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Catholic Hymnal
AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION
OF

Hymns, Latin Chants and Sacred Songs


FOR

CHURCH, SCHOOL AND HOME


INCLUDING

GREGORIAN MASSES, VESPER PSALMS, LITANIES,


MOTETS FOR BENEDICTION OF THE
BLESSED SACRAMENT, Etc.

ACCORDING TO THE MOTU PROPRIO OF

HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS X


WRITTEN. ARRANGED AND COMPILED ESPECIALLY FOR

THE CATHOLIC YOUTH OF THE UNITED STATES


BY

THE MARIST BROTHERS

P. J. KENEDY k SONS
PRINTERS TO THE HOLY APOSTOLIC SEE
44 BARCLAY STRFET NEW YORK
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Bro. Stratonique,

Superior General,

September 8, 1913.

James H. McGean,
Chairman

Diocesan Church Music Commission,

July 29, 1913

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Remigius Lafort, S. T. L.,

Censor Lihrorum.

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J* John Cardinal Farley, D. D.,

Archbishop of Neiv York.

CoPYRTGHT, 1913, BY

P. J.
KENEDY & SONS.
To You,
Boy Choristers,

Dear Unto God,

Who in His Sanctuary early trod,


Whose angel voices sing and soar,
And lead our hearts to love Him more and more.

To YOU, who chant the praise of Jesus King,


Whose reign on earth your innocence will bring,

Who sing of Mary's power and love,

Till spirits long to see her throned above.

To YOU, of Jesus' Heart the chosen band,


Surpliced adorers, scattered o'er the land,

These Hymns we dedicate, and pray

They lure full many to your heavenly way.

B.M.
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PREFACE
We read in the Life of the Venerable M. B. Champagnat, founder of the*
Marist Brothers: "Father Champagnat, whose mind was continually occupied
with the interests of Religion, considered that it would be contributing largely
to the glory of God, to public edification and to the solemnity of the services
of the Church, to teach Sacred Music to the school children, and by this means,
to prepare singers for the parishes. .He proposed, moreover, to attract the
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children to the school, and attach them to it by the pure and innocent pleasure
which singing affords, to keep them happy and cheerful, to make them relish
the charms of virtue, to teach them, in a pleasant and attractive manner, the
truths of Religion."
Since their foundation (1817), the Brothers have endeavored to realize this
desire of their Venerable Superior with the constant experience that the training
of children in sacred song is ever productive of these happy results. The better
to attain their end, they have published, in different countries, Manuals and
Hymnals adapted to Juvenile Choirs.

The "AMERICAN CATHOLIC HYMNAL" is a new endeavor toward the


same ideal,an effort to unfold the meaning of the Liturgical Seasons and Feasts
of the Ecclesiastical Year, thus giving to the children, as well as to the faithful
at large, an insight into the sublimity of Catholic Worship and thereby increasing
in their hearts, love for God and His Holy Church. Its appearance seems
timely, coming at a moment when so much is done and well done everywhere to
respond to the instructions of our Holy Father, Pope Pius X, on Church Music.
This COLLECTION is as varied in character as in source; we have at-
tempted to meet the needs of trained choirs, of congregations singing in unison,
of children in school, and of the family at home. But all these Melodies have
been either selected or written with a view to promote the reverent and devotional
singing prescribed by the "Motu proprio" (Nov. 22, 1903). According to this
"Motu proprio," the following are the general guiding principles of the Church
"Sacred Music should possess in the highest degree the qualities proper to the
Liturgy or, more precisely, sanctity and purity of form, from which its other
character of universality spontaneously springs. It must be holy and must there-
fore exclude all profanity, not only from itself, but also from the manner in
which it is presented by those who execute it. It must be true art, for otherwise
it cannot exercise on the minds of the hearers that influence which the Church

meditates when she welcomes into her Liturgy the Art of Music. But it must
also be universal in the sense that, while every nation is permitted to admit into
its ecclesiastical compositions those special forms which may be said to consti-
tute its native music, still these forms must be subordinated in such a manner to
the general characteristics of sacred music, that no one of any nation may receive
an impression other than good on hearing them."
— Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. x, page 649.
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VI.

THE HYMNS IN THIS COLLECTION FORM TWO GENERAL


CLASSES
1 Hymns to be sung at the Services and Devotions of Holy Church.
2 Hymns for the Schoolroom, for Sodality and Sundayschool classes, etc.

While some of the Airs of the latter category are of a somewhat bright and
florid character, has been borne in mind that the devotional should never give
it

way to the sentimental nor cheerfulness to levity. In every number we have


sought to adapt a serious, dignified musical expression, suitable to the sentiments
embodied in the words, remembering that the first requisite of a hymn is that
"the sentiments contained in the text be given true expression, and be not ob-
scured by obtrusive external forms."

THE GENERAL FEATURES OF THESE MELODIES MAY BE


SUMMED UP THUS:
(a) They are in easy style, tuneful and most appropriate for unison singing
and congregational rendering.
(b) They are remarkable for their religious, prayerful tone, in perfect
harmony with the words expressed. Although many new and original hymns are
in this collection, old favorite airs of recognized worth are also included.
(c) Many of the hymns are wholly new, both in music and in verse. Special
care has been taken to use words easily understood and retained by young chil-
dren for the hymns of the Church are the inheritance of "Little Ones" and
; ;

what heart, though bowed down by grief and sin, is not touched by sacred words
attuned to sweet music coming forth from their innocent lips? And these hymns
will be sung in the home. What a power has sacred song always wielded in the
Christian home Jesus is there listening.
! Did He not sing hymns with His
Apostles and train their rough voices to sweet and refined harmony? Did not
Mary chant her sublime "Magnificat" in the precincts of Elizabeth's home?
High models for these little voices and the truth of faith and lessons of piety
;

sung by them will have a new light for the minds and a new charm for the
hearts of listening parents and friends.

(d) The Gregorian Numbers are according to the Vatican Edition and in
modern notation. The Series of Motets for the Benediction of the Most Holy
Sacrament and for special occasions, though varied to suit all tastes will, in
general, be found broad and churchly. Some are perfect models of Church
Music, i. e., Palestrina's "Bone Jesu"— Perosi's "Tota pulchra es," etc.

In returning thanks for help, the Compilers recognize how wide and
deep
are their obligations. Whilst we pay a due tribute of admiration to the memory
Fr. Faber,
of such well known authors of our popular hymns, as: Fr. Caswall,
Card. Manning, Dr. Neale, Rev. M. Russell, S. J.,
etc., we must also render
thanks to the Rev. Editors of the Ave Maria, the Messenger of the S. Heart,
the Rosary Magazine, the Sentinel of the B. Sacrament for use of poems
and
translations. To the Rev. H. T. Henry, Litt. D., we are under great obligation
for his assistance in placing his valuable book "Eucharistica" at our
disposal.

