Category Archives: St. Ambrose

Jesu, The Virgins’ Crown, Do Thou

This hymn is used for Vespers and Lauds in the Common of a Virgins in the Both Forms of the Roman Breviary (Though in the Ordinary Form it’s use for Lauds is for Multiple Virgins only). It was also used for Lauds … Continue reading

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God Eternal, Lord Of All

This hymn is a translations/paraphrase of the Te Deum,  the great hymn of praise and thanksgiving of the Church. It has been attributed alternately to Nicetas of Remesiana and St. Ambrose. This is the full, original text as far as … Continue reading

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Christe Qui Lux Es Et Dies

This is an ancient Compline hymn for Lent sometimes attributed to St. Ambrose. This hymn was used for Compline during Lent in the Sarum Breviary. This is the text as it appears in the Sarum Breviary: Christe qui lux es … Continue reading

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Deus Creator Omnium

This hymn was used as the hymn for Vespers I of Sunday (Saturday Evening) in the Sarum Breviary during the weeks following Epiphany. This is the text as it appears in the Sarum Breviary: Deus Creator omnium Polique Rector, vestiens … Continue reading

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This Holy Morn, So Fair And Bright

This hymn is  used for Lauds in Eastertide from Low Sunday (Divine Mercy Sunday) until Ascension in the Extraordinary form of the Roman Breviary. This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns of the Primitive … Continue reading

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Almighty God Thy Throne Above

This hymn is used for None on Sundays and Weekdays throughout the year in the Extraordinary form and the Ordinary Form of the Roman Breviary. This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns of the Primitive Church. … Continue reading

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Oh God Of Truth Almighty Lord

This hymn is used for Sext on Sundays and Weekdays throughout the year in the Extraordinary form and the Ordinary Form of the Roman Breviary. This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns of the Primitive Church. … Continue reading

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