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THE GLORY OF

GOD OUR FATHER
TO

WHOM

BE NEVER-ENDING PRAISE

ADORATION

AND THANKSGIVING
ON EARTH AND

AMEN

IN

HEAVEN

LETTER OF HIS HOLINESS POPE LEO

XIII.

(Translation.)

To Our beloved Son Henry Duke

of Norfolk.

Dearly beloved Son,
"We wish to make known
been to

Us

Hymns, which you
religion in

to

you how gratifying

to receive the First Part of the

Book

it

has

of Sacred

are engaged in pubHshing for the welfare of

England.

The Church, no

doubt, has always kept, and wishes

maintain everywhere, the language of her Liturgy

;

still

to

and, before

the sad and violent changes of the sixteenth century, this elo-

quent and effective symbol of unity of faith and communion of
the faithful was, as you know, cherished in England not less

But

than elsewhere.
e as

has never been regarded by the Holy

this

incompatible with the use of popular

anguage of each country.

hymns

Such hymns, moreover, are

to familiarize the people with the great truths of faith,

in the

useful

and

to

keep alive their devotion.

Your undertaking, dearly beloved Son,

We

worthy, and

We

bless your efforts.

is

therefore praise-

see therein a fresh]

added to so many others, of the zeal which you at all|
times show for the progress of the faith in your country ,proof,

in that

England which

welfare especially
of

Our

is

is

so dear to Us, and whose spiritual!

the constant object of

Our prayers and]

apostolic solicitude.

As a token

of

Our

fatherly affection, receive, dearly belovedj

Son, the Blessing which

We give

to

you and to your

fellow-

Editor.

From

the Vatican, June 8th, 1898.

LEO

XIII.,

POPE.

PREFACE.

THEandsin^ng

of spiritual praises, both in the Latin
in the vernacular, has been in all ages the

language

common

This is proved by the
practice of Catholic Christendom.
existence of thousands of hymns, coming dov^^n from very
early times, and is confirmed by the letter of Pope Leo XI IL
attached to this Volume.

To perpetuate this ancient Catholic devotional exercise, the
Editors of Arundel Hymns have gathered together the most
representative anthology they could collect of popularly-used
Latin hymns, together with a large selection of English hymns
by Catholic writers, which are duly set out here in such order
as to illustrate the great truths of the Catholic Faith.
Care has been taken in the selection of both words and music,
and an attempt made to raise the standard above much that
has been published before, so as to meet to some extent the
general elevation of literary and musical education.

As this Hymn Book is intended for the use of Catholics, the
Editors have thought it well to limit their selection of words
In a few cases they have
to the works of Catholic writers.
adopted excellent translations made from Catholic originals by
other hands.

Some of the translations are as far as possible literal ; others
The h3'mns and praises are not
are paraphrases or imitations.
all adapted for music, some being included for devotional reading nor are they intended exclusively for use in church, but
also for the School and the Home.
:

The music

in this

volume has been gathered from many

countries and ages, the Editors having gone through much of
the Catholic hymnology of Italy, France, Spain, Portugal,
Germany, Austria, Bohemia, Hungary, and England, adapting
what they considered suitable. The collection is as varied in
character as in source
the Editors have attempted to meet
the needs of trained choirs of mixed and equal voices, of congregations singing in unison, of children in school, and of the
family at home.
;

Whilst the selection of words has been confined to Catholic
no such limitation has been observed with regard to
The Editors have taken suitable melodies from
the tunes.
any source, though naturally in constructing a Catholic hymnbook they have delighted to draw freely from those sanctified

writers,

PREFACE.

by centuries of use amongst the Catholic populations of
Europe, and inspired by the devotion and genius of Catholic
composers. The practice of adapting sacred words to modern
vocal or instrumental secular music has been carefully avoided.
These tunes represent, roughly speaking, the three great
epochs of Catholic church music the plain chant period, with
melodies coming down from early Christian times, or even
earlier
the polyphonic epoch, represented by such composers
as Palestrina and Byrd and the modern age, including Haydn,
Mo2art, and the musicians of to-day.

;

;

This splendid inheritance of Catholic musical tradition it is
our duty and delight to preserve, and to hand on to our children.
The value of it is proved by its own intrinsic excellence, as well
as by the universal testimony of cultivated opinion outside the
Catholic Church, which freely adopts both words and music of
such Catholic hymns as it can assimilate or alter.

The

Editors have had great pleasure in producing, some for
time, many fine tunes by English Catholic composers,
notably the celebrated "Angelus ad Virginem" (No. i8), taken
from a 13th century manuscript in the British Museum. This
exquisite melody, immortalized by Chaucer, was discovered
within recent years by the late Henry Bradshaw, University
Librarian at Cambridge. For the transcript here published the
Editors have to thank Mr. H. Ellis Wooldridge. One or two
compositions by William Byrd are also given. Byrd remained
faithful to the Catholic faith in times of persecution, and at the
"That I may live and die a
age of 80, in 1622, said in his will
true and perfect member of His Holy Catholic Church, without
which I believe there is no salvation for me." Thomas Tallis was
godfather to William Byrd's son, Thomas Byrd, and no one
can doubt but that he also held to the old faith. Under No. gg
will be found a very fine composition by Samuel Wesley, son
of Charles Wesley, and nephew of the celebrated John Wesley.
Samuel Wesley became a Catholic and wrote a Coronation Mass
Another good English Catholic comfor Pope Clement XI.
poser, whose works appear here in some quantity for the first
Through the kindness of his
time, is R. L. de Pearsall.
daughter the Editors have had access to a considerable collecTo this list of English Catholic
tion of his hymn -tunes.
musicians must be added the name of the late W. S. Rockstro,
with whom the Editors were associated for some time when
this work first began, and whose profound knowledge has done
much in England towards the restoration of early sacred music.
the

first

:

In returning thanks for help the Editors recognise how wide
and deep are their obligations.

PREFACE.

Vll

With respect to the words, they owe much to Mr. Orby
His anthologies led them to excellent and rare
Shipley.
sources, and his assistance has always been prompt and valuTo the Rev. J. O'Connor they are under heavy obligaable.
His original hymns and translations from the Latin
tions.
and Italian are admirable, and no trouble has been too great
They also beg to tender
for him to undertake in their behalf.
their thanks to the Rev. H. Austin Mills for the use of Father
Caswall's hymns ; to Messrs. Burns & Oates for the use of
Father Faber's hymns ; to the Rev. W. P. Neville for the use
of Cardinal Newman's hymns ; to Mrs. Bridges for the use of
the hymns of Matthew Bridges to Miss Petre for the use of
Lady Catherine Petre's hymns ; to the Executors of Dr. Neale
for the use of his translations ; to the Very Rev. R. Palmer for
the use of Prior Aylward's hymns to Father Gallwey, S.J., for
the use of hymn 39 to the Executor of Father Potter for the
use of his hymns ; to Mr. \V. Campbell for the use of the hymns
to the Provincial of the Congregation of the
of R. Campbell
Most Holy Redeemer, for the use of the hymns of St. Alphonsus to Lady Gilbert for the use of hymn 134 to the
Executors of Cardinal Manning for the use of hymn 145 to
the Executors of Father Christie, S.J., for the use of hymn
133; to the late Rev. J. W. Reeks for the use of hymn 220;
to Father Collins for the use of his hymns ; to Messrs. Longmans for the use of translations from the Lyra Germanica ; to
the Rev. C. Lattey, S.J., for the use of hymn 123; to Mrs.
Swinnerton Hughes for the use of hymn 31 to Father Russell,
S.J., for the use of hymn 131 ; to Father George Tyrrell, S.J.,
for the use of hymn 120 ; and to Mr. Aubrey de Vere for the
use of his hymns.
;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

With respect to the music, the Editors beg in the first place
to express their gratitude to Mr. S. P. Waddington, who on
the death of Mr. Rockstro undertook to help in the work of
arrangement, and who has done much to raise the standard of
English hymnology. At a later date Mr. E. d'Evrj', Organist

London Oratory, was invited to help, and to him the
Editors owe several admirable congregational hymns, and from
him they obtained a vast amount of critical and technical
They desire also to thank Mr. Walter Austin, who
assistance.
co-operated with them from the first, and whose valuable work
will be found in several hymns.
They also beg to thank Mr.
Nicholas Gatty, for his excellent arrangement of the Plain
Chant melodies.
of the

In relation to this portion of the work it would indeed be a
great omission did the Editors fail to acknowledge here their
special obligations to Mr. W. Barclay Squire, whose knowledge

PREFACE.

Vlll

of old composers, and indefatigable industry in research and
transcript, have been of immense value in the compilation of
this Volume.

The Editors also sincerely thank Dr. William Aikin for his
beautiful setting of Cardinal Newman's " Lead, kindly light,"
and another admirable melody to ** Faith of our Fathers,"
founded on the theme " Credo in Unum Deum."
The Editors desire to express their gratitude for valuable
help to the Abbot of Monte Cassino, the Abbot of Downside
Abbey, the Rector of Stonyhurst College, the Fathers of the

London Oratory, the authorities of the Library of St. Cecilia
Rome, the Cathedral Chapters of Milan and Rheims, Herr
Otto Schmid and Herr C. Klemm of Dresden, Mr. Henry
Baker, Mr. George Herbert, the Rev. H. F. Sheppard, Mr.
R. Butler, the Rev. H. A. Walker, Herr Wilhelm Nelle of

in

Hamm,

Rev. Eric D. Hanson, S.J., and Monsieur Gevaert
also to L. Schwann of Dusseldorf for leave to
use the tune of Joseph Groiss from ** 12 Deutsche Gesange
They also desire to thank the
zu Ehren Mariae, Op. 29."
Proprietors of Hymns Ancient and Modern for leave to use the
and " The Chorale Book for
tune entitled ** St. Vincent "
England " for leave to use the tune to Hymn No. 40.
In deference to sound criticism some of the tunes printed in
the separate Parts issued before this complete volume have
been re-arranged or replaced. In some hymns the words have
If these changes should cause serious
had to be curtailed.
inconvenience to any choir using the separate Parts, the choirmaster is asked to communicate with the Editors.
The original tunes and the special adaptations and arrangements of ancient melodies made for this Volume are the copy-

of Brussels

;

;

right of the Editors.
It may be some years before the Editors witness any widespread popularity for this hymn-book, but they confidently
hope, now that it is adopted at the Cathedral of Westminster,
at Stonyhurst College, and at the Oratory School at Edgbaston,
that in course of time it will gradually grow in favour among
the cultivated classes of the Catholic community, and that by
means of it the truths of the Catholic Faith will be brought
home to the people of England, and the love of good Catholic
literature and music will be deepened, both within and beyond
the Catholic fold.

INDEX OF METRES.
Metrical Index of hymns the metres of which are repeated in this volume, set
forth here to enable the reader to readily select available alternative tunes.

8.7JS.7£.7£.7J8.7£.7.

262, 308.

78, 169.

8J8J8J8.

>37. *5«. «97-

62,

4,

15,

16,

26,

72.

74>

93.

94. 100. 105. io6t I07»

27,

54,

58,

108, 127, 131, 135, 149, 150, 175, 186,
180, 248.

195, 204, 217, 228, 230, 231, 232, 233,

234. 238, 239, 247, 277, 281, 282, 283,

6.6£.6.

284, 285, 288, 289, 293, 291, 298, 305.

168, 208, 216.

8££££J8.
6£je££.6.
13, 14, 45, 125, 126, 143, 146, 187,

142, 176, 179.

194, 201, 246, 264, 278, 295.

7£.7£.7£.7£.
8££J8JS.8J8.8.

254. 255.

51. 75. 256, 306.
7.7.7.7.7.7.7.7.

10Ji0.10£.

45, 68, 91, 92.

215, 280, 287.

8£3.6.
6,

52.

8,

9,

10,

II,

12,

34,

42,

73. 136, 144, 185, 227, 229, 242,

lOMJO.lO.
64, 122, 134, 145, 225.

243. 245, 259, 260, 266, 276.

10.1010.10.10J0.

8£.8£.8£.8.6.

118, 163, 165, 261.

37. 39. 47. 65, 88, 98, 140, 265, 293.

8£.6.8£.6.
46, 61, 77, 79, 210.

11.11J1J1.
170, 205, 221, 271.

8.7.8.7.

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17. 36. 50. 130. 253, 274.

214, 226, 236, 237, 279, 286, 294.

8.7£.7£.7.
55, 69, loi, 102, 103, 104, 197, 251.

211, 212, 213.

8.7£.7JS.7J8.7.

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80, 174, 192, 193, 219, 220, 270.

123, 128.

INDEX.
HYMN

A Boy

is

Adeste

fideles

born

in

Bethlehem

Trs.

.

....

Adhuc reges
Adoro Te devote
Ah, Lady of high Heaven

French Prose .
St. Thomas Aquinas
Father O'Connor
Father Faber

.

All hail dear Conqueror
All hail, O Cross divine
All the skies to-night
!

164
38
18
121

Father Chadwick
English, ij,th century
Saint Ignatius
(Father Southwell, S y-

.

(i-jth

\

At the Cross her station keeping
At the Lamb's High Feast we sing

Ave
Ave
Ave
Ave

90
76
40

Aylward

Father O'Connor

Angelas ad Virginem
night

223
iig
184

.

Trs. Prior

Alma Redemptoris Mater
Angels we have heard on high

Anima Christi
As I in hoary winter's

31
20, 22

.

!

R.L.de Pearsail

47

century)

Trs. Father Casuinll
Trs. R. Campbell

178

92

Maria, gratia plena

158, 196

Maris Stella
Regina Coelorum
verum Corpus
Away from God

168
166
III

.

Behold

M. Bridges
{Father Southwell, S.J.]

a simple tender Babe

Behold and bless the solemn days
Behold the Bread of Angels
" Behold the Handmaid of the Lord!
Behold the Lamb
Behold the lilies of the field
Behold the royal ensigns fly
Bethlehem of noblest cities
Bless us, O Lord
Blessed Lamb
on Calvary's mountain
Blest Guardian of all virgin Souls!
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

!

!

Blest

....
....

the Faith
Blood is the price of Heaven
Bow down, my soul
Brightly gleams our banner
By the Blood that flowed from
By the first bright Easter Day
is

276

{lyth century)

\

R. Campbell

54

Prior Aylward
Lady C. Petre
M. Bridges
C. M. Caddell

100
175
139
12

Trs. Office 1710
Trs. Father Caswall

M. Bridges
Trs. Father Caswall
Father Faber
Father Faber
.

.

Lady

.

Thee

Christo profusum sanguinem
Come, come, come to the manger
Come, O Creator Spirit blest
Cor Jesu, Cor purissimum
Creator alme siderum
Crown Him with many crowns
Custodes hominum

C. Petre
Father Potter
C. M. Caddell
C. M. Caddell

.

.

.

.

75

50
305
69
186
267
81
63
297

68
91

Trs. Father Caswall

234
43
150
130

M. Bridges

15
141

.

Daily, daily sing to Mary
Darker and darker fall around
Day breaks on temple-roofs and towers

42

I

2^0
192
204

Father Faber

173

INDEX.
Dear Angel ever at my side
Dear Crown of all the Virgin choir
Dear Husband of Mary
Dear Little One how sweet Thou
Dear Maker of the starry skies
Decora lux aeternitatis, auream

Fafhtrr Faber .
Trs. Father Caswall.

!

!

!

Deo
Dies

gratias
irae, dies

ilia

.

,

art

Down
Dry

in adoration falling
your tears, ye silent moomers

EccE jam

noctis

.

Friar Thomas of Celano
Trs. FatJur Caswall
Lady C. Petre .

.

.

Father Faber .
Father Faber
Trs. Father Caswall

.

Ecce panis Angelorum
Ever and ever more

St.

Thomas Aquinas

Trs. Father O'Connor

Exsultet orbis gaudiis

Father Faber
Father Faber
Father O'Connor
Father Faber
Trs. Father Caswall
Trs. Dr. Ntale
Trs. Father Wyse (?)
Father Faber
Father Faber

Fair are the portals of the day
Faith of our Fathers
Father of all those
Father of many children
Flowers of martjTdom, all hail
For thee, O dear, dear Country
!

From day to day
From pain to pain
From the highest heights of
.

.

.

Gabriel

to

.

Mary went

Hail, Gabriel

hail

I

.

.
.

glory

.

Trs. Father O'Connor
Trs. Father Caswall

.

.

!

.

!

.

Glory be to Jesus
God of mercy and compassion
Great is our Lord Jesu's Name
Green are the leaves
,

.

.

.

.

.

.

Father Vaughan
Trs. Father O'Connor
Cardinal Newman .

Father Faber

.

Hail glorious Saint Patrick
Hail, God's own Bride
Hail holy Joseph, hail
Hail holy Wounds of Jesus
Hail, Jesus! Hail!
Hail O New Jerusalem
Hail, O Queen of Heav'n enthroned
Hail, O Star of Ocean
Hail! Queen of Heaven
Hail, Queen of the Heavens
Hail Thou, Who man's Redeemer art
Hail to the Queen
Hail to Thee true Body
Hark an awful voice is sounding
Hark hark my soul
.

!

!

!

Father O'Cotmor
Father Faber .
Trs.

H. N. Oxenham

Father Faber .
Father O'Connor
Trs. Father Caswall

.

!

....

!

!

I

.

I

Have mercy upon me, O God
Have mercy on us, God Most High
Help, Lord, the souls
I

.

.

.

!

.

I
I
I

LOVE Thee, Lord
met the good Shepherd
was wandering and weary

Trs. Father Caswall
Trs. Father Potter .
Translation, 1657
Trs. Father Caswall
Trs. Father Caswall
Fatlier Faber .

Father Faber
Cardinal Newman
Father Faber
M. Bridges
Trs. Father Caswall
.

.

.

Holy Ghost come down
Holy of holies
Holy Queen we bend before thee
Holy Spirit, come and shine
!

!

The Rev. Dr. Lingard

.

.

.

Trs. Prior

Aylward

.

Trs. Father Caswall
Father Caswall
Father Faber .

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137
138

dulcis Jesu Jesu Jesu Lord none is like to Thee Jesu. Life eternal . O Queen of Heaven ! 70 148-' Father Faber Bishop Chadwick Father Faber Trs. 157 280 229 64 288 154 24 181 307 268 165 .y.] ! \ Lo 83 227 236 277 Newman 281 284 my happy home ! 118 \ lucis orto sidere sol recedit Jam Let 257 ^ 56 Domino Ingrediente Jam II . corona virginum . Joseph gentle. behold at length Jesus my Lord. S. Father O'Connor [Father Southwell. Father Caswall y. Redemptor omnium Jesu the dying day Jesu the very thought of Thee ! ! Who from Thy Father's throne Jesus along Thy proper road Jesus Christ is risen to-day Jesus is God Jesus. ! ! . Austin Father Faber . \ Let sweet and holy sound Let us arise and watch no 161 Lauda folly praise 26 ' 294 ' 136 46 61 82 140 273 125 . ! 260 135 Father O'Connor Trs. my All Join we great gladness Jesu. Father Caswall [ 37 49 287 253 174 197 56. Mark. Father Caswall Father Faber Trs. Dr. Jerusalem ( Jerusalem the golden Jesu all hail Jesu as though Thyself wert here Jesu. Trs. Luke. Father Faber . my God. pure Spouse Joy Joy the Mother comes Joy of my heart Joy to thee. Neale Father Faber &• y. Thomas Aquinas . ! . Austin Trs. Faber . meek and lowly ! Father L. fainter now lie spread on the slope of yonder shore Look down...xa INDEX.. sweet Saviour Lucis Creator optime ! Magnificat . Father Caswall M.Anderton. my God.. . Father Collins . I God Father Faber Trs.. Deus Mother of Christ ! . my ! early lyth century | Trs. S. S. husband mine Joseph. . Father Caswall St.J. Andernach. 1608 Trs. Sion Salvatorem Lead. .. ^ 35 207 176 201 ' 97 296 220 Cardinal Newman . Kindly Light Leader now on earth no longer what fancy loves St. Father O'Connor . sweet Will of If this poor vale . Father Reeks (Father Southwell. ! ! Bernard Father Collins .. Like the dawning of the morning Like the voiceless starlight falling Litany of the Blessed Virgin ! Lo. . HYMN worship thee. . and John Miserere mei.. Bridges Canon Oakeley Magnum nomen Domini Maria flos Matthew... Father O'Connor Father O'Connor Trs. 77 74 238 143 . (ijth century) Father Father Father Father Father O'Connor Caswall Caswall Faber . ! ! memoria Jesu.y.\ In Paschal feast (^yth century) \ In sinceritatis azymis In the far North Iste Confessor Domini It is a joy of heavenly birth Cardinal .

O BLESSED Trinity! O blest Creator of the light O Christ... Father Russell. 256 .. . Father Caswall Trs. Father Caswall Father Faber Father Bridgett . sick to death tender Heart thou immortal Light divine Thou. . ./rom St.. I turn to Jesus. O'Connor Faber .... Father O'Connor Trs. HYMN . et filiae O Flower of Grace O Food of wayworn exiles O God Thy power is wonderful O Heart of Jesus O Hidden God O Jesu Christ. Faber Faber .. . Mother of God we Mother of mercy ! Father Faber .. the Martyrs' glorious King! ! . trs. . Gilbert Trs. Father O'Connor Father Faber St. C] (Atigelus. . ! O O O O O O . .. all ye faithful O come. . early 16th century Father Faber . S. Father Caswall 282 291 283 Father Faber .. Winkworth J O'Connor Father Faber Father Faber Trs. . Trs.. Alphonsus Cardinal Newman thy Heart hail . Thomas Aquinas Trs. Thomas Aquinas St. Father O'Connor Father Faber Trs.XIU INDEX. No eye hath seen No more to sigh Nocte surgentes Non .. Lady . S.... Trs. what wretch has dared My oldest friend My soul doth magnify the Lord My thirsty soul desires ! ! . ! ! . Father Caswall Trs. Father Caswall .. ... J J 85 199 ii6 10 131 120 128 298 266 146 189 185 258 27170 113 107 188 108 98 58 134 4 233 247 84 62 275 -^78 . Veil. . ! .. the glorious Crown O come. Sion let thy Saviour's praise Soul of Jesus.. Father Faber Father Faber Trs. . Dr. Philip 261 Hou-ard R.. . (Angelus. remember O Jesus if in days gone by O Lord behold the suppliant band O Love.. Oh do you hear that voice 9 65 242 155 Trs. O come. Father Caswall Father Father Father Father Father Faber . ! . Father Caswall Trs.. Father Husenbeth Father Faber . My God how wonderful Thou art My Jesus say.. .. . by \ 147 ' Winkworth J Trs. .. Trs.. Neale 14 "5 French. Trs.. . Father Tyrrell. ... Father Caswall Ven. Campbell 246 286 301 53 88 285 231 .. Emmanuel O esca viatorum O filii. trs. Who formedst me O most holy one O Mother will it always be O Paradise O perfect Noon of Loveliness O purest of creatures O sacrum convivium O salutaria Hostia O sanctissima O saving Victim . by C. Father Caswall Trs.. Mother I turn Of our soul's sincere and heavenly Bread Oh come and mourn with me awhile Oh come to the merciful Saviour .. Dr. 23 .... Father . Philip Howard 289 5 I 21... Neale Trs. . . Domine nobis Now are the days Now at the Lamb's high spousal-tide Now doth the fiery sun Now let the earth with joy resound Now take my heart Now that the daylight Now with the fast-departing light Now with the rising golden dawn Father Faber Trs... ..

Father Caswall HYMN 244 73 124 265 igo 80 212 67 299 . tell your beauteous story Sing. Stabat Mater Steep is the hill Summer suns for ever shining Sweet Saviour bless us ! Tantum ergo Sacramentum Te Deum laudamus .. Father Caswall Trs. Dr. sing. .. all ! Father Faber M. in righteous isle anger Only a golden gleam Our Life hangs dead Our Master hath a garden . Bridges St. turn those blessed points Oh wash our sins away. ye Angel bands Sing we the Martyrs blest . is dawning The gloomy night embraced the place . 217 44 29 55. 14/A century German. it is sweet to think Oh. Father O'Connor Father O'Connor Trs. once for Soul of my Saviour . Rise bells Conqueror —Oglorious Thy Glory Lord in Rise. Thomas Aquinas . . Salutis humanae Sator Salve. Sleep. Praise to the Holiest Praise we our God Praise we those ministers celestial Puer natus in Bethlehem QuEM . Souls of men ! — ! me . Father Faber R. Joseph. ! die Once the Lord. Father O'Connor Trs. S. Bridges M. my tongue. Te. in Britain's . Father Caswall Trs. Father Faber Shepherds.jf Father O'Connor Father O'Connor Father Faber . Thomas Aquinas Father Lattey. Omni . Neale lingua gloriosi Corporis Peccata nostra lava Father Faber Trs. Cardinal Newman Father Gallwey. M.. Cardinal Newman Canon Oakeley Trs. The buried flow'rs The chains that have bound me The day of wrath. Father O'Connor . . Holy Babe Soul of Jesus. . J. Thomas Aquinas Father Faber Sacris solemniis Saint of the Sacred Heart . lucis ante terminum Thanks be to Thee The angel-lights of Christmas morn The angels sing around the stall The Angelus sweetly rings . .. . ye solemn Trs. Regina Salvete. 16th century pastores Regina Coeli Rejoice all ye that sorrowed sore Rex gloriose Martyrum Ring joyously. Father O'Connor Trs. Pange . Oh. amid the winter's snow . celebrent . flores Martyrum See. the Saviour's glory Sing. Father Caswall Father Faber Trs.XIV INDEX. Trs. Te. S. Father Caswall Father Caswall Trs. ijth century . . Lord Oh yet. Petre Father Faber Father Faber St. . that dreadful day The day. 102 179 235 33 129 122 274 177 60 172 295 . ' . the happy day. Crashaw. once more. Lady C. Father O'Connor Father Potter St. . Bridges .

XV INDEX. lap Ut queant my laxis Sovereign sits . Crashaw.. Emmanuel Verbum supernum prodiens morning Trs. Father Caswall 86 248 . sweet Saviour We praise Thee.. descending from above There in the narrow manger There is an everlasting Home They leave the land of gems and gold This is the day This is the image of the Queen This is the Saint of gentleness Thou champion high To Jesus' Heart all burning .. Father O'Connor Father Caswall Cardinal Newman Cardinal Newman Trs. Father Caswall 117 187 87 293 214 Veni. The The The The The The The The The holy .. M.. Bridges A. Vcrstegan \ Unloose. Father Christie Cardinal Manning From a French Missal St. great Baptist Upon my Cardinal Newman Father O'Connor Father Faber Trs. To win my heart with visions . Sancte Spiritus .. HTMN 228 ! A. Veni. Father Caswal {Richard Rowlands. 48 292 252 106 41 71 51 237202 226 209 133 145 215 32 149 151 gilds the skies Who is she that stands Why do I see Thee M. Veni. Father Caswall s. de Vere Trs.. Father Caswall Trs. Trs. de Vere Trs. We come to thee. R. Monks hour of grace sublime moon is in the heavens above morn had spread her crimson rays shadows of the e%ening hours snow lay on the ground sun is sinking fast Wine-press the Wine-press Word. . Trs. Creator Spiritus Veni. Father O'Connor R. Procter . — . Campbell A. A. O God the Patriarch With all the powers With golden light . . When When . 1632 262 66 127 213 Trs. Father Caswall triumphant poor soul hath Ye sons and daughters of the Lord Ye souls of the faithful Thomas Aquinas Father Faber ! was returning my Trs... lyth century 13 105 272 3 142 95 Translation.y. Bridges . Father Caswall Trs.

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JESUS. . THE SACRED HUMANITY OF ADVENT.ALMIGHTY GOD AND THE MOST HOLY TRINITY.

J I. in mrj^-pjrH^4=i4=^ s ^i^ ^m ^^ M.J *' ble be. the life.gins that -^L^ ^ are J^i f=f 2) pure. I *L Q . ^^ r^ . (First Tunc. O (Second Tunc. ' Thee With ^^ Thou ^ " -'rr kJLljtj^ji S^ gins that are vir- Jnn^ ^1 s r t r-r^ r love and thirst for a Of -ly Of help iz^Z i such as trust Thee. J = 96. --? O I. J-*'--*- -J - fr-f— • ^^[R ^^ The hope. the glo w^^ f rious R^ r Who - r dost I I Crown r art A f r - •^ J-J- in their -J- ^ ~W W r minds pro. M.cure J ^ That chaste and hum those J. = 96.) . the glo. the on izi: r the Spouse of P pure.A HYMN WHEREIN THE PRAISES OF ALL CREATURES ARE OFFERED UP UNTO THE CREATOR.rious m Of Crown -J- ^ ll ( vir. ^ Christ.) Christ. * .

Thine honour doth bewTay ? Let us therefore with praise. Frmuk. all on earth below. with mind and aU Which we from Thee possess. and with I . the From a IVork wrifUn in tke T Tnaer 0/ Ijtndon hy tJu yentrtiiU UnMnt. moon. Do The O From sky. All sweet delights where\vith The patient hearts abound. The roses that appear fair in outward sight which with their scent yield so great deUght The pearls. the r^^ S f * on the life. sweet Lord. but filled with joy. Po blaze Thy Name.i i Vi Who dost £ iffl M ^ M ' A • d r 1 '. I I 5 [ The be. The birds. J . the land. With heart and hand. The winter yields Thee praise. minds pro- r i« i r Tfr^ -»- r That chaste and humble i Spouse of those i f r-i 1 hope. WTiat creature. The The glory of What Thy worthy Name. [[ First Tutu—From a Ycrkskirt US. Thy mighty works express. the precious stones. violets Do As think no kind of harm . Thy praise do sing The woods. Thy praise They make the world resound. And summer doth the same . Earl o/AruiUtl.' t I i i I - I I I I ly Of help such as trust in Thee. "I I L— PJuiif ( 3 ^ [ Soiond Tutu. And all. I ^ ^ ^ a love and thirst for r 'r r r ' r Thee With - in their g •»• -|»cure art the f r r ^f- Thou . W. the stars and Do magnify Thy Name. IIQI f=F= r r ^^^ \. the sea.—y. and all delights Which ficom this earth do spring.~i praising Thee can stay ? earthly thing. ^3^ ^ I All charity of those Whose souls Thy love doth warm All simple plainness of such minds The So . iCSj. sun. the wells. wiUi the«r praises show.

Domine. sanctus. Domine. Tuis famulis subveni : : quos Pretioso Sanguine redemisti Sanctis Tuis cum Aeterna fac : in gloria numerari. Tu Rex gloriae Christe. Te Prophetarum laudabilis numerus. : : : : Tu Tu Patris : sempiternus es Filius. ad liberandum suscepturus hominem : non horruisti Virginis uterum. Venerandum Tuum verum et unicum Filium. Et laudamus nomen Tuum in saeculum : et in saeculum saecuH. Te per orbem terrarum sancta confitetur Ecclesia. Et rege eos : et extolle illos Per singulos dies : usque in aeternum. . super quemadmodum speravimus in Te. Domine : : sine peccato nos custodire. : : omnes Angeli Tibi coeli et universae potestates incessabili voce proclamant Tibi Cherubim et Seraphim Deus Sabaoth.TE DEUM. : Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus. Salvum fac populum Tuum. Tu ad dexteram Dei sedes in gloria Patris. speravi : non confundar (4) in aeternum. Tu divicto mortis aculeo aperuisti credentibus regna coe- : lorum. benedicimus'Te. die isto Miserere nostri. Domine: et benedic haereditati Tuae. Sanctum quoque Paraclitum Spiritum. Te Deum laudamus Te Dominum confitemur. : : : : Patrem immensae majestatis. Te ergo quaesumus. nos: Fiat misericordia Tua. : Judex crederis esse venturus. Dominus Sanctus. sanctus Tibi . In Te. : : : Pleni sunt coeli et terra majestatis gloriae Tuae. miserere nostri. Domine. Dignare. Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus. 2. Te aeternum Patrem omnis terra veneratur.

have mercy upon us : have mercy upon us. Son of the Father. Heaven and earth are fiill of the majesty of Thy glory. Make them to be numbered with Thy Saints: in glory ever- lasting. The Holy Church throughout all the world doth confess Thee. King of Glory art the O : Christ. O Lord. To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim continually cry Holy. The admirable company of the Prophets. The Father of infinite majesty. this day : to keep us without sin. save Thy people and bless Thine inheritance. We pray Thee. We O God we praise Thee. : acknowledge Thee to be the Lord. Thee the Father everlasting. Day by day we bless Thee.TE DEUM. Thou tookest upon Thee to deliver man art the everlasting : Thou : didst not abhor the Virgin's womb. holy. And we praise Thy name for ever yea. The glorious choir of the Apostles. for ever and ever. And govern them and lift them up for ever. Lord. Thee the heavens and all the powers All the earth doth worship To Thee Angels all to : : therein. true and only Son. O O O O Lord. When Thou hadst overcome the sting of death the kingdom of heaven to Thou sittest at the right all : Thou didst open believers. (5) me us : as we have hoped in not be confounded for . : : : : Vouchsafe. holy Lord God of Sabaoth. in Thee have I hoped : let ever. Thee. hand of God : in the glory of the Father. We believe that Thou shalt come to be our Judge. : : : : : : : Also the Holy Ghost Thou Thou When : the Comforter. 3. help Thy servants whom Thou : : hast redeemed with Thy Precious Blood. The white-robed army of Martyrs praise Thee. Lord. let Thy mercy be showed upon Lord. Thy adorable. therefore.

OUGAN.i°t ) ere - a - tion's cry.THE MOST HOLY TRINITY. ! Give f f i i i ry - r i to r ^^e. J = IOC Voices IN tfa Unison.vine ^Mffpl'Wl^r^ |jj U in ni - |.^ p^= { C i Q frf j.V jU ^ 2:± fe^ -= migh r r ^^ - l ty Al ! l ^ migh - ty - ^ One! i ^t ty Trine • -f - >. M. I J i lYjjjui j J O Thou im r ft - mor - Light tal di .^JJN. wr^ ear r/ Al li^4^ ' ^ ^7 l r^h^^^ JI»LJ-^- ty Dread Tri ! r fri r- r' MJM 'i^ 6 Thy r . I. ^^ .

iC'addiHel^oi. His Son and Word eternal cam? So. i* [TroKilatian o/tiu "jCterMa 'tema lux. Plain Chant >ielMty. uniting Both in One. Son. wise. too. One everlasting Truth sublime ! O Lord. L karmoniitd ij S. from Each the Paraclete Proceeds in Deity the same. Pkilif i -. Priest of Dtvinitas" by H. Three Persons. and just Author of nature God of grace I Grant that as now in Thee we trust. 6. Sanctity. and Holy Ghost.— One Immensity Encircling utmost space and time One Greatness. ! So we may see Thee face to face. Triunal Lord of earth and Heaven i From earth and from the heavenly host Be sempiternal glory given i A - men. most holy. CastoaU. tux. H J tU.i r I ( 7 ) . Glory. To Father.Father ! in majesty enthroned i Thee we confess with Thy dear Son Thee. Ou OrtMtarj ofSt. P. ! — As from the Father increate. Uit Xeri. Holy Ghost eternal Bond Of love..

to ^ :2Z =0= ja. . M. J- 3^ -'- *=9 Ho $iprr tiott- - Hp 32: ly - Tri M - i ni ty - jes ^^—g- A 2i: Bles-sed I 33t E - qual #* 221 P - - 32: 22: ty! Ma pie ^- . I I Ezr jS- ''Ml ^^ And Thee. O Bles-sed ^ -O—. -xx. J TRINITY. J. -rt- 3 Thy chil-dren dare Voice.J- r^ r^ I their hearts to % - *# jii 32: rr .THE MOST HOLY 5. lift ni - :g: =8= m F Tri Q rJ p M 3Si (8) zp ^ . bless Thy - tri m^T^iy^^i^^^y^ A. J- ?2= tyl - Y Organ. = 96.J. I.

we 22: -^:zr Thee. Holy Trinity! &c. (9) &c [ E. Holy Trinity Blessed Equal Three. God. ^g^ ©— "Cr Blessed Trinity! Bright Son Thoa praise 7-5 "C7 =S= O :»:^ 8 32: 25" f^ ! Who art begotten art the Father's mind displayed^ and not made. PhU^ Stri. Holy Trinity! rFrtdtritt WtViam Fahtr. O We Blessed Trinity praise Thee.* Ht^ 32: !MI One Three. worship Thee as One.D^ Prietfl o/tlu Oratory »/St. J [. Yet Three are on the single Throne. we O Praise The<* Blessed Trinity Coequal Spirit By Thee the ! wondrous Paraclete Godhead is 1 complete. bless Thee. One God. D. ] . fEtrj.

O gJ—r* =^ -i His all S Ho - liest A 1 I r p in. I.) 32: ' ^ jp^ Praise to \ ^y Ho the r ' I :. o cL '--<<5>^ M.rJo. (First Tune. 6. J 3a: r And ^ .. -A -p- ways ^ =f= g #=4 the r ^ (Second Tune..SONG OF THE CHOIR OF ANGELICALS.r in liest • Wi i A J '} iv ^^T I -AAA Y"pfi f" tlie And lieiglit in tlie ' 5S3^ rj ^ i ^^=8= ^ 32: «= r'^fcTT^f^ d: 32 be depth. -fi ^ most —H f^O ~- in His all. sure . height. fi In praise A ^m ^ ^ i r R r^p won ^ - •g^"^ I. J Praise SK =i = 88. } 1 r A.. - ful Most . gj = 88. ^ M.) to words I E !^ m der T^^'.. l-ir f/ir -=^? ( lo ) ^ the J.

t^st ^3 depth the in s: 04- —^ be praise: ^*: Si^T ^ r- In all f h a« 1 ^. And on the cross on high. Should strive afresh against their foe. Should strive and should prevail ! Which And that a higher gift than grace Should flesh and blood refine.—An Engiilk Hymn tltiody. inspire Praise to the Holiest in the height. ~l J . r r f words His most 3&=Jr: r— ^=rT fci I ^ er=^ 5E2: won der - Most ful. God's Presence and His Very Self. O generous love In man for ! man that He the foe. all Adam to the fight to the rescue camn. all His words most wonderful Most sure in all His ways ! ] ( II ' ) Stcond Tune. Who smote The double agony in man For man should undergo And in the garden secretly. And Essence all-divine. second And O wisest love that flesh and blood did in Adam fail. Should teach His brethren and To suffer and to die. And in the depth be praise : In [ Cmrdinat Iftmman. sure in His all ^^J f J ways! J 3e: O loving When A wisdom of our God was sin and shame.

He is j. OakeUy. rjA J J ^ r ( o-» His Word our lantern is. ^. Criiger. with ^ J Mer M ^b ^ ^^ ing ing - pi - s 22: blend ces ty keep - ing. '^^ A J J _Ci_s_ He show-ers In words of J ri \ 1 ( B from a . ing.LJ=^ i i 1 - 22: r And - sleep - J J. peace doth speak. J. i 3.-J- ^ ^ s glad-ness nev care -^ «: 3 :g= I With watch-ful ^ A J I :g: and Saints with us His err .liJ A J-^ - i '^ ) r-> 1. to our bur-den'd hearts.J = 76. I. Praise we 2. J . Our joy. A -^- P7T 1^ Caiioit voi v r f^v Fa-ther dear. - ^ «: cies unsought. His Peace our consolation His sweetness all our rest. J_. our Shepherd true. Bleeding we lay.bove. «: m¥ ?2- f" rJTd J J J An On 1 ^ our God with joy.known. :. Where God hath set His home. break. He be our guide in ) I life. migh-ty Arm. Rely on Him in faith.THE PRAISE OF GOD. J J ^ a end er un ^^ Their grate. 7. r J. Down to our heart of hearts.J J ^=^ 4g eS rj rJ gels us.ing sheep. our hope 12 i in death.ful An Eye of 22^ 33: i ^ - -J. un . but He With soothing bands hath bound us Dark was our path. but He Hath poured His light around us : Graces in copious streams From that pure fountain come. Mm ^ M. And He our is He. -^sL -el- 221 ^ ^ rTT O'er - filled The bonds p* ^ r 1 fjT :?2= with Pa of sin - rents' doth love . isgS-1661. Himself our Great Salvation Then live we all to God.

most Most holy Trinity r Frtderick WiUiam Faber.. If Mary lost. to Who I cy - U on s ^-f us - i^^i i p 9-^ "^ worms of * TT !C> Most earth.J = 76. A MJi ho o I Tr ly • ni ty J. 8. D. oh what then must Thou be ! Eternal Loveliness In wonder Mary. in Thy bliss and majesty Didst live and love alone Thou How wonderful The work creation is.Veri. i 9-r £ I. What must her Maker be ? Most ancient of all mysteries Still at Thy throne we Have mercy now. harmonisf<r\ COW Eiietisk J 47 fy. ? the highest heavens may see. 1 13) Uttody. S. is so beautii\il. ^^ Have mer 1 ri ^m i p 7 - '^ r lift '-9-r- cy on J--J- ri - T — -<s*- -g ^ God us. like.J __ 1^. Priest T ^Uu Orm^ry 9/St. PtiMf . that Thou didst bless And. J L ( ! lie merciiol. .GOD. 2E|E 1 f=r=F I ^cf When heaven and earth were yet unmade When time was yet unknown. ^ M.D. Rtdturt. their queen. High! Most g^ I our hearts mer Have Thee.

as Thou hast done. J . With me Thy sinful child. D. For Thou hast stooped The rji love Thee. Father of Jesus What ! love's rapture will it Reward be Thy throne to lie. ^ S ^^ M. :4: ^ How Thou ful Thee. I may o love of my O And worship Thee with trembling And penitential tears. Hght art. too. 6. bj Dr. \ rj Lord to ask of me poor heart. J = 69. i :^^ I. V r r ^j PrP^rT^ beau Thy Ma-jes art. No earthly father loves like No mother half so mild God deepest. rj Yet eternal years. PhUipSeri. living how ^ rr^^ isi: Incessantly adored O how ty d: -rir - - p£-Hr^f. hope. r -ri My God how won-der - ! f r f- ful ti - ^'X^i How dread are Thine O everlasting Lord By prostrate spirits I fear With Thy Mer - cy -Seat bright. Almighty as Thou day and night -&-i- ^ 7=-F ii T -JC31 In depths of burn-ing ^'M iKJ^ '\'\ Thee. AtKi's. Cra/t. J L ( \ t A '^ \ } r " St. Priest ^^ 0/ tht Oratory 0/ SI. tenderest fears. And gaze and gaze on Thee I Prostrate before r Frtderick VyUliam Faber. Bears and forbears.D..OUR HEAVENLY FATHER.

MY FATHER. The little heart of mine ! shall pain Or sorrow make thee moan. When A CFraUriei lymiam FaUr. and ever more. l-^i 1 - - 3^ -*- ^-=H pass f^?^ I 1 -jZ-'T v.o- 1 ^~~m I ^ rH^'-^ ' 4=i i p^ II \ ^-r Thy ful. : 1 bright. Saviour's Heart and Soul And undiminished still. Thy waves Of cahnest glory rolL Most worshipful of attributes. D. O those worlds of life. s i O f God Thy ! i^# r^r C-T power is 1 won p ! glo - ry - der -^ J ing .\iri.. J God all this Father all is all for thine (15) own thee. Should we Thy creatures bless. Thine awftil holiness.1 m TT 9* ' ^^ ^"i~ 1 d the to. Thy \^ ^-^ wis dom. - with ^ 0— i 1 ' I . J w I.-^ *©* ^^^ A 1 .* T^ —tm • * 1 ' \ . m = 84. 5- From Thee were drawn Yet more than all. 10. r deep ^ -{g- on deep. ] . ? [ OU EHgtisk Hymn MeUiy. . PhUiP .. Priett'\ t/Ou Oratory c/ St.D. Thy justice is the gladdest thing Creation can behold Thy tenderness so ineek. ^ rjr A rap - ' 1 * ^ r^r ture its F f ! . "S*-^ sight. it wins The guilty to be bold. g 1^^=!^ I I There's not a craving in the mind Thou dost not meet and still There's not a wish the heart can have Which Thou dost not fulfil. M.

have no cares. Priesn. will in His. blessed Will Hast Thine empire Those Three-and-thirty years. VFram a MS. Ride on. D. 0/ IVUlsbriiUe. ride on triumphantly. M ev - 'ry J I -&- I "F m^ r^- i To love :4: iv day #^ hath breathed into 2i: 1 ^:gr "P" Thee more and more ^^^ I g===j] my love to kiss each print where Thou set Thine unseen feet I cannot fear Thee. L ( i6) . J . it Ptarsaltl. J oyt'tt Oratory of St. ^S :^ 1^ p? I. wor I mi^ 3S -o- -ry J ^^^^ CTFT i P> all Thy ways g: a - And dore. O blessed Will I For all my cares are Thine live in triumph. soul I A A r^m H-r^- f- Thou wast the end. Philit Neri. love to lose And by that loss be free. is so sweet. the blessed rule Of Jesu's toils and tears Thou wast the passion of His Heart And he H^ :fe live ^^ And ! 1=21 r^r T" God . sweet ship - special love of Thee.. . \_ L. o/R. ! TFrtdtHck irutiam Fabtr. Lord ! for Thou Hast made Thy triumphs mine.THE WILL OF GOD. 11. my I 6.1 ) -^- "B- Y-% Will Thee.D. Thou glorious Will ride on Faith's pilgrim sons behind Thee take The road that Thou hast gone.

