy upon that face awhile,

-r^

All bending low, with folded wings.


Before the Incarnate King of kings,
In reverent awe profound.

Babe

Babe

Sleep, holy Babe! sleep, holy Babe!

Sleep, holy

ho-ly

:H

?2

^ 1^
^=tB=jg=B^=U

lie.

It

:?^

-I

Thee

-f^-

Babe

Sleep, holy
I

Ah, take thy

Babe

Babe

brief repose

Too quickly will Thy slumbers break,


And Thou to lengthened pains awake,
That doath alone shall close.
Babe sleep, holy Babe

Sleep, holy

CHRISTMAS.

153Seel

Amid

251

the Winter's Snow.

I.

See

mid

E?^^

ff

See

ter's

snow,

Born

A-

-^ten

the

-*-

-j^
der

Lamb

:^=a:

on

us

for

earth

be-

^^i^E

:Jz=i^:

low

win

the

tr

-m-^-

:r4=a=ii=

-^.=^-

appears, Promised from e

-^- -^-

ter

nal years.

CHORUS.

r-^

:M=t-

^=m-

:^=il

g=tiiste=^^=5=g3E|=^=^i=t=ig^
Hail

:t=

thou ev

--^

^:
-I

er

m^

dawn! Sing through

^^

Hail

Re-demp-tion's

J:

=^5^i

hap

py

S=it
-ftJ.:J:

^3:

all

S
Lo

ed morn

j-a^

bless

Je

ru

-^-

TP^
-

sa

lem,

-Christ

"^

is

born

in

Beth-

-i*
-

le

-s-

hem

i^!

within a manger

He who built the


He who, throned
Sits

lies,

starry skies

in height sublime,

amid the cherubim.

Wherefore have ye left your sheep,


On the lonely mountain steep
!

" As we watched at dead of


4
night,
Lo we saw a wondrous light
Angels singing, Peace on earth,'
Told us of the Saviour's birth."
!

'

3 Say, ye holy shepherds, say


What your joyful news to-day ?

CHRISTMAS.

252

154Anffels

I,

Angels

we have

l^=t
And

heard

on high,

the mountains

Have Heard.

Sweetly

singing

-Ksr

the plains,

tie;

^J=^:
in

o'er

-^-

Si-fe

^'

We

re

ply

Ech

back their joy

ous strains.

mf

^E*^j5=i3j^
Glo

ri

9fe

in

ex-cel-sis

De

o.

--^^Sr

Glo

ri

in

ex

eel-sis

De

o
-J

iii

TLzat:

2 Shepherds,

this jubilee?
rapturous strains prolong?
Say what may the tidings be.
Which inspire your heavenly song.

why

Why your

Come

to

Bethlehem, come and

Him whose

sec.

birth the angels sing

Come
The

?f3]

adore on bended knee,


Infant Christ, the new-born King.

4 See within a manger laid,


Jesus, Lord of heaven and earth
Mary, Joseph, lend your aid,
With us sing our Saviour's birth.

CHRISTMAS.

155 Dear

Little One,

253

How Sweet Thou Art!

&i:J^::=qf1=dv

^=iT-i
I.

Dear

lit

tie

One! how sweet Thou

^'

9-^.2fcJ-^=1=^:
:^f^-^:z;

bright they al

Thine eyes so bright they shine, So


-N-f-

:l=:^::=1:

most seem to speak

art,

When Ma

-# t^-

meet

ry's looks

thine,

::r1:

=?=^=

/T\

:f=

^_^_

-*-

_i

^=^
s F-^**
i^

How
r^^-Ej

Thou

faint

fee

ble

is

thy cry, Like plaint of

mur-mur

in

thy sleep

-#

^^
_/_X

When Mary

Thee

bids

sleep

Thou wakest when she calls ;


Thou art content upon her lap,
Or in the rugged stalls.
Thou

dost

Thy

with what a grace,


mother's will,
!

Thine infant fashions

all

betray

The God-head's hidden

skill.

Of

sor

row and

of

love.

Thou

sleep'st,

Simplest of Babes

When

-t^-

dost

harm-less dove.

-0-^-00-

::=1=^-

ife
P
2

and

When Joseph takes Thee in his arms,


And smooths Thy little cheek.
Thou

lookest up into his face


So helpless and so meek.
Yes Thou art what Thou seem'st
!

A thing of smiles and


Yet Thou

art

God,

tears

and

heav'n and

earth,

Adore Thee with

to be,

their fears.

CHRISTMAS

2 54

156-Stars Of

Glory Shine More Brightly

AUegrctto

iia^rig^ilfc^^^^iif
+

Stars of glo

ry, shine

K-fe-fir

^4

Glide ye hours and

momentslightly,

'^

Ml

00

'^

--

more brightly, Pur-er be

the moon-h'ght'sbcam,

Tm

-i-

Swiftly down times deepening stream

P^

gi^i^p^Btp^^iipi
mE^^ziF^^zM-|>:fE^EEM
Bring the hour that banished sadness. Brought redemption

When thcshcp-herdsheardwuhyladncssTidfngsof

V-

down

to

earth,

Saviour's birth.
-=i-

EEE^E&t

-I

Lowly now they bend before Him


beauteous angel soarmg
In His helpless infant state,
celestial
blaze,
the
In
bright
Firmly, faithful they adore Hinx.
On the shepherds low adoring
And His greatness celebrate,
Rest his mild effulgent rays.
'Fear not "cries the heaveuly strangerheavenly voices
'
Him whom ancient seers foretold, 4 Hark the swell ofvaulted
Teal along the
sky
in a lonely manger.
Weeping
"
to behold
Angels sing, while earth rejoices
haste
ye
Shepherds,
"
to our God on high

2 See a

Glory
Glory in the highest heaven.
Peace to humble men on earth
bliss is given,
Joy to these and
In the great Redeemer's birth."
;

Seethe shepherds quickly rising,


Hastening to the humble stall.
the newborn Infant prizing,
As the mighty Lord of all

And

157

CHRISTMAS.

255

The Heavens Bend

to Kiss the Earth.


Music by M.COONEV.

Words by M. H. Glynn.

^^,t
the earth, In honor of this day ;

The hea-vens bend to kiss


)\

4-s F-*

r*"5~t"'

The earth in ecsta:^

*l

\ll

L^

1_

II li f

i^-4V
llPa-l

-
-H

~i^-i'

;:lt

-(&- -0

0-

-0-

cy acclaims, The reign of Christ for aye, A-round the world, across the sky. The

The

ti-dings softly run

stars flash forth the messagebright,The Saviour now has

-=1

Chorus.

l::t=p_t:p:zt: -^-

^*-^

r-r-f
,

:^=* b:Ji:iji -z:_l:- J=Jr.bJ-i


.vS.^ -S-t_*
.0. .0.0- .0. -0.
-,

-gwg-

l:

-,

come. Hail! Prince of Princes Lord and King Thy name we love. Thy praises sing
[Ho!

7 ST

-I

1\

-H-
1-^ -I-

sa-na,

Ho-sa-na,

- -I

1^

:t::.zt:

t/-

y=v

H^z
4-0-

Lord and King, Ho-sa-na, Ho-sa-na, Lord and King!


.0

-I

^^^

-^l=-_Etzit=:t

(S'w^
I

.0..0.J.0..0.

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H- r

-t:

00
40

I-

-0
-4-

/-*

r -v~r

I-

EPIPHANY.

256

THE HEAVENS BEND TO KISS THE EARTH -CONTINUED.

2 The palm to-day rules o'er the sword,


The Truth has dawned on earth,
Idolatry has died the death,
Religion has its birth.
Across the arch of nigfht God views
Fair Bethlehem beneath,
Where Angel choirs weave for His Son
This joyous choral wreath.

158

We

sing of Him Who'll null death's


heal the withered hand, [^swaj'
Who'll turn the demon's power away
And give kind Peace our land.
sing of Him Who'll walk the sea
And calm the raging wind,
We sing of Him Who is to be
The Saviour of mankind.

And

We

A Glorious Voice Sounds

zzlzziiz:^(S

-0-

:^^q=

Through the Night.

257

EPIPHANY.

159 What

Beauteous Sun-Surpassing Star.

2ttoderato,

^=i^t
I

What

^m

beautebussun-siir-pass-ing Star O'er Bethlehem's lonely

^T

afiz?EE'
.z&

t=t
i

2=S=^
a

ris

ing bright

And shows

er far,

0.

1
-

cob see

a-rise,

By

The

God.

died

^
-4-

-A,

3i

li- -it

pro-phets long fore

g^EEEEMfg
East

the era

:^^
EQ^

j-

Star from Ja

it^t

-tr

Re-

*
veals

road.

told

Ye

fei=^f^^i

1^.

a:

ij
-em

na-tions,

in

=r

ip^

the skies, His mes-sen-ger

be

hold

mmmsmm
Star, our hearts

While thus the Star its light imparts,


A ray wilhindoth shine.

Jesus, bright

Which

And suffer not the tempter's arts


To lure us back to sin.
The Light of Gentile lands adoreThe Day-spring from on high

To

leads a few but faithful hearts


seek the glorious sign.

No dangers

can their purpose shake


no delay ;
Home, kindred, country, they forsake,
God calls, and they obey.

Love

suffers

morning

Cleanse with

A.like

Thy

light within.

the Father evermore.

And

Spirit magnify.

LENT.

258

160 Parce

Domine.

ites
Par

Do

ce,

mi-ne,.

ce

par

po

pu

lo,

^^p^

m^m-zm^EE^-

161 Miserere.

Mi

Et se

se

re

cun

me

re

dum

De

i,

- ti

num

secundum magnam
dele

gf

2:

mi

me ab

'Sw^se

ni

iniqui

ta

di

ta

tern

te

fe

ci

soli
*
:

Quoniam

cog-nos-co,

me

est

meum e-go
peccatum meum con

iniquitatem

et

sem

per.

us,*

rum.

am

tu

am

me

am.

peccavi, et malum co ram


ut justificeris in sermonibus
-

vincas cum - jud - - ca - ris


6 Ecce enim in iniquitatibus-con-cep*
et in peccatis
tus sum,
concepit metuis, et

me.
4

^^

cor

qui

5 Tibi

te

me-a, 'et a pecca-to me o mun-da

tra

\^S^-

Amplius lava

tu

^m

iSZ.

22:

multitudineml
ra
mise
I

ma

ter

me

a.

LENG

259

MISERERE-CONTINUED
veritatem-dil - ex - is - ti
incerta et (xxulta
sapientise tuae mani
fes- tas -ti mi -hi.
da
? Asperges me hyssopo-et-mun
bor : * lavabis me, et super ni - vera d&
al ba bor.

7 Ecce

eniiTi

9 Auditui * meo dabis gaudium et-lae


am
et exultabunt ossa hu - mi -

ti - ti -

li -

ta.

10 Averte

me

de -

is,

et

fadam tuam a pec ca - tis


omnes iniquita tes me as
-

ie.

11 Cor mundum crea in-me De - us,


et spiritum rectum innova in viscer -

bu&

me
Ne

12

*
i

is.

projicias me

a fa

*
cie tu - a,
ne au-fer - as

Spiritum Sanctum tuum


a me.
13 Redde mihi laetitiam salu ta ris
* et
tu-i,
spiritu principa-li con -fir
ma me.
et

16 2

quia

visitavit, et fecit

untate

mu

Je

20

ri

er

tis

su

bis

cis

sane

ti.

ut aedificentur

oblationes

sacrificium justi-

et

^ ^

6 Jusjurandum quod juravit ad Abra*


datu rum
ham-pa - trem nos - trum,

se

no
7

bis.

Ut

sine timore,

nostrorum-li
*

il

bera

demanu inimicorum
*
servi - a mus
ti,
-

li.

8 In sanctitate, et justitia

et

- 1

tulos
21 Gloria Patri, etc.

nos tris,
de manu omnium qui-o - der- unt nos.
faciendam
misericordiam
Ad
cum5
*
et memorari tespa tribus nos - tris,
-

on,
salem.

Si
-

- i.

e-jus.

4 S'alutem ex ini-mi

a
ru

Tunc acceptabis

redemptioneni

no

ho -lo - caus- ta *
tunc imponent super alta - re tu-um vi

tisB,

HC? II-

tu

Beneaictus.

3 Sicut locutus est per os sancto


*
rum,
qui a sseculo sunt, prophe ta

tamenti-su

domo David pu

rum

tum, Deus, non de - spi - cies.


1^ Benigne fac, Domine, in bona vol-

l^

2 Et erexit cornu sal


in

et
Docebo iniquos-vi - as tn as,
1^
impii ad te-con ver ten tur.
15 Libera me de sanguinibus, Deus,
Deus sal - u - tis me - ae, * et exultabit
lingua mea justi ti am tu am.
*
16 Domine, labia me - a a - pe - ries ,
et OS meum annuntia bit-lau-dem tu-am,
17 Quoniam si voluisses, sacrificium
de - dis - sera u - tique * holocaust - is
non de-lec - ta - beris.
18 Sacrificium Deo spiritus contri *
cor contritumet humilabu-la-tus,

ip

so,

co

ram

bus nos - tris.


puer, propheta Altissi mi

omnibus

di-e

9 Et tu,
vo - ca - beris,* praaibis enim ante faciem

Domini parare.vi

as e -jus:

260

LENT.
BENEOICTUS-CONTiNUED.

10

Ad dandam
*

bie-jus;

rum

scientiam salutis

12 llluminare his, qui in tenebrls, et

ple-

umbra-mor - tis se-dent: " ad


gendos pedes nostros in-vi - am pa

remissionem pecca-to-

in

o rum
11 Per vicera misericordiiB-De - i DOS*
tri
in qulbas visitavit noaori - ens ex
al-to
e

^
f

X
O
o
o

Cor
Cor
Cor

Je

Jo

su

Sa

se

Im
Pu

seph

-SJ-

=g=

Marl

^='4

Cor Jesu.

2S

era

ris

tis

-la

macu

-s

si *

ife

:t:

163- Now

cis.

13 Gloria Patri, etc;

162*

diri-

in

simam
turn

'mum
-G>-

Are The Days Of Humblest Prayer,

Slowly.

'^

Now
Now

are

The

feast

hap

:OEi
Az:

the days

the sea

is

We, who

of pen
-

L^ -

>

hum-blest prayer,

of

son, wise

ance

oh,

ly

long,

so bright,

py time of bless -ed tears.


have loved the world, must learn

-m-^-

4-

When

con

scien -ces

to

Of sad - der thought and


With true con - ver sion's
of
sur - er hopes
Of

Up

on

^^

that world

our

ii

LENT
NOW ARE THE DAYS

bS=:

God

lie

grav - er
heaven - ly

Mer

song,

When

ail

backs

turn,

to

Like sun

Un - do
And

with

most

"

de souls grow

cy

ing

rise

af

ing
the

all

ter*

lights

God

of

to spare.

and strong.
storm - y night.
well

our

love

0^

?-*-a

And

light,
fears,

-4-

.zqzrTr

bare,

chasten-ing

261

OF HUMBLEST PRAYER-CONTINUeo.

vil

years.

to

burn.

Oh.

'^mm^^mm^

fP=?

CHORUS.

W-^^^E^^
-hear

ken when we

us

chas-tise

cry,

-T^r

with

Thy

fear.

Yet,

Spsspjs
Fa

^mtmp

ther, in

the

mul

ti-tude

of

Thy

com

-_^_.
pas-sions Wear

^#^^^fe^
ie4-Thou

^^

Loving Maker Of Mankind.

Lento,

:-lp
Thou
I

lov

^~-J
-

ing

Mak

er

of

man

kind.

Be

fore

Thy

^Hpi^e^Hf^P^^^^^

26

LENT.

THOU LOVING MAKER OF MANKIND-

we

Throne

weep:

t^

And

grant us, while by fasts we strive


This mortal body to control,
To fast from all the food of sin

Great Judge of hearts, Thou dost discern


Our ills, and all our weaknessknow;

Again to Thee vvith tears we turn.


Again to us Thy mercy show.
Much have we sinned ; but we confess
Our guilt, and all our faults deplore
O, for the praise of Thy great Name,

And

so to purify the soul.


O Trinity thrice blest;
Sole Unity, to Thee we cry;
Vouchsafe us from these fasts below

Hear

Our

wuh

us

strengthen

'^^^^^m

Z2"

Ss^

and

pray

CONTINUED.

To

fainting souls to health restore.

165 Christians, Who

us,

reap immortal

on high.

fruit

Of Jesus' Sorrows.

Lnrghetto.

Christ-ians,

who

lone

Doom"d

to death

In

3
4

Now

be

hold

of
-

new

Je - sus'
gar-den
I-saac

the

Man

ly

of

sorrows Come the dole

pg^p?4-gi

:t=:

:1^

'm.

im

tree,

^sn

to

i^
-H-

^--

iPiiP

what streams of blood flow for us, Blend, ah blend at least a tear
Fear and hope His soul as - sail-ing Strive by turns His will to rule,
In His heart our sins be - wail-ing, He as-cends Mount Cal -va-ry.

hear, See

high;

tale

-1-

msoul,

ful

pray-ing, Con flicts rude oppress His


the heav-y
will-ing, Load-ed with
Sorrows, On the Cross ex - alt - ed

Suffering, bleeding, djing^

'^mm

l \

for

us.

Now

be

hold sal

va-tion nigh

i^^t- :f5=
:pzH

LENT.
CHRISTIANS,

WHO OF

263

JESUS' SORROWS-CONTINUED.

:^

i
Lol

Now

sins
doth fear
for

own De
com-mand im

our

Lol His hands and


Sa - tan, our great

feet
foe,

il
vot

ed, Bleeds the

Vic

forts love com


per-ious, Now strong ef
y Cross He
pierced thro', On the blood
has bruised hrs
vanquished, Mary's seed

are

hes

- i
mat-ed, For Him live
high, By His suff 'rings an
bines; Loveat length prevails vie - tor-ious, He to death
lies; Streams of vi - tal blood flow for you I Sin-ners, He's
head; Our re-demp-tion is ac-comp-lish'd, Je-sus has

f=
-6f

P^^^
166-0

Andantinn.

tim from on

and for Him die.


Him-self re- signs.
your sac-ri - fice.
our ran-som paid

4-4-4

Gracious Lord, Creator Dear,

tii^^iip^p^^i
I

gra

pity-ing ear

cious

Un

Lord,

to the

Cre

But

is

for,

our guilt and great our shame;


the glory of

tor dear,

In

mer

cy lend

mournful pray 'r we pour In this our solemn Lenten hour

Thou who our secret thoughts canst trace


And knowst the frailty of our race
Like wandering sheep we went astray
Oh, take us back, we meekly pray
Black

Thy Name,

Forgive the wickedness we own,

And heal the wounds for which we grpaij.

4 Grant us

by holy abstinence
mortify each carnal sense
That so our souls, from sin set free.

To

unto Thee.
One, with grief sincere,
Before thy footstool we appear;
Oh, bless our fast, that.it may prove
The source of pardon, peace, and love.

May

5 Blest

rise all-holy

Three

in

LENT.

264

167-Jesus!

Je

2 Je

sus!
susl

Siemens.!

--^

u
solve

not
teiii-gt

Je

my
Je-

sus!
soul

Jesus! Behold At Length

be -hold

Thy
be

eu3.

When

at length a
time,
prec-ious Blood hath cost,
hold me at Thy
feet.

s---*^'-^*^^

to turn
a way
for - ev - er to
for - give ness I

from cnme
) -n
be
lost. , jP^"^
en - t'reat.

C r=f!r

er

^g^*g9~

nev

nev

re

m^^B

,
^

'"e.

Je

more

er wilF ofTend

susl

^^^i^niiii^^

no,

"l

Suf - fer me
Like Marvin

=1

Thee,

Thy

^*
No,

LENT.

265

168-0, Come And Mourn


::A

P:
I

::1^

3:

^-iEE^EEjEl

come, and mourn with

me

Me

With

Awhile.

=]=i4:

t^^

-1-

Ma

while; See

fT=^^li^^

SeIeS^
3rEj

^^

^^
to

her

side; Oh,

come

us

let

PI

feEi
mourn with

her;

Je-

f e^
tfct

3:

and

us

calls

ry

q:=J:

^^N=^=5^%7B

:ti

^^=^

we

notears toshed for

-lA

d!E?35

Chorus.

sus,

our Love,

fe

is

cru

1=,^^

ci

Have

fiedl

-I

JE^=?^^
f-1/-

Him, While

m:

soldiersscoff and Jewsderide?

Ptt^j
Ahl

look

3EE^

3E

2 Come.fakethystandbeneaththeCross. 3
And let the Blood from out that Side
Fall gently on thee drop by drop :
is crucified
Jesus, our Love,

att

how

patiently

-#

He

t f=Fi.fcsi
r

Love of God O Sin of Man


In this dread act your strength is tried;
victory remains with love,
For He, our Love, is crucified I

And

LENT.

266

169 -What A

Sea Of Tears And Sorrow.

Lento

What

sea

itfi^ii^iii
of

and

tears

sor

Did

row

the

of

soul

^^m^^m^^EiH

^iS^M^
1-1

^^i^iift
Ma

ry

To

toss

and

fro

up

on

its

bil-lows,

^^^^^^^^^^
While she

wept

P^^gi^

her

bit

ter

In

loss,

her arms

her

|j?^j=^

i^^^m^

fe^
Je

sus

Torn

hold-ing,

so

new

ly

from

the cross.

mi^m^mmm]i
2

Oh

that mournful Virgin-Mother!


See her tears, how fast they flow
Down upon His mangled body,
Wounded side, and thorny brow:
While His hands and feet she kisses,Picture of immortal woe.

Oft and oft His arms and bosom


Fondly straining to her own
Oft her pallid lips imprin'mg
;

On

each wound of her dear Son

Till at last, in

swoons of anguish,

Sense and consciousness are gone.


4 Gentle Mother, we beseech thee.
By thy tears and troubles sore
B^the death of thy dear Offspring
By the bloody wounds He bore
Touch our hearts with that true sorrow
Which afflicted thee ol yore.
;

LENT,

170-Stabat
h

4-s

=sf

Sta

Cu

bat

Ma

jus

ter
ni

do
-

2:

^ig?a=
-z

z67
Mater.

jz^^zf

ro

lo

mam

tem,

:t:

sa,

Dum
Per

Con

2:

22"

pen

de

tran

si

--m- :r:

oru
Cru

ta,,
tris

:^

Eifig

tem,

Jux

sa,

men-

ta

22;

:ci=--:^-

Fuit

ilia

benedicta
I

13 Fac me tecum pie flere,


Crucifixo condolere,

Quae moerebat, at dolebat,


Pia Mater, dum videbat
Nati poenas inclyti.
Quis est homo, qui non fleret,

Matrem

Christi

si

In tanto supplicio

Quis non posset


Christi

Donee
14 Juxta

Et me

videret

Et

Mihijam nonsis-amara;

Fac me tecum plangere.