Though the language of the Church is the consecrated one for the Liturgical
rendering of St. Thomas' memorable stanzas to the Most Blessed Sacrament,
Father Henry's almost literal translations will be found very helpful in the class-
room to familiarize the children with these great truths and keep alive their
devotion.

desire to express our gratitude also to the Reverend Sister of the


Visita-
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tion whose valuable contributions will be found in the Hymnal under the pseu-
donym, M. S. Pine.
VII.

The Hymns for Holy Communion (Before and After) are another feature
of the American Catholic Hymnal. Many of these verses which appear here for
the first time, are from the talented pen of the late Miss Isabel Williams, of Bos-
ton, who now reaps the fruit of her poetic soul-stirring prayers.

Acknowledgment is here made


of courtesy of Mr. B. Herder (St. Louis)
for leave to use the words of some Hymns from "Psallite," and of Messrs. J.
Fisher and Bro. (N. Y.) in granting the use of Nos. 60 and 231.
With respect to the music, we beg, in the first place, to express our gratitude
to Mr. Carl Hauser to whom we owe, besides several Congregational hymns, a
vast amount of technical assistance for the arrangement of the musical score,
and to Rev. J. B. Young, S. J., who so zealously assisted us in editing and arrang-
ing this notable work.
We gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness also to the Rt. Rev. Mgr. H.
A. Brann, D. D., Rev. W. H. Walsh, S. J., Rev. P. J. Wade, O. C. C, to the
Sisters of Notre Dame, Mr. I. Muller, Mr. R. de Dion, Mr. E. Hurley and to Mr.
J. Heynen for special hymns bearing their names.

Some Melodies by living French Composers have been made use of, for
which we would have asked permission, had we known where to address the
Authors.
To them and to others to whom consciously or unconsciously we may be
indebted,we render the tribute of our thanks.
If this work helps, even a little, to promote the singing of holy hymns in the
School and, by means of the School, in the Church and the Home Circle, then
shall our dearest hopes be realized.
The Marist Brothers,
St. Ann's Hermitage,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Feast of the Assumption of the B. V. M.
August 15, 1913.
GENERAL CLASSIFIED INDEX
For the Seasons and Festivals

ENGLISH HYMNS
The Nos. mai-ked (*) are Sacred Songs.

ADVENT. Nos. 2 to 8. Also: 41, 222, 230.

CHRISTMASTIDE. Nos. 8 to 18. Also : 230.—234* to 244*, 303*.


CIRCUMCISION. No. 178.
NEW YEAR'S DAY. No. 232.
EPIPHANY. Nos. 13, 14.—242*. 243*.
MOST HOLY NAME OF JESUS. Nos. 15, 16, 17, 107, 212.—246*.
LENT (Penitential Hymns). Nos. 18 to 34. Also: 203, 209.-268*, 309*, 310*.
PASSION OF OUR LORD. Nos. 22 to 32. Also : 165, 200, 204, 214, 224.
EASTERTIDE. Nos. 34 to 39. Also 47, 166, 201, 230.—244*. 245*.
:

ASCENSIONTIDE. Nos. 39 to 42. Also: 75, 207, 208, 222.—303*.


PENTECOST, CONFIRMATION. Nos. 42 to 46. Also 52, 56, 58, 59, 229.-247*. :

MOST HOLY TRINITY. GOD IN GENERAL. Nos. 46 to 60. Also: 210, 215, 218.
CORPUS CHRISTI. BLESSED SACRAMENT. Nos. 61 to 80. Also: 211, 222.
HOLY COMMUNION (Before and After). Nos. 80 to 98. Also: 66, 67, 84, 215.- -255*.

FIRST COMMUNION. N?s.€6, 67 80, 82 84, 90, 91 95. Also 141 and 196.
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(lo Our Blessed Lady), 259*, 269*.


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MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS. Nos. 100 to 113.— 264* to 272*.


OUR BLESSED LADY (General Hymns). Nos. 125 to 167.— 275* to 296*.
Immaculate Conception Nos. 129, 130, 148.— 279* and 280*.
Nativity No. 280*.
Holy Name Nos. 131, 195.— 276*.
Annunciation —
Nos. 132. 315*.
Visitation No. 133.
HER FEASTS <
Purification No. 134.
Compassion Nos. 135, 136, 138, 228.
Assumption —
Nos. 137. 281*, 282*.
Coronation Nos. 138.— 277*, 282*, 2S3*, 285*. 286*.
Our Lady of the Carmel Nos. 227 and 357 (Latin ).

MONTH OF MAY. Nos. 126 and 127. Also : 139 to 161.—278*. 287*. 288*, 289*, 291*.

MOST HOLY ROSARY. Nos. 164 to 167. Also : 199 and 202.
ALL SAINTS. Nos. 113 and 114.
HEAVEN. Nos. 116 to 119.—272* to 275*.
SAINT AGNES. No. 179.
SAINT PATRICK. Nos. 180 and 181.
SAINT ALOYSIUS. Nos. 182.— 302*.
SS. PETER AND PAUL. No. 183.
ST. ANN. Nos. 184, 185.— 301*.
ST. STANISLAUS KOSTKA. No. 186
ST. JOHN. No. 189.
GENERAL CLASSIFIED INDEX. IX.

ST. CECILIA. Nos. 187.— 300*


ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. No. 188.
TO ANY SAINT. No. 192.
HOLY MARTYRS. Nos. 190 and 1©1.
HOLY ANGELS. ANGEL GUARDIAN. Nos. 167 to 171.
ST. JOSEPH {Month of March). Nos. 171 to 178. Also: 192.—296* to 300*.
MISSIONS AND RETREATS. Nos. 25, 135, 202 to 213. Also : 23, 24, 45, 46, 72, 73, 214,
224, 225.-256*, 268*, 309* to 314*.

CONFRATERNITY OF THE HOLY FAMILY Nos. 177.—297*.


CONFRATERNITY OF THE "BONA MORS." Nos. 21, 108, 124, 170, 206, 2C9.—249*,
257*, 312*.

LEAGUE OF THE SACRED HEART (Apostleship of Prayer). Nos. 44 and .,232.-3 14*.
CHURCH AND POPE. Nos. 60 and 217.—253*.
EVENING HYMNS. Nos. 19, 21, 26, 70, 72, 73, 79, 119, 124.
1, Also: 170 and 206.
(To Our Blessed Lady). Nos. 154, 155, 156, 160, 161, 162, 163, 177.—293*, 295*.
(Thanksgiving Hymns). Nos. 1, 53, 64, 65, 215, 218.—233*, 248*, 262*, 266*.

( (Reception of a Bishop). Nos. 231 and 318.


OCCASIONAL USE. j (Welcome to a Pastor). No. 317.
'
(Dedication of a Church). No. 217.
HYMNS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN. Nos. 193 to 202. Also: 1, 10, 19,

48, 56, 62, 69, 76, 80, 84, 87, 92, 95, 107, 108, 109. 117, 154, 192, 211, 217, 225, 230, 231.

