Category Archives: The Most Holy Five Wounds Of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Prome Vocem, Mens, Canoram

This hymn was used for Vespers I & II and Nocturns on the Feast of the Five Wounds of Christ (the Friday following Ash Wednesday) in the Paris Breviary (1736). Prome vocem, mens, canoram, Plange tristi carmine, Dic Crucifixi Dolores, … 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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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

Posted in 4. Our Lord Jesus Christ Carries His Cross, Edward Caswall, English Translation of Non-English Hymn, Evening Prayer / Vespers, Holy Week, Hymns By The Greats, Jesus Christ Our Lord, Lent, Major Feasts, Non-English Hymns, Passion Offices/Office of the Instruments of the Passion, Passion Sunday (EF), Roman Breviary, Saints of the Church (Canonized or Beatified), St. Venantius Honorius Fortunatus, The Church Year, The Cross, The Elevation Of The Holy Cross (September 14), The Holy Rosary, The Liturgy of Hours/Breviary, The Most Holy Five Wounds Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Passion, The Sorrowful Mysteries | 1 Comment

Now My Soul Thy Voice Upraising

This hymn was used for Vespers I & II on the Feast of the Five Wounds of Christ in the Paris Breviary (1736). Now, my soul, thy voice upraising, Tell in sweet and mournful strain How the Crucified, enduring Grief, … Continue reading

Posted in 2. The Scourging of Our Lord Jesus Christ at the Pillar, English Translation of Non-English Hymn, Evening Prayer / Vespers, Good Friday, Henry W. Baker, Holy Week, Hymns By The Greats, Jesus Christ Our Lord, John Chandler, Lent, Non-English Hymns, Paris Breviary, Passion Offices/Office of the Instruments of the Passion, The Church Year, The Devotional Offices, The Holy Rosary, The Liturgy of Hours/Breviary, The Most Holy Five Wounds Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Passion, The Sorrowful Mysteries, The Wounds of Christ | 1 Comment