16 Fac ut portem Christi mortem,
Passionis fac consortem,.
Et plagas recolere.
17 Fac me'plagisvulnerari,

subditum.

suum dulcem Natum

Fac me Cruce inebriari,


Et cruore Filii.
18 Flammis ne urar succensus,
Per te Virgo sim defensus
In die Judicii.

Moriendo desolatum,

Dum

emisit spiritum,

9 Lja Mater fons amoris,


Me sentire vim doloris
Fac, ut tecum lugeam.

cum sit hinc exire,


Da per Matrem me venire
Ad palmam victoriae.

10 Fac, ut ardeat cor meum


In amando Christum Deum

Ut

sibi

19 Christe,

complaceam.
20

11 Sancta Mater, istud agas,


Crucifixi fige plagas

nobis, Virgo dolorosissima.

Quando corpus
Fac

ut animse

Ijf.

morietur,

donetur

Paradisi gloria.

Cordi meo valide.

^.Orapro

-stare,

tibi sociare

15 Virgo virginum praeclara,

Matrem contemplari

flagellis

ego' vixero.

Crucem tecum

In planctu desidero.

contristari,

Dolentem cum Filio ?


Pro peccatis suae gentis
Vidit Jesum in tormentis,
8 Vidit

12 Tui Nati vulnerati,


Tarn dignati pro me pati^
Pcenas mecum divide.

tristis at afflicta

Mater Unigeniti

cem
tarn

t^

-P
O quam

Amen.

UtdigniefiBciamurpromissionibus Christi.

LENT.

268
171

Lord of Mercy and Compassion.

^W^M^

i-

-:1r:f5

-0

tzs^:

Lord of mer-cy and compassion, Look with

ty

pi

down on me,

(Z^^'^0-0

_|_,S2_

-r?"-!-

=?^fe:E;d

::^E
=z=r3u=zh7J=iz:
-I

-r.z=

-(&

^-,

Fa-ther let

me

call

Thee

-2-2^ ^ZZ=^L^-

Thy

child

r-.iZ

-h
:|=

Je-sus Lord

ask for

J i

EEz3^
6^

me

not

im-plore in

vain,

,-

:tr-,:

don

for

z;)-

wiqzziziz]:
J1

^\

^iJ-^

~N

23>

f*^

^-s^^0 \

mer-cy, Let

-5-

"'Efc:^

'

z?

-<s-

-iS^

Par

Thee.

re-turn'd to

i^^E&^^E^

=1-

:zi

Fa-ther, 'Tis

^__1_(2_#

-J

my

sins,

and

more

grace, Never

~e=:tz:=:

-&-

2 See our Saviour bleeding, dying.


!

On the cross of Calvary,


To that cross my sins have nailed Him
And He bleeds and dies for me.

to sin

gain.

&-

1-

Fine.

U=V:-hAV

rif.

ztzi-qn:

-5-'

have abandon'd,
By my
Right and claim to Heav'n above,
sins

Where

the saints rejoice for ever,


In a boundless sea of love.

EASTER.

172

All

Allegretto

All

269

Dear Conqueror!

Hail,

hatl

dear Conqueror,

hail

all

Oh

crimson wounds how bright

P&
^
day

its

-$*-

The

vic-to-ry

is

est at

thedawnof

^^m

-^

i3^

-^t=$^

=P=

Arm

0-

thronging to

of souls

ies

dore

-0

Thy

.i2_

vb-

what

tult
Thou cam

shine!

they

ii^^

Hail.

^hiri^

l^irtteSii

spir

All

^^^

m^

God-head lay
Shrouded within those Limbs Divine,
Nor left untenanted one hour
That Sacred Human Heart of Thine.
Thev worshipped Thee, those ransomed

^==t:

everlastins'

round Thee were,

t^^m
Flesh,

so

m
Blest

r
i

marvelous, so

fair

Apd Thou too. Soul of Jesus Thou


Towards the sacred Flesh didst yearn.
And for the beating of (hat Heart
How ardently Thy love did burn
They worshipped while the beauteous SoUi
Paused by the Body's wounded Side:
Bright flashed the cave before them stood
The Living Jesus glorified.
I

souls,

With the fresh strength of love set free


They worshipped joyously, and thought
Oi Mary while they looked on Thee.

2 70

EASTER,

173-Alleluia

Al

le

And

rise,

lu

Alleluia

Al

iai

the choirs

of

le

The Holy Anthem

Let

lu

ia

heaven chant

the

let

in the

it

ho

tem

ly

pie

Rise.

anthem

of the

'^m

m^^^
Let

skies;

the mouo-tains skip with gladness, and the

joy

ful

val-leys

mimi

1=

mmMmm
With Ho-san-nas

ring

in the

High

est

r^-

Sa-viour and our King.

to our

i^j-^E^i
Alleluia

Alleluia

He

endured the

knotted v^hips.
And the jeering of the rabble, and the
scorn of mocking lips,
And the terrors of the gibbet upon

4 Alleluia! Alleluia!
prison bars,

He

has

lifted

He

has burst our

up the portals of our

home beyond

the stars;
'neath
for us our freedom
feet our foes are trod

He has won

which He would be slain


Dut His death was only slumber He
is risen up again.
Alleluia! Alleluia!" like the sun from

has purchased back our birthright


to the Kingdom of our God,
5 Alleluia Alleluia Blessed Jesus, make.

out the wave,


He has risen up in triumph fromthe
darkness of the grave
He'!s the Splendour of the Nations,
He's the lamp of endless day.
He's the very Lord of Glory who is

us rise
From the life of this corruption to the
life that never dies.
May we share with Thee Thy glory,
when the days of time are past,
And the dead shall be awakened by

risen

up

to-day.

His

He

the trumpet's mighty blast.

EASTEI?^

174~The Dawn Was

271

Purpling O'er The Sky.

Allegredo,

:=f:

3^:i^=^^33^

^^1^^?1_%^^^^*
I

The davvn was purpling

When He whom stone and seal and guard,

Je

from the death of

su,

:tz~*:

le-lu

las

ly to the

Keep us. we pray

sin

^^_^_*
1_ 19 ^

^
^^-#-^

EljZ=L4r

Withal
Had safe

o'er the sky,

rang the

tomb con-

so shalt

Thou

__ _

;^_

p-

^_i:|=

--t=:

irJ^i:^
i^iifs:

air;

signed

be

Earthheld agloriousju - bi - lee Hell gnashed itsteeth in fiercedes.


Triumphant rose and buried death Deep in the grave He left baOf all the souls new-born in
The ev - erlast-ing Paschal joy
;

'-i-i

.tez:4=itai*::*:

:?:

^-^-m~m-m-rI--J W-l-P

W-

i^iitit:^:.

=fc^

^F^-

seiFEBi 5S:

1/

pair:
hind.

Thee.

When

our most val

"Calm
To

God

byss,

the

de-scend

from

the grave

in

dread

iant

your grief, and

all

the

Fa

death's

ar

ray,

ther.

might
still

with

=|:

y King, From
your tears," Hark
-

the

?:

Son,

Who

EASTER.

272

THE DAWN WAS PURPLING O'ER THE SKY-CONTINUED.

u
Fa

from
clele

thers forth,
the dead,
be praise

the

beam

And death is
While age on

slain

In

to

end

of
less

ag

mmi^^

'^

175 Christ

The Lord

is

With spirit

Christ the Lord

is

to

es

clay
rise."
flows.

siiia
Risen To-day.

m^mi
I

and

life

more

no
-

ssipa

ris'n

to-day; Christians haste your vows

to

pay;

^rE^i^ ii^i^ ^y^:^^*i

Krfc^

^4-<^E^=p

^i-:=:

l^Pite^^^iS^ii
-
ii
i^z
P
Of

fiir

At

ye your prais-es meet,

z^Tznz:

the pas

.J.-

chal Vic-tim's feet

-S-

JzzztEi

For the sheep the

Lamb hath bled.

Sin

less in

the

^^m^m

sinner's stcaJ,

m:

mm^^^^

:t_

u^mmi^M^^mM^imtm
f
Christ

W^.

the Lord

is ris'n

en high,

Now He

lives

no

more

to

diel

:g^-^ll^Ef=^|-llHI

EASTER.
CHRIST THE LORD

rS RIS'N

Now

When

in strange and awful strife,


together death and hfe.
Christians, on this happy day,
Haste with joy your vows to pay ;
Christ the Lord is ris'n on high,
Now He lives no more to die !

Met

To

Lord

us, gracious

day
death

know

He's-

ri

where

is

sen,

death

thy

mor
deem

Re

my

that

i
no

more

tal sting

er

lives,

Shall

Where's

And

ifc

22

ik

sin's

fell

praise

we

dust

Mm
IS^3

pow'r O'er
sing,

gain,

"Who

And

Him
tri

bid

He's Risen.

ip^^^pl

:&=i?:

Help and save

IVe-To-Day

TO-DAY-CONTINUEO.
Christ who once for sinners bled.
the first-born from the dead,
Thron'd in endless might and pow'r,
Lives and reigns for ever more.
Hail, eternal Hope on high !
Hail, Thou King of victory !
Hail, Thou Prince of Life ador'd I

Christ, the Victim, undefiled


Man to God hath reconciled,

Moderato.

273

Do

umphed

my

min
ov

bod

ion

have,

er

thee,

rise.

EASTER.

274

TO-DAY HE'S RISEN-Continued.

r^-^-^p=-j:^-=^=-=^^T^,^E^JE^1

He

lik

Mot

tri

Then

cned

umphcd

clofhed

our

to
for

Him

own

my

in

sin
self

ful
-

lone,

Once
But

glo

rious

flesh,

form,

^
doom'd
by
shall

die

to

self

His might - y
His
be - hold

Tliat

pow'r
face

He

death might

by

to
Taiight us
That sweet hope

^^

--^-

f^,t
]L

Him

t--

tri

umph

my

in

^^
^i

death o'er-come, Its


in
our turn, Nor
bo - som glows And

dead
dread
cheers

ly

sting

thy

tcr

my

ling'

rors

ring

stroy.

more,
days.

fg

t^

tAl

le

msm^mm

lu

le

"Al

ia,

L^^

lu

ia,

tz^-r

l^Z

de

i^SfteiiSi
In

ia,

Al

le

lu

EASTER.

177 Haec
Allegro Moderate

Dies.
By

CHORUS

:l^-.^:^:d==^:

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276

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277

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278

ET fli]kl-Continued.

FILII

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I

tis,

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Mor

ae

ri

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sur

te

re

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la

lu

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sr

ii?-53i

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2.
3.

4.

le

lu

al

ia,

le

lu

al

ia.

le

lu

lal

Et Maria Magdalene Et Jacobi et Sali)me Vcnerunt corpus ungere. Alleluia


Magdalena nioniti Ad ostium monumcnti Duo currunt discipuli. Alleluia!
Ad sepulchrum venit prius.
Sed Joannes Apostolus Cucurrit Petro citius

Alleluia!
Respondit mulieribus Quia surrexit Dominus. Alleluia
5. In albis sedens Angelus
In media stetit Christus Dicens : Pax vobis omnibus.
6. Discipulis adstantibus
Alleluia

EASTER.

279

FILM ET r\l\M-^Co7iti>iued.

Didymus Quia surrexerat Jesus Remansit fide dubius.


Vide, Thoma, vide manus^-Vide pedes, vide latus Noli esse incredulus.
Quando Thomas Christi latus Pedes vidit atque man us Dixit: Tu
Postquam

7.
8.

audivit

9.

meus.

Alleluia
Beati qui non viderunt
Alleluia
11. In hoc festo sanctissimo
!

10.

De

Alleluia

crediderunt

firmiter

Sit laus et

12.

Et

nos

quibus

humillimas

Vitam

Alleluia!
Alleluia
as Deus
!

aeternam habebunt.

Benedicamus Dumino. Alleluia


jubilatio
Deo dicamus gralias.
Devotas atque debitas

-4

1.

Hail

2.

Now

179 Hail
h-H-

:y^-r

ho

the
the

ly

day

glorious

vie

T-Hd=

the Holy
-rj

;=T

:t:=i|=t

T-:

song of
ev - er

the
the

High

Th

won,

t'ry

imm
iU

Saviour

the

glo

ry

tell.

How

Father thron'd on high,

With the

=1=1==F

1^

triumph
-

last

-?

raise,

ing Son,

:dz::

^t:
-^^-\

To

Daysl
R. L.

of days,
-

of

Day

^-5-

cross hath vanquished hell.


all
be - low the sky.

the

Rul-est

=]^

a:

a=

Jli
the

By

King of

prec'ous blood are


kings, Thy saints u

we

Now

re

nite

To

the

deemed

of Christ and free,


an - gels bright.
of

choir

9i

F
H

High thanks
Al

le

^#

z^-Si
giv
lu

ing therefore raise.


ia, Lord -we sing,

Sing the great Re


Je - sus Christ, Re
pz:^:

^\

zi:

i
-

deemer's

praise.

deem

King.

er,

28o

ASCENSION.

180-Thy

Moderate

Sacred Race,

Lord,

e*E^Egg^^^^^g
O
I

Thy

Sa-c red

is

run,

i^3 i

^-

Thy work

is

wrought, Thy vicfry

r^

it=E

piEJi^3E^EpJEaJEFJ:[E^^^;p|
ry Thou didst leave requires

The

won

Lord

race,

Run.

Is

glo

Thy

*##

siar;

lif

The clouds Thy

lit - lie

presence in su-per-nal

5=#=J

=P

chariot, earth a

-far

lip
Be-neath

Thy

i^ii^ii^gii

Ten thousand thousand

angels sing.

To welcome

their re-turn-ing King.

fe^f^F^g^ifgi^
2 The gates of heaven obey the

And open to

call

the Lord of all


His throne receives the eternal Son,
Both God and Man forever one.
Thou Mediator and High-Priest,
Fresh from the sacrifice released,
;

Hence

-J?--

in the thickest of the fight,

Thy warriors win their heavenly might


And hence, Thy martyrs sing their psalms.
And joyous wave triumphal palms.
,

Still

4 Where Thou, the head art gone Thy voice


hither bring Calls all Thy members to rejoice
Ah, let them cleave the shining way,
offering.
Thy footprints through the ether fray.
To Thee be glory, conquering King,
she who from Thy open side
Who unto heaven Thy way dost wing,
being took, Thy holy Bride,
nourished from Thy side survives. Great Son of the eternal Sire.

And

life

By love constrained dost


Thy smitten Heart's best
3

feet,

And
Her

and

all

from Thee derives.

Whose

Spirit is

our one

desire.

ASCENSION.

181-0

Thou

Most High.

Eternal King

JHoflernto.

mt^^^^^^^
CrQ-"

zr

O Thou

Thou

to

ter

Thy

nal

heavenly

Thenceforth to reign

hell,

receive

in sovereign

power,

dig

In Heav'n our great reward.

182-Our

Our

^E
4E^

Lord

is

ris

P^il^=3:

9^^

IS

on

i-fc

if

up

=^

i^H

Risen.

is
.---T-

from the

en

-^:=rez

gone

su-preme.
end.

:^
I

ni-ty

Renew our strength our sins forgive


Our miseries efface
And lift our souls aloft to Thee,
By Thy celestial grace.
So. when Thou shinest on the cloud.
With Thy angelic train.
May we be saved from vengeance due,
And our lost crowns regain.

Lord

^t=^

i.

The spacious earth, the highest heaven,


The depths of h6\\ below.
There, waiting for Thy faithful souls,
Be Thou to us, O Lord,
Our peerless joy while here we stay,

I) VET.

world remight is-

\m

There seated in Thy majesty,


To" Thee submissive bow,

or

Thy

And glory with-out

^S^^

SOLO

didst the

throne this day Didst in

deem; And conqueringdeath and


cend

Who

King most high,

=j

:^=

feiiiii

28x

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high,

Our

:^

--ee-

i^

dead.

^
.

The pow'rs

Je

I-:^H3

^ -'^5
of

sus

r^

hell are caj)- live

PENTECOST.

^82

OUR LORD

IS

RiSEN-CONTINUEO

CHORUS.

Si^^paiiiJUSi
I

led,

Dragg'd to the

por

of

tals

the

Who

sky.

iz5
"gz^ ^-r-r
-bi

^ ^

^-T^-

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is

King

of glo

The

ryPWho?

Lord

^3si^^S^^
-

5^

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The

came,

that all

His foes o'er

:{!i=:f5-h[

:j?=r:e;
-t^^-^

-^m^-

*
world,

sin,

death, and hell

o'er-threw

"t-

And Je

sus

^.^Pg
IS

the conqueror's name,

And

^-^^

l-t^

i^^i

There His triumphal chariot

i
^ Loose

waits.

And

angels chant the solemn lay


Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates,

Ye

the

is

Je-sus

everlasting doors give way.

conqueror's name.

rUziXzir^ii
all

your bars of massive

And wide

PENTECOST

183 Veni
For

air

light,

unfold th'ethereal scene


as His right
Receive the King of glory in.

He claims these mansions

Creator Spirltus.

and words e page 59

PENTECOST,

184

See the

283

Paraclete

Descending.

Solo.

?3^
l.See

the Par

:M_J^

^r-^:

clete des-cend-ing-, Burn-ing with ce

M^-^'^E^:

les-tial fire;

1^
-^ I*

ppl

-H

-c^

^-

-:^E^.

Grace and

truth

on him

^=1
E-^
^=
*

attending-,

Men

^:

:=^

with heav'nly

i^iiss;
love

in-spire.

^r

ici:

Solo.
//>

Al

le

lU

Al

la,

.
1

:^

2:

le

lu

la.
I

-J^.tt.
-1^-

'^

TUTTi Tenor^

Chorus.
;^^L^J

2 Men

=gz:^^=-^F=:iz:
/Let

us, Al

all

He

in

le -

heav'nly

lu

^4-J-|:=g=^g-

ias singing.

every danger fearing,


greatest danger scorn;
Amidst tortures perserving,
Show themselves in Christ new-born

Now the

Of-

fer

Him

gra-ces bringing, Mer -its ev

J-^---J-=1=^^

our grate-ful
er-lasting

lays.

praise

3 Source of love, our hearts inflaming

With true zeal and virtue pure,


Grant we may in heaven reigning,
Sing Thy praise for evermore.

PENTECOST.

284

185 Holy

Come And

Spirit,

Shine.
-St-

jzL
\

Ho

Sp

ly

come

rit,

1 s:

zM^
On

and

2:

slime

"^m

"^7

our

souls

az&zfeg;

with

beams

di

(2.

t
from

pi

Thy

ra

diance

bright,

Come,

Fa

ther

::c

fct^4=l

2 Come, Consoler, kindest, best,


Come, our bosoms' dearest guest,
Sweet refreshment, sweet repose.
Rest in labour, coolness sweet.
Tempering the burning heat.
Truest comfort of our woes.

divinest Light, impart


faithiul heart

Unto every

Plenteous streams from love's bright flood


But for Thy blest Deity,
Nothing pure in man could be ;
Nothing harmless, nothing good.

PENTECOST.
Wash away

each

HOLY SPIRIT,
sinful stain ,

Unto all^hy

Who

faithful just,

in Thee'confide and trust,


Deign the seven- fold gift to send.
Grant us virtue's best increase
Grant a death of hope and peace.
Grant the joys thaC never end

Gently shed Thy gracious rain


On the dry and fruitless soul.
Heal each wound and bend each will,
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill,
All our wayward steps control

186

285

COME AND SHINE-CONTINUED.

Creator-Spirit, All-Divlno,

Moderato.

Cre

a- lor-Spir

all

it,

Di-vine,

Come

vis

f-0

with

Thy

ce

And

*=

^inS

fill

ev-ery soul of Thine

it

^i
^

/>

--A-

N-

les-tialflameTheheartswhich ThouThyselfdidstframe.

^^^mm
gift

of

7^
a tempo.

God, Thineis the sweet Con


r-#
P
P^-^0

name of

a-clete

And

1=1^

-N

^
3l

spring of

^
%

ing

life

m.

and

fire

and love.And

'^=^-

^^=^4=^

unc-tion iiow-jng
.

from

a-bove.

#-

i
The mystic

seven-fold gifts are Thine,


So we, led by Thy guidance still.
Finger of God's right hand divine ;
Safely may pass through every ill.
The Father's promise sent to teach
6 To us, through Thee, the grace beshown
The tongue a rich and heavenly speech.
To know the Father and the Son ;
And Spirit of them both, may we
4 Kindle with fire brought from above
Each sense, and fill our hearts with love; Forever rest our faith in Thee.
And grant our flesh, so weak and frail, 7 To Sire and Son be praises meet,
The strength of Thine which ne'er may fail. And to the holy Paraclete
And may Christ send us from above
5 Drive far away our deadly foe,
That Holy Spirit's gift of love. Amen.
And grant us Thy true peace to know ;
3

PENTECOST

286

Holy Ghost.

co^^_187-Conie,

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Come Ho-ly

*!

'

'

^.-

Ghost, send

1-'

'

'

iP

down those beams, Come Ho-ly Ghost, send down

those

:=i:

^=iiE^i^^^^^^

;5|=|^*

afntf:

-,_.

beams, Which sweetly flow in

si-lent streams,

From Thy
^-J-~!

i-t

^-#^-3-

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^^-9
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2

'

Sl=i?:

1-'

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come Thou Father

^-

i5rs:

of

the poor,

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Come, warm our hearts with love, with

-9'

--07^9^

"^^9- 9-

love di-vme,Come,warmour

pfc^-

hearts with

I-feLl^

i^*:

Szztzi
1^^
^5=?-

ill

Thou bounteous source of all our

4-

-=1=^
Store,

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bright throne above

^ir^-

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with

love

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teoiis

J-r

source of

^^^^^^^^M^^^^m
t

PENTECOST
COME, HOLY CHOST-CONTINUEO.
:2;

mmmm^
Come warm

our store,

all

our

^
DVET

D.C.

0-^
hearts with

love.

4
5

i:

^^.^.^

Corn-fort
in

rest

ers

the

toil

and

Light shoot forth


!

f-

r^

Thy

best,..
sweat,
darts,

Refreshment in

C^me, Thou of

Thou

ex
pierce the centre

art

sa

our*
cred

^ti

'-<'

Come, Thou the soul's

287

guest:
heat;

de-light-ful
- ces - sive

of

these hearts.

ii
f^

D.C.

Come, Thou thesoul's delightful guest


Refreshment

cx-ces-sive
pierce the centre of these
in

hearts,

..