SACRED SONGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN. Nos. 233*, 235*, 239*.
251*. 255*, 256*, 257*, 258*, 259*, 261*, 262*, 263*, 266*, 267*, 268*,

270*, 271*, 272*, 274*, 277*, 284*. 286*, 290*, 291*, 301*.

LATIN HYMNS
HYMNS FOR BENEDICTION. Nos. 319 to 354.
HYMNS TO OUR BLESSED LADY. Nos. 355 to 375.
DOMINE NON SECUNDUM (Penitential Seasons). No. 375.
LITANY OF THE SACRED HEART (Tzvo Settings). Nos. 376 and 377.

LITANY -OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Three Settings). Nos. 378 to 381.

GREGORIAN CHANTS FOR HIGH MASS. Nos. 382 to 389.


MISSA "IN FESTIS DUPLICIBUS" (De Angclis). No. 384.

MISSA "IN FESTIS B. MARIAE" (Cum Jubilo). No. 385.

MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS. No. 390.


CREDO (/ and 2). Nos. 386 and 387.
VARIOUS LATIN CHANTS. Nos. 425 to 435.
SOLEMN VESPERS (Falso Bordoni). No. 435, etc.

CONCLUDING HYMN.
EVER, FOREVER, I WILL SING TO MARY (The Marist's Hymn).
HYMNS.
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The sunshine gilding sea and land, To love Him through eternity;
Our daily bread to nourish life, Oh! mortal, eouldst thou wish for more;
Are blessings from His loving hand. Couldst ask a sweeter destiny?

CR 1913 P.J.K.&S. 12.


PART FIRST.

ADVENT.
Advent is that period of the Liturgical Year, during which the Church re-
quires the faithful to prepare for the celebration of the feast of Christmas,
the anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ.
During that Season, Our Lord knocks at the door of all men's hearts, at
one time so forcibly that they must needs notice Him at another, so softly
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that it requires attention to know that Jesus is asking admission. He comes


to ask them if they have "room for Him," for He wishes to be born in their
house. The house indeed is His, for He built it and preserves it, yet He
complains that His own refused to receive Him at least the greater num-
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ber did.
The expressions of the Liturgy which the Church makes use of to ask for
this loving and invisible coming, are these which she employs when begging
for the coming of Jesus in Flesh, for the two Visits are for the same object.
In vain would the Son of God have come to visit and save mankind, unless
He came again for each one of us, and at every moment of our live springing
to us and cherishing within us that supernatural life, of which He and His
Holy Spirit are the sole principle
(From "The Liturgical Year^by Abbot Gueranger, 0. S. B.)

See the Classified Index of Hymns for this Season.


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Glory to th' Eternal Father,
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Proceeding from a Virgin shrine, And things celestial Thee shall own,
The spotless Victim all divine. And things terrestrial, Lord, alone.

Thou Whose coming is with dread To Him who comes the world to free,
To judge the living and the dead, To God the Son, all glory be;
Preserve us while we dwell below, To God the Father as is meet,
From ev'ry insult of the foe. To God the blessed Paraclete.

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The Word of God, in flesh arrayed, The banners there of virtue glow:
The promised fruit to man displayed. God in His Temple dwells below.
4. 5.
equal to the Father, Thou! Thy cradle here shall glitter bright,
Gird on Thy fleshty mantle now! And darkness breathe a newer light,
The weakness of our mortal state, Where endless faith shall shine serene,
With deathless mierht invigorate. And twilight never intervene.

CiRl913 P.J.K.&S. 20.


PART SECOND.

CHRISTMASTIDE.
The Mystery of the Divine Infancy is celebrated and kept in view during
the whole forty days of Christmastide
But our Mother the Church, does not only offer God the trib-
to the Infant
ute of her profound Adoration, the Mystery of the Emmanuel, that is, of God
with us, is to her a source of singular joy. Look at her sublime Canticles for
this holy Season, and you will find the two sentiments admirably blended:
her deep reverence for her God, and her glad joy at His Birth. Joy! did not
the very Angels come down and urge her to it? She therefore studies to im-
itate the blithe Shepherds, who ran for joy to Bethlehem, and the glad Magi.
who were well-nigh out of themselves with delight, when, on quitting Jeru-
salem, the Star again appeared and led them to the Cave where the Child was.
Joy at Christmas is a Christian instinct which originated those many Carols,

which, like so many other beautiful traditions of the Ages of Faith, are un-
fortunately dying amongst us but which ;
Rome still encourages, gladly wel-
coming each year those rude musicians, the Pifferari, who come down the
Apennines, and make the streets of the Eternal City re-echo with their
shrill melodies
(From "The Liturgical Year"by Abbot Gue ranger, O.S.B.)

See the Classified Index of Hymus for this Season.


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Him,Whose birth the angels sing,* Jesus, Lord of heavh and earth!
Come, adore on bended knee, Mary*, Joseph, lend your aid,
Christ the Lord, the new born King. To acclaim the Saviour's Birth!
Gloria, etc. Gloria, etc.

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The Infant makes him happy too. The little angels looking in.

Who are those people kneeling down, Hail! holy cave! though dark thou be,
With crooked sticks and hands so brown? The world is lighted up from thee;
The shepherds from the mountain top, Hail, Holy Babe! Creation stands,
The little angels woke them up. And moves upon Thy little hands.

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C/R1»13 P.J.K.&S. 26.
God, An Infant Born To -Day.
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Jesus. Mary, Joseph, hail!
Saddest year its Christmas brings;
Comes the faith that cannot fail,
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Solemn things of mystic meaning!

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HolyJesus'.in Thy brightness
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With the Father, and the Spirit,
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To Thee, Jesus, who Thyself.
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Praise, with the Father evermore,
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C/R 1913 P. J.K.& S. 30.
Jesus, The Only Thought Of Thee.
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CJR 1913 P.J.K.&S
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Light in darkness, Joy in grief, Jesus, Jesus! sweetest Lord!


heaven begun on earth! What art Thou not to me?
Jesus, my Love! my Treasure! who Each hour brings joy before unknown,
Can tell what Thou art worth? Each day new liberty
For Thou to me art all in all, Burn, burn, Loveiwithin my heart,
My honor and my wealth, Burn fiercely night and day,
My heart's desire, my body's strength, Till all the dross of earthly loves
My souls eternal health. Is burned and burned away.

C./R. 1913 P.J.K.& S SI.


PART THIRD.

LENT and PASSIONTIDE


.

