Te Gestientem Gaudiis

This hymn is used for II Vespers on the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary/Our Lady of Victory in the Extraordinary Form. It is used for Vespers & Lauds on the same Feast in the Ordinary Form.

Te gestientem gaudiis,
Te sauciam doloribus,
Te iugi amictam gloria,
O Virgo Mater, pangimus.

Ave, redundans gaudio
Dum concipis, dum visitas,
Et edis, offers, invenis,
Mater beata, Filium,

Ave, dolens, et intimo
In corde agonem, verbera,
Spinas, crucemque Filii
Perpessa, princeps martyrum.

Ave, in triumphis Filii,
In ignibus Paracliti,
In regni honore et lumine,
Regina fulgens gloria.

Venite gentes, carpite
Ex his rosas mysteriis,
Et pulchri amoris inclitæ
Matri coronas nectite.

Iesu, tibi sit gloria,
Qui natus es de Virgine,
Cum Patre et almo Spiritu,
In sempiterna sæcula. Amen.

Words: Fr. Augustine Ricchini, O.P., 1757.
Tune:Te Gestientem Gaudiis” Gregorian Chant, Mode II.
Meter: 88.88

This hymn has been translated into English as the following:
The Gladness of Thy Motherhood

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