Category Archives: Terce

Memento Salutis Auctor

This hymn is used for Terce, Sext, None and Compline in the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Memento, salutis Auctor, Quod nostri quondam corporis, Ex illibata Virgine Nascendo, formam sumpseris. Maria, mater gratiæ, Mater misericordiæ, Tu nos ab … Continue reading

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Remember, O Creator Lord!

This hymn is used for Terce, Sext, None and Compline in the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Remember, O Creator Lord! That in the Virgin’s sacred womb Thou wast conceiv’d, and of her flesh Didst our mortality assume. … Continue reading

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Iam Christus Astra Ascenderat

This hymn is sung for Matins on Pentecost in the Extraordinary form. It is used for Terce on Pentecost in the Ordinary Form. Iam Christus astra ascenderat, Reversus unde venerat, Promissum Patris munere Sanctum daturus Spiritum. Solemnis urgebat Dies, Quo … Continue reading

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Hail Solomon’s Throne

This hymn is used for Terce in the Little Office of the Immaculate Conception. Hail, Solomon’s Throne! Pure Ark of the Law! Fair Rainbow! and Bush Which the Patriarch saw! Hail, Gedeon’s Fleece! Hail, blossoming Rod! Samson’s sweet Honeycomb! Portal … Continue reading

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Nunc Sancte Nobis Spiritus

This hymn is used for Terce on Sundays and Weekdays throughout the year in the Extraordinary form and the Ordinary Form. Nunc, Sancte, nobis Spiritus, Unum Patri cum Filio, Dignare promptus ingeri Nostro refusus pectori. Os, lingua, mens, sensus, vigor Confessionem … Continue reading

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Come, Holy Ghost, And Through Each Heart

This hymn is used for Terce on Sundays and Weekdays throughout the year in the Extraordinary form and the Ordinary Form. Come, Holy Ghost, and through each heart In thy full flood of glory pour; Who, with the Son and Father, … Continue reading

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Above The Starry Spheres

This hymn is sung for Matins on Pentecost in the Extraordinary form. It is used for Terce on Pentecost in the Ordinary Form. This is Fr. Caswall’s original text of this hymn as it appeared in the 1849 Lyra Catholica: … Continue reading

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