The Church made this Season a time of recollection and penance, in


preparation for the greatest of her feasts
On Ash Wednesday, she calls Lent a "Christian Warfare-" Yes, in order
that we may have the newness of life, which will make us worthy to sing
once more our 'Alleluia," we must be fellow, combatants with our Jesus and
conquer our three enemies, the devil, the flesh and the world- . Therefore,
we must have on our armor, and watch unceasingly. -A*nd whereas it is of
the utmost importance that our hearts be spirited and brave, the Church
gives us a "War- Song" of heaven's own making, which can fire even cowards
with hope of victory and confidence in God's help: it is the Ninetieth Psalm
Qui habitat?
She there tells us to relyon the protection wherewith our heavenly Fath-
er covers us, as "with a shieldj" to hope under the shelter of His wings j to
have confidence in Him for that He will deliver us from the snare of the hunter
who has robbed us of the liberty of the children of God to rely upon the
succor of the Holy AngelSj etc.
Let us get well into us the sentiments wherewith the Church would have
us be inspired. . Our LENT will give us a clearer view of Him who is our
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light; and if we could acknowledge Him as our God when we saw Him as
^the Babe of Bethlehem, our soul's eye will not fail to recognize Him in the
divine Penitent of the Desert, or in the bleeding Victim of Calvary.
(From "The Liturgical Yen f"by Abbot. Gueranger, O.S.Bj

See the Classified Index of Hymns for the Season.


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Thou Loving- Maker Of Mankind. 18.
(Audi, benign e Conditor.)

E.CA.SWALL. Gregorian Mel. Harm, by C. Hauser.

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Our guilt, and all our faults deplore;
Oh, for the praise of Thy great Name,
Our fainting souls to health restore.
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This mortal hody to control,
To fast from all the food of sin,
And so to purify the soul.

Hear us, Trinity thrice blest;


Sole Unity, to Thee we cry;
Vouchsafe us from these fasts below
To reap immortal fruit on high. .

C/R 1913 P. J.K.&S.


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Contrition, peace,and light divine!
Jesus! how shall these be mine,
Unless Thou Who alone canst, give
Wilt say the word and bid me live?

C|R 1913 P. J. K. & S. 36.


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The feast of penance! Oh so bright,
With true conversion's heavenly light,
Like sunrise after stormy night!

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Holy Family Hymns. (18 60)
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priest, with
By Thy foster-fathers bed, Prays mercy and for grace,
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While Thy Mother, softly praying, May the tears of deep compunction,
Held her dying Joseph's head. All my guilty stains efface!
By that death, so calm and holy, Let me find in Thee a refuge,
Soothe me in that hour of dread. In Thy Heart a resting-place.

4. 6.
Jesus, when in cruel anguish Thou didst suffer,
Oh, by all that
Dying on the shameful Tree, Grant me mercy in that day;
All abandoned by Thy Father, Help me, Mary, my sweet Mother;
Thou didst hang in agony; Holy Joseph, near me stay.
By these three long hours of sorrow, Let me die my lips repeating
Thou didst purchase hope for me. "Jesus, mercy; Mary, pray!''

* This Hymn is suitable for meetings of the "B ona Mors" Confraternity.

3S.
C/R 1913 P.J.K.& S.
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O Sacred Head Surrounded By Crown Of Piercing- Thorn!
22
(Salve Caput Cruentatum.)

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In Thy loved Face confiding,
And with that vision blest. Chorus: In this, etc.

39> C/R 1913 P.J.K. & S.


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23. Jesus, Open Wide Thy Heart
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O Spring of waters clear! The hidden depth we see,
Flame celestial, cleansing all Of what we else could never know_
Who unto Thee draw near. His boundless charity.
4. 6.
Beneath this emblem of pure love, Oh, who of His redeemed, will Him
'Twas love Himself that died, Their mutual love refuse?
And offered up Himself for us, Who would not rather in that Heart
A Victim crucified. Their home eternal choose?
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(Of the Lamb for sinners slain. '

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25. Overwhelmed In Depths Of Sorrow.


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How it wrapt her soul in night. All their Makers death bewail.

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Soul Of Jesus, Guest For Me.
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Soul of Jesus, clad for me Soul of Jesus, stay in me,
In thy glory, glad for me Soul of Jesus, pray in me,
At the Fathers side; (its.) Thro' the creeping hours, (bis.)
Down from Heaven, come to me, Not a minute stray from Thee,
From Thy Altar-home to me, All is sin away from Thee,
Make my soul Thy bride. (bis.) Stay till shut of f lowers. (bis)

Soul of Jesus, lignt for me


All the slumbering night for me
That my heart may still (bis.)
Watch to breathe its love for Thee,
Kept above all else for Thee,
Drowned in Thy sweet Will! (**"&)
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Oh, Come And Mourn.
(Amor meus crucifixus est.) CARL IIAUSER.

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His failing Eyes are blind with Blood, His Pilate and His Judas were;
Jesus, our Lovejis crucified! ibis) Jesus, our Love, is crucified! (bis)
5.
Love of God Sin of man!
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In this dread act your strength is tried;


And victory remains with Love;
For He, our Love, is crucified.
Cjfe.lylS P.J.K.& s . 44.
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Oh! how sad and sore distressed In the passion of my Maker
Was that Mother highly blessed Be my sinful soul partaker,
Of that sole-beg;otten One! Weep till death,and weep with thee.
4. 10.
Oh'.that silent, ceaseless mourning-! Mine with thee be that sad station,
Oh! those dim eyes never turning- There to watch the great salvation
From that wond'rous, suffering- Son! Wrought upon the atoning Tree.
5. li.

For His people's sins,the All -Holy Virgin thou of virgins fairest,
There she saw, a Victim lowly, May the bitter woe thou sharest
Bleed in torments-bleed and die; Make on me impression deep.
6. 12.
Saw the Lord's Anointed taken Thus Christ dying- may I carry,
Saw her Child in death forsaken; With Him in His passion tarry,
Heard His last expiring- cry. And His wounds in memory keep.
7. 13.
Those Five Wounds of Jesus smitten May His wounds transfix me wholly,
Mother, in my heart be written, May His cross and life-blood holy
Deeply as in thine they be Ebriate my heart and mind.
8. 14.
Thou, my Saviour's cross who bearest, Thus inflamed with pure affection
Thou, thy Son's rebuke who sharest, In the Virgin's Son protection
Let me share them both with thee. May I at the Judgment find. Amen.
45. G/R.1913. P. J.K.& s.
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Jesus' Sorrows.
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In His Heart our sins bewailing, Suff ring, bleeding, dying for us,
He ascends Mount Calvary. Now behold salvation nigh.
TUTTI. TUTTI.
Lo! His Hands and Feet are piercd through, Satan our great foe lies vanquished
On the bloody Cross He lies; Mary's seed has bruised his head;
Streams of vital blood flow for you Our redemption is accomplished,
Sinners! He's your sacrifice! Jesus has our ransom paid.

SOLI. 5.
He expires sad convulsions;
in
Nature comfortless bemoans;
Heavn and earth and aU creation
Trembling echo doleful groans.
TUTTI.
Ah! shall man a signt so woful,
View alone with tearless eye?
Grant, Jesus! I may grateful,
With Thee mourn and with Thee die.
C/R 1913 P.J.K.&S. 46.
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(Second Tune.)
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C/R 1913 P. J.K.& S. 47.


