Category Archives: The Most Holy Name of Jesus (Jan. 3)

To The Name Of Our Salvation

This hymn was used in some regional breviaries for the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. According to Hymns Ancient and Modern the source was the Liège Breviary, but according to the Thesaurus Hymnologicus and The Latin Hymn Writers … Continue reading

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Gloriosi Salvatoris

This hymn was used in some regional breviaries for the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. According to Hymns Ancient and Modern the source was the Liège Breviary, but according to the Thesaurus Hymnologicus and The Latin Hymn Writers … Continue reading

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Jesu! The Very Thought Is Sweet!

This hymn is used on The Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus/Sweetest Name of Jesus in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary and the Sarum Breviary for Vespers and Matins respectively.  This is the text as it … Continue reading

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Special Doxolgies For Breviary Hymns (Roman Breviary)

Fr. Britt provides a list of the special doxologies used in the Breviary hymns for various seasons of the Church year in his book. The entire section with his explanation, the Latin text and an English translation is presented here … Continue reading

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Iesu Dulcis Memoria (Breviary)

This hymn is used on The Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary as marked below. Part I is used for Vespers, Part II for Matins, and Part III for Lauds. … Continue reading

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O Jesu! Thou The Beauty Art

This hymn is used for Lauds on the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary. This is the original text as it appears in Lyra Catholica, 1849: O Jesu! Thou the … Continue reading

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O Jesu! King Most Wonderful

This hymn is sung for Matins on the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary. This is the original text as it appears in Lyra Catholica, 1849: O Jesu! King most … Continue reading

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