^^^^^
188 -Come,
Maestoso.

cuonrs.

The pil-grim's sweet re


lief.
And so lace in our grief.
.Whose faith as - pi res to Thee.
L
-

heat,....

-^m

Holy Ghost, Creator Blest.

^8-

-*

Come,

Ho

-W

ly

-^Ghost,

-S-

Cre

wm^^^^^

tor

blest,

And

in

our

PENTECOST.

288

COME HOLY GHOST, CREATOR BLEST-Continued.

fe^SE^3tt*

tr

take

hearts

Thy

up

Come

rest;

with

Thy

grace

^^EEff^^^^^

3s^:
U_CZ

and

heaven

'

^-

aid,

ly

To

fill

mM

the hearts

:t=r=zi.-ztr

vvhich

Thou

hast

Tizi:

:^

m^
FISE.

tE^

^=^
made.

1-

To

^zzmJ^i^

^-ji

the hearts

fill

^,-^^-

r-r

O Com -fort

1f=fi-

er

---^

to

made.

hast

:iz2

:^:

:z.

which Thou

^^^i^_i

-=t

Thee we

-MM:
^-

Thou heaven-ly

cry.

ii

s^fels
^il^^iii-^^N^%5^^

^-n-

Gift

of

God

Most High;

T=^
^^m^

'.TTZi'

_i:J.

Thou Fount

gii:

of

life

..

*-=^

TRINITY.

289

COME, HOLY GHOST, CREATOR BLEST-CONTINUED.

And

[^Ipi
sweet a

noint

E^^^^^

ing from

bove.

:^?!^3
we the Father and the Son,
And Holy Spirit with them One
And may the Son on us bestow

Thee alone,
Holy
Know we the Father and the Son
Be this our never-changing creed,
That Thou Dost from them both

4 Praise

Ghost, thro'

'D.C. alFlne.

:
II

The

gifts

that from the Spirit flow

[proceed

TRINITY.

189 Have

Mercy On

Us,

God Most High.

N^^S

3^

our hearts to
Have mer - cy on
us, God Most High Who lift
Whenheav'n ^nd earth were yet un - made, Wheu time was yet unI

O!

lis

ten,

then most

pit

full

To Thy poor creature's

czs:
)-::ii4z:s:

&>-

(S>-

:4:

f-

us worms of earth, Most Ho ly


Trin - iHave mer cy on
Thou in Thy bliss andma-jes ty. Didst live and love aes Thee that Thou art God, That Thou art what Thou
It bless
-

Thee,
known,

heart,

g^Sl

221

m^^m^w^^m

Most an-cient of all mys - te-ries. Before Thy throne we lie; Have
Thouwert not born, there was no fount From which Thy being flowed There
art!
Most an-cient of all mys-te-ries, Still at Thy feet we lie; Have
ty!

lone

ej:

10

22:

-^-

wpn^

'jzii

-z.

CORPUS CHRISTI.

390

HAVE MERCY ON US, COD MOST HICH-CONTINUED.

h^

:?:ri

*==^
mer

is

mer

cy now, most mer-

Most

Ho

Trin

ly

-Jz:

is

mer

ful,

-i-i-

5
ci

ful,

--1-

:fc3:

1 ^

Have

ty,

There

Have

^S

:t=:

.=1=:^

-Sl-

1-

cy now, most mer- ci - ful. Most Ho- ly Trin


no end which Thou canst reach, But Thou art sim

cy now, most mer-

sim -ply God,


Trin - i - ty.

art

:^z,=-^i=^
mer

ci

no end which Thou canst reach, But Thou


Most Ho - ly
ful,
cy now, most mer -ci

.ii==i:

0>--

:=tF

:i4:

Most Ho-

ly

7^-

zf:

Trin

ply
-

God

tyl

-4iTJ,

:^

CORPUS CHRfSTI.

190 Sing,

Joyful Tongue,

IVIy

The Mystery.

Maestoso.
-1-

Sing,

my

joy

ful

tongue,

the

mys

te

ry,

iiz^zi^:

A-

Of

the

glo

rious

Bo

dy

slain,

I:

And

the

CORPUS CHRISTI.

Blood

291

MY JOYFUL TONGUE. THE MYSTERY-GONTinueo.

SING.

all

and

pure

Shed

ious

prec

:&

lost

world

P^^^^^P

;e

i*~r'

z:t:

:jz.

re

to

By

gam,

the

na

of

King

tions.

ipf=s
iEESrgS
-

is

jS=S:

From

suing

^i*#^
a

womb

fit

:=^^

When

Purer than the purest snow,

And amongst mankind conversing


Seeds of heavenly truth to sow,
at lenght in

stain.

to^^

a word the Word Incarnate


Simple bread to Flesh divine.
Simple wine to Blood converteth
But, if sense to doubt incline,

wondrous order.

By

Closed His sojourn here below,


3

no

the Lamb was duly ate,


Then before the twelve disciples
For their food Himself He set,

Born unto us of a Virgin

He

El

knew

that

t=il:
2

Seated, with His brethren round Him,


On the night when last they met.
For the law's complete fulfilment

Under

faith's sufficient leaching

Simple hearts

191 Lauda

all

doubts resign

Sion.

Allegretto.

!M_ V

:K4:

-#I

^zA-nX.

3^i^

#-

Lau - da, Si
Quan-tum po

:==

~^

on, Sal

tes,

tan

va

tum

rem, Lau - da
de
Qu - ia

to

au

Du cem et
ma jor om

Pas-

ni

CORPUS CHRISTI.

292

LAUDA SION-CONTINUEO.

m^^kmm^^mm
m^m
;^^ii^
em,

In

hym

de,

Nee

lau

nis

da

et

can

ti

cis.

re

suf

fi

r.is.

e:4:

Laudis thema specialis,


Panis vivus et vitalis

Hodie proponitur.
Quern in sacrae mensa coenae,
Turbse fratrum duodense,
Datum non ambigitur.
3 Sit laus plena,
Sit

sit

sit

sonora,
decora<

4 In hac

Quantum isti, tantum ille


Nee sumptus consumitur.
Sumunt
boni, sumunt mali
9
:

mensa novi Regis,


novae legis,

Vitse, vel interitus.


est malis, vita bonis

Mors

Quam

Quod

Quantum
Nulla

coena Christus gessit.

in

Docti sacris

Dogma

11

diversis speciebus,
Signis tantum et non rebus,

Latent res eximiae.


Caro, cibus, sanguis, potus;
Manet tamen Christus totus

Sub utraque

specie.

Ecce panis Angelorum,

Non

mittcndus canibus.

In figuris praesignatur,
Isaac immolatur :

Cum

Angus Paschx deputatur,


Datur manna patribus.

datur Christianis,

Sub

fractura:

Factus cibus viatorum


Vere panis filiorum,

in

fit

nee status, nee statura


Signati minuitur.

instilutis,

carnem transit panis,


Quod
Et vinum in sanguinem.
Quod non capis, quod non vides,
Animosa firmat fides,
Prseter rerum ordinem.

toto tegitur.

rei fit scissura,

Qua

Panem, vinum in salutis


Consecramus hostiam.
6

dispar exitus.

Signi tantum

fugat Veritas,.
lux eliminat.

Faciendum hoc expressit


In sui memoriam.

sit

10 Fracto demum Sacramento,


Nevacilles, sed memento,
Tantum esse sub fragmento.

Noctem
5

Vide paris sumptionis

Phase vetus terminat.


Vetustatcm novitas,

Umbram

Sorte tamen ioaequali,

institutio.

Novum Pascha

nonconcisus,

confractus, non divisus,


Integer accipitur.
Sumit unus, sumunt mille

jucunda,
Mentis jubilatio.
Dies enim solemnis agitur.
In qua mensa? prima recolitur

Hujus

A sumente
Noa

12

Bone pastor, panis vere,


Jesu nostri miserere
Tu nos pasce, nos tuere
Tu nos bona fae videre
In terra viventium.
Tu, qui cuneta scis et vales.
Qui nos pascis hie mortales
:

Tuos

ibi

commcnsales,

Cohacredes, ct sodales,
Fac sanctorum civium.

Amen.

Alleluia.

EVENING.

a93

192 Sweet Saviour! Bless Us Ere

We

AUe^^^^^^^ei

\=zAz

Go.

-^-

^^
Sweet Sa-viour, bless

us

we

ere

rtiv word
Thy

go,

in

^^^P^

mi^E^-M

Shiga

to

our

minds

in

^p-p-fAnd make

?=^1

With low

ly

Lord from evil ways,


True absolution and r.elease
And bless us more than in past days.
With purity and inward peace.
!

and

love

The day is done, its hour has run


And Thou hast taken count of all
The scanty triumphs grace hath won,
The broken vow, the frequent f?.ll

3 Grant us, dear

p^pii^i
SsS

CZ22,

WW

p
glow,

our luke-wann hearts to

stil,

fer

vent

will.

*=|is:
4

Do more

than pardon give us joy


Sweet fear and soberliberty
;

And

simple hearts without delay,

That only long


5 Sweet Saviour

to be'like Thee.
bless us, night is coms^

Mary and Joseph near us be


Good angels watch about our home,
And we are one day nearer Thee.

EVENING.

294

193_Hear

Hear Thy

chil

dren

Thy

|en-tle

Children, Gentle Jesus.

Je -bus, While

we

breathe our

us

'neath

even- log prayer,

r
$ave

ta

us from

air*

all

barm and

dan>ger.

:>-r-g!-J-i-g ##-

-<!-,

Save us from the wiles of Satan,


'Mid the lone and sleepful higTit,
Sweetly may our Guardian Angels,

2.

Keep us

Take

Thy

P f

{belt' . ring csre.

'

'

J^-^-r<^

All the night

In

Thy heart is wakeful


Thy sacrament of love.

'neath their watchful sight. 4- Shades of even fast are


falling,

Day

^.Gentle JeSus, look in pity,


From Thy glorious throne above.

When

is

fading into gloom

the shades of death fall round us,


Lead Thine exiled children home.

OCCASIONAL.

194 Lead,

2
3

Kindly Light,

Amid The

Encircling Gloom.

Lead Kind - ly Light,


a - mid th' en-cir- cling
was not
ev - er thus, nor pray 'd that
I
So long Thy power hath blest me, sure it

^Ipiii^lii

gloomT
Thou.,
still...

OCCASIONAL.

'

,-

295

LEAD, KINDLY LIGHT. AMID THE ENCIRCLING CiOOM-CONTINUEO.

mm^
me
me
me

Thou

Lead
Shouldst
Will

lead
lead

on

The

on,
on,

.1

\^^^^M

night
loved

to

moor

and

__^-J_-.

fi-

fc zcs
Lead Thou me
Lead Thou me

home-

dark, and I am far from


choose and see my path, but
fen, o'er crag and torrent

now.,

The

n^^
till.

-<S'

:22.

-x^

my

feet

loved

the

gar

with

ihe morn

And

-A-

do not ask

to

see

day, and spite

of

fears,

es

smile,

those

an-gel

^i^::^

dis

Pride ruled
I

tant

..

^zrn -G>-

A
\

i^

'B,

Which

fac

'^

'^-

The

...

(S>-

I....
I

gone;

ish

8:

is

night

p-^^f^-t^

Keep Thou
I

on
on

i^S
tp

m-

IS

iL^

irf

^k
SE^

O'er

scene, one step

my

will

have

loved

Si

e
nough
re-mem-ber
not
long since, and lost
-

i^lippi

me

for

years

past

while.

^ifi

OCCASIONAL.

296

195-Falth

Moderate,

Of Our Fathers.

i^^ii
1

Faith

Our

cf our Fa - thersl h'v Fathers, chained in


pris of our Fa - thers! Ma of our Fa - thers! we

3 Faith

4 Faith

^.

^W:
.

and

and

con

science

try
in

fast

to

free;
thee;

all

our

strife,

foe

Were
Shall

still

keep our
Both friend and

sword,

Oh!

How
And
And

how our hearts


sweet would
be
thro' the
truth
preach thee too,

beat
their
that

as

iz^

^2:

When

high with

joy.

child-ren's

fate,

If

comes from
love knows

God,
how,

By

dark,

prayers
love

lii^^g

fire

E^T^tEE

ons
ry's
will

r
spite of

geon,

heart

coun

In

dun

still,

ing

Oh,

e'er they

hear

that

they, like them, could


we shall pros - per
kind-lv words and

glo
die

and
vir

rious

word,

for

thee,
free I

be
-tuous

life

\.r2

i'^Eiii^^Eiliez

We'll

iii^ip^;

OCCASIONAL.

297

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS-ContinueD.

m^

;&
true

thee

to

tiH

of our

Faith

mi!

ad!

S=

Ho

1
death!

Fa-

thers

zz:

i&4^^^^m^
Faith!

\y

We'll

be

true

Thee

to

till

:^i^lii^

:^'

196 Yes,

Heaven

Is

The

death

tt:

Prize.

Animato.

p^^iipfti^i^^pi^l

Yes, heavhcn

i^N

is

the

prize!

My soul

shall strive to

gain:

One

i=fi=^i|$^:r=:S:F|:r^=e

zt=i:t2

CHORUS.

mm^^i^^u^glimpse

of

Par

dise_

^^=^

fffEr ^

Re-pays

life

of

pain.
pain

iliii

'Tis

-=i

OCCASIONAL.

298

YES, HEAVEN IS THE PRIZE-Continucd.

"^r
heav

en

yes,

heav

en

Yes, heav-en

heaven is the prize


sorrows press around,
Look up beyond the skies,
Where hope and strength are found.

2 Yes,

He

When

3 Yes, heaven is the prize I


Oh 1 'tis not hard to gain

fi-

jfeElE

Pi

Our

Pi

ty
er
ty.

my GoQ

ring souls,

my God
0-

prize

surely wins

Yes

who

prize.

tries,

For hope can conquer pain.


4 Yes, heaven is the prize
Death opens wide the door
!

JVoderato.

the

And then the spirit flies


To God for evermore.

197-Pity, My God,

r4

is

gn d

jlat

'Tis

For Our Loved Land.

^^^^m^
'tis

so

on

for our
lov - ed
long estranged from
those mis-guid-ed

0-

-_E:'

-^

:^^f^^p^^i"T*

=^:

And

Thy Church we humbly bow in prayer:


for sol ace to Thy sa-cred Throne
Who outrage Thee, but know not what they do;
for

Look up

iPi-s

Thy

Vi

cars cap

tive.

Light up their faith, that.


In
mer - cy wait, and

OCCASIONAL.
PITY,

MY

299

COD, 'TIS FOR OUR LOVED lAND-COHTINUEOi

^^^^^^^^^

::^

break his pns-on

Thy Church's

band,
youth,
a- jain. _

loss
es in Thy might repair
renewed, and shine as once it shone
Their faith and love in sor-row to re-new

hi<e the eag-le's

drawthemback

be

It

m^^^^^m

zfet--2-

cnoRVs:

tN
^I=i=IZi

^^-

aiEjes^i
God

of mighty

pow-er Take Thy Vicar's part Oh, save him in this hour For
:

^^ -m-0-\-m-(B-

Jesus' Sa-cred Heart,

Oh

-0- -m- -m- -m-

save hira in this hour For

198 Veni

Andante.

Jesu,

Amor

Ve

ni

Mi.

su,

mor

^t4:

^
^
r-r
Ve
-

mi,

-*

22

5^.a..u_vl-

ni,

-^

-nit

i
'9^

Ve-ni,

Sfe

Je

-m-

Je-sus' Sa-cred Heart.

4=g
p

Ve

ni,

a-mor

^^=^-

Je-su,

Ve

ni

Je

su,

mor

OCCASIONAL.

300

VENI JESU

2?:

Ve

?
O

ni,

^^
^

.Q.

izt?

-^--^

S^

Je

su

mor

mi,

mor

Je

su,

^K

mor
-XZ.ZX

^--

mor mi
-^

^
A

Ve

Ve

0-

-^-^^- :^-t=t

-5^

ni

^
-

mi,

mor

?:i^^

^Se*e5e^3
A

^
>^

ni,

Ve- ui-

Z2I

Ve

mi.

<=2

p^

-:

22:

2:

-rzr^:
mi,

AMOR Mr-CONTINUEO.

ni

X-

!*

mor mi

i^m

OCCASIONAL.

199-Vivat!

301

Vivat!

-1^

N-

^^ l^feEfeE^EEJrf^^ ^
1

Vi

vat

Vi

Vi --vat!

^s

Pas

vat

-0-0-

bo

tor

DUS!

r^^EEE

=^-

FIXE.

tht

m^i
Et

ac

ce

^^-

B:

den

i
3=3=?
tes

lae

ti

e^
xe

di

runt,

il^^Ffei^^^liS^
=^^
Et

ac

'i^
|:

f-

den

ce

tes

lae

xe

ti

runt,

Vi-

D.C.

-#-=1

vat

vi -.vat!

&
'

vi

vat

vi

vat

vi

v-at

Pas

tor

bo

nus

l^^^^^^^.

MASS.

302

200

At the

Commencement.
B.BS.

On

bend-ed knee a guilt - y race, Be - fore Thee we ap-pear ;


Full griev-ous-ly we've sinned we know, Far, far from duty swerved;

^^ 4:

1~\

1 f

i'

-^-^-^

=1

But

g-rant us, Lord, Thy sav-ing grace. Our sighs of sor-row hear.
yet, kind Lord, hold back the blow, Too well by sin deserved.

That we're un
For - get not

-<5>

-0^<5)-

-#-i-fii

2:i-Zl-J-d^-j:rdz=i|:rzi=J:ri1z=^'_-[
f2-

T"
still be shown, And on
us
worthy, Lord, we own, But let Thy mer- cy
2 all the blood He shed, Thy Son, our Brother, on whose head Thou once didst

s?-

1 sin

lay

Je

ners pi that guilt

ty take, For Thine


i

ness,

and our sweet


Which now in sor - roW

Je

we

sus* sake.
con - fess,

-*-

2 now

sus' sake,
con - fess,

For

Je

We now

sus' sake,

con

For

-fess, In

- _g_p_^_

Thy sweet
sor

-row

Je

sus*

we

con

-25)-

si^ke.
-

fess.

:z]:

j,p_^_j,_p^^__-j-_p.

For

We

MASS HYMNS.

201 At
Other Airs: No.
Moderuto.
^-^

IffV

the Offertory.

45, 60, 75, 84, 117, 134, 137, 140.

-1-

These

ther,

worth

y,

now
all

the Priest

we

have,

)-U-^--f=z::^

offer

is

Thou gav

Some

gifts of bread
of - fer - ing'

For

ing,
est,

L:_L

be

us

and wine, Which


make. But

we

Then what thou

fore

Thy

gav-est,

=!=rz:
1-

shrine

take

But

Our

::1=F=

^^^i=t=i='-=
-I

-23-

- J-C # ^
9
1

* -PF
F

i*

Fa
-

-T-

~l-^

1 Ac - cept
Al-migh-ty
2 With these al - tho' un

30."^

1=1

(Z-

H.

-4 H-r

!^iiS=^S^^=iii^sl
,-

1 soon the

2 heart, our soul, our sens

-0-I
-i

2c^
14.-4-

r-

g.

Word will make them His


-

es,

bo

We

give thro' Ma-ry's hands.

6>

sa - cri - fice re - new - ing,


by the cross once stand - ing.

Once

of

Now

by the

1=f
5?-

:3~?=3=

=1

Who

zzit:=E^i.i::iL-J'=ti:E-t:=td=:t:=:
::^=:t::

:ip

^
^ F 3 ^
E ^3
^5
51
3H

The

blood,

^ic_q q.^^__ F-#

(9-

^
=^

dy and His

:f^E^t:

202 At
Allegro

\^.

'

fered on the
al - tar
__i

-0-

-I-

^3

'^

"">

Rood,
stands,

the Sanctus.

-<5>

\
1

GUARDIAN ANGEL.

304

AT THE SANCTUS-CONTINUED.

ifcd
"Ho

M=^Mi^m
5=^=5

i^u:

blesi.

ly

ed

Ho lyl Ho
He who com
-

ly

Thou, Lord God of Hosts

Art

eth

In

"The

Thy Name, might-y Lord." Ho-

i^r

^^M

:p=r:

::=t=-bi

t=L

f^f^^

^^&iii^fefi;i^
-

star

ry

an.-na

sky

in

the

round

us,

high

est

The
To

shin-ing earth be Da-vid's Son


in

low,
-

tone;

The
Thus

F:y=p-

Ei^S^i^E

FtiF^g

:t=4

^tt*
great

nes? of

we

may

Thy

glo

in

glo

sing

ry,

In

ry,

For

bright ef - ful - gence showev '. er round His throne.

3^^

^35

JS.

GUARDIAN ANGEL.

203^Dear

Angel, Ever At

Mndernto.

^E^

=ii=^
.1

r
Dear

an

gel,

*-

ev

^i^i^

My

er

Side.

^=*=^
at

my
0-

side,

m
How

GUARDIAN ANGEL.
MY

DEAR ANCEL. EVER AT

305

SIDE-CONTINUED.

p9*plpi=iS

love

ly

must Thou

To

be,

leave thy

^^

home in heaven,

to guide

^mm

E?=E0

m
lit

tie

child like

me

lit -

tie child

hke

me.

iipgi^ifipiip^
2

Thy

beautiful

5 And when, dear spirit, I kneel down


Morning and night to prayer
Something there is within my heart,

and shining face

I see not, tho' so

near;
The sweetness of thy soft low voice,
I am too deaf to hear.

Which

6 Yes

3 I cannot feel thee touch my hand,


With pressure light and mild,
To check me as
mother did,
I was but a child.

When

4 But

I have felt thee in my thoughts,


Fighting with sin for me

204-Bless
SemjJlice

thou prayest too

I pray,

prayer

is all for

me

not.

Then love me, love me, Angel dear


And I will love thee more
And help me, when my soul is cast
Upon th' eternal shore.

know

when

thou art there.

But when I sleep, thou sleepest


But watchest patiently

my

And when my heart loves God


The sweetness is from thee.

Thy

me

tells

Me, Befriend Me.

E^Z^H
1

2
3

4
5

me. Sweet

Bless me,

be

Beam on
An - gel
O,
may
Till
my

my

glad-ness,

so

ho

last

friend

nev
sor

ly
-

er

row

an

Thy

joy

Whom God
For
I'll

get

walk
_i

:Bz

Iz

gel,
I

sends

pray

shall

share

to

thou

art

me,
near

in

thy

light

306

ST.

MICHAEL, ARCHANGEL.

BLESS Mr. BEFRIEND ME-Continueo.

^-

ST.

MICHAEL.

