Category Archives: Holy Thursday

Jesus Who For Me Betrayed

This is the text of this hymn as it appeared in the Second Edition of William Chatterton Dix’s “Altar Songs.” He gives it the heading “Day of Institution. In the Same Night.” Jesus, Who for me betrayed, God, a captive … Continue reading

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Jesu, We Laud And Worship Thee

This is the text of this hymn as it appeared in the Second Edition of William Chatterton Dix’s “Altar Songs.” He gives it the heading “Day of Institution. An Eucharistic Meditation.” Jesu, we laud and worship Thee, The veiled Incarnate … Continue reading

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Sing, My Tongue, The Saviour’s Glory (Aquinas)

This hymn is one of the most beloved of the Church. It is used as the hymn for I & II Vespers on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, it is sung on Holy Thursday, and the last two verses, the … Continue reading

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Venit E Cælo Mediator Alto

This hymn is a hymn for Lauds on the Friday after Septuagesima Sunday, dedicated to the Prayer of Our Lord Jesus Christ on Mount Olivet. The text comes from the Office of the Instruments of the Passion, or the Passion … Continue reading

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See From On High, Array’d In Truth

This hymn is a hymn for Vespers and Matins on the Friday after Septuagesima Sunday, dedicated to the Prayer of Our Lord Jesus Christ on Mount Olivet. The text comes from the Office of the Instruments of the Passion, or the … Continue reading

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Au Sang Qu’Un Dieu Va Répandre

Au sang qu’un Dieu va répandre, Ah! mêlez du moins vos pleurs, Chrétiens, qui venez entendre Le récit de ses douleurs. Puisque c’est pour vos offenses Que ce Dieu souffre aujourd’hui, Animés par ses souffrances, Vivez et mourez pour lui. Dans un jardin solitaire Il … Continue reading

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Daily Daily Sing To Mary

This hymn seems to have a rather complex history regarding the translation. I am not sure what the original text looked like or which of the versions is most accurate, so here is the text as it appeared in the … Continue reading

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