:^=?!^ * ^ - I 9 .lone. *-^ «2= I 2. ] For sun - shine and for J . 1 ^ sow. ff r"-pTT-^ of the I "y ^ « ^^*> has J J J ' if j^ show'rs. J.lA^ ^LM. Much more the souls that He hath made For glory without end ( 17 ) r Gtrman.M M ^'00 ^=^ ^ ar :^3c: ' mon r r in glo r - to I f "f Like ' r f r^ ' T -^y^ j one of these poor ry shone God. 32: "n^r That they may bud and blow.DIVINE PROVIDENCE. f ^: . born to fade. «: poor flowers. the li - J j~ * J . C J . CaddtU. J = 96. ^J 1 flo\v'rs. 5^ ' ^ I. The offspring of His grace . nei-ther toil nor J ' SEHz^ Yet God doth [^ They field. Nor such a Father fail to bless The child that seeks His Face.^ J ^ all rXi —m g g Z ' r ' f r Not Sol J J i - o J m things needful yield. ^ ^m^^ Mr^ Be . And God's mercy does not value less. .hold J . lid: That look if. and God a . He with such love doth tend. M. ^ r 1 1 —r-^ m C J . 12.

pti-vum - ran- sol -Q- - ve som cap-tive ^ I .de Gau .EMMANUEL! VENI.joice o.mit in That mourns in lone e - xi ly ex J H g _ J g^ - 1-^' J ^— ^^ „ =. O - Em - come. Em - ni.de Re . to thee. o o o -^ i rT~r-f :^ I. 13. 1 I 1 ^^F 221 ( i8 ) I m 5iq«=f^ ^ ^ i^ 33 Fi God "Cr I ^J I f" . - ^ man man gZ^-=^ :?2i ^ ^ el - el! ra - cl.— g^— rj 1 :?2= ^m^T^f:^ ^ -] ^ 73Pri - va . ve come. ra - el. O ni. VENI. Ve I.tus De Un - til the Son ^ - i of i - - Gau .Q:P2: a ra Ca And ! ^ zz: ^ W - 'I L_Jj S u u H f^T^TP :P2= ^^^ z± Qui ge . - cl. O ra - el. - li - ap 1 pear I a=n=H p^ =F^ 4-4- I 3i: I I I I I Em Em ^^ ma ma nu nu A ::pi - el Na - cl Shall ^ A ^ - see - come I tur pro te. 14.^ .joice Re.

-i L Cobigtu. O come. 5- Veni. Adonai Qui populo Legem in Sinai dedisti vertice. come and cheer spirits by Thine Advent here . Et Claude vias inferum. clavis Davidica Regna reclude coelica. et antro barathri. Rejoice ! on high. \'ictory o'er the grave. And open wide our heavenly home . Gaude &c. Disperse the gloomy clouds of night. &c. Thou Key of David. and majesty. Our Thou Day-spring. Gaude ! &c. 5- O come. come. In ancient time didst give the law In cloud. ! 4- Veni. Gaude ! &c. 3- Veni. Thou Lord of Might. rjtt. tribes on Sinai's height. J . O Jesse virgula Ex hostis tuos ungula.2. veni. death's dark shadows put to flight. In majestate gloriae. Gaude! &c. veni. O Oriens Solare nos adveniens Noctis depelle nebulas. \Mio to Thy ! f ^ IQ y ^ / rPiaOtrittumCant. Thou Rod of Jesse. Rejoice &c.CatJulicaTum. Fac iter tutum superum. O come. Rejoice ! &c. free Thine own from Satan's tjTanny From depths And give of hell them Thy people save. Make safe the way And close the path that leads to misery. Veni. De specu tuos tartari Educ. Dirasque noctis tenebras. 3- O come. and awe. And 4- O come. Rejoice! &c.

In- o In- om - ni - era - ri - -^ fect ^=^ P 22: o ten ta -de vo - eta pro - - tis sup dis vi - jcL mr^ p pli - cti - 'f P^==T cum. ?2: - es. h ±^zaL ?i=F?? -J- Z± r -T S s (> Cre - a - Com-mu'\ ^^ES ^ \ Ji o J =A fj: I ^ tor al ne qui - me mun ^-A\Md si - di der - um. ma. i ^^ 22321 s a - tor al - ne qui zt Cre 1. - :z3: z± o - me mun - si der - um. A A J- i P r^ izzz « ^ is^rzgi 11^ I . lower. Ae ne - fas Ut di - i_^ r den ad - ti - um. - Com mu 2. A .CREATOR ALME SIDERUM.). M.-a^ um. CFifst Tune. Je - cam E cru - ter - na ex - pi Re su - Vir I - gin - - lux cre ar - ::?=- ^ " r I dem-ptor is Sa - J- jd. *t 1. Ae ne - fas Ut A rt(20) A - ter - na ex pi - «: J^ lux - ar :S: cre - es. 15. i^U'A -^-* T^ Voices. J=io8. AAl ^ i^r The same for Four Male ^m f 8t^e 2.

Armis supemae gratiae Defende nos ab hostibus.dis sup pli vi cti =F^ S - ni - - ri - ! ?^=^ iSi - - ^^ 33 ^^ # S um. ( 21 ) Amen.um.era Vir . ad cru .cem Je E - su ^S ^^ Re-dem-ptor om . laus.is Sa . Nomenque cum primum sonat. cum Filio.:^ 3:2: den .gin m^ ^S :& s ^ P :z2: I vo ^ - tis pro . harmonised ~l by S. Te deprecamur Magnum diei ultiraae Judicem. honor. ma. Sancto simul Paraclito. languidi Mundi medela factus es. CPJain C3UaU iltlody. In saeculorum saecula. J . impetu Amoris actus. m :^ i— i- Cujus potestas gloriae. o In In :g: i I - ten - de ta eta ^ g$^ ^^ cum. tVaJdistttoH. gloria Deo Patri. \nrtus. Et coelites. et inferi Tremente cur\'antur genu. P. Qui daemonis ne fraudibus Periret orbis.ti .

-*^ -1^ me si si de ZJZH Cre m-- - a - - tor fj Cre al 1* %• —fi a - ( ^ - 22 tor ) al :^ | . = s! 4-^- ^ -^^ Treble.) 76.M. a - tor - al P Tenor. ^"^=^ Bass. J 3:± -*-S- ::i^. - rum. (Second Tune. 2>ve Cre lower.=^: -o- Lf^ ^^ -- ^= -^^ E^^3^ me ^1 zi: - de - rum. ^^^: — ^-4 Organ. Cre - a - qrz 'Xii tor «^ al Alto. [.

tor a en W =^^ f?=g3^^^ -i ?F=§^ '^ ?Z2: ( 23 ) !- J.^t^ -£:i jOL . Je - su Re. den Je Re . ere m \w ere - - den ti - um.demp. Je - su - su O P^\ o *r um.demp Q^|r> d - tor g '$ Re -demp - tor P3P5 lux.i i 33: lux ere lux ere - ri den ti ^^ -rf—i-i- rj - um.

- In - ten de - vo m m. - I.. 1 - ^^=F= w* J :g= - ten 24) T2i - de vo :g: r^^T^ g ( n- r^ . - ten - de vo in .cJ.*—*- 3± -G^ -r± ni um. *J.ten - de vo in - ^ c/- ^^m^^ tis sup - pli - cum. m w^sup in ^^ M 4*p^| i -d- @=l^ . In - - ten ^ - ten de - m vo =^^ --O-L— de EEi P" ni um. - i In *'='-? ni T^ i um. -ci — Gum. In IS ^ sup tis sup - rJ pli rJ - pli ten - de vo i i^SEp i* tis - cum.

- M men. honor. languidi Mundi medela factus es. (25) Amen.=V^- I . Cujus potestas gloriae.J.-J-^-J-J. Magnum diei Virtus. cum. laus. ad crucem E Virginis Sacrario. Te deprecamur ultimae Judicem. -^-*. Commune qui JHI IM H^ mundi nefas Ut expiares. cum Filio.^_i-^^^. Qui daemonis ne fraudibus Periret orbis. Sancto simul Paraclito. if-: - ttet+- cum. r 5A Cktrici. cum. In saeculorum saecula. . coelites. Armis supernae gratiae Defende nos ab hostibus.^ ! sup tis . ^ -. T . impetu Amoris actus.i pli - H .r^.0 : -Hrj^ *<^- pli - -it^-' men. et inferi Tremente cun'antur genu. Nomenque cum primum Et sonat. Intacta prodis victima.O 'C2 =sh* h±± **: sup tis P i pli - rv ten - • ^-5^- # de tis sup r^ r. gloria Deo Patri. tOji.

Amen. with the Son. P Ed-ward Cartuall. M. J. we pray. J W=^ i Dear Mak r I. And Holy Spirit. blessing. Lost in the depth of Satan's snare. J. and foes ! combine. glory. - ^ who Thine us near -J. Did'st issue from Thy Virgin shrine And to the Cross a Victim go. star. I g^ s Thou. All through the long eternity. J (26) r Dugutt. 16. One in Three. 1 . of [•:=:: ^ :?2- ^JL 3!^: ^d-^]]=R=l^?^p-^-^ ' |-F^ g 2=2: y i r p-^ g - i ^ plore. Thy Arm divine. Great Judge of all When So great the glory of Thy might. Hliilif Neri. Prifflo/t/u T t Oratory o/Sl. praise. Be honour. for the sake of guilty Permitting ^ r When man was sunk in sin and death. J - b of er - J. men Thy pure Blood to flow.CREATOR ALME SIDERUM. rySo. If we but chance Thy Name all in that last day. A -6>- men. = 96. -f^ e =e ^^ J- 1 su.ry A -J_J_j f> :?2: 1=^ I - more skies! Light the feed ^'f=2Z er Je r> r^ Re - deem Be =^ T ^^^^ J- -J- of er man - kind! n ai P S im aid be-liev-er: ^ . shall fall. By taking of those ills a share. Love brought Thee down to cure our ills. Heaven and Hell unite In bending low with awe profound. to sound. Be present then with To guard us with To God the Father. At once friends us.

) — — I. I I S S ! nigh " is it ^ seems to say I -9~r>-^ i i .j J J m:x^--= (First Tune. ! Honour. 3. 2. J ! J T^ I . To the Father and the Son. merit. if ye children of the day!" 3I: -S=F =F^ = go. all sloth dispelling. J ^4 I. J d J ^ is J.1 . 17. virtue. = 96. J^ J Hark ! p^ f-r an aw . Shines upon the morning skies. With the Heav'n Let us haste. O 4. I Lo the Lamb so long expected. So.fill S JTTT voice J-J. Let the earth-bound soul arisa Christ her Sun. ! O Cast away the dreams of darkness. -men 1^ ful voice is "Cast away the dreams of darkness. J Ps ' ! m rr-r i :^ - —* d Bl I 1 ^t—t ^ . May He then as our Defender On the clouds of Heav'n apf)ear.) sounding " Christ is .-^ nigh :S: ! " it seems to say -^ 3«=P= ^ ^ Startled at the solemn warning. Wrapping all the earth in fear. ye chil-dren of the d: when next He comes with glory.ADVENT. One and all to be forgiven. glory. M. 1i BE I ^-d \ Hark an aw A (Second Tune. While eternal ages run. 27 ) . sounding " Christ . ( Amen. Comes with pardon down from 5. with tears of sorrow. co-eternal Spirit. M. .

=F 5 1" ' gi - na Vir PC # - gi num » ^c3^ -p r=i Do rae-que T=r J- ^^^^^E^^ Coe- con in :^ ?^ T^ -J- > Sub - ^ p -p p-y pp^=f^^^ I - Vir y> — —£-^ . J- ^S ^E^p iB in De - i - trans mi di - - A - s ?2: nem J J. - ^ zt p r ve Re d.THE ANNUNCIATION. ANGELUS AD VIRGINEM. w^mhk ^ /] J rJ I.r P^ Et pa - ri ss ^s ^ cs r. ^P ^ is An - ge ftd: i-^|J . M. fet - gi - nis for - ixi: r^° 7^ ve ':^ -j: fcr .r' In - rTwr ta eta.<5» cla ad lus - J rJ' < - mi ^ - num Con . 18.J^J J I - gi nem - Vir ve. " r 'P r Sa - lu - tern J. mulcens li ter - in quit. J J i (28) 1-^ ::f^ .ci - W^ ^^^^^^ ^ pi es - ^ .

Secura Quod castimonia Factum quod audio. ? " Tibi coelesti nuntio. Alan Gray c/Cam^riii^ J "1 . haec omnia timeas. -WVnrff Amen. I J (29) r Mdodty harm^nisai by \_Dr. and MeUdy JVofH an Fn^ish^ XJtA Century manuscript in tkt British ifuscum. Cum Christum genuisti Tuum exora Filium Ut Se nobis propitiura Exliibeat.±^ o ^- ^ -o- c 1 ^^ " Me de mi la S Quomodo conciperem Quae virum non cognovi Qualiter infringerem Quae firma mente vovi " Spiritus Sancti gratia Ne num." Eia Mater Domini. Consentiens Et cupiens Videre Sed gaudeas." Dei consilio.' S -J- Perficiet - ? Ad haec Virgo nobilis Respondens inquit ei " Ancilla sum humilis Omnipotentis Dei. Et deleat Peccata Praestans auxilium Vita frui beata Post hoc exsilium. Quae pacem reddidisti Angelis et homini. Parata sum parere Manebit in te pura Dei potentia. Tanti secret! conscio.

^. - mer ^^n^i Vf^- r- s'^ air : " Hail A jzL p^ rf de ^^ - - filed " - mong the pure and J-^^J- ^ ^ Thou un a first ! F ^^^i^ S ^rt p-^T^ s r ' Shalt bear a ^rif r ( fair 30 ) Child r All glo rious ^ . 19. sage. the j- 22: r=r Ma ^ -4 bent To te d^^^ s Ty^ Hail. first SSep - ry. He -(^- spoke as T as soft J- nF^ ~^~r r5>- f" SE^ J iH j"j . .j j-^^ s I sum m^ ffi Maid . 1^^ <s>- IS> lS> '-m^- ry went. " ^r he bare m^ m J-^A Deep .en the r^rr s^^^^^ hear awe in -^ J. ' = ^^ d^^ rr^¥4 t^P=rPPT7=^ — 44 4 A 4_^ d:^ ^ i^ — rT' Ga - ^ bri Ma to el - f' l - -M — Q— tt==^ : A migh -ty mes - ^^^^J^ n^^' v ^ i rs. M I.^ THE ANNUNCIATION.

y. Right well content hold me For ever by His word. & ^ 'l^ 1 Here the Maid of David's blood Spoke out in answer lowly For man hath never known me." IVa C Harmonised iy S. : Co. : break my plighted troth That none but God should own me?' The Angel said " O Maid believe.' I Sal - tion - Him thro' is By : He comes thee vie J J J- 7^^ va ig: '±:^ iT^^V ^ fn - V'p' ' -> -^ ^. His gentleness To our excess Indulgent. To thee O high ambassador. J ( 31 ) English tvh century Melody. P." ! Maiden Mother of us all. a Connor.." • ! shall thi§ achieve.^. Son sublimely Brought the peace that Adam's " I Who by thy fall Once banished untimely Implore that Strong and Holy One That until this our day is done. O Gabriel behold me The Handmaid of the Lord To Thy maidenhood so white Shall shine for ever purely By God's especial might. do consent. Can men.i ^ -^ A ZQl -^• %. I But wholly glad. ' -\ \ . On whom such secrets He doth : The Holy Ghost So be not sad. May check us when we roam. For surely pour. - -tii^i K Cop>Tight 1899 by Boosey ' A phim. -f Queen of rious —8— J J -f^ -i^: — i — I'^b-V Se \ f^ ^> 1 1 ' ra - I -54 Gf o ' How shall this befall ? " she quoth. And in thy name effulgent exile call home From us 1 C Paraphrase of the "Angtlus ad Virgitem ""] iy the Rev. " I I am but the slave of Omnipotent and God holy. 1 • J • 1 C^^ l. *-^ ^^ 1 ^ r^ 1 J —_ J n .l 1 1 to - 1 /g): . . Waddingttn.

phant 1 C3 rj m r^ fet ^1 \ - J • T— —-P— Mt— J • J 1 i. r - — ? f='f=f T—r Re gem An rum te - tes. i. Christ the u r^rrr (32) ^==p: - num ! Lord JX I . 20. to - ^ and be Him LA ^^ de hold -<5i- ir^» 1^^ r-r ni - r r ad let us o a come. ve ye.-^Jz::j-. ad come. ke- - Lae ful. Ad I. O come.J- J - • f - ' I le 3t=iJl r re - Beth Beth Tl 4J ^ k • Born the King -ir± te. J J Jt rr>)-T IS. let -J- -J- -J- nd us a - le - hem hem ! ! ^^ ge of lo - O gels J_ - te.^ - dore * n—» mus.[^ —<^ ste. J - mus. ni - te O come. ( ^First — Tun 1- rJ-^-J-ih —rt r^ r 1 1 IL I.. 21. let us J J - - V A -ziL rr-r r Ve - An -J:=— J W ni J . O - come ni - come J i^z: in ye. fi all ye •F- J VJ !• -- 1 1 . ^83.ADESTE FIDELES. J l^^mf^ - - ^ f Him. Joy - ful J' 1 F r — 1 A f-» — r i ni - O te.J.A. Him. •# utT h- IW ^^^1 e - - 4 . J vi B^ Na Come Ve — - 1 te turn fefe and i -^ -^^ O -J 1 r um phan tri um r tri - ti i - -^- ^6fe Ve - ^=at Ve i r les. J--^. J -i ^-^ dore mus Do mi Him. faith - 113 l~n r - o a - re dore J.

let us adore Him. Jesu. all ye citizens of Heav'n above. Venite adoremus Dominam. Tibi sit gloria Patris aeterni Verbum Caro factum Venite. True God of true God ! Light of Light eternal Lo He doth not abhor the Virgin's I ! God womb : un-created. Very God begotten O come. let us adore Him. adoremus. Genitimi non factum Venite. &C. Gloria in excelsis Venite. Christ f^ 3- Sing. Deo 4- Ergo Qui natus Die hodierna. Venite. Lumen de Lumine. &C.Deum de Deo. In the highest glory! O come. adoremus. O come. 3- Cantet nunc lo Chorus Angelorum Cantet nunc aula coelestium. (33) : the Lord. &c. O come. . &c. 4- Therefore we Thee happy morning greet Born this Jesus all glory be outpour'd of the Father in Flesh appearing. Sing in exultation. and Sing. let us adore Him. Glory to God. Gestant puellae viscera: Deum verum. Word Now ! —to Thee O come. choirs of angels.

J (Second Tune. ^ J ±^ ^ TrrirTl Lae les.22.) I. . n . ^ fi - de -J- . J - ni te & ^e£ Beth in « T> Na turn vi r de - ni - ad te P - inJ r ' - r ni J r'r - i - re J J te ad J # J ' f J - - r gem An — * r '-^r r ge - rum - lo - p- mus Do ^ r - mi num - 22: N' r i Ve o r Re te -^ - I f"f=rTT 3 i hem - * I fci Ve le - o J r I - i ^ ^ i j mus re r i - mi ^ j^^=# S ^^ (34 ) r r J -1 I Do r - num ! zjtz: Q . ^ II um I J P W - phan - tes J . 23. rJ ste J.^ J.J. - i - tri - ti ^^ . = 96. ve . ^ Ad e - - A. M. J ? J % Ve - ni -J i te.

&c. let us adore Him. God is an Infant. ) Copyright 1900 by Boosey &. dt PemmUn . [Seamd THne. L. Venite adoremus. Cradled in a manger. to Come and behold Bethlehem Eternal. Dominum En Pro nobis egenum Et foeno cubantem Piis foveamus amplexibos grege relicto. O come.Adeste Aetemi Parentis Splendorem aetemum Velatum sub Came videbimus. fideles. and triumphant Son of Sire Jo>-fal O come ye. Forsaking the sheepfold. &c Venite adoremus. O come ye.—R. Laeti triumphantes Venite. come. let us adore Him. Swaddling clothes enfold Him O come. Humiles ad cunas Vocati pastores approperant Sic nos amantem Quis non redamaret ? Venite. Et nos ovanti Gradu festinemus Venite. To His lowly cradle Obedient and swiftly run the shepherd throng Oh Bounding with gladness So let us in loving arms enfold true a lover Shall Let our footsteps follow O come. : we not requite O (35 Him fast! Him ? come. O &c The Splendour Immortal. O come. Co. Concealed in mortal flesh Him otu^ eyes shall see Bom the King of Angds: O come. venite in Bethlehem Deum Natum videte Regem Angelorura Infantem Pannis involutum Venite. all ye faithful. let us adore Him. &C. &c. For us poor and needy. : Christ the Lord. &C. Venite adoremus.

MAGNUM NOMEN DOMINI M. = heard the same eo. From Ga Ho-di-e - bri This day first ap-pa-ru-it.^4- ^ . -ij^^^ J- (36) ap be -held His Face. 25. J.24. be .

gau f =5=* M. - fill J. . vo . Ex - ful Of Ma Ma n wm i^ is our - ri - a Vir ri - a.pa ru . I - bri.held His Face .ti - All the world hath el - . ^ - ?^ t N I 0- se:3 i I ^ ->-+ ^ I* ^ .stus na .de Be joy - te. Magnum no -men Do-mi-ni Great m - M ^ 1^ ^i ^j » =f^=^ - Sv£ lower.It.dain ed a. . - fijl Chri .lu . Per - -fs4- :=&: a .p^ -p * i > I ge of nu - -r-v-^—v • - Sic It So our Lord > ^^ ^f=f ^ .0 Ga From Ga ne. * l. i ±ij de be joy ! -1 - di - us this - e day- te. Em-man u / - Voices. ^IJ I P / Ffr i Fi=>^ rrr y Gau - Be de joy N gau -de te.na His mer . ho I -9~^ P ^ .tum est heard the same gi S3E Em-man -u Lord Jesu's Name. ful joy be ! - te.vi .tus Christ is bom to ! #— = :?c:n= ^^^ i rs^ ?-v ^ ^ w Gau . ^ 1 The same for Male = 6o. Mother-Maid.men tidi .it Cle . it. ap be .cy's sov-'reign word Or .^j • N -*H*- (37 ) S at .be• .el Ho - di - e This day first i-1 i N -^ P^^ ap .el - bri. Quod an-nun -el! ^.

dain . ^ g3^:3=3 i'ii. Be-thle-hem.tus is born to Christ te.it Cle .m ^i ii pa - ru - i^h^'i ii In In it held His Face Is - Is - ra ra - el. day Vir . At aai 't^^ I ^ nu of m^ r.gin Ma-ry's grace s 1 In ^^ f it. J .ti Hismer-cy's sov'reign word Or . i ^ 1 i^ ^^^ w #Fr^ Per Ma-ri . - ful ! be gau I be Vir ia - - go De Maid -en Praise her - de joy de joy um - Mo ther - ^^ r^r E ^T-vr vi — p^F^ a.ed di Hr!j! - ! ''-tf *=F Gau .it our Lord h E Be-thle-hem.gi .gi-nem Thro' the Vir . ^ Cologtit.'^^^ H^ te.'f.lu . - ^J rr J-^ ^ gau E ' tr na vo .men . - el.de Be joy her Praise Sic ^^^ r h-f^ \ ia! - ^-J- .ne. Mo-ther-Maid. ful ! Chri-stus na . tS99.am Vir . - ful - te. f ^ ! :^ " So J Gau de Be joy te. Ex ful! Of (38) Ma Ma- - ri - a ri - a ho us - di this - e .

spes perennis omnium. 26. Memento. et almo Spiritu. (39) [ Plain Ckaitt. quas fundunt preces Tui per orbem serxnili. Jesu. Sacrata ab alvo Virginis Nascendo. - :u -^ -i2- :g: viz Tn Tu lumen. Et Salutis Auctorem novae Novo salutat cantico. Tibi sit gloria. men. Hunc omne. et splendor Patris. aequora. Quod solus e sinu Patris Mundi salus adveneris. Amen. ' = 80. Hnnc astxa. JESU. ] .^ - A 1 2t iTi VL* dem - -^ 1221 gi - nem . •— *-^ ' ' 1 H ! Jrj IT - ter J ^^ - nae glo r^ j^j ''-* i 1 1 - >i* I 1 rj 1 1 1 1 ' m ' . ^ r 1 for -J- r3 ^Jl ^^^ J-"^ jP^ J-D 1 - - 1221 I an mni - -s»- ' m * ^ . Re J- S Vn k » ro *-^ ' /T j-1 '-^ <-* •y o ptor >J J :^ 321 ' 1 fr^ C*/ 1 • • r^ ^*^ ' - t - 1 1 rj rj r> J-T3 <> um.REDEMPTOR OMNIUM. tellus. Qui natus es de Virgine. In sempitema saecula.A Pa f^ m ^ '- . Currens per anni circulum. Cum Patre. beata quos sacri Rigavit unda sanguinis. ^ - -J- su. Intende. quod coelo subest. rerum Conditor. Nostri quod olim corporis.*— \ 1 Pa IL i*"! ^-^ 1 rem 1 ^^ 1 - *— m ^ ri - 1 f^ 1° -f=-^ i W ig: :^ 321 "C?" 1 ae Pa su pre - ^^ - mus di A dit. nos. Testatur hoc praesens dies. formam sumpseris. Natalis ob diem Tui Hymni tributum solvimns. Quem lu -J- -^ -^ cis - 1 32: . ^ 32: Je I. M.

JESU. the best is this day the year's bejewelled crownThat our distress beguiled Thee down. O love-lorn God firom glorious rest. Who still art One With Sire Supreme and Holy Ghost. art r C. 27. That Thou. •^r I I O per m - Noon feet 4 1^- J E Je su r J J - blaze m an ere J y - . And made Thee more than kin to man. J i I. Bainekov) 1 . ^ ^7^ = 92. ! less — things Bright witness - 7" -c±: Forget not how the Mother mild Gave of her substance undefiled. >' r A men. Of all peer -J- Thou art His unbeginning Ray. Amen.REDEMPTOR OMNIUM. With all Of all Thy fair delights. - J i r-cr - peer t of His all j all J ^ fair — by Father yokn ifOmmr. Thou art our own unending cheer Bend low as earth a gracious ear To what Thy servants ask to-day. J- ^ Now earth and stars and heaving sea.'anstatimi A ^ J^dE * O Thou Who "^Ir^ r ness. CT. to Thee And ! 1 dost plan. O the most.— Be this to Thee. - ness. O Fount of endless hope./ J ^J Fa . li - ^^f^ rT^-gT^T^ woke. Their new-discovered praise intone.^J=i Thee the 'twas ! • M. Thy creatures make sweet strife To pay Thy Birth a seemly strain. ^u Com - j^^ ing - Love j^ ^-A ^1 W morn of And we. ther spoke. all that Heav'nly influence own. (40) Christ. uiS M. all gemmed with ruby rain Shed from Thine inmost Love and Life. Mary's Son.

— ' . Natum promat voce Laus honor pia.'a^•# iwjk . ^ CkristMot Carol »/ tJu 141k (xiitiiry J (41 ) r OerTnan. . . Itlh antury.s '''> V^^T' •> ^ ^ j^ f^^ . Merito resonat vere Dulci cum melodia. ^ . M. ! .li. W "^ 11 i". Per Mariam nobis dato.-* ( 'iff Nw-'Tl • tff^ ^t> rj - Rex est glo - ri -- ae.-0 ^ <^ 1 ^-^ 1 Hro ae> -~.4 I 1 rj . Christo Regi. J n ^ £> y = 80.C2_ 1 1 ' 1 rj 1 1 tus -. myrrham portabant Immolabant haec sincere Leoni victoriae... to - lau res - da - ve - Qui re.QUEM PASTORES LAUDAVERE. et gloria. Exultemus cum Maria. 28.^- :\ \^ — —ds— 1 ! /k^ 19 >> ^i-^& ^•^ 1 \ 1 rj '" f^ OS> ^ ^J —f^ Q * "FT^~I 1-^ iS— i ' '1 ' ^ <s»- ' 1 r-^ ^-> <s» 1 1 1 i i 1 Quern pas I. Deo nato.A ' 1 rzj 1^ <-* C? ' 1 • 1 j me Na re.V._^ f^ ' 1 1 m ' ^1 ''-' ^^ • I rv 1 f— -1 /-^ i"^ 11 C3 " ' Ad quem reges ambulabant. 29. thus. Aurimi.-0 • ^ ' -' I 1 1 1 ^ jf i*^ i # An I'' ] ^ f^rr B=^ ge xe - Ab re - y=^ VT ^t r-j sit vo I ^^g 1— 1 m *^ - I- ^^ /L^ rn VL' di .-T)' bis - s ti {'A. bus - 1 1 r^^s^ f^ f *> . J- f=f^ 'J >^ <'-' "S* >^ 1 1 ^ 1 ' V^ — n r p 1-^1 1 jam 1'^ J- ^ ^ <> rj <o . In coelesti hierarchia.

. 22: $ :g= ^^=f=*^ g sit re.J. 22: -fa> Quern ^ I. :?2= :?2: An Ab r> ve - ^^^ bus :pz: da lau :^ Q =P2: Qui ^^^ :?2: !&- ri m Voices.The same for Male m M. ^^ — i^i <s» 42 1?- r r( n glo ) - ^ ae. i P pas res to rJ ^^^^ P e^ zci: 3 ge 123: =1 o ^I-JHJ- jQ- -^1 -Q_ vo bis jam 32: ^ ^ 1 2XU £ j^j r '-I' ^ Rex est. ' = -0_ jQ. 33: i re r 122: tus - ^--i— -f Na xe di J. 80.

Bethlehem hath now beholden Kings of tribes far-off and olden. Aunim. ^ (Second Tti:te. I ! Qui How - bus An - the daz - ge - zling di li An xe - re glo - ry - gel - - Ab ^ jam ti vo Ju sit - Sang -^ * i zex ^ to - bis da's :g: -5-^- to'^ w ve beau-teous rxii I hill - boa sides 1^ Na me - ry. Deo nato. thro' Mary. So with Mary's gladness blending. sto 3a: e :g= -?^ 1^1 I. nal King. Laus honor et gloria. mjTtham portabant Immolabant haec sincere Leoni victoriae. Natum promat voce pia. In coelesti hierarchia. Let our thankfulness ascending Scale high Heav'n in sweet contending Christo Regi.) :?= ^ Z -^ I Quern Shep I. dwelleth This dear grace all praise excelleth. thus. Merito resonat vere Dulci cum melodia. Let the song such bliss that telleth In its own great joy expire. . God with us. J--^^ 221 Ad quern reges ambulabant. Per Mariam nobis dato. mjTrh. I. ^- i - tus est Rex glo is your E ter Bom - ri - ae. teU your lau - da ^^ i le. Incense. - pas to res herds. Exsultemus cum Maria. and treasure golden To her conquering Lion bring. M.= 60. With (43 ) the Angels' glorious choir.

r Pu I. Al - le - lu ia ! Al - le - lu - ia - le - lu ia ! Al - le - lu - ia r^ ^ d-Jnr^ _«i_ — <^ ?5 ?^ er na tus in born in rj> I o Pu I. BETHLEHEM. A Boy is "5i- o ^ 1 *> 1 4- r^ 1 ! rTJ A rj Beth Beth - le - - le - -«. J- rj f* 1 >? ' r r 1 I.f* T Al le - lu Al le - lu r^ - \ 1 1 1 (44) .< — r?~n 4 TiT V/ H- ii6. er na Boy is - - tus in born in Beth Beth - le - - le - t ^=^ hem hem Al - le - lu Al - le - lu ^' ^m -UJ- -^A. =3= — -1^—f2_ t^^^^-j- f— p- f— 1 1 - ia! Al - le - - ia! Al - le - lu - ia! Un lu - ial Glad J y^zA J -1 r ?T -H ru - sa - ru - sa - lem lem = — . IN ^ s ^^^ r = M.30. J for J =^ -^ -^ :?2: 1 JeJe- det - dings - ti -t~ <s^ 1 gau de -*>- -p ^ ttr^i^ ^m -jr. ' - 1-^ ^P. ^ -G>- \ -0- J 1 ' '• — —j- — cjL_ 1 m^b ^^^t ^ -•- >- =pz: hem hem '+~i rj (^ o . A (First Tune. - 1 i r 1& 1 i izi: r — » — r 1 1 . PUER NATUS 31.) ii6. .cr Al " 1 ^i^ rw*s^ -^^--^ (B— r I rj ro ^1 ! J- 1 <^ V^ I 1 I I i M. J I. »> >< JFtJ 1 • U d: "iC?~ (Second Tune.

Alleluia I Alleluia ! ! ! 3- Cognovit bos dings det 22: ^ ! -^—^ - - d: _ ^J gau de - 3- The ass and ox and all the herd. Alleluia ! erat Dominus. 8. thus. Alleluia! Alleluia! Deo And et Sibi similes. Alleluia! Alleluia! ! With gold and frankincense and myrrh. AUeluia! Alleluia! On this His Birthday praise the Lord Alleluia Benedicamus Domino. Alleluia ! Alleluia bring us safe to bliss on high. 'Alleluia ! Alleluia I us in form and dress. Alleluia Alleluia ! Peccato sed dissimilis.^i . Alleluia Alleluia Aurum.^ =P=^ 22: Al ia! ia! M . Alleluia! Alleluia! souls to purify.i ''(^ '. Alleluia Alleluia Whose reign shall last ibr evermore. Alleluia! Alleluia! Qui regnat sine termino. He came our redderet nos homines. And Laudetur Sancta Trinitas. Alleluia like Without our Alleluia ! 6. Alleluia Alleluia taint of wickedness. Alleluia Alleluia kings ficom out the East there were. Ut 6. Alleluia ! Therefore let us \vith one accord. Alleluia Alleluia I and to all eternity Alleluia! Alleluia! ! Now Deo dicamus (45 ) {Pirtt mud Stand TuH*. Alleluia Alleluia Knew well that Boy to be the Lord Alleluia Alleluia et asinus. myrrham offerunt. Alleluia ! Alleluia I Alleluia ! Quod Puer ! 4- 4- And Reges de Saba veniunt. Alleluia! Alleluia! ! 5- In came He lived nobis similis.—Cer>naH. Alleluia ! Alleluia Alleluia! Alleluia! 8. Alleluia Alleluia ! 7- 7- In hoc natali gaudio. Alleluia Alleluia ! gratias Alleluia! Alleluia! praise the Holy Trinity.0 - iS: 32: DSI r ru ru - sa sa lem lem - Al Al JeJe- for J ^ I le lu lai - le lu ia! i r -<s>- - 22: Al Al -<s>- - le - lu - ia! - le - lu - ia! 1^^ ^ r^i yes: there He lay in manger poor. Alleluia Alleluia And Hie jacet in praesepio. -rr - rJ ZCjL -<s>I - le lu Un - le lu Glad ti J -W- .

up - my ^^ Sov-'reign re feeds pose. sing lul . ^ my lit.ken - re - Re - sits. Re Sov-'reign sits.tie ±i . Sing lul-la-lul-la-by. And Thy past. on me r pose. on me.on my breast pose.ther Meanwhile. my Babe.ken - Up on my lap my When Thou hast ta. ^ w^ i Sing And and Thy Nurse. rest. Sing lul - la - by. ^ And -i^ gives my era . Thy ^ ^^ P tains bo-dy ^^& ^^ Meanwhile. . sing lul-la-lul-la-by. on me.la - by. Thy • So may Thy Mo. Sing lul m ^ 4 lul - la - by. His love sus gives my era .die lul - la - by.tie Boy. M. J = w Up on my lap my When Thou hast ta ken - - m iatzia: Sov-'reign sits. my lit.la - by. Re - -s*-^ on my breast Babe. His love sus m Sing - la - m life life ^ by. my w^ i^^^ Meanwhile. (46 my lit. sing lul - la - by. - so be. re - - p &J: feeds up .on my breast Babe. al - so be. And Thy past. - feeds up . His love sus So may Thy Mo . 32.tie Boy. ^=^ Up on my lap my When Thou hast ta. gives my bo era .OUR BLESSED LADY'S LULLABY. And Thy past.ther my tains life And and Thy Nurse.die al - dy rest.ther Sing my and Thy Nurse. 1—J-n- Boy. Thy ir-W~^ lul my tains So may Thy Mo.dy al rest.die —*- bo . so - be.

1 1 r i'^ I lul-la.— —— -7i vy -?fr^ fr!S ~ my -9-$ ^^ lO \V •/ V in ^r «y m JV • m ~ -fe's li —*- mW * -f-^—^-r-^- ' \r r Joy! sing 'J "^ \r r ^ sing ^ ^ ^J • J - my li • -fe's lul-la Joy! sing • - 1 1 by lul.lul-la. J . And let Thou Join th' ensuing blessed race wilt succeeding raise. O endless Comfort of the earth. &c. lul.lul-la-lul. &c. \ i ^ ' • * * ! *^ 1 -' by. My Babe. incense. 6. multiply Thy praise. Of The Heavens' treasure and the King That here they might behold. cuiai Vtrstegan. mj-rrh and gold. sing lul - la - lul-la - by! ' i *r * my ^ 1 li .. L RUJtard R<nla>:dt. •^ W • 1 . &c. 1 •' An \ r German. ! . The sum of all my good. p f * ~^ m-» » i> 1 II 11 II ! —rt^^nn H.*-^~2 . My Fruit. my Flower. -* ^^ i J 1 ! ^^ ^ i -fe's Joy! sing The _. &c.by. and my only Joy. all their To praises unto mine. l> !. and Bud. power of mine princely palace unto me. Sing lullaby. And Heaven's eternal Grace. &c. This sight I see. Sing lullaby. my Child. earth And A ' 1 ^ -- A • My is this base Son doth make to shine. My Jesus. - r-j c^ • lul-la-lul la J sing • ^ • *-^ - by now a Heaven become. my Bliss. Sing lullaby. Three Kings their treasures hither brought. Sing lullaby. Sing lullaby. this Child I have.la ~«—* ^ * 1.la by. This Infant I embrace.la. my Choice.

^^ r on Thy Mo J. in causing thy dear Son Upon the Cross to die I "1 J (48) ! Tune. 33. Sweet Virgin. Priest oftht L Oratory 0/ :>t. Before th' Incarnate King of kings. ?^ f j r Babe 3 -rr ^ breast ^ ' Babe! Sleep. Great Lord of earth. so delicately fine. . take Thy brief repose Too quickly will Thy slumbers break. Ho J. Be pierced and rent for me awe profound ! Then must Holy Babe While I with Mary gaze In joy upon that Face awhile. Holy Babe O Lady blest ! Ah. hear my cry Forgive the wrong that I have done To thee. That I thereby may live. . How ^ fc . with folded wings.1 ^M=^ 3 EfeEi $ i^ F=PTr I r^r^n^-T it see to is ^ W=f=f=f f f r ? I Thee lie ^^r In such r^^DLrir r T a place r -«s^-^ of rest r Then must those Hands. and sky. 7- Sleep. And Thou to lengthen'd pains awake. and marr'd with blows. \ i 3 it J r r Ho ly A J. M. Philip Ntri. = J 84- ('First Tune. Sleep. Be drench'd with blood.) I. . Which now so fair I see Holy Babe Thine Angels watch around All bending low. In reverent r^-^-i Those little pearly Feet of Thine. Sleep.TO THE INFANT JESUS ASLEEP. I i sweet r Up ! J and r - . J . That death alone shall close. J J - ther's ^ ^^ T sea. r Edward Carwall. So soft. A ^i ly - J. Its Upon the loving infant smile. Sleep.-^Anciint CathoHC^ Hymn Mthdy. more lovely than the rose. Which there divinely plays. that Brow thorny crown receive That Cheeic.

In such a place of rest!. (Second Tune. I. -i^x SV^Z-^ :i>= i 3t± >-! ^=5.J 60.= M. and i W skry. m Ho-ly « -y.J > ^ * - on Thy Mother's breast I T ^I I ' ^. J Voices IN Unison. SEE^ J:^ . o . H ^g : J^J- ^ i N. g M =1?=c (49) with . and sea. How sweet it m -N-jF- m w is m see to Thee lie ^ rr". m =?^ Sleep. c? g> I • • • V K -N-^ Great Lord of earth. J. I All bend - ing low. I g N ^^ ( Up Babe! N (^^li j= Organ. T^ . -P-w U: 2. Ni i=^=5 ! > Ho-ly Sleep. :?i3i JG > ^^ Thine An s - gels watch a - * round jJ^N Babe!.

That death alone Brow Its thorny crown receive That Cheek. in causing thy deaf Son Upon the Cross to die I . and marr'd with Sleep. PhUipNcri. Then must those Hands. In nate King of kings. more lovely than the rose. So soft. so delicately fine. Be t pierced and rent for Pritst r^tht\ Oratory <if St. Holy Babe Ah. And Thou to lengthen'd pains awake. - fore - th' In-car ^^^^^^ f—w fore th' Incar - King nate - -^—d -jsj of kings. Be H^ ^^=-^=^-1^ m rn- m ^^P i ^ t ^ s £ n^^^mm rev - 'rent awe pro found - ! 6. J [ Sennd Tunt. J Holy Babe me ( 50) lyalUr AuttiH. and sea. Sleep. Copyright igoo by Boosey & Co . Great Lord of earth. Sleep. and How sweet it is to see Thee he In such a place of rest 1 see Those little pearly Feet of Thine. Which now so fair I Upon Thy Mother's breast sky. Too quickly will Thy slumbers break. I thereby That may live.-Mh-M^ fold Be ed wings. that 1 shall close. hear my cry Forgive the wrong that I have done To thee. O Lady blest I brief repose Sweet Virgin. 8. take Thy blows. Which there divinely plays. Upon the loving infant smile. Then must Holy Babe While I with Mary gaze In joy upon that Face awhile. by Edward Caswall. Be drench'd with blood.

D. That play with Mary's hair. 0- :^ 'Q - .. weak Babe Oh my I very God ? must love Thee then.THE INFANT 34. J. Yes dearest Babe those tiny Hands. and yearn to spread Thy love Among forgetful men. The weight of all the mighty world ! ! This very moment bear. Priar\ t/tkt Oratory ef St. - ?z2: tEyes how they bright So bright they shine. D. Thine J ^~^L J J. m I. Unison. and Heaven and earth Adore Thee with their fears. Art Thou. J ( 51 ) [ p. i'Evry. I tFrakrict IViUiam Faier. Love Thee. ] . Yes ! A in Thy sleep Thou art what Thou seem'st to be. 112. J Dear — it JESUS.. thing of smiles and tears Yet Thou art God. Pkilif Stri. al most - ^ m aasfe I^ i seem to When speak =^ I Ma look ry's meets J ' I ^fe Thine ' ^ 3z: How faint and feeble is Thy cry. M. When Thou dost murmur Of sorrow and of love. Lit - tie One J J i^J ! S 5 331 J- r: = how sweet Thou art. Like plaint of harmless dove.

fold r^^^'^TTf r^r m to Bz Tvine eyes Child! my nurse g ded be ed J' ^ ' * r Flower the a His r F=)=i] ' r - gain throne A Lj^J) . 35. - how low un told - (Chorus) J J ^ -€>- _gL :P2: The U«ff«W"Till The J (g). dours glow.b l^pfr 1 ~~S i joL fs r' —H J J 2 un now was - - den have bud nev - er nor shall King hath ful 1 c =f— trod ^ up — _J 1 J d J * r r r ( 52 - ^ ' - lift - Jd . lap ^^3^ He r^ ^^J pay will Where Oh thee the Tri could ev g all une splen - - thy love.fore the dav 1 tf^^." est! star! ^ S J 1 'r- snows — ^ 1 4^ - ) 1 F=5t= Peace r ' r r 'l^ 1 V For He is King for ev His love has brought the High That shone be .host that earth i KJ J iS tiT-e^ Babe Di - ry - ry's - hus of Pa J I - r mine. r er. ^^ = M. I were sweet J '-m^ Ma r band J T r gen seph - star r J r J - An Oh (Chorus) 104. J (Mary) " Jo (Chorus) - gel .A CRADLE-SONG FOR BETHLEHEM. Help me disc.. Ye who gaze with mild As her ra - - and • /-Ti^ ll f tie. en heart 'ry - - rr7'?^ 7^7rf^ In ' Heaven a See here This Love ^^ J J bove.

The First and Last And Truth up. - ^ H ' f^ 1 Dream Dream God -^ i d: Peace i of Heav'n.cy comes on broad ^ A -¥^ ' f'^ - zr eth - M (53) ^ I I G^rmcM.ther clasp Mer . but of Heav'n. O'CtHHOr.^ J . y.bri el. .en Mo . .m r and w ^^j the J. - eth a lone o'er all the kings. but on earth J-n \ on on ry. m^ te=^ by by - ^^ ' ope ope Glo i Thee! Thee! Glo r ^^ f^=^ {Chonii) Lull m r ^ F hath great news Maid .iK ^ f=T That build •Mid An And rul ^ J His bower in Is - gels or men such bliss fore ell cast. Ma - ^ .i '±iti i r'^ -j- ry F - to eth 'ning From Ga .springs tell - ! fast wings ^ xz: l:^ r^r ^ ¥ ^7 r LuU (j) 7:> p ? ? rJ Ba Ba ry! Lord ^ Thine Eyes Thine Eyes - ry in r *«>. est .

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. r3t and swing the censers. J" J J ye si J J j j I mourn-ers lent - J J Fling the sor J ^ J f J ! „ =r=5=r=f ' Ver ." l^<ty Catherint Pttrt. Welcome Him." " among r Him now. Dry ^E j^ ^s ^Tf^^ f /f'rV- F: your tears. " Verbum caro factum est. In each outward act and token " Verbum caro factum est. ] . est. ." Grateful words will give But our Him pleasure." ever caro factum est. Christ py Let our gladness be expressed Welcome Him with loving worship." " I hap i "m ^^ He hath come to give us rest He hath come our foes to vanquish— Bless of J ^"^ Christ has - • m dawn the f=^ j-j -^^J ' ! f^ f J- =F=f=f-T I your breast -J—J-^- i f J 3^ w ^s -r-g^n' i III from row - r 1 ( 5+ i R L. J= 96.bum ca I See J""^J d come - ro fac - to dwell turn est.and bless - ni =^7 mas 1 m f Him ro - fac - turn bells. m M. I.dePearsallt/iyittsbritlgt. grateful deeds are best Let them all be for His honour " Verbum caro factum est. 38. our precious Guest Verbum - i Ver-bum ca Ring the us.

ye si ^i5 i:fe^t^ - lent mourners Fling the sor-row from your breast! ! J . Him now. our precious Guest. and swing the censers." Grateful words will give Him pleasure But our grateful deeds are best Let them all be for His honour • Verbum caro factum est. (Second Tune.py Christnaas — "Verbumca-ro fac-tum H est. He hath come to give us rest He hath come our foes to vanquish " Verbum caro factum est.' J2A VlOif I V ! ?^ ^tfic.S f=r=^ i^ «-a I 1 "I I hap. J 1:^ = 88." Welcome Him with loving worship. ^ I^ I. nChrist has come to dwell among us." r Lm4rCmaieriMtPttre. ! "x~r R H 1- =f=f Dry your tears.M. Welcome Him. and bless Him ever " Veibum caro factum est. -^-It — 1^ da^^'n 01 id=.' J^-^-i^ ^ - J ." Bless Ring the bells. N I : . 1 ( 55 ' ) Cxtdgvntk. Let our gladness be expressed In each outward act and token " Verbum caro fectum est.' ty Front . i:*: > I i ^^F^ See the ' ri - — .