307
MICHAEL, PRINCE OF HICHESt HEAYEN-CONTINUED.

^
f
les

Irt:
1

s
rs==s^^
tial

ranks, Low-ly sing-ing

^H-^

in thine honour.

Bring we now

our

ANGELS.

3o8

206 Know

Ye that Angels

Silently

Glide.

Modernto.

Know

I.

)e

tliat

an

gels si-lent-ly glide, F"roni their blest mansions,

.-.-r^-

-4-.

r-^-.-J
o--.

-i

"CI-

down to our side?

r-J
h9-

;:^:
-t-

si:

I
i^zid:
I

Know

^-

-J
S=ij=

ye their bright eyes watch night and day, Lest evil spirits

make you

their prey?

q=zzr= 7

'^

'"

--

(5i-

Beau-ti

-o"-

ful

angels keep watch and ward O-vcr the

-^-

9i

^l=i

-ar

-t

dren dear to the Lord,

:^:

tr

-t

^i
t-S-

By your sweet presence render us

9i

-ch~

-J-.-4

-I

pu-^

chil


still

->--

Steadfast in

.^^

-&-

-*

goodness, proof against

a-

(O-

* -^
i-;-**

ill.

-st
-o-

2 Blessings precede them while they adSatan in terror lowers his lance [vance,
All the dark legions flee in dismay,
;

Melting like morning vapors away.

above
3 Often their gentle voice from
Touches our heart-strings, teachcsuslove,
Leads us to worship happily here,
Even as Angels in their bright sphere.

ANGELS.

207

309

God! How Ought

My

Grateful Heart.

Moderato.

ftj^j^

:&
tHhs=
ii

ii^iii

O God

how ought my

grate

heart

fiil

To

Thy

bount-eous

^^m^.m^^$^mmm^
!

praise

zfc

See?2

^^^=1-^^=.
TT
hand,

Who

send'st

m-

^:

-S-A

Thy

tl

::

be

^=N:

My

soul

Meant

II

i]

is

my

guiue

and

-^

friend,

^-=^

To

be

That Angels thus should be employed


In watching over me.
ll

And when

the morning from the east


Sends forth her golden rays ;
Teach me to raise my heart to God,
And sing His glorious praise.
||

the

skies,

my

To

-m-

*!^
guide and

^Ji
^

friend.

pp^p

surely something great,

for Eternity

^S
-z+S9

-W^

from

:^

^3^

i"

gel

'"*"'

^:4

*
An

4 In evening, when the cooling breeze


Invites to sweet repoie.

May
II

My

I in grateful

weary eyelids

thanks to
close.

Him

||

5 Celestial Guardian, thus with Thee,

II

And by Thy constant care,


May I the world's corruption fiee,
And heavenly blessings share.
}]

ANGELS.

310

208 Hark,

Ilark, hark, my
On ward we

Hark,

soul,

an - gel

go,

for still

My

Soul.

songs are swelling O'er earth's green


hear them singing, "Come, weary
Far,
way, like bells at evening pealing. The voice of
Rest comes at length, tho' life be long and drear - y. The day must

1.

2.

far

3.
4.

ic

we

^g

3=^:

^^mm

^^-\s__H

3eP^

=1-?=*

r>

1-^

Sr^ --^-^

o cean's wave-beat shore; How sweet the truth those blessed strains are
Je - sus bids you come !' And through the dark, its ech-oes sweet - ly
sus sounds o'er land and sea. And lad - en souls, by thousands meekly
Je
dawn and darksome night be past: All jour- neys end in welcomes to the
fields

and

souls,

for

-<^

-^-.f^

15>-

-B
Maestoso

Chorus.

tell

ing.

ring- ing,
steal-ing,

wear

y,

:^

Of that new
The mu - sic

when

no more,
of the gos - pel leads us home,
Kind Shepherd turn their wear y steps to Thee,
And heav'n, the heart's true home, will come at last.
life

sin

shall

r> -

sus.

an

gels

of

light.

An

-gels

of

-G> _!_

ir=W-

^-=t

Je

be

t=

Sing

ing

33,

to

welcome

li^^

ANGELS.
HARK, HARK,

?TI

MY SO\il~Continuea.

:t?==f^

pilgrims of
-I

^h 3~33

night-

^-

An

gels

of

Je

sus,

an

gels

of

:f=p:
H

LITANY OF BLESSED VIRGIN.

312

No.

209-Litany.

^^S

!i

Ky

9s

ri

e e

lei

son

KK
Ky-

KS

r^

ri -

e e

1.

Ky

lei-son

fe

ri

de coe

De

lis

TZ^
^U

us

Fi

&

Mi

2nd.

se- re

re

no

"^

m%

son e

li

M-0-

zt
-0-0-

Redemptor mundi De

us

18 Virgo vencranda,
19 Virgo prcedicanda,
20 Virgo potens,
21 Virgo clemens,

22 Virgo fidclis,
23 Speculum justitise,
24 Sedes sapientioe,
25 Causa nostrae Ixtitice,
26 Vas spirituale,
27 Vas honorabile,
28 Vas insigne devotionis,

5-2

inviolata,

intemerata,
amabilis,
admirabilis,

boni

nus

consilii,

De

qui

mi

bis

lol-lis
1

se- re

re

17 Virgo prudentissima,

Christi,
divinae gratise,

purfssima,
castiasima,

15 Mater Creatoris,
16 Mater Salvatoris,

2 Sancta Trinitas, unus Deus


miserere nobis.
3 Sancta Maria,
4 Sancta Dei Genitrix,
5 Sancta V'irgo Virginum,

Ag

lei

v-vi/-Vist

6 Mater
7 Mater
8 Mater
9 Mater
10 Mater
11 Mater
12 Mater
13 Mater
14 Mater

-S-#

S=i
ter

-^
^.

-^.

^^tZZZi
Pa-

0-

3=:

I.

<^
-I

pec ca

ta

mundi

Par

ce no- bis,

^K--KV

aziMzzMzztzM;

>2

par

ce

i^l=i:

q=^=^m

1=3: It
2.

Exaudi

nos

ex

Mi

3.

mi

se

re- re

ause

LITANY OF BLESSED VIRGIN.


UIMIY-Concluded.
-^

?v-

313

LITANIES

314

Litanies.

No

1.

2
^

-^
SaDC

Ma

ta

2zi.

^1^

rr
Sane

ri

De

ta

Gen

trix

4i=^:

--^

***Sane

ta vir

vir

go

gi

num O

no

ra pro

bis.

^-1:
:U=k

r
No.

2.

BEg=:di=s^^
Sane

ta

Ma

1^=-^

1-

t-t
Sane

ri

ta

De

Gen

- i

trix

1:

*-: -m-

Sane

ta

-^
vir

-m-

-^.

go

vir

-WVC^--

gi

C7-

num

:z2:

-o-

ra

pro

:p=t:

-st-

-c>
DO

ep-

bis.

LITANIES
No.

315

3,

s
s>- -^Sanc - ta

^.

Ma

ri

-^

--^

=^:

:^

:^:

as :g=t

:J.-.5.
Sane ta
De - i

-m-

-iS>-

-r=f^

-^-

I^-I

Gen

:i=|K

trix

:^:

^^l^iiliillliii^^i^^
Sane

S^

ta

vir

vir

go

gi

num

e-

ra

pro

:ff-Aj?--

^
no

bis

No. 4.

IP

S=p
sane

13
'rs

ta

Ma

:&

Sane

:^

:^:
-IS-

:p

p-

-ti-

De

ta

?^

:?2:

:ii

I^:22:

1^=ii|:

ge

ne

Sane

trix

:?=:

li
3t

122:

ra

:^:

vir-go

--^

--^-

-^^

:p2:

a
o

ta

-^vir

gi

mz

-^-

5=2:

ra

:^
=^

ra

~-T2L

1^^^
O

num

ra

pro

IS-

no

bis.

i^^^
32:
I

LITANY OP THE

3i6

B. V. M.

No. 5.

r=l=^tzd:
Sane

Ma

ta

Sane

ri

i5:e

-^

|F5|g|p^

ilSEglE:

3-*

-J

:4:--^
De

ta

p: :t==ztz=n:it_fiip

ge

ni

trix

:iir p:

:zt=-

ii

'

fe:
Effi=*ZSZ=SEa
Sane

ta vir

vir - gi

go

:a:

S!.Ei=EEi^5==i=

num

ra

-0,

gSEEEgEE^Eg=^=
No.

6.

Pater de

Coelis

le-i. son

De

]?-fi-pz:p:

^El2iSzt=^Z-ta=^:

-I

us

Chris

V.

B.

-fi-

bis.

itn;

Ky -ri-e

4=:

Litany of the

Xavier's

St.

no

pro

,_&

.^_-:

M.

Arranged by

-*-

-*^

te

-
-

Redemptor mundi

Fili

c=ziz=z^=i:|:

S.

lei -

De

M. A

--

son

us

^iil

t-

-J^r-^==!-dt.

^e^i^a^t^
Chris

Spiritus

id&zziai.T^z:

f!1^2z:tzi_-.

te

Sanete

=d-ztE^Ee3=

-m%mau

De

di

nos

Chris

us

mi

m.mm.-^.m^-:^~

se

ex

te

re

re

audi nos.

no

bis.

;5=i

PJ

LITANIES
No.

317

7.

4.-n^1^ -z=:i:=zq=q-F-=iziii:^=|=r=:=l-s^;^-=
Ky

- ri -

lei

m.

Chris

son,

-SI-

lei

:^=:zr~^-e-si

1-

lzzSizi:r=:z5i=l

te

Chris

* * S SI

au

te

= zq-i:r-_z:^-p:

son.

:p2:

=t--

:|==

-c^-

-a

di nos

Chris

te

au

ex

di

nos.

-^-:^

si-

itrd

No 8

::i=
-h

Ky

1-

- - ri - -

1=2'.

tS-

J:

iy^

son.

;le-i

1=^

T2L

-IS-

-IS-

3;

]=p-

g^s=j

tv

- -

te

au

-di

nos,

son.

elei

-st-

-<si-

=1.

-^^^

8^

Chris

:z^

m-

s -^
^' ^
-

^1

PEE
--^

- - ri - -

^a==
I

Chris

Ky

te

:^:

ex

an

- -

F==1-<si-

di

nos.

1=^
--

318

210

Litany of the Sacred Heart.

By kind permission ok the Apostleship of Pr-wer.


Ludwig Bonvin, S. J. Op. No.
Soprano. Alto, ad lib
Con

nioto.

9i.

inf

'9-

'l^-

Ky

- ri

%SEB
U-J^
L3=3-*=i^:t:3-i_i-Bi-=^bi|-^z:dzB5=SJL3R-*l^;
Ky-

ri

e,

leI

son. Chris

au

te

di

nos.

Chris

te,

ex

au

di - sOn.

V
ZlifZIZ^
!

-6>-

-M

(S--

a^ziT

1 Pater de coal is
2 Fill Redemptor mundi
3 Spiritus Sancte
4 Sancta Trinitas unus

Mi

Patris
sn sinu

Filii

Vir^i'nis

Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor
Cor

Je
Je
Je
Je
Je

il
il

ru.
su,
su,
su,
su,
su,
su,
sn,
su.

Matris a Spiritu Sancto tor


Verbo Dei substantialiter u
Maiestatis in

Templum De

TabernacuUim

Al

Domus Dei et por


fornax ardens ca
amoris re

ta

justitia; et
bonitate ct

virtutum

amo

omnium

ma

tum,
tum,

ni
ni

tae,

sane

tum,

tissi

cce
ta
ta
cepre - pie
ab - ys

mi,
-

ri

li,

tis,

culum,

num,
-

sus

se -re

Mi se -re
Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re
-

se -re

Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re
Mi - se -re

re

no

bis.

re
re
re
re
re
re
re
re
re
re

no

bis.

no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no

bis.

bis.

bis.

bis,
bis.

bis.

bis.

bis
bis

"iii

LITANY.
LITANY OF THE SACRED HEART-COMTINUEIK

?'=F=^

319

UTANY OF THE

320

SAINTS.

Litany of the Saints.

211.

(To b sung at the Forty Hours' Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament.)

CHORUS.

CANTORS.

Edit. Ratisbon.

Q-

-A-

-Q

Ky

St
son.

le

ri

_/2_

ig

=J=q:
s)-

di

le

son.

Chris

te

-a-

-sr
Chris

nos.

CANTORS.

au

ex

te

di

nos.

CHORUS.

s::..

te

son.

le

-51-

au

-sr

Ky

Chris

-&-

-L.

--

It
Pater de
Fill,

De
De
De
De

coelis

Redemptor mundi
Spiritus sancte

Sancta Trinitas, unus

us.

us.

us.

us.

Sancta
Sancta
Sancte
Sancte
Sancte

Omnes

It
Sancta

Ma

Dei Genitrix. Ora, etc.


Ora, etc.
Virgo Virginum.
Michael.
Ora, etc.
Gabriel. Ora, etc.
Ora, etc.
Raphael.
sancti Angeli et Archangeli.

Orate, etc.

se
se

re

re

re

re

se

re

re

se

re

re

no
no
no
no

bis.

bis.

bis.

bis.

CHORUS.

CANTORS.

Mi
Mi
Mi
Mi

sr
:t:

O
Omnes

ra

sancti

nes.

pro

beatorum Spirituum

ordi-

Orate, etc.

Sancte Joannes Baptista. Ora,


Sancte Joseph. Ora, etc.

Omnes

bis.

etc.

sancti Patriarchae et P'r^'-hetss.

Orate,

etc.

LITANY OF THE SAINTS.

321

LITANY OF THE SMHIS-Continrnd.

-sr

Pe

Sancte

tre.

ra

pro

Sancte Paule.

Sancte Silvester.

Sancte Andrea.

Sancte Gregori.
Sancte Ambrosi.

*Sancte Jacobe.
Sancte Joannes.
'Sancte Thoma.

no

Sancte Martine.
Sancte Nicolas.

Omnes

sancti Pontifices

et Confessores.

*Sancte Matthaee.

Orate, etc.

Sancte Simon.

Omnes

Sancte Thaddsee.

Sancte Antoni.

Sancte Matthia.

Sancte Benedicte.

Sancte Barnaba.

Sancte Bernarde.

Sancte Luca.

Sancte Dominice.

Sancte Marce.
sancti Apostoli

sancti Discipuli

Omnes

et Evangelistse.

Sacerdotes

sancti

Domini.

Omnes

Orate,

sancti Innocentes.

Monachi

sancti

et

Levitse.

Eremitae.

et

etc.

Orate,

Omnes

Orate, etc.

Orate, etc.

etc.

Sancta Maria Magdalena.


Sancta Agatha.

Orate, etc.

Sancte Stephane.
Sancte Laurenti.

Sancta Lucia.

Sancte Vincenti.
Sancti Fabiane et Sebastiane.

Sancta Agnes.
Sancta Csecilia.

Orate,

Sancta Catharina.

etc.

Sancta Anastasia.

Sancti Joannes et Paule.


Orate, etc.
Sancti Cosma et Damiane.
Orate, etc.
Sancti Gervasi et Protasi.
Orate, etc

Omnes

sancti Doctores.

Sancte Francisce.
|

Orate, etc.

Omnes

bis.

Sancte Augustine.
Sancte Hieronyme.

*Sancte Jacobe.
Sancte Philippe.
Sancte Bartholomaee.

Omnes

sancti Martyres.

Orate,

Omnes

Sancti et Sanctae

et

Virgines

Viduae.

etc.

--

Cmnes

sanctse

Orate, etc

De

g
-

i.

In

O
-

ter

ce

di

o
-

te

pro

no

g
f

bis.

LITANY OF THE SAINTS.

322

LITANY OF THE SA\HJS-Contimud.

IT
-sr

Pro

pi

ti

It:

us

Propitius esto, exaudi nos,

es

Par

is
-

Do -mi

bis,

ne.

perpetua,

tuoe,

odio et omni mala vo-

luntate,

Pec

no

^-

Per adventum tuum,


Per nativitatem tuam,
Per baptismum, et sanctum jejunium tuum,
Per crucem el passionem tuam,
Per mortem et sepulturam tuam.
Per sanctam resurrectionem tuam,
Per admirabilem ascensionem tuam,
Per adventum Spiritus sancti Para-

.a.

A spiritu fornicationis,
A fulgure et tempestate,
A flagello terrsmotus,
A peste, fame, et bello

1^

ce

A morte

insidiis diaboli,
ira et

is:

Per mysteriuni sanctae incamationis

subitanea et impro^'isa morte,

Ab
Ab

to,

Domine.

Ab omni malo,
Ab omni peccato,
Ab ira tua,

cliti,

In die Judicii.

-/a

::

1=:;

ca

-to

res.

Ut nobis parcas,
Ut nobis indulgeas,
Utad veram poenitentiam nos

J?.

Te

ro

'gam

vitio

ecclesiam tuam sanctam regere,


et conservare digneris,

omnes

ordines in sancta
religione conservart digneris,
Ut inimicos sanctae ecclesise humiliare digneris,
ecclesiasticos

Ut

regibus, et principibus Christianis pacem, et veram concordiam

donate digneris,
Ut cuncto populo Christiano pacem,
et unitatem largiri digneris,

di

nos.

in tuo sancto

confortare,

ser-

"

conservare

et

digneris,

per-

Ut mentes

nostras ad ccelestia de-

sideria erigas,

Ut

et

au

us

Ut nosmetipsos

ducere digneris,

Ut domnum apostolicum,

re-*

Ut omnibus benefactoribus

nostris

sempiterna bona retribuas,

Ut animas nostras fratrum, propinquorum, et benefactorum nostrorum

ab

seterna

damnatione

eripias
fructus terrse dare, et conservare

3
}-

Ut

St

digneris,

Ut omnibus

fidelibus defunctis re-

quiem reternam donare

Ut nos exaudire
Fili

Dei,

digneris,

digneris,

LITANY OF THE SAINTS.

323

LITANY OF THE SMHlS-CoTUinued.

_c_

hS-

A
A
A

gnus
gnus
gnus

De
De
De

:t:=::=t=
1,
i,
i,

--

It
mun
mun
mun

di.

qui
qui
qui

.a

tol

lis

tol

lis

tol

lis

pec
pec
pec

ca
ca
ca

ta
ta
ta

-&-(2-

LITANY OF THE SAINTS.

324

LITANY OF THE SMHlS-CotUinued.

1^3:11:

De

I.

us

in

ten

de.

=1t2:tt=

-sr

me

Domine, ad adjuvandum

2.

Confundantur,

*qui quaerunt

-sr

meum

in adjutorium

et

revereantur,

animam meani.

3. Avertantur retrorsuni, et erubescant, *qui volunt mihi mala.

Avertantur statim erubescentes,


Euge, euge
*qui dicunt mihi
in te om5. Exultent, et laetentur
*et dicant
nes,
qui quaerunt te
Magnificetur Dominus,
semper
qui diligunt salutare tuum.
!

na.

sti

6. Ego vero egenus, et pauper sum:


*Deus, adjuva me.
7. Adjutor meus, et liberator meus
es tu
*Domine, ne moreris.
:

4.

fe

8.

Gloria Patri, et Filio, *et Spiritui

sancto.

9.

-.

V. Salvos fac servos tuos.

tudinis.

y.

facie inimici.

Domine, non secundum peccata

nostra facias nobis.

Neque

secundum

/i.

F.
/?.

V.

eum, et beatum faciat eum


terra, et non tradat eum in anima
imicorum ejus.

Oremus pro benefactoribus

/?.

V.
/?.

Retribuere
Domine,
dignare,
omnibus nobis bona facientibus prop/?.

V.

in-

nos-

in pace.

Pro fratribus nostris absentibus.


Salvos

fac

Mitte eis

servos

tuos,

Deus

in te.

Domine auxilium de

sancto.

in

tris.

Requiescant

Amen.

meus sperantes

/?.

Oremus pro Pontifice nostro, N.


Dominus conservet eum, et vivi-

ficet

y.

nomen tuum, vitam aetemam.


Amen.
V. Oremus pro fidelibus defunctis.
/?. Requiem
jeternam dona eis
Domine et lux perpetua luceat eis.

V.

iniquitates

nostras retribuas nobis.


V.

et nunc,
saeculorum.

Amen.

/?.

A'.

in saecula

Nihil proficiat inimicus in nobis.

R. Et filius iniquitatis non apponat


nocere nobis.
V.

Sicut erat in principio,

semper, *et

ter

"7?. Deus meus, sperantes in te.


V. Esto nobis, Domine, turris forti/?.

et

V.
/?.

V.

Et de Sion tuere eos.


Domine, exaudi orationem meam
Et clamor meus ad te veniat.
Oremus.*

Amen.
Dominus vobiscum.
Et cum spiritu tuo.
Exaudiat

nos

omnipotens

misericors Dominus.
/?. Et custodiat nos semper.

et

Amen.

TE DEUM LAUDAMUS.

212 Te

Deum Laudamus.

The Celebrant.

Te De

um

2 Choir..

Te

se

lau

<

da

^^-

mus

ter

nnm

Pa

Ti
2

bi om-nes.

ge

- li

Ti
I

<^

- fi

te

<g

<y

om-nis ter

ra

ve

ne

mur

&^gJ

ra

(S?

tur.

m
ti-bi cce-li

a.

Che-rubim

bi

'^

\
et

ni

ver-Sae po-tes

ta -tes.

Choir.

et

Se

Sane

ra-phim, ia-ces-sa-bi-li

Choir.

Sane

tus.

2 Choir.

P-

Pie

f-

ni sunt

cob.

jiS&i

ter

et

lau

da

bi

lis

ri - se

tu

ee.

sus

nu

glo

^ ^J J l~p^i^zi-j
A-pos

^z^
-

ba-oth.

^ ^ s>ei

J_-g

<S

Ma-jes-ta-tis

2 Choir.

to

lo-rum cho-rus.
I

-j

ce pro-clamant.

Do-mi-nus De-us Sa

tus

-w0
ra,

^^^
-

^-Srsi

Choir.

Teglo-ri-o

.vo

Choir.

Sane

tus,

li

3gg? -&

-tUtZZ^HM.

SJ

I^^Sfc^^B^

Do-minum con

&-

Choir.

g~li

An

^zz?^

J-

Te

trem,

d>&^

^ ^^

Choir.

Choir.

j5 JJ^j~J3"

325

4
me

rus.

ta

rum

Choir.

fe

<9-

Te pro-phe

Te Mar

ty

rum can

di

da

tus

326

T DEUM LAUDAMUS.
TE DEUM LAUOAMUS-CONTINUEO.
2

li

tL^t^E^iE^

Choir.

TE DEUM LAUDAMUS.

