Category Archives: Times of Day

Soil Not Thy Plumage Gentle Dove

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Matthew Bridges’ 1852 hymnal Hymns of the Heart, For the Use of Catholics. It is listed under the title “Address of a Christian to his soul at sunrise”: … Continue reading

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Surgentes Ad Te Domine

This hymn is used as a hymn for the middle of the night in the old Hymnarium of the Mozarabic Breviary.  This is the text as it appears in the Hymnarium: Surgentes ad te Domine Atre noctis silentio, Vigiliis obsequiis … Continue reading

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Ihesu Defensor Omnium

This hymn is used as a hymn for the middle of the night in the old Hymnarium of the Mozarabic Breviary.  This is the text as it appears in the Hymnarium: Ihesu defensor omnium Protector et mirabilis, Sueta noctis advenit … Continue reading

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Quod Convolutis Artubus

This hymn is used as a hymn for the middle of the night in the old Hymnarium of the Mozarabic Breviary.  Quod convolutis artubus Somno gravatis torpunt Delumens in somnio Turpique fluxu in semine: Fusis Pater piissime Expostulamus fletibus, Ut … Continue reading

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Tempus Sopori Congruum

This hymn is used as a hymn for bedtime in the old Hymnarium of the Mozarabic Breviary.  Tempus sopori congruum Adest, quies sit temporum, Stratum rigemus lacrimis, Lectum labemus fletibus. Precelleamur simbolo, Succedat hinc oratio; Hinc osculantes invicem Armemur ipsi … Continue reading

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Inventor Rutilis Dux Bone Luminis

This hymn was used for Vespers I on Sundays in Ordinary Time (Weeks after Epiphany and Pentecost) in the Mozarabic Breviary – except where noted on another hymn. Inventor rutilis dux bone luminis, Qui certis vicibus tempora dividis, Merso sole … Continue reading

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God That Madest Earth And Heaven

This is the original text of this hymn as it appeared in the 1827 Hymns adapted to the Weekly Service of the Church Year. It was originally written for use as an evening hymn. God that madest Earth and Heaven, … Continue reading

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