Whose Tongue no word. s While . iS: I f_:f I ^j J p!—rpl—grzrrlJ— :: h-Fit^Q 1 _—^?- gj I ! deed. I s :^ P^ :?2I ih-H filed. J = i#t 1 96.MY CHOICE. I ^- yri- ^ 22: T jSj praise and love J.n I J^ All best.U^ His. I I most. - P r fe* i " Whose Heart Child. ^ ?i^: — ^^ 1^" Hand no de r> fj - ^- i & ^_gS» "—^— I lore I 3 H ?2: f HLm r . J praise Hi. A CHILD 37. ^^ —O I m 2i: and love that praise no thought. 3 ^F V^4^^fT^ Let I. fol - ly praise what fan cy loves. M. Whose 32: 4*t I f^^F=F=F ^^ : r T3" I f f 56) <s T 1 I is .

To live in Him He mine by First friend Him death. r Fai/ur SoutkweU. J DSt can _l J I - r* not live a - ^ Man's most desired To love Him life. His love doth cherish all His Birth our joy. protect I die 1 (57) my life.. though small. light. I Thus each light.^. yet God He is As wise He knows. best friend All times will find Him is. I J ^^-^ K. His sighs and throbs. as strong He can. Him in And live. Though young. rj I love. m Love's sweetest mark. S. . Alas ! He weeps. His knowledge rules. laud's highest theme. Doth bud a joyful spring. His Life our His Death our end of thrall. true. As God He loves to bless. He pants. yet Though Man. Yet do His Angels sing Out of His tears. T nth Century. Almighty Babe. L j - strong. He sighs. yet wise. Direct me when fly. delight. His strength defends. to leave His by debt.T --p-^TTat^ Jii 'N Him ^^ I I I -2±. Whose tender Arms Can force all foes to Correct my faults. He He was. to other due. miss. . gift.

f f ^ high. J=^. J= loo. * i ^"i. M. 4. **i-\ '-^•gf Glo Glo o. ^m Glo Glo oj i . J 3^ J -I o'er the plains. A '(*)S4.-'^ & Cr -^r <' r - PE=F»v- .A CHRISTMAS CAROL.d.^ zpc ^—P- f=F=f^ And & ^ * P the mountains in -^--^-J J re f=C^ - E ply ^T - J^i-^ 3 ^ f=^ cho back their joy -ous strains. -ly sing-ing III jL I jtL ^. j:^.'jii':. Glo Glo •*! r J. =a=i=F LJUnJ n} I «!: f=(^ J I ^^ Glo i -^ ^u ^ ^^^ J I ^^?^ . An-gels we have heard on A A J. 38.'i'. fj j^ j..] 'I -j ii rrr in ex - eel - sis De .'iii'i?i' I. Glo ( 58 ) .A- Sweet .

within a Jesus. Him \\'liose Birth the Angels ? Deo I sing. Joseph.this Jubilee Why this ecstasy of song ? ? Say what may the tidings be. Jesus Cbrist the new-born King Gloria in excelsis See. Lord of Heav'n and earth Sing we Deo r Frcnc/t Ca . is-^ Shepherds. manger Mary.ri - a -X— S^^* i in r?jj j ! '^M J ' .[^ J J 1 . the Sa\-iour's Birth ( ! laid. lend your all ) ! 1 Gloria in excelsis 59 Deo I aid. Come. whj. adore on bended knee. JTT ' O I J ex - De eel-sis . That inspire yon heav'nly throng Gloria in excelsis Come to Bethlehem and see.

.) Mjt^H-f-iJj r f tr g The An I. (First Tune. i- ^ J'-Ti yet its e- chocs 1^. That wakes the si lent - / -^-^'-4 m5:JXteJ^-. ^ Where stall -pr| fi^^ y'f" "^ p e] ''\.round the ?i 5^ j i ^ L— . i^a^ h N-i fj ^ to the [3 hi I mu. ^ Qj-fj^t ii f T i g Pour'd forth from Angels' minstrelsy.died sus ? ^ ' call.^ cease ! p r M ?r ^ heard the song of Is /J. Is heard the song of vfrri/iTir-^^ gr p' r ( 6o ) g- .A CHRISTMAS CAROL. - ^s Sft ''" J ii Li g gels sing a.^1X-^^i^ f^ipr Mr r^pii g p ^tF=f ? rr j.^ =112. ^.. h Hark! skies.JS3^-^-^ M HT^ . t^ - II \ Je - era.sic ^ i l^ ll ^ 1^ l Cjgr h II " Ere float-ingby.> tt i m # W ^^ e. TT :3: il SE ^ W The shepherds hear the joyful lies. M. 39..

The Virgin's Child of Jesse's race. 1 . to greet not. By prophets seen afar. God on high men on earth. Of fragrant myrrh that scents the air. like them. by His [ Ktv. and kneeling low . ^^ Pour'd forth from Angels' minstrelsy. The gleam of Jacob's Star.£ i peace. no frankincense But only With Him my poor Gave glory King.S. Which Indian silks enfold. depart to (6i ) [ yohaH Miektl Haydn.^^5: *• ^J .FatfurGalimy. And now they open treasures rare. Their kingly heads they meekly bow. to our And peace 1 my heart to live. lowly birth. They hasten on their way Long hath their patient vigil been . For da^vning of this day : The da\%-ning of the day of grace. Him to die.peace. . V^ r* M==- The eastern I^ngs the star have seen. come gold.y. Of frankincense and gold. The cradled Babe before God confess. with Who. I bring. Their In humble With them But No I faith adore. ^m Is heard the song of peace.

1" 1 skies lent ^5^*=S=^|-J^V|P^. I - 1 f I.J =112. W^ a a - round the died lA - ful V r i 1 1 shep - sus 1 i-- H ^ i That wakes — - r r--r herds hear the ^i^ ^ ^ call. J- -J^ ^ II L—ii ! r ' ^s^ PZ1I32: I f .! ^-•^ !fr L° ff M& U-^ -^ 1 *H9 —1 I r 1 -^1 I I Hark! to the J- -^ J- ^S mu sic float J.) Fh" « 1 1 1- ^ the si r r . m P^^ Ere J m yet J its .Ji. Je fe^ The J- II -^ joy Y lies. ^S i^F=F Where f= fT^sTr - stall M n-f era i sing gels - ~M^~^ u» * i (Second Time. Ji^-^^^iA-i. jf An The I.^ M. J IM- 1^ m - (62) - I ing by.

sy. ^^ I j min - strel . By prophets seen afar. Of fragrant myrrh that scents the air. with Him to die. They hasten on their way Long hath their patient vigil been For dawning of this day : The dawning of the day of grace. . And now they open treasures rare.•r (*J 'f %i J. With them But No But only my poor heart With Him to live. I come to greet my King. The Virgin's Child of Jesse's race. not. by His lowly Birth. g? I J • r-r 55 1 ^' 1 M • . and kneeling low In humble faith adore. Their kingly heads they meekly bow. The gleam of Jacob's Star. 1 2 Pour'd forth 1-~N p y 5_. 1 ^ r 1 m 1 1 C> I - m m .y l (63 SaVMd Tune.** '<>"5: 1 s p* 1 Tr ^3 PV 1 1 1 ^ ^ « p f^ • 1 •vJ •^ 1 ^ An from 1 1 * m r <v r^ 1 ' - gels' 1 J • m ^ . Who. Of frankincense and gold. S. depart gold.—n — jr. The cradled Babe before Their God confess. S^FaOur Galimy. like them.— From Vie ) Oratory Hymn-book. Which Indian silks enfold. Gave Glory to our God on high And peace to men on earth. ^g ^ heard Is =^ the M i ' song of r^ r peace.Tj -?-fi^t E IT Tf fti \V ' f="-1 J • « r 1 ''^^. no frankincense I bring. The eastern Kings the star have seen. . ' .-0 1 ' 1 ' cease choes - i i s 1 e — 1 1 ' ri/ 1 .

. us! Sweet and far to-night sing o'er skies .A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 4^ 4 d i I. J= M. -B *=* :P2: l=d=i Star to star -^- u T=i I Trrr — I Maketh solemn cho . Sons of men. let nothing grieve you Evermore Heaven's door Widens to receive you Brothers of the Babe Eternal In His Name Come and claim Grace and bliss supernal.| _ the ^ mid -night blest ?2: * is tell ing :^ J l=i "^ I When ^ 4- our Lord God the Word Made U.rus. io8. r AVf. I ^ in the highest And Heaven I again Unto men Their souls' peace be given All our wrong by Him is righted ! In Whose Birth Heav'n and Earth Stand for aye united. ing. 40. J d=i i the All I. J. Time III v. J ( 64) ! ' ] . yoHn O'Cennar. dwell -C2.d=i Glory 2^ ^=F f^=F jM. - 1 -^ ! . with us His jm.

fj\p B\ ^ ri ' ' :g= S^ ZC21 d=d: ' ' there with - I J. :p:s= iizz: =8= I -^ Thou II I J .1 Lord. I ^^ ?<s»- And 7^ I nar-row man-ger. :Ss=?. M = • (First Tune.-^-' Z2Z22: E£ / f "7~r (65) win - ter wild. O M Thy kiss the straw that forms <-> I g Q < I t J = m There ^^ 80. ^ Co. so 1-^ ti - "cr J xz: Be-neath those My i ' in those - s i p —^ r i bleak. bles-sed -^- ^^S- -|f>r I g - 1 I ^^ heart. - bed ly In S I & (Second Tune. cold and the in -rj- r -et- I ' ' ^ My. I I chil Cop>Tight 1899 by Booscy M.) in > ^ y y y 3Ei [ p the narrow manger. K. f Ja^. d: I soft 3± J^J-^ -^t^-g-l irz: ir ^ and weak. 41. Lord. :g: I ' 7^ ^. ^1^ ..BESIDE THE MANGER. 1 I s <^ v? 1^ my lay icz: ny "^7" :^ 5«s- i p^ ^ art.=^ 1 Child. cold and bleak. ! ' Hands.) l-n^i z^ ' There I. Thou art.. 2^ J tJ^- r> o ^c :z2i 231 32: Feet And Q bow my head.

^ J. .J:/ ^ » bles-sed Child. [ First Tu>ie. A •• . i & Copyright 1899 by Boosey Co./' the straw that forms Trgf'^ my heart. A sinner kneeling at an Infant's cot. i bow my I O head. ^ and weak. But plead for me. so soft ^ . I call on thee . Mother of God. commend me to thy A Son As here And now oh. Spouse of the Dove. S." \ "] .y^j-to^ m m-^m e ^^ ^^ ny Feet ^^ / ^ And kiss f i J. . commend me when my task it done. life shall end. ] (66) C tf.1 .. That small Hand place upon my prostrate brow. N^^^^ Thy chil - ly r bed ter £^ wild. . Upon thy fair and youthful face I read A look of love look which bids me trust thee in my need. Mother dear For crouching in His Infant-presence. I bend . I .. 1 . Rotijiiv. And thus in faith assured I leave my heart. 2. — " Saint Crptt. j .j M J.^/.^j^f^U 4 .—Hy f *?. i And arr . 1 quake with And fear. J. J . . Show me thy wondrous Babe. with Thee A worthless gift with which Thou wilt not part Eternally. a^ ^r^i pn^T+r g^E^ ti - lay I . sinner at the Cross forget me not. -^--^^^ ^ Be -neath those m Si m there vvith-in those Hands. Blest Child. Stand Tune. O Mothermaid. Foretold of yore The treasure on thy virgin-bosom laid Let me adore.

NEW 42. JBe f a sim hold i\m rr ^ f J r - - ten pie ^ ^ rr ' r Babe. Which He from Heav'n doth bring. im. An Weigh in that dress. M. 6. . Nor beasts that round Him press Weigh not His Mother's poor attire. This But - ? — ^= 9-^^ POMP. r r frcez-ing v. This pomp is prized there.:7. And highly prize His humble pomp. Despise Him not for lying here.U Si'csted poor attire His royal liv'ries wear The Prince Himself is come from Hcav*!!. J w I. In crib to shroud His Head.in ' night. O Christian Do homage to thy King soul. The crib His chair of state The beasts are parcel of His pomp. r " r ^^ m The NEW = 95 ji. not His crib. ^ ^=^ H r- r las! a rI - sight pit r: ^ ^ I ^ r inns are full . S. no man will yield little Pilgrim bed forced He is with silly beasts This stable 1 ^^ j I r is a Prince's Court. Fmtktr &ntlk-w*U. The wooden dish His plate.3 . r las - J j w ' - ter . (67) [ Unukwv. i^^^i PRINCE .- T r r a pit -eous ! ^ jt^ j r^ r l 3^a i r A sight!. orient pearl is often found In depth of dirty mire. 4- 7- His wooden dish.-\ With joy approach. Nor Joseph's simple T. der r^'-r^-n-r m In homely man-ger In I J=J: ^=^ r trembling I f=F r r A lies. First what He is enquire The persons .

J 112. m ^ <' -• -% i come Come. S ^ {' ['• j. Stars of morning. r cho-rus of An. ^ \\^ y ^J.gels. come. ^ g^a p The WrS^ win-try wind blows cold and drea-ry. Uwm all ri j-j^Jf-^T ' Ma-ker and Lord of us is -Jr.COME TO THE MANGER.i to the ['• I manger. @ig C^r f (68 I ! ) [' He weeps. M Solo.J ^ . come to the children's King. Children. sing. the ^ . I. He lies P=P Who -^ 1 'mid the beasts of the stall. = M. 48. o'er Bethlehem sing — ^^ afc^t^E :?2: II 'C •f Verse —I ' r-xr- 'I 3. WA :S=t f * — 1> ^J^:»Ul^ r I I i ^M -J.. r^ rfl//. r t ^li ^: Vp^-'f > '^ Sing. See.

To be born and to die for mankind With grateful beasts His cradle chooses. come to 1 the children's King . ^ cho-rus of An. He leaves all His glory behind. &c. have pity and mercy on me ! Come. come. yinciiymous. sing. &c. ^ rr lit: Sing. fc qjt=«: i Come. Set the Christmas bells a ringing. J iJ J-i^j/^#-J» 1^^ .^ 2«d &• 3rd Verses. Children. ^. jzL T^ T^ vorld ^3-t is wea - ry. [^ J (69) Copyright 1896 by Boosey [ & Co. ] . Thankless man His love refuses.gels. Lord. have H and mer-cy on me I ^-l IJ- ~l^ J-^ i'^J J-^ * -^ ty pi - 4- Chorus. have pity and mercy on me 1 Come. To the manger of Bethlehem come. . Stars of morning. Lord. Oid Hymn Uttaify. come to the man -ger. Lord. come. o'er Bethlehem sing I ' >J J ac=pc J.^T\ -Tn /TN a tempo. come. To the Saviour Emmanuel's home The heav'nly hosts above are singing.

-«S>- ^Wr -GL -GL —— — Bifc y^ I ^ ^^W^ J2l. See. _gI hap -py dawnl -6^ -g- i 22: < Je ^= =g: -S*. ^pt^rtj^vfyrr 2) 1 ^±-r±^ i^ES - I ^ ^3E i ^ i -J r I See. rj zg±ii:^ rJ Lamb ap Pro-mis'd from . J is r^ born in hem 1 ri ^^ j^tIttt] «: Sing thro' 22: Beth -le- in J g :§==? Beth -le. -Q- . = (First Time. Christ M r^* ''^-i r f=i^^=^ esst/f^-i ^ ^ i (70) r .pears.HYMN FOR CHRISTMAS. thou ev-er ^ -fS.) 104.mid the win-ter's snow. Re-demption's -1^- :?=c rJ r (S*- -I f all Je - ru - sa -lem.-<2- 1 S3 on earth be -low. I. i rJ rJ -rJ- 'p- -^ -^- g f^i^ piit I i I Hail. 1 - ter I - nal years . rJ -jO- Hail.hem ^ iJMA ^ 1 . Christ ^— -P2= ^^ ru - - sa 11 - ^=£ r is born 4^:^^- j3. M.<^ I P p* r^ T^ I 5 ^m fT=fTT¥ m ' -(^ I J- ?-i- rJ < I Born a. the ten der - o- -el us for -<J.-t&- -<S»- - -e- morn! bles-sed -s)- -0- # III! ig: i Sing thro' all .CL -rs> is> t -^ -^ -<S>- lem. 44. I . J e J zt ^ 888 -^fS^^^S^^F^ -C2.

Pkuip Ntru J (it \ I ^ \ ) r First Tune.Pritstaftlu'X Oratory o/i^. ? &c 4- " As Lo. we watched at dead of night. &c. amid the Cherubim Sits Hail. we may prove of the Saviour's love.Lo. Teach. thy breast." Hail. ye holy Shepherds. 5. Virgin Mother. O teach us. Told us of the ' Peace on earth. [F. UtndtlssekH-Barlholdj. within a manger He Who lies built the starry skies He. WTio thron'd in height sublime. Thee to resemble Thy sweet humility ! Hail. thou ever-blessed Hail.—yfrraMfeti ijl VF. What your joyful news to-day Wherefore have ye On left your sheep the lonely mountain steep Hail. By Mary the joys that Pray for Worthy us that fill blest. Hail. &c. in Bethlehem bom I happy dawn ! ! 3- Say. holy Child. &c 6. we saw a wondrous light Angels singing." Sa\-iour's birth. J . Redemption's Sing through Christ is mom all Jerusalem. say. By Thy Face Teach us In so meek and mild.dvardCarmaU.

bless. r See. thou ev P33 S morn! er.M. ^ r> 1^ -p- win -^ r r r r -^r' ^3^ nal years! Hail. Redemption's J=^ rrr-r SE hap -py dawn! Sing thro' all Je - ru-sa-lem. ^ = 104. J &- ^ (Second Ttme. the ten.^^^ ! j-^-j.- - hem s .) I. I r s s f r —» " -^ s :l?=J=F=^ * U » »-* m- ^ Pro .ed - ^ ?~~F^ y I Hail. mH3 b 4- i SE a See.-J- I 1 ^^ r-T iffi -r-fBeth - le - hem Christ 1 1 ^^^. zi m M on us for Lamb ap-pears. - i —a I earth be ter Born snow. J ^ is in n^ J j ^^ Z z ( 72 i r^r^ born Beth - le . - mid the - ter's 55? -F" I •-T T? I ' r T f.mis'd from e • ^ ^^ ^S_ Effi^ - g »H-»—* * p T" I low. Christ is born J J- in ^ i=i S^ p3tfEEp=Eppp31— =pp J- d== ^j-J.der mA m ^oB..

Pruit o/tht Oratory 0/ i. amid the Cherubim Hail. ye holy Shepherds. I J . 6." ' lies starry skies in height sublime. S.J= 1 20. Born for bles - sed moml Hail. thou ever-blessed morn ! Hail. By Thy Face Teach us ! In Thy to resemble Thee sweet humility Hail. 321 22: 22: us on demp-tion's - :g: f=ii S i be earth hap low. "I J (73) t TuHe—Fmuk. within a manger He Who built the He Who. Pray for us that we may prove Worthy of the Saviour's love. — The Beauvait **Pr0ie~t Jt I 'ant " Melody o/the 11th century. Cart/ail. &c. Wherefore have ye left your sheep On the lonely mountain steep ? What Virgin Mother. Say. Phiiip Ntri. O teach us. &c. - ^ the See. throned Sits " As we watched at dead of night. I SecoHtt Third Tune. holy Child. Hail. ^^^ :g=fl Lo. m. HaU. Re J. bom in Bethlehem Christ is 5- Teach. dawn py - ! ten Sing through Je Pro - mis'd from is born - sa - - pears. harmcnitedby IV. say. Hail. e' :e: =0= Christ ap ru - -^ :g: I Lamb der - all ^ e ter in Beth years! nal - le § =s=^ -g- - hem ! From - Born ter - le r7g^ H years! nal - Beth I - hem! J. By the joys that fill thy breast. so meek and mild. we saw a wondrous light Angels singing Peace on earth. . lem. &c.' Told us of the Saviour's birth. your joj^ul news to-day. r Edward '. (Third Turu. M.t. Hail. Mary blest. RocJutro. thou mid the ev er - win - ter's snow. &c. Lo. Redemption's happy dawn Sing through all Jerusalem.j i^'hrf See a Chorus.

meek Majesty soft King Of simple graces and sweet loves Each one of us his lamb will bring. I It ! east =F day. ^-JTT^ ^=1^ ^^=f Thee. J- Thy Thee.THE HOLY NATIVITY OF OUR LORD GOD. The gloomy night em. P T=f r r' ' In spite of And chase the ^ j J -I :^ f^r dark trem ^^ J ^ J I I r=^ was - ness. J=io8. (74) r Gtitnan. but from Thine Eyes. :?2i :?2: ^^ J H zrxL -d- . and God in Great Little One 1 Whose lowly birth. - bling shades it a -J-:j. > 4 J. To Welcome. Where-in Young Dawn In - i g? and shew'd His The Babe look'd up We saw Thine Eyes break from their lay fant nal ^ day ^^ ^^ A. all wonders in one sight Eternity shut in a span ! Summer in winter. stoops Heav'n to And each ! . j- day - way : ^i" J was saw We A. Ourselves become our sacrifice Till burnt in fire of eaith Richard Crashaw.y 1. IN M. I J J J2L 3=: J. 2. his pair of silver doves Thy fair Eyes. Sweet and did rise.braced the We saw Thee in Thy balm . » ^ ^^ 45. J . jjjr P ^ J J place nest. im i ^ ^ ^rP=r ter ble e - - our j-'P-i4 J. and we blessed the sight J. We saw Thee by Thine Own sweet light ! 4 J- . m jr^-^ jGL ^R #? r-T-7 ^j_:_u fT Not from the east. Lifts earth to -J- Face. day in night Man ! Heaven in earth. J no the of Heav'n.

i> kr. Sweet! and m we and did rise. —^=^r^—i^-^ — J^-^^ M 5 . but from Thine Eyes.^ N ^ • ± In spite And chase of dark - the trem - ness it was day .A HYMN AS SUNG BY THE SHEPHERDS.J". 1. (Second Tune. N ^" ^ . y our - In ble e - ^^ ter - ^ fant lay nal day J. 2. It We j^jt. M. We saw Thee by Thine Own sweet light! JU. -W- ^ ^ "* -^ Not from the east... N The Babelook'd up andshew'dHis We saw Thine Eyes. N N .way: bling shades a J-^ 3: -S- • N jt: ^^ -p-^ Face.0 */— y y V ^ r^^ '/ • j» j^ .) . d-E-oTj. ] . blessed the sight .. break from the : • east -^ rm ^-^ no m ^ m W « m y > • Where . -^ ii: \ ' balm i /^ - nest. ^^—/^ (75) r m t. J b^^ 6 ^4 = 80..in the Young Dawn of place 1 M^ ^^ I braced the - Thy in V^ ^>- N H5 • em night J- "? i 1 The gloom -y We saw Thee S- -m was Thy saw Thee.- --... -^ day.

. ( Fa..-pvale of 1-^^^^El l -f*-r- r (76) I r I 1 . W ^ I ' I. that -ij I sweet love * Draw up J. J Thy ' ^^ U" r tears 1^ P 2i: 3E I I I Thee And hove.ther's throne. n vale of this -m drest a=± x ^ := ^ J ^ J- :. J-J- . J= 96.ther's throne. CFirst Tune. J = 95. Didst -' J | J I I II J to this ' j^L -p. -' 1 1 1^^ J- V V VY S:. Didst f come down.CHRISTMAS. 2± 33: P Second Tune.J J ' to T H^ O 1 & i w izi^t Fa.Who from Thy ^ m^-\^ A rest. a them there fix to m M. - from m^jTf > ' J- may j ^ Ete r In our na poor ture - iEsi J. 46. J Who su. ^^ j—r:^ T ^f^ r- r r su. Je - ( -' - men. J J S-f—: ^ our souls to ^ -i J- :±=i S i ==? h i —m- jy^h^-^- the charms of -1 . m M. m ^=^ Je I.

In na-ture our poor X2-.—WUIulm NeUeiX . A -<s>- Jesu. obeyed. Who Thus carried thus began our bliss. In that eternal spring. on earth.—E. Amen. €? ^ ?^ Q ( "33: And fix mi^ them - men. and. and fruitful Whom three kings from far.— m 4 2Z: i "B- tears come down. and unto Thee Ourselves for tribute bring. Whose high and humble Birth. The faithful shepherds sing O may our hymns. r ly- (77) First Tune. In Heav'n the Angels..J- m^Ak :22Z^ :22: II' 'I =s= charms of =s= i Draw sweet love that fe I 1 • ' up O drest the A J '^ r^ • our may souls t21 r ^STT r' r 1^ to Thee a - bove. Jesu. which here run low. . Adored. to Led to Thy cradle by a star. Shoot up 1^3: ^s- to there. Jesu. 1 [ Seamd Tunc. and ever be. grow. I Sg _£2_ g= _1SL J. beloved.^ on our happiness. Brought gifts to Thee their King O guide us by Thy light that we May find Thy Face. -t-a : aloft. d'Evry. To Thee all praise be paid O may the great Mysterious Three : For ever live.

THE BURNING BABE. I my - prised I :?2: ing -^ g -«- n up a fear S - ful ' P i^rc-rr was ' = ^ f¥ To eye J :f2: view what J I m ^^^^^ ' r^f^^^^ A pret A 221 ' A ^£ ^pc -J- glow.. fire was I -rt- I wfc :?3: I I * lift .Qq. the - -e»- zi: T>" 123: in win -rt- 3^ S^ :?2: =F= {78 3:2: ty g tJF^ Babe.. M. ^ ^^ f pill r 47. ^ - ^^j-^^p=?-H^r Anid 'ring ^ I ^ f f Which made I I - =p2: -331 2^ T ' Stood shiv s ^ -^-ti-^ 32: sud night Sur S^^ 73 I ter's ±: snow. J ^ ^^ = f I. to 1^: i« m ^ ^^ with A heart iS: . 10: all ^:5 . As hoar in I ^3 ^ d=^^^ I T^ i - y ^ -e>- -&- -^ I - den I m heat.

air q U J'-J ^:P "C?~ Who ^ "C?' scorched with excessive heat.I — 9 <s>- burn 3^i=^ - ing ^ ^f -^ J-^J Did bright. And Mercy blows the coals. Love is the fire.S.(l7t}iCeHiHry). ] ( 79 ) r Amadou IVol/gaMg Itexart J . To wash them in My Blood : With this He vanished out of sight. For which. And swftly shrunk away. As though His floods should quench His flames Which with His tears were fed. wounding thorns. And straight I called unto mind That it was Christmas Day 1 £ FaiierSmt)atea. I Breast the furnace is. So I will melt into a bath. The ashes shame and scorns The fuel . The metals in this furnace wrought Are men's defiled seals. but newly born. To work them to their good.y. ! In fiery heats I fry. as now on fire I am. the in i :§: :J. Alas quoth He. ig: izsz: ap pear. Yet none approach to warm Or feel my fire My faultless but their hearts. and sighs the smoke. Such floods of tears did shed. The fuel Justice layeth on.

let us join the Heavenly Host. M. P.A CHRISTMAS CAROL. that manger poor became a throne For He Whom Mary bore was God the Son. OldEtiglith Can:. Son. and 5. The Angels hovered round. thus. And. 48. Venite adoremus Dominum. 3. 8. When When Christ our shone stars then. The snow lay on The m v^ m 1» :z ^ The ground. and Holy Ghost. liarmouixti ) S. daughter pure of holy Anne. j 80 Clhtlian Metoav. That brought into this world our God made Man. and oxen shared the roof with them. 7. 4. to tend the Child. She laid The ass Him in a stall. the stars. = 60. was by To guard Him. Christ our . Venite adoremus Dominum. ty'V J . was born.J. and sang this song : Venite adoremus Dominum. protect His Mother mild. was Lord 2. When -* I 1 I = When ^"C^r3^r f'rborn. . fr-JH ^ J-lJ^=^=^ j~r^ I. f^F=^ on born. 'Twas Mary. 6. O come To [ -mas Lord was born. the / 1 stars • i> 1 I i^ ^m Christ our Lord was Lord ^m Christ our Christ > Lord was i P i» -^m When night. h'adiiiiigtoH. -ft bright. at Bethlehem. praise the Father. too. Christ our r^ p=fborn. Saint Joseph.

ff Z <^ 1 and sweet » n \^ >^ 1 Let rj^Jk iW-j. - ^^ q=f8 swath -ing -^- -^- ^ bands is bound.. .THE WORLD'S DELIGHT. -3ZiL ' . I20.»S 1 1 f- I 1 1. n # n \J ii' Jr~^-.^ i ^ «: ^ 8 Is Beth A -^ - (8i) le A - hem's And gold -J- ^ 321 A '' poor A^4-J. stall . 49. Vs^->. ^ 1 — - <? »o — 1 r? >^ V5 ^— ^ ' <'-> ' ' ' i -^ 3s: i P rr ^ earth H :>):S a For round.. -Q- I :^ ^ 221 :g= ''^ gzgj.O- =1=F= His I light.Tap the r-j r^ r'^ O ?j 1 En sound ly - - 1 1 >5 - *^ . - en J . - "^3" 22: 'g? In De the world's all ..-Q.—1 " i ^-^ r^ j-D fd v.\ fn\ vv U " -J f^ CJ Z '-' ^ i-O 1 ^^ ho 1 ^j . ^ i^^ with light.

. me to live and die sweet loyalty. l_ "] ( 82) ^ and Last of 5 all 1 . Thy love so meek. Sweet bells make praise and prayer Oh would that we were there Oh would that we were there I Reu. y.!^*^^ of ti-j7 Hail all O Baby soft and weak Thou makest my dumb O By little this Grant Thy In Oh Oh ! First heart speak Child most High.g pT ggp " Hail ! i First ' and Last ^ g-^^^ zc± Pe-|^ ' g. call ! call me after Thee me after Thee ! Oh Love of God Oh pitying desire ! I I the Sire! Of His Eternal Son From sin and quenchless fire Our souls hath Jesus won To deck His palace fair Oh would that we were there Oh would that we were there ! I For gladness never dies In those immortal skies The golden tides of song From choired Angels rise And in the turrets strong. aCoHtitfr.

. Holy Jesu To With [Translaitan of"0 sola maznarutn -n urbium" by Edward Carzi'allt Priest OftJu Oratory of St. 88.S'eri. To the lands their God announcing. r' Cadg%!it\.J- TT r r thee com-pare J -* > f^P^ Thou i J J- ! * # j^j J I r^rr^ 1 le-hem of J Didst for j . Solemn things of mystic meaning ! Incense doth the God disclose Gold a Royal Child proclaimeth . . Praise eterne to Thee be paid. . J I ( 83 ) by Frank Lambtrt. J = EPIPHANY. r i ^ >. By its lambent beauty guided. See. PkUif . the Eastern kings appear See them bend. Gifts of incense. ! in Thy brightness the Gentile world displayed the Father. and the Spirit.lone the J jTw-^ J ' :& — L ::*^ ^ —— 1 Lord from Heaven m J. and myrrh. . gold. H: J?jt4 J.J^^^. Beth ^a - J . ^^i^ I I Fairer than the sun at morning Was the star that told His birth . ^ 3^ i In us - car-nate bear.60. their gifts to offer. Myrrh a future tomb foreshews. J^J 7-r I. Hid beneath a form of earth.' T J .-- no I -^kJ4^ - blest ci J 1 - ties None can once with . a. M. ^^ J ?r .

shin - ing The ^N^ m ^m =|5q por J. ^ g=r= 1 -{. Mi f and i n^^Ff ' el They ^* J i^ a I- ^-^- J. ^ =1 He King. J = 96. ^ ^^ Who hfts that W=¥t^=t= . ' r 9=3Pi r^f i w^^ J "Wo.THE EPIPHANY.man's the feast. They :^r leave the rev - S m JU d r-f^r He.• Sa r^ Seed " fore Vr - told.1-^^. is I y and ^ He M (84) a - J ^ F ^^^ lone. 51. "the . M. They leave the land gems of and The gold. a^^^s^E^ •7 I. J tals - J^ East For Him. ± of the J.

Mother's knee His throne. &c.c^=p= £=a P Yet knee His throne. ^. He. "I C ArraHgtd by E. And crowns by kings ancestral worn They track the lonely Syrian waste They kneel before the Babe new-bom. He is King.p^^^^^^ r f^ -n i Hand fant to bless Who makes . i that kissed His Feet Earth slakes at last her ancient [ bless. out FmuM Carol. happy eyes. . y I Mo His - ther's I . earth their sceptres they have cast. that saw O He alone. He. and Who lifts that Who makes His Yet O happy rules the starry wilderness lips Him first With Eden's joy her ] thirst pulses beat.<£rK«r<. dBvry. ^^ r-i I To the rules star rv_ w ^ wil - der - jj-i^ ^ i^ >rx J i- - 4- '*=FS ness J. J . Hand to infant He (85) is King.

Which shot across the sky. Away they pass at Candlemas. and lights In the sin-laden grow dim air. They Comfort of earth Although is brief at best. The Angel-lights of Christmas morn. 52. And Alleluias Mary is music And Jesus o'er. Christmas gone. (86) . 4- We wait along the penance-tide Of solemn While song fast is and prayer . in our need. 3- And then for eight long weeks and more. hush'd.CANDLEMAS. high candle sheds a beam On Holy Saturday. Old Simeon's tapers shine. sparkle and they die. We wait Till the in twilight grey. we hide hearts. 6. light in store. be divine it Like funeral lights for . 5- And while the sword in Mary's soul Is driven In our Of own home. and count the wounda passion and of pride. though Candlemas be spent And still.

.LENT AND THE PASSION OF OUR BLESSED LORD.

J- when we heark-en most cy rj i ^. [ =pL ?2: J P2: -i fear 4. scien ^ Oh 1 ^^ ^W ^ ri 3t3t I I cry. <ie -. hear J^rJ )^ 22: ^-P- Oh happy Full long in sin's dark Of surer Yet now our steps are heavenward bent. I i raiJ Fa-ther -^-. - rz: 321 1^ M hum of is^ ^- i* ^ w.efEvry. Priest o/the Oratory of ^t. And grace is ways we went. 9-b- 8 3:i: ifei ^ ' lie s spare. &c. D. Ob hearken. plentiful in Lent. .D.. &c. And mer i . The feast of penance Oh so bright. &c.^ ?^p _Q_ 2i: -ite?- ^ ip- When con- 2::£ God 1^ r blest prayer. Oh hearken. ^^ n a lights to &i p "cr bare. ' ^^ T. "I J ( 88) [ E. 1 ^ 3=23: ! khJ the mul-ti-tude of JJ>JJ n us with tise J W I ^^ « ^ JJ^ ^^ ? in 3 ^ Chas- f Yet. 4=^ zrxL Thy J-J- ^cir: iD Thy compassions. ^^ . Philip Ntri.LENT. Now -^=3±L -^rr days the are p^ ^W : gfr— ^r<" -d^A J. M = 80. I CFredtriek PfilUam Faber. of chast'ning fears. ] . time of blessed tears. hopes. 53. With true conversion's heavenly light.] . I Like sunrise after stormy night Oh hearken.. Undoing all our evil years.

hear.EVENING HYMN 54. O Son.9-^^ ( cays. j 1 SE ^ i ^"4. hold. This evening and for evermore . Hear us.: I m rj^rr t ^ r I I I. I 1 M=-F-^ :?s: i ^ iiaf -isr-^rde soul's J ^. - . ere the ^ m 4 r Be I fore - true I — m I m - > tion sweep. M. For sin unpardoned never dies And painfully must be replaced So Pardon will unloose the spell That binds the guilty soul to hell Our Lord will shed His healing balm. CamMtU. That daj-s f^^'^ „ J r to . J — ^ -9^ And. J IN LENT. The prison dark whence none return. = 88. Lord. f^ i 1 m ?^f ' • ' Grace the throne of ' i I A weep. ^ . our prayers implore. |-r =F r r call r so. Be . ^ r O To shun the sinner's aNs-ful fate To see the flames that ever burn. And Holy Spirit. The let us strive. - 7. Eternal. Three in One. before too late. O Father. .lemn and bless the - ' ' ^ mourn the J I . in the soul defaced. God's Image. . £ Danisk. ] (89) Amen. to rg ^-^ b» i£l-. [ X. Such blessings. . T''' '^ J J r"ir r r ' . evermore the same Nor deadly wounds of sin conceali From those empowered on earth to Vain on the past to close the eyes.>> ^^-> O A ¥=¥^ 'I des fierce j . heaL soul regain a holy calm. ponder well the eternal shame.

=J^ ^Fp^ - quish J. Van J=. a loud the - A dy A _c^ =[ umph J- .P J d Tell . FP^ -tS>- '^^Xrr. g Sing. - ry J . r ^^rr^'M^ f=|5=f^ Bo ^ His Tell . =aj. 3a E^ 1— e> P Of viour's glo ^ m^ P^ i - AA 1 -^SEt and Sa tongue. J s = I. the J iS -rsh- ^ "P AA ^S r i ^ r-T^ CFIrst Time. .rr A He „ ./g-^f^p^ J Cross a Vic - tim. ^^^ ci - fied - J: up - on the U ^^— J. I How 3q W==P ^T^^^^ ^^ g^^ r r-|:. cru I < \=m fa - mous sto - ry r ^ - - tri .HYMN FOR 55 M. - ing death. in rJ3i: ( 90 ) rj died. my ^ ^ far wide i2=^ ^ His J. ^=^ PASSION SUNDAY.) 72. Jrj.

J J J- J . a tender Babe He lies See His gentle Virgin mother Lull to sleep His infant cries ! . u« I That ' All within a lowly manger. first evil to repair. . vl i-ini-ii 32: r^r --LJ.) i r^:-r^ rr'rfff r my I. When his pitying Creator Did this second Tree prepare Destined.—Old Engiish Hymn Mtlody. 5- 3- Such the order God appointed When for sin He would atone To in death. — Harmonised by Kieholas Catty. r^ ^V^. I . J :i=J. f zr^yrr He Vanquish-ing died. From a Virgin's womb appearing. Glory through the earth and Heaven To CTrans'atien of the " Paitft Lingua Gicrttri. T J"1 J . the Three-fold unity ! C (91 ) L First Tune. Praise be paid co-equally !. Then the Son who moulded all things Left His Father's throne on high Eating of the Tree forbidden. . Man had sunk in Satan's snare. a Tell - r i fa-mous loud the J_J f sto-ry J-^ -i ^ rrs r f ' Bo . (Second Tune. ^ J. Whence the fatal wound had come. ' ' I ' r tongue the Saviour's glo-ry . Sing.' by Fathtr CaSTeaU. f=F^3^ ^ i i ^ I ^ ftz ' r I How up -on f Cross a the A J> 1 i * p r Vic-tim. many ages later. J 221 =FS? I I f i^ ! I ' • ' Tell His tri-umph far and wide I . Second Tune. Honour.dy Of His cru-ci-fied. Clothed in our mortality. the serpent thus opposing Schemes yet deeper than his o\vn Thence the remedy procuring. Son and Spirit. J — 80. ! While the Limbs of God Incarnate Round with swathing-bands she ties. GertHan. So when now at length the fulness Of the sacred time drew nigh.M. blessing everlasting To th' immortal Deity To the Father. . Lo.

-pc j:j: ^ ma-bant. Ho - san -na. - j:^ p=. in ex - eel ^ '^-'^^-^^t'fi^"'-' &ir rrirr I (92 ) - . gre -di - - en Do -mi -no te - ^3 a^g^siS -l^nr- ^* He-brae-o rum pu - er • - He-brae-o .lum pu i.tae pro • nun-ti n=|: ra A- J - 1 mis pal - ma - - an - ^A Cum tes: JA ^ Ho - san - na. I. ^v=^- :|=«=^ o- ci fe^?^^:^j=^tejtJT'^ ^=i^ S^ I san-ctam in ^^s^^^^Q: :^ . cla - ma-bant.INGREDIENTE DOMINO. cla Q ma rum. In J = 80. re -sur-rec -ti i 1^^:^^ EBP P J-J-J. 56 M.J. ta - .^!' - j^j^. r=r T"TT rum ^ ra-mis pal J i i eel P^ - - cis.ij ^ M^=^^ - T^^ - ^ nem mi vi - ^^ ^^.^^^ S*^ E^ cum tem.5^ - er - «: vi. in - ex ^^ i J^J^ I* r^' S^ F-g-.

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=F= a: Oh by the pains of Thy pure love. Prifstl Oratory of SI.D. outstretched. 58 M I ^f ^ ^ = 60. te^ P ss rr O I. Like storms that fee ^S g fzjl^ My God My God and can it be should sin so lightly now. ! I ble reed. alone. ? —and heaven and earth go round. " death! to r f' Thy Blood and -^. Beneath the olive's moon-pierced shade.. J He could scarcely bear ' (94) 1 Gctkstmane" by Fathtr Conrw rain . My sins bend the bowed Thee have B^ to the ground. That was to Him Who bears the world And make me A rFnderirJt L 11/ the load that imiiam Fdhtr. hinder sin. or to atone. My God. feel it was my sin. And bleeding. D. Philip Ntri.q 4 ^^^^^^^ prayer to ge - - plead ther . Than of the wind that waves the ! That bough I sin. As if no dreadful deed were done. As though no other sins there were. And think no more of evil thoughts.THE AGONY. As if God's Blood had never flowed To - Ever when tempted. • -j-i-j. make me see. Grant me the gift of holy fear And give me of Thy Bloody Sweat To wash my guilty conscience clear . and bruised. r « p jg^ 4 '--^'f^ Soul of -J- ^ Je eick sus. on the earth He made.

. = 80. =^ -<5»- C3^ I grief like His ? Was ev - er hke sin U- SS ours -^^- ~cr (95) ? i . steps ^Br-f-f^ woe. 3Z s f^fl 32: J. See g^ how ? His cious Blood Pre J. :S= •:^-|ri F CROSS. A. IE3I i -r^i—^ Christ we r : with :z2: -U=-L g -r go. VERSE SUNG AT THE ^ M. va Cal J.59.. ' 22: pain ^ -J_^ -c^ -G»- to pain. ^ ^ -^ - i :z2i f= =^ =#: ^' eV At - ing -^ ^^ 2ZZ2: f^-^-^-?-^^ - -<=- -J. from hearts and foot « J _ r?~i"B^ woe to 5^=^ - I .^ - ry.. -e>- 22§^ ts>- ^^ ^ « lov 123= rc2I 1— To ^^ ^ With :lg: Fj9 slow... From Pg»^ WAY OF THE ry Sta - 32: a 'fe gri Was pours tion r ev I ss J- :g: 122- 3^ — -rs S t?.J rz: :^ -«e>- ^ J...

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—n — ^K^ -*- r~^ J —— i ^ m . to do constant care Let us henceforth with our own hearts be stetn. Follow the blood-stained way. vy cross - to bear. WTiile dangers are so Oh ! Nor [ tM4)i CaUurint Ptt^. ! ^-41 1 m 1 J "" 1 ^ - • »_i ! ^^ * p m * • we would in spirit./N n # f PJ^t ^^ ^^ / 1 ^ Ji p ? lone can aid - - m ' A V ! > J Him ' there ~^^ * r1 1 i&*f-. That they may quickly learn The rules of daily self-denying strife. da}' Lf- -^ 1 by day. Alas I the world's bright fields have ever been So gay and lair a scene. 1 let rife us urge them on linger \^dth mighty sway on the way ( 97 ) H n . storing as a The contrite thoughts which rise For us the road The to Calvarj* prize . With loNnng sorrow. That our good Angels have hard work To keep us brave and true To turn our wandering feet with To the calm paths of prayer. would be road to sanctity. S « J Oh H- That if hea — > M • =-i ^1 # _cJ .

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Batk. PhUif Stri. Who came Absolved the to seek thief. Its heavenly virtues prove. . Amen. DJ>.i Thou ^ in -c?- me The bles - sed weight sus - tain.^. ] . Thy Wounds still intercede. m m I v. like him. ^ and :^=: 1 save. Jesus ! Who at this very At God's Right Hand Our nature Oh let still in hour pomp and power dost wear. —o1 -ry A - men.^UJ 1 ^^^ S s^-"1^ J-. Wmiam Faier.. from out Thine open Side Thou hast the thirsty world supplied With endless streams of love Come ye who would your sickness quell.S. and promise gave Of peace among the blest do Thou give me penitence That I. when summoned hence. Priesr\ Oratory <^St. Ah ! In Paradise Jesus ! may rest. And by their simple silence plead Thy countless merits there. J LFrtJerick <tftht (99 ) [ Ad^tidfnmy. Draw freely from that sacred well. U-i Jesus ! ^ .

r ^^ ^^^ '^^p^—^ -J^ P sli her mourn with us let iia. J I. is cru fiedl 1 ^^S ( 100) . M. our Love. 32: "Try • Je -€/ sus. = (First Tune. our is i ^^3^ Love.p cru - ci ' - 3 ^ te-: " -^ fied ! Je - sus. Oh mourn and come with ^^ me while a ! See.JESUS CRUCIFIED. 62.) 72.

our Love. Love of God O Sin of man In this dread act your strength And victory remains with Love For He. crucified is 3- How fast nailed His blessed His failing Oh His Hands and Feet are break. J . is crucified Love. is crucified! all A heart. Jesus." -.—" ytsui C Arrangtd an First rFnderict lyUIiam Fahtr. Pilate self-love and guilty pride and His Judas were . Italian Hjrtnn iteicdy.D. Jesus. oh break. our Love. and they will not be denied broken heart. is Thy weak thirst is tied Eyes are blind with Blood crucified His . our Love._ M. is crucified Cross. PkUif Aeri.. our Love. ! is crucified 1 8. D. drop by drop . J Cniei/Ud. our Love. let the Blood from out that Side Fall gently on thee. is crucified O ! is tried Tuiu. our Love. J = w^ Oh I. our ? . us ^^i Je #~ '* 3C^ tears to shed for Him. Come.) 63. Prititl L »/ the Oratary cf St. And three hours His silence cried For mercy on the souls of men . and Jesus meekly bowed His falling Eyes He strove to guide With mindful love to Mary's face Have we no While sus. Jesus. our Love. by S. seven words of A broken love. I i r f come and ^ r moam r r with J^ me a J 1 gs ifej^ *jl a ^ J I fa ^r" mw (Second Tune. I . - J ' while 1 J Ma See. Ask. (lOl) I J CSeceiid TuHC—Melodyfrom Ou "I Hymn-book of the London Ora:^my. J Oh come and ''T g? ry calls us - her side to ii-^ J iJ ^ I * nr-r — 1— t- n # f^ '' ' I * * y let moam with her. is crucified And ! ! Seven times He spoke. lyaddingtcn. soldiers scoff and Jews deride Ah ! look how patiently He hangs Jesus. P. Jesus. Love's cradle is Jesus. our Love. hard heart of mine! Tongue with Jesus. our Love. is crucified . a fount of tears. is cru-ci-fied! rr^=^ Death came. take thy stand beneath the His Mother cannot reach His Face She stands in helplessness beside Her heart is martyred with her Son's Jesus.