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There as He hangs- His sacred side Blest Tree, the balance where was weighed
By cruel spear is opened wide, The Ransom for us sinners paid;
And sheds forth Water mixed with Blood, To take the guilt of man away,
A cleansing and a saving flood. And spoil the spoiler of his prey.

4.
Fulfilled is now what David told Lord, on this Thy Passion Day,
In true prophetic song of old: Thy Cross we hail, our only stay;
'Among the nations, God" said he; In holy hearts fresh grace implant,
"Is King:— He reigneth from the Tree. And pardon to the sinner grant.

5. 8.
Tree of beauty! Tree of light! Salvations spring, blest Trinity,
Tree with royal purple dight! Be prr.ise to Thee through earth and sky,
What glory can with thine compare, Wno through the Cross hast victory given;
Elect such Holy Limbs to bear! Grant us its prize_ a place in Heaven.
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Whence the fatal wound had come Clothed in our mortality.
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Lo, a tender Babe Jfe lies! To th* immortal Deity!
See his gentle Virgin Mother To the Father, Son and Spirit
Lull to sleep His infant cries! Praise be paid co-equally!
While the Limbs of God Incarnate Glory through the earth and heaven
Round with swathing bands she ti PS To the Three-fold Unity!
49. C./R. hi 1 3 f'..T.K.*R
OO. All Glory, Laud, and Honor. (Palm
(Gloria, laus, et honor.)
Sunday.

Rev. Dr. J. M. NEALE.


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To Thee, before Thy Passion, These palms shall signal for us
They raised their hymns of praise; Our vict'ry o'er the foe;
To Thee, now throned in glory, That in the Conqueror's triumph
Our melody we raise. This strain may ever flow-.—
Thou didst accept their praises: All glory, laud, and honor,
Accept the prayers we bring, To Thee, Redeemer, King!
Who in all good delightest, To Whom the lips of children
Thou good and gracious King. Made sweet Hosannas ring.
GJR 1913 P. J. K. & S. 50.
PART FOURTH.

EASTERTIDE.
Of all theSeasons of all the Liturgical Year, Paschal Time is by far the
richest in Mystery. .Eternity in heaven is the true Pasch
. hence, our
:

Pas ch, here on earth, is the Feast of feasts.


Easter, with its three admirable manifestations of divine love and power,
the Resurrection the Ascension and the Descent of the Holy Ghost, is the per-
,

fection of the work of our Redemption.


The holy Fathers bid us look on these fifty days of Eastertide as the
image of our eternal happiness. .They are days devoted exclusively to
.

joy; every sort of sadness is forbidden; and the Church cannot speak to
her divine Spouse without joining to her words the glorious cry of heaven,
the "Alleluia " wherewith, as the holy Liturgy says, the streets and squares
of the heavenly Jerusalem resound without ceasing. .We have been forbid-
.

den the use of this joyous word during the past nine weeks; it behoved us
to die with Christ) but now that we are resolved to die no more that death

which kills the soul, and caused our Redeemerto die on the Cross we have
aright to our "Alleluia!'
Be of good heart, Christians! you must look forward to another Easter.
Each year will give you a repetition of what you now enjoy. Easter will
follow Easter, and bring you at last to that Easter in heaven, which is nev-
er to have an end, and of which these happy ones on earth are a mere foretaste.
(From "The Liturgical Year"by Ahbor G-ueranger, O.S.B.)

See the Classified Index of Hymns for this Season .


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(Victimae Paschali Laudesj
Is Risen To-day. 34.
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'Help and save ungracious Lord!


53. C|R 1913 P.J. K.&S.
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(Tu Victor Rex.)
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Thy crimson Wounds, how bright they shine!
C|R 1913 P.J.K.& S.
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With Christ we died, with Christ we rose,


When at the font His Name we chose;
Oh, let not sin our robes defile,
And turn to grief the paschal smile.

55. c.\K. 1913 P. J. K. d S


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QV Ye Sons And Daughters Of The Lord.


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Alleluia! Alleluia!
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Of spices pure a precious store " Thomas, behold My side," said He-,
In their pure hands those women bore, "My hands, My feet, My body see,
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Alleluia! Alleluia!
4. 9.

Thenstraightway one in white they see, When Thomas saw that wounded side,
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Alleluia! Alleluia!
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Who forthwith to the tomb are gone, Their Lord, and yet believe in Him!
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That self-same night, while out of fear Now let us praise the Lord most high.
The doors were shut, their Lord most dear And strive His name to magnify
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Alleluia! Alleluia!
12.
Whose mercy ever runneth o'er-,
Whom men and Angel Hosts adore 5

To Him be glory evermore. ,

Alleluia!
56.
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4. 7.
So Christ, our Paschal Sacrifice, Jesus'.from the death of sin

Has brought us safe all perils through; Keep us, we pray; so shalt Thou be

While for unleavend bread He asks The everlasting Paschal joy


But heart sincere and purpose true. Of all the soulsnew-born In Thee.

5. 8.
Hail, purest Victim Heavn could find To God with the Son
the Father,

The powers of Hell to overthrow! Who from the grave immortal rose,

Who didst the bonds of Death unbind; And Thee, Paraclete, be praise,

Who dost the prize of Life bestow. While age on endless ages flows.

57. O/B.1913. P. J.K.* S.


39 Sing- We Triumphant Hymns Of


(Hymnum Canamus Gloriae.)
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Jesus! in that tremendous day,
Our sole Redemption, Thee we pray
Vouchsafe to number us on high
Amongst Thy saints' blest company.
C|R 1913 P.J.K.&S.
58.
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Hail Thou, Who Mans Redeemer Art. 40.
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At Gods Right Hand dost victor reign. And fill us with eternal light.

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Be Thou the aim of ev'ry breast;
Be Thou the soother of our tears,
Our sweet reward above the spheres.

59. CJR If) IS P.J. K.&S.


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41. O Jesus Christ, Remember.


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Holy Spirit, Come And Guide Me.
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62.
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Thy Kingdom Come.


(Adveniat Regnum tuum.)
44.
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C/R 1913 P. J.K.& S. 64.


PART FIFTH.

THE TIME AFTER PENTECOST.


.