327

TE DEUM LAUDAMUS-CONTIKUEO*

Choir.

Tu

p^
De

dex-te-ram

ad

se

ia

des

\^BOiR.

Ju

de

dex ere

es

ris

se

vea

sub-ve-ni; quos pre-ti

fam-u-lis

is

iE

ter

na

cum

fac

ri

Pa-tris.

downyi

(i

-&

ie

er

*-'^

rus.

"2?

'kneel

go quse-su-mus

-&&

so san-gui-ne re - de-mis -

ti.

Sanctis tu

--

&

W=3L-

13

nu-me-ra

in glo -ri- a

is

ri.

Choir.

i
Salvum

fac

po

pulum tu-um Do

^P
-

mi

ne

^m.
hae

re

3
^
at

ex

di

&

ta

tol

tu

ti

(g

le

il

Et

^
los

ne

die

^=iH-t=^
se.

be

et

Choir.

Choir.

I^^^igil^^
2

tu

?
-

glo

.0

3i3

xz.

tu

(Alihii verse all

&&

II

-(96

us

re

'^

ge

J-

in

que

ae

os

o1=31=1^1

ter

num.

Choir.

#
Per

sia

gu

los

-&&di

e)

'

es,

bQ

4'

ae

-0

di

ci

((S*-

wus

te.

TE DEUM LAUDAMTJS.

328

TE DEUM UUDAMUS-CONJINUEO.
Choir.

a-

Et

lau

da

mus

no

men

tu

r
-fc^

in

ssB

-^^Hi

cu-lum

si

ne pec-ca

4
to

^s

4-

mi

se

re

re

i ^^
Do
I

mi-ne

su

Mi-se

re

^^

I
-

re no

stri

to

IS

Do

mi

per

S>'

'

ne

Choir.
rP -zt

nos

-\

Fi

tri

#g'gs*
-

rs0f
r -p*ry0t

-<S'6i

lum

ne di

r^

re.

Choir.

^p

I^

^1

Dig-na - re Do-mi

cu

Choir.

nos cus-to-di

^ GXi^

sx

in

rr

sse-cu-li.

^-Z3L

um

9lZI^

I
et

at

mi

se

ri

^s)

Choir.

cor

di

AND

spe-ra

tu

-GS^

-Gh-

quem-ad-modum

nos;

vi

mus

in

te.

2 Choirs.

^^^^E^^^^rs^^^^m
In

"

te

Do-mi-ne, spe-ra

Bcnedictus

es,

vi

non

pun Sancto

es,

V.

Domine Deus,

dcir

in

ae

ter

num.

liones" ejus.

Eum

in ssecula.

V. Benedictus
firniamento coeli.

R. Et landabilie, et gloriosus, ei superexaltatus in Pn^onla.


V. Benedic aninia mea Domino.
R. Et noli oblivisci uiiines retribu-

Domine, Deue Pa-

>iim no.=trorum.
R. Etiaudabilis, etgloriosusine.TCula.
V. Benedicamvis Patrem, et Filiuin
Spiritu
R. Laudeiiiue, e. juperexaltemus

con- fun

Domine exaudi orationem nieam.


Et clamor mens ad te vcniat

Y. Dorainus vobiscuin,
R. Et cum Spiritu tuo,

in

OREMUS
Deus, cujufc misericordiae non est numerus, et bonitatis intinitus est tl-.-sanruB:
piissimae majestati tuae pro collatis donis gratias airimus, tuam semper clementiam exorantes ut qui petentibu? postulata concedis, eosdem non deserene, ad
B. Amen.
Vraemia futura disponas. Per Christum OMinum nnptrum
;

213

VIDI AQUAM.

329

Pibi Ciqnam.
For

Easier.

Priest.

P-

3i:

Choir.

*
^,^-^ -r^ iciiicz

Vi

b;=g=gigzg=E

di.

quam.

E-gre.

-4

g
:i

fe=^=i:

r^

:ci=i=
en

tem

la

plo

^=^!

le

lu

Al

ia,

:^

it=^=il-

1-

]=-""=;:

\^

te

re

^==1=

=S=S:

4i-p

:^-:
dex

tro,

:^ :^

-l-li-^

3
3^

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:*z=^
-+-

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'-^=

-]

w=^-

~^

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de

n =iq=

gll^EE

^ii

-CZ

lu

le

at

la.

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:;i^i}:
-<Sr

i^ps
om

ad

nes

& *
T?

quos

>
pet

-5^1-

nit

1^

is

qua

ti

P
U
sunt

T2-

ve

::i=S=i:

TTT

ni^:
fac

4-4^4q

^iE^
-gl

et

di-

ta

sal

vi

^-

3^E

^
di

^ p-r

cent,

AI

iS:=E

le

lu

ia,
ia.

Al

^g

VIDI AQUAM.

330

m^

Fine.

tS^

4tBft

Domi Tie,

quo

&>
-

ni

tu
et Filio et
Spiri
Sicut erat in principio et nunc

am

bo

cr-

nus.

Sane
sem -

et

et ia sae

per,

feF

m
B

tS^

cor

di

lo

a
rum,

(S>-

ti
Repeat

EEES":-^S:

in saeculum miseri
cula ssecu

=*

quoniam

to.

JUS.

men.

122:

Si-

i
" Vidi

Aquam"

to

"Confitemini."
Response.

Priest.

:^=r:

Ostende nobis Domine


misericordiam tuam. Allelui
2 Domine exaudi orationem me
1

m.wPriest
r-9-n

a.

am.

Et salutare tuum
da nobis. Allelui Et clamor meus ad te veni

a.
-

at.

jHU

ASPERGES ME

214
Sung

331

Asperges Me.

before Mass, from Trinity to

2 VOICES

&

Palm Sunday

inclusive.

BASS AD UB.

Chorus.

Priest. Antipfion

^mWM^MM^M^^^
'^mmMmm^mm^^^^

LI

As

per

ges

me

Do

mi

bys-

ne,

iipSiililp^liPlllliillli
r fWf
so-po.
^^

mun

et.

>

da

bor:

li^ieiiii^i

- &:-

er-gr
La

va

bis

me,

su

et

per

^^M^^^^^B^^^^^-^M
Fine.

--t-,
-CZC^=&

vem

i^y^^ipp^

de

jsji^^gEEaEEE:=
g?"
L r

al

ba

bor.

e^lp^l

ASPERGES ME.

332
Psalm.

^
Mi

re

se

re

^3^^iS^
me

De

3illS^

l?^=q

-(^J-

us

SgE:

E^H^
cuadum

se

magnam

miser

- i

cor

di

am

^E^iig^^gi^^^

^S=

0:

Pip
i:

GIo

am.

tu

ri

a....

iS>-

Pa

- tri

et

FS=^^

Hs:

1=0:?:

-M S-^
Fi

li -

et

Spi

ri

tui

Sane

ci

pi

o,

et

BS^agE^^

cut

^^Ejfl-pEFEpEj;

prin

Si

to,

^
g^JSii^
e-rat in

t.^_w^^Ilt

nunc

et

sem
-(-

^
-

per.

ASPERCFS ME.

et

in

sffi-cu-Ia/y

sae

cu

333

lo

^^^^m^

rum.

&

men.
men.

:t^--

ST

Repeat the "Asperges me," to the Psalm "Miserere." "^

The

Priest having returned to the foot of the Altar,


sings

Response.

Priest.

-tS>-

Ostende nobis, Domine.misericordiamtu


me
Domine, exaudi orationem

am. Et salutare tuum da no


am. Et clamor mens ad te ve

32:

?5:

bis.

niat

'j^

2_.

PRIESTji

Priest.

Response.

KESPONSE.

227"

"S?-

Prayer,

Dominus vo-bis-cum.

11:

Et cum

22:

spiritu tu

o.

(Exaudi.)

men.

-^

334

215

ITTissa

2>c angelis.

KYRIE.
m/" (Three times )
llNtSONO

Ky

ri

i
Organ.

gS

gg^

3= "gr

_p

J-'''

<^

.^i

le -

-^

R^
^^^^ti^

-<9-

121

-1

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son,

i
-9-

i^

<^

-zr
-

(Three times)

yy

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-rit-s^^

^^^:
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g=^^ M

srle

"g|

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=1^

3 M^^

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's

^.

^^

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^

n5-

-<5!-

g'~#'

sr

-fi'

sie

s:

^
=?

:^

son,

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

335

mf (Twice.)

fe

w
Ky

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ri

I
w=^ ^

f2.

s>

1&-

:s=r2
-Si^

<S>

"27

gj

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3
S^

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^ ir
"Z?-

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^'

e,

^^

/:)

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.<2-

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^=^=3=^=^=^
le

son,

Ky-ri

e,

f^

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^^-^

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i

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& #

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gl

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le
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1-

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-^^

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

336

GLORIA.

fc
a

<s^

=5^=-5L_3

Et

in

i$i-

^'

ter

z?

7^7^^

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^-^^i^ ^
:j.-^

^^
Lau

tis.

i-St

i^*-

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1)6

ne

di

ci

mus

Te,

1-

221

rrrrf

dt^

^g^^

t5^

4^

iJ^

e
tS*

ta

^^^E^^^E^

mus Te,

fe

~C>'

-,s>-

?^~ig

da

-<5^

lun

Z12.

-I

vo

ra pax. ho-mi-ni-bus bo-oae

do

3
5^:^

ra

(g

0-

musTe,

glo

ri -

fi

ca

mus

-M"z^;:::*

Mi
zzL

z^-

-r^

Te,

~^

^^

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

p~r-f^-

337

^j?' -asi^--\

-(5'-

Gra-ti-as

-k

gimus Ti

bi,

JJ

"~

^~^

mag- ramglo-ri-ani tu-am.

propter

iS^3^

^Ei^^S^i

p
-:-

g:^-ig-#-

-(5-

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<2^

^r^

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szzi:

us,

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z?'-<g-

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_^_
is:

::fc:

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:^
li

ni

-^

nl-te,

^"f"n^

"(5'-

-e^-^
-

ter

'^

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om

ni-po-tens

i^:

::s:

::s:

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p

ge

rJ

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/
(U^(:^4I<5_

gj

De - us Pa

Rex coe-Ies-tis,

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'5.

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i-^

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su

:=^

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<

ste.

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rf-r ^jgr^

13?:

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25^^ :f:

g>

:^=^

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-<5^-

-^2-

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MISSA DE ANGELIS.

338

^^^^^
Do-mi-ne Deus, Ag-nusDe

Fi

i,

~j^

Pa

li-us

tris.

Lcj

,.

f^

E3^^1
,,-a-^-^^^^2=^

33 S

-t5^

Qui

-%

tol-lispec-ca

t^

f=^-t5'

!*

J -A~^.

di,

'^

4^ -

S^-T-i-

ZSL

ta-mun

3^ g^g-

ii

#-t$-

-<i?

g'-z?

S}

mi-se-re

no

re

bis.

s:^: ST

^^r^^
-^ff-?

^^ S=s

:JfS

-(S?

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::}^

-<9-

=P=
1

,gfg-p-fg

^ g'g

[^

-^ ^

^-

sJ-i?

Qui tol-lispec-ca

ta

^p^-^j^

mua

-(&-

di,

:s:

su

-^-^

'

-^

i s)

-G>-

a ^-

sci-pe de-pre

^ 3^

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

ca

onem no

- ti -

stram. Qui se

339

des ad dex-te-ram Pa

tris,

'#5^-S-iS^

3?

^5^

JU.

1-^

<

1^=:^

IZSl

ta

mi-se

p^
'^
r-^

no

bis.

lus

^f3^
^

,^

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lus sanc-tus,

d=3

^^^=^

fll^b*
(S*

ri>

<5>-

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"Z?"

^
-z?-

nm
-

so

iS"

<

^ g?- =^=^
so

f J

C^

<S>-

Quoniam Tu

^S^i^Jg

3?

^M

-(&

re

F^

IP

Tu

re

d^

3
tr^^-^ t

&

-tS*

^=^ ^=15-

mi

1^

<y

nus,

_(C

s=^
2^

g;

Tu

^so

"?y

g J
-

Jus

g?
al

^^

tis - si

Jzzqirt

g;,

mus,

:^^

^E
11;

i^

2^

iCizs:
-.5>-

:s;

^=d:

^^S

-#-(5>-

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

340

Je

1^1

f-^-t^

cum

Sane

*r=3^
^"

1^3
:^

su

Clin

^9

'ia

ste

'

t^-^

-t-

4^2

to

:t5^

Spi

^i

-22.

a:&
-'p^

#-=-<5^

wfmw

IZT-st.

g-^g
-g rJ
-<

-(5'-

(5^

^^^^

^C^

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

341

CREDO.

:**
Pa

H^

:^~

-&^

trem

om-m-po

:^

ten

5
/

<5'-

-<s>-

vi

si-bi

li-um

ni-um et

in

vi

fS*

'-i-"^'2^^

:sn:

ST-^zzq.
-r-

^W-J-^J

1:22

-<5l-

"ZT-

rz

3
7:^-V

ysH^g-

u-numDdminum,Jesum Christum, Fi-li-um De

^S

-i

3-

g i::^ ^ -(5>- 4 <9-

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i^i-

^fez]

ni-ge-ni-tum.

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r^: .s-2^

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:fe

p5

is:

li-um

bi

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13

in

21:2

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tee,

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si -

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i

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om

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ter

et

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z?-

f3?

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fac-to-rem coe-li

tem,

3'"

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3=3

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

342

o-i^ -?-zd-(5-o
Patre

ex

et

na

?E^
-ir-

ante

turn

:t?5

-^^:^^-^

3=S^

^ 3

om-ni-a sae-cu-la;

Deumde Deo,

3E^33

iS^

cJ

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f:J

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lu-men

de

:g^ :^^i:

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lu-mi-ne,

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cr

fy

f
9

ve

ro;

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3 :5ftz?^ii^g^
(5^

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\s.

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^^
turn

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^'"^rj:

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ve-rura de

.12.

Genitum, non fac

"^'

12Z?2.

ST
(5*-.S--

^
con-sub-Stan

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a -lem Pa-

_5

"

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tri,

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ttg

xg

gg

fc

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

343

per quem omnia fac- ta sunt. Qui propter nos homineset propter nostram salutem,

5^T
z^--^

I^^^^'lit^^^i^g^*^

^r ^ &

s^

>

descendit de

-s^

^fc;

coe

Et

lis.

3t:^i?:

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4=

rS

~<gi

^Tg

?^^

il

de Spi-ri-tuSancto,

in-car-na- tusest

z?(

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llE^
^i^-:^

'C^

q=^ 'Q-^a'i

si-

g<
-i5^

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:t5it

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-^
::?-

^P- ^1
ex Ma-ri

a Vir-gi-ne,

gj

et

-<^
rST^J:

ho-mo

"37"

factusest.

-xt

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g?

lento.

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^j/TTj

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3:

^^^^

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us

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--

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MISSA DE ANGELIS.

344

sub Pontio

tiam pio nobis,

7i

^^ I/^'
.i2Il

passus et se-pul

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f f^ f^

7:rS'-

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i?

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g-fi*-

znr

fewtpo 7no.

:fc^

J '^L^<v

Et

re

g^

su-rex

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ter

-(5"Z?-

it

ti

di

3 3 ^

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sJ

iJW>

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-

e.

se -

3
"ST

^P-^

^-

cun-dum scripturas,

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-<S-

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et

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a-scendit in

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coe

lum,

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se-det

ad dex-te-ram Pa

tris.

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MISSA DE ANGELIS.
pi^tt

1:=^

i^ni:
Et

i -

te

^^^^M

3=1

a-=3^5^
rum

345

cum

vea-tu-rus est

glo

ri

ju

a,

di

ca

re vi

vos

=
^iS
25"

^^

mor

et

tu

g^

^=3:^3:

Z?

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:=|:

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cu

os.

JUS

re

non

gni

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-

1^:^

rit

fi

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fcS

19-

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in

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^
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13

id

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et

is:
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vi

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fi -

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can-tern

fi

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ly

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:4=:q:

3?^

MISSA DE ANGELIS.

346

^-iPZ^Z^

g^^- 1^ ^*

^J^^i2

qui ex Pa-treFili -o-que pro-ce

^^.

qui

dit,

S3^

-T^-

-(5^

cum Pa-tre ct

^.^'^sj^

-?-

q^-"^^

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-o

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mul

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do

ra

gzip

con

et

tur,

glo

75-

ri

22
-

fi

ca

tur,

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1^

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g^

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^^

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si -

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is:

-^

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qui
:?:

lo

cu

Kf

^-s^

-^-#
tus est

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.

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tas.

per Pro-phe

i 5
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GLORIA

j(S.-a-

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EXCELSIS DEO-CONTINUEO.

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156
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IN

EXCELSIS DEO-CONTINUED,

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357

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO-CONTINUED.

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tempo

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358

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO-CoNTINUED,


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MASS.

359

credo-Continued.

VI - SI

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et

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360

credo-Continued.

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MASS.

361

CREDO Continued.

Piu

SOPRANO

lento.

ri-

-^'-i&-(&-

Et-

ALTO SOLI

and

r-1
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na

tus

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MASS.

\^2

CREDO- Continued.

fa
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a tempo

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tus

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MASS.

363

credo-Continued.

-I n
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Spi-ri-tum

san-ctum
I

Do-mi-num,

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vi - vi

et

can

-G-

tem, qui ex

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I
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f-

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ce

dit

qui

cum

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si-mul a-do-ra-tur, et con glori-fi

ca-tur,

qui lo

cu

tus

est per Pro-

:-j 4-4,

Et

u-nam Sanctum Ca

tho-li

cam,

et

A-po-sto-li-cam

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rrr

f^

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rum.

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nem

MASS

364

CREDO-CONTINUEO.
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rum.

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tarn ven

VI

tu-ri

cu

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li.

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MASS.

365

SANCTUS-CONTINUED

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in

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sis,

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sis.

MASS.

Z66

Dei

Agnus
Sopran o

f/

II

ml

Alto

\X.
-SK9-

A - gnus
enus
Tenor urul Bass

De

tol-l'is

qui

i,

pec-ca

mun

ta

di,

^Jg

b^-^d

44 - ^

&G
1

mi - se

n^=rH-:1=TzIz:1-TE=^=47rc

'^

\>9
*-^(5>\-

-(5^(5'-

no

re-re

Ul9
u-

bis.

ia-i-i&

A-gnus

_|_.__0
L g^

|_l

# L-^;

De-i, qui tol-lis pec

,_

ca

(^

.
r.

ta

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Pi i f_P-e:_iS^_(
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-

ffj^

t^zE^Tti4=t::

:??F^=q*p
mun

p^_q:pq=:pq=qzp:
di,

mi

se-re

re

no

bis.

A-gnus De-i, qui

tollis

pecca-ta

^ i-t2-I^r c (2_
S4^~-:^_tr :tzi<s^&-

-ez-

.2 =

^2_

;^-

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r5=

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-I

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,2

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4:-^tpt-f3t

23-

3^S
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^ p^
Fg-^1

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mun

di,

J-^.

^^

do-na no-bis

pa

do-na

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cem,

"5^
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no

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I

By

permission of Dittson Co. (from Peter's Sodality

Sisters of

Notre Dame.

Hymn

Book)

cem,

RESPONSES AT HIGH MASS.

217

Responses at High Mass.


Pr. Per omnia saecula sasculorum.

Pr. Dominus vobiscum.

men

tzmt ^

:s

<^

|g^^7^*^
:^

-^-1

priest

may

Choir responds

-<S-

" Amen.

<=2

IS

after each

p^\r-p

Pr. Dominus vobiscum.

After the Epistle.

read several
122- Si- -^Z
"prayers or "Collects," each endCH.Deogra-tias.
ing' Per omnia etc.
I

._2

=^2:

Ch. Et cum spiritu tu - o Ch.


<S
1.^

ym

The

i -^^

isz:

367

isz:

'

At the end of the Gospel.

Pr. Sequentia, etc.

Then

fol-

lows the
Veni Creif
ator,
Ch. Et

cum

m.

The

Pr.

Spiritu tu

- o.

Ch. Gloria

-^&-

-<5>-

:?:

:22_

22:

J2:

r-

Priest intones the Credo in


the Choir.

Dominus vobiscum.

Domine.CH. Laus tibi Christe there

tibi

-s>-

unum Deum which

piece

Ch. Et cum

tu-

spiritu

immediately continued by

Pr. Per omnia, etc.

Any solemn

may be

sung.

o.

is:

Spi-ri

rS>

22:

tu tu

:22:

Ch.

men

SE:
22:

Pr. Sursum Corda.

Pr. Dominus vobiscum

CH. Et cum

si

-^ ^=FrI

to

:22:

He
[ere follows the

F=l-^
-S! ^J offertoi
rtory.

_227

is

Pr. Oremus, etc.

:iJ:

:S
:2_

122:

is

be a Ser:^=F mon.

-P'-

--^

- o.

CH.Ha

-f=2.

be

mus ad

SI

Do

mi

num.
-G>-

M-ML
E^=C

RESPONSES AT HIGH MASS.

368

RESPONSES AT HIGH MASS -CONTINUED.


Pr. Gratias agamus, etc.

Then

follows the Preby the


at the end of
which the bell is rung,
and the Choir sings the
Sanctus.

chanted

face,
Priest,

num

et

turn

jus

est.

-t-

^ g#r^ii^iii:N=I^:^:

As soon as
Elevation

is

the bell

etc..

P
CH,

sounded

for the Elevation, the

Choir must be

till

--<^
-<-

3=^=

A-men. CH. Sed

m-m^ mli -

be

ra

eS=^=
nos

:^
-=

ma

lo.

-^^&*-

^"

sit

men

1221

22:

isz:

Pax Domini

Gf-

CH. A

1-

:^=t
Pr.

semper vobiscum.

Dominus vobiscum

Then is sung
Agnus Dei.

t^::

the

CH. Et cum

Spiritu tu-o

^ ^i

:22_
I

Pr. Per omnia, etc.

Pr. Dominus vobiscum,

:^
CH. A

C2.
-<S>-

men. CH. Et cum Spiritu

li^-

Pr. Ite missa

-^**-

Tt-" =2=:

the

Pr. Per omnia etc.

At the end of the Pater noster.

Pr.

silent

over, then sing the Benedictus.

Per omnia,

Pr.

is

-^--^-tu

o,

or Benedica[mus Domino.

^^

:z2iz

CH. Deo

-<s>-

est,

'm
Gra

tias.

<S

~iS22:

_22:

Eu=Tfe2=E

22:

RESPONSES AT HIGH MASS.

Missa

Ite,

Benedicamus,

Est,

369
etc.

EASTERTIME.

:S=^:
157.