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1 1 9 r in i-"— -0- /"_% •!». • 1 m 1 -_. &' ' 1 s ^ SS J- — • Sa - 1 D ! 1 rj <S» way its shade be torn a viour won for me this til e ter time--mi - • ni day! - ty- :— ! i * • 1 ~* tody CMtltmxe Ptin. itj^ ' CJ » ~^ T~—s_ =e=^ — ! 1 .'^ • i '*. ' N 1 1 ] 1 1 m '.neath Keep it. J ) Copyright 1899 hf Boosey [1 «s< & Co. ver from — ^~] 1 - —S> 1 1 ( 105 O ^ i !& —o i H a .^ <".) 1 be 1"-^ N J • * .3 8 [ 1 n 9 1 r Pint Trnte. 11.'. I to of prayer that gift Thou may'st keep i ^ m /L ^ the for That r J • • -<^1 1 p*^=^ » -I • - And ne The gfrace • ray Watch-words U-.'^ L 4r Ifmirer AuitM. O T • - /O ^ • • J . . • « ' and day. 1 . 1 » •J 1 Be . •-. -^ v^ \ ' —'? X & —^ ^^ J ^ night I m « ^. ^ •• • J * rj . _• m ' » ' > shoulc - sin And may 1 rj spir and • Xa.i Oh. « • . Thy Son's I Cs 1 it words last with un might the in my - heart im - a -^. « .—" Hit Semtn'M tr*ni.% -^ 1 '^. • ' m J -* the Cross. in lest earth pre-cious words ! 1 \y «y press! T?^ «y I end - -^-i ! ' V>7 ^nJ keep o ^J J « •> 1 safe ~^—i- ^ t-9-. 1 « - it. . tear a way to me they 1 >• ^ ^ J-^ t/^. 1 •^ J.

. N Bow down. That Thou may'st keep it safe unto the end Keep it. for the gift of tears that I might weep Oh. lest earth and sin should tear away The grace my Saviour won for me this day Into 5- Mary I claim thy aid that thou may'st bless Thy Son's last words within my heart impress 1 ! O precious words Watchwords r Lady Catherine Pttrt. in.) 46. ^ =?=f Oh. soul > I' IS Hands commen-ded ramer snanascommen-aea. Father's nis His 10 to i ^V-nj'^? ^ — yea. my soul. And never from its shade be torn away I ! — The Now earth is darkened rent the temple's veil do the hearts of men with terror fail heart. ^ ^S s - rC-|r-p ^-gc:'Mi ii Tears. He hath bowed for ^ ifff^?ir ffi is ir l^l. ^ n His Head g F'r..^ M.>. (106) C I me Stand TuH€. night and day. for the gift of prayer that I might keep Beneath the Cross.. (' i dore.^ His J^ ?==^ *i His flis dead. in this dread hour with sweet contrition's holy power Rend Thou my Break it ! i Thy Hands my spirit I commend.:i' . Philip Ntri in Rome. - ir g ' tt and weep and f. feJ.—hftlody by Franctsco Sot»r\ admiUtd PrUst i/lkt Oratary »/ I St. His woes in ev - 'ry-thing is end - ed. iSs*. m » A . ^ ^ N ^s a>-r-a# g ff — thy Lord pray T^^^n f=g= P r is '-wff.. O God. J^iJ'.J . ] in ! And may time they be to —until eternity. J . in spirit. J = {Second Tune.J^ J.

sweet Sa 3i: e -f^- -GtI I. I J. 4. rr'P Thy ^ ^ "Cr I 32: are 3SI friends ! and ! All claim 3i: love. Let kings obey. J ^IBE I [^'f r for all . J . That all be one. i^ 1 2. And guide the steps that travel from afar The sick to health. O Lord. and farthest nations own Her gentle rule. of When „ . the bruis'd to peace restore. and bless his reign.X iS*>. And break the chain. J ?1F 4 FOR ALL ESTATES OF MEN. o - ^^ i ^ "^3" ' . Or Thy true Church with causeless strife divide. Look on thy Vicar. I 1 I --f- ^ =^^^^=^ ^ gzg? - • Thy have shar'd Blood. on the foes who mar Thy Truth or hide. and bend before her throne. And 5. r r from Thy ho . . Look on Thy Church. W HP I Thy day --^ -^ "C?" with the good. Look down in pity bring them home. m^ ^^ - vil We place ^ AJ. Last. P. = M. 3.GOOD FRIDAY. f=f claim Thy AU Thy -J- 1- Grace.^ r all I the I S Thy Blood -^ have shar'd J^ ^ love. or lest harm betide Bride. - 4 - dren. Thy Handmaid and Thy Lest sin infect her. foes. . "] ( 107) C/feMrynm Oaudt Gndintett PtmOKr. . 84. 64. ! r CmmtH Oaitlc. Amen. and Thou by all ador'd. call'd by Thee to bear Thy sceptre's weight and "all the churches' care " With light direct him. and loose the prison-bar. ! J ^^ i this J- ' i vioar. and with strength sustain The burdens of his charge. bring the labouring vessel safe to shore.ly r A iS: chU f I Look down. lymMdbmlnt. amxftd ly S.

ne |^t=TtfJ=^^ T Je - ty nirif r & take* I r r- A-men. I 4- Je-sus! say. ^ J= 76. (First Time.TO JESUS IN HIS PASSION.) Unison. spare and pardon me. sus say. pi J. M. \~Gh4r p ' I And who has dared 'Tis what wretch has dared Thy sa-cred Hands buf to - - fet grate-ful Thy Face so been Yet. ^m Co. =^ - r have thus un I II to bind? sa-cred Hands to bind I ? H± (108) . Je : - so *1]^ sus. 65._^ J | | Oh. ForThy sweet mercy's sake Copyright 1898 by Boosey My - ' ^ r~rT^T J V- meek and kind HK^_^_^ ^ I. 1 My 1. what wretch has dared Thy ! " f¥f^^^F^ my Lord.

bi H^mUir: Attstin. Him for me.don me. Mary. who has murdered thus Thy loved and only One ? Canst thou forgive the blood-stained hand That robbed thee of thy Son ? 'Tis I have thus ungrateful been To Jesus and to thee 'Tis I have thus.1 nj-^^ s rne My Jesus! That ^ SPf I Who 'Tis I have thus. Amen. Atpkonsus. ! fall ? I have thus. For Thy sweet mercy's sake 1.J i J J J " r r And who ' J ' r r J J mf\: r ' r buf has dared to '. J. Forgive And me for pray to thy Jesus' sake.Saint Alfhofisus ilaria LtgiiorLi [Start J Tune. To &c gall ? held the nails that pierced Thy Hands. And. r ' J]Jn r r r Thy Face M ' ".— " My ( log) an Italian L<nt Hymn iltlcdi.— "St. rn 1 Oh. - r r fet so r-^^' ' J . (a? ^ r - I J^l ^ - grate ful - " s- r so ^"r^ meek and kind ? j_J_J^ r ^ r i been: Yet. my Lord. \ J . Waddinet-m.'^ karmaniitd P. by S. pi J. &c.-> J J r'f r r - » ty take J ^ . r r ' -« ^ 'Tis have thus un I 1^. VFirtf Tutu.K S ^ Je - sus. lies J tUtding. [_ r TransUtimt /rem tht Ttalian e/'\ {. spare and par.1. ^^-fs r. &c. who dared to nail pierce that Heart divine 'Tis ! With vinegar and s ? ? My Jesus who has mocked Thy thirst Who ' Those tender Feet of Thine ? And whose the arm that raised the lance cruel thorny made that hard and heavy cross Which weighs Thy Shoulders down - ^ I My Jesus whose the hands that wove crown ? A-men. And made the hammer ! say.

" And fast. (IIO) [ Danish Hymn UOody. r T# r ^ 1 f" fi= f SOUL'S CHAMPION. sweet soul. woe worth the day. M. Even should death befall. whose smile lost awhile.THE 66. By their misdeed. (The Soul. for love of thee I sigh. yohn O'Connor." not for city But more than I Feet made all. Sold Me away.) Love and Last How late I come to know Such love. H . ^^=E i rf (TA« So«/) Why do I m^ ^=U 1 f flood f= ? ttT r Thee crim-son'd see ^ i :*: - nigh drown'd. So only will it leave 5.) 2. First ! ! Thy C Translation from the Italian by Ktv. War rior - ^- r r r *r =<: s J I || ?^ -J-J-. The others left Me lorn. " A hard and fickle friend. By Hands and 4. J= 46. Tho' they had sworn to share My fortunes all. S r- - ^m Pre J J J~-J :?2: vail'd. Among My foes I went. And now I bleed. (Christ. such woe Lord. " As willing Lamb unto the shearer goes. My life-stream to the last. nor castle tall. — fair for thee. 1— 1 P • ^r ST Pre-vail'd feJ^ P ^^i^ me what dead-ly ! rf it foe Pre J vail'd J J =^ to use Thee J rJ so? B Pre-vail'd r— p Strong? Who wrought this wrong? Ah j^ * T r O '^ sorrow's In U^ \ • • -p- r rr o'er with Blood. "I J tenderness to grieve. And in this pain I die. 3. break this heart of mine That once broke Thine.

The Heart of 3£ ^ ^ all k r -^-r^ fj have un- i rXa-^ thron'd - sins 1^ * w- hearts bro-ken and : Still. J— d- Oh ife ^#=3 I 52=F I PtTi'^i^i^iH ^ lend us light from thy sin - less eyes. 84. To . ^ ^S^ r-ft-^ 52=2^ h.THEY SHALL LOOK ON WHOM THEY PIERCED. > Cal Our Life hangs dead up-on - Our va-ry'shill. 'N > !S=SF — Since they of His household dis i=^ i -^^ is r ^^^^^^ ^ J' ^ N ft * — - own'd Him. I I . i^i N- f f I. - N ^ f^ I ^ ^. ^= Unison. »i 5fct and done de Him m . bore To see how He bleeds ffl^:^^^V^ 'g^if T- for our *E ! ( III) misdeeds. 67 M. i Thou f^ sor - row-ful Mo-ther that w^ ^ N ?rHim.

in faithful bands For ever and ever And no one Till love shall r Kev. the dust of the road Is washed from you now in your own meek Blood. >t* Di - vine iWSfei r. You O 1 ! — rest bruised Innocence ! Where is Thy power ? Hath Hell and its fury prevailed ? Or is it Thine Own omnipotent hour When glory and power have failed O silent Jesu ! Thy dead Lips ? tell The love that no words ever told me Thy helpless dead Hands. J .fen g2* P f ces that - Him. willing to help and to heal me. (112) r C.^^^=^j^ it-ifrih J^-Jrj^ i T f *J own our of . You seek me no more. Bamtkmu. yohn O Ceniur. Ah me for your pitiful resting on the nails. Nor ever grew weary of questing. tore soft y y y y I Till in them He ii f \/ kind strong So rise ^ > sN sN nj>j* ^>^ i- O ^ ^ SB "r m en our souls with rr"^ii^ ^Jt^'J^rra ^ - :t^ fe^ sorrow hke thine ^ T JOh Hands of - \ ^ death again - less.^^ t my l-. master of me undo him more sadly than Thee. j shall hold shall ever be me. My hardness at last has nailed you fast Lest back from my sins you should steal me. O my Feet that followed faithless ways. -J>-J. your toil is o'er.'=v-N' fs^ Brother and Friend.

J gj ^ az=^ o _ B^' -r:r ^r m - Thee J'J fr r Si w mt J — I ^=5= ag " r . S M.CL ^^= m < \ ^ O ^^=^Hz M ^ i J — ' -C2- ' -Q. I J2. 1 J1^ By ny. — By the J J . — Je r ^^=Ft P L s I pur -pie J borne. hear -<> ' J. cry I I e>- I ^ we as p*=^ i 8 our ^^m tr 22: -I -viour." :t=r chil - dren r ("3) sing i "f to Thee ^ . ly jst By Thy ter - . flow'd from Blood that J . 68. Sa - CT"^ r f- 22=f:2 su. ^ =^ =^ I. Thy y. = 5! (First Tunr. ^^ "IT ^ I - f^ Thou wert suf-fring once JQ.LITANY OF THE PASSION OF JESUS. . - the In Thy J g J g meek scourge so J-J ^- J „ 6it J - robe of scorn. Lit - an - ! =P=^ -rr-^ Hear ' I the lov - ing J J p^ * I ^ I ! We. .) 76.

rjlH-H-^ We.) 76. "l karmoniiied by S Bach. ^ 15^ ^P#^ I Je I - su.— German Chorale.1 Ag - o - r ny. ^ ^ -J- J I 1 1 Sa-viour. J L % . ^ S—F BEB ^ ffff By Thy pur -pie robe J- i 4_ of scorn. . ^^ r Second Tit/te. I By I.J ^ ^ ly borne. J. =p=f= Jj J Lit - an r-^ - ! y J II j J ("4) 32: ^ . Thy chil-dren.— M.s^ I I 1 rTTT^^r? • • I 1 ^m ^i ~r±- 3 izi: ' . u ru? ^ . J. J. ^ Hear the lov . ^ I we -iri- P^^^^^^Sf^^ ^ii^^^ l^i If- I I sing to Thee. hear our J J .ing m s^ cry ! Thou wert /3^ 1 I suf-f 'ring r r once as ^-^ J. J (Second Tunc.. ^S -•-d ~f^" "^^^^^i J r'f ^ meek- J- -J- bit ' J the scourge so Thy U -J- 'm^-^^ By Thee the Blood that flow'd from _i* ^Pr=F:^ J .J- In rJ d^ ?^ t±i ^ i^S=^ f ter - 1.

Saviour. Begging mercy for Thy foes.By the thorns that crown'd Thy Head. 3- By the nails and pointed spear. . Weigh'd beneath Thy cross of woe. Jesu. Jesu. y. Jesu. Ric/utrdsCH. Saviour. hear our cry ! — &c. Blotting out the sun from sight By the cry with which in death Thou didst yield Thy parting breath. hear our cry Thou wert suif 'ring once as we Hear the loving Litany We. Saviour. 4- By the darkness thick as night. Jesu. hear our cry ! &c. Saviour. By Thy people's cruel jeer. By Thy weeping Mother's woe. By Thy sceptre of a reed. J ^ 111 ^ 1 &c. hear our cry I Cecilia Mary Caidelt. By the sword that pierc'd her through. When On in anguish standing by. the Cross she saw Thee die. Thy children. sing to Thee. By Thy footstep faint and slow. By Thy dying prayer which rose.

fj <•> ^ Our -o- i — r> r f i moun . ^ (First Tunc.viour ! Slam slain ^^'. S^Bz I.DONA NOBIS PACEM. I - Let the drops of =f3F 1 ^ Sa tre - cred - men - dous Sa . I .tain M "p —— p~1l -t ^ 11 Sa pay at that J- . 69.tain ^ -ei.J =76..) M. ^p- r r r r Lamb!— Bles-sed ^ our take m P r Cal on ^ 22: ipz: *: '^' .-«&- f^ r v'ry's 2i: -way: a sins ^ f^ • cred Feet we ^ ' I Sa - viour pray. zsz: ran Low - - som ly (116) ^ to Thy rich four.

Firit Tttnr.) i^ ^ 1 1 Sa-cred Sa _! - viour '^ ! Sa-cred Sa. In Thy love our souls confide By Thy groans within the Garden.' on Calv'ry's mountain Slain to take our sins a T^-i/j J-^J^ r -J ^^*-^ l l i/ 1 J. ^ — So — Peace s\^'eet Peace be given. So shall earth but lead to Heaven. = 66. Thy Feet we r^ i ^^ ^ Lowly ^ " S* J . By the death which Thou hast died Let Thy Passion Let Thy Passion Evennore with us abide ! m ' i^if . P^ at pray.m^ w M. S y V :^=^ — i ^g 52=^ Blessed Lamb. Purchase of Thy precious pain . ^ g t? tre k - '^ ^ ^ J-^ m zz: # ^ #^^ ^=p= • i:- '^ men.dous ran-som pay 1-n i ^ way.£2. .viour ! I i^^ ^ ^^ i J . fe 3- — Blessed Lamb vouchsafe us pardon. shall Lamb was slain Dear Redeemer Since for us the Dear Redeemer ! Thou I canst not have ! died in vain. - -^-r- W 1/ ^Second Tune.. TtnKan I [ il.Jll/jlJ-^J^I^ ' 1 :^ :2?=tz: 1 Let the drops m Our of that rich foun-tain ^ M ^ J- J. J I. Briitgcu ] (117) J .

Collins. 'Neath Thy Wings protect me.ing r r r'r There behold me gazing. J f l f the cross V pzd^^ :?2: ^[" I view Thee Call.C. to Thee J J mg. Helpless I adore Thee. Lord. fly ^ rrrr-^ sal - va-tion's tow er. Pardon sm c? I I f I 18 ) \Hymn Melody by I'vam Sihultrt. I A J Come fJ^-H-« r i life and pow - ly. r Be Thou J e'er beside me . M. Je - su J On Thy ^ ly - Sa-viour. meek and low J^ri J.R.THE SINNER'S CRY TO 70. ~\ . f f On b'j. = 92.~r^ f f -> ing - and ho My er. ^ . Prostrate down O. before Thee. I'atho A. I « love re Prince of t-'i. pure >y. At the sight amazing. Thee. ^TfuXev. Thou my aching sadness Turnest into gladness. In Thy ways direct me. See the red Wounds streaming. ^ I. f^3^^ I J- J Jl^I i I - J-. mU ~ ^ ! J E ' JESUS. LA^. /J. to ! With-^bright crimson gleaming Blood for sinners flowing. -ners Fountain rich in blessing Christ's fond love expressing. free bestowing. II. in mercy guide me.

There the golden Gate of Heaven. M. are Thy sheltering Side The grave — : — all in Thee There issued forth a double flood. thro' all her days Points as a faithful guide.. And celebrates with ceaseless praise The spear-pierc'd Side 1 6. peace. of all my pride Hope. ] is { "9) [ S. In streams of Water and of Blood From that dear Side. * ^ m .LATUS SALVATORIS! 71. Bridges.. sin-atoning tide. IVatUiHgtoH.:. WTiere con-trite souls 0X3 ^m i s f^ i w^ r ' f 1 «»- I I Where death and dan . p. S ^ — The !-<rrSa viour"s I - Side 33: was a cleft of matchless love Opened when He had died When Mercy hail'd in worlds above That wounded Side It : Hail.ger may i^ ^ J ^ hide. and Heaven. J ^ J T I not come. There is an Ev er - - last-ing may Home. J = 76. The Thither the Church. An entrance for the Bride. I I I I I... 3 . Rock of Ages ! pierc'd for me. Where the sweet crown of life is given Thro' Jesu's Side [ it.

. by Your only hope is sin opprest Jesus' Blood. oh. What copious floods of purple Gore Through rents in His torn garments fall.PASSIONTIDE. who mourn. without relief. His beauteous Brow. J = 66 Unison. 5- In full atonement of our guilt. M. Careless of Self. of Jesus crucified. i 120) rest. -J- t r>'r r - M "FT ' 5t-* T Whence Sweet pledges sus. hail. of the ^ ^ J. i^ J The purple streams f^tl Wherein our wearied souls may Whereto no angry foe can come. shame and grief. Come. His Sacred Heart your only LTra'ulatum o/tkt Vultufa" by "Sal-velt ChiisH~\ //. By the sharp thorny crown is riven Through Hands and Feet. ^ What home r^ r ^ I <si P^ countless stripes our Jesus bore. -V. \ ( ^ of His dear Blood. JJ ^U JIJ t Hail I. All naked left in Pilate's hall hide. . ^i^: ! ho - ^ ly Wounds of Je M ^r - r-\'--^^l :rr ^^ flow the streams that ne J^ ^ Portals ye are to that dear The Heart ver fail. Oxmham. E'en 6. the Saviour trod till His Heart's best Blood was spiltThe wine-press of the wrath of God. 72. The sav-ing rood. cruel nails are rudely driven. bathe you All ye in that healing flood.

o/Ou Ormtory tfSt. t ^ o ^ *r And all O Spi $i 1 1 its .ed points. in Fa ther. . J . Harm-less So shall my feet be slow to i=^ _ ^ I ^m^ mi NAILS.rit.y be the bid- den pen . 3. (Firsi Tune. 1 Oh. Je 1 my - — :^= Mine For - j. U^J^LL 0- Mine were the sins that wrought His death So from my wound. - more. Unison. oa my hands shall sin.ed heart shall each 2. pierced my hands.al pas .£2L g ty flee. su. drop dis knee a J - til dor dore: i t I J . J = I.J-^--^ — W m 1 raZ/. Priest I / V. T-W ^ ^ * J- J J Thee.vils e - J jP^ ver heal. my heart with Nails and Spear.sion i d ^ d feet. ^ .THE MOST HOLY SPEAR AND 73. me. O wt ^ 73 1 C iCT 1 - r vine. - - my soul. turn those bless. 1 rk rtJ Translation by Edward CaswaU. i| T2- ' T J I ^ m r r I /. i V T :/r Of Blood Di With Thee. PkUif Ntri. all bath'd In Christ's dear Blood. «= I P-- \ / Q WaUtr Austin. may some So Let ev - 'ry . m M. e . to and \^^th Thee.) 80. ^"^ ri" I - ^ Si ^ i r^ Pierce thro' be n^ ^-i f^ 4.

- my my heart So may some drop dis and Spear.. J - vine. '(> ^:A (Second Tune. Mine So from my wound-ed heart shall each For U vr^ n^i-^ -H-m m T— ^ 2. in - to my soul. So shall my feet be ^ TT r J * J J J^J iiit tso ^r^ ^^^K& Mine were the sins that wrought His death. a.'ry knee a - hands. M. be the pen bid- den pas-sion r r al - - TJ^ ^^^g " ty. on me. turn those blessed points. - til dore : Al iiia-t^ F^T^^^I^^^ 5i Of Blood di With Thee.) -r± Oh. "1 harmonized by y. " IP?: r-C7i^"T=H^ trr 4. Pierce thro' Thee. O j. 3.^ ^^^ = 60. flee.pierc'd with Nails . rii^ all its e- O Spi-rit. J. J. J-J -i-J^¥. ^ n Jl . Dxch J L .—CtrmaitCltovale. And j::3j- -J- A. all bath'd In Christ's dear Blood. j.3 Jj J Father. and with Thee. su. vils - er - more. J I. t^^ ( 122 ) r SerDiii Tune. Let ev . slow to sin. Harm . ev heal. Je m - my feet.less my hands shall be.

" by Edtvard Laswall. not away. I ( 123 ) [ taim. cold. all our woes the rose.J = 72. J- ^p ^: 221 di in I . how naked Joy of my soul ^ _C2_ ing J ^' ^ — « vine.THE MOST HOLY WINDING-SHEET. That Angels trembled as they gazed. I Oh. thou True antidote of thorny wreath in ! I r Saviour's Side Wound so wide glance but late so brightly blazed. i?3S Je I I ^4- : bling sor here. Upon J s y '-^ Kneel down to 33. Form - And hang •J- -J- ^ -^ ^ art Thou laid Bloodstain'd. ^ M. Priest 0/ J Vw Oratory a/ St. Bat let mangled turn me me ! I entreat. distended. this sacred Hail.Q- i^ I draw I ^ac i5. by those sacred Hands and Feet For death a^ ^- -«- Thou Wound more ruddy than Winding-sheet ! Thy o'er these Wojinds of Thine. kiss And And ! and dead —my Saviour sweet. 'J- J- -^— jt J * hail to thee. LTrans!atwn of the " ^esu du!cis amar~i tmus. Coimtenance now pale hail.Ha3.=^ I ^s *it row near - I I wert self i* trem Whose - ±Jl i ^ ^i r 1^ Thy though as me so My Jesu. Philip S'tri. 74. ] . aw&l Brow Hail. Ah me. here for ever stay. my hail to thee.

pro-cure. J. Pro J J.. J. Bear-ing the cross's fly. r jtJ T r 'r duce such leaves.. that death did 444 Unison after each Verse. J.J J-J-. r 1 . ^ J JjtJ r *r r . such - none like thee there's ^^ t . AT A SOLEMN VENERATION OF THE CROSS. tj .d r " dy bowers.j J f .J ^ Where Life ^a i It - 2. .^j- J- J - -J- ( J.. I r J: r r if such flower*.==?c: mys-te-ry.J. life crir^^ rirr Ji ii ^^ faith -ful cross. Be-hold the roy- s V. J. I.ly groves. J People m ^ self did :.75. J. ^^ all r f ^^ earth. M.. J = 63.-'->^-Jj.i 124 ourwoods ^.rjij * J J en-signs al fruit. ^ tt J I . Choir in Harmony. No J- J ri--Fr in And by i m ! death en -dure.J^ -^ J J „ r " ^rr-M'-r? ^ In no-blest tree.0 O J. r no sha J.j j J y f= ) .

gushing from the Saviour's Drowned our Side. &c. Hail cross. our hope on thee we call. Celestial Who O Bvenim£ Offia c/ rjto- J \ '^J faithful cross.A cruel spear let oat a flood Of water mixed with saving Blood. Who snatched away Devouring hell's expected prey. O lovely tree. The mystery we now unfold. &c. Blest Trinity. glorious does thy body shine. &c . WTiich David's faithful verse foretold Of our Lord's kingdom whilst we see God ruling nations from a tree. Which. offences in the tide. Thy happy beam its purchase weighed. O faithful cross. The How O faithful cross. . > Copyright 1900 by Boosey & Co. O faithful cross. we praises sing To Thee. &c. 6. from Whom all graces &c. spring crowns on those bestow conquer by the cross below. &c. And every sinner's crimes efface. Who keep O faithful cross. O faithful cross. Supporting members so divine. . this mournful festival Grant to the just increase of grace. The world's best balance thou wert made. And bore His Limbs. whose branches wore royal purple of His Gore.

twine Cross di-vine! >' :J: #^-^ni^ b CROSS. g :?2: f> J I art the Q -<^s?^life That yields the liv ^ III I zz: - ing -^- fruit I 1 52: ^ to all J O Christ. r Tht Very Rev. In thee we * ^ J o' I I i =^ r P (J jcn vJ ^^ A-roundthy stem en. Sealed with the Cross as with a heavenly sign Let not disease. From the dear Cross whereon Died the Eternal Son.ly strife. Oh. Saved. blest and sanctified. ^^ ^ dTj I J- ^ '^J-^ @a^ m " i= Peace a ^ of - rJ f 'i°^= ' All ho-nour. j (126) man - kind ^^ ^ J- .- hope and joy. ^ ^m ^ rJ O r . M im '/' I. Who through the Cross Repaired our ancient loss Our souls' most secret Thy pity cannot stains wash clean away fail The wanderers poor and Who own their steps frail. '=80. J . J. Thou . J ^ I ! ^ ^f'Tri 7 ( p tree • '^ p find I - J f^ ! izi: ^^ r mid dead. Nor danger entrance win. Prior Aytward. have gone greatly astray. To bosoms guarded by the Cross divine. glory given to th' Eternal Sire Be And to the Holy Ghost While the celestial host With ransomed souls to sing the Cross conspire.THE MOST HOLY 76. —- m 8 g All hail. zpn . nor sin. hold us by Thy Side.

FROM DEATH TO 77. Ready. j there for ever sing. Back't "1 arroMgtmtHt e/a German Charalt. win E- The Thee life that never dies. ^ • ir good Lord grace.*. And bless Thy my hide m « love. I . LIFE.^ —^ • ^^f zz: ! 1 r*" J 1 « mav the world and flesh * » i V m t m • * " S • ^ 1 - 1 * * * r jp J !-i U-' Who on that fatal wood Poured forth Thy life's last drop of Jesu ! Blood. all pain. M.J =60.^ jL ^e iJf crrT^^TFYr nal - . su - rfff r r Je I. J. and by that death did'st I ^ J-*J. J. (127) [Ada^ed/nm y. fh Vj* • 1 * to 'v. Auttin. me Thy :^?= U * 1 J 3. ! Who for my sin Didst die.J. S. Jesu Who to Thy Heaven again Returned in triumph there to reign ! Of men and Angels King : O may our parting souls take flight Up to that land of joy and light. Nailed to a shameful cross O may we die.-3 that ! n^- P. dear Lord. And at our death a new life give. all hail. N feS t I . I ' • * . By Thine Own power took'st life again. to bear ' 1 1 1 1 Jesu m — « I 1 € m -1^ with life ^ ^_ ' 1 by Thine r- ^ Own • Thee. And r Fa!her Faicr Sr J. : : and be for Un B^F=F Ui ^ S m ' w ^ ' . all loss. J . And from the grave did'st rise O may Thy death our souls revive. All grief.-^ /•. aa=fc ^ ii^fck: i W=»v ter life for -trr-T me Send . — • • • ' ' Who « S w love slain..

) I I be to ^ ^^Je sus. M. 78.-^ i I I le^: ^ -^ T^ I Glo -0- I I ^^=r± -^ I. -y ^^ :frr t s f= ^ J. = 92.- m M. J = 84.) ¥''\ii Glo I.Blood sa pains.THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD. - Je -t 4: -i ' ii'j \ Who -J- :?2: ^^-^ ^ r me the ^ Pour'd for in bit - 4 J. MJLJL i m - cred jcsi Veins! ^ J -•- -m. HYMN TO THE PRECIOUS BLOOD. - V f r Who in bit 3 p Pour'd for i 22: the Life ^ r me - TW^ pains ter ^^ —g-pj—g-f^r^itd^ii^ Blood From His sa-cred ^ ^ '^T=r ( - ' 33: I ii§ I 22: d '^ ^ m-^^=^^^ -G—&—&. J (First Tune. -Gi- i - ry "*" -«s»- (Second Tune. ter f=^f From His Life. be ry - ^ to ^ sus. ! T T '' @j^b J -m- I 128) Veins! M .

:^ com 5^ 4 -^-4 yj . Hell with horror trembles Heav'n is fill'd with joy. ye then your voices . Infinitely kind Blest through endless ages Oft as On sprinkled it is Be the precious stream. ~\ Siemd Tune.ff^g fc 2. T . J [^ ( 129) (] First Tu!te. spirit Drinks of life her W Wafts fill There as in a fountain Laves herself at will. fi Grace and life tta a d: ^ ^ y^ \ e ter - =B=§= In qal that Blood find. -gj ^ ! -Gt- -^- -sli 1 P ^=^ ' f' -^ ' I Blest be I His . FilUx.—E.-^ ' In sion. dEvry. ' pas - - phg!.~R. Which from endless torment Doth the world redeem Satan There the fainting Oft as earth exulting our guilty hearts. mighty flood Louder still and louder Lift Praise the Precious Blood. - - Abel's blood for vengeance Pleaded to the skies . in confusion Terror-struck departs. 8. Swell the. C Translation from the Ifaliait^ by Father Casmall. . i ' nite - fi - klhu! ly 4# ^ -4 "s* Grace and life eternal In that Blood I find Blest be His compassion. its praise on high. But the Blood of Jesus For our pardon cries. 1S/7.

- ^jM4^f" r I i To i §3 f^^^^^ all e - ter - ni - ty .1 J J. ' r ^ f f And shed J- >- ^ r ^^^ ^ 5 -^ ^ Oh bles ^ 1^- my sed be 1^ i-A ^ ^^ ^ f=r^ 7^-n^^ ry's And i-^-. i i -fzt t 321 my light. 92. ni . 79.J- me. for - mej^ for all JU ^S all it Ma J-^-d—^ ^^ ^ p=^ fr fijxr ? shed . To (130) 1 all T r r e - ter - I.. - J .THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD. — g 32: H ? ly good. = Hail J 1 Je sus. my on i ^ > Sa - viour's Blood. I it M-- Sweet Blood from „ d=w: i veins didst take.J I. My life.ty r-p- . ri i Q ^^ i ^P ^ . J !* Hail Who ! for my sake J . ^^i (First Tune. ^m M.

to praise ^3^ ) \^^'^-<lTuHe. intercedes still For those who \STong Oh to restore. And heal the sinner's worst disease. Whose streams our inward thirst appease. PkUif Sen. courage faints sweet song we louder then. If Oh he but bathe therein. be sprinkled from the wells Of Christ's own sacred Blood. and heaven The heaven which While Abel's blood What Jesus shed for lost vengeance pleads. that can implore Pardon of God.by fViUutm NtUc J . had sin Him most. J ( ! fill. excels Earth's best and highest bliss The : ministers of wrath divine Hurt not the happy hearts that shine With those Ah And 1 there joy amid the hell's despairing When Oh is red drops of His this saints. Earth with one mighty chorus The Precious Blood L of t>u Oratory of St.To endless ages let us praise The Precious Blood. and louder raise still. whose price could The world from wrath and sin raise . sweetest Blood.

-^'lj =?z: "r~f be my g Sa - r r viour's Blood. And shed M jz|j^ fc z£ -r^ r r - sed all it me for j-^. i¥P=d^ r^ I ^ < I.r ^ p ^^ f=tpttg±f I I Oh . zj*- d: -f^-v- bles T^ r r r ' r My :p2ZII2i ' 1 1 life. Hail. ^^^%wg^ r I - -p" ' ' izi: on T-r ^^t-p-7^ #=^M "221 "227^.. :^ ' - .J 69. J $m = (Second Tune.M. sake Sweet Blood from Ma-ry's :i=i ' rr r r r - 'i r ty. To :d= 3ZL A^'' 221 ^-Tf ( 132) my ^ ^^ ni ter all light. J ^m nr m P Tffl^ra FWf r I Hail! ! jf- Who my for r • fei^^ ^= r-f^p ' r i r -<3- ^ ^ p veins didst take. r. my ly good. Je - sus J.

joic-ing. P^ -^Tf r I is: r r r I if^ ^ r r I Once the Lord. r to flow'rs. J 80. it J ' r' r * I uT r * * I 'II' 1 I In Sal . - i I i^r*: r —*—^ * rstii * ^=r 1 . Tam'd its &m. ars all J J ' # #- r^ I our sins besiege the Heavens the laden vengeance lowVs. Chang'd Then For His own most .gain. J J J- "F^ -g^' r r i .I J— —•ill. bit J i ter - J £ . the nourish'd earth re. O the fathomless wise folly That our God's far-seeing Heart Gently took our well-won ruin bitter part. CTrmslatian o/Vu " /rajusta Ou Rev. in righteous an. a =S=pc r : .THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD.^J J- £ f- ' I -^ —— i J ^ J . J J 1 "I J When \—d ^ 1 ' I ^ I ' i i i its bri- ^i=F And C»nditcris~ by ' r r ness to sweetness. Eloquence of this meek Life-Blood Melts the gloom to sunlit show'rs : Christ! let ransomed earth acclaim Thee Daj-spring of eternal day. VVith the Father and the Spirit King of blessedness for aye I And (133) . i 1 I . I . J J . . the monster's fury failed him At the Lamb's meek victory. J J J the dread infernal serpent Dealt his venom fruitlessly. world with rain ^4^ J • »/ t ^ p r ^f Almigh-ty In His Blood the Love J- Ms ^S — 1 ^ -ff-i^ T» And 9 i i r ' ' dro%vn'd once a. = M.ger. 80. "j. {TCcMMjr. Drown'd the guil-ty I. » # -i ^ fe^ —^ I .va-tion's soft'ning show'rs. -0 rrr ' f r-' Sweetly r — — — —*— —*—ill/ » # I.

32: 32: P ) . come $ ft m^ n m^ 47j.BLOOD 81. that . ^m f -i - given. g (Second Tune.. 3 ceeds. J = 46. 4- be to !-i & i ig bleeds Sa-viour ^ 4 I.) if'^'i'^lfW Blood for d (Lr A. ! . My m is Saviour ^ -Xl ^\^ ^^ ^^ u} the j iF of price ^ I ^ p j ( . J = 46. M. Blood l ^fM^ V: Hi l Heaven. THE PRICE OF HEAVEN. that price ex sin. ^ I Bleeds .. II ^ He ! — J: ^ ^^ "T ? 'T^ bleeds.) »Ha''i:ii'^ I.i 134 Heaven. IS (First Tune. f= He rJ f E i Q ^^ bleeds F bleeds.^- ^^ All sin. the price of is All ^H S ife is t Oh m— ^fe^ S F My r r r M. ..

Saviour bleeds Bleeds He 3K^ ?^ -«s»- The Blood drops from His Brows. Falling like ruby beads. what love it breeds Ransom.. O Sweet O Precious Blood WTiat love. i^O.D.Q. Philip Xeri. ! He My rFmUrici L <>rt>u tfiT/iam Faber. He me drink my He bleeds.<2- He My 1 bleeds. Marking the way \s-ith Blood olive boughs. Precious Blood still pleads In front of Pilate's hall The My Sa-viour bleeds! 1 fe bleeds. and Food. P." ^ :z^z Oh i^^^ ^ g= - g g^*' 221 5ck: — He ^ .i ¥=^ 9--y 1 —S .-- ^^ gi come ^ 1- 1 ! His Blood is flowing My thirsty soul . My -d- (S> ven. Saviour bleeds Bleeds upon the tree.. He My bleeds. . Reward. lyadiinginu J (135) Copyright igoo by Boosey & Co.^A 4. there for my misdeeds Hangs He sheds His Blood for me . Saviour bleeds Bleeds r Tw9 rta/uzH Hymn MOadies. . He bleeds. J bleeds. While the My rc2 Bearing the fatal wood His band of Saints He leads. He Bleeds! He hangs fierce scourges £all. D. Sa\'iour bleeds Bleeds Beneath the thorny cro\vn The crimson fountain speeds See how it trickles down. -| L arratigei by S. My Saviour bleeds Bleeds bleeds. Under the be to J. Priest^ Oratory of St. Saviour bleeds Bleeds it : fill Saviour bleeds Bleeds 8. My still feeds lets bleeds.

J^^J^t 22t « = ^^^^f >j^^^^ lu ^^ le ^J ^ rr W- - rrr Al f-Tzr-r fr" lu ^ j^F^M j j ii day - ^ W- r^ - 32: ia! jr-A 3a: 22: . I. ^^^ ss 2^ wipe your tears f a td=^=^ ia ! S He Whose Ei death up lu on - the ^ i&^^. ^ :?2i -iyi \ ial • Sav - '/ \if'p .J2_ J '^ eth us A ' loss. J = 69. SURREXIT CHRISTUS HODIE 82. r.) W M^ .less 23: \ I ^ Cross ^§^ li J-4 M Al ! -G>- Al r way - ^^^^^^^^ ^ end >4- J. (136) ^ J - lu from H fa^ i r ltrVrrp r .EASTER. ^ Je f^ ' sus Christ - tzJ to ris'n is -r± f ia - d: Sin ! ^s nets. M.r ^^ ^ Al le u J. r -B- (First Tune.

J Second Tune. wipe your tears ^g ^ a - F^&: way Al ! J :^ le lu - J- „ M He Whose death up on sM -^ ^ i J * ^ . J (137) ! ! — A traditional mtUdyfromr\ L an early iStk century English Hymnal. I. 4. O Connor. — (Second Tune.—Geritum.M. ! 3. . ^m - sus Christ tri ! 22: to ris'n is - day Al I ^^^ ^ Mz le - - lu ia! • 321 .'1 us from end - r ^ r Al less loss.) Unison. Let us bless bur Paschal Lord ! for ! Alleluia Alleluia Alleluia 1 free ! TranslatutH ofSurrrjcU Christut "I Uodit" by tilt Rev. le - i-i W^ ipz: 2. J Je = 92. xi^ lu — | I J ia! f^ ^ Ist i g) ic r lu le ilU ^ J T Sav-eth Al the Cross - J- ~rj- "' i ' See the Holy Women come.^i: ^& T—TT » J Sin-ners. Glory. ! ! ! I . y. J r First Tune. — He is not here Alleluia Seek Him not among the dead Alleluia He is risen as He said " Alleluia ! ! 1 ! . Jesu ! be to Thee Thine own might hath Come ! set Alleluia Thee primal joy restored. Alleluia . Alleluia Go tell all His breth'ren dear " He is ris'n. Bearing spices to the tomb Alleluia Alleluia ! Hear the white-clad Angel's voice Alleluia Bid the universe rejoice.

le Al .j. In sin - ce - n 2. Sur Vi A rex - - tam - \ rr 1 I ^ J. OConnor. J.. rrrr i (138) J - bi - o i ^.^^ scum est. - I :^ do: r GtrtnaH. Jam ex - sul - tet m. A. - ta tur - ' um rJ I ba - rrj sJ.. turn.. A . B 1. Sur- e! Pa J r7\ Iff O rex rex sto 5to it ho - di - e e! rum Do - mi - ni. J .. mis T^ 32: ifJHf^i^ ga - sa- ta - mus.(. - j-j T^ '^' r \ et it. Nam Rex et ris In hoc tri A '.. Pa Ca J- 4. m zy - li - ^^ m J. - rJ^.le - lu lu - ia ! - ia 1 ! Al .le Al .^ IN SINCERITATIS AZYMIS.. Tfr^ lu lu r^ - ^^^^^^m^i ^m Al-le Al-le I i no Qui dat pro A.ck. M. - ia ! - ia ! A^ A. r -I=p um I .^'^i^.le Al-le lu - ia - lu • ia I i r Rev.-^. ^ In. m - ce sul J j k=^ T'' {' ''r\> fe le gau tu di - - ri - tet - Au - ctor glo - ri - pho no - bi J"J - - I tis a ba coe . ^ ^^ . sm ex Jam. 83. ta tur J J f f I (' que ^ i p 4.j-^ rrf- i ' ! Al-le Al . J = m ^f 84. :^J: scha nat -r±- r^ ea Sur - rex li Pa - sto ^^ no - di rum Do - mi it ^^ A. y. vi bus..r!^^^ ^ - .

Of Christ. For Jesus. Let the citizens of Heaven be glad the trumpet of salvation For this most high and holy Day Oh sound Of Christ. Alleluia ! the Shepherd-King the Shepherd-King Alleluia Who gives His ! life Alleluia to save (139) ! ! His sheep. Of our soul's sincere and heavenly Bread Let us partake with Paschal gladness. our eternal Feast. From From death came back to-day death came back to-day Alleluia! He Alleluia! ! Alleluia! dwells with us for evermore.84. . IN SINCERITATIS AZYMIS.

^^ J ii j|. - from death di re - e. J=ii6. r ^ J^ r r- ( 140) r r II T r .'^r'i'mi Rex coe . The three Alleluias M. I. i Al P T-r^~rT le - q==t: d J :^ ^^ ^ - Al ia. stor'd.O FILII ET FILIAE. - ^ ^ i ^ 3rri'~rTrr~rT s V J I I r "[' m ^ - le - lu - ia. 86. - le - lu ia. I. ? ho xit le T r r - hd i^ r'^mrr f This day Al ia. - f r> f lu KJ ±isim i ^^ r le - be/ore the first verse. Rex glo The King of glo .ry. King ri - ae a-dor'd..'. J i r - J (' r i'iO. - W "i» Y Y Al - le - lu ia. 85. Ye sons and daughters * ! fi - - li ii ae of the Lord Q ! Mor - y r te sur - re Him - self - • lu - ia. Al - le lu ia. O - fi ^ ^ i li - et i. Al - le i ^'^ ^ r r ^ s -3± Al ^Et: U r J - lu - Al ia.le -stis. S rj lu - and sjing after each verse.

Dicens : " Pax vobis omnibus. &c. The truth no longer he denied " Thou art my Lord and God " he Pedes. Deus meus. Beat! qui non viderunt. ! Was fere dubius. But Thomas." He saith. In hoc festo sanctissimo. Vide pedes. vidit : Tu es ." ! cried. To God your hearts and voices raise Benedicamus Domino. 8. I show to " Vide. My Hands. &c. Who angel clad in white they see. &c. Accesserunt discipuli. Alleluia. Alleluia. Thoma.Et mane prima Sabbati All in the early mornir g grey. doubtful of his brethren's word Wherefore again there came the Lord. and yet believe in Him Eternal life awaiteth them. &c. Vitam aeternam habebunt. Ad ostium monumenti Went holy women on their way. Alleluia. &c. Alleluia. &c Sit laus et jubilatio. &c. Alleluia. ( 141 ) . When Thomas saw that wounded Christum Side." Alleluia." Alleluia. In laud and jubilee and praise. Et firmiter crediderunt. " . ." Not faithless. Alleluia. Alleluia. &c. and spake unto the three " Your Lord hath gone to Galilee. manus. vide latus. " Noli esse incredulus. My Feet. Ut intellexit Didymus. My pierced Side. latus suum. Alleluia. To see the tomb where Jesus lay. &c. &c. sat. Quando Thomas Alleluia. Dixit see thee but believing be. Remansit &c Alleluia. &c. vide manus. " be on all Discipulis adstantibus stetit Christus. &c. In medio : here " Alleluia. In albis sedans Angelus An Praedixit raulieribus. O Thomas. &c. On this most holy Day of days. Oh blest are they who have not seen Their Lord. &c. Alleluia. That night th' apostles met in fear. In Galilaea est Dominus. Quod surrexerat Jesus. But Christ did in the midst appear " My peace. &c. Alleluia. Alleluia. when of this be beaid.

quished P=:ff: e brought de - ful p^ - spair to ^m^^m i^ ii Tjn- joy ^f=r= That swell.1^^ f^ ^=k g ^^^ skies f ^It^ with shouts . 96. L. J = — Unison.) ' • ifSgr-^ ' JL-I l| I ir r crim II - son \ \ rays. of praise. The (First Tune.EASTER. ' f Al ' - V" r le lu - r/ - ia '^1^ ! h^ ^^u Xrr T f Al - le > lu -ia! 'l""^-^-|^ Hr^r^ir'H r ( 142 . Pn=JhJ I. 87. Earth ^. tit: 1 i tu^-f^ hymn to -JZtL van. the N 1. the ^ T I joined m hell. ?2= 1 1 \f ^ When rang ' I morn had spread her g^^ — I I . M.

