Category Archives: Chant Tone Unknown

Iam Morte Victor Obruta

This hymn is used for Lauds on the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary/Our Lady of Victory in the Extraordinary Form. Iam morte, victor, obruta Ab inferis Christus redit, Fractisque culpæ vinculis, Cæli recludit limina. Visus satis mortalibus Ascendit … Continue reading

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Lux O Decora Patriæ

This hymn is used for Lauds the Feast of Sts. Cyril and Methodius in the Extraordinary Form. Lux o decora patriæ Slavisque amica gentibus, Salvete, fratres: annuo Vos efferemus cantico: Quos Roma plaudens excipit, Complexa mater filios, Auget corona præsulum, … Continue reading

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Ad Templa Nos Rursus Vocat

This hymn was used for Lauds on Sunday in the Paris Breviary. Ad templa nos rursus vocat Surgentis auroræ nitor, Novasque pro læto monet Referre grates munere. At victor auroram suo Fulgore Christus obruit: Huic, magna cuius pars sumus, Iuvat … Continue reading

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Iussu Tyranni Pro Fide

This is a hymn for the Feast of St. John the Evangelist. Iussu Tyranni pro fide Pulsus, Iohannes, exulas: Fertur volatu libero Mens celsa supra sidera. Illic revelat se tibi Qui mortuus vivit Deus; Agnus salutis hostia, Et morte devicta … Continue reading

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Quæ Dixit, Egit, Pertulit

This hymn was used for the Feast of St. John the Evangelist in the Cluniac Breviary. Quæ dixit, egit, pertulit Verbum Dei Caro factum Scriptis viri cælestibus Tres illa mundo nuntiant:— Sublimis omnes transvolat Et raptus ad Sedem Patris, Quod … Continue reading

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O Qui Tuo, Dux Martyrum

This hymn was used for Matins on the Feast of St. Stephen in the Paris Breviary. O qui tuo, dux Martyrum, Præfers coronam nomine, Non de caducis floribus Tibi coronam nectimus. Tuo cruenta sanguine, Quam saxa fulgent pulchrius Aptata sacro … Continue reading

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Belli Tumultus Ingruit

According to Fr. Caswall, this comes from the Responsory of St. Pius V. An indulgence was attached to its recitation by His Holiness, Pope Pius VII in 1801. Belli tumultus ingruit, Cultus Dei contemnitur; Ultrixque culpam persequens Iam pœna terris … Continue reading

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