The Sacred Liturgy is about to put before us an unbroken succession of


varied episodes of which some are brilliant with glory,and others exquisite
in loveliness, but each one of them bringing its special tribute towards eith-

er the development of the dogmas of faith or the furtherance of the Christ -

ian life. . . It was but right that the solemnity which is intended to honor the
mystery of One God in Three Persons } should immediately follow that of Rm-
tecost,with which it has a mysterious connection.
Every homage paid to God by the Church's Liturgy has the HoryTrinity
as its object Time as well as eternity, belongs to the Trinity. The Trinity is
. ,

the scope of all Religion. Every day, every hour, belongs to It. The Feasts
instituted in memory It. The
of the mysteries of our Redemption centre in
Feasts of the Blessed Virgin and the saints are so many means for leading
us to the praise of the God who is One in essence, and Three in Parsons.
The Sunday's Office, in a very special way, gives us, each week, a most ex -
plicit expression of adoration and worship of this mystery, which is the foun-
dation of all others and the source of all grace

The hymn of Thy Seraphim, O Lord, has been heard here on earth: Holy}
Holy Holy the Lord God of hosts',
, (Is. VI. 3.) We are but mortals; we are not Proph-
ets, as was Isaias and yet we have a happiness which he had
; not; we can re-

peat the song of those blessed Spirits, with fulness of knowledge, and can
say unto Thee /Holy is the Father, Holy is the Son, Holy is the Spirit!"

From "The Liturgical Year/by Abbot Guemnger, 0. S.B.

See the Classified Index of hymns to The Most Holy Trinity,and God in General.
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By which grace my s oul was cleanse Oli! what love from me They merit,
From a dark iniquity, For such wondrous charity.
Many gifts of Thine I've slighted, Thou,0 God,hast made and saved me,
Giftsbestowed so lovingly Thou alone my Lord shalt be;
But for love so unrequited, Take mo then to serve and love Thee,
Faithful now at last 111 be. Now, and in eternity.

67. c|r 1913 P.J.K.&S.


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47 O Day Of Rest And Gladness!


(Sunday.)
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The silver trumpet calls; To spirits of the blest;
Where Gospel-light is glowing To Holy Ghost be praises,
With pure and radiant beams, To Father and to Son;
And living water flowing The Church her voice upraises,
With soul-refreshing streams To Thee, blest Three in One.
Cjifc 1913 P.J.K.& S. 68.
48
Life Offers Me One Only Good, One Treasure.
I.WILLIAMS. (First Tune.) I. MULLLK.

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Whose loving hope and trust are all in Thee?
What grief need trouble us when Thou art near?
For Thou our gentle Comforter wilt be.

69. C|R 1913 P.J.K.&S.


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49. O God Of Loveliness!


( Tuus sum ego.) M.H.
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All should in choir combine No suffering nor woe
To love Thee evermore. Can grief or pain inspire.
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To think Thou art my God- O Loveliness supreme.
O thought for ever blest! And Beauty infinite;
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C|R 1^13 P.J.K.& S. 70.
Just One Tiny Spark So Bright. 50.
I. WILLIAMS. I.MULLER
Moderato.(#=80)
SEMIOHORUS.

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Banished all life's sorrows.
While I cling to Thee-

4.
Come, then, Master of my soid
Dear Saviour and King.
Unto my poor spirit.
Peace and comfort bring.

71. C|R 1913 P.J.K.& S.


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51. O Come, Loud Anthems Let Us Sing".

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The strength of hills that reach the skies,
.Subjected to His empire lies.

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And bow witJi adoration there;
Down on our knees devoutly all,
Before the Lord^ our Maker, fall.
OR 1913 P.J. K.& S. 72.
O Gift Of Gifts! O Grace Of Faith 52.
Rev. Fr. FABER.
M. II.
Moderato.(J = 96)
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How can they live, how will they die, The crowd of cares, the weightiest cross.
How bear the cross of grief, Seem trifles less than light;_
Who have not got the light of faith, Earth looks so little and so low,
The courage of belief? When faith shines full and bright.

Thy choice, God of Goodness! then


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Oh, give grace,
And grace to merit more.
73. C|R 1913 P. J. K & S.
53. Holy God, We Praise Thy Name?
Rev. C. WALWORTH. (Sancte Deus, laudamus te.) German Choral.

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sweet ae cord: Ho ho ho ly, Lord!

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Holy Father, Holy Son, Thou art King of glory, Christ!
Holy Spirit/Three we name Thee, Son of God yet born of Mary,
While in essence only One, For us sinners sacrificed,
Undivided God wo claim Thee; And to death a tributary;
And adoring bend tho knee, ),, . s First to break the bars of death, \(fos \

While we own the mystery.) Thou hast opened heavn to faith.)


C|R. IH13 P. J. K. & S. 74.
What God Does, Is Done Aright. 54
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- That our hope on Him may stay.

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What God does, is done aright, What God does, is done aright:
Though our dales and uplands mourn, E'en if here on earth below^
We will praise His love and might, We do find no Canaan bright,
To the future hopeful turn And nor milk nor honey flow ;

His eternal Word can give God, who doth the ravens feed.
Strength whereby our souls can live. Shall supply our daily need;

5.
What God does, is done aright,
This glad faith shall cheer our way,
Till all faith be lost in sight
In heav'ns never- ending day:
For His promise standeth sur-e,
And His mercies e'er endure.
C R 1W13 P.J.K.& S.
75.
55 •
I Believe In Thee, O Truth And Love Supreme.
I. WILLIAMS.
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In God the Holy Ghost, the Sanetif ier blest,
With Father and with Son, a holy Trinity-
In Him do I believe; He guides to light and rest,
And blessed, bright eternity. —Jtefrain: I believe in Thee, etc.

In one Faith and one Church, most firmly I believe,


To us, her teachings sweet, faith, hope and love have given
Through her, the Holy Ghost s wise counsel we 2*eceive,
It is her hand which leads to heaven, ^^/mm: I believe in Theej, etc.

77. C R 1913 P.J.K.&S.


56. O! Holy Faith, O! Sacred Light.

Rev. W. TREACY. I. MULLER.

Larghetto.(J 54)

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The shore away, I know,
is far I sail,and sail, but know not where
And rocks and shoals are nigh, Before me, death and night;
Among a thousand wrecks I go, 0! holy Faith, now hear my prayer,
0! star, my starless sky. And show thy blessed light.

Shine on the waves that 'round me roar,


Shine on the far-off strand,
Be thou my light -house by the shore,
My sunshine on the land.

C/RM3 P.J.K.&S. 78.


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2. Blest through end -less a - ges Be the pre - cious stream,

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Which from end - less tor - ment Doth the world re - deem.

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Oh.theBlood of Christ! it Oft as earth, exulting,
Soothes the Fathers ire; Wafts its praise on high,
Opes the gates of heaven; Hell with terror trembles,
Quells eternal fire. Heavn is filled with joy.
Abels blood for vengeance Lift ye, then, your voices,
Pleaded to the skies Swell the mighty flood;
But the Blood of Jesus Louder still, and louder
For our pardon cries. Praise the precious Blood!
79. c/r 1913 P. J.K.& S.
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58 Faith Of Our
(Fidelis ad mortem.)
Fathers.

Rev. FR. FABER. I. MULLER.


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How sweet would be their children's fate, If they,likethem,could die for thee!

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Shall win our country back to thee; Both friend and foe in all our strife,-
And through the truth that comes from God, And preach thee too, as love knows how
Our land shall then indeed be free. By kindly words and virtuous life.