Alleluia Alleluia When 5: lu le -i* A^-^ The Lord omnipotent And — S^^ — "Aurora Catlum-\ turpurat. J (H3) r L I "1 CtTtnan HvwiH MeiMtv. Harn-.J 132.^fe. to save. > Earth joined the .' by R. rang the I I 4=^1 ri i rlrr'ir^^ J =#^i^ t' "I skies with shouts i ^ ** ' ' ' of praise . lyadJingtOH.M. brings with Him to light of day Saints who long imprisoned lay. I^j A J- J- - lu- le_ -^ -I i ^^^ ia Al ! ^ .onistd ty S. we L 1 rose. joy - fal hymn to swell. J = (Second Tune. And Lord in our risen With Christ Oh.^=p e ?^ s * '"^1 I I ^ That brought des --nj- -J- pair J van to -J- - Al quish'd hell. victorious from the grave. P. Alleluia ^Traftslatien o/the rejoice.J . turn to grief the paschal smile. chose . And we died. '.defile. with Christ Name we at the font His let not sin our robes . rt»rf He comes - - le lu - ia Al ! The - -tf -J---^ # r Let hjTnns of joy to grief succeed. We know that Christ is ris'n indeed We hear His white-robed Angel's voice. had her spread ^ i ^=f crim son - When rays. CanfbtU. i q-3 mom The I.

. .-f - . . J.. J. . I.^ main. m i^^gr^-r-^-^. Hath shunned the ru i I.J light.l^'|. ^ ^ l J ! I J.y l 33 | - Re less foe ^.^ ^^ AN EASTER HYMN.i ?'^ ' .J. 88... ll (144) | coils I ^ the strick-en .. J J j- "I .# =M J J - ing blade j^ . Lamb's high J - on the Red J- .. i Up h^ ^^ -^ J I In robes en-wove with spou-sal-tide. J = Now at the I. ^^^ Sea's heav'nward shore We /3J. J J r r pn our 5^ Wi^ tY-fM '' J I iTti-t-XTT^ re lent - . ^^I 92. u - by stain..:^.. /3. ^ M. ji j F J i rr And back.-^- J J chant His matchless might 4 ^ J riyr I r The keen Des-troy-er's burn I ffl-i.

Love immolates His own sweet Self Nor other victim knows. souls unsoured the simple Bread Of glad sincerity. King displays in Our glorious spoil secure of restless Hell In Heaven's awakening blaze. ^fCl t -r t ^ \ run.-rr »».T . Let not the morning light Of spirits born again to Thee Sink down to endless night. And to His risen Son. O Victim truly chos'n above All Hell And Thou down tramplest shattered death gives up to Life's everlasting O Jesu ! crown Thee ! our eternal Pasch. our priceless Price. All glory to the Father be. From out the inmost Heart of God Our soul's refreshment flows. i. Now The consummate victory.Oar Pasch is Christ. O'or Passover so free To .. And to the Spirit of Their love While deathless day shall CTVaix^-wn aftnt "Ad regis. f>.

I Al - le lu - - ia ^ Al ! =P le - Where. ! Alleluia! &c. and cometh not again ! Alleluia O ? - lu broken heart 'tis well with thee. ia 1 Al lu ia - T ? He suffered. And in thy plenty let us share Alleluia! &c.JOY. g i1 I. flow five joyful lakes Alleluia ! Five seas of Joy and from His Side Flows o'er thy heart the blissful tide Alleluia! &c. all thy pain 'Tis gone. J = 69. listen to I ! ! A 5- Alleluia Such joy divine It must be so Comes only from that Son of thine Alleluia I &c. say From Jesus hast thou heard to-day r - From out those Wounds that for our sakes I Thy - (146) [ I 1 ! . CfCoHuor. martyred Mother. 89. Re-joice ^T ye that sor-row'd sore all Ma 1 - i=i r tjN=^ i Al - lu - ^ ^^ ii i J :J=i f rsr le r i r I r Th The A-J J ^ r u^ „ - ri - > ^ ^^ / -J- f^ .^j f^P' i 1:1 . day the fies r- ter'd far -^ -^ ^^ Al ! I a way 1 i 4":^ r r!-r iai lu le - - rtjp^r-. J - '^ That glorious sea hath : Riv.EASTER. - —W T -r -J- ^ Sweet sunshine glo £ J- J T scat ! =P2I ^ ^ clouds are J Ir1=^ i M T r ia! - a weeps and sighsno more - g r r r ri 11 rail . grief is turned to ecstasy. y. ! Its rising surges whelm Alleluia ne'er a shore thee o'er I our prayer. M. Ah Lady. purest maiden. le -I ^^ Wf^ 3- Ah Mary.

J = Unison repeated as Chorus after each FOLLOWING verse. 90. J"-^ - S -J- - ia ! . shine ^ :?c:i= (H7) r ^ i± rJ' ^fTTr Thy pears. ^iJij Jfj ^r^ir I.JESUS RISEN. Verse i for People M. « ! - ' ' J I ^^3=^ B2^ son Wounds. -— : ^^ I to ^_— ^^ .^J i. ry vie a ! ! Al - le - lu J- . f ict^ is - ^1 Organ. All hail dear ! Con-que - ^ ror! -*-^ all hail Oh what 1 N-H g -^1 !F ' * ' J r3 JM^-J^ f^ 'frnU ^^ * Thine How ! "^ rVr- i I * J' crim - -i ^ * • beau - ti - Thy ful strength ap - 'f f-'tfiftxi^ r how bright they :& ^ rn u" J. in 52. ^ litnit: .

down.'\Vif' nrr Thy - throng-ing J J^i I I Ar r^ :p round Thee were. Down. r T f - dore *p ^ Al fair. With the fresh strength of love set free They worshipped joyously. dear Conqueror &c. Philip NtH... 1 I I \_AHCi4nt Catholic Hymn MiUdy.r- ^ at the Choir in Harmony for '~ Verses M. before them stood : — The Living Alleluia! Jesus Glorified. D. r- r rj f Blest • spi rits. - m ^ ^ r- Flesh. J = 60. j\\'. those ransomed souls. mies of souls J J ^ l a to ^^ J yy^. so i 1 J r - vel - lous.. 4- They worshipped. and thought Alleluia! Of Mary while they looked on Thee. And O I ! ! rFntUrick IVi/liam Fabtr. All hail ! 1 5all lofty things on earth. . worship Him with joyous dread Sin thou art undone by love Alleluia O Death thou art discomfited All hail dear Conqueror &c. J - ^ =? so a T r T 1^ f^ mar jj . *5: g ^^ ^ ^^ J r of day. AH hail ! dear Conqueror ! &c. 'r r f r to 3 le-lu - iai .D. Prusf] J L ayiAe Oratory o/ St. (148) Copyright 1900 by Boosey & Co- ] . ^m r Thou cam -est 2. while the beauteous Soul Paused by the Body's wounded Side Bright flashed the cave.^:f-J-X^ ^ They worshipped Thee. J^ » dawn i ^ 5.

-J- r «^J =^ '^1 dead. rj rj ^j - cry King - ry. . was AA • S - f- roll'd a •g^ CJ - \\*ay ^^ -yrr SS By . I ^^ . ri rJ By the first g 8 g w I.LITANY OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS. J.g shed ^= 1 :^ "cy At ^ H ^ -i=r «= ^ - y. ^ i ^ S = r -^ r Make us -e>- i -or soon I -J- 22: ( 149) Thy i 1 -:g^ P y^ joys to :^ H ^'see . 91. the 1=¥ glo J=i round Thee ry - :^ 1 = I Thy ris ^ f ing ^- t^ from the ' J I 22: « ' ' hear our J J of Glo -J- J- J. When the stone J- -J. i ^' 104. 25c s^ zai bright East 1 er Day.e^ ^ r) r3 _g. M.

^ CM Caiitlt. Thee she welcom'd from By the joy of Magdalen. Thy ny - ¥' -^ *f^ i fT chil -dren.— King of Glory. sing iS: to Thee. sing to d: f2^?^ yrr r^ ^ Thee. ] ( 150) CArran^^ed by F. — r^ 1 SE^ ^ Li - -^ chil :p±zp Hear the lov ing -H- We. &c. King of Glory. . in Saint Peter's line. King of Glory. all bright in radiant bloom. Thy ny - f> -^- Unison i *# * t^ ta - s 3 [^1^ ta - :«: ff We. When And she saw Thee once again. ~\ MendeUsohn'BarthoUy. King of Glory. &c. the tomb. &c. :g: By Thy Mother's fond embrace.l . By their joy 'Mid the By Thy Vested who hills greeted of Galilee Thee .1^1^ ^ Hear the lov - ing Li A AAA A -^ «S> (S>- eS - dren. By Thy parting blessing given As Thou By didst ascend to Heaven the cloud of living light That receiv'd Thee out of sight. keys of might divine. Thy Knelt to kiss sacred Feet. By her joy to see Thy Face When. &c. entranc'd in rapture sweet.

-A f=f ^=^ Whose love Whose Blood Di was - vine Gives the shed. Unison. 2. J ! ig: * ' ^ . the foe. M. pour'd. Praise to our Death's dark an ^ ' _ri. io8.THE LAMB'S HIGH 92. J = ^mr -f-' g. > Q I Where the Pas I W=^ d ^> High Feast we sing - chal Blood is J. the Him Lamb ments tri TTT - the in umph - ant ^ -ri- i - hosts rael's A ^ A. Pas chal I ^ g (151) ^— . ?=: r i ^^ i :^ vie - - gel il i=h=^ "^ to :#: T 1 - sheaths rious King his s^iv-ord Wash'd our Is gar f Flow Through Tide go - M -0 s -Tn- Praise we Christ. the Lamb's At 1. i-J - r ^ f ^ t r rf r ing from His pierc the wave that drowns ^^ J - f ed Side. ^ FEAST.

*=J: i ' f tim. 8ve lower. At 2. r'' J i>j|-' i 1.I His ^ for wine. m i^ t i Praise our an to Death's dark r 'l ' ' i vie gel ^=f i to nous - sheaths his m: J. love and ty A J-J dy - ^m ^ r> ^P ce - ^^ 0: ^ f=^ for r Bo A. -t Wash'd our King sword Is r J fei - ing the - ments tri - ^tii from His pierc wave that drowns - (152) - the ant Tide go r—r ^^ i ed Side. Love the na from a r Priest. Christ. Praise we the foe. - hove. the 3M: I in umph m^k e m PT ^ Flow Through gar rael's hosts ! r^ i - s^^ • . J -J l ^^^^^ Feast. chal Bread With sin r r guests I Vic - Blood Pas - 321 ' 'I the ^ Li ^ J. Where \ Lamb's High Feast the the —=^ Pas ' i 1 I l>j\f chal - Blood r'p r J. Gives His tim. we sing is pour'd. Voices. J Love the Eat we Vic - Man - The same for Four Male ri - ^ J.

] . Cav-pbtU. Love the na from a ^^^=^ L -Gt- Priest. Paschal triumph. Hymns of glory. Pas ^ ^ for wine. songs of praise. Now Thy banner Thou dost wave Vanquished Satan and the grave Angels join His praise to tell.^ ^ tim. Only sin can this destroy From the death of sin set free.i — ^^^—^ P s rJ . ^ Mighty Victim from the sky. :22= tij-t- Him Whose love Di Lamb Whose Blood was - mt j^ ^m r"^r-T Blood Pas • izi: Gives vine shed. Souls re-born. With sin the chal - =?»=!5: Bo dy ^ ^ His guests Vic tim. Powers of hell beneath Thee lie Death i»conquered in the fight. Gives His chal Bread. in Thee. Paschal joy. See o'erthrown the prince of hell. . ^ Trans UH*n iy X. Father unto Thee we raise Risen Lord.' 1 (153) [ Aitr»uUdl» Jtufh Haythi. Thou hast brought us life and light. - s J3: for the ty and ^ s r^r-r Jxz: i '-r Love Eat Feast. love J the Vic we Man I - 1 . all praise to Thee Ever with the Spirit be. - bove. dear Lord.

(154) I . loo. Sis dulce vitae praemium. dementia Tuique vultus compotes A morte Dites beato lumine. meta nostris cordibus. et semita. Tu Dux ad Vinctis catenas detrahis Sis astra. Ut damna nostra sarcias. nos ut tolleres J- 22: Con ^^ ^_^ W: ^ vo.THE ASCENSION. Sis lacrymarum gaudium. ^ ^j^y - ^^ ti S 2z: «: ## §: Te cogat indulgentia. SALUTIS HUMANAE SATOR. Victor triumpho nobili Ad dexteram : 1:2 Ut nostra ferres crimina ? Mortem subires innocens. Amen. - i ^g Qua \\ \\ ! tor Je f> Et ca - i'ljJ sta lux a r f' bis re - 22: t' I" dem -pti victus es I l - w man i di tor. ? Perrumpis infernum chaos. J I. 98.lup -tas su HU rJ J<H i=<M :^==S: ] 'A r - C2: i^ rj fe - rJ-'J IH F#<^ 32: Or p ° f f ^ F#fefe i - ^ ? :?2: dldb zz: m I J-^rJ J ^gl^gy Sa nae ^ jC21 -&C7 Patris sedes. = U ^m M. m TTTT n fJ I— -o- Sa lu - - r- 1- tis hu |- «--' ma - • -^-r tTfif cor -^- - di " um.

cure the wounds we now bewail Oh.J = 84. Let mercy sweet with Thee prevail. from their chains set free And Thou. amid Thy ransom'd train. ^ i 4=-^ P Hail Thou. man might live. Be Thou the aim of every breast Be Thou the soother of our tears. To bear our load of sin and shame ? For guiltless. Ma Great su. And fill us with eternal light. Potter. J.ifl ^1 ^^ I # world's wide frame. SATOR.HUMANAE SALUTIS 94. of Its captives . At God's Right Hand dost victor reis:n. J reward above the spheres. :z2i " f^ er -3=L ^ 32: ev ^v d fi and ^ flame. -. Gtmuut. our way to heavenly rest. To Our guide.s iS- f^ And - 1 ^^ m Je art. bless us with Thy holy sight. the '\ A joy H » - ker of the -«»- ^ 1^ pur r-— g^ t!7^ 3e light J. ^ 1-^ What nameless mercy Thee o'ercame. That Thou Thy sinful erring The realms life didst gfive. M. Otir sweet r TramtatiOH ky Father T. {^55) Amen. A > Who man's Re -deem- ?3=^ >r rJ- 'ry heart . I 32: A - men. woe are forced by Thee.l. :jC2: # * I 1^ love's est of ill =' d: 1- d . . P I.

pM^-:p'^ll. 95. clouds are reign r> in 'i-^^-Aini Q I J P— light iS: . i if ^ Rise ^ f^n r — glo -J. (Second Tune. J = loo.sume Thy a4 <9 4- &- (Q right : ^.) s» -s> e»-v g r~r^ p* Rise — glo - Con rious - In q'ror.^^ [i A - A. = loo. :^ =i=<=d r r rise. ^ ri ee: i to - Thy na P~T :il- As . rise I I ^. wm 2. . o And where \ many in J\ ^ . ^P J ^-fHi-^-^JiUQ*i gj J • roll'd J ^^^ M. jj hf=^ zi: I. M.J-^ f^ ^^ • backward tive skies. ^ — Pass thro' those gates The a fold J. {First Tune. In r^^ (56) - P i" to Thy ^^ na - tive skies. ^ -^^^ c d p: \ AA^ 1 I > I g a <'^Q I I rious Con .- .ASCENSION. J And ^ J I irJ l S»^ f-^ [ of gold.q'ror.

The serpent down Blow the full trumpets. Before Whose awfiil Feet All foes expire [ U. With the Great Pairaclete. The Three in One complete. Bridie"- ] (157) [ lloHan Hymn UelciUs. I ^ . have trod feet. ^2^ f'*^ ^r r ^^s r 22: 22: ' ' — Incarnate God but Thine.^ <'^ rj i f-o J rj »r> i 1 1 ^ > back-ward « * <>s^•« O. . blow Wider yon portals throw ! ! Saviour And —triumphant— go.V' . ' 1 r^ 1 1 J 4-^ A.^ 1 ' • V [ . Claim for Thine Own the spheres. A 321 ! ' • 1 r> clouds are 32: r-g -> ff rj ' The a fold J f-> ry And where right 1^" r 1 o J. For Thou hast bought with tears Thy Heritage. J m ' P rj reign J- in light J c? 1 1 '0 f*-* i ' 1 r 1 1 No • • ' Enter ^^ I 1 1 !> ^ rj ' And of gold.32: CC4->" As . roll'd — Pass thro' those gates * m rt G '^ 1 ' .sume Thy many in T r I 0* r 1 1 1 I rj . O Lord ascend Thy throne For Thou shalt rule alone ! Beside Thy ! Sire. take Thy Crown Lion of Judah And —hail Thy Name let From age prevail to age Lord of the rolling years.

r^r f ly bear - l -p f^ ij Him the d 8* peace - ful g :g I "O" up meet to f-^Pfc-r ( l rJ r i i r ing ' A ^^ T^riT Bread his r-^'^ s and =^ (158) on - r^r iW3t ' Crown'd with ing - r i -!S»- zzaz: Came lem ^s d-. i i ^ :?z: Meek ' - ii turn - Lf r fray. I. THE MOST HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE 96. 3 When PH Pa the ^3 s $ -r r l Tumph Sa of r r-" 23S22: .flp from ^r i was triarch - ^ FT^TT? tri MASS. T3- - ^^ ©fc way the ^^^ king re I'. «j = 6o.THE BLESSED EUCHARIST. ^ M. 'r^r( Wine. ^ ^ .

Faith admires.^ the truth thus dimly shadoVd. Offer Christ to His high Father. :g= :g: r^r - g. . His Body changes. 3- Wondrous gift All things Bread into ! —^The Word Who fashion"d by His might divine. Philif Sen. together with the Priest the living Victim feast ( 159 ) Amen.i r=f_ Ho - ly nttr^fh f =S= 1^1 Priest - hood's A ^ 1 -r On ' A sign. Pritjt of Ou ~\ Oratcry of St. Offer up themselves with Then On Bd-mard CarwaiZ. upon our altars. Gave His Flesh and gave His Blood. ful men. That same Sacrifice renews Through His holy Priesthood's hands. Day by day. believes He Who once to die a Victim On the Cross. For the world's immortal food. Into His own Blood the wine What though sense no change perceives. Later days a lustre shed When the great High. [ Early ItaHan ] .Priest eternal. adores. Under forms of Wine and Bread. J Him . Faithful to His last While the people commands all I uniting In the Sacrifice sublime. did not refuse.

97. In hyni ite Z2I ^ jcL l« l can A pPm - nis izz: :g: i ti - cis Quan-tum : po tan tes. ^ M.i--^ r ^<w/ THtu. ^ ^— ^^ Nee lau -«^^ -*:2- -f^—g-h^>5: - da -Ci.—Ctrman. to ^ iP ^± ^f . I^IN! (160) 221 -G>- fi _ de. 98. S 3i2t: ''^. J ..^2_ l ^w I I du cem - et I I pa - sto da - ggp rem. -^ S I. - turn I- S i Si '^^ S ^=^¥- :^^ :g: ?2=g= f^m'r^ Qui lau jor.LAUDA SIGN SALVATOREM. i ^8 men. ^^ ^^ \v}i'. Q 3± Piu i ^ia t^ A - men. - re suf ^ _ F - ' IH " I lento. ^ ^^ :^ Lau -da DSC on Si - Sal Lau rem. J = (First Tune J 80.

(Second Tune. can r I ^ tan -^^ "" ''^^ i^ - 22=1^: - ti - ' — Quan-tum cis: 11! * * J=^ ^=r ! ! •Q 56 T^ ' ^=F In hjinnis et rj CJ rj * idM po rem. - I ^ lr<!'<^-^^lirrMlr^ et A -^>- rj> g. . r! ^ > J S ^ 3^* ! I rf Nee lau-da -re J J J J suf . sI . - I i i sto - da . s A Z3: 32: i - men. Si on - ^BE va Sal ^f%IM^^ «=^ to - P ^S rj I ' I -I L -^ o ^= A tes. 8ve lower.) * M.For Four Male Voices.cem ^^—t^ I =5=^ I pa fe Laa .-g- g 1^ - au turn Qui de: - - a om ma-jor -^^-fi- LrJ^Jir^J-j rf^^«=gi= ni - £2_ Q <" -> r- ^ J i*=i lau ri :g= - de.J = 72. i I I Lau-da I. "F (I6I) .1 - - fi . cis.da rem.

- P P r ^r " 1i 7^ I- ^ *^ I to - :d=^ tan - turn au - Qui de - a ma - jor I S= :^ k' I j:zL TTt 4 fe r i^^fi^^^ om ^ - ni lau J .—By P.) #g?t^P^0=^^Y^ I.1 - tes. J f .. J . " =pz: Nee lau -J- ^ -^ ^"J f' ' (^ - da - suf re r r . (Third Tune. ^^^ ^ I f^ - de.M. ' ^ c>^tsi> - - fi 3:i: fM' cis. :g: _g. l (162) r Third TuMt. • CE - rJ hym In - J. J = 72. ZtvytHf.—Bohemian. ^ ^ can ti cis: - r I f^ ¥ri V^- 155" po cem - ^ 3:± turn du d=^ t: Quan Lau-da rem. Lau J - da Si on - Sal va - — ^ pa et sto - ^^ I -A— r ^S tet '- —A- rem. —22: A lEC - men #i r Second Tnnt. :?2i rJ ^ — nis et =P2= J .

(Fourth Tune. ns. ^ .1 - i cis.S J ^- -1? S ^^ ! uj :/ ^ pa et ^ V* r^ Quan - - j^ turn sto - ni - y' 'J po lau - =?== ' > rem.M. Nee lau - da - re suf ni^J^^ » ft * uT — (163) IV #^ - fi . - . II =P^U r d=i f * -^ - r hym p M turn - !* T In tan cem - T=i L ! du da - JiJl. J = 6o.) n ^ ' r Lau I. I r g=g= A - men. • ^ Lau rem. da - Si - on r Sal . p ^ om M r J tes.-*- jL-^-^ - ti -^ / a ma - jor r*^^ -^-j^ S > f * ^ - de.m "'"T r- f va-to - W » J ?' - - au ^ ' nis can et - ^^ de Qui : - cis - A.

Turbae fratrum duodenae Datum non ambigitur. specie. carnem transit panis. IVaddington. (Fifth Tune. $ J '>\J J A J ^. Latent res eximiae. ^ Lau da - Si - p ' pa - _i=|pg( J . vitalis Hodie proponitur. [Fcurth (164) r : Tune. Mors Animosa firmat fides. Et vinem Quod non .\>'^. sanguis potus : Manet tamen Christus totus. Vitae. vinum in salutis Consecramus hostiam.J to - - P H-'^- i ^ rem. Quod in Sumunt boni sumunt mali Sorte tamen inaequali. - va . in men. Sumit unus. non divisus Faciendum hoc expressit In sui memoriam. Wl^i f sto Sal J . ] i . vel interitus. J Fifih Tunt.M. Quam sit dispar exitus. sumunt mille : Quantum isti.l f r^r can - ti ^^ cis. Dogma cem #^g i s ey - in sanguinem.) \ I.—Italiau. sumente non concisus. ^^ ^* on 444 et J I TJp hym /r J - nis et f^ [ l ' H^ du i J . Praeter rerura ordinem. vita bonis Vide paris sumptionis. est malis. capis. specialis. tantum ille Nee sumptus consumitur. In i i ^ f"f''f - Lau .—f/artnonised by "I S. cis. et non rebus. rir r Quod Sub utraque A gessit. Caro cibus. confractus. Integer accipitur. - h i <3 hym In 4 J Laudis thema Panis vivus et ^ coena Christus S "S3" Sub diversis speciebus. Quem in sacrae mensa coenae. P. Non Docti sacris instutis. datur Christianis.J = 72. quod non vides.da rem. Signis tantum. Panem.

J- du cem - I et i — # • -\ i pa sto- - — f- rem. CMild.) ^ ^ ^— ^ I aJ = 80. :g: by - mnis " "^ ti et i can I - tl - CIS. J . I i— 9 J J. v. - I o o H o-^& g ^ I ^ lau da - ?^ I ^^ r^ -[V:y Lau .CIS. JS-r^kpT-^J 3E ^^=^ 1 <v rem. m C!s: ti .da Si -J- - . Lau to - -J- i I va - - ^^^ 3^ t =^=^ Si ^ M^ i= ^ da - I r^:^^=>i J 7 lau da.- et on. */ Dr. 9&.da.• -J. Lau - Si I Lau . T L 'T'^ Caitury. Jg==P2=22 g gl"^ can * J- ti - rj ^ Lau : - da d:A rj n^ Pr^ cis - fy 22: ?5" tl. ^ (165) r 5u(<A Tkh^. i (Sixth Tune. M. I. In 4.^~i^ * ' ?2: — ' du Se ?§^ - cem et pa r * * - sto ^ - i rem.J ". In by mnis et • 11.J- on Sal f=r u fe* ncr can - - da -^ J. i I rv 0~r p r • . on.For Male Voices.J.

All words of thine but feebly tell that blest table fondly gave Before His last adieu. What Christ that night at table did. is wine Thy God's glorious theme of endless praise. Nor less if thousands shall partake. nor understand. With loud and grateful voice. He is not broken when we break The outward form of bread. The same He bids us do That we. : Entire and perfect we believe His Body to remain. be our mind's delight express'd. O Sion ! let Faith does the sacred truth define thy Saviour's praise Be thy beloved employ That : Pastor's glory raise In hymns and songs of joy. Than when but one is fed. The bread Thy King and is Christ 8. But God's high word is sure. To fill the heart's desire. transcendent worth. And calls them to be fed. Religion's holiest The Victim We rite. let thy faith remain. Beneath each outward form and sign A to nobler substance lies Than mortal wisdom could divine. and . The good here find life's purest The wicked find their death. The This table of our heavenly King. . The sign alone we part And Christ beneath each fragment Come sight. And reach the ends of earth. That Bread which He Who came for the Christian's food. given us from above offer in His virtuous and the reprobate Receive His food below . Let holy joy proclaim us Let every heart rejoice And blest. True and life-giving Bread To ravish'd souls this day displays. But how unlike their future fate Of endless life or woe Though one on earth appears ! their course. An end to former things shall bring. And Pasch of His new law. Yet let thy loud rejoicings swell. The truth has banish'd night. Which ancient fathers saw. 98. When source. A To His assembled few made Becomes His saving Blood. His Flesh And At Christ's Flesh On His firm promise and command Thy faith shall build secure. His love might ever view. thy Saviour's Flesh divine Firm For all Each part will still contain. in sweet remembrance hid. And earth beholds a brighter day. Thou dost not see. will . (i66) perfect to thy heart. Illum'd with heavenly light. is found entire Beneath each symbol for our food. The things of old are passed away. Concealed from human eyes meat. The substance is unbroken still. Taught by that ordinance of love. broken is the outward sign. When faithful souls their God He is not bruised nor slain receive. Which first beheld our God display This pledge of love divine. Till they resign their breath. save. Behold the memorable day In solemn splendour shine.LAUDA SION SALVATOREM. and drink His Blood.

^ r ' tur.a ac im-mo ^ F^ - de - li - pu - - J.. - gna - - tur. Fa tur. - tur. J-^ m m - ctus ci I sa — - - bus vi . m mit =:— - - tur mit • tur - • * i ten . 99. zszz: rum. Cum * > ^ / / ^ > tn- bus a - sa Ec In g^-ris praesi - fi _ ^ I lo - rum. bus.^^.) ' l/'r 1. In pa gu ce - fi ^ ts } - nis an - ris prae ge lo - si gna - P - - rum. to la - mo - - rum.r. • p - la rum..^rj.ECCE PANIS ANGELORUM. A re r pa gnus Pa - - n^-' m r. ten - tur - Non Da \ ^ m A m ' Non Da :' « bus. ^ bus. j-y . - •'Vi r-t^ to s ta ' - schae ^ J' J- 5!=?: - Cum "'•^i - nis - pa -nis re gnus Paschae - A fi - I 3^= ac - pa-nisan-ge ce - Ve Fa ctus - ^L^ ^ ci ^ ca pa I - ni - - tri - 1 ^ .. J i ^'^^r (First Tune.dus man - : ca pa dus na - ni - tri *l— - •-.n. M. ^-^ J \ \ Non Da ' ^- man .na mit J^ - ^^ * 1 '. bus. Ve tur. = 50. Ec 2.i2::^ ^ (167) I .

vi - um.re. f - see bi - - - - nos pa-sce - - - OS ^iiu p - Je Qui les. i - bi ^^PJ^J^ ^ r ^^^ -zT nos com tu e - re.ti - urn. '- - . !}. r ^ i' f Ms - qui mi stri i se - -I^-^ - r Je g I g no-stri mi pa-scis hie su.i^'f 3. - mor hie .-^ I T TO' Co.n/3 . r First I Tmu.les. hl€Udy. : m Vltt 1 -hae bo - re - na l^ - ^^ iiiL^c fae et des vi so M ^ Hyr^r'^-rf^y^^ de da ' re -les - In ter Fac san - - ra cto vi - rum i \ r ci - . ven - . Qui F c ncs r se - mor - re ta su. sa - les.scis L* I' pa-stor. Bo 4.—OU Catholic Hymn Arranged by S. tVadduteton. T=^F=f4 ^T ' "tS Tu ^ Tu Tu Tu nos pa OS i - - re. ve va re . - les. -rj'r stor. - nos f - re. T^ - men.-\ P. - i^^ w Jl. . ta . pa-nis cun-cta scis et PuhijfV no pa ve va nis et f P ' Bo 3. ^^ ^-^'3 r^ #f^ ^^b^^i rr r . - les. j^' .re. Tu. - men - - Tu Co - nos hae Tu nos Co j:'^- J J. J . Copyright 1899 by BooBcy ( \ T^a iWO ^ ^ & A J~-j\ . ^'r r pa cun ne - ^m ^i ^ P s is qui - - pa eta scis ^ t= ' ne - Tu. .

- J- #^i!E r^ ^s :^^ ?^ I to bus - pa re jfJ -^ . - ctus - ci ^ J J-^ •^ j 4—J- . I.itiJ J-^ ris 22: i=F 23: t.] J3: s* -^ 4^/ j -J- Ve rum. ^ i 7^ = 69.rr (169) im ac . J^ Cum J I rj sa - - j J 33: r.nis 4 fi J -CL - o - li ^ rum.M.> --' i S I • prae 7^f J i' - si - gna - tur. - r^ 2. J- •'^^^v-r^ 2:^=4: ^=^ 1 J- rr I Non mit - ten J -i^ - dus J t. Ec pa ce - - ' nis J-^ ^^ ^^ ^^ i ? ^^ S :^ :^ J S g? TT 1:! an ge lo - Fa rum. {Second Time.rr-. J' - mo ^^ - la - turj - J rj f^ . T I ^ 1- ni 1 bus. - -J.) 3C^i3: I g -eJ. ^S =S r^ P^ 1^1 1 In fi gu - - ^ ^ -^ -^ .

^. pa ifej* - tribus. J. - A sJ. M^ f^rr - ne pa pa stor. J. nos bo - na ^ r ^ de fac In ^ J^^ ^7^ ^ 4 ^^ ( 170 ter j-j ^ r-^f^ ^ . Bo 3. - - ^ =F=F nis i ve r r ^=± Je - no r> f - mi stri J r p J.tt^r^ P ^ pp f^if r A - gnus J -^ ^-'-^v ^ ^-ZtA m^r Pa-schae de pu - ^ - J- ta tur - A 4^ -d- T3Z. Da tur: - man - na ^^ i=J: d=^ ^m. I'f - se re - re. J ^^'b su. V [^^ ^ m Tu j-i.

^ 1^--^--°• -f—r S5 - les . Tu. :g: - men.ven m: - ti - um. 4.r tv^mor pa Qui nos - scis > —sL s ta - - les : Tu os - bi - i 321 f^ J J j > J I ^ 32: "23- com-men 1 "Z5~ r— I ^ I j _Q^ - sa A - les.CL IZH i^ les * *• ^?F=g i hie - m 33: E^^ i va et scis vi/ L UarcMjttt. cun qui - eta -g-g^ ^-°N-422: •. Co - hae - re - des so et - da - A A A -^ ^?- ri Fac san 2± ^^^f=r - cto ^^ -»fe2^ nun ci J^ ^^ (171) r -'f VI A um. Itu- J . ^^J-.

<J (Third Tunc.) i^^ ' i^^^!'^-^rli"r-^-'rf" 1. Ec-ce pa-nis In fi-gu-ris »ii.ac ^ l (^^^- ca - ni - bus. r^ ' ^ ca - ni - bus. - -J>g.V>ip-^ J ii i ( 172) Cum I - sa - ac ilJ3^|l i vi - im - a- mo to- rum.ii|i an - ge prae -si - - -rum. Da fj. 8ve Lower. Non - tri - bus. ctus ci Cum I - re gnus - pa-nis fi - 11 Pa-schae de - pu rrV ^r f!-^ p r ^7 p'fU' - bus vi im sa .. = 56. o - ta ten - to-rum. f rjrrp'i° - rIV in \^ pa j^j - ^^ i A m Fa - lo-rum. -la -tur. Fa-ctusci -bus lo gna-tur.4^^- mit - M. Ec-ce pa-nis 2. pa . In gu - fi - ris an ^^^ gna-tur. J ten man tur f ^ J. a - -^^ tur A J. i^f'iM . iJ j'''Vi''li'i'J''''ii. . [' dus na .^ rrJ Ve g^V -si m ^ i ge - prae Arranged for Four Male Voices. - mo la - - tur i^^4^ Non Da - rum. 2.Vi'>l'j 1.J — 56.M.tri - bus. A - men.^f^ l^H. A ^5^ I' {Third Tune. - dus - man mit - - na - p . ^J. - tur.'.

'i^ff? ' ' I Ve A - pa re gnus Pa - nis fi - schae de - - - li o rum. Amen. Tuos ibi commensales.1 fK ^ l Mw mit - - tur dus ca - ni - bus. nos bona fac videre In terra viventium. 1^1=22= & Ca pastor. Jesu.i?i .. I Ss '(^-F^^^'^r^tt? 'M Non Da ten man i* £"' • tur E^s A - men. ten J^ - ^ M Copyright 1899 by Boosey £one dus • - na j-. Non Da mit - ^1 331 7^m ^ms i H p i'-- ca - ni - bus. nostri miserere. panis vere. Cohaeredes et sodales Fac sanctorum civiom.na pa - tri - bus. Tu Tu nos pasce.L. - m pu - ta - ^!*fi*a P S ^ nuA^jn tur.^' 'i'ffi 'ii . qui cuncta scis et vales. .tri - bus.. Qui nos pascis hie mortales.ik PtarsaU. man .. Tu.1 . nos tuere. pa . . (173) K.

. to us Thy mercy sign .The Bread for God's true children meant.That may not un A j=L i ?2: - to J-T^f-rrdzn^fc^ g fTf"^ &- ^rtofc V»*» be dogs oriTr'n giv'n. In Isaac on the altar bowed.J = I. Bread Divine. best. "1 J .-H-. our Future Rest. And in the manna sent from Heaven. 100. Co-heirs of Thine. J (174) ! Amen. Come. M. mightiest. And in the ancient paschal food. J J I ^i s =?2= pil - their in '^ . good Shepherd. men. still. Be - 76. AA TPTiaf may moTr not nnf That iin un - tn to /^norc be V»f» dogs orN/'r giv'n ^^^-A T P> : A - :zz. still keep us Thine may we see Thy glories shine Still show Oh. Our present Food. feed us So In fields of immortality O Thou. make us each Thy chosen guest. Come then.-Fg- g fj ?^^=F 3=trS F grims ^-j^ 1 zi 3 -fr r r-r I rr^ I ban . and comrades blest With Saints whose dwelling is with Thee C Translation by Tl i'rior AytTnard. [Old German Catholic Hymn mtlody.ECCE PANIS ANGELORUM. :& T Oft in the olden t3'pes foreshowed . And in the manna sent from Heaven. the wisest.ish-ment. ^ S^ hold the Bread ^^ An of — - J i f For sent gels J j_u 221 J dJ.

- mo i - gj in - ne co .ted to! Palatrina. (First Tune.B. For Four Male Voices. - is (175) given with :g: hymn «I 103.PANGE LINGUA. Et in ^^ rj 221 P 221 :^ ^^^ • i 'II fI <" Quern in mun Spar so ver - ^^ Cor tus Ex - po - ris in - ta ic?- ^ ^^ g^ I ef . J . la - tus ^^ P — -o i zz: A nii=:^bg: T2^4ft Tune for S. or di - ne. 101. CFint TtiHt.A'T. San ne.fu - pre - ti bi se - mi -J r^Sf. - dit ^^ ^ rJ TAe I ri afiox. No ^^? - ^ P ge lin - gua glo - ri bis da - tus. >>. tus. Very slow and sustained.^ nis - - mun - que do pre con - ti - o - - ver - sa - 22: 23: zz: 221 321 si. 8ve lower.nt gen ti - um. i — 22: 22: s :^ - ras ge 3:21 i^ :5S ro dau-sit gui --& ^ 1^-r Rex - I di ^^ Mi ^^— SI \ eta r^ J J ^ :g: "CJ- i P ^ J s 22: i'd -^ ro - si.ctus ven .tris Su ne. A :?2: -cs- —&- S r^ ri um - S 22===ZZt± - Fru .—Attr»t.) ?i|° i^^'^ p 1. no - bis 22: ^ r ' 7 f ' -1 my \ - ste - ri - Vir - gi - ^ ^G ^ :^ um. Pan 2.

:^ 22: ^s i Fru-ctus ven-tris ge Su - mo -ras i in - ne - ro - si. Observata lege plene Novo Cibis in legalibus. . Genitoque panem verum Verbo carnem cedat Praestet fides supplementum turbae duodenae Verbum rj Tantum In supremae nocte coenae Recumbens cum m Sit et benedictio deficit. L '\ ( i7<5 . No da - bis o r-r 1.H.bis na -tus tus. = 66. Shttpard. caro. eta Vir - gi J- p^ San - m. Cor-po-ris Ex in ta - - my- ste - ri-um. 32t i'"r r^ I ti - um mi-ne. ^^ jj ^ (Second Tune.—Attributtd J taJ. I gui-nis Et ne.m ^ mPF i^W f ^ • que pre -do con - mun in -^j-^ f^ o ti - - rrp^ I - si. ^ t^ J r± r [' <. - £±. Salus. Amen. Rex - co - la - tus Mi - dit gen ro clau -sit or ef - - fu - ti- um.) # p"rf Pan-ge lin - 2. di -ne. m B f^rr^f'f rriif-rf i't r ergo Sacramentum Venercmur cernui Et antiquum documentum fratibus. - ^ •r pre -di ver-bi - se - jd. Ad firmandum ritui Genitori. Procedenti ab utroque cor sincerum Compar sufficit. A-men. j-j J J i e? zz: A^ H^ i ^m.M. r Stand Tune. honor.si no . sit laudatio. - fe^^ m rr-r P^ gua glo-ri-o . Quem in mun Spar-so ver-sa -tus. Laus efficit £t si sensus Sola fides defectui. et iubilatio. Cibum Sensuum Se dat suis manibus. virtus quoque Fitque sanguis Christi raerum.

I rj ^^1 A- men. 4 -M— Rex ef - - fu dit gen - ti - um. - lin glo ri - o - Cor.M.*.J zrrzd S 4^^— ( 177) — !l> c^^: . rJ ^ -• ^rrirfr ^-"'"^ tt ^ : : C. i Pan-ge.T.r <J ^Ufj1 [T J San -. .. . I. 1 f-j 1 1 ' 1 ven ctus - "1 1 1 ne - - ro - si.^-. -— a^~i —*~ n^r yhnr-l--^ 1 It^ — -g y^sjl r^ - tris jxa^i u CJ r ^— —=^ =^ . ' = —PV {Third Tune.f ^j . 1 \-!—s 1 - 1 1 rJ gui nis J r^r t^rfque - pre - - ti ^ J P-i--^-.J 60. 1 fJ L^J 1 f-i ' '-r -rJ (^ Quem nun in - pre di - - ti um Fru a—^~i —•—=?*- ' ~zi ^^ V ge '1.po si - - my ris I ^m -p— — d: P 2=t J 1 1 rj * MfJ-4-J^ t I I - :?=: um. 1 .1" I I ^ - ri -^ 1 t I r-i ste -^ I n i^ =i 1 m -^ J-_^ i 1 si. gua.

Rex - ge lin - bis da - ef - I sp- o - si. no S gen dit - J i ti - . - '_' F^-F^ I i ^^ rr S Fru-ctus ven J: ge tris - ne 111 j.„ I r r r que - =t*J 4^4: ^'is':rr :i I ?i um - nis - ^P=^ a^ I Pan .) 72- fei J ^ ^^^ I. 6J= (Fourth Tune. ^ fe r - ste - ri - ' J ^dn^ i *=F=f r^ - i^ r r Quem in mun ^ No ti - rJ pre . lin I I gua. po - J ^^^^^ my —j^ Cor si Sfc ris I I I ri - J? W J. J gui ^^F^ S: 2 ^ 22: - f r ^ ^ -j- ro San 3 T ^ um.~g CJ J-.i - um. A - - my - a -I | - ri - bis o - si Cor na - tus bx A A.: pre -di is I.^m M. - glo . -j J-1 I fu - r gua glo tus. A A (t78 ) - po ris m ta - eta ste - n Vir - gi • . Pan - J <> ge.ti - si.

Cibum turbae duodenae Praestet fides Sensuum Se dat suis manibus. Verbo carnem Ad firmandum supplementuw defectui. Quem tus. Procedenti ab utroque cor sineerum Compar Sola fides su£Bcit. Fi/Ot Amen. Tmt. 1 r San Et - gui ——h-J-— —F=^=tfFd-^ P'f H nis - - mun in que .ne.— Danish.do ^ i # - ver di . sensus ritui 6. honor. panem verum si - i i£ Et - sa - J \ S 14^ ti 1 — ^? mz ^ - 1 "I mun pre -^ \ 1 ^ ' J-4> -^—1 r^--l -*^ ^ TfTT h et iubilatio. Et antiquum documentum fratibus. virtus quoque Sit et benedictio deficit. (^79) sit f laudatio. Spar ' in - so ' ' -!9 1 1 1 ^ ^ =g= pre ti se mi - um Fru So .bi ^o A con - r ro - SI. J .^ =t=^r-l- f?(*r r3 rj m--^^- um. - ne. - J-^ :^^ Tantum ergo Sacramentum In supremae nocte coenae Recumbens cum Veneremur cernui. Observata lege plene Novo cedat Cibis in legalibus. - ne. - 75- "cr ctus ven - tris ge - i mo - ras in - - J-^ i ^e Rex Mi - ef fu ro clau - dit gen sit or 1 -i2- T^ - ti di ne CO I I I^I ^ :P2= f^ ^ um. Genitori. 4- Verbum caro. Genitoque Laus efficit. la - tus -^ Lr^^<p=F^ o - ver si. Fitque sanguis Christi merum. Salus.

vo mun in ce pre di le in ce HA.pie. Ob nu i. C i«o) .^-^^-^^ Q . Fru J -^-Jr^J. - ti-quum do ri ' U o - ge pie - ne cu men • tum - - 3^ 33: rJ -G>-^ -fJ: jl^i F^'f'-f'^f um.cu - G si. ser -va-ta an - ti - ail - - -t^. ?g: dit gen m Kex el • fu dat su su . M.si.L J.nae sup. Ci . ttr?^ mur. J..-J.mur glo - ste fra cer i - • 4=^ o i nae j:^. ¥ - ri - Cor ^^ Re - m rz: ri TZi Ve tum IN I - tri - nu coe « . • 1=^^ men - • cum.. - in mun .For Verses i. 3 and 5. - va-ta le i.tum Hpj- -J-^ J-J- - - m tns bae Fru .ris cum-bens cum ne . r I - - r:rr W- le - quum do o . du . i.ne . Sixth Tune. - - bus. Ci No - vo ce - - I 33: » -&- - - ef - fu - dat su - su- um Fru . bus.re . fe fu - su • um - gen dit ma is de - bus. r w U=ll um. - nis-que pre bus.ctus ven bus. - men -tum cu ti Ci my po. Ci . J = 72.AA =p-^ r> IF ^ Quern in mun-di.bum Prae-stet tur i. - \ is± =p: ti-um - - Quern . • 22 > r^^ ffmun-M Quern in - bis No . San tri bus.. Et J. c? 'ir.o .ro .de .bum Prae-stet de Se Sen .um - ef dat su - - I pie - ctus Ci - bum Pr£L6 ~ stct fi - F des ge . ge do .bis in le pre ga ce .men. ^P dit gen IS ma de fe |JrJ .dat.) i W=¥f Pan In s Tan -- JIg ge tin - gua glo su pre - mac no Sa "^ -feeU. fe W- 1^ - vo J men - ma is Q - in bis • IT r I =P A. pic ^ J.ctus m um. turn - o coe - cte era - cte era ste fra cer nae - men - S turn - coe etc era Sa zi 8 - my glo ( ^OJ..r-f {' que pre nis gui J. J r - Ci . I men • - nae - tum um.U ?2 Rex iM-f-f Y-'\ ^^ i S Fn Rex r^ ! r um dat gi^ Ci "No i..di bis in le - Se San - li - tu - Se Sen ti ga dat - -^ ^^=^ Quern tu ri - f ne li-bus.ti - ge SI.

