Category Archives: Trinity Sunday (Sunday after Pentecost)

O God Of Life Whose Power Benign

This is the text as it appears in  Hymns Ancient and Modern (1867): O God of Life, Whose Power benign Doth o’er the world in mercy shine, Accept our praise, for we are Thine. O Father, all-creating(1) Lord, Be Thou … Continue reading

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Blest Trinity, From Mortal Sight

This hymn was used for Lauds on Trinity Sunday in the Paris Breviary (1736).  This is the text as it appears in  Hymns Ancient and Modern (1867): Blest Trinity, from mortal sight Veiled in Thine Own eternal Light, We Thee … Continue reading

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All Hail, Adorèd Trinity !

This hymn originated in the Anglo-Saxon Church prior to the Norman Invasion. It has come to be used for Trinity Sunday. This is the text as it appears in  Hymns Ancient and Modern (1867): All hail, Adorèd Trinity! All hail, … Continue reading

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Ave Colenda Trinitas

This hymn originated in the Anglo-Saxon Church prior to the Norman Invasion. It has come to be used for Trinity Sunday. Ave, Colenda Trinitas! Ave, Perennis Unitas! Pater Deus, Nate Deus, Et Deus Alme Spiritus! Hæc Tibi nunc gratuita Depromimus … Continue reading

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O Pater Sancte Mitis Atque Pie

This hymn was used for Lauds on Trinity Sunday in the Sarum Breviary. O Pater Sancte mitis atque pie, O Iesu Christe Fili venerande, Paracliteque Spiritus, O Alme Deus æterne. Trinitas Sancta, Unitasque firma, Deitas vera, Bonitas immensa, Lux angelorum, … Continue reading

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Adesto Sancta Trinitas

This hymn was used for Vespers and Matins on Trinity Sunday in the Sarum Breviary. Adesto Sancta Trinitas, Par splendor, una Deitas, Qui extas rerum omnium Sine fine principium. Te cælorum militia Laudat, adorat, prædicat, Triplexque mundi machina Benedicit per … Continue reading

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O Thou Who Dwellest Bright On High

This hymn was used for Lauds on Trinity Sunday in the Paris Breviary (1736). This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns of the Primitive Church. O thou who dwellest bright on high, Thou ever-blessed Trinity! … Continue reading

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