Category Archives: Latin Hymns

Si Vis Vere Gloriari

This is the sequence hymn from The Feast of the Crown of the Lord or the Feast of the Crown of Thorns, which has been observed in various regions on various days. In Spain, Germany and Scandinavia it was traditionally … Continue reading

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Nunc Tandem Lacrimis Pone Modum Tuis

This hymn is for St. Bathildis, Queen of France and Foundress of the Benedictine House at Chelles (January 30). This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Nunc tandem lacrimis pone modum tuis, Suspirata … Continue reading

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Curas Imperii Iusta Necessitas

This hymn is for St. Bathildis, Queen of France and Foundress of the Benedictine House at Chelles (January 30). This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Curas imperii iusta necessitas Bathildi imposuit: nunc … Continue reading

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Concordes Animæ, Fœdere Quas Pius

This hymn is for St. Bathildis, Queen of France and Foundress of the Benedictine House at Chelles (January 30). This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Concordes animæ, fœdere quas pius Agno sponsat … Continue reading

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Totum Per Orbem, Christe, Iubes Crucis

This hymn is for St. Bartholomew (August 24). This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Totum per orbem, Christe, iubes crucis Regnare lignum: protinus exteras, Secura regnantum furoris, Turba petit duodena terras. Qua … Continue reading

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Castæ Parentis Ubera

This hymn was written on the theme of the Virgin Mary giving milk to Christ. This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Castæ parentis ubera, O Christe, quid gaudens premis? Divinitatis hospitam Quid … Continue reading

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Stupete Cælestis Chori

This hymn was written on the theme of the Virgin Mary giving milk to Christ. This is the original text as it appears in Fr. Coffin’s Complete Works (1755): Stupete, cælestes chori: Qui cuncta pascit ac fovet, Cibus perennis Cælitum, … Continue reading

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