5.
Faith of our fathers! days of old
Within our hearts speak gallantly;
For ages thou hast stood by us,
Dear Faith and now wp'11 stand by th^e.
C!R 1913P.J.K.&S. 80.
The Faith, Divine And Strong".
Blest Is
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Aught that earth gives of best and brightest; Of God its hopeful watch is keeping,
Whose raptures thrill, like saints above, And grows into eternity.
Most when its earthly gifts are lightest. Like noiseless trees^when men are sleeping.
81. C.-'R 1913 P. J K. & S
60. HENRY,
Rev. H.T. Litt.D
Long Live The Pope!*
H. G. GA.NSS.
Maestoso.

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His signet is the Fisherman's; Then raise the chant.with heart andvoice,
No sceptre does he bear; In church and school and home-.
Tn meek and lowly majesty -Long live the Shepherd of the flock!
tie rules from Peter's Chair: Long live the Pope of Rome!"
And yet from ev'ry tribe and tongue, Almighty Father, bless his work,
From ev'ry clime and zone, Protect him in his ways,
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The glory of his throne And grant him'length of days'.' )

With kind permission of J. Fischer and Bro. owners of the copyright.


82,
PART SIXTH.

FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI.

THE BLESSED SACRAMENT.


A great solemnity has risen upon our earth; aFeastbothto God and men;
for it is who is present in the Sacred Host,
the Feast of Christ the Mediator,
that God may be given man, and man to God. Divine union.yes,such is the
to
dignity to which man is permitted to aspire-, and,to this aspiration, God has
responded, even here "below, by an invention which is all of heaven. It is to-day
that man celebrates this marvel of God's goodness.
The Office for the Feast of Corpus Christi, which was composed by St.
Thomas of Aquin, is one of exceptional beauty.The magnificence of these
. .

Hymns, and Psalms, and Antiphons, and Responsories. all of which are teeming
with genuine Catholic Spirit,—will furnish the Faithful with the best ma -
terials for contemplation, whereby to enlighten their minds and inflame their
hearts, during the whole Octave. They will be eager to adore that beautiful
King of glory, who is going to hold his court in the midst of His people,with
no other veil between Himself and them, than the light cloud of the sacra-
mental species Let the Faithful prefer to take wherewith to give utterance
. . .

to their sentiments, the formulas which the Church herself uses, when singing
to her Spouse, in the Sacred Banquet of His love: not only will they there
find poetry, doctrine and gracefulness of diction, but they will soon learn, by
experience, that like the divine food itself, those approved and sanctified
formulas suit every soul for these formulas of the Church adapt themselves
;

to the several dispositions and degrees of spiritual advancement, and thus


becomes to each one of her children, the fittest and warmest expression of
every want and desire.

From ccThe Liturgical Year'/by Abbot Gueranger, O.S.B.

See the Classified Index of hymns for this feast,mid hymns to the Blessed Sacrament.
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I adore Thee humbly, Thou hidden God,


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All my light in darkness, contemplating Thee
Lo! my heart lies prostrate to Loves mystery.

CHORUS.
Hail! Thou our true Shepherd be.
Jesus!
Inflame the faith uniting all who believe in Th^p

2.
Seeing, touching, tasting, fail in proving Thee:
But Thy word suffices, given sacredly.
Know we nothing truer ever can be heard,
Than the words of Jesus, Who is Truths own Word.

3.
On the cross was hidden Thy divinity.
But these veils hide likewise Thy humanity;
I, in both believing, offer my belief,

Praying for Thy pardon with the dying thief.

4.
Thy open wounds transfigured I may not behold.
But confess, with Thomas: Thou art Lord and God!
Grant my soul a burning faith; light it from above.
Be Thou all my treasure! Be Thou all my love!

5.
remembrance lasting of the Crucified
Living Bread sustaining those for whom He died!
Maxe me a consuming fire, drawing life from Thee!
Yield my soul Thy sweetness; let it taste and see.

Like a loving pelican, feed me, Jesus, Lord.


I am all unholy; wash me in Thy Blood,
In that Life-blood flowing o'er the world in pain.
Though a drop had cleansed it of its mighty stain.

7.
Jesus, Love, here present on the altar veiled,
Oh, fulfil my longing when Thou art revealed—
To behold the vision of Thy Holy Face
And be rapt forever in its perfect peace!

* KOSARY MAGAZINE, by courtesy of the Reverend Editor.

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On this festival divine Here, for empty shadows fled,
Which records the origin Is reality instead,
Of the glorious Eucharist. Here, instead of darkness, light.

5.
His own act, at supper seated,
Christ ordained to be repeated,
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clR 1913 P.J.K&S. 88.
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1 cannot compass all I have, He comes! He comes! Heav'n on earth!
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mystery of love divine! And thou, sun, shine bright this day!
1 cannot compass a>' I have; He comes! He comes! O Heav'n on earth!
For all Thou hast ana art are mine Our Jesus comes upon His way!
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UNTO THE ONE AND TRINAL LORD,
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Is Christ, the King of endless might, Thou resting-place of pilgrim hearts-
Erst carried in the Virgin's breast. Grant us to reach the heavenly goal.

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Here Let Me Kneel Before Thy Prison 68.
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Gone is my grief, all my sorrow is flown.
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Day is fading into gloom;
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Lead Thine exiled children home.

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With purity and inward peace. (Chorus) that only long to be likeThee.(CAor«s.

5.
Sweet Saviour,bless us, night is come;
Mary and Joseph near us be;
Good angels watch about our home,
And we are one day nearer Thee. (Chorus)
97. G/R.1913.B J.K.* S.
/O. Sweet Saviour! Bless Us Ere
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4. 6.
Do more than pardon; give us joy, For we love_the poor,the sad,
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And loving hearts without alloy, Oh, let Thy mercy make us glad;
That only long to be like Thee. Thou art our Jesus and our All.
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O gentle Jesus! be our light. gentle Jesus! be our li^ht.
C/ft 1813 E J. K.&S. 98
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We see Thee, and we know Thee, Lord; Tis God! 'Tis God! the very God
And yearn to shed our blood for Thee. Whose power both men and angels made!
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^7^7 Behold God's Angels Kneeling-.
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And lips their hymn in accent sweet Adore Him and receive Him,
Through which harmonious flow: Sanctus. And sing with loud acclaims: Sanctus.
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To the Twelve, all types completing. Faith an awful mystery learneth,
Gives Himself with His own hands. And must teach the soul afresh.

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WHAT THE SENSES FAIL TO SEE!
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PRAISE AND JUBILEE EXCEEDING
TO THE FATHER AND THE SON!
LET HOSANNAHS UPWARD SPEEDING
THROUGH THE ENDLESS AGES RUN!
AND TO HIM FROM BOTH PROCEEDING,
EQUAL BE THE HONOR DONE!
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PABT SEVENTH.