A ^^ J^ f^^ - - m or suf sit des Uu -jA!|S^ ^ co man . bo - J. - no pa tus. Et in mun ef la - fi - cit. - cit.ta car • - cUu. ta ' ng^ rum car Ge - ni que ^ r I Ver-bum 6. - Spar tus. - J. C J . - ne cti - di - - HH - fi - - Su - - ce - 1 I ^'rfi^' mo i fir ^ o -Ur+ d=d: -^ mi - di - r> -*- ras • la cor sin • ce - rum den ab u tro - que - - in ti - ^ I I -^ Kf I -gt ^<gver sen be - bi - sus ^ f - ne se - de mi - f^ ne. - cit.ir M i pMj g [^5£nEk Ttiiu. cti - .j J. • bi bo iu et I jQ.J. r=r JS^ r (181) - ne.^-^ J^hJ jO sa - .. fi - dt. Pro cti - bi se - mi - ne.ro.^ J. hj. 4.. - - bis - nem Ge ri. 6..te ^ o -^-—SmNo - bis Ver - bum 2.For Verses P and 2. me -rum. nem ni i Vir - gi ef - fi - la f '"'i' i^ ne.—C.par ^^ fi - sit - - di fi da \ tus J. to - - Ge tus. 3SE No ..tus nor. ti Vir - gi - ne. o.ver guis Chri .bis da ca to Ge - ni p° tas .- J m >J J J .dum i (> . J. Sa - lus. • sus de - fi - cit. Ge Vir da ca ni • gi - ne. - no pa . Fit - que san - - ti - o. ni - na - w 22: Ex - tns ve - rum to - que Ver Laus - eta nem bi - g 9^si- Z2* t i in . j . J. -J J- - do con ..y so • Et si Sit et . rjOx. - di - [^ ^ri trf^ Mi So dau - ro - la Com . |el . ?2: ^ ^ ver sen be ver sen be 1 - bi se • sns de - ne - - ne. ttJ. nem. quo -que J. 4. Ad o. Uffnsa. ro. na bis ' ..sti vir . ef - a - la - ti cit. - - ^rr--l ri.o. - - £==f - tus ve - rum to - que -^ mF fe r: r - cit .

) "Tf m ^r T'- 1. di - ne.-^ ^ ii t <^ <^^ ts>I I mun - ver - pre di - ti mi se - bi ^^ ^ - ef ro r r ne. No - bis da - tus.—FrotH "1 CoiO£n$ Catfudrai. tus - ti - um.ctus Su .1 p ^ I J J T f^ ^l. =Ef -J ^=f' (182) -r . J .i jCL J-J- g um - iipd: gen um. i^^F Rex Mi ef ro - fu clau dit - sit ^¥ ^ P W^ ^S ^ ^ 1 d=^ T^-^ dit p r ven •tns m ^di\P^^vU 32: ^ 2i Rex Mi - Fru . no - bis ^^ - fm Ft "22 :g: o - si Cor na - tus Ex - po - ris in - ta my eta - ^^ A^ rT P^^^^^^^ ^ fi ^ -54- ste - ri Vir - gi A um. "fy Quern in Spar . - San. or ne. M (Sevetith Tune. - fu clau i - ge - mo in - ras ne CO f^r '{' I gen sit or - ro - la ' {' - si.m M. Pan - ge lin - gua glo - ri 2. nis - - que mun do in - pre ti - o - si. J = 60.so I ^ ^ 4=d^ P Q . con ver - sa - tus.gui Et ne. ^""Tj T ^ Set'tnth TitHf.

- tris ge - - ras in - ne co - ro - la - - r Rex Mi si. J ^ = 48. r f^ri r^s i?i^ i--i I um r 1 33 -cf - 11-^1 ^ 'g-yi^i'i'fjy ^ ^ ti - mi - 1 C? .ij [i£ieh:h Tutu.-^ i' *' r' - sa - si.-u '.S. — Front an a old English M.. ne.-J con Cor na ^F^ ri I / b 7 ? 1 f»\ vy r ri - bis ste j. E^^^ *i^ (83) J ji^-^. dit sit ^W=S^ ' ^ ^ - gen CJ f^ir^ ry^ ^^ i C / iLi. di - - I t>J" I I um. San ne.^ p* i^! I "zr J- -1 J ! "c?- - ~*^ ' 3C3: g^ que do - mun ^ ' ' J -r nis :g: - M "C?" - in f-i ] W rm ~ U 1 ' "i . P. tus - ef ro . i (Ck'- 1 1 • • rj po - Ex tus - ijAA d. No ge lin - g\ia gtia bis da - tus. ITadJiMgtttu "1 J . > ne. - irz: . m ^ • . - - f^ my eta j-^ y - Vir gi - um.ti - fa - clau - ^Si^ Q "I or - ^ S^ 1=. -T^ i \ - ' ^D Spar. Pan 2. 1 1 •^ U*. 1. Et - ! 1 pre « --J ^ r 1^ r ti - ver - - - -''»rx ^•^'? ^ r. ^S ?* r glo 'P r ns ta ^ (Eighth Tune. ^3 Quern in mun - di ver - bi 1 J r^ '^ -^ ' m ' ' gui 1 I pre se J r ^ i - Fru-ctus ven Su - mo i » m W . mrrangal by S. ntiv^fhi.so tus.-:j.• ^ m T Jf [-1 1 - * J • ^"^ .^^r rr ^ ^ M.

) Amen. [ c»<**'* *'•>'""• •'^"''^^ ] . Fitque sanguis Christi merum. Sui moras incolatus Miro clausit ordine. Et si sensus Ad firmandum Sola fides deficit. honor. Observata lege plene Cibis in legalibus. 3- In supremae nocte coenae Recumbens cum fratribus. mundo conversatus. Genitori Genitoque Laus et iubilatio. 184. suis 4- Verbum caro panem verum Verbo carnem efficit. 5- Tantum ergo Sacramentum Veneremur cernui. Salus. cor sincerum sufficit. virtus qubque Sit et benedictio Procedenti ab utroque Compar ( sit laudatio. Sparso verbi semine. nobis natus Ex Et in Intacta Virgine.Nobis datus. Cibum turbae duodenae Se dat manibus. Et antiquum documentum Novo cedat ritui Praestet fides supplementura Sensuum defectui.

the Saviour's glory. Of a pure and spotless Virgin. Of His Flesh the mystery sing. and endless majesty. Shed by our immortal King. Where the feeble senses fail. Might. for all defects supplying. He. as Man with man conversing. Destined. Gives Himself with His own Hand. Word made Flesh. He the Paschal victim eating. Lo the sacred Host we hail Lo o'er ancient forms departing. 6. tongue. Of the Blood. PANGE LINGUA GLORIOSI CORPORIS. the bread of nature By His word to Flesh He turns Wine into His Blood He changes . for the world's redemption. Seated with His chosen band. my Sing. On the night of that Last Supper. Only be the heart in earnest. Be salvation. Down in adoration falling. To the Everlasting Father. First fulfils the Law's command Then.102. Amen. Though no sense the change discerns. honour. as Food to His Apostles. From a noble womb to spring. . Stay'd. Faith her lesson quickly learns. the ( 185 ) . Born for us on earth below. blessing. all price exceeding. Newer rites of grace prevail ! ! Faith. Holy Ghost proceeding Forth from Each eternally. And the Son Who reigns on With high. the seeds of truth to sow Then He closed in solemn order Wondrously His life of woe.

ni .rA j rrrr-rgr J jjjj. ti addingtopit J I . - o.jVJJ ti-quum do ho. tuunur ^iy^ m'^-fxC:" i r musm ^ Organ.) m Voices IN Unison. i 1. -' I vir - - cu tus - men quo - - il turn No que Sit ^ J Jf- 3 J vo ce - dat et be - ne —m- - ri - di - 1 tu cti . - f 4^-^ J.la - nu ti -i.men Ge-ni-to-ri Ge . /'.TANTUM ERGO SACRAMENTUM.nor. 103 CFirst Tune.to - ^ iS p * Ve turn ne-re-mur cer - que Laus et iu - bi ./'juJiUf^ jjjj-:: (j! Prae-stet fides sup-ple-men-tum Pro ^ - cedent! ab u - tro - que Sen - Com - su-um de par lau sit - fe da - - ctu-i. Plain Chant Melodyr\ \_harmoHised by S. 2. A ^^ ^> T-ggf-fll^FF^^gs (i86) — r First Tune.era . ti - o. ^ r- Tan-tum er -go Sa . - o miM-mn^ ij ^^ . J--i 1 j-i.i. Wr-n-nr r f d J an Et Sa p J - lus. T ML ^ r ' f^ .

r"f=p - ce -den des - sup .su . - o. 1^ ri f I <9- =S^=^ ^ 33: Tv f -<9 f^=^ A ^5 f 9 i° 23t^ *'felj^>.^ r ^m = M. P. (Second Tune. J 1. Pro -stet - ne - re bi - =^ * S B=^ do - cu \-ir - tus - men - turn quo - que J. er - ni to - go Sa ri Ge • era • ni - ^^ -men -turn Ve to que Laus - - i cer la nu • - ti A J .-\ L hanrumiud by S. o - . o. IfatUingttM.—PlaiK Ckattt Ua«dy. ce - dat Sit be - ne ti ho quum - nor. «: 5:^4r P fi mur - iu et 2± r fj I - JMA ^4:A i ^ mk. Tan Ge -turn - ^ F 8 xi 2.) 58.um de Com-par sit lau r ^=^ J- 122: -til s !! J^^if: I (187) r 5«)nuf Tmu..c> dt-& =S=22: r^ H - fe - da - - ctu ti - i. - - S^ W^'j \ No-vo - M ^^ «= ^h h ( IpTTii et an lus. -&.ple-men-tom u ab ti - tro - que Ki m h^ " 'ei ^ Pk. Sen . bet. J . Et Sa I. - ri - tu di - cti - Prae i.

(188) 5. . ^ fi den - - - des sup - pie - ti ab - u - r r r r r r ^.' - - tu - i. .ti-quum do Sa -lus. I \ .ni er - to - 1^ go Sa ri Ge - p - I cer - ^J i - nu .su - par J m wt - Ve que Laus - ne . J ^ ^^^g^j J - tus I J I No men.o. ^-> T^ r [Third Tuiit.da A.rg - vo ce - dat et be - ne -g" -sJ I I I cu - - ^ PH ^ Prae . ti . ^^ 3 Tan-tum 1. Pro P r> stet - ce ^ um de sit lau . vir ^^ ^ ^- I 1__J ^ - ni g CJ I I men era - fcirS: ffi p H - J.j 76.que Sit i>^. Gibbons. The Anun by O. —From a Sfaniih "1 Hartnonistdby Waddinglou.o.1. gl = (Third Tune. J HytnH-bonk. Ge 2. O" fe - ctu - ti - I men-tum tro - que ^r^F^ ^4^^^ rrr i . ho-nor. y.^ M.re - et iu mur - bi J-. lyjA ^ r. la - I II gj ° J^LJ ^ |[ I I H gj J'J i.^i Com turn ^^r^m^^^ 'Tr EEt • - J ri ^ to S Et an .turn quo . di - - cti - o -n Sen J .

.C*. ^-ir .fe lau .* - - - cu men - turn tus quo - que rz3z g 32: 8 :^ - i. la - ti - o.—AttrituUd to .n Vw^rf J- 1 Q o /-J <-* <r2l r^ r^ -^ ' ' \ 1 1 rj f-^ /'J i^ i ¥ :§: *= mur bi - cer - nu - i. rj >< vl' 1 • 1 ! 1 ' n .^J- de zgn^ r.. -J- tro - ^ o ^ :^ ^^ eiid u r-> _A. JQ- Q TTT^^^ - quum I ^ Sen ti ho :^ r^ r r r i I an lus.cti do nor. - o Prae - Pro . I m ^ 1 \ ... r- ^ !^ 1 1 I 1 ys ' ' "'C2 '— vf^ P* r 1 1. go Sa ri Ge era - - men to ni - i turn Ve que Laus - ne - - et \ re iu - 1 1 ''^^ • o . ti - o...> sup -pie -men. ^^ I rJ - rrxL ?ffB 8 ^ :g: rJ rj _ci^ 1 r^ - que A^ r-r- ilii g- T (189) F*urth Tunt.. . . - >5 turn er - ni to - - 1 1 : 1 i-j .. r No - Sit I 1 vo ce - dat be - ne et I * - ri - tu di . . - stet ce -^ "^ "^ ! fi - - des den - <5 j2- -<S^ -^ ti su-um Com -par sit j-.turn ab .da ^^ <^^ r fg^tn ctu - 1.. y slow a «ci y < /\ mea. Et Sa d- i g> ' *..CFourth Tune..J ~"^ - i< • 5:(5frt .. in Z 3K< -ft^ r:j Tan Ge 2.

ce o. Tan-tum 2. Com m^^. J (Fifth Tune. J . o.'' er - J 'J I ( 190) rF(/ilA L - men.men.) 72.turn ab u - tro - que i' su um de - fe par sit lau - da r ltm" - s i I - -I - — 73 <:>: c3 :^:^ ctu A ti :g: ' vo ^ - V ^ f'H-p Pr r^f- Pro .-Melody/nm S. dat be - ne ri - ho °" rjf - tu - - cti - di ^ ^^J quum do .turn - f^ ^S j>''' . cu - men-turn - quo -que Sit ' et SS fi - - des den - ti r sup -pie. 1^^ m9= .1 I go - ^ m^ s 'g^l>1. WObtty Mtlttts and Antifltom. rJ - Laus que :?2= sas -33SZL Ve . 32: 22: Tunt.ni - to Sa - era - men ri Ge - ni - to ^ f' cer - la - nu f - - ti an Sa-lus.= M. Ge .nor. Sen {' bi - - o n Prae-stet i. V - vir . 1.tus r F '' ii iu s U\4A^^^^^ f^^^^T f^-L-F-F r'. " mur re - - et r3 ^ ^^ - ti - - r V ce r li ne r r f r r tT^F^ No - Et i.

ho-nor. (Sixth Tutu. Tan-tum Ge - ni fe - da J ^ J . i i=^ ftfprr m^ Et an Sa - lus.M..> Sa-cra-mentum Ve-ne -re-mur Ge-ni-to-que Laus et iu . — -gLjgjaj I (191) . J J -fe-4 ri - di - - - tu - - cti-o. FA .I - ri - di - ^- tu - i.turn quo .i. J = 6g.tro-que Compar sit lau ^ Ui^ — J J J T^ J J-^J !^a 1 M. ^33E ^m w ^ J ^ - - er Sa . = r 1. w j~-j^ J I i I I No-vo ce - dat Sit be - ne et - r?^ i Et an cer J -^. ^^ ^^-^ J J 1 1 J J IIJ J i j ^ Jjl J^-^ Praestet fi. 2.des supplementum Sen-su-um de Pro-ce-den-ti ab u .to - i Ve-ne que Laus r^ ^ * .tus quo -que - I 1 - nu la - ti .) I . i. - ti - ho Ji I Hg=^ - quum do - nor. J ! ^ ^12: I J ^^ - 1 i u J ti-quum do .re - iu - et mur bi cer - la - - nu . ti - o. 2. o cti - -J- - -J. - „ ' J s (Seventh Tune. ti - - o. y ~ i l^^it2-* ^^ :^ 1 3S^ :«=1* I ' _r J J n.bi • Tantum er go Ge-ni-to-fi 1.que tus I 5* rr-n -I No-vo ce-dat Sit I -0. I I i I * E: - ^S -^ »' J «'. vir - I ^a — r cu-men. vir . Jm . - . ctu-i.ni . et be - ne J. I i. J - ' ' men.cu-men-tum Sa-lus.) 6o.. o.cra-men-tum go - to - ri 3^ Ge . 1 .

A •men.j Tan-tum Ge & i ^IP Z2t ho - ^ nor. J r Eighth Tune.^ M=J=i ^ J I *J IH-J-J=?F^ J Sen-suum de Praestet fi-des sup-plementum Pro-ce -den-ti ab u-tro-que fe - Compar sit lau ctu -3:21 - -da - i..la go ri -S>. Italian Hymn Afgiody.bi .-<S>. - o. A -men. 1.^Melody/rom — ( 192) S. ^^ ^^j^ja^j Prae-stet Pro - ce- fi -mentum Sen-su . «| rJ r ^ s ^i^rr?i^ :rj.cra-men-tum Ve-ne. o. livtd: - - -^- S cu -men -turn quo .to .-e>- -^- -Gi- r s? No Sit - vo ce - dat et be - ne =p - M-. P. = 60.re-mur cer Ge . ri - tu - i di - cti - o.-«S»- JJv^ ^^t$^ tf: Co. IVaddinston. L J rSevcnih Tune.— Melody from Caspar "] 1Hits' "Cantica Sacra. vir A. 2.que Laus et iu . - ti - mm^-m^^^^^^r:'^^ r Copyright 1899 by Boosey « M. ti - o. ?2: P .ni er - to - r ^ £j-giEt Sa an - I I - Sa .da -ti -des supple den - ti ab - i.fA.-^3. ffeb^s T MoUtts and Antiphons." } .ni . :g--: fj fj r Sixth Tune.que tus -e».tro-que Compar sit lau.fe -ctu u.'y L Harmonised by S. (Eighth Tune. £2- 3^ g 32: ti-quum do - lus.um de . - nu - i.

rj ~i ^-^ 1 ^~^^T -s»- su - - par um de sit lau i -^ (^j- o* rj I :^ r=. Prae -^ di - cti - 0.par l_J J W - ' j . com (O ^ - u - men - tro - turn que 1 t>?> . Ge 2.A n»^*^ r~^~" [ 1—^ rzr- -f-r cer - nu - J J ———-^ i ^ 0. S. ^ ±=J± r -TTf Sa - Ge - Tan-tum er-go I.-1 «-* Sen r'J —&—^-^ t ce - ce. Pro . la -ti ^ -re i : —^ • ' r^1 ne - 1 -/^-^^/ rJ I /S» ^FT men era * / _gL-C> ~=j:^ - - fe da -iSL rj ctu - - A ti Ji rj T - men.que 1 - bi - - P=i ! f^ «3 n 1 1 mur - iu <&-• '-'a Et Sa i.dat 1 rj (*j ' be. traddiMgtOH. honor .^^j' ^m - • ^ — JTsb =*cr ^ <0 tn.cL -221 ( 193) .ne- et Sit rr ! stet - No . J m CNinth Tune. .—iftlody/rom a Smth Yorkshin MS. Harmonised by S. antiquura do - cu -lus. vir - tus — '^ -4--J-1J- — ^ i T^ 1 - . itr '*--^i? ff ( A ' "^ rj 1 <o Aft ^ sa - Com. Ninth TuHt. ^4-^ ^^^ to- - ni - ^ "^ 2 r^- ! ri to - ni J J - - turn Ve que Laus et .) 63.turn quo . sen sit. . r- des sup ti ab um.^ M.. rj - • fi den >^ «-* <?• ^ .^- /^^•rf <r 3. P. ri - tu - i.vo men. .

ni - go erto - 11 . - mp ^ pn No-vo ce-dat quo -que Sit et be j I ^ Z^ - ^. II Q - ' V r i- - stet - ce den - ce I - - - i.) 60. .den . Prae- - o.ti m - y r . L J . o f^ I - u J g J g? - rp men-turn turn Sen -su Corn-par tro . L.M. Pro- &- 22: v'^r' V p'pf-'i - - ti des sup. J gj = (Tenth X uric. Tantum Ge . .l l l f' ( - fe -ctu da - ti J^J|<i-J4^ pr'pf^ 194) ' p - o.o. A - men. tu cti des - fi stet ^ - - I ^r-nrv^ Pro ri di '" g^ I ('Y^pP ab -" -J :^ sup-pie Prae-stet fi .pie-men - ctu . ti mm£ ^ i .um de que Compar sit lau ^44j.f' -oi ne r v-i4 Prae Pro . men -turn vir -tus -3^ I ^^3 p+yt^r^^^g ti-quum do -cu - lus.rr rr an ho r nor. Sa - . uu.ti 1^' - i.ni ri. i.stet ce - -^ry fi um de sit lau - F^'pj fi ce-den - - da ti A - pie- u - =^^=^- I "i i sup ab ' : Prae- i.ce . •« ( r -p-i 1.la - - - Et. o. r^f^~ ^^-G>-\ ti ?2=g ab u - tro 7?1~ar- rr tum Sen-su 5en-su . «: X Harmonised by R.j|.que - Com par - 111 um de - fe sit lau - da - jq=^M-dW g> ^ ctu ./ trttn Tune.ti <\d ^pr. Pro f^ e - - '>_/ ' " mentum Sen -su tro. tie Ptarsall~\ Q/iyaisbridee. - to que Laus - et iu bi . i«.. Ve-ne-re-mur cer-nu sa -era -men-turn Ge .que Com-par den - I ^ Prae.des Pro .jj^nTri f'rp stet fe - £ des - den 'rV' p I - rri^Tr p p des - fi - ^ 1 ti r p d... 2. .

vir - tus vo ce - dat et be - ne E - pie u men tum - quo - que 1 ^ 1 I ^ ^Trr M *ii: 1 - J J J J ^ n "^^ ' 1 - ri tu - i.) 66. ti .i. ::g=22: [f&MMCk T'jUM.-^/Mia?] . L ! i"> 32: .su Com-par J de - fe - sit lau - da - J ^^ (195) den ti ^-J. (Eleventh Tune. ti - - mur - 1 1 1 4' I nu - i=i :=q J J--! J 1 1 cer re - et r .V' I 1. —^ jS>-Ti No bi - ^ 8 gj quum ^ —p_M he^*# ^^ » Sa 0. Ge - ni « lijp*/ - i^ri'"y'J er - go Sa - to - ri Ge - era - ni to - 4-i~^i — iu - - .* la it . A^"^ Q p A - men.M.^ Et an \ p^ - - ti - r-^ ho lus.^^:^J^ ^ i cu i Sit ab - ~! i-. ^ sup - _g. Prae - stet di cti - o. f^ 1?. Tan - turn 2. * * ej = . Pro - ce izi: - men-turn tro - que J-^„ '^-> r r r Sen .-^^. um ^^ jrt des fi - ^ rf ''V p' i ^ J^^4 4&.o. - do nor.'^ i^'l ne - Laus que A- 22: 52: Ve men-tum - ctu- r^ - ':> c-* -0- i.

jCL. ^ = 66.ti -J- 22: i Q^i^Vf' fe#^ i m. Prae - O Pro - d- -GL . 3=2: Si^'-^ i:^ '[ ^3^ s P^Ti^-^f^-f^ ri - tu di - cti - 1.' i=* ?2: f^ ^^ r to I f^ ^3^ men-turn - p=rirr^ P r\ m: ^ p"¥ 33: T^ ^^ sup ab - K pie men u tro ^ s - - turn que -U S 22: fe . (Tzvelfth Tune. i o.j z±: Tan-tum 1.M.ne Laus que WTf rJT r "f^' ho - m. stet ce den A :P2: Sen - su um de Com - par sit lau ^ I s - fi - des .^.r - 221 ti - quum do - nor. JCL. r^.ctu da - ^"^ A ti jd. vir -r r re - et ^ cer - nu la - ti - bi r icr ^ cu men-turn No quo -que Sit ri -^' :Z2: vo ce - dat et be - ne - A JCk. Ge - ni A -r^ - ± teEESSg Et an Sa-lus. 2d: tus P o mur - :?2i - - - iu - :z^ ' Ve . ^21 22: (196) rriffi/?* Tune— By n Vincent NoitUoT^ . ^ ni - - ^^Tm er - go Sa - era to - ri. Ge 2.

# - um de - fe sit lau - da ctu - ti - ( 197) i. Tan -turn Ge . J = (Thirteenth Tune. Prae - stet Sit et be - ne di - cti - o.) 48.. SmcM. Ge - ' ' cer - nu la - ti - Et Sa i o. era - ni - -men -turn - an - to i=i I Ve I - ne re et iu Laus que - Lj - ti - ho lus.ni J. I :j:3z r I Thirteenth Tune.^^: 22: -f mur - u^j. A I ""U r-^ - ^^ - men. S h -t I * ^ ^t: f do - cu nor. Pro - ce # -g- ^^^ cnjT sup ab - pie - u - tro j-*j-j - que it^^ ^ 1 fi - des - den - ti 7^ 52: =^=^ ±=fS3t rJ i * ^ Sen - su Com - par ^ que ' d men-turn turn - -^ i=.J: ^ - quo 1 ce i men 1 I vo 1- - J—i- No - - -J I ^"©" ' bi - i. o.M._i_^ quum - ji k^^ij* i ^ * ' r 1. S. Itarmeiiised ty y...—CJiaralt. ~\ J . vir - tus ^ - dat ri - tu • i. te^ - er to r r go Sa ri. _l I r 1 i 2.

T> Tan Ge 1.^: Sa Ge turn Ve que Laus I ft ne et 321 Ve turn Ve ZCH i cer la - d m f'"r rfif'r :^: ne re et iu mur ne et bi mur. ( JfSl =:^ 32: cer la ss ¥^^m - Laus M - Laus que ^@^ - 19S nor. T^ f. turn ni - ^ - o era ni - - - - - - - J.c3_ — T-- I. ho Et Sa la . - Ge men - to - -G- -J- . an - lus. ^^ m lus. - . 2.-I^ :& turn Ve que Laus nu ti - - - ne re et iu mur - bi cer - la 1 o.) 60. J ^ Sa (Fourteenth Tune.= m^ M. - era ni *i 22: C7 Sa Sa l£^ - Ge Ge J. f Et Sa cer quum. - bi -4 J. o.C2.

^ izz: P-fT- ce - be I - vo et - No men turn.^ men quo is 22: men ^ turn No vo que Sit et Jzi: ^ 22: No quo - Sit ^^ '^ Sit ^.. dat ne ^-rr- t K„^ ^ -r I ^ ^ ^ :g= Prae Pro des den dat "A -4: ^m^ ^i^ ^ t^ ^ iSi ^^: de lau ±i: 32: ?s=^^ de fe lau da um de T ^ ^ ctu - ti - o. quo que.t "j . ctn - i. laa M ii4 ^ de fe Un da Z2I "C?" ( 199) r /"a^jnf Chtriti. tO..

CO ) . TANTUM ERGO SACRAMENTUM. and endless majesty. Might.104. Down in adoration falling. Holy Ghost proceeding Forth from Each eternally. Lo the sacred Host we hail Lo o'er ancient forms departing. And the Son Who reigns on With the high. ! ! Newer Faith. To the Everlasting Father. Be salvation. for Where rites of all grace prevail defects supplying. ( 7. Amen. honour. blessing. the feeble senses fail.

Q 22: i ens.VERBUM SUPERNUM PRODIENS. g yi_j^^^ su - -yn num per pro ^^ -o— =^ gr Organ. T Harm»Hi*td tj E. I Ver bum. Prius in vitae ferculo Quibus sub bina specie Camem dedit et sanguinem. Suis tradendus aemulis. Se moriens in pretium. J . - Ve -e>- ^-^. Se Totuni cibaret bominem. duplicis substantiae Se nascens dedit socium. Convescens in edulium. -^- -<s- zz: 22: In mortem a discipulo. Se regnans dat in praemium. r Saint T/utnax Aminos. 32: I. Voice. 106. 8 rj r f^ —^ -o- -«>- — di "ri^^ 22: i i i :zz: " Nec Pa - lin tris Q > - ^ :^ ^ Ad o - te - ram. Ut tradidit discipulis. iBiry. -^- -o- -o- - 6>- enfi.^j^ 2Z22: - -G»- zz: ad vi -o- -<s- nit -o - pus su um - ^^^^^^ 2^_^^ - o ^^ '- quens dex "O" 22: -3^2: 22: o rj Z2: S m ^j pe . ~\ (201 ) r L Plain CMant iltloJy.ram.

Though with the Father still on high. A- At birth our brother He became . Of flesh and blood And He of all He gave He gave His . 3- Himself He kind in either gave His Flesh. to his twelve Disciples. He shortly to a death accursed By a Disciple shall be given But. descending from above.106. The Word. I. To ransom us He died in shame As our reward. And soon to life's last eve drew nigh. At meat Himself as Food He gives. the Bread from Heaven. VERBUM SUPERNUM PRODIENS. Went forth upon His work of love. first gives Himself. men man would are Blood: made be the Food. ( in bliss 202 ) He lives 1 . He .

J = Tune. - no : Quae coe Sit A r' - li ' pan - ter - dis na pi r> J rp <d d^ ^o ' . (^ ..li - AAA — ?-' Da Quae coe Sit sem 22: r !=• pre ho sti - li - a.J «-^ \ 1 1 1. - tam - rj r:> P L/ dis \ ^^ g g g 3:iL ^t±r-^ "/[ - ter - (J r> V 1 l-A-J- 4 u.6' ' 1 /V-^^ • - 1 K Z <w. 2. '- » Z ft v^k' 7 Z ^ 222: ^=? 221 r ^p ?5 •s >5 A A '^ W^ - - . a.) CP'i-si 7^- i-^-i J 1 1 — 1 -8 gj-J i 1 1. '^-> i lu um rj A 1 1 ' - t 1 Bel la Qui vi J 4 -*&- i :?2: i - ' 1 1 =?2= - . M. p sti um. ' m p ^^ a. - 1 1 rt ' 1 - a. pre la vi ro - fer au net in bur. tri - no - que Do - mi • no - ni - f'-- 1 i ' 1 m t^f^ o - sti glo um - ri Bel : - Qui a.^ -.. do - ? (S^CjUl / 7 2.^-^ \ «'-> sem- p< 1 CJ p r 1 ''-> i-o o .--. " »3> 5< ^ ^S i 3 P=^ 22: 1^ 223: • > .^ = ft) VL/ si ttt _Ci- 1 / munt *^ No -bis . <-> pi - —— r* f—j : ^^- (gL-Ll> pan .mi J. tam ne ter - mi - no ^^ ^ (203) I P . - li 1221 ter - "S3" tri VJ"' '-r ho ne - #- pa_ 321 »» if na d±i± g 4-J- =^ f^ M. no 4 l'4 S-i—Ch- V r sa U • ni - - r* --. -o- -<s>-* e> I P i i 1 ] <-^ *-* <o o glo 1 sti - ri 4 J- ta tri - no -que Ho sti Do .O SALUTARIS HOSTIA. O 2. 107. 1_ li mi rw.A- A A P P A '^-^ j^ • ris a. U K:^\j'^ii— ^ ^ sa lu - ta - ris Ho - sti - a.

. -r xi li um. U r««<7j (T/ziVrf 72. E pa - pan -dis ter . Tunt. ^ J.— Melody /rem Claude CwOndUnel. tri a.^ r 23 T~'^T' Da No ro bis bur. fer do net W 33 73" T3" li pa tri ^ ^zd^ibod ^^ r =F=^ = M.1 r (- (204 L Steond Tune.-J. ^S s f^ ^ ^^ bis - r . Do tri-no-que ni - I==J3: - sti glo A ^^ W=T f Da No A - um - ri 'J ^\ ' 1 ' J. zz: • men J- rr ipc 22: rFirst Tune.— TradilUnat. J i ^3 J r ? r r f-f fsa-Iu-ta-ris Ho- i tt=2'zZ3=2Z r 1.na —C^ pre-munt ho si .J. - ' 1 Bel Qui r Quae mi no Sit A tf tf M r r - r r ' fer au do net in -J- J- J J ^ r ri - - J J - J sti ter - li mi J ^^ . - r^=T r vi coe seni -pi i la - s^ J I a.ne r bur." by PaUstrina. r ro - —' tarn I ' li •J. TAirrf J T J . < I I sti l»-'f ff 'f<'l m J I S A -J. 'I L " Gloria Palyi.. : a.— Adaftatim froir.-J- J . O 2.

O U = - ^ 72. J- 'O "' rj - - - glo - sti - um - : J- n ^ \~ pre J munt - tarn - vi i ho ne - si 1 1 1 1 ^3 rj rj rj 1 I 1 - r-j 1 1 —. - - „ * J7l.j| lt lj ' I tri - . I i lit B^ pan ter - dis o na glo r - - r.-.pi £ »J 1. ^^ <ri .%. S'. - que Do mi - no j it^ j I 1 il Quae coe .lu - ta ni - no tri ^S i - P - ris Ho sti - a. ' ' ^^-\^^ p. - ri - *"-» r-^ 1 rj L 1 pan 1 rj r -^ < rj 1^ • 1 - P 1 m - 'm Quae coe . m (Fourth Tune..J ^5? r-s l| ^-^ . ter - mi - no Sii^ y^ ^ & .J.^ ^ -^ 'l ^^ 1 fer au net in - • Pj S' d i:i _ rj Da ro bur.. Qui J-" - ^\^ g Wrr J j i . v^ - dis ter - na . n? (k rj'J J S VO •S m - li - a. gjj ((*)'. 2.^ ^ ^^^ ' r> C^ ^^ rr^ T««^. No -bis do • — - - m- ^ ^^ xi - li pa - tri - fn <ri ^^ nm. r sa ^-^ lu - ta - - no - ii ^^ -vr c? \ > —^ - Ho sti - a.J^J.li Sit sem .la vi - -J- J pre tam -^ ^^ I (205) j. "^^ Q <r> ryfT ?d mM./f sa . (^F{/". ^ — c* - ris j K 1 - -I/- V 1/ -T-^ que ^=^-^L .li Sit sem-pi j2_ 221 i 1 1-^ r-1 1. (w.a.^.ni —r ''•' o rj L____. g^. —Q rj J ^ 1 1 r~ sti / \. A... ^ J r sti - um Bel ri - a. ^^i men. — . A a.= M. J 1. 2. Do mi - no :^-- ' rj ^ ^ /. ^ $^ w i O U 1.) 72. ^f±3C I r - munt ho - ne si -^^1 1 • . -1 m ^^ r Qui a.

- - i^=¥N=^"T^ - sti - ri um - - - ' rj gr glo ta - 1° - pre la - vi - rj munt - tarn si pan li pi . - - men. l6!>s. iy Dr. - ^ ho ne - J J 1 - sti ter - ^J li - a.* sa U rrr rrni' ii p- O I. Sert/amin ~l Holers. Da no No-bis do cJ = 66.^^. of "l . L I ' ' r Feurth Tune. fer net ro-bur. - ^ men.J rr r - r i r'SJ. do - J J 1 >J ^- II r-rr. - - 1^ ^ a.-Ftpm a MS. —^— 1 1 ^rjl^^ V ^~r Copyright 1899 by Boosey & r t 0€\f\ \ CJ II Co. H'adttxnglon. - A a. P. J ^'*='* Tmt. r r Ho sti mi illl 1^\J Do ris tri Ll 1 "ilU -no . a ^ *l in - xi - pa - r :3s: um. J Fifth Tufif. li - tri A a.«^Uti que ni III F -^ lu 22: ::g: Tuiie.^^ ijfe i rrr - sti ter - li mi - J - a. ^m au 22: zi: .r[^ -f^-*P fer au net in - ~1 — t xi - li pa - tri r \ um. mi - no II I ^=F^ IMF iwff|:4H l^^fr^ ^— — —p^ Da No ^ "^T^ P lf>4l|ljf 1 _i ro - bis - bur.^Gernuin Hymn Mttody^'^ mrraneed by S.ter - dis na ^p^ r: i ^ 4: pr m j J r r J f - IXXJ —p p ! Bel Qui : no - r f Quae coe sem Sit a.i2_ -t M.

I ris no .-Mf- . ^e^ pan - *~~s~ — -*- I 1 - glo - J(0)4 l__ ^ ' 1 1 sti - um Bel ri - a. 1 (207 . Do mi - no Quae coe li Sit sem -pi -1 I ^^^ 3cm .-J—« 1 1 l^^llj. fer xi bis do net pa - um.--Jl p=i=.^ = 66. *=* 1-1 - sa lu - ta ris Ho sti ni tri - no que Do mi r r r ^ i 1^ o - glo F"^ Bel urn sti - Qui ri - Quae coe li Sit sem pi ^^ ^^ ' a. U 2.) Male (FcR FovR Voices. (Seventh Tune. f^ 1 i--i- y^ 1 - no 1 ' 1 -p. S ^*7^ M. Qui — 1 - la vi pre - munt - tam si - ho ne - 1 sti - li ter • mi a. - li tri - - a. i ^P O f S' 1.—J: :g ^^f :^ ?E=g= :=2^ :g= :^ I 1 I Da No - ro bur. M.F^— —« -^ ..) i g^-^f+f-f 1.) Svt LoTvcr. ^ ^ = 75. -" .que Ho sti - a. - no jdi -f^-^H-^ $ na - :^ sti - ne - ^: :ig= dis - ter ^ zd si pan - ^=^ I - :. 2. O U - -tZZ/- sa lu ni tii - I s i\i I I ta - - '.. 1 — H^-i 1 -^— . no - - i s la pre vi tam munt ho h H mi ter - a. (Eighth Tune. — « - dis ter - na 4 -^ d=J.

a. 4^-J^ =^ :p=f: 1 m M.na jj. - no - ^ H-nrfiF^i^ :^ m^ r - lu um Bel la Qui vi - r - munt tarn si i ffi m^ ^F=^ ro - bis A 221 - bur.—" Samml ll'tbbc. J i r = 76 Tune. =^ ss -^ Da No :P2: ^ f3 I T!=tL f pan-dis ter .—Marktd " Schmeifxtr. n ^^ - sti - ter - ^- net 32: s ig: li - a. 3 r J'g-vi. do ! - ho - ne g fer au xi li um. J I." iy rA'i«/A Tunt.bur. S.ris r f Ho-sti no.—Dustief.i Da No ro . - P'f ^ ' r pre - pi P=pJI1 f> 3 ' P'' P li - - - A n ^^=f= ^ _c^ rStventh Tune. S mi - no J. r J (208) Metcombe. "\ in cotltcfian 0/ Ke-j. T J . ron Doss. 2. in pa tri a. Eighth Tune. J J.) fA'/jii/t i ?=g= Tf" O U 1.que Do -mi - o - sti 3:lo - ri Quae coe Sit sem a. bis do - - fer xi - li net pa - tri - um. sa - ni - - tri P^ ^^ ta .y. .

1 J« • ' J s " r\^ ' ^\ 1 inunt « . :^. U . J _ N^--' .' - ^ . 1 • Ho ris - J J * • « <rL> Vti^. : pan -^^s 3c=it 1 J * • • ?5 a ->' i. ^"i. P ! ^^ ^ ho - sti - ^^ I 1 CJ a.# ^ # fj 1 • • . i - • • n 1 1 r^ P> II li • 1 i p Da ro - - bur. rj> < • v.no Sit sem - pi ter - i I i" ^ ii glo I # « ' f^ - J "IT X7- Qui vi - tam >—• —a—«- si ne =^8=^^ ter - mi - no L ^rlnX i 1209) ^-=T —=ac§^ - T na . J i^ I. nt riirrr 2.- •> :^ 1 rL 1 "^ O sa ^ -^ ' • I.) 72. 3cz5t: - r.= M. i 2.:' t7 lu - ta coe - li ' - I 1 1 ^' dis : Bel - la pre ' ' J ?< « M * * ^ r O. Verse .ni iri - no - que Do r - JS '^ mi . Quae sti ^ J. ^ J Verse (Tenth Tune.-! J. The following arrangement for here transferred to the tenor part. I au fer - XI J- t the second verse may be sung by the choir in harmony.! um sti - m ! ' m « € » m' . - li . whilst the people sing in unison the above printed melody.

la pre - Qui vi-tam a.li sem-pi Sit ^^ -1 - Quae coe li kuz^izi glo - 5U ^3 ^d=^ Q p-Pr fzL :^ Q 7Q— ^=F?^ o men. with arran/nmetU /or tJu stcondvtrse by R. 1. " Kodmin. - A a. J G T J • -^^1 ^— t=^ um. h- (210) — ^s^ 1 ~\ Ttnth THiu. ^izr ^P-'-a:'>#te'. O U ." by IViUiam Kiiapp. ^^^r^ —&-'— -H-r • -4. 181)5.lu sa - ^S ^ ni tri - P=F & Co. R^ Terry.frT TL ta - ris Ho sti - a. J — .^H^ -1-4- 3^P^ $ No do bis - - net pa in ^ a ^sfc 32: ^sf = 76.. - no. -J "1 Elevtnlh Tutu. - men. ^- ^ -Q- ^ Da No J <i ^ - " ^^ 33: ro - bur. bis do ^ r&-^- • fer au xi - li net m pa - tri — r? r3 js>- » ! F^=^ ^ l^^—^ r^ '^ 1 ^b'^ .—"H'artham. no - que Do mi no J-J- J2L ^ li?J> sti - - - ri um Bel : . pan - dis ter - na - -AU 333: S-- J^ munt ho si sti - ne - ter li mi - - a. I A tri - Copyright 1899 by Boosey M.) rr-r 2. Scott-Catty.." by Alfred S. (Eleventh Tune.

d: ^ ^ 7TT 23: ^ r -^ . o' = (Twelfth Tune.M.) 63.^^dMMSM ^Er^=?f m^ s =s=p= Bei ^ =0= munt pre la Qui tarn Tr ~G—^ ho sti li At ne ter mi no J -J ^^^' ^S ^ um - I ^H -i—l fr .ViitaKt. ^ j"^! ^^^ 32: Quae coe li Sit sem pi - 3:3?^: pan dis o ter na glo : ''^:^.' an 1 . do - fer au net in _C2_ =5^ 22: -ho - XI - li pa - tri A - men. T-»et/thTutu.'^^-g-: J^ I I ro - bis jCt -*-s>- ^^ja^ -^ I Da No " - bur.' ^^ -O -^- 1 22: S "^ Q I fe^'^.—"St.

^^ y. J i = 76.- • rj> «ri . U sa ni - lu ta ris Ho sti 3i Tri no que Do mi no —7^—^—•- I ^g -A 32: -/a- S^P Quae coe Sit sem - li III ^ - pi pan dis ^ ter na glo Ei - ^3 um Stl Bel Qui ja :8_- ^tfS: . r-<» • men.?«>. pa - tri :>--:: - L 1 A a.) ^^+4^— ^ :g 1 I 1. «'. r. Da ro ter mi no No -bis 23: -J- . 3ZL f=r stl ho ne si ^ SE iaz 1^ . 5. do fer net - -J. - pre la vi - iS- - tam A ^ A munt ^ — a.J.> ' O rj r- • -^ i um.M. ^/aA/r.y. (Thirteenth Tune.^2_ «o r:. —— -J ^ 1 (212) — \—^-^ 1 [ r** . 11 ] . O 2. - bur. i^z: =J^ if li :?2.

2i: r> I >Q i--> ^ 1 Qui .ttir i ni Tri Q J s^ pc 12:2: Sit . vi-tam J .Kl JW. .: /T\ ^^ ^^ 22 izz: bur. p-t p- ^=ts ter-mi- no No - ' sem-pi . ^ = (Fourteenth Tune.) 76. S P^=^F=f- i^ =S= tct =E r I. I ' . fJ ^-^ f a.M. glo I in :?2: r^=m J - - ^ no -que gs ! S3 r i ' Do -mi -no j_J_ r - 331 T^r- Szzi I 23: ^ r F" r rU ri - ..a. / Jrf^ ^^^ ^rs*. -<s»- izz: do net - na - . fer au ro - ^^^ ^hi^- i p- r ' tr m ^sc xi - um. - i^ ^ ^ Sq. . lu ^ - V X 'f^nrVrr^^^^ ^^ P ^Tp sti - -y^r^ . - li 2. .- ^j=^ . izz: - li Da a. I i sa I. Quae coe ^ T" 3 i f r r r r^-rr-i Ho ^ 33= fg>- - pan-dis li =P2- =F^ :i zt b: sfcSi -te I ^^ Sti um - S -J- Bel : pre la - - munt ho sti - -iSU _ci. bis ter - u .

- fer fM dis sti um: au li um.M. SS IS i P-X^ M t ^iir (O ^<g iff^ p ( i f> 214 f> ) p i'l ^^ .s o ii coe ro - 122: pan li bur. ^ i* 3=? rr r r=*F^ r Organ. m^Hi P"^ Ld rJ^ L rjf {' fj r ' f -i J- ^ -331 ta munt ns Ho sti Quae ho sti li Da i J . pp -p^ o sa lu Bel la pre Reverently and slowly. ^S •simile. J m Voices IN Unison. (Fifteenth Tune. ^ = 56.

g»-g?.s>r~'iic/ I d^) dfj'dd o o Q Y Y (215 ) ' i i i - glo O pi - 221 -C3- I .mf i 2.J-4 I Q o r'r'f'f'VrT ° r'p que - s>- -e> rTf no Tri r ^^ ^ I . i U ^^ 1 »»/ ^^Q ^ #i^ ^ ! 1- 1 il :^^)£2: 22: :fe^ li | sem Sit l~^"^ r g1- 173: Do :i -|^^ 111 I ^ feLil^dzgj IFT^ ^F^^ I I zz: i I I ..o ~cP .

bach.1*=^ tam Qui '*== ~tl Q~ 1 ^ r ipr ^ r If^ <9^-^ ^ P¥ — -te zi: ^ "P" Q No no ter i r it s ^ 1. S.^=i^ =F=^ 33: bis do pa net 33: 22r f|^ - T'^ 1° (2I5) CAdatttd frotn an r r arrangttttent cA Chorale by J. "I J .

(217) . grant us endless length of days In our true native land with Thee. Amen. endless praise. Immortal Godhead. strength bestow. O SALUTARIS HOSTIA. To Thy great man on from every Thy Name be below! side .108. One in Three ! Oh. O saving Victim The Our ! opening wide gate of Heav'n to foes press Thine aid supply.