De

:^==i
mis - sa est,
gra - ti - as,

te,

-=t
-^-

122
-

al - le
al - le

lu
lu

-JC

z^=gE^:g3i.^:;jgl^ rir^.

ja,
ja.

al - le
al - le

lu

ja.

lu

ja.

SOLEMN.
H

11-

!:^^.-^:

1:=l=:

4=

:s2-^

^^^-,^^.

T~~

i?T

De

W^S^:

:2:^^:^

.te.

DUPLEX.

e.

.mis-sa

est
as

.grati

B V

W^^^-Ud

^^^^

1=:

^2^^^^g^=^.
.

mis-sa est.

o.

gra

te e.

- ti- as.

^^^^^-

:2::^,

00...

V^.De

SEMIDUPLEX.
A-

z^MJc

tsiigzc^.
mis
gra

sa

cp

est.

- ti -

as.

De

Be-ne

te
- o

^^^^

1=--^-r:zt

S^

mis-sa
gra-ti

S^
m
...00
1^7.

I'sza -*i^-s2:
'^IDe

di

ca

mus

est.

as.

h-

^;

Do

mi

Be-ne-di-ca-mus
'
o

no.

^. De

gya-ti-as.

ADVENT AND LENT.

SIMPLEX.

I
157.

De

te,
-

mis
gra

sa

est.

te - as.

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

370

218

-Vilissa

pro

Dcfunctis.

INTROIT.
Sixth Tone.

^i
Re

iq zt:
-

i9-

i^s
i-a-i-r-inam

^i

iSl

ter

se

quiem
-#

1==t

gt-

ISI

(S-

n;

*.

m
Do

r:^

mi
mi-ne,
ne,

lux

et

(&-

-iS>-

fc:

1::::

per

tu-a

i>e

:t=4:

:t^=^=^
?^r
:=P

?
-<5-

I'^ne.

SOLO.
-2^

'^'Ty:

tizs:

3 g^g i
-^=^ 3 5
(S>-

Te

de

Hym-nus

cet

P
1

De

us

^^

G>

in

Si

on.

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

371

mf

TXJTTl

~^--

IS.-:

Et

Ti

bi

-(S"-

red

-de

vo

tur

r<S-

a.
-

turn...

ru

Te

sa-lem,

-'-

ist

&

^^S^-A
au

ex

in

-5
-5

^^^ _<^
.^
:<2

_J

:JfS-

d?

ra

di

ti

T-TrT
nem

me

5)

am.

rn]

->&-

KYRIE
SOLO.

TJiree times.

TUTTT.

Sixth Tone.

Three times.

f
Chri

ii^
if

i
e

ste,

v
"27

11

le

1
i

son,

27

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

372
SOLO.

Twice.

^-

=3=;^=i-

"^=4

:q:

!1

Ky

le

^i^:=:^b^
^^

-^:il^:

X-

son.

:^t :q=iq=.

t---

/TV

A-

-6^-ocr-ar

g=fc3=3=33=3=^^:1==l^

fcg=il=:1z:gi::i:
)^

o-

Ky

ri

le

son.

:i=q:
-CH#-

SEQUENCE.

/^ ^ ^ # ^
Di es
-

/1

di

rte

\2 Quantus tremor

First Tone.

:S

--1^
=l=:^=:t :i -J^_p9rjSr

4-

ziz

-s-

|P
-

est

es
fu

il
-

tur

la,

Sol

^^

vet

sa;

-^.

-j?-

-G

g-^iO- =t

^ ^^^^

^i^^*^
in
fa - vil - la, )
clum
dex
est ven-tu-rus,J

3-1!

^^

Quando Ju
-X
o

us,

=|:

-|S-

^^*
-

--X

rx

=1^^

7r

AX

^ ^^^

Da

vid

dis

stric- te

Si

byl

cus

su

(T)

Tu ba mi rum

\4

M'-irsstu- pe

la.

rus.

--X-

:^=i:

1*-

^^'

^^^-f ^^<^-t

cum

f^

bit

--X=:^Q-

II

-G

}
1

-P^-

:g 5=1^3=-^

*^^
''spar

\ et

gens so
na - tu
'-X

ra,

:^=^=z^
-G-

-0- -G-

:^.

num

Per

se

Cum

re

-I

ff|

pul-chra
sur-get

h-

-^-

f t%"
-G-

re - gi
ere - a

:1:

-G-

GGGo
tu

num,
ra,

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

373

SEQUENCE Con<inMe?.

S^
=^==^^='-J-ll-ri--^-r-M
fCo
2\ju

93:

nes

can

di

ti

-st

:P^=

h3

-f*-

-^y
tus

pro

fer

er

go

cum

se

'Xap

ti

<^3P-

par

Pt

pon

thro
su

num.

si-t:ip?^
u^ RQ

i^:

^-

*^

-O

J2

tur,

de

bit,

In

to- turn

quo
-

Quid

lat

quid

et.

::]:

-sf-

^=
-&

tur.

Un

bit.

Nil

in

T5*-

'A^=A-

1^=:::]:
-S(-

^-rfri*g

de-mun-dus

::i=S:

:=i:

ne

ult

ju

um

re

di

ce
e

man

^^-

=1-

_g_^
-s-

ra.

Si

"Cl-

Scrip

te

ill ^=:t

-1 ^t^

ber

=1=:^
^
rfe
"=W
fcon

dex

res

A=t-

.q =3=^^:

-st-

Pl

an

*^1=^^*

"si

3\6 Ju

=^=q= :=l=q-

=^

om

get....

-t-

tur.

bit

-A-=-A

P^

-oi-

I
fc:^=:i=1:

:g-^

==^=1=1

-i

-s-

-H-rd d

--1-

T i=q=^=q:

'Or

Quid sum mis-er tunc die - tur - us? Quem pa tro


'{^ Rex tre - mendse ma - jes - ta - tis. Qui sal - van
-

-f2 T

^if

-5)

^^m
^^- i^-

num

ro

dos

sal

Sl-

fCum-vix
'^ISal

va

jus

me

tur

US;
-

tis
s)

itt

^-

tus

Sit

fons

pi

fV-

-g-

J-

::^=q:

^-aa

-G-

*^

-s-

-g^-o- it;;^:

J
];=J:

ga

vas gra

m:

=^=

I-

se
e

-^

cu

rus

ta

tis.

--X

/ 9 Recorda
^userens
^\io Quae

-&-

re

me

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

374

SEQUENCE -Continued.

:i=^

-n

in:

Quod sum cau


Re dem is

e,

sus;

*-

me

per

tus

la

lu

ti,

cru

mE^.
!t=t

das.
bor.

&6t-

s-

sa

il

-O-

=1:

::i:

non

vi

a;

cem pas

e;

"\

sus;

^^^*^'='^rrr^=f

Ne
Tan

=r

le:

^'

-A-=X
--

g-

pi
las

ti

=i:

^ ^ ^'^ f

'^
su

-+

-1

di

cas

e
sus

la

sit

=1:

pit:

--jf- -&-

-sr

^__H-

r^^
rf 11 Jus -te
\i2 In ge

ju

mis

dex

ul

ti

co

tan

quam

'-^^

-(2-

-tS

:T-

--

mis
vul

SI
-

me

tus

nis

nis,

Do

us;

Cul

A^

-^

'

ru

re-\
bet J

S^

(S

'=""-#i-?^^wsrs^
An

us.

di

te

Sup

pli

em

can

^^

- ti

ra

ti

par

ce,

^;

De

nis

us

5*-

-s>-

^=1:

si-

rT

Qui

Ma

14 Pre-ces

=1:

-4

a^

J"

fac

pa

'sr

:=\-

;^ ^~-\

-g

5=5^

(9-

num

*=t

* |p^g
-

:-bg--^

re

::J=T

--X

V^'^

M^-^~$

=P1:
^-si

nt
i

h-

:^i:g^__^JJ:iz:u:gi:g:g.-^ifg=:e=ig=-g=^b
^'^'
^ir
^^^i-;f'^^'-s- ^^=g^

^ ^ I
-

ri

me

am ab

se

Jizfzfezi^

sol v

is

non sunt dig

-^^=5--

-ri

Et
Sed

tu

-1

ti,

noe;

34

la

tro

nem

ex

bo

nus

fac

au

dis

(9-

rsize:

=iK

ti,

be-nign-e,

\
>

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

Ml

SEQUENCE-Con^inMec?.

^-

z:^!^=z.^z
H-

en

-9 n
.^-rs
-6^
-g- >,>'

spam de
ere - mer

ni

:^=q:

dis

=^

-&-

=3=?==
--(9-SH
:^=

-1

fi-

cum
\ mal

prae
-

die

-z;^

sta,
tis,

-^- -c*I

-.9-

M^

-S(-

12"
lo-

-ci

o-

:1

ves.

-g.

/ 15 In

ti.

ter

\i6 Con-fu

5^I

ta
ta.tis

=g=
}

-s-

^=*

:i=^

H9-

'^

ct
^^~S~lr-te'^f-^-&^-

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-ri-

Et ab hae-dis me
Flam - mis ac - ri - bus

=1=

9^

-<9-

ig- ne.

61^

=i=itl4

::t

~s; -a-

quo que
per

-+-

Ne

375

-|2^

se

ad

quesdie

\
/

tra,

tis;

"CI
*

-^-

tu

ens

ca

me

m.
cum

:1=q:
-*i --

-^-:ilr

17

m-

ro

--(2-

sup

plex

tet

=^-5<-

--

par
be

ac

-s>-

te

ne

(*

die

tis
IS,

ram

^
me

-a-

--%-

^-

tri

turn

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H
.

:=1=^

->

I
j

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:=!:

tra.
ra.

-zt

=? *

iS^-

cu

sPdex -

con

ell

X=X

s-

t^^^=rr|

-- ii""-S^
nis.

=t

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

376

-.^^^5
fe2__(5
i8

La

cry

-J

mo

sa

4-

5^
ex..

r^

us.

g|

Qua

la,

re

f-^
fa

-<5^

"-i=^
-6--^

(5-

1?5

r^

Ju -di-can-dus

vil - la,

jzr

re

-}^-

il- -

. .

=2:

sur -get

'S?~

S^
mo

ho

^
_.

-t^

-9-

SnJ

es..

^zEi

i^
-^

di

5KI

:i:rzi

e-E

^^S

:g

HfiW^

Hu

ic

er

go

(S

IfT^

par

i^-^g

g-M

ce,

-^-W--*'-

De

us,

-i?-<5t
-<s>-

-6'-

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

^.

;i

e-

Pi

22
.

Je

su,

re

qui

Pi

em,

is

fe:

re

mi

-^

do

ne,

^
-

na

do

is

do

do

em,

na

^^^

y.

14

.J.

-J.

:22.

is

re

y.

y.
do

is

IS

=^^^^

na

qui-em

is

ZtIZ2
do

Do
Do

mi

ne.

na

Do

tzpz:

na

mi

ne

f
IS,

V-g-_/fS^na

F=^^
-^^^^:
is

#-

s3

na

M P=^

^E^^pEpEpS
do-na

do-na

fei

~<^is>-

qui

#=F

ttpg

IB
re

su.

Je

em.

qui

a=i

Do"

na

I
9

do

ne,

Do - na

'^^I^^

feEEE^d^N
f t^

miEEi

^
is:

izs::

#'

5;

pp LABBE MICHEL.

-s-

^^
IS

mi

"Do

S P^-

i
^

OFFERTORIUM.

Lento,

377

ts

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

378

?^
i

i2ii
-

re

cfui

do

em,

"

Do

is

i^^
J

do-na

ftg

-ff-

is

"-E^

E^

do-na

na

1^

rr^'

-^

do

is

mi

ne,

^
na

II
-s---

-<5?-

T22:

^P=
re
-r-

ji

em

sem

-I*

^--B

pi

zes:

sem

nam.

ter

mi^

ter

pi

SANCTUS.
Eighth Tone.

TVTTt,

i ^^

o
Sanc

^i^

tus,....

Z2_

=E^

"2=^

-&

Sane

Sane

tus,

tus,

Z2:

p=z?2-r=

i
Do

mi-nus

?2:

5dz

zlz^2Z

ba

oth.

Pie

g^

iS*

f^ii

ISZ

t5^
Sa

us

^fS

:t=:

r^

De

sunt

ni

=^p ^
-^

ceo

11

v^

ef

z:ii

^-'-j.'^"^

ter

ra

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

BENEDICTUS. SOLO.

Soprano.

^
fj

379

i
^^^^gl

=iifei

P
Be

ne

die

tus

ve

qui

no

in

nit

22:'

vt^

^^

"2SJ"

'-^

>&

AGNUS

mi

Do

ne

mi

ni,

DEI.
Eighth Tone.

3
<9

<S

(5>-

<Sl

&Ag

De

nus

l<5-

do

na

3^

gi
-

(2

is

tol

qui

\,

fS

^SEE^:

<

d-

-i2Z

<g

^^

-s^
lis

pec

:^
'zy
ca

-z?

-(52-(Si-

:f

--

5^:

~sr

2?-

Ag-nus De

re-qui-em,

-S*-

qui

i,

0(^-

W- m

ca

ta mun-di,

^=w:r^5:

1^^^^=^
/

do-na

di,

-G>-

-^3=^
-_^&^
-2?-

tol

lis

^^JS?"

pec-

-<S^

-(5^

(5I-!

"fc

g:

-i2_
-<5>

IS

|i

mun

ta

-(5^

ii

(T

-<5h

is

re-qui-em

^P3

^-25*-

-25I-

5=3

-z?-

sem-pi-ter

^^

-?-

nam.
-iS-

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS.

380

COMMUNION.

r=3

Eighth Tone

^m

Lux

,g

#-

na

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RULES FOR BRANCH SODALITIES.


The

object of the Sodality

Mary
Branch

is

to

promote devotions

Sodalities should be affiliated

to the Blessed Virgin

with the Sodality

Roman

of the

The governing body of each branch should consist of a Father Director, a


with a Council of six or
President, Secretary and two Assistants, together
Other officers may be appointed by this body.
twelve.
The Sodality should have regular meetings for religious exercises, and
should also recite at such meetings, at least, the "Little Office of the Immaculate Conception."

.^

]Members should receive Holy Communion once a month, and also upon

the principal festivals of the year.


,
i ,
i
Members who absent themselves from regular meetings should explain
their absence to the Prefect.
Members should all contribute towards paying any necessary expenses incurred bv the Sodality.
,
,
, i
^
^ xi,
to attend the
Sodalists should visit at their homes members who are unable
and
be
offered
should
mass
special prayers
meetings through sickness, and a
said for the repose of any deceased member's soul.
,
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,
t^
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.
or Prefect,
Director
Father
the
to
Candidates for admission should apply
of
a
as
month
probation.
period
and postulants should spend at least one
in the manner
Election of officers should be held annually, and conducted
discretion,
in
his
who may,
reject any
prescribed by the Father Director,

i.i.

appointment.
NoTE.-The rules

officers and memfor the government of Sodalities and the conduct of


of Sodalists. may be found in
list of the indulgences within the reach
" Manual for the Children
in
the
or
Manual of the Sodality," (Benziger Bros.)

hprs toa-ether with the

Sufthe''
of

Mary," (John Chisholm, Edinburgh).

The Hymn.
For translation,

"Veni Creator," is said or simg.See page 59.


"Come, Holy Ghost, Creator Blest," page 287.

see

V. Emitte Spiritum Tuum et creabuntur


R. Et renovabis faciem terrae.

V. Send forth Thy Spirit and they


shall be created.
renew the
R- And Thou shalt
face of the earth.
Let us Pray.

Oremus.
qui corda

fidelium

Sancti

DEUS,
Spiritus

illustratione docuisti, da
nobis in eodem Spiritu recta sapere

de ejus semper consolatione gaudere.


Dominum
Christum
Per Jesum
nostrum. Amen.

et

/^
V^

GOD, who by

the light of the

Holy Ghost hast instructed the


hearts of

through the
relish

rejoice

what
in

is

Thy

faithful,

His consolations

Jesus Christ our Lord.

{Here follows the Exhortation.)


[384)
.

grant

us,

same Holy Spirit,


right, and evermore

to
to

through

Amen.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


The

385

Blessing of the Medals.

V. Adjutorium nostrum in nomine


Domini,
R, Qui fecit ccelum et terram.
V. Domineexaudiorationem meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat.
V. Dominus vobiscum.
R. Et cum spiritutuo.

V. Our help is in the name of the


Lord.
R. who made heaven and earth.
V. O Lord hear my prayer.
R. And let my supplication coma
unto Thee.
V. The Lord be with you.
R. And with thy spirit.

Oremus.

Let us Pray.

sempiterne Deu8,qui

sanctorum tuorum imagines (sive


OMNIPOTENS

and eternal God, who

hast permitted the images of Thy


ALMIGHTY

effigies)sculpiautpingi non reprobas,ut quoties illas oculis corporis intuemwr, toties eorum actus et sanctitatem

saints to be sculptured or painted ;


in order that beholding them every day

ad imitandum memorise oculis meditemur has qusesumus, imagines in

their actions and sanctity, we


led to imitate their virtues,
deign to bless and sanctify these medals which have been made in honour
and commemoration of the most
Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of our
Lord Jesus Christ and grant that

et memoriam beatissimse
Virginis Marise, Matris Domini nostri
Jesu Christi adaptatas bene i< dicere
et sancti'i' ficare digneris, et prsesta, ut

honorem

quicumque coram illis beatissimam


Virginem suppliciter colere et honorare studuerit, illius meritis et obtentu,
a te gratiam in prsesenti et seternam
Per
gloriam obtineat in futurum.

Christum
R.

Dominum nostrum.

Amen.
Here

Each

with our corporal eyes, and meditating

upon

may be

whoever humbly invokes the Blessed

may obtain
Virgin before them^
through her merits, grace in this present life and eternal glory in the life
to come.
R. Amen.

the Medals, are sprinkled with

Holy Water.

Candidate, holding a lighted candle in the hand, here recites the Act
Consecration in a clear and audible voice.

oj

Act of Consecration.
Mother

and Virgin,

I, N. N cheosethee this day for


Advocate, and I firmlv resolve and
purpose never to abandon thee, and never to say or do anything against thee
nor allow anything to be done against thy honour by those subject to me
I,
beseech thee, therefore, receive me as thy servant for ever, assist me in all my
Amen.
actions, and abandon me not at the hour of death.

of

Mary,
God,
HOLY
my Queen, my Patroness, and

my

When

the

Act of Consecration has been


already blessed,

Celebrant.

Accipe

B.V.M. ad

to

signum Congre-

corporis et animae
ut div'nse bonitatis
defensionem,
et ope Beatissimre Virginis
gratia,
Marise Matris tufe, aeternam beatitudinem consequi merearis in nomine
Patris 41 et Filii et Spiritus Sancti.
gationis

Amen.

recited, the Celebrant gives .a

each Candidate, saying


Celebrant.

medal,

Receive

this

medal

of

the Blessed Virgin Mary as a safeguard and defence for your body and
soul, that, by the grace of the Divine
goodness, and the assistance of Mary
your Mother, you may deserve to
obtain eternal happiness in the Name
of the Father "i* and of the Son and oi'
the Holy Ghost. Amen.
;

THE SODALITY OF THE

386

Tlien he adds, turning towards the neiv

AD

majoremDei

gloriara, in

laudem

beatissimse

Virginia Mariae, in
hujus Congregationis
bonum etexpotestate asuuiino Pontificeniihi delata ego pro
tempore hujus
Congregationis Praeses vos in numerum Sodalium nostrae Congregationis
Bub titulo Immaculatae Concept! unis
B. V. M. erectae suscipio, et participes
reddo et declare omnium gratiarum et
fructuum, privilegiorum et iudulgentiarum, quae sancta Romana Ecclesi*
ipsi primariae Congregationi Romanjip,
cui haec nostra canonice aggregata est,
concessit
In nomine Patris ^ et
Bpirituale

Filii et Spiritns Sancti.

Amen.

vos Christus in numer-

Memhers.
the greater glory of God, anri to
the honour of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, and for the spiritual good of
this Congregation, and by the power
granted me by our most Holy Father
the Pope, ! Director for the time being
of this Congregation, receive you into
the number of the members of our
Congregation, erected under the title
of the Immaculate Conception, and
render you sharers and partakers of all
the graces and fruits, priAaleges, and
indulgences which the Holy- Roman
Church has granted to the Priinary
Sodality at Rome to which ours has
been canonically affiliated
In the
name of the Father (j< and of the Son
and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.

TO

SUSCIPIAT
uni confratrum nostrorum et suorum famulorum. Concedat vobis

Christ
MAY
number

tem pus bene vivendi locum bene agendi


constantiam, bene perseverandi, et ad
aeternae vitae haereditatem feliciter
perveniendi et eicut nos hodie frater-

servants. ^May He give you grace


to lead a holy life, opportunity to do
good and constancy to persevere therein, that you may arrive happily at the
inheritance of life eternal. And as
fraternal charity unites us this day

nacaritas spiritualiter jungit in terris


ita
divina pietas, quae dilectionis
est auctrix, et amatrix, nos cum fidelibus conjungere dignetur in ccelis. Per
eundem Christum JDominum nostrvmi.

Amen.
V. Confirma hoc Deue, quod operatus es in nobis.
R. A templo sancte tuo, quod est in
Jerusalem.
V. Salvos fac famulos tuos, {or famu-

receive you into the


of our brethren and His

on

may the Divine


the author and lover
of charity, vouchsafe to admit us
among the saints in heaven. Through
the same Christ our Lord. Amen.
V. Confirm, O Lord, what thou
bast wrought in us.
R. Even in thy holy temple which
is in Jerusalem.
V. Save thy servants.
spiritually

goodness,

earth,

who

is

Who hope in thee, my God.


V. Send them help from thy holy

R.

lus tuas).

mens eperantes in te.


V. Mitte eia Domine auxilimn de
R. Deus

Sancto.
R. Et de Sion tuere eos, {or ess).

V. Domine,
exaudi
orationem
meam.
R. Et clamor meus ad de veiiiat.
V. Dominus vobiscum.
R. Et cum spiritu tuo.

place.

R.

And

from Sion protect them.

V. Lord hear

And

R.
V.

K.

come

The Lord be with you.

And with thy

spirit.

Let us pray.

Oremus.

Domine

my prayer.
my supplication

let

onto Thee.

supplicationib';"-:

Lord, our supplications

nostris et hos famulos tuos quo8(C';


ADESTO
and deign to bless these
HEAR,

has famulas tuas quas) Congregutioni, B. V.M., aggregavimus benedicsre dignare, et pra^sta, ut statuta
nostra perauxiliumgratia^ tuse, sancte,
vivehdo valeant
pie et
religiose
observare, et observando vitam jmo-

mere sempiternam

per

Christum

vantfi wiiom
iiie

Thy seiwe have received into

Congregation of the most Blessed

Virgin
aid of

Mary and grant that by the


Thy grace they may observe
;

living holily

and piously,

and may by observing

thr^m, merit

our

rules,

eternal

life.