COMMUNION.
The thirsting- of man after God, the strong-, the living" God, that hungering'
for the feast of divine union are notempty ravings. Made partaker-of the divine
nature, as St Peter so strongly words the mystery, is it to be wondered at, if
man be conscious of it, and lets himself be drawn, by the uncreated flame,into
the very central Fire it came from to him? The Holy Spirit, too,is present
in his oreature,and is witness of what himself has produced there; he joins his
own testimonies to that of our own conscience, and tells our spirit thatwe are
truly, what we feel ourselves to be,... the sons of God. It is the same Holy Spirit
who, at one time opens to our soul's eye, by some sudden flash of light, the
future glory that awaits us, and then inspires us with a sentiment of antici-
pated triumph; and then, at another time, he breathes into us those unspeak-
able moanings, those songs of the exile, whose voice is choked with the hot tears
of love, for that his union with his God seems so long deferred. There are, too,
certain delicious hymns, which coming from the very depths of souls wounded
with divine love, make their way up to the throne of God; and the music is so
sweet to him, that it almost looks as though it had been victorious, and had
won the union! Such music of such souls does really win; if not the eternal
union,... for that could not be during this life of pilgrimage, and trial, and
it wins wonderful unions here below, which human language
tears,... still
has not the power to describe.
From ''The Liturgical Year'by Abbot Gueranger, O.S.B.

See the Classified Index for the Communion Hymns.


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In your breast, His chosen shrine." Bread of Angels from the sky.
5.
Ranged in shining ranks they hover
Round their earthly brother fair,
Happy that the heavenly Lover
Deigns their pilgrimage to share.
107. C|R 1913 P. J.K.&S.
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Ungrateful have I been to Thee dear Lord, Thou art all in aUto me, Jesus most dear.
Unworthy now to raise my eyes to Thee; Naught in this world can e'er attract memory
One word of pardon speak, my spirit healft shall be; I love Thee,dearest King,I love and Thee adore;
One wordof pardon speak, my spirit heald shall be. I love Thee, dearest King, I love and Thee adore.
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One Sweet Thought Comes Gently Stealing 82.
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Thou, Lord, art God most holy, Come and save me by Thy power,
Jesus dear, my King of kings! Jesus dear, my King of kings!
109. CJR 1913 P.J. JUbS.
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Since'Thou comest, Jesus,. Come, oh! come, sweet Saviour,
Now to be my guest, Come tome, and stay,
I can trust Thee always, For I want Thee, Jesus,
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All! what gift or pre s ent Take my body, Jesus,
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I have nothing worthy Never let them, Jesus,
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But Thou art my Shepherd Take my heart.and fill it,
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Take myself dear Jesus, All I have I give Thee,
All I have and am. Give Thyself to me
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85. Wondrous Theme Of Mortal Singing-.

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Though we feel it not nor see it', Though His Flesh as food abideth,
Living Faith that doth decree it, And His Blood as drink He hideth,
All defects of sense makes good. Undivided under each.

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These find Death and those find Heaven,*
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How the harvest djffereth!
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CR 1913P.J.K.&S. 112, Iitt.D
Jesus! Jesus! Come To Me.
Melody of B. M. J.
86.
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Oh! what rapture to be mine! Chorus.


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1 praise Thee, I extol Thee,
I love Thee, my Sire,
Till once in joy and glory,
In heavn I Thee admire.

C./R. 1913 J.P.K.& S. 114.


What Happiness Is Mine This Day 88
I. WILLIAMS. I. MULLER
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Grant me Thy love to ever know, Jesus, my heart I give to Thee;
My Saviour meek and mild. My dearest Lord, I'm Thine.
lio. C|R 1913 P. J.K.&S.
89. No One Needs Thee More Than T.

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All these chosen ones approach Thee I could do no good unaided,
As the dove to covert fly, It were worse than vain to try,
I am utterly unworthy, Come Thyself to me, sweet Jesus!
"No one needs Thee more than I" "No one needs Thee more than I"
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Sins unnumbered, unatoned for, Thou didst leave the Father's bosom
Have made havoc in my soul, To reclaim and save the lost;
And against me stands, as witness: Thou didst take upon Thee freely
The recording angels roll; Our redemptions awful cost.
All untilled has been my vineyard, Thou Thyself hast called me to Thee,
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I shall rest eternally. Strengthened by the Bread of Life.

C/R 1913 P.J. K.&S.


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c/R 1913 P.J.K.&S. 118.
Bread Of Angels, Lamb Of God. 92.
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C/R. 1913 P. J. K. & S. 119-


93. In My Heart, My Jesus Finds A Resting: Place.

I. WILLIAMS. .
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CJR 1913 P.J.K.& S. 120.


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(Anima Christi.)'
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121. C/R 1913 P. J. K.&Si


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I. WILLIAMS.
O Day Of Happiness Undying!

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know; Sweet peace and heav'n -iy joy and sav - ing grac es -

Eyes, That one day I shall fly to Thee in Par - a -

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What greater boon could Jesus give ? Meet and unite in sweet embrace .

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O Bread Of Heaven! 97
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Who our reward shalt be for aye;
Our glory be withThee to stay
Through endless ages of theDay.
c|r dolphin press. 126.
PART EIGHTH.

THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS


To this material world, which the soul of man was intended to make sub-
serve its Maker's glory, to this world, which, by a sad perversion, kept mans
soul a slave to his senses and passions,. the Holy Ghost sent a marvelous
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power, which, like a resistless lever, would replace the world in its right position:
it was the Sacred Heart of Jesus; a Heart of flesh, like that of other human beings,
from whose created throbbings there would ascend to the eternal Father an ex-
pression of love, which would be a homage infinitely pleasing to the infinite
Majesty, because there was in that love of that human Heart the dignity of its
union with the Word. It is a harp of sweetest melody, that is ever vibrating un-
der the touch of the Spirit of Love; it gathers up into its own music,the music
of all creation, whose imperfections it corrects, and supplies its deficiencies,
and tunes aU discordant voices into unity, and so offers to the glorious Trin-
ity a hymn of perfect praise. The Trinity finds its delight in this Heart. It is
the only organum as Saint Gertrude caUs it, the one only instrument which
finds acceptance with the Most High. Through it, must pass all the inflamed
praises of the burning Seraphim, just as must do the humble homage paid to
God by inanimate creation. By it alone are to come upon this world the favors
of Heaven It is the mystic ladder between man and God, the channel of all
graces,- the way whereby man ascends to God, and God descends to man.
Yxom'The Liturgical Yearly Abbot Gueranger,O.S.B.

See the Classified Index for the Hymns to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
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Hear The Heart Of Jesus Pleading.
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Let us live and die in Thee, (bis.)
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Gather Thy children 'neath the wings of love :

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Sacred Heart! what bliss, what thrilling rapture
Eer to rest near Thee on Thine own bright shore-,
Ever to gazenpon Thy beaming splendor,
Never to part —
to weep, to mourn no more.(7>/6.)
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