Iesu Redemptor Omnium

This hymn is used for Vespers and Matins in the Common of a Confessor and Bishop in the Extraordinary Form. It is used for Vespers in the Common of Holy Men for one saint in the Ordinary Form.

Iesu Redemptor omnium,
Perpes corona Praesulum,
In hac die clementius
Nostris faveto precibus.

Tui sacri qua nominis
Confessor almus claruit;
Huius celebrat annua
Devota plebs solemnia.

Qui rite mundi gaudia
Huius caduca respuens,
Cum Angelis caelestibus
Laetus potitur praemiis.

Huius benignus annue
Nobis sequi vestigia:
Huius precatu servulis
Dimitte noxam criminis.

Sit Christe rex piissime
Tibi, Patrique gloria,
Cum Spiritu Paraclito;
Et nunc et in perpetuum. Amen.

Words: Anonymous Latin, 8th C.
Tune: “Iesu Redemptor Omnium” Gregorian Chant, Mode VIII, traditional.
Meter: 88.88

The hymn takes the following form in Pope Urban VIII’s 1632 reform of the Breviary:

Iesu Redemptor omnium,
Perpes corona praesulum,
In hac die clementius
Indulgeas precantibus:

Tui sacri qua nominis
Confessor almus claruit;
Huius celebrat annua
Devota plebs solemnia.

Qui rite mundi gaudia
Huius caduca respuens,
Aeternitatis praemio
Potitur inter angelos.

Huius benignus annue
Nobis sequi vestigia:
Huius precatu servulis
Dimitte noxam criminis.

Sit, Christe Rex piissime,
Tibi, Patrique gloria,
Cum Spiritu Paraclito,
Nunc, et per omne saeculum. Amen.

This hymn has been translated into English as the following:
Redeemer blest of all who live!

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