Tag Archives: English Translations of Non-English Hymns

God Ended All The World’s Array

This hymn is on the days of creation. The last thirteen stanzas are used as a hymn in and of themselves. John Mason Neale translates a portion of this hymn as a hymn for Saturday evening in his Hymnal Noted … Continue reading

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O What Their Joy And Their Glory Must Be

According to In Liturgy and Song, this hymn was written by Peter Abelard for Vespers I of Sunday on Saturday evening in the Hymnarius Paraclitensis, but the song has more recently become associated with the Solemnity of All Saints on November … Continue reading

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Thou, Heav’nly, New Jerusalem

This hymn is used for Vespers & Matins for the Common of the Dedication of a Church in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary and for Vespers of the same Office in the Ordinary Form. Fr. Britt indicates this … Continue reading

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Thee, O Christ, The Father’s Splendour

This hymn is used for the Vespers & Matins on the Feast of St. Michael (Sept. 29) in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary . It is used for Lauds on the same Feast in the Ordinary Form. I … Continue reading

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Be Present, Holy Trinity

This hymn was used for Vespers and Matins on Trinity Sunday in the Sarum Breviary. This is the original text of this hymn as it appears in John Mason Neale’s Hymnal Noted (1851): Be present, Holy Trinity: Like splendour, and One … Continue reading

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Jesu, Redemption All Divine

This hymn is used for Vespers and Lauds on the Solemnity of the Ascension in the Extraordinary form of the Roman Breviary. It is used for Vespers in the Ordinary Form on the same feast. It was used for Lauds … Continue reading

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Now Christ Ascending Whence He Came

This hymn is sung for Matins on Pentecost in the Extraordinary form of the Roman Breviary. It is used for Terce on Pentecost in the Ordinary Form. It was used  also used for Pentecost in the Sarum Breviary. Part I … Continue reading

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