Tag Archives: Christian Hope

Safe Home, Safe Home in Port!

This hymn is a cento of  Canon 1 at Orthros on the feast of St. John Climacus (Mar. 30) in the Byzantine Liturgy. Here is the original text as it appears in the first edition of Hymns of the Eastern … Continue reading

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Faith Is The Dawning Of A Day

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Matthew Bridges’ 1852 hymnal The Passion of Jesus: A Collection of Original Pieces Corresponding with the Five Sorrowful Mysteries in the Rosary of Our Blessed Lady. It is … Continue reading

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Father Of All— We Fain Would Say,

This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in Matthew Bridges’ 1852 hymnal The Passion of Jesus: A Collection of Original Pieces Corresponding with the Five Sorrowful Mysteries in the Rosary of Our Blessed Lady. It is … Continue reading

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Lord, Have Mercy, And Remove Us

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 on the Twentieth Sunday after Trinity Sunday. Lord, have mercy, … Continue reading

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How Shalt Thou Bear The Cross That Now

This is the full, original text from an 1852 edition of Fr. Faber’s hymnal Jesus and Mary. It is listed under the title “The Eternal Years.” in that hymnal: How shalt thou bear the Cross that now So dread a … Continue reading

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Lord! We Sit And Cry To Thee

This is the text of this hymn as it appeared in the 1827 Hymns adapted to the Weekly Service of the Church Year. It was used in that hymnal for Quinquagesima Sunday. Lord! we sit and cry to Thee, Like … Continue reading

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Oh God! By Whom The Seed Is Given

This is the text of this hymn as it appeared in the 1827 Hymns adapted to the Weekly Service of the Church Year. It was used in that hymnal for Sexagesima Sunday. Oh God! by whom the seed is given; … Continue reading

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