Category Archives: Passion Sunday (EF)

Dum Spargit Aram Sanguine

This hymn was used for Vespers I & II and Nocturns for the Feast of the Compassion of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Friday following Passion Sunday)  in the Paris Breviary (1736). Dum spargit aram sanguine Iesus salutis hostia, Præsens doloris … Continue reading

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Dum Christe Confixus Cruci

This hymn was used for Lauds for Passiontide  (Passion Week & Holy Week)  in the Paris Breviary (1736). Dum, Christe, confixus cruci Agis supremos spiritus, Fas nos salubri figere Intenta ligno lumina. Anguis veneno perfidi Inflicta nobis vulnera, Pendentis e … Continue reading

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Opprobriis Iesu Satur

This hymn was used for Nocturns for Passiontide  (Passion Week & Holy Week)  in the Paris Breviary (1736). Opprobriis, Iesu, satur, Ligni fatiscens pondere, Ferale, verus Isaac, Mactandus ascendis iugum. Clavis statim trabalibus Fixus manus, fixus pedes, Sublime terris omnibus … Continue reading

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Fando Quis Audivit Dei

This hymn was used for Vespers I for Passion Sunday & Palm Sunday  in the Paris Breviary (1736). Fando quis audivit, Dei Quis grande dicat brachium? Perculsa mens confunditur; Stupet fides, vox deficit. Ab orbe, Iesu, condito Occisus Agnus, nunc … Continue reading

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Sing, My Tongue, The Saviour’s Glory

Fr. Caswall indicates in the Lyra Catholica that this hymn is for Passion Sunday Matins and Lauds as well as Good Friday liturgy (see notes in asterisks below). He also indicates that this is also used for Vespers on Friday … Continue reading

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Pange Lingua Gloriosi Prœlium Certaminis

Fr. Caswall indicates in the Lyra Catholica that this hymn is for Passion Sunday Matins and Lauds as well as Good Friday liturgy (see notes in Fr. Caswall’s translation – the second one listed at the bottom of this page). … Continue reading

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Forth Comes The Standard Of The King

Fr. Caswall indicates in the Lyra Catholica that this hymn is for Passion Sunday Vespers. He also indicates that this is also used for Vespers on Friday after the Third Sunday in Lent for the Passion Offices in honor of … Continue reading

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