A7A. ag - va sint xta co et. L m 3. EJDS fatemur manibus.dant dis .'. Dat panis coelicus nguris terminum. Panis angelicus O r Saint Tkotnas - .dant ve De-dis l a. :^ is so ag - I I - - ni a - y ma ma g . le gi Re De - ce . Dicens Accipite. servus et humilis. - le - o mm - .. bus. ti-ma. - - te - ra.) le - CO mni-is jun li-tur - - nent prae ag - num CO m - et y - - coe AAA. 5. A. . Sic totum omnibus.tur ag - ex prae CKris-tus cor - cre - di - - is J ^ Et - nent prae nia. fra -tri-bus. res mirabilis manducat Dominum I Pauper. ti- ma pe - tri - A. * gi prae -co az et ^E^^^sai .ti - gi - o pa ra.bus.se ve no va sint o ju xta se te - - - no ra. I ve J tur j:::^. j:!. di di I a. - num no . — ^ Wf TH^— -IS <s> ^:t\ .A. aJ Sa-cris so No-ctis re 1. a. ni ex prae Chris-tus Qua is - f^t so o \ - ex prae Christus Qua ma. ag - num Re-ce-dant De-dis ' ^ se num et az di di - is so - tur P y . Dedit et tristibus sanguinis poculum. - :g-:: ra. vo scis in ces dul - A. \ Itqitan.a. M. - Q.T^±P -^ Corpus dominicum datum discipulis.' -^•- - men. nent prae - cre - - di di num - so nent ag num co nia. 2.. ^^^^^nf:^^ cor ere . fra-tri. - -ma b ^ «i4)5^ -o-^ expletis epulis. ju xta a.. - - da. 1 mni-a.. A . quod totum singulis. I - TZL nent prae so - - Et . J lA.ql. a.te . -a — Dedit fragilibus corporis ferculum.tri-bus. et co az I I - co az - et num tur o prae prae jQ.-G>- Et Qua - di. no et co az - va sint ju xta le - mm o- - va sint o mm fra - tri-bus. jijuittas. A.AM <s>- ^ Pri - ti-ma. - - A. i Et ex prae CP^rst Tune. ta o pa pe - - tri A. o - . I Cor . 109.ma. et. quod trado. f r- • cor - ju Re -ce .cor Christus cre (218) Amen.ra. A' jti. fra. d.j - - le nia. -^' -4: 32: m—(9 :?2: Post agnum typicum. = 80.SACRIS SOLEMNIIS. Omnes ex eo bibite 1 : fit panis hominum.^.A. J . 4. vasculum.q.. :0±*: E2=P2: t=- so Qua eta sint na no - gau - di vis - si- - I J -O- -Gh.^J!_ 32: prae nent nupi mnt-a. - bus.

- p5Ef — Cor di - Et ex J J prae J . J. J = 100. ^ * P so cris - A iS: P^^ ig: lem - ni - - jun is :&=0: o sint A -- . (Third Tune.cris I I . .. :g: j^ J . -f^ A ra.. . Sa. men.= M. • ni - is > I jun ( - z r^? - -^ J '' eta sint -*^*' 219 ) .„.> - J . M. U2_ ^'j.u^ rf so lem - (1 . - S iS: jI I fg' gau - di - a. .) m ^ I. ^^ ces pe 32: <^^ To 6^ iMwj' ill Unison.' ^tS=fl 22: «s>- r "C3 23" Et ex prae :g: :pz: cor - di - ^ is. g g - Q - g vo da. 4 wN til . ^^ Sa I. - 22: 32: nent prae -co Q r r ce - - dant ve te - no ra. J (Second Tune. - va - ^^ 4=-.) loo.a.cL r^ eta - 321 gau .a. 32: -&- t ni gp ?^ A Y^ r - ^=i zi: y^ a - " rcm sint 32: I ni - -^>-T- rJ -^ Re f=r |0^ "CT- 331 a.

- S^ i 3± :?s=f: no ve ! 1 . vo Si J Be ra. Dat panis coelicus figuris terminum. vasculum Omnes ex eo bibite : ! Panis angelicus fit panis hominum. ^ - ces o et 1^1 -J:^ ! - A pe I -B^-ff^ 123: Noctis recolitur coena novissima. vo a.ce-dant . Dedit fragilibus corporis ferculum. ^ - rr^?" r' r Cor. ni - - te ces et pe o ^^„fy|irr J|J-^-^ - Se -^- EE Cor-da. Jt_l^ ^ m 1^^^ rf 'f-Jrvr s? s=p= - va cm sint ^f ^ -*_rf- - . Dedit et tristibus sanguinis poculum. quod totum singulis. O res mirabilis ! manducat Dominum Pauper. agnum typicum. quod trado. Dicens Accipite. Sic totum omnibus. servus et humilis. ( 220 ) men. - nent prae co - ni - - a Re . Ejus fatemur manibus. Qua Ghristus creditur agnum et azyma Dedisse fratribus. SEH . Corpus dominicum datum discipulis.m ^^ \r—j^ cor ^ - di - so is. juxta legitima Priscis indulta patribus. expletis epulis. I =F-r Post - Amen.da.

pasch and un old :fcd^d: ^ '^^ r"^ r-> Christ shared with J — - A Gone be the Pasch and \ old -en types. gone was the [TranslatioH ho -g-g-g ^S^ ward deed.ter the - .a. leavened bread. III I we I praise His faith God. God. -^S± new and things be .leavened bread. m M. from that sacred board. ' And from a brim-ming heart Where-in we know how Christ = 80. of few ful - O Q 7^ i we sing few.. - new and I .new the feast held on 1. all things be leav-ened bread. ful I P. i we sing -^ : i 1 - . rite bright rite I* I : 22: I -O-r- ward deed. My brethren alL" So doth the Argels' Bread come to be food for man So Bread from Heav'n above endeth the ancient types. <2- sing we the shared with His -<S>- of God. — - I new and ho - ly new and ho . ly I -1 song - things be af . rite Unto He 5. shared with ful .ter the all - < 1 - ho en types.<:P- His brimming heart sing we the praise of knowbowChrist shared with His faith . His faith brim-ming heart sing we - of God. 23 old bright.. af Pasch and un P ^ ? rp Spi Or - ^ and rit dered of out for Is lOl ra - - out Is el.ful Where-in a -J : \ t ni-ties. y. - ra - eL ^&^ T Blood. ly ^ . the praise of His few faith. bright. the praise of He feedeth on his man Amen.ter the old - - -Gt ^=g= Gone be the few.SACRIS SOLEMNIIS. sad night.' the frail He gave His Body's holy strength Unto the sad of heart gave He His cheerful mystic Iamb.Q.^. Oh wonder unsurpassed ! Sin-enslaved. 2.. Body and Sou] and Godhead Drink ye of all. praise faith - And from WTiere. all un ..0 few.. ^ . J2.in we I j And the praise. lowly -Q. His old . (221 ! ) Lord. CrCoHHor. ^^2- -C2. few.ly bright. shared with God. # I O : ! I I And from a Where-in we Gone be the Pasch and un i - know how en types.en types. the praise few. ful few I ' I the :g: ^ brim-ming heart sing we the know how Christ shared with His a firom . ^ and rite.fol praise.' . we re .. I potir . for you. the true Lamb of God. no.*. this. with His Own holy Hands Gave to each friend alike. as doth ot:r faith by Reu. Saying: "Take imto yon what cnp declare. ^^=g^ ' fT II' " -C2. lem last I «'^> U g g B «T=r ! - -^ -O I jC2- =F i-J so that ! :a?ri ^ r ^ • :g: Join we great gladness with ho . i When P. gone be the leavened bread. needy. af .ly Lo. P. faith —^ S>n n— C2L V ' 1 I God.

1 in cru J- -J pro ce - J- ZrXL ^- sum. M . • 4 ^ Wt^--^— -G»- - -S><s^ f i p A r t' Ma ve.. - W J- fe r ri - a ^ ^ J J Vir - ve ne.^^ im mo .J-. J.AVE VERUM CORPUS.la - A turn . %J- ^^sas pas - J J I F^F^^ pas J r r ' f^ ve - - i^iji^. ( 222 ) per . ve J- -^ rum - -J- Cor na pus. fo J. pas pas re I i^^y^-^f^^ r ho re - • re - g F^=F J~-J I r * Tf r ve St jJ=^ turn Pp^4^-f^-H^ r - i^ir^X]jt^ ii' Cu La jus tus J. .J. sum mi • ' ne. sum. = 46. I'li^i^i' ve. j''ii' A ('First Tune. a.. II. • «: :f ra J- - turn J- m . J. gi f'th'h" - sum.

ae.:* - e. ri I ' ' J.dim. mi in -C2- tis -O- J J- - i ^^ ^^ W S O Sf dul -cis Je su. ^^ A Fi -si- - li Ma =g=at: - ^ . pi - ne.J Cf 'mm: =F=^ ( 223 ) ' "23 — J p- [ 7tMaH Michati HttydM. J- J. 1^ - sta turn - mor I ^m^^ S r r . I z P^ ^ —r ri J. J3L. csr r/ < r^r ^-F^N^ *8 ^ hi ^8 err ild f^ f~r no - «: gu prae bis "J.. m9=^ SE -J. o cle d: -«>- -r • O mens. - ex JQ- ^ I dim.""J -J. J . - o Q F^ San da. • o ^ -^ ' sto • i =g=z ^. )=S^ ^^ ^3=* t=r flu ^^Jt2P eSii: un xit - ^ gui r r ' rj^ 33 E ne.

sum.224) - ngui - ne . :# T?" I S 2:± r I ' I A ve - ve rimi - ^3 Cor - rJ r-i: » ^Ml ve na I - gi Vir - gi ne ne Ve - Ve turn g - - .) 76. . Ma d ^ - ri - ^ pas - re pas - im sum.^ M. d=i i =g= cru In ho pro ce - a ^^^ r re I Vir l De turn 1 I Vir - 3 3± till ' na pus mi BEE :?z: - Cu ne - -r jus la - tuE J- S :P2: "C5~ H—*l per - for 32 H- a J A ^ j=pj=^=^^ J J -p -JS>- - tum Flu - xit un - da et sa - ngui - ne : sa -G>- :gl ^w r^ r^ -J- ^-- Bi-J- T^^ sa (. lit = jy' (Second Tune. - 1 I -G>- -G>- ^m R S - gi ne - F=F -Gh- Ve pas ^ - P^ lO^ sum.

^ ^^ :z2=zz2izz: ri turn =^ ^^ xa - sta - rJ ri -9-t s J 1- -fe?^^ s 5q mens.i ^ ^^ E ne sto - E.sto : no no - bis - bis ^ prae J J rj* f^ icr - gii E no sto - jOI <-> - g T bis - mi - ne.^:^ -^g: t'^ ^ ^ ^ ^§ ^Kf^P=F=r dul - cis Je Fi - Ma- li Je J^ :& — '-1^^ 1 Je ( iri: :?3: 0= 1 su. cle - r^: Mor - in tis g ^J rj : r— fgi'..L. it Peart^U »j WiUAriJgt. 225 ) [ R. p' -^- .J:^ -o- . \ Q .

rinJ .M.) 72. ^ ' cru -ce pro mi ne - ^^ III r^lJ I I Flu per-fo-ra-tum 1 .1-1 . f In P- :iifa^J=ftg:F^I Cu-jus Ma-ri ^fi^-^^ pas-sum. De ^ r r '' f ' ^^ Ve - re r f - mo - ^ -^— la - ^ ' tum la-tus a Vir - ho - gi ne - .stono-bis prae-gu-sta-tum . O tlemens. O pi • = O (226) dulcisje-su. .J f r r r r A-ve ve-rum Cor-pus na-tum ^t^-^tP^ T r r J J -1 in sa et ngui - ne : e-xa-mi-ne. J = (Third Tune. - -i- -xit unda Mortis E. im }-i-i. Fi-liMa-ri - ae. I ! - I I .

g>- ^' La mo im sum. - la - ^~' =i?r jf - J J J J "^^f ^ r » • i gi - fo - ra - turn un - da * ^ xit et -^- -i I—'! flu - fo .4 - a Vir <io.1 1 1 r ex Ma-ri -. ^ s^ PP ^^g '^11 52: A @^ >^^* i . : rum ve ve =^ I . ne ve —J-—Jp= r^— m i la - ^ cm turn . - -J rn . Cu ne. - re ^^ in cru Q =?Z turn ce pro - rj -« A .. .-. turn - ^- J — — r .) Sotto voce. ^ - jus -^4- 22: :lfg=?^ [^ ' j j - - 1 </tm. CFourfh Tune.: 1 Cor -J- -J. -:.A 1^ agio. - . j. - -4- ^1 *? *?^ ff pas ce pro J.1^^^ J —Hzrtr r * =gg ^<S>-: (227) . i J — rn- I na pus.-^ ho -<S>-T- mi - ^ m ^^ tus per per ills - .

j | a mi - J^J. I fUffP sta 5n K -i-_j ^ 122: prae bis - f ^i mor ui i r^ ^if^ fj: do. i i: gu prae bis - Sto ^m sta no sto - ex - a mi - - ne. J . tis pp k ^-jL^jt^^^Jn^ Ji:]^ i T^ m ^g rcrrr'K>--^ mor ^f^-^ ^ tis l ^ >-4l^-J | l | ( 228 l 4.^m -&^ pp Hjif^^ \^-- San gui - - E ne Vn-^^- ^f^ - turn ii ?3: ^m =^ S no tis i . dim.^ "=r [y. ne. ) - C. :©: Amadtus Wtlfzan^ Uoiart. ex - a - gu - Tr^ mi - - mor turn in - tis - ne. ex - .

Son of Mary. Hail to Thee From The same And true Body. In our life's last agony. that bore for Thou. Jesu blest! Sweetest.112. Both with Water and with Blood Suffer us to taste of Thee. Whose womb man Side the bitter was doom pierced. gentlest. holiest (229) I ! and flow'd . sprung ! the Virgin Mary's on the Cross was hung. AVE VERUM CORPUS.

.-«.^.G. M.•-*. ' ' O PP sa fj- - crum con vi - .O SACRUM CONVIVIUM. quo Christus su 11 -' cszi.. - ^— 1 P^^~ ^^ glo tu-rae ^ I - vi I vi - um I . . in ^Z2ir =^^ -^ '--g5-- gj _i^_g^ . (230) mi-tur.£31 -S> <5> r-> r-> ni nil su -'- -!• S»- - tur re ! I ^ Ic2I tF=i=q=t ^^Bl^SaS CO - li-tur me - mo - ri - pas- a si - o e nis - jus: - mens im-ple-tur I Se ' ' I I I J--JJ J-r^ g> » ^ Q. - mi-tur! s ^ ^ ^_ g- gJp: j O . -^.GS^AA^.j.ti a - . et fu - ^ f O J no ae - — I -^—(^ I — pi-gnus da_ -bis — 1—1 ^ r>- 331 ii 122: f^^W^^ .' I . um vi - - -111 ' quo Christus in su .*^ ^S^ ri \^3S3S 11 'MO sa-crum con fi. ^ ' =«? r> ^^ . = 60. J .WH rzi ^' sa T T T um a u^.i^: ^^ -I—J—J-.-^-^ ^c-H-^- -i-^ . tl'Iivry. 113.pLjd<=3. ^^^^^-^^r^P^'l^fi^SS f ^i|f gra .. .-«:?fef^---|-£e-..i as crum con - ^^E>- - vi - vi quo Christus in - J J— J <s>.

^^ i I 321 1221 ^ i m i 122: ? ! :g: -!S>- r+- i ! mens g: o tur ^CSj- _<2i jCx: :?= "p~ - e I s^ ^s ^ ^ :g: o - ?.For Four Male Voices. i. M. ^1 = 58. d¥f' f um ~cr 4—1- g g — ^^ i — ^ -1 re - CO - me mo tur li - ?. im - pie I I 3 8 - f3^ glo ray 'U'Pt'J""^ tur I ^ te gra I - I te ! fu et ti « ^^ ' - tu - rae :r"^~i^ 3^ no - ^ ^ I :2: ^ s > bis - S :?& (231 pi ) gnus ^ g -J^ ^^ da ^ . Sve lower.ir. ^ O crum con - sa -viv I - i ¥ fe l.J in quo Christus o f^ A-^ I -O o: -o—<^- I '"!^ • rj - pas a - SI A L ^ izs: -ri \ 1 :^: I- fe fj su mi dtfi^ nis - _J !. .

. J = 50. - P O pa :g: ( 232 ) ^ ^ d=ib - nis an - ge . S saf J j. 'A-J-UU-^ • «l i ^ S= =^ -ri TO icr -i I I. ^^ M.na coe ^ ^ ^^ . M.. i For Male Voices.O ESCA VIATORUM. A ^4^ ^ r -g Cor va - quae da - ren - ti - A >J-. e sea vi • a 8 8 - to rum. Dul ^ kJ ce - ^ — r^p di - :^ A. «!= 88.. 22.) 1 O rum. 116. /oa>«r. .) 8»<. !&- i f?^ tum - li -tS> 22: n'=f^ - -=i- ^ ^ - men. ^^^^ r 77: non pri - um. -J-^J J »Q: ^=f?^F^ i UJUJi-l r 3:^=^ i I I n - r en tes - p^rj" ?^ r-pne T ba. - man . O (Second Tune. m (First Tune. r^i pa • nls 5i^ I ^^^In^IfTff rJ'fU 'f^p^ an ge - lo - - O rum. ^S fcp ^ 1./ J f' ci m ^ g 3:i: V.

—Scfrwtiittr. fons amoris.—Se. ut remoto velo.^. ttiJ. Haec sola nostra vota. - O lympha.»W- <" l l f^' : " -° ^ I c I . Sub panis specie Fac. Post libera in coelo His una Cernamus Tuum men. 1 ~\ . Quern colimus occultum corde profluis : suflncis. [ First TuHt. acie ! Amen. (233 ) 1^ Gall. - rj W^ ^ ^ Cor ^ I 1¥=^ ^ QQ 72: » I - I I - ti • icy ^ r n II . g l^^glg i II O £ Te sitientes pota.?2^ iM'r^^ A um. - in: r> ^ -^-B- ci 1 I W=^ tes J S b'^ - zz: i!=a ^ E turn - 1 I H\ ^j =F vultum. Qui puro Salvatoris Jesu. I rj hJJt I O rum. lo ^' I man na - coe A @^ ?=: ^^ ^ I 'H: t li su rJ :g: -TZJ- ^ P ce di - - ?? s ne non - ri - en d rJ ^ . SetvnS TuHt. -Q_ quae-ren da - 5^^ J- 1 S <S» ^ pri Dul ba.

116. From ^r - J.rum. -i r da quae-ren hearts that tru ^ - da quae .^ ^ - turn - li ?=J- I'j r man-na coe Man-na of f^ O O rum.nis Bread of - all ge the S U-^ P=? U%i J.di . 115. J %*4 I.ne non pri . ^P=F A -jrt- :g= .) * f ! I P r O O f I sea - vi - lo . f p Dul Tt* r . M.ti - ly k i=^ (234) \ J- rn' - - ti ly ^ :!=& -22r -7:t- um. Cor seek.O ESCA VIATORUM. (Tkird Tune. = 80. hun-ger..ren hearts that tru ^ ^f=F N Cor From J-J- ^ I S II . - ^ an pa . - ^ ii the ^- -J E ! Blest sii - Come down I 1^ - ^ r 1. ! - ri - en to us J- -^- - tes that --1 te :=3 32: i fe^ t^^ ci a Food of way-worn | T^^ dE: I I e /J i 1 1 _ri - ba.gels. I. An.va do not hide Th}' sweetness ce - And ^yM V-^ ^f um. seek. ^ i j f: to - feeH r O O ex iles.

! Love's unfailing well-spring That from the Heart of Jesas Dost pour thy shining flood Refresh our thirsty And drown all spirit baser longing. That even now we worship Beneath the Bread's disguise May we at last in Behold unveiled With With for ever free. colimus occultum Sub panis specie Fac. enraptured eyes. enraptured eyes. 3- O Jesu. ] . Th>-selfbeallinall. O Jesu. Heaven ) Amen. blessed Face. Thyself be Thy all in all.O lympha. ( 235 . I His una sufficis. ut remote velo. Haec sola nostra vota. fons amoris. His una sufScis. free. ^ ythmn UiAael Brfdm. Post libera in coelo Cemamus acie Cernamus O acie Amen. Qui puro Salvatorts E corde profluis Te sitientes pota. Quem Taum vnltum.

the end of ancient rite. In form of Bread and Wine our nurture is. One sunless Sabbath-Eve It is the great God's Master. O O foaming floods of song silver-vested throng That bade the morning smile On Patmos' lonely isle. 2. of hosts in slender Host doth dwell. 1. 117. That day on day doth manifest and night to night repeat. He in His Hands Himself did truly lift. An entrance was to never-ending grace Types to the truth. Though senses fail. and both He gave. That Man Whose Death did us to life renew That God and Man that is the Angels' bliss. OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT OF THE ALTAR. they Him sitting near. 1 Let this poor praise with yours conspire to reach the Incarnate Son. 'Tis 'Tis : 'Tis glad with rosy afterglow of Calvary's arduous peace. 4. Far off they see Whom in themselves they have Twelve did He feed. diverse thing. For mortal meat He gave immortal food. Believe the work because His Word The God is true. felt unheard. 1. and perfect praise arises to the Throne.POST MISSAM. He was O peerless gift Both God and Man He was. What though the deathless dawn delay. though diverse it appear.- . our gloom shall not increase 2. 3. The hour of grace sublime Hath told its holy chime The stainless Sacrifice. He was their Meat : They saw. dim glimpses to the light Performing deed presaging signs did chase Christ's final meal was fountain of our good. : That which He gave.Deed. He made. and Peace and Justice one. He gave. exhaustless and complete. 3. Yea. And gifts descend. And He deserves that creatures all shall wonder and adore Who endlessly doth die for us yet liveth evermore I 118. A Lamb is ours that ne'er was known in Zion's wondrous fane Throughout the New Jerusalem He standeth as though slain no remembrance pale. : Our souls' surpassing price The Son of God hath paid for us upon the altar-stone. That God that rules the Heavens and rifled hell. For by His Blood are Heaven and earth. He dress'd. ( 236) . God and Man with all to either due. more than Truth's own tale Of one dread Parasceve. they unfelt. In Paschal feast. they Unseen. yet faith is not deceiv'd And if the wonder of the work be new. Him receiv'd. twelve did their feeder eat. No heard.

_js. - tens I mi 4. ° (# r^'h /? s T fn ^'K /^ —« 1~^^ [ -I rj 1 ! rj r De /Wi"* (WJin. -l- T" (237) f PtmtHOiMML 1| . (First Tune.ADORO TE DEVOTE. fl9. A - do Te ro - de 8 1 M la te. - - i ^ S —M his fi ^i \ ii<L 1 ! 1 gu - O i rj 1 i ^ =^ -jr±r la rS: P ^-" 1 - - 1 ris 4 1 1 ^^ Quae sub tas. ^ ^~ o <-> ' g^ « Ti bi 3 23: j- g ^^T^ J- *^ *^ ^^=^ 4 ^Hi 32: — • T^ =S=^ I I urn to - turn sub - ji . t.cit.) :^: ¥(%) 1F/-C? I ^=^-t^' I 1. Qu ^^ :& - ia Te con 32: -4- *^ is: -^ =7= -&- --g--^ jcr: rT -^ tern izz: - plans ^ to - turn de -^>-e>- - fi - "^^ cit.

- o i?5" ro - g rr 22: |- •^- -^- tens De 1 1 vo tc ^=r^ - te.^ rrn"^ (238) * - men. ia g: S J-J-^ .plans J-. I r "^*^4 ve ris - turn J=^ de ^ - fi Clt. _i2- '.M. a-&- .) 6g. :g= I t" ^ -^ i FT^^ r S= [ I i Quae sub I gu his i&- =*^*=f^ ^ ^ — - n' — VlI^T ^r»~" ^^ i^ Qui - a J 1 -r con ^ JpT^ - 1 ^ T- um ri to rj ^^ 1— turn sub -J- J - tern .^ J. ^ — $ ^^ T3 Ad I. ^ pg — ^.-f-=i^-H ?^ i^ ^i^ p-r- n =^-f-#rL^JI 1 f- ' g te me cor se 1 tas la :p: ^— d~ L^-^ bi re =F p==r-#^-^T-' Ti - . (Second Tune.Q r^ | - rzz «^ I ^- tas. A J.=U-J > — s>- to - ji cit.

quern velatum nunc adspicio. non intueor Deum tamen meum te confiteor Fac me tibi semper magis credere. 3- In cruce latebat sola Deitas. sicut Thomas. Oro Ut fiat illud quod tam sitio cernens facie. spem habere. Panis vivus vitam praestans homini. salvum facere stilla Totum mundum quit ab omni scelere. . Sed auditu solo tuto Credo quidquid creditur : Dei Filius dixit Nil hoc verbo veritatis verius. L C»sfar EU. 6. te reveiata : Visu sim beatus tuae gloriae. j" icia/ Tksmax Ajuinaj. petivit latro paenitens. tactus. semper dulce sapere. Pie pellicane Jesu Domine. Praesta Et te meae menti de ille te vivere. Me immundum munda Cujus una tuo sanguine. gustus in te fatlHtur. J / 2^Q ) Amen. 4- Plagas. In te te diligere. 5- O memoriale mortis Domini. 7- Jesu.Visus. At hie latet simul Ambo tamen Pete quod & hunianitas credens atque confitens.

Sed auditu solo.tamplans to-tum a r - s=P= Ti-bi : ^^ 5 i ^1 gu-risve-re ^5 J - i_l ^ e^tdr'l^frTT^ ^^ De Tf de - fi - i «- r A cit. At : Ambo tamen Plagas sicut Thomas Oro : Te spem habere.M. Panis vivus vitam praestans homini. ? Amen. atque confitens. tarn sitio. Et Te illi semper dulce sapere.ji ^ s r'^rf r r ' r r ^^W-^ ^ ^r r' rf-f -cit. Jesu Domine. hie latet simul. tuto creditur : 6. memoriale mortis Domioi. In cruce latebat sola Deitas Pie Pelicane. J J I fi i. In Me immundum munda Tuo Cujus una stilla quem velatum nunc fiat illud quod aspicio. CThird Tune. J ^ = r-f^f f r A I.j 88. - do - ro Te de f - -iff vo - te. et humanitas credens. m ^J r'TJ i '' 'r r -o- O Credo quidquid dixit Dei filius Nil hoc veritatis verbo verius. Peto quod petivit latro poenitens. tactus in Te fallitur. Praesta meae menti de Te vivere. m i Te con . Ut Te revelata ceriiens facie Visu sini beatus Tuae glotiae diligere. Deum tamen meum Te confiteor Fac me Tibi semper magis credere. Visus. gustus. Jesu. r Saint Tkamas Aguinat. 1 (240) .^ i=P2 J J JJliii'} J J me-um cor se to-tum sub. la TT r - tens J j J J J I II ! la- ti - tas r ^ r Qui - f r rr r Quae sub his ^ tas. Te sanguine^ salvum facere Totum mundum quit ab omni scelere. rion intueor.

Face unto Face in all Thy wilt thirsting of my heart glad array. Who is the Truth indeed. That Blood can make me clean That Blood whereof one precious drop could win Abundant pardon for a thousand worlds of sin. Nor tell us Thou art rear. Fain would But fails my heart and faints transpierce the mystery. 7- O Jesu. 1 . (241) . though neither can I see. yields itself to Thee. For me. fix all my hopes on Thee. The ear alone we safely trust. O Bread that art alive and givest life In this our mortal strife. Whom by faith now I descry Shrouded from mortal eye When Thou slake the To see Thee as Thou art. " Remember me. away and 2. with Thomas. Thy Bosom bled. For me Thy Blood was shed. Only the God was veiled But on the altar here Thy Manhood too Lies hidden from our view. 5- O dear memorial of the death of Christ For sinners sacrificed. Increase my faith. 120. Bends To faith alone revealed. And with the dj-ing thief I cry. my God. Both I believe. devoutly unto Thee my adoring knee. Grant that my soul may live upon this food And find in Thee its sweetest. 'Tranced with the glory of that everlasting day ? Amen. And bind my heart to Thine in deathless charity. and turn In faith from Thee to learn. Stained and polluted though my life has been. : 3- When to the Cross Thy sacred limbs were nailed. my All." 4- cannot see those Wounds now glorified In Hands and Feet and Side Yet upon Thee.ADORO TE DEVOTE. do I call My Lord. What God's own Son hath spoken is my creed No truer word than His. hidden God. dear Pelican. Vision and taste and touch forsake us here. With lowly semblances from sight concealed. sole abiding good.

bri itf «: a me.^ -J- Z3I V - '^r /^/> rr «to/to.121. J . m ANIMA CHRISTI. m -J-J—J- is E^ . E^ 3 - va me. la - va me -J^--^ =P2: f= r~r=rir 'r" la rflZ/. ^r . — ^ Largo. -J-^ Chris guis - V ^ ^ iCJ -i- 1=21 ^ ' - N \ -^J y: 3^ gj ti I =?2 P - ^zr: 32: ^^ p ^.lj~-j 122: ?^^ (242) . - ni - ma Chris sane ^^S^^ -J fi - -*3- Cor pus J- J- ::=?2: T^-^ ^S S ?^?3E San sal W ^^P i rr ^ Chris fT me. - A •J- jsL :Bz qua - la ^a 53S ^ CKrlT ter - i~ J^ -'k*^— ^- y L^UW-^ ? -I la - 4 va J- me. n-\ ^ -^ -mr -f-^A I. ca * 4 4 "71?" z^pr. rz la :.

I iS: 321 r pa -JZ2I ^ (243) ' molto. m: me. de - Q I i w scon - «: ^^-^ I a Te.<3- I 2. se - pa - ra - ri a Te. J- SE n:zr i I rail. s #- -» - y i 9 Ne.c? ^s 1 - mit .-*- r~ -.^s. di ^ 7^ i P izz: N N In . tra -g- vnil - ne - ra "*" "P" ' |0^ T per ^ ^^SE ab tu iT^ s 3r: 5^^ >.- ' .1 O bo ne - ^ -II ex Je au - - me. ^ .tas me. Pas con Chris sio — -^ 1 - for ir -»1 1 - ta S ^ :?2: i P- ^--T. ^^pt.

1^ cu -^ =P=?c r-r=^irr~7"r^r - -*- irz: ra//. 4 4. .-?-^-i ^ Bz I :: :0: ^^^^^^^^ Ut cum Sanctis 1? 4- -I $ me. J.k ^. ^i*m.) r 1 fen - d y: ~~ I de la J sae I - cu J f-^r lo - J f=F l ii (2+4) 5 rtf rum. r-r -p I I de - :?2= p. ve - ^ J :^ 'r "F- ni - re ad Te. A J-J ^--J f^H -^ > men. Ab hos - te ma ^ I no llg - ho In mi - ra J_J- o I ^ 3F"^ ^^ I mor - me tis ae - ^-\-CJ. -221 1^- r—r rf^ s $ r^ * be ju ? 1- -I --F Et.> niolto./ fc= i -^^ 32: Zt -<£?I 3. - i -Jji 3r' .^ m EE lau-dem tu ^ r m J J - --!- 1— p. sae lau-dem Te. In Te. .

r^-^ ?-->^ ye wa ^^ - ters. BJood of g my Sa viour. S. . .^ J I I. 122 ^iF P y m fy my breast." (245) Amen. So shall I never. ! Trtuttlatien a/lkt " Atiit saMttf/lca me. never part from Thee. J- ®-i 9-r)^ ^s t w m m Wash ^^ S_ * me. V ^7 ^ / bathe me in Thy J- s L S -r?p- -i> :^-*- ^ ^^ L^ 1 tide. of Soul sa 2=^ ^^ my Sa I F g Bo -fSj ff*r * ^ dy of ^ -^ J-j • ti r U Lr g 2rr I sane viour. I J . C*'Anima Ckrisii" by ike Rev. J~. O blessed Jesus.y.'^ :?3: Strength and protection may His Passion be. hide and shelter me. Lord. lyuZiam y. m ^ streaming from j> J- His Side I A - men. ^ J- ^ "^ Thou my Christ. Maher. rg . be - sav i f m . Guard and defend me from the foe malign In death's drear moments make me only Thine Call me and bid me come to Thee on high Where I may praise Thee with Thy saints for aye.AN ARDENT PRAYER FOR UNION WITH JESUS CHRIST IN THE BLESSED SACRAMENT. hear and answer me: Deep in Thy Wounds. - ing ^ J^ J^ J^ N N S N guest ^ =^ i P ^ ^?^=«= L' ..

va cru Lord. to ^ ?=? - ne.) 69. =^=|yitPZ :i2? f±|. = s! (First rune. 52: :?2i I o Thy ris - Blood's flu mi migh ty Si ? ne. in ^ 4 : as ES ^^ b^=s!: ^ s 1221 -<Si- d.PECCATA NOSTRA LAVA. J.J i - -^2: ^ 3^ i um a love un mo - dy ^ (246) - - rem ing up fun de on our . - stream. Pec ca ta no stra O wash our sins a la - - way. M. 123. j =?2: ^ a :?2i =R- - 4 lu :z2i :?=: light =F ^-^4-^ jcc re the 3e 1721 1=^ Hea I que by d=ll4=r-«l—1. 124. see. Men And - tes cae cas coe ven make yi ^—f^ I - le d: -<S> f sti - dark - en'd Efe^Ep I 'i Per Pour - pe out I I - tu Thy - pie of ^^ ''-G- mi souls. 3 ^ is -J--.

Thou lovest. tnoistation ~\ by Father John CtConnor. To And tos - - blend que nos us un ex - u de - fil J. O Jesu. J I - I-Q- -^- —^^ 1 Novisse Te fateris quid sit in At quantum nos amasti Inde sperare O Tua audemus £t plurimam quietem in homine. M: 4 2i ^=F^ ?g? 4 - .i 'S. Lord. still And this is And look to rest unending in our True Fatherland. "j . Jesu Domine ! atria. But better O Thou knowest what is in sinful man. Rindk. S. Too well. Amen. Amen.. ^e=2= bus cor di faint ing hearts. Saviour-God why we venture to seek Thy shining courts. nova patiia. f. L Father Lattty. J (247) r HarmoHUKd ty CM.

6g.stra 2. bus. LatUy.U. - ^p^ p ^ ^p ri=: - - - - di tri - :g S. ] . - a. ] ^' f r'p' Com-po In no - ne a [i '^ I ^' I | Qr > sor pa - ^ - tri | de -mus ne va - -Mi'( l cor PH ne. i' mi mi lu . ^\^ff\[ (248 ) [ C. i^ a fun. RincJt.de - - .J.o Quid sit la 22=zpz: ris flu ris in ho md ^^J J j|j fa te - mi mi - ne. A-men. jr^ | 2i r ^^ Men que At quan-tum - tes re - - C2^ 32: F=F^ pie nos a - (^.fj n=F? rnri^iH T cae cas Coe ma sti O - le - sti Je - su *rn | ¥v' l i Per In - - i^^ pe de J 1 tu - spe '" 1 - f'f' um a ra - ! - re I mo - Tu - ^ rem In Do Et - tosque nos ex plu-rimam qui - u - tis - et - em iss^^'^i^ . J 8ve lower.g' I r Rev. l r'. r. J J ^^^Ft i - di - bus a. m ^ d^ ?^'^ f^ i 1. S.For Four Male Voices m = M. Pec - ca - ta no.. Ck.>iP['i-i£^ r± = To - Au a h [^-^^-^ rj ffi m^. pp. fj F fj fj rJi^J m ^^. - ne. No - vis - se Te -\>^r^ Ti va Cru .

Amen.ne. 1 . tranjjafien T L J *r t other yokn O' Conner.) M. A 231 «o- men. better still Thou lovest. (Second Tune.va cru -o-ris a. Rinck.ni ^ sor son - - di com 1 - - f^y^ ^ bus.. O (249) r HarmjKistd by Ch.rJ J-J ^S ^=fe :?z :g: ?2: w 9 -' g' != :! re - light >^ cae of Hea ri ^ r pie ^^ ^ :^ S um mo - rem in love dy - ing up ^=* nos un- J g - - iun on ^t - de our cor ^^2=g: r I ^ - faint- =F S S :g: ^ gs=^ i^ts ne. Saviour-God 1 And this is why we venture to seek Thy shining courts.way.sti lu . plete. 69. S. Thou knowest vrhat is in sinful man.And by the no-stra sins JrJ. Et plurimam quietem in nova patria. I '> r> 2. Per see. Pec-ca-ta Oh wash our flu -mi . 1 2. J = Sve lower.ne u . At quantum nos amasti O Jesu Domine Inde sperare Tua audemus atria. Pour —S pe - - out tu - Thy :g= ^r^^ I 3^ ^ r irz: ^ h^ ^^5 T cas coe . Men-tes-que la . i « ?> Ttl :g= S5S IPZ i I. Too But r Fathtr La»c. in Thy Blood's mighty streani.. And look to rest unending in our True Fatherland. Amen. ws^ 33: Novisse Te rj fateris quid sit in f^ homine.le .For Four Male Voices. Jesu.. well. O Lord. To And S tos - 2± ^ que blend us li 22: nV. I.mi ven make dark-en'd souls to w '(»): ^^ rj fi^^^f-i ^ ^'Pi ?^ ^ di - 5C^ 1-^ bus ing hearts. S fil tis com ed to g> - ^ po.y. Lord.

^t (Second Tunc. ^ Thee more and more ^IJ A A fMr f^ i ^^ = 76. . J - ^rh-^^ I Oh make A A ? r*T^ J. sus - my ! Lord. my Co. CFirst Tune. love J. dore d: ^r?-^- d: T> »M 5 ^ ^ ' gift. 23: God. my J J J sar. 7-^ ^fe « b ^i^ my .^ I.CORPUS CHRISTI. ^1 Unison.j. J. 3^ Je-sus! I ^ f I Copyright 1898 by Boosey M. 125. ^ i ^:zte I - ' won-drous ± r^- -(S»- Thee love I ^ how ? So m ! :i ^ ^^ fj -^ i God. my ^s i @tt=p2 my All ?^ I ought And ? How can ^ bp ^^ i re - vere this >P p #=4 c J 1^ r f pass far sur f^ T * i i >-] J - ing ' p r hope or thought A 1 t: Spl ^ i ment we ! Thee a - j.A^iJ.) & Lord. M. J-M ''' r^-^-Wli' (250) How All! .) 6g. S^^TT^t ! ^ Sa Sweet era - us A. . J = Je I. ' " „ can ?J g "r- I love J "r Thee .

iiiif . and Godhead. J J a ' t nr i we Thee J- . - drous j-J J rVrr -e^ i P=^ So gift. I I I re vere - J. Prieit-\ tj Hu OraS^Ty c/St.D. T~ Soul. And come.. J FrritTitt K'UKttJn Fabtr. Jesus. far sur J ^^ : J I - .. would I sing Sweet Sacrament Oh make ! us love f^ Thee more and more love i i ! a.. . ( 251 ) [ Stand Tiau tr Ctm^ Birttrt.ampitdmtDtrnm/. Reposing infant-like. to our aid. For all Thou hast and art are mine Sweet Sacrament we Thee adore ! O I we Thee adore Thee more and I Oh make us love Thee more and more! Ah Sound.—" Corfui CkrisH. ye angels. all mystery of love divine cannot compass all I have. pass r - i ing hope or thought ? Sweet Sacra-ment * |J J . sound His praises higher still. «: a Oh make us dore!. I Sweet Sacrament Oh make ! us love God 'tis God the very God Whose power both men and angels 'Tis ! ! made! we Thee adore Thee more and we Thee adore 1 us love Thee more and Sweet Sacrament Oh make First - ! more more! Tune. D. - iW 22r V-j-f^ g ^ Had I but Mary's sinless heart To love Thee with. as though On Joseph's arm.' ty-\ C AmJurstWtliber. P. see within a creature's hand The vast Creator deigns to be.^ 5 "B r^tLLr tJ^f ^ ^m¥^ ought ^ 'Tj J- And how ? ..ftri. J . iSgj./i q r Thy Body. my dearest King Oh with what bursts of fervent praise Thy goodness. J 1" i"P f -^ I won this J . J I Odoier. or Mary's knee.

sus A >j 8-er Ma . 126. J . Voices.' ^^ cra-ment ! we Jijjij:. oh wave. (f)^ = 66. j-n J- I : = l i —'— :i-i- I ^ i=F=i i And wave. ye ! T^ ^FW cen so-lemn bells j'e Light ! • r ' Sweet r Sa ^'J^.CORPUS CHRISTI. com-eth.^?^^^^"^^ ^^1 w r (252) . Jl j: J Organ J J ?^ . ' Ring joy. and Light of ^ ^ j ^ ". ^ -^God t 8 ^^wd 5t^ U-4-. I I : J - Je $ - ^ f- J ^ <. ^^^^^^^ M.i And Son.ous-ly. J g ^ - sers bright I 'Tis . I.ry's i nTT-^r of God.

ye Angels. sound His praises higher still. God 'Tis God the very God Whose power both men and Angels made! Sweet Sacrament we Thee adore Oh make us love Thee more and more 'Tis ! ! ! ri'riJeri. Pritstl J ^'fu Oratary »/St. adapttd.l . Lord ! ! ! And yearn to shed our blood for Thee. O sun. to our aid . D.D. thou. shine bright this day He comes ! He comes O Heaven on earth And ! ! I Our Jesus comes upon His way Sweet Sacrament we Thee adore Oh make us love Thee more and more 1 ! He comes He comes the Lord of Hosts. And come. Borne on His throne triumphantly We see Thee. Phi'if fftri. Sweet Sacrament we Thee adore Oh make us love Thee more and more ! \ Soimd.feiafei ^^\ i Thee C*^ Oh make a-dore! i— fl^ ^ J J: i us J^ love J :^| ^ t Thee more and more ate if * ^ ir ^s ^ ^ Sweet A • ^ ' r f^ J^-Pi i 3BE / Sa P V crament -S-v -^1— ' ! we Thee ^^ ^^ 3i=?s: m—*a-dore <i Oh make us love Thee more and more ! ^ g r: ^ " -^ jzi'ji-vJ J O earth ! grow flowers beneath His Feet. (253) ! [" ! TMt Prtcima Blood.. and we know Thee.-' an ttmlimn "I Hymn Melody.ri I tyiUizm Fabtr.

With the powers all A AA m. Thus bow I ^ ^ T- H~T7JZ^^ S i . drink the unsealed source of Thee When glory's Sun. M.u Oeuty. r f I ' =F And much to d: 9- ^Fpte * ^ fj. i . and love m if^ loy I I \ \ hum-ble all to me. made itt /6SS. rJ> Of poor soul hath J I r> . my joy. my faith's ! m r=r O dear memorial of that Death. faith ! My food. adore Thee. could not think. discourses die.THE BLESSED SACRAMENT. I languish. m s i I. I . When this dry soul those Eyes shall see. give me Thy Face 1 Amen. proud all Faith As is fast bowed lower love ^^ J' sense. ' = 66. ^^ God. force.1 Whom too Wj su Down. Then for Thy veil. faith's shade shall chase. glorious crease. J . and be skill. Crashav/s translation oftht "Adoro Tt dnolt. And ' AdaptatiCK. truth could not For which say. and that long day : Love. faith strength affords To keep pace with those powerful words And words more sure. of portion of li. breath Live ever.WitJkot. low. ^^ rntr'r"r 'r-rf^^ my faith . down. (254) V Ancient CatlulU L Adapted t>y Hi -ft Ve/afy." • . more sweet than they. my Faith =s= for h^E^ Which mystery can believe as love new laws can give. 127. my Lord! hopes in- And fill my portion in Thy peace Come hidden Life. Come. come away.Jr:j. still is my and gives us survives. Bread of Life.f r - my J.

. supplicate of Thee. 128. And did not Thee deny And glorified Thy greatness Though hid from human eye. Priest o/tht "I OraUry of St PkOif Nfi. divine Redeemer. re - J.PRAYER TO JESUS IN THE BLESSED SACRAMENT. -I — i ^^ i When ev ^ - rnr 'ry eye shall see -i-^j ^P Thee De In - S: i-ty re-veal'd. [ Amen. # I I ! T^. P £iE r" I. Accept. J J - ' "^ ' M— ' ' ' \ 1 ^ ' I I Up on the clouds oi J. -'- r-+ " ' J.U J gain. .^J J ! I i # » {HV=: • m WTio now up-on this # J J J. That here [Eimard Caswfil.-^- > - . That here I bow'd before Thee I Upon my bended knee I owned Thy Presence.ing 1 1 ^ ^^ train . ^ rf r IS- When Thou shalt come a . "I . ^^-t Remember al - tar In ri-^ ?^ O then.J ^gg ^^=^ ' mem - J ber. Be Thou my consolation When death is drawing nigh Be Thou my only treasure Through all eternity. Jl- I . With Thy all shin. Saviour. 7 r I I O Je su Christ. .dEvrj. J s —-=—*- -« r 1 (255) si-lence art con ceal'd -^ ai. E.J ^ - m^ J Hea - van. The homage of my praise Be Thou the light and honour And glory of my days. —A - men..

and tree.J^ -«s>- ^ £fe S: y ^^''^^'^Sfr'^^-'^^r^ Foun-tain vile Draw me fair. 3S ^S W^ i ^—r-L m^^. and and i : Find a Paradise (256) in death \Uarmenised by 1 S. 129. P. r TronslatioH —Matthcui Bridets.Blending with the purple Gore Flow Flow me keep make me -Ji —from that sacred Side Of a God. clean.son jiiiAM^. J ^li^H \=^ Water.^7i^^i^. H'addittgtcn. 2. crime of the Me the per life le ^^ * ^S S$^ ^. J there. Plunge me in. 3 Soul ' C/^rs-^ of Je Je Blood of p- - sus. f — let me be Holy Jesus Never separate from Thee 1 Who : From the malice of the foe Ward me in the vale of woe Let me.ANIMA CHRISTI. J = S8. When His Agony was o'er in mercy. - 7^Trr^- "F -pf" Of less by — that lone — sub - cure.. and mean. there... \ . Glo sea!. —once for —crim. lime. i ite gs '±1 1. flow for me. full and free. yielding up my breath. for sinners.. ty f. ^ (-^^ bled and died.. - sus. M. shame ^m ter - -ful ni me. fer'd on the - rious as e Fa -thorn ! - - -AA i fTr"TrT^^^'°^ cJzzg CJ R- make me Heal.. ^^^ ^ Pure as Bound-less Thou Thy Bath art self - hu of - man Thou pure.

hoc amoris iaculo Cor meum accendatur Et sacro hoc incendio vel seraphico Amore cor flagraret. O mors exoptatissima.THE SACRED HEART. Ardorem caiitatis. Non satis Te amaret.' ris ^ 1 t - :P=^ IC2I t. S'an forU. quo amas me. IV.^^ ta ^ Z2I r ergo Te S diligere. 1 . . Sed quid ? a -1 ' rJr me ^^^i^-0 In ict -pr I -f^ Cor 1 O ! r tis! - -p- I si- - r-^ 1 f mum. (257) [ Amen. Sic mori vi amoris Amoris sit cor victima Pro Corde Redemptoris. - A J- 1 1 '^ -^i_f— li i 1 *=i: T^ g: fe - - ctum tot t:^ f" men. - Q Q III -> su. 130. possim satis. Hoc. Cor plenum bonitatis Cor Tuo da simillimum. ••RocJu Aitey: by T. COR JESU. COR PURISSIMUM.. Cor humillimum. Cor Jesu. ^ S g Ut Cor mite. In cineres solvatur. ^ Cor Je ^^m xj 72. Da ignem caritatis. si -^^ pec -^±. J I. Immensum da. Cor pu — # - 3an san ra - - cti ^fT T —^i -^ jqi um - r «f pur - 1 ga sor - 1 H "P] f^ di i dum. Non tamen hoc incendio. = M.

