Category Archives: The Wounds of Christ

Quæ Te Pro Populi Criminibus Nova

This hymn was used for Lauds on the Feast of the Five Wounds of Christ (the Friday following Ash Wednesday) in the Paris Breviary (1736). Quæ te pro populi criminibus nova Insontem properat perdere caritas? Quid non pro misera gente … Continue reading

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Prome Vocem, Mens, Canoram

This hymn was used for Vespers I & II and Nocturns on the Feast of the Five Wounds of Christ (the Friday following Ash Wednesday) in the Paris Breviary (1736). Prome vocem, mens, canoram, Plange tristi carmine, Dic Crucifixi Dolores, … Continue reading

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Hail Wounds! Which Through Eternal Years

This hymn is used for Lauds on the Feast of the Precious Blood in the Extraordinary Form. It is also used for Lauds on the Friday after the Fourth Sunday in Lent, for the Office of the Instruments of the Passion.  Hail … Continue reading

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Summi Regis Cor Aveto

This hymn forms part VI of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Heart of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux, although more recently it has been attributed to Arnulph of … Continue reading

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Salve Salus Mea Deus

This hymn forms part V of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Breast of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux, although more recently it has been attributed to Arnulph of … Continue reading

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Salve Iesu, Summe Bonus

This hymn forms part IV of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Side of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux, although more recently it has been attributed to Arnulph of … Continue reading

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Salve, Salve Iesu Bone

This hymn forms part III of the poem “Salve Mundi Salutare” and is dedicated to the Hands of Jesus. Traditionally this hymn has been attributed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux, although more recently it has been attributed to Arnulph of … Continue reading

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