Amea.

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.


The Ceremony concludes with the

"

387

10,

Magnificat," {page

" Te
Deum,"

or the

{page 325).

V. Benedictus es, Domine, Deus pat-

rum nostrorum.

V. Blessed are Thou, O Lord, the


of our fathers.
R. And worthy to be praised and

God

R. Et laudabilis et gloriousus in secula.

glorified forever.

V. Benedicamus Patrem, et Filium,


cum Sancto Spiritu.
R. Laudemus et euperexaltemus

V. Let us bless the Father and the


Son, with the Holy Ghost.
R. Let us praise and magnify Him
forever.
V. Blessed art Thou, O Lord, in the
firmament of heaven.
R. And worthy to be praised glorious, and exalted forever.
V. Bless the Lord, O my soul
R. And forget not all His benefits

Eum

in ssecula.

V. Benedictus

es,

firmamento coeli.
R. Et laudabilis,

Domine Deus,

in

et gloriousus, et

superexaltatus in ssecula.
V. Benedic, anima mea. Domino.
R. Et noli oblivisci omnee retribu-

tiones Ejus.

orationem

exaudi

V. Domine,

meam.

V.

R.

And

Lord, hear my prayer.


let my cry come unto Thee.

V. The Lord be with you.

R. Et clamor meuaad te veniat.


R. Dominus vobiscum.
R. Et cum spiritu tuo.

And

R.

with thy

Spirit.

Let us pray.

Oremus.
cujus misericordise

non

est

whose mercies are without

DEUS,
numerus, et bonitatis infinitus est

OGOD,
number, and the treasure of whose

thesaurus, piissimse Majestati tuae

goodness is infinite we render


thanks to Thy most gracious Majesty,
for the gifts Thou hast bestowed upon
us, ever more beseeching Thy clem-

pro collatis donis gratias agimus, tuani


exorantes ut
Liemper clementiam,
qui petentibus postulata concedis,
eosdem non deserans,ad prsemia futura
:

disponas.

Deus,
Spiritus
nobis in

qui

corda

that as Thou grantest the petitions of those that ask Thee, Thou
will never forsake them, but wilt prepare them for the rewards to come.

ency,

fidelium Sancti

illustratione

docuisti

da

eodem

Spiritu recta sapere,


et de ejus semper consolatione gaudere.

God,

who

by the light of the Holy


Spirit
grant us, by the same Spirit,
to relish what is right, and evermore
:

to rejoice in

neminem

in te sperantem
nimium affligi permittis, sed pium
precibus preestas auditum pro postulationibus nostris, votisque susceptis
gratias agimus, te piissime deprecantes,
ut a cunctis semper muniamur adversis.

Deus, qui

Per Christum

R.

Amen.

Dominum

nostrum.

hast taught the hearts

of the faithful

God,

Thee

His consolation.

who Bufferest none that hope

be afflicted above their


but dost afford a gracious
their prayers
we render
Thee thanks that Thou hast heard
our supplications and vows and we
most humbly beseech Thee, that we
may ever more be protected from all
adversities. Through Christ our Lord.
in

to

strength,
ear unto

R. Amen.

Reception of Aspirants.
If there are any Aspirants to be received, they
maka aloud the following Act of Consecration
:

now advance to the altar, and

THE SODALITY OF THE

388

Act of Consecration.

Holy Virgin Mary, Mother of my God, I though unworthy to be thy


by thy exceeding tenderness, and by the desire

MOST
servant, moved nevertheless

choose thee this day, in thepresenceof my Angel Guardian

of serving thee

andof the whole court of Heaven, for my special Mistress, Advocate, and Mother
and I firmly resolve to serve thee always, and to do all in my power to gain others
also to thy service.
Therefore, I beseech thee, most tender of mothers, by the
blood of thy Son shed for me, that thou wouldst receive me into the number of
thy devoted clients. Assist me in all my undertakings, and obtain for me the
grace so to rule all my thoughts, words, and works, that I may liever be dis;

pleasing in thy sight, nor in the sight of thy divine Son.

Pkayers to be Recited at the Meetings.


(Taken from the "Precisolite a

reci tarsi nella

Congregazione Prima Primarla," Roma,

1823.)

Before the Exhortation.

OME, Holy Ghost, replenish the hearts of


the fire of Thy love.

V. Send forth
R.

And Thou

Thy

Spirit,

Thy

faithful,

and enkindle in them

Lord, and they shall be created.


face of the earth.

renew the

shalt

Let us pray.

who by the

light of the

Holy Ghost hast instructed the hearts

OGOD,
faithful, grant us through the same Holy Spirit, to relish what
evermore

to rejoice in

is

of

Thy

right,

and

His consolations, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.
Here part of the

Office

of the Immaculate Conception\is recited {seepage v'd.\


which an Exhortation is given.

after

After (he Exhortation.

V. Confirm, O Lord, what Thou hast wrought in us.


R. From Thy holy temple which is in Jerusalem.
Let us pray.
the aid of Thy grace, that acknowleding
Thee as the author of all good, we may, by Thy assistance, accomplish all
that Thou commandest through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

RANT us, we beseech Thee, O Lord,


;

V. Be mindful of Thy Association


R. Which has been Thine from the
beginning.
V. Let us pray for our benefactors.
R. Reward, O Lord, with eternal life,
all those who have done us good for Thy

Namesake.
V. Let us pray for our deceased brethren.
R. Grant them, O Lord, eternal rest,
and let perpetual light shine upon them

V. May they rest in peace.


R. Amen
V. For our absent brethren
R. Save Thy servants who trust in
Thee, O my God.
V. Send them help,
Lord, from
.

Thy holy place.


R. And from Sion

protect them,
V. Lord, hear my praj^er.
R. And let my supplication come un-

to

Thee

Let us pray.
OLord, we pray Thee, in Thy pity, the bonds of our sins, and by the
LOOSEN,
intercession of the Blessed Mary, ever Virgin, Mother of God, the blessed
Apostles Peter and Paul, and all the saints, keep us. Thy servants, and our
abodes in all hoiineBs cleanse ue, our relations, kinsfolk, and acquaintances, from
;

BLESSED VIRGIN MAKY.


adorn us with

389

virtue grant to us peace and health drive


far off all our euemies, visible and invisible
bridle our appetites
grant us
healthful seasons show forth Thy love towards our freinds and our enemies
guard Thy holy city preserve our Sovereign Pontiff [iV.], and defend all our
Let Thy
prelates, princes, and all Thy Christian people from all adversity.
blessing be ever upon us, and grant to all the faithful departed eternal rest
through Christ our Lord. Amen.
all

stain of sin

all

Prayer for a Sick Member.

O ALMIGHTY,

everlasting God, the eternal salvation of them that believe,


hear us in behalf of Thy servant who is sick, for whom we implore the
aid of thy mercy, that, being restored to health, he (or she) may render
thanks to thee in Thy Church. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

For a Deceased Member.

The Psalm, De

Prqfundis.

[For Latin, see page 56.)

IJT of the depths have I cried unto


Lord Lord hear my
Thee,
:

voice.
2.

Let tliine ear be attentive

my

voice of
3.

supplication.
If Thou, O Lord, wilt

iquities

Lord,

who

to

the

6.

From

until night

the morning watch even


let Israel hope in the
;

Lord.
7. Because with the Lord there is
mercy and with Him is plenteous re;

mark

shall abide

in-

it ?

For with Thee there is merciful


forgiveness and by reason of Thy law
I have waited for thee, O Lord.
5. My soul hath relied on His word
my soul hath hoped in the Lord.
4.

demption.
8. And he shall redeem Israel from
all his iniquities.

9. Eternal
rest give to them, O
Lord, and let perpetual light shine
upon them.
Glory be to the Father, etc.

the Creator and Redeemer of all the faithful, grant to the souls of
the remission of all their sins, that through pious
supplications they may obtain that pardon they have always desired
through Christ our Lord. Amen.

OGOD,
Thy servants departed,

May

they rest in peace:

Amen.

ffitttk ffir?

0f

Smmantlat^

fflonr?jxttott.

AT MATINS
mea

EJA,
Laudes

labia,

et

nunc annuntiate
Virginia

praeconia

The
COME,

adjutonum meura

V.
me.

R. Me de manu hostium potenter


defende.
V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia.

R.

"V.

my lips,

and wide proclaim.

blessed

Virgin's

epotlese

fame.

beatse.

in

Domina,

intende.

Lady, make speed to befriend

From

the hands of the enemy


mightly defend me.
V. Glory be to the Father, etc.
*

Alleluia.

From Septuagesima
tibi,

LAIJS
glorise.

to Easter, instead

Domine, Rex

setemte

of

" Alleluia"

DRAISE
1

mundi Domina,

Lord, King

heavens

of the

Queen

HAIL,
Hail,

Regina
Salve, Virgo virginum,

I\Iistress of

earth

Hail, Virgin most pure,


Of Immaculate birth

Stella matutina.

Clear Star of the Morning,


In beauty enshrined

Salve, plena gratia,

Clara luce divina


Mundi in auxilium,
:

festina.

Ab seterno Dominus

Lady, make speed


To the help of mankind.

Thee, God, in the depth


Of eternity, chose
And formed" Thee all fair
As His glorious Spouse.

praeordinavit

Matrem

Ilytnn.

Coelorum
SALVE,

Te

said:

of everlasting glory.

HYMNUS.

Domina,

is

be to Thee,

Unigeniti

Verbi, quo creavit.

Terram, pontum, pethera


Te pulchram ornavit
Sibi Sponsam, quae in

And

called

Thee His Word's

Own Mother to be,


By whom he created

Adam non peccavit.

The

and

earth, sky,

sea.

Amen.

Amen.
V. God elected her, and pre-elected

V. Elegit earn Deus, et prteelegit


earn.

her.

R. In tabernaculo suo habitare fecit


eam.
V. Domina, exaudi orationem meam,
R. Et clamor mens ad te veniat.

R.

He made

V.
R.

Lady, hear

And

Oremua.
Maria,

SANCTA
um, Mater

Regina

her to dwell in his

tabernacle.
let

my

my

cry

prayer.

come mito

thee.

Let us pray.
coelor-

Domini nostri Jesu


Christi, et mundi Domina, qme
nullum derelinquis, et nullum deselepicis ;
respice me, Domina,

of

Queen

Mary,
heavv.n,
Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ,
HOLY

and

who
pisest

[390]

Mistress
forsakest
no

no

one

the

of

look

world,

and Jesupon me, O

one

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION.
menter oculis pietatis, et impetra
mihi apud tuum dilectum Filium cunctorum veniam peccatorum
ut qui
nunc tuam sanctam et Immaculatam
Conceptionem devoto affectu recolo,
feternse in futurum beatitudinis brav;

ium capiam,
:

quern Virgo peper-

ipso,

donante,
Christo
qui

isti,

Domino nostro Jesu


cum Patre et Sancto

Spiritu vivitet regnat, in Trinitate


perfecta Deus in seecula saeculorum .

Amen.
V. Domina exaudi orationem meam
R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat
V. Benedicamus Domino

.391

Lady, with an eye of pity, and entreat


for me, of thy beloved Son, the forgive-

ness of all my sins that as I now celebrate with devout affection thy holy and

Immaculate Conception,

so hereafter,
recive the prize eternal blessedness, by the grace of Him whom thou,
in virginity, didst bring forth, JeeiLS
Christ our Lord who with the Father
and the Holy Ghost, liveth and reignI,

may

ethin perfect Trinity, God, world with


out end.
Amen.
V.
Lady, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto thee
V. Let us bless the Lord.
R. Thanks be to God
V. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest
.

R. Deo gratias.
animae per miseriV. Fidelium
cordiam Dei requiescant in pace.
E. Amen-

V.

in peace.
R. Amen

AT PRIME.
V. O
Domina, in adjutorium meum in-

tende.
R. Me de manu hostinm potenter
defende.
Alleluia.
V. Gloria Patri, etc
.

Lady,

make speed

to befriend

me.

R. From the hands of the


mightily defend me
V. Glory be to the Father, etc.

enemy

Alle-

luia.

HYMNUS

HYMN.

Virgo sapiens,

Domus Deo
SALVE,

Virgin most wise !


Deity's shrine
With seven fair pillars,
And table divine

dicata,

HAIL,
Hail,

Columna septemplici
Mensaque exornata.

Ab omni

contagio
Mundi praeservata
Ante sancta in utero
Parentis, quam nata.

Preserved from the guilt


Which hath come on us all
Exempt, in the womb.
From the taint of the fall

Tu, Mater viventium,


Et porta es Sanctorum

new Star of Jacob


Of Angels the Queen

Nova

Zabulo

O gate of the Saints


O Mother of men

terribilis

terrible as

V. Ipse

Christianorum
creavit

illam

Amen

in

Spiritu

sua.

V. Domina exaudi,
Oratione ut supra

etc.
)

The embattled array


Be thou of the faithful
The refuge and stay. Amen
!

Sancto
R. Et effudit illam inter omnia opera

cum

Acies castrorum
Portup et refugium
Sis

!|

Stella Jacob,

Donaina Angelorum

{page 390,

V. The Lord Himself created her in


the Holy Ghost.
R. And poured her out among all
His works.
V. O Lady, hear, etc. {with the Prayer
and Versicles, as on page, 390)

THE

LITTLE OFFICE OF

392

V. Domina, in adjutoriuni
tende.
R. Me de

AT TIERCE.
meum inV. O

Lady, make speed to befrieiid

me.

manu hostium

defende.
V. Gloria Patri,

potenter

Alleluia.

etc.

R. From the hands of the enemy


mightily defend me.
V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alleluia.

Hymnus.

Hymn.

area fcederis,
Thronus Salomonis,
SALVE,

HAIL,
Pure ark of the law

Arcus pulcher

Rubus

visionis

Solomon's throne
Fair rainbow and bush,
the Patriarch saw

ajtheris,

Which

Virga frondene germinis


Vellus Gedeonis
Porta clausa numinis,
Favusque Sampsonis.

Hail, Gideon's fleece


Hail, blossoming road

Sampson's sweet honevcomb

God

Portal of

Decebat tarn nobilem

Labe Matris Evse

Well fitting it was.


That a Son so divine.
Should preserve from all touch
Of original sin

Almam, quam

Nor

Natum, prsecavere

Ab

orignali

elegerat,

Genitricem vere,

suffer

by

smallest

Defect to be stained.
That Mother, whom He
For Himself had ordained.

NuUi prorBus sinens


Amen.
Culpje subjacere.

Amen.
V. Ego in

altissimis habito,

R. Et thronus meus in columna nubis.

V. I dwell in the highest,


R. And my throne is on the pillar
of the clouds.
V. O Lady hear, etc.
117/7) the
Prayer and Versicles, as on page S90).
(

V. Domina, exaudi,

cum

etc.

{page 390,

Oratione ut supra.)

Y. Domina, in adjutorium

AT SEXT.
meum inV. O
me.

tende.

R. Me de
defende

manu hostium

potenter

Lady,

make speed

to befriend

R. From the hands of the enemy


mightily defend me.
V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alleluia.

Gloria Patri,

etc.

Alleluia.

Hymn.

Hymnus.
Virgo puerpera,

SALVE,
Templum

Trinitatis,

Angelorum gaudium,
Cella puritatis

Solamen moerentium,
Hortus voluptatis
Palma patientife,
:

Cedrufi castitatis.

virginal ^Mother
purity's cell

HAIL,
Hail,

Fair shrine where


Trinity
Loveth to dwell.

th^

Hail, garden of pleasure


Celestial balm !

Cedar of chastity
Martyrdom's palm

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Et

sacerdotalis,

Culpse originalis.

Thou city of God


Thou gate of the

Civitae altissimi,

Porta orientalis
In te est omnis gratia,
Virgo singularis. Amen.
:

In thee

V. Sicut lilium inter spinas,


R. Sic Arnica mea inter filias Adse.
V. Domina, exaudi,

And free from the curse


Which in Adam began

Sancta et immunis

cum

393

Thou land set apart


From uses profane

Terra es benedicta

etc., (page 390,

Oratione ut supra. )

east

is all

grace
joy of the blest

V. As the lily among the thorns.


R. So is my beloved among the
daughters of Adam.
V. O Lady, hear, etc. ( With the
Prayer and Ver sides, as on page 390).

AT NONE.
V. Domina, in adjutoriummeum

make speed

tende.

V.
me.

R. Me de manu hostiura potenter defende.


V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia.

R. From the hands of the enemy


mightly defend me
V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle-

in-

Lady,

to befriend

luia

Hymnus.

Hymn.

urbs refugii,
SALVE,
Turrisque munita
David, propugnaculis

HAIL,
Hail,

Armisque

And

city of refuge

With

insignita.

In Conceptione
Est a te contrita.

mulier

Et

O Woman most valiant


O Judith thrice blessed

fortis,

Judith
Pulchra Abisag virgo,
Verum fovens David
in picta

As David was nursed


In

fair

Abisag' s breast.

Rachel curatorem

As the Saviour

.^gypti gestavit
Salvatorem mundi

Rachel's knee
So the world' s great Redeemer
Was cherished by thee. Amen

Amen.

Maria portavit.

V. Tota pulchra es amic mea,


R. Et macula originalis
fuit in te.
V. Domina, exaudi, etc.
Oratione ut supra.

of

Egypt

Upon

cum

girded with power

Filled at thy Conception


With love and with light
The dragon by thee
Was shorn of his might.

Charitate ignita,
Draconis potestas

David'8,high tower!
battlements crowned

numuqam

V. Thou art
R.

And the

all fair,

my

beloved.

original stain

was never

in thee.

{page 390,

V. O Lady, hear, etc. {urith the


Prayer and Versicles, as on page 390).

AT VESPERS.
V. Domina, in adjutorium

meum in-

tende.
R. Me de manu hostium potenter
defende.
V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia.

V.
me.

O Lady, make

speed to befriend

R. From the hands of the enemy


mightily defend me.
V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alleluia.

IMMACULATE COXCEPTIO^T.

394

HYMN us.

HYMN.

horoloffium,

dial of

SALVE,
Quo retrogradiatur
Sol in deoein lineia

Verbum

Ad pumma

Told backward the course


old he had run

incarnatur.

Homo ut ab

Achaz

HAIL,
On thee the true sun
Which from
And, that

inferis

man might be raised.

Submitting to shame,
A little more low
Than the Angels became.

attollatnr,

Immensus ab Angelis
Paulo minoratur.

Thou, wrapt in the blaze


Of His infinite light,
Dost shine as the morn

Sol is hujue radiis


Maria coruscat
;

Consurgens aurora
In conceptu micat.

On

Lilium inter spinas.


Quae serpentis conterat
Caput pulchra ut luna
Errantes collustrat.

As the moon on the lost


Through obscurity dawns
The serpent's destroyer
A lily' mid thorns.
Amen.

the confines of night.

Amen.

V. Ego feci in ccelis, ut oriretur


lumen indeficiens.
R. Et quasi nebula texi omnem

V. I made an unfailing light to arise


in heaven.
R. And as a mist I overspread the

terram
V. Domina, exaudi,

whole earth

cum

etc.

{vage

vii.,

Oratione ut supra.)

er

V O

Lady, hear,

and

Versicles, as at

etc.

{with the Prayvii.

page

AT COMPLINE.
V. Convertat nos, Domina, tuis preci.
bus placatus Jesus Christus Filius tuus
R. Et avertat iram suam a nobis.
V. Domina, in adjutorium meiim intende.
R. Me de raanu hostium potenter de
fende.
V^. Gloria Patri, ete.
Alleluia.

V.

May Jesus

Christ thy Son, reconLady, convert

ciled by thy prayers,


our hearts.

R.
V.

And turn away His anger from us.


Lady, make speed to befriend

me.
R. From the hands of the enemy
mightily defend me.
V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Al*
leluia.

HYMN us.
HYMN.
Virgo florene,

SALVE,
Mater illibata,

Regina clementiae,
Stellis coronata.

Mother most pure


HAIL,
Hail, Virgin renowned
Hail, Queen with the start
As a diadem crowned
!

Super omnes Angelos


Pura imma( ulata,
Atque ad regis dexteram
Stans veste deaurata.

Above

all

the Angels

In glory untold,
Standing next to the King
In a vesture of gold
!

Per

te.

Mater gratiae,

Dulcisspes reorum,
Fulgens stella maris,
Portus naufragorum.

Mother

of mercy !
O Star of the wave
hope of the guilty
light of the grave.
!

OFFICE OF THE HMMACQLATE CONCEPTION.


Patens cceli janua,
Salus inflrmorum,

Videamus Kegem

In aula Sanctorum.

395

Through thee may we come


To the haven of rest
And see heaven's King
In the courts of the blest

Amen.

Amen.
V. Oleum effusum, Maria,

nomen

V. Thy name,
poured out.

liuum.
R. Servi tui dilexerunt te nimis,

V. Domina, exaudi,

cum

Oratione ut supra.

R.

Thy

Mary,

{pagevn.,

as oil

servants have loved thee ex'i^

ceedingly,

etc.

ia

V. O "Lady, hear, etc. ( With


prayer and versicles, as on page vii.)

the

THE COMMENDATION.

"HESE

offerimua

SUPl'LICES
Tibi, Virgo

pia,

Haec laudum prseconia


Fac nos ut in via.
Ducas cursu prospero,
Et in agonia

Tu

nobis

Deo

thy

Virgin

and prayers

feet,

of" virgins

Mary most sweet


Be thou my true guide
!

Through

And

assiste,

O dulcis Maria.
R.

praises

I lay at

When

this pilgrimage here,


stand by my side
death draweth near.

Thanks be

gratias.

to

God.

J^raijprB for (HonttsBlvin.

Beforb Confession.
merciful God, I most humbly thank Thee for all Thy mercies unto
particularly at this 'time, for Thy forbearance and long
suffering with me, notwithstanding
many and grievous sins. It is of
Thy great mercy that I have not fallen into greater and more grievous sins than
those which I have committed, and that I have not been cut off and cast into

me and,
OMOvST
;

my

hell.

