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Be Present, Holy Father

This is an evening hymn by Prudentius entitled “Hymnus Ante Somnium” (Hymn Before Sleep). John Mason Neale translated a portion of this lengthy hymn as a Sunday evening hymn. This is the text of this hymn as it appears in … Continue reading

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Christ, Being Rais’d From Death Of Yore

This hymn is for Sunday. John Mason Neale lists it as a hymn for Sunday Morning. This is the text of this hymn as it appears in the 1856 edition of John Mason Neale’s Hymnal Noted, expanded edition (1854): Christ, … Continue reading

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When In Silence And In Shade

Hymns and Carols of Christmas lists it as a Christmas hymn. Neale’s Hymnal Noted lists it as a hymn for Sunday morning. This is the text of this hymn as it appears in the 1856 edition of John Mason Neale’s … Continue reading

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Quando Noctis Medium

This is the full text of this hymn as it appears in Mone’s Hymni Latini Medii Ævi. It is under the title “De Vita Christi.” Hymns and Carols of Christmas lists it as a Christmas hymn. Neale’s Hymnal Noted lists … Continue reading

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In Our Common Celebration

This is the text of this hymn as it appears in the 1856 edition of John Mason Neale’s Hymnal Noted, expanded edition (1854). It is listed in that hymnal as a hymn for Sunday Morning: In our common celebration, Thanks … Continue reading

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Omnes Una Celebremus

This hymn is for Sundays. Here is the text of this hymn as it appears in the Elucidatorium Ecclesiasticum, Ad Officium Ecclesiæ Pertinentia Planius Exponens, Et Quatuor Libros Complectens (1519): Omnes una celebremus, Celebrando veneremur Christi nunc solennia. Ecce dies … Continue reading

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Thou Brightness Of The Father’s Ray

This hymn is used for Lauds on Mondays throughout the year in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Breviary. It is used for Lauds on Mondays of Weeks I & III during Ordinary Time in the Ordinary Form. It was … Continue reading

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