Category Archives: Morning Prayer/Lauds

In Passione Domini

This hymn was used for Lauds on the Feast of the Image of the Lord the Savior in the Sarum Breviary. In passione domini Qua datur Salus homini, Sit mentis* refrigerium Et cordis desiderium. Portemus in memoria **Dolores et opprobria … 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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Tu Christe Nostrum Gaudium

This hymn was used for Lauds on the Solemnity of the Ascension in the Sarum Breviary. Tu Christe nostrum gaudium Manens Olympo* præditum, Mundo regis Qui fabricam Mundana vincens gaudia. Hinc Te precantes quæsumus, Ignosce culpis omnibus, Et corda sursum … Continue reading

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Iesu, Quadragenariæ

This hymn was used for Lauds from the Third Sunday of Lent to Passion Sunday in the Sarum Breviary. This is the text as it appears in the Sarum Breviary: Iesu, quadragenariæ* Dicator abstinentiæ, Qui ob salutem mentium Hoc sanxeras … Continue reading

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A Patre Unigenitus

This hymn was used for Lauds on Epiphany in the Sarum Breviary. A Patre Unigenitus Ad nos venit per Virginem, Baptisma cruce consecrans: Cunctos fideles generans. E* cælo celsus prodiit: Suscepit** formam hominis: Facturam morte redimens, Gaudia vitæ largiens. Hoc … Continue reading

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Oh, That Day Of Wrath Dismaying

This is the traditional Sequence hymn for the Requiem Mass (Extraordinary Form).In the Ordinary Form, it has been retained and sung optionally in three sections for Office of Readings, Lauds and Vespers during the weekdays of the 34th Week of … Continue reading

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Christ Is Our Corner-Stone, On Him Alone We Build

This hymn is used for Lauds in the Common of the Dedication of a Church in both Forms. It was used for Nocturns for the Common of the Dedication of a Church in the Paris Breviary of 1736. This is the … Continue reading

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