O my

I have been so ungrateful to Thee in times


past, yet
beseech Thee to accept me, returning to Thee with an earnest desire to
to
and
to
devote
Lord
and my God, and to praise Thy
repent,
myself
Thee, my
holy Name for ever.
Grant me, I beseech Thee, perfect contrition for my sine, that I may detest
them with the deepest sorrow of heart. Send forth Thy light into my soul, and
discover to me all those sins which I ought to confess at this time. Assist me by
Thy grace, that I may be able to declare them to the priest, fully, humbly, and
with a contrite heart, and so obtain perfect remission of them all through Thine
infinite goodness.
Amen.
gracious Virgin Mary, beloved Mother of Jesus Christ my Redeemer,
intercede for me with him.
Obtain for me the full remission of my sins,
and perfect amendment of life, to the salvation of my soul, and the glory

now

God, although

OMOST

of

His Name.

Examination of Conscibnce.

How long
Did you keep back any sin in
your last confession ? Did you say your penance ? Did you go to Holy Commor
union without preparing yourself,
after having broken your fast ?
Have you
always said your morning and night prayers ? Did you say them badly ? Have
?
Did
you stay away from Mass on Sundays or Holidays
you used bad words
through your own fault ? Did you laugh or talk in Church ? Have you been
to
disobedient
your parents or superiors ? Have you called them names ? or
grumbled at them ? or struck them ? Have you been angry or in a passion ?
or sulky ? Have you quarrelled ? or fought ? or struck anyone ? Have you
borne malice to anyone ? Have you done anything wrong by thought, word,
or deed against purity or modesty ? Have you got others to do wrong ? Have
you stolen anything ? or done any wilful damage ? or kept that to which you
had no right ? Have you told lies ? Have you told lies against anyone ? Have
you injured your neighbor' s characters by speaking ill of him without any
reason ? Have you eaten meat on Fridays or other days on which it is forbidden? Have you been proud or vain of yourself? or despised others? Have you
been discontented ? Have you committed sin by eating or drinking too much?
Have you wasted your money in drink ? or frequented public houses ? or
gone with bad company ? Have you been jealous of others Have you been
idle or slothful ?
Have you done anything else you ought to confess ?
is it

since your last confession ?

For

those

who are

in the

Employment of

Others.

disrespectful to your employers ? Have you wasted or wildamaged their goods ? or allowed others to do so ? Have you stolen from
them or given their things away without leave ? Have you been idle or careor not done what you were told to do ? Have you read
less at your work ?
other people's letters ? Have you gossiped about the private affairs of your

Have you been

fuly

employers

[396]

PRAYERS FOR CONFESSION.

397

He made you and gave you your soul ana body, and
you liave. He is also very holy and just and He hates ein.
He made heaven for good people, and hell for the wicked. He loves you very
much. He was made man for you, and died upon the Cross, with great nails
in His Hands and Feet, and a crown of thorns upon His Head, to help you to be
good, and to get to Heaven. And when you sin, you offend this good God Who
loves vou so much.
iry now to be very sorry for your sins, and make up yur mind not to sin any more.
God

is

everything

very good

tiiat

Acts of Contrition.
Jesus Christ, lover of our souls, who, for the great love wherewith
us, wouldst not the death of a sinner, but rather that he
should be converted and live I grieve from the bottom of my heart that
I have offended Thee my most loving Father and Redeemer, unto whom all sin
Who hast so loved me that Thou didst shed Thy Blood
is infinitely displeasing
O my God
lor me and endure the bitter torments of a most cruel death.
O infinite Goodness would that I had never offended Thee. Pardon me,
Lord Jesus, most humbly imploring Thy mercy. Have pity upon a sinner
lor wnom Thy Blood pleads before the face of the Father.
O merciful and forgiving Lord, for the love of Thee I forgive all who have
ever ottended me. I firmly resolve to forsake and flee from sins, and to avoid
the occasions of them and to confess, in bitterness of spirit, all those sins
which I have committed against Thy divine goodness, and to love Thee, O my
God, for Thine own sake, above all things and for ever. Grant me grace so to
do. O most gracious Lord Jesus,
O my God I am very sorry that I have offended Thee, because Thou art
and I will not sin again.
eo good
My Lord and my God, I sincerely acknowledge myself a vile and wretched

Thou hast loved


OLORD

smner, unworthy to appear in


and save me.

Most loving Father,


1

am unworthy

may
help
fulfil

I
to be called

Thy

presence

but do

Thou have mercy on me,

have sinned against Heaven and before Thee, and


Thy child make me as one of Thy servants, and
;

be ever faithful to Thee. I am now resolved, with the


be more watchful over myself, to amend my faults and
Look down on me with the eyes of mercy, O God, and blot out

I for the future


of Thy grace, to

Thy

law.

my sins.
Say

the

"Our Father" and

the

"Hail Mary."

After Confession.

O ALMIGHTY

and most merciful God, who according to the multitude of


Thy tender mercies, hast been pleased once more to receive me, after so
many times going astray from Thee, and to admit me to this sacrament of

I give Thee thanks with all the powers of my soul for this and all
forgiveness
other mercies, graces, and blessings bestowed on me and casting myself at
Thy sacred Feet, I offer myself to be henceforth forever thine. O! let nothing
I renounce with my whole soul
in life or death ever separate me from Thee.
I renew my promises made in baptism, and from this
aii sins of my past life.
moment 1 give myself eternally to Thy love and service. O grant that for the
time to come I may hate sin more than death itself, and avoid all such occasThis I resolve to do, by
ions and company as have unhappily brought me to it.
the aid of Thy divine grace, without which I can do nothing. I beg Thy blesLord, without Thee I am nothing but
resolutions, for,
sing on these
misery and sin. Supply also, by Thy mercy, whatever defects have been in
this my confession, and give me grace to be now and always a true penitent ;
through Jesus Christ Thy Son. Amen.
;

my

Now say

your penance.

J^ragrrB for

CUommuntntt.

thepe Prayers
a few wonlp at a time.
Itoav well to stop after every few words that they may sink into the heart.

X.
2.

l^nlij

3.

slon'hf,

IP

Each prayer may be

said several times.

Before Holy Communion.

Prayer for Help.

o My

God, help me to make a good Communion. Mary, my dearest Mother,


pray to Jesus for me. My dear Angel Guardian, lead me to the Altar of God.

Act of Faith.

GOD, because Thou hast said it, I believe that I shall receive the sacred
Body of Jesus Christ to eat, and His Precious Blood to drink. My God, I
believe this with all my heart.
Act of Humility.
I am not worthy to receive the Body
God,
Blood of Jesus on account of my sins. Lord, I am not worthy that
shouldst enter under my roof say but the word, and my soul shall

MYand
Thou

I confess that I

am a poor sinner,
;

be healed.

Act of Sorrow.

JESUS,

God, I detest all the sins of my life. I am sorry for them, because (hey
have offended Thee, my God, "Who art so good. I resolve never to sin
any more. My good God, pity me, have mercy on me, forgive me. Amen.

Act of Adoration.
great God, present

on the

Altar, I

bow down

before Thee, I adore

Thee.

Act of Love and Desire.


heart to receive Thee. Most
I desire with all
Jesus, I love Thee.
come into
poor soul, and give me Thy Flesh to eat and Thy
Blood to drink. Give me Thy whole Self, Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity,
^at I may live forever with Thee.

my

sweet Jesus,
SWEET

my

In Receiving Holy Communion.


hands
(1) In going to the Altar-rails and returning to your place, keep yonr
on Jesus Christ.
joined, your eyes cast down and your thoughts
cloth and spread it before you
(2) At the Altar-rails, take "the Communion

under your chin


mouth well open
(3) Hold your head straight up, keep your eyes closed, your
and your tongue out, resting on the under lip. Then, with great outward reverence,
receive the Sacred Host, saying in your heart, with all the faith of St Thomas
"My Loid and my God."
.

After

Holy Communion.

Act of Faith.

believe I have received Thy Flesh to ^at


hast said it, and Thy word is true.

JESUS,

because

Thou

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and Thy Blood to .uink,

PRAYERS FOR HOLY COIVIMUNION.

399

Act of Adoratiox.

JESUS, my God, roy


came and with Thee

Creator, I adore Thee, because from


am to be happy forever.

Thy Hands

Act op Humility.

JESUS,

am

poor heart

but dust and ashes, and yet Thou hast come to me, and
to Thee.

my

may speak

A'cT

Thee I love Thee with all my heart. Thou knowest


and wish to love Thee daily more and more.

Jesus, I love

that I love Thee,


SWEET

OP Love.

Act op Thanksgiving.

MY

How good, how

heart.
good Jesus, I thank Thee with all
Blessed be Jesus in the
art to me, sweet Jesus.
the Altar.

my

kind Thou
most Holy Sacrament of

Act of Offering.

JESUS,

now

receive

me

my poor offering.

Jesus,

Thou

hast given Thyself to me,

give myself to Thee


I give Thee my bochj, that it may be chaste and pure.
I give Thee my soul, that it may be free from sin.
1 give Thee my heart, that it may always love Thee.
last
I give Thee every breath that I shall breathe, and especially
give Thee myself in life and in death, that I may be Thine for ever and ever.
let

Remember

the words of Jesus

"Ask

my
and you shall receive, " and

Pray for Yourself,

JESUS, wash away

my

sins with Thy Precious Blood.


Jesus, the struggle against temptation is not yet finished.
Jesus,
when temptation comes near me, make me strong against it. In the
moment of temptation may I always say, "Jesus, mercy Mary, help "
Jesus, may I lead a good life ; may I die a happy death.
May I receive
Thee before I die. May I say when I am dying, " Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I give
heart and
soul."
you
Listen now for a moment to Jesus Christ ; perhaps He has something to say
There may be some promise you have made and broken, which He
to you.
wishes you to make again and keep.
Answer Jesus in your heart, and tell him all your troubles. Then.

My

my

my

Pray for Others.

JESUS, have mercy on Thy Holy Church take care of it,


O Jesus, have pity on poor sinners, and save them from hell.
O Jesus, bless my Father, my mother, my brothers and sisters, and all I
ought to pray for, as Thy heart knows how to bless them.
O Jesus, have pity on the poor souls in purgatory, and give them eternal rest.
Sweet Jesus, I am going away for a time, but I trust not without Thee.
I do
Thou art with me by Thy grace.
I will never leave Thee by mortal sin.
:

not fear to do

me grace

so,

though

to persevere.

am

Amen,

so weak, because I have such hope in Thee. Give

Sailg Pragpra.
Page.

Acts of Adoration, Contrition, Faith, Hope and Charity


Acts of Coneecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Angelas, The
Divine Praises
Indulgence for singing Spiritual Canticles
Indulgenced Prayers
Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Litany of the Sacred Heart
Litany of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
Little Office of the Immaculate Conception

Memorare

Mass, Prayers at
Mass, manner of assisting at
Prayers for Holy Communion
after
Preparation for Confession and Prayers
'

Responses at High Mass


Sodality of the Blessed Virgin
Spiritual Canticles

First, for

Mary

Sundays

vii

xi

43
ix 33
xxii

x
ix

318
Viii

390
xi
xi

xx
!

398
396
367
382
xxii

Second, for an Apostle


Third, for an Apostle
"Fourth, for the Blessed Virgin INIary and Virgins
Fifth, for Martyrs
Sixth, for Martyrs
Seventh, for Confessors, etc
Eighth, for Confessors, etc

30
37
38
52
53
54
55

^prrtal "Hrsprra.
Ascension
Christmas
Corpus Christi
Dedication of Churches

58
56
61

65
58
57
57
58
59
59
63
62
63
64
65

Easter Sunday

Epiphany
Holy Name
Holy Family
Patronage of

St.

Joseph

Pentecost
Precious Blood
St.

Joseph

St.

John the Baptist

St.

Michael

Sts.

Peter and Paul

Trinity

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Sunday
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INDEX

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Page*
41
129
43
9
8
38
65

Ave Maria
Ave Ver urn
Angelus

Ad

regias x\gni

Audi, benigne Conditor


Ave, maris stella
Coelestis urbs Jerusalem
Creator alme
Crudelis Herodes Deum
Decora lux
Deus tuorum militum
Exultet orbis
Festivis resoneat compita vocibus

Fortem

virili

pectore

Iste Confessor Domini, colentes


Jam sol recedit igneus."

Jesu Corona Virginum


Jesu, dulcis memoria
Jesu, Redemptor omnium

Lucis Creator optime

O Maria
O Gloriosa Virginum
O Lux beata
O Quot undis lacrymarum
O Salutaris Hostia
O Filii et Filite

,
,

Pange

lingua, gloriosi
Prajclara custos Virginum
Salutis Humanse Sator
Sanctorum meritis

ergo Sacramentum
Te, Joseph, celebrent Agmina Coelitum
Te, splendor et virtus Patris
Tristes erant
Ut queant laxis resonare fibris
Veni, Creator Spiritus
Vexilla Regis

Tantum

Alma Redemptoris mater


Ave, Regina

Regina coeli
Salve, Regina

Beati

omnes

Beatus vir
Benedictus
Cinfitebor tibi Domine
Confitebor quoniam
Credidi, propter

57
65
52
30
63
49
54 55
60
35
57
56
6
48
40
58
50
20
277
61
51
58
52
26
62
64
30
63
59
8
.

10-11
12
15 17
19

61
2
259
2
64
37

INDEX

40*2

Page.
56

De profnndis
Dixit

Dominue

In convertendo
In exitu Israel
Lauda, Jerusalem
Laudate,

37
4
38
5
3
10
55

Dominum

Laudate pueri
Magnificat

Memento, Domine

258
38
325

Miserere

Dominus
Te Deum, Laudamus
Nisi

No.

Adoro te devote
Agnus Dei

158 A Glorious Voice sounds through the night


150 Adeste fideles with hearts truly grateful
66 Ah, her smile makes heav'n rejoice
73 Ah, What a Joy, dear Mother
173 Alleluia, alleluia, let the holy anthem rise
172 All Hail, dear Conquerer All Hail
136 All Praise to St. Patrick
28 A IMeeeage from the Sacred Heart
154 Angels we have heard on high
214 Asperges me
88 As the dewy shades of even
114 As the gentle Spring uncloses
30 As the radiant dawn is stealing
99 Ave Maria, Guardian Dear
122 Ave Maria Bright and Pure
81 Ave Sanctissima
162 Benedictus
204 Bless me, befriend me
16 Behold the Heart Whose love for men
107 Bright Mother of our Maker, Hail
105 Bring flowers of the rarest
104 Children of Mary, high your voices raise
175 Christ the Lord is ris'n to-day
165 Christians who of Jesus sorrows
69 Come and chant the praises
96 Come, gather round the altar
187 Come Holy Ghost
188 Come Holy Ghost, Creator Blest
186 Creator Spirit, all Divine

Credo
36
59
80
203
128
156

Close veiled in that sweet Sacrament


Daily, daily sing to Marv

Daughter of a Mighty Father


Dear Angel ever at my side
Dear Guardian of Mary
Dear Little One How sweet Thou art
;

34
351
256
247
143
153

270
269
231
97
252
331
172
204
99
186
214
163
259
305
82
196
193
192

272
262
148
182
286
287
285
341
108
135
162

304
220
253

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INDEX

^03

No.

-'age.

139 Dear Saint, who on thy natal day


131 Dear St Joseph, Oh, remember
Diea Irae, day of Wrath
195 Faith of our Fathers
87 Fading, still fading
140 Faithful to Thy Spouse and Love
132 First Floweret of the Desert Wild
29 Form your ranks, Oh all ye leaguers
15 Give me,
Jesus dear, a place to dweJ
Gloria
65 Glorious Mother from high heaven ....,.,,..
1 God of my heart
129 Great St. Joseph throned in glory ...
130 Great St. Joseph, Meek and Lowly
177 Haec dies
118 Hail All Hail, Sweet Notre Dame de Louirdes
57 Hail Heavenly Queen
98 Hail, Holy Queen, loved Mother to Thee.
38 Hail, Jesus, Hail Who for my sake
179 Hail the Holy Day of Days
102 Hail, Queen of Heaven, the Ocean Star
90 Hail, Queen of the Heavens
137 Hail, Patron of Erin
76 Hail, thou Star of Ocean.
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63 Hail Virgin, dearest Mary
119 Hail, Rose of Mystic beauty
34 Heart of Jesus Dearest Treasure
35 Heart of Jesus we are grateful
202 Hark Hark The Angels singing
208 Hark Hark My soul, angelic songs are swelling
148 Hark An awful voice is sounding
149 Hark What mean those holy voices
55 Happy we, who thus united
189 Have mercy on us, God Most High
193 Hear Thy children, Gentle Jesus
20 Hear the Heart of Jesus pleading
84 Heart of Mary, Heart the purest
136 Hibernia's Champion Saint, all hail
3 Holy God, we praise Thy Name
126 Holy Joseph, dearest Father
101 Holy Mary, Mother mild
124 Holy Patron Thee saluting
56 Holy Queen we bend before thee
185 Holy Spirit, come and shine
72 How pure, how frail and white
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32 How shall I ever know the love
42 I am my Love's
19 I dwell a captive in this heart
89 It is the name of Mary

234
225
372
296
170
235
227
98
81

33r,

142
66
221
223
275
209
133
185
Ill
279
190
174
232
157
140
210
104
106
303
310

24.5

246
130
289
294
87
167
230
68
218
189
216
131
"84
1^2
102

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4 I love Thee O Thou Lord Most High


40 In this Sacrament, SMeet Jesus
9 Jesus is God, the solid earth
lai Jesus Jesus, behold at length
!

11^
86
1J3
.69
114
75
264

INDEX

404

No.
52 Jeens, Jesus, come to me
43 Jesus, my Lord, my God, my All
10 Jesus, Saviour of my soul
8 Jesus, sweet Jesus
14 Jesu, the very thought of Thee

127
118
76
74
80
155

75 Joy Joy, the Mother comes


64 Joy of my heart O let me pay
125 Joseph, pure Spouse
206 Know ye that angels silently glide
!

141

Kyrie eleison
191
194
22
147
209
210
211
219
171
97
93
120
77
205
161
215
218
92
79
83
62
67
111
47
51
74
2
163
143
60
168
6

Lauda Sion
Lead, Kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
Like a strong and raging fire
Like the dawning of the morning
Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Litany of the Saints
Libera

Lord of Mercy and Compassion


Look down, O Mother IMary
Mary, dearest Mother
Mary How sweetly falls that word
Mary, Mother shield us through life
Michael, Prince of Highest Heaven
Miserere mei, Deus
Missa De Angelis
!

Missa Pro Defunctis

Mother dearest. Mother fairest


Mother dear, O pray for me
Mother Mary, at Thine Altar
Mother of God, we hail thy heart
Mother of mercy, day by day
Mother Mary, Queen most sweet
My God, my Life, my Love

My Jesus, from His throne above


My own dear Mother Mary
Nearer, my God to Thee

Now are the days of humblest praver


O turn to Jesus
O blest for e'er the Mother
O come, and mourn with me awhile
O come, loud anthems let us sing

162*0 Cor Jesu


145
82
68
166
207
94
44

dearest Lord,

we humbly

crave

O dearest Mother of Mercy


O Flower of Grace, Divinest Flowet
O Gracious Lord, Creator dear
O God how ought my grateful heart
O Heart of Mary, pure and fair
O Jesus Christ remember
31 O Jesus Dear, Thy Sacred Heart
110 Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord
12 O Jesus Thou the beauty art
!

,'age.

'.

217
308
334
291
294
89
244
312
318
320
381
268
184
178
211

158
306
258
334
370
177
160
166
139
145
200
122
126
154
67
260
240
137
265
71

260
242
164
1-46

263
309
179
119
101
-77

78

INDEX
No.
49
134
50
123
70
103
113
95
58
23
27
18
112
181
151
117
53
115
182
200
160
25
197
7

144
217
109

405

O Bond of Love
O Lady high in glory raised
O Lord, I am not worthy
O Mary dear mother how fondly I flee
O Mater Admirabilis
O Mother I could weep for mirth
O Mother blest whom God bestows
O Mother, loved, our sweet delight
O purest of creatures
O Sacred Heart
O Sacred Heart O Love Divine
O Sacred Heart that on the Cross
O Sanctissima. O Piissima
O Thou eternal King Most High
Oh Lovely Infant, Dearest Saviour
!

Oh, when shall we with Angels bright


Oh What could my Jesus do more
!

On

this day,

beautiful

Mother

Our Lord is risen


On bended knee
Parce Dotoine
Peace be still our God is dwelling
Pity, my God, 'tis for our loved land
Praise ye the Lord
Pray for the dead
Responses at High Mass
Rose of the Cross
Sanctus
Sacred Heart in accents burning
Saving Host, we fall before Thee
See, amid the Winter's snow
!

21
45
153
146 See, He comes
184 See the Paraclete
216 Short Choral Mass
190 Sing, my joyful tongue, the mystery
152*Sleep, holy Babe
38 Soul of my Saviour
170 Stabat Mater, weeping, sore, the Mother stood
166 Stars of glory, shine more brigntly
5 Strike, strike the harp
100 Sweet Lady of the Sacred Heart
192 Sweet Saviour bless us ere we go
17 Sweet Heart of Jesus, be my love
13 Sweet name which makes the dying live
.0 The Clouds hang thick o'er Israel's Camp
f4 The dawn was purpling o'er the sky
71 The day is o'er
157 The Heavens bend
85 The Star of the Ocean is risen
121 The Sun is shining brightly
37 Thou art my hope, dear Sacred Heart
164 Thou loving Maker of mankind
138 Thou who, hero-like hast striven
!

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Page.
124
229
126
215
149
191
203
180
134
91
96
85
202
281
248
20H
128
206
281
302
258
93
298
72
241
367
198
348
88
120
251
243
283
353
290
250
112
267
254
70
188
293

84
79
199
271
150
255
167
212
110
261
233

INDEX

4o6
No.

i^age.

world thy children raise


Thy eacred race, O Lord is run
'Tie the month of our Mother
To-dav He's risen
To Jesus' Heart all burning

91 Thro' the

180
61
176
33
116 To love thee, O Mary
26 To thv pure and burning heart
133 To kneel at thine altar
78 Unfold, Unfold
24 Upon the altar night and day
Veni Creator Spiritus
142 Veni Sponsa Christi
198 Veni Jesu, Amor Mi
213 Vidi aquam
199 Vivat Vivat
106 We come, dearest Mother, this beautiful
141 We come to thee, O happy Saint
169 What a sea of tears and sorrows
159 What beauteous Sun surpassing Star
39 What happiness can equal mine
41 What light is streaming from the skies
86 When evening shades are falling
46 When our Sa\aour wished to prove
48 When at Thy altar Lord I kneel
108 Wilt thou look upon me Mother
127 With tender love we come to thee
196 Yes, Heaven is the prize
!

175

280
138
273
103
207
94

301

228
In9
92
59
239
299
329

May day
"

"

194
237
266
257
Ib3
115
169
121
12?
197

219
297

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