Translation of" Cor yesu. PUREST HEART.-Q ^ \ ^5° / r German. s ^ ^^ 7 ^ ^^ ness pu r long with yearnings high. O loving Lord. love's violence to die I Ah. Russtll. 131. fold. were e'en all my heart on - li - death. j . Amen. Not - r light the flame of love in mine. J _ :^ I. Thou art 4-^-^-1 r^^=^ ! Cleanse Thou my ' r Al - tf^ sor by stained 1^^ r r r man so sins But. yet wouldst - i r Till love a conflagration proved. That love which in Thy Heart doth burn Give me to love Thee in return.y. :«: 22: That therefore Thou mayst worthily Be loved. by me. With ho m Most humble Heart of all that beat. meek and sweet Give me a heart more like to Thine. ah. Heart full of goodness. A ~r7 - men. O fire the Seraphim's desire. may my heart love's victim prove For the Redeemer's Heart of love. "ci r loved.S. Cor T C puriisimum" by Father M. And cold. = 72 ^mrr" m M. - ^^ n^^ - r rest Heart. I Thus from Thou enough be i - did. \ / /. And of f= m i-hi~^ @^ tar MW r ^ so heart.O HEART OF JESUS. O Heart i ' r of Je 'r r sus.

-shed. Safe in the centre of that Breast Where still all is Peace Dear Heart of Jesus deep profound Prostrate upon the sacred ground ! In holy prayer.-some 1- 1731 Nor T^ Q ' ' I :?2= last-ing Sit 84.Kriigti. J . 4 :^ -?2L e ?F=rtH ' ^ d- i I —^Where broods the Ev-er- -^ J J! ^ =?. .THE HEART OF 132. Altar of Patience moan Where ! wreath'd w4th thorns. jl Waddu^cn. s ps i '& s: Ho Ho- ly J. Dear be the crimson that adorns own. ^^ 1-1 ! on WTiose Throne listen'd to the sinful man. Nature meanly scorns foolish To bow The fault was all But downward ran said.^ = ^^ H I. And through this vale of tears and gloom Home ! Smells sweeter : Here ! When t j for the Soul Let those opprest find their haven of true rest storms increase.J of f=^ I ! I I -lies! J. Saviour wherever Thou art found Let me be there ! [ M. his the knee. P. J. -<i ' ' seat of love. i < I JESUS. M.dours I — a — - Of bove :^ and life Ark of compassion „ light! K I izz: -<s>- M ig: _ "<S>^3 n Of « fe I — :z2i from ' Pure Pity ' I Shed. J ar . Thine Agony 5- Chamber of Sweetness whose perfume In Heaven makes Paradise to bloom O'er plain and hill. ] (259) 5.^ ^ r Dove irz: T I mys In M r might :i 2i 4 ?.

heart and i tongue.^ f: I ' ^ I My heart v/ith fond. ^ rj Je - -Q. :g: .ges course a as^ i=t f" ^^f^ Shall raise -^ ^ -IS>- T21 joy-ful its • -e> — (S>- -P2= Blest &^ be with loud. -ci. ' m^ 4: I. ^^ long. ^. men.est yearn -' ~G>' -° ' a. f 32: iiz: s»—r- ^ -S- ^ strain. By ev - 'ry song.est . ^^^P=f^ While - g~p- p _ :r^ f^ "^n ?^=Fra f^rP^ sus. M. ^ - d=^ lE^ -=23^ g+r-^ F=F-=p=f The ing :^q.«'. i^^ I I :?2: l^^l^^ ? =FT- 3n: g»^^»- -(5>- > . 133. _C^. :^=8: (260) -J.THE SACRED HEART. - Sa-cred Heart of J. = 80. To - Q Je rJi=d: g - sus' Heart burn all jj^d^- ^i?fFr^^g i ^ ^^=d: ing - -^ ^- fCi I I With -^- Q I fer - vent love for J J -?2- .

I~ dt FtariaU. Blest be with loudest song. The Sacred Heart By of Jesus.O Heart By The for sinners riven sheer excess of love.S. pure of heart.Sr. 4- As Thou art And ever So may my Of Thine meek and lowly. heart be wholly the counterpart- While ages course along. spear through 'Twas Thee was driven. sin of While ages course along. &c. frat/urAOanyyamtsCMristit. every heart and tongue. While ages course along. &c. mine that drove. ]J . 3- Too true I have forsaken Thy Yet hearth by wilful sin let Back me now to be taken my home again.'] ( 26l ) [ R.

M. 134.) J- m^ free ten-der Heart. ' "if f=f= ^^^ .^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ THE SACRED HEART. fj r - ful and J J J i ^ law J we live r No lon-ger held as by Love Di - vine. J .^ Z I I ^^ f M.. „^^ J|') ^2 of heart Gf- ban. der - i P^V r The en . strong ark which doth en j ... rules the -e> J = 96. Grate r O I. = 63.shrine S JlJ^^J^. -J -' J i r r p ^ I ^ r r r whole sweet law that @ slaves beneath a hJ J j ?"=?= B . r r ten -I r ' which doth strong ark Heart. J r O I.. p^ r -^-rf j^f ^ ^F^^ r I man ^ . J- r ^ r (262> ^ .-f4^"J P=^ ^ J ^ J |J r r r 1 J vr r J | J J I J ^ I J - A I' p ^r A -'J J rules the heart of The whole sweet shrine r that ^ r (Second Tune. J — ^ ¥ J.V.lhi ^ • I j man No f^ ^p Ion - ger held E as J. (First Tune.8 r ^ '^ZrrJr^ p ^ -J.

"[ ir Lady CUttrt ( Rota UnOctlaHd. O sanctuary undefiled. sweet to us and dreaJ. O ^^T^^ O Heart. and will not fly Into His Heart. - ful and J. J . 3- Under love's symbol. J Tune. Of that new law of love unto us given O veil more precious than of old was riven . there that will not call. iraddiMztm. our everlasting tlrenslmtiffH »f she" C»r'anM l^tm OHtiMtns. Orwatd Dykes.-^ J • ^^E . isSo.— 4 i -rr —A f- f i w '-r Grate ban.— Melody/ram CtatiJe -1 CSeamd Coudimels Psalter. -i J- ^ r fid by Love Di S r i Di ggj vine. P. arranged I ) by S.' by -\ John St. temple holier than the ancients piled. —" The Sacrtd Heart.) J ( 263 Home ? [First Tune. izz: Grate r - fill r r and J free . Mystic and human woes hath Christ endured Our Priest Whose Offering His Blood What living heart is At His redeeming To give Him sacrifice our heaven secured. O . t slaves beneath a ^ V- free we live A A r we live by Love J J J - -vine. and Flesh as wine and bread. come that doth not sigh love for love.

135.THE MOST HOLY NAME OF JESUS. H r^rr I. dis et i^ ^ - M. Je su. J. J = CFirst Tunc. '^- ri J t I I Dans ve S I f=F (264) ^r^T= :i =fc ' r J - ra cor.) ^ I. «: I "P' a.i 22: i ^5 • rJ dul - r 3 r'"^ cis me rf o r> . J .dis -J- J J ^F i fi'rx/ Tune. S jzL g ? r^ (Second Tune. ^^ M.) 96. #M 1 Dans ve a. J mel per - 22: i w^ ^5= Sed cor ^H i^ S3^^ O^ 3t=3t gau ra ri 1 . - ^ J. ti - - a.—TradiHtHai. r di - - ^^ ^ su J J ^ E - jus dul J- J- - - cis prae J :^=ct .JiiL I P J = 72. JESU DULCIS MEMORIA. dul - -^ - vr me cis mo - F=^=^qq^ ri - AA * J J^ J. n^ Je - ^ --B J- -J- rt' - sen su.

- =F=F - ..i Ife gau ^ 4=-H ^ Sed di - su per - ^ I gSOi g -p- r-J rj mel et ^ —rr- a. — 23: r^ I. — ^ ? * ! mo - :2::i Dans ve ri -^ J. I ^ J221 r 4=^^: te :g i * j< 23&. I " - — :^ 122: I f 'ff 1 dul men. .^p-f E — —— lg— F^=^— 1 '}r\ 0 A 1 H - men. A ti s r> The same for Male ^ - ^ I Sed di su mel per - et a. ZCH W—^- T T ^N|»-. r^? :e3" I E jus - - dul prae cis ^ - sen ^^m ^ ^ - r^ Je su.1|J - jus dul - cis —o-J prae g 1 - sen r^ - ti i 1 f'' - 1 a. - a^fe i me - ^ I Voices. H-—f-i r (265 I i ^^^ L^. -S'S>- F=T - - cor ra - dis -p^^^ -y:2i i r r I • i- fe F^^ :?z: gau B -<S»- :S I cis :?i=ll f-.

mo - n ifot ^ * ^ r - cis ^ J r- -p- cis me J.. Z3— TAini Tiine. r dl. - dul su. r Dans j gau ccr-dis ^ ^ ve r . ^^ dol i ^ »- i^ r Je I. .^-^ ' gau - di r r Sed su ' f a. Bach. dis - J J r - J per ^^ mel I et J> I :?«=p: V^^ ^ ^ i I mni - E a. ms f^^ iH E il S E^S j» J fe£ - jus dul ^^ - cis ^ prae - sen - ti - a.. - jus dul prae cis - L^ l-O =^PT rrr ^S 'f^J SS fe • • r " - sen ^ w - ti - a.—Choralt. . - J^J^^i^J^J . - ^ J £3 ^?=^ f mo - J3^=^--^=^ ^^M-fA t^^ ri - a. A 1 J (266) I r L - men.ra.(Third Tutu. g^ -J- J cor r.S. me . harmonized by 7. a.a..

M. . ra - mm- m ** n * y '<^^•* Dans ve a.. r r .cis - ^ - > ti - a m / ^^ ~<^ sen (Fifth Tune. dul-cis me. jus dul-cis - i- ^ ' - ' ~T> E • 1 . .-^J • ' •*/! (WJ^IL ^-^ > — 1 4-^ s. dul - J N _1 p I 1 m ' Je I.cis me- su I JZL I.. J CFourth Tune.di ' ^ - ^ V . Je - su. — 1 ..a.^ r \ jus dul-cis prae. Je - 1 ^ 1 su.) su. — — m *% g 4-^^ <lt -J^^-4. - - - \ ' \ji •- tM ' 1- -^ prae. m J= I.sen. . J 1 I 1 _ 1 1 1 I Sed a. 1 1 ! A /A^ - cis ! me- "11- F r ' ' A mo • — F^—1^^ irli- fv^* ~ o ' ifcg i cor.mo I. ! - 1 -^ * g 4'mrJ per mel et o J su - 1 r . .ti. diil . • ' r ^ f^r'^^T'^^ prae jus dul-cis y prae- jus 1 - — ~ i I . I ^ i 1 o — 1 M. Je 66.... —PalestrtMa.sen jus dul. Je 1 - Saint Bernard. - ^ \ ' 1 1 IT -4- . - Je ri . ^=i^ m fiS "c?I.= 66. • ' mni-a. E if! f^ ^ . su.^. gau ^ .w3i|. 1 rs 1 - L_ m^ E iO J E a. Fosirtk Tutu.111 II' P F-* 1 1 sen-ti E mni-a.dis V P^ m W |« m F . 'VJ^Tii* ri s r ' 1 — —J 1 ^_4_ i =^Lr-rJ. .a. . [ (267) - su.

J. ~\ . E-jus dul JJ-^ cisprae-sen- - E - E o - mni-a. m ra cor . - i.ti f=F :^ I dul jus J sen ^ J J ^ jus dul r"r=r=F E E cis prae- su-permelet a..-d. F^^PIPP 2i - - ?^^P?^m _:|.Dans ^^ ve ra - ni^ i =F=f r- I mo - - ri ^ Dans ve a. ^=n Dans prae. - JfJ. J.JyJ. - jus ^- ±3e^ - Sed ti g li gf E a. ^ - gau dis - di a. J - - cis J rr^T sen - prae-sen ^ r - ti - 1^ :i=£ r -g a.J. - ^ a.sen ^ EE r su 4 J--J-.71 jus C'r'T rr ti mni - i=E ti - P j-r Sed - i a=z«: - A - men. fa> J izizz m E-jus (268) r Fi/tJt TuHt. -1 J J J - jus dul ^ V:-j-.>..—Paitstrina. J J. mel per o et i E a.Jl. cis prae-sen-ti - a.A ^^ - - J J J J - cis prae-sen i »=*: 3=^ jus dul. a. - ti g a.cis . w I prae .

\ 1.hJ . -(S>- "0~ dis r -J- cor ! Cf ^- -^ J gau ^ Dans dis ra -^ a. n r ve Dans ^ dis -«s>— r :g= - ri - r> ccr ra i a. di - gau-di - r a. - J 1 ^^ ^ • " . . me cis - 22: su. - M "F" mo - te su. ^ }—: J r di gau di -"3-^ ^- rj '>^:i^ - ^ J —<&> 1 /! J • r-D • *-^ r^ r~> f-:. 1 Sed super di . mo - dul ri -^2- mo Dans. ^ 1 1 Sed Sed a.) su. gau gau dis ai n --^FV-L-—rj . J.^^^JI-PUJ ^ r? 1-^— - 1 gau cor . su - su - ^ AA^ %-%QA —*?_ — --! 1 c->_ 1 -i et r^ ''-> J f^# i »^ J -1 . -j^j. 1 ' mel /-i^ -^ f^ ^ ! '-'"'« " <^ "-^ ! . (Sixth Tune.. - Je I. ' dis fm VK - ^ di 7:- ' a - J J . . . \ a.= 66. J 1 ==^:^ 77. . M. dul dul dul me cis me cis - a. .J J. - Cr. gau -- /-o its per - ~~.- gau a. i 1. ve JQ. - r cis - Dans a. J Je I. 1 rV rj J. - ri m ® -rr- su. 1 mel per mel I 1 cs**-* ^u ! n et 'r-^ rz. |/- -^'-^J •'-I -fr^^ -IS>- Idi dis ..a. - ^H .. m ^ Je - Je I.. Sed su-per mel (269) et H»^ -^ "i - - et. - 1 1 M. .

J . Quaerendo inardescite. Qui es futurus praemium : Sit nostra in Te gloria.— y. Amen. exprimere Expertus potest credere. Per cuncta semper saecula. Amorem ! quaerentibus Sed quid invenientibus inel ? Sis Jesu nostrum gaudium. (270) r Sixth Tuiie. T L iS^O—liOJ. ejus poscite Jesum ardenter quaerite. Quam Jesus Dei Filius. spes poenitentibus. Nil auditur jucundius. Jesu.per Nee Nee Nil canitur suavius. Jesum omnes agnoscite. dt yutoria. Nil cogitatur dulciue. Quam pius es petentibus Quam bonus Te lingua valet dicere. L. litera Quid sit Jesum diligere.

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&c. "p -«- :S: -e?- The I r r 2i: 22: -Tf5>- mage f 331 -g P^I r . &c. Love. Pierced thro' and thro' with bitter woe O Love.J =76. here as Man wast born like to us in all things made . 1 be. &c. Who Shalt set O me in the fadeless bo\vers Love. Who wrestling thus didst gain That we eternal joy might know O Love. Who sought -est ^ EfE me with ten der - =?2: r :?2= 13-: • ' -1^ zg: ! I ' J J mm. ere life's earliest dawn On me Thy choice hast gently laid O ly Thine f' ^ . O Who d Who . for Love. O to Who lovest me Love. I ri: :g= 221 for aye. M. &c. O Love. wan-d'rings wild :^ -G>- and drear Love. Who. m I me T> S 23 ^ ^ > I 1. 5- 3- Love. soul dost ever plead didst my ransom pay. Who Whose O my Love. . Love.THE SOUL GIVES HERSELF TO THE 146. . . Thine r ev I -sy:y- Love. EVERLASTING LOVE. Who once in time wast slain. Who once above yon skies. And ^-fi I I er. i m^P g ^m V:^ -p-: 1 O > I Who form-edst Love. power sufficeth in my stead. St ^ IJJ ^|p"^ r-T 3:^ zt -^^ to Thee. 1 O my 1 1&- I O give I 'j ii self -o- I I ' my Thro' care ^£^^ :^ 1 all T Thy of i izi: -s»- - ^-H-d i r I I wear to -227 God-head here i 1 O O (288) once shalt bid me rise From out this dying life of ours Love.

ly 2^: r^- I J to 4^]=?: My My A. J. ho i "te _M2 s# 1 1^1 « a 1 ' ' r ^n^ ! Would Wouldst . lyinkivorth. M. death. 147. n<^ H?5 Ti S ^ • ' 1 With soul and flesh of mine I die to Thee in faith. take - heart shall choose and J • Thee. ho ly \vill- ^^ /-^ ' « « . Be 4 '1 i'-?^: my all ^=^')-4 ter - that is nal a — ^ M— ! all ^ 1 1 i and th'e- heart hold. - ly give. thro' - 1 i 1 take — 1— J—m • 'Mm"—#— — • r ^— ^- 1 ges.1=76. m ' # s or - Thou I i der thought and word and deed that N should long-et I I u I J live. . r4B— — — 1 Lord be ' * 11> Vd 1 • 1 1 to Thee. As Thy most To Thee the ho - choice ly n-ill I whol cj Q Angelus. S -J- Am# 1 I 1 * m ^ 1 . Choir. i ^ • m J • m n« A*' ^ F I .n '-±^ - ' (289) . . 7-1 1 ^ ? ^^ still 1 1 J-^ ±^ me.THE SOUL AFFIANCES HERSELF TO THE BRIDEGROOM. w^^f I. in - me. Now 3. J shall lead. jtL . Verses i and 3. ^ri^\• rj ^ J 1 r: would be Thine I n -%' me Thy J ^ m * * ' WouldstThou my V from I ' ! J <^J •> it 32= 1 ? will love lov'd. Jt. translated by "I C.

The Bridegroom of my ^^»^ (290) soul for ev f^ I - er S German. cross i I ^ I see. How best to give my. * f= of Verse To My God in -deed.self J . JJ. with purest Milk and Wine. =P2: H lines my so deign to be I ^ 2. - Thy throne. pourest thro' JAA J. So sweet. so in ^j^.. J J J 1 ?^ to ^ Thee ' s= — 1 4. 2. Jrrtij-^ J S=£ i Pfci 4. iiy 4. My Head from whom no pow'r can se-ver.i f— 1 me dwell in me. I .-1- -J Thou own.rJ m P no-ble Face. 4.J-^. My Help ^-. - T^ streams of Last two =?2I rT=pf g^ ^? JiJ. d S ^¥ =F=r: 2.Verses 2 and People. to '9 - of grace. Thou quenchest me But Thou must al I I make my life heart di m J j^ Oh vine. j2- B of Verse I pon-der as <-M >V SS tt -^ Lrtsi <wo lines Thy J. full time of need.

— *r ^ ^ J g is like to Thee. ^r^-^-r ners - OE J— ^i^ I. ^3F i ^ r *r Je I. J = (Pirst Tune. :^i^ - J J 1 in "S^ ^ P- rTT~~r fr r r Yet Thy Heart ! * j. 148. Je J- - and a ^ su clin eth whol - - ly . su - ! ? r r r none is like S X -i- m -m- r r r God most Thee. ^5St^ -* fe= ^ ly Voices.^ J . ::i«=Si The same for Four Male %ve lower. to ^^^j ^^^ -^ r d high and =ct*= — i ^ *JL ^ * Man most ho J ^ ^ ' —*-^^ —r=Q^ 4* l^ r r *r « Un ^| 'i to - sin at^^ . ! none r ' r.^W r weak low - - izz: ly. God J J i r (291 ) l J ^ r f " r -l'f a most high and .) 56.THE TRUE LOVER. M.

Now I know my own For He true God. and He (292 ) shall cheer me. "] Cup. He my [ Kev J.^^H-f^ Man most ho ^5 m ^^ Un ^s ^ I ly - - ? f to J i^ f r ners - J^ J (D s »-± weak and low J- ^- J None there be that love like my lovers They could look thro' - (D - ^ iS: ^p=r would be If with Thy clear Eyes All whol ly 1-^ i I | r ^r . No one pardons as dost Thou If my rebel soul surrender. ^ Thee fleeing all-seeing all my being. Such is Thy forgiveness tender. J . S.eth J. art my defender. Thou. O'Connor. None would pay for such as me That great price Thou freely gavest Hell's deep hate Still Thou Thou seekest gladly bravedst me and savest. just Judge.^.i'^r 1^^ ^^cbri^" ^> i:--r r ly.clin . r German Ckcrale.J i ^ r sin He^t in Yet Thy 1 «: ^^r j!^'i. Back. More and more doth He endear me. dwelleth very near me. 1 VhartHOMised by y.

: Such is Thy forgiveness tender. w^ould pay for such as me price Thou freely gavest Hell's deep hate Thou gladly bravedst Still Thou seekest me and savest. No one pardons as dost Thou If my rebel soul surrender. 5.J^ s: None theie be that love like Thee ! All lovers would be fleeing If with Thy clear Eyes all-seeing They could look through all my being. -^ lJ r f . LGtrman Choralt. just Judge. ^m ^ y r r I. and He (293) shall cheer me. - a^ J^J. dwelleth very near me.i?-j=i I r — r^g r ^ • m ^ -r^ Man most ho ^ f T Yet Thy Heart ly! and high §^ cj^ ' t S^^ © ^ J=^F in clin - - eth whol - ly 'J. None That great 4. art my defender. Thou. " sin - ners :^ £i: f= 2. CfCtnnor. (Second Tune. ^it ^^ »: =5^=^ ±i: Un err to -j?^ ners - sin weak and low ly.) su - Je none ! OI^Z l/'£/ ^ like is iq" God most Thee. my 3. J = 56. 7. J Cup. harmtnittd^ . to i ^5S 22t:2. Now I know my own For He true God.M. More and more doth He endear me He my r JUv.

) u\lr. CREATOR SPIRITUS. CFirst Tune. - Cre g -s»- ^ Tu tes Sdi tor ^mkk 52: Pj i . ^ P' Ve I.J2_ ^ ^y.GOD THE HOLY GHOST. Im 4^ci{z pie su A -«~ I i «=s per . cre r r ( e» 294 " 1 r =F .rj -i-j- ^ i# I P" - rum o ri VI si - - Men tus. J P=i^ ^d^ rJ CJ W CJ ta.i\f fj =^ <S» V • y 1 a '-^ M jH «5» gra Q - • ti - Tu Quae a. ^ '± ni. 149. VENI.

—Plain Chant tfe. Tu septiformis munere.'] — SecoTidTune. Deo Infunde amorem cordibus. Pacemque dones protinus Ductore sic Te praevio Vitemus omne noxium. (Second Tune. Pons vivus. Et Patri sit gloria.Voices. - ^^^ ^^ Qui For Four Male.'otir. Infirma nostri corporis Vixtute finnans perpeti. 2C Paraclito. Attributed to TaUis. £t spiritalis unctio. I a=M^^ -rot o tus - ^'^-^^ ^ Tu - C> rj\ :g: Q ^ PO^Sir2S2: Quae Spi tor - — ^^ ^?rvTTT ^ i a - s ^^ • -^ ^ - ni. Accende lumen sensibus. ignis. Teque utriusque Spiritum Credamus omni tempore.M. Digitus Paternae dexterae. qui a mortuis Surrexit. Dei. Altissiini Men i ^= Im ta. caritas. Per Te sciamus da Patrem. - r :^^=gizzii 2022222: rPfP Hosteni repellas longius. :^ QPga>L_g_ e g S _ - a etc ra. Sermone ditans guttura. In saeculorum saecula. Noscamus atque Filium. [jFirsl (^r\e •yO \ / r L Amen. tOth Century. Tune. diceris Paraclitus. Thmtas "1 J .) ive loiver. i^ % I ^ =p=^ Ve o Cre rum VI SI - -> - ri cre :£ 2:2 a - S d= donum pie su - tes - - per :i - na gra - ti S^^ pe sti - I Tu ^ - a. Filio.J = 84. Tu rite promissum Patris.

Ve 6.' = 72. ^ 2t pe "J- J f'j-f'^r- r - ra.j ni. J.j rj - ( i^ cre -^^ ^J-J M. P ^ I. J Ve ri ' Quae Tu I. _ r3 p 1 11 ^^ " = 92. - -a-^ ta.ra. :g: • A - men. p 22: P?=r^ tor - ^ vi I a P: ^ ((» ): - i d C3" ^^ "O tef — p Cre tm=M-^ ^T p Spi tor ^ Q ' jS^ - ri "' r r '.M. Men - tes Tu ^^fe^^lFf^^^ - . - Cre S VI SI - - ' - Tu Men-tes - "^* P :P2: o - - rum ^^ ^ -oT -g- -J--<5l Im - su pie per - - na gra - 3| ti ta.' I (296) p' r-^"-r - tus. I' cto g (Fourth Tune. (Third Tune. -^ . - si ^-rr ^ Spi ^E^ g=^ l^:^^ P^ HA. m iS: "TT" 122: 1 ni.

f#=-^-h -7^ -^. . ignis. Accende lumen sensibus. Hostem repellas longius. Noscamus atque Filium. Tu septiformis munere. J L . 1 - — So rO: > rum vi r— jrr- r^ - si ^ gg rj ^^^ Im -pie ta.^-i <-' 1 rj i-^ gra '11 1 .^ O r^ 1 1 ti ' l*^-* I'j -^— (cy 1 r^ C3 1 /r> ''-' - r^ .—Sy Ptur PXUifs. Fons vivus. 1 \ Qui diceris Paraclitus. r-j . Infiinde amorem cordibus. Tu rite promissum Patris. - su ' -^rH- rj rJ ^V 1-~N 1 "-» . irS Tura A ?5 ! ' - • men. . In saeculorum saecula. qui a mortuis Surrexit. i V Onn ^>il \ ) Amen. Teque utriusque Spiritura Credamus omni tempore- Deo Et Patri sit gloria. Altissimi donum Dei. ' rJ " P* na iTJ 1 1 riJ - If-^ 1 -H- t ' Xy per - ! 1 lO ^H « pi p o q 1 =#1 rj (-J <r3 . Digitus Paternae dexterae. rj . Filio. 1 1 1 Quae /^^ — 1n ' (W. [ rikirj rutu. caritas. Pacemque dones protinus Ductore Viteraus Te praevio omne noxium. sic Per Te sciamus da Patrem. ac Paraclito. Infirma nostri corporis Virtute firmans perpeti. /did. J r Fourth Tuit€. Sermone ditans guttura. £t spiritalis unctio.—Old Catlulu Hyrtn H Melody. V U<^-' Tu ere ^-i a - 1^ ^ *-^ ^ j'j 1 ' 1 V pe sti rj ' - cto - ra.

Ve ni. <7S - O tor - ^ s^ j- ^- V o a - [miiij-g=g P {' f^ rum Spi - ri - SQL si T " - pie su P =F na per gra Tu _Q_ -fzi- 22: i tes — —3 Im ta. ^f VI @Kfe gi ''MJ' ^ ' - :§: r Cre Di i r-r - 3.pie jS-^ ^S^^ F^^r" G? su G> - per it ^^ —J - na ^ gra I net (298I d: . Im . J = is Xt c' f? (Fifth 63. ^ Tune I) V. ^="^=3= - Ou -o- SE €? P pe ^ 'R ' cto ' -^ ?2: - ra.M. - P& I tE PT ^ Se - [" g Se ^ Men tus.

irz: Quae -1^ rail. ignis. \ . Pacemque dones protinus Ductore sic Te praevio Vitemus omne noxium.—By Thomai T Attwaod. ditans guttura. Tu rite promissum Sennone Patris. Teque utriusque Spiritum Credamus omni tempore. Per Te sciamus da Patrem. Accende lumen sensibus. caritas. Tu septiformis munere. Infirma nostri corporis Virtute firmans perpeti. qui a mortuis Surrexit. Hostem repellas longius. Et spiritalis unctio. Altissimi donum Dei. ^S ^V « f Quae ^ f CAA^>^ ^^Ji-i f^f ^ =S=^ ' - Tu ere A - a pe sti - cto ± b< ra.Mt^ a. In saeculorum saecula. Fons vivus. ac Paraclito. Infunde amorem cordibus. Noscamus atque Filium. Digitus Paternae dexterae. Filio. Deo Et Patri sit gloria. Qui diceris Paraclitus. (299) Amen. FifOi Tune.

So may we. with endurance from on high The weakness of our flesh supply. 6.J = 88. I F^ ! ^ -x±. -d O Come. Amen. _C2_ Far back our enemy repel. S :g: =F fet i zi: To rJ Y r r r V fill r . with . hast I And solemn Unction from above Turn from each The O may Thy hurtful thing aside. To God r Tra>tt'. And let Thy peace within us dwell. Our senses touch with light and fire Our hearts with charity inspire And. sacred sevenfold grace is Thine. ! O O -o- ^ fl A made. Praise to the Son firom the dead Arose. our souls take in ^ - -TXiy: ly aid.xti»H iy Father CanualL 1 . . ^ M. Dread Finger of the Hand Divine ! The promise of the Father Thou I Who dost the tongue with power endow. having Thee for guide. CL. :g: Thy up Cre - M zi: P =p f-i a tor. and perfect praise to Thee Who O Holy (300) Ghost eternally. - 1 I rJ rJ Spi - zz: rit blest And zr * ri: i^ ^ rest ^^ 33: ^ 3i: Thy grace and heav'n ' _Q ^ S ^^ f-F Come. SPIRIT BLEST! 150. grace on us bestow The Father and the Son to know. Thou the hearts which 'V Great Paraclete to Thee we cry highest gift of God most high I fount of life I O fire of love 32: - men. O CREATOR.COME. And evermore to hold confessed Thyself of Each the Spirit blest. ^m ^ I. the Father praise be paid.

Grant a death of hope and peace.£ail - ^4 J J i ing Light.''\ by the Very Rev. Ho- m ly Spi - ^ J J J I^^S" Is-suing from ^ p and shine On our souls with beams di -vine. . coolness sweet. Come. SANCTE SPIRITUS.diance bright. Prior AyHeareL J -^ Wash away Come. 152. O Fa-tber ^-^ ^ Sit mi-: ' ra . ^ I. kindest. best. Who in Thee confide and trust. • f I'T ^T -1»— g the poor ji^ i =S>=S^ of rrr r-'ir ' Thy store.SaHcUSfirUiu. j~:^ J I ^m5T Thy ^ —— -^ come rit. 151. Rest in labour. Grant us virtue's blest increase. Heal each wound and bend each will. Translation et/tJu"yeni. our bosom's dearest guest. Nothing pure in man could be Nothing harmless. Come. C - of V~P" ^^"^^ Ev-er bounteous O lli'g- Come. J>» J y r-^ each sinful stain . Warm our hearts benumbed and chill. Tempering the burning heat. =S= A- zz meu. M. Sweet refreshment sweet repose. consoler. « —*^^ u^^ • »i-» - :z3: ( V all Thy faithful just. onj j"* \ J . 76. J = CFirst Tune. nothing good. Unto divinest Light. But for Thy blest Deity.VENI. onr hearts as . Gently shed Thy gracious rain On the dry and fruitless soul. Deign the seven-fold gift to send. Amen. All our wayward steps control. Grant the joys that never end. impart Unto every faithful heart Plenteous streams from love's bright flood. Truest comfort of our woes.

^ i* is coe - -J. f^^^^f^^t^i^-^ Ve Ho San . 4-hA 1 rum. •^- '& ^S srr? Lu tus vine.J. shine - ri come and lit. - the ra ra Thy =g= J.M. e our suing i j Et On i^^ =P= - tus.tor bounteous mu of Ve - ni. I ae - 1-^ Pa . store. ^=So. - ^- (Second TuneJ. :?2: I -<s>- rum. San - ly Spi - J- J. O -^--d- ^B ^ -d- pau - of pe -rr r> [' I di diance - p r bright. Et e shine On our - mit - te souls with .~-j Spi come - ri and (302) - tus. A y.cte Spi - rit. fail - ing Light. I. cis =P2= 2. ^ ^ The same Melody for Four Male Sve lower.4.J.ter Fa . Ve I. - r-^ F Ve Ev - ni. ni. Ho ^S m ni. m ^^ ^^ Voices. Spi cte - A M . our A :z3t poor. - er -«- -^ J 22: =P2: da . W^ 'm - J J :^ :fe^ T" Come. - ni. tie - Thy r lu heart's men un - cor - "di um. -G>- 2. m \=^- r- ly A j.ther te - souls with =i2p2: 22: from I niit - J-^J. st 1. li beams \=A ^- =?z: di - Is - A i^- fc ^ < J Tu : ^^ ^ 2. Ve Come.

Grant the joys that never end. Come. i 1 Ve Come. impart faithful heart Plenteous streams from love's bright Lava quod In O Unto every Riga quod 9.^ ri '^ 1 • (w. _CL v. 6. Sana It 4*M xn ' In labore requies. Dulce refrigerium. (303) CFrom tht Luxtjnburg Catkolic~\ Uymn-iooJt. our bosom's dearest guest. est sordidum. Sweet refreshment. Sine men. best. ra . Da perenne gaudium.^ \ _C2_ g: "P=P= fe coe - li beams di i W ter pau - ther of 2. - Thy of S store. Nothing pure in man could be Nothing harmless. Wash away each sinful stain Gently shed Thy gracious rain On the dry and fruitless souL Heal each wound and bend each will. sweet repose. Amen. our hearts benumbed and chill. S m- the 3± — —S— 1 1 i Ve lu heart's ni. quod est saucium. Tuo numine. Tempering the burning heat lux beatissima. Nihil est in homine. 1 1 — 1 fJ H "^^t^ C»^r. Warm Sacrum septenarium. 10. 5. confidentibus. ae - Thy rum. Da virtutis meritum. g. ^ poor. nothing good. Dulcis hospes animae. - Come. Fove quod est frigidum. 3. • »ng 1 i 1' i" 1 men 10. A Light. Rege quod est devium. um. Reple cordis intima Tuorum fidelium. coolness sweet. Da Tuis Te 6.um. _i^l 9 » J t 1 ! 1-J 1 M - pe - ^ : Ve Ev - ni. fidelibus. Grant us virtue's blest increase. 8. ^^ . Deign the sevenfold gift to send. 7. Da salutis exitum. Rest in labour. 8. Truest comfort of our woes. - er da tor - boun-teous ^ - ni. 2. 1 3.di . Unto all Who in Thy faithful just. All our waj-ward steps control. . est aridum. - /•. flood. Come. O 5. 1 rJ 1* ^^ r-* un cor - J m f-* r ! i fail di - - Q r-t ej 4. But for Thy blest Deity. our 1 1^1^ Tu from ^^ - W ^ */ CIS suing - :#: Pa Fa Vn Is 33: fg: i<^ -^e Lu tus vine. divinest Light. ra-diance bright. In aestu temperies.*-»-T— CL^2-*' \ 4. O mu ^m - ne rum. Grant a death of hope and peace.KJ^ [ Consolator optime. Nihil est innoxium. Thee confide and trust. Flecte quod est rigidum. Consoler. kindest. I . Amen. In fletu solatium. 7.

1 rri (304) fl m ly - 1 1 -" ^ 1 Spi cious =1= rjJ |0 ho good and =^ m . ^^ mM ' I K Ci V 1 ZiZH 1 P /L r> k im"'' v VL/ ' 1 J * rJ • with 'all we 1 . K m M. J • ten der fires with-in - us -GL :& SE Fine. ^ iiSn =F ^^ i r^ T s ^^ t!=d: gj ss and make grace. i Sfc ^q g kin Bles die. ! Dove Di - For vine Oh 2. Thine us i T T^ Thy . ^ r f^ ' ki have grieved Thee. 1 chil ! ^ V dren - Give us . gra ^^¥h-p-— ^t-f— U J 1 1 J -f- frt\' I -3±L — ^^ 1 r-^ J —T~ HS T 1 . CHILDREN.HOLY GHOST COME DOWN UPON THY 153. J = 72 3y -4 2t (S>— 1 r — ^ 1 1 - ' i Ho-ly Ghost come down up -on Thy I. - - sed Spir J J 2:^ 8 I :Sr- IS- - it Y -'S'.J - in • 11- -* ' r ^ r I =^ S 1 i w * r ' 1 1 • l3* ^« r us J *« mJ S r r - 1 ^ r 1 • P r uJ M- ^ 1 m r 1 Is Way rit! —^ ^— - from ward..

and make us Thine Thy tender ! fires Blessed Spirit Now. PritsT] o/the Oratory of St. 321 B. While our hearts were slowly turned ! ! How often While hath for us Thy it love been shghted. al :?i: P=^ sor - morn ! Q. ! Dove Divine our hearts do not deceive us. J Lord faithful lightest word. Give us grace..C.. J . Holy Ghost '^rtderidk ! ! &c. Ne ' C2_ - - ful hearts ver yet J SI . sins. Thy wan ton. cold ^ 1 ^n pre - cious gift In all are we And still our joys. D. I all our new ev -'ry I I I . we lift..D. n-Qidingtm. ried Thee. (305. '7 W s»- :l2it r 1 rows. We would take Thee for our O dearest Spirit To Thy least ! make us and William Faier. r. Wist - ing. ^ S. Philip IVtri.ti^ *E 1:31 Thee. in our I. grieved and burned Holy Ghost ! come down upon Thy children. if within us kindle. Thee to have wea 4^ I -r± ~rj- K - Ho -ly Ho -ly S 221 r-1- Dear Paraclete how hast Thou waited..

Et misericordia ejus a progenie in timentibus eum. Et exsultavit salutari meo. et semini ejus in saecula. : the Lord. He things : hath : filled and the empty away. disFecit potentiam in brachio suo persit superbos mente cordis sui. &c. their seat Esurientes implevit bonis: et divites dimisit inanes. Sicut locutus est ad patres nostros braham. hath rejoiced: in God Saviour. Suscepit Israel puerum suum : recor- datus misericordiae suae. Quia suae : dicent spiritus respexit meus : in Deo My soul doth magnify And my spirit my humilitatem ancillae ecce enim ex hoc beatam me omnes generationes. et Quia fecit mihi magna qui potens sanctum nomen ejus. &c. MAGNIFICAT. est He For that is great things unto mighty hath done and holy is His me : Name. 154.THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. Glory be to the Father. (306) to . He hath put down the mighty from and hath exalted the humble. Gloria Patri. the hungry with good rich He hath sent * He hath upholden His servant Israel being mindful of His mercy. progenies : : And His mercy generation He arm : is from generation to unto them that fear Him. As He spake unto our fathers: Abraham and His seed for ever. Deposuit potentes de sede : et exal- tavit humiles. For He hath regarded the humility of His handmaid for behold from hence: forth all generations shall call me bles- sed. Magnificat : anima mea Dominum. 155. : hath showed strength with His He hath scattered the proud in the imagination of their heart.

LITANY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. Sancta Virgo Virginum. Pater de coelis Deus. Sedes sapientiae. Have mercy on us. God the Father. have mercy. Virgin most prudent. Mater purissima. audi nos. Virgo Virgin most faithful. have mercy. Lord. Lord. ! Mother of good counsel. Mater Salvatoris. Redeemer of the Miserere nobis. of Heaven. gratiae. Virgo Clemens. 156. Have mercy on us. graciously hear us. 157. hear us. Mother most admirable. God the Son. Christ. Mother undefiled. Miserere Twbis. Spiritus Sancte Deus. eleison. Christe. Miserere nobis. Mater intemerata. Mater castissima. Mater amabilis. Sancta Trinitas. have mercy. Virgin most powerful. Mirror of justice. exaudi nos. have mercy. Christe eleisoo. Miserere nobis. inviolate. Mother of our Saviour. Seat of wisdom. Mater Creatoris. Virgo potens. Mother most pure. Virgin most merciful. Virgo prudentissima. God the Holy Ghost. Kyrie eleison. Mater admirabilis. Have mercy on Sancta Maria. Virgo veneranda. have mercy. Sancta Dei Genitrix. consilii. Christ. one God. Mater boni world. Holy Mary. \ Mother of divine grace. Virgin most renowned. Christ. Mater Christi. Mother most amiable. Fill Redemptor mondi Deus. (307) "> . Kyrie Lord. Kyrie eleison. Have mercy on us. Holy Virgin of virgins. eleison. Mother of our Creator. Kyrie Lord. Christe eleison. unus Deu& Holy Trinity. fidelis. Holy Mother of God. Virgo praedicanda. Christ. Christe. Mother of Christ. Speculum justitiae. Mother most chaste. Virgin most venerable. Mater Mother inviolata. Mater divinae us. have mercy.

THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. Morning Stella matutina. Spare us. Have mercy on Christe. Regina Virginum. Regina Martyrum. Domus aurea. Foederis area. (308) us. Refuge of sinners. Turris eburnea. O Lord. Christ. exaudi nos. Miserere nobis. Ark of the covenant. Domine. qui tollis peccata mundi. Mystical Rose. Salus infirmorum. takest sins of the world. coeli. » •^ Refugium peccatorum. Consolatrix afflictorum. Regina Sanctorum omnium. O Who Lord. Dei. takest away the away the sins of the world. Tower of David. Regina sine labe originali concepta. of Virgins. Spiritual Vessel. afflicted. Causa nostrae Vas Vas Vas Cause of our laetitiae. Christe. of Apostles. Exaudi Agnus nos. honorabile. Regina Patriarcharum. of Martyrs. Comforter of the Auxilium Christianorum. Regina Confessorum. Help of Christians. Rosa mystica. qui tolHs peccata mundi. Lamb of God. Regina Angelorum. Health of the sick. Who takest away the sins of the world. Agnus ^ Dei. Tower of ivory. audi nos. Turris Davidica. spirituale. Queen of Angels. insigne devotionis. . Puree nobis. graciously hear us. hear us. of Confessors. ' Queen of the most holy Rosary. Who of God. Singular vessel of devotion. qui tollis peccata mundi. joy. Regina Sacratissimi Rosarii. Christ. star. conceived without original sin. Domine. Graciously hear us. Agnus Lamb Dei. Regina Prophetarum. Queen of Prophets. Queen of Patriarchs. Vessel of honour. Lamb of God. Janua Gate of Heaven. Queen Queen Queen Queen Queen Queen Regina Apostolorum. House of gold. of all Saints.

N m J 1 . J (309) .LITANY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.j^-iii 1 T ^^^^ I fc-S 1 . S ¥^ g ^.-J^ ^ - ^^ [^ LITANY o— ^ m ^ »^. ~\ II. q 1 —>s Choir. 157.^VV 1 ta«» ^ \ No. % I I f I J i^j I J rnr Nrf j ^ 5 I -i -^ -J. 156. LITANY P fft^ I..J^ J J l J ^--r r Frmn tkt Oratory C»UetH»n. 4r Xo. ^-^4-fr 4-^' M i (y f '. Congregation. . r-~r i -^ -i -J- 4 Q ^£ .^ I 1 J- r *^ 1 I QuanU. r> "^ * f^t^ Gt tf 1 *-• « ^^^^-^ ^ h ^' # I i: -^ -Jj J- J — — g ai IT 1 \ y —— : * #^ \ \ ^*y^ u ^ # -y 1 — I'll— U \^\^ 1 ^ 3B^ > ^j:i.. ^ p r L ' i -Q- J. — ^ ^ r I J.

III.' J""J „ J J I I =^r-aM9 rJ -I- J . J J^ ^ ^^ i^^^j i r r J r 'p r J pJ 1^ r From LITANY h r*> the Oratory ColUctioK.«^ LITANY ^ No. IV. ^^^i' "-fwni ^uJ_U pffh' ^i iH^ i r r*^^:^^^ r-Vr ^ l pw ! ' r i ^^ ^ ^Ei ^ j: ^' j J ^H^^^iE^ LrlTT^-^ r^^TT J | ( 310 . 1 No. ^- 1 J^J n J J J:. 1^%^- ?^ ?^ ^^ ^^ —^ P j j I .

V.LITANY No. tri "'^ . 7 ? 4 ^p^ J. VL * .S. i •^a^ rill ^m "» C?" ' J 4 s f- r f m^f=rf r j J J. LITANY No. ^ h 4.ii * ' r-^ ' s . « J -J r f=f=f=^ i ^ J ' ^ ^ r-f-T * J "cr <rr r (3") r 0^ r ' I i* f ^r 1 . -a-^j^ ^=^^H=? ^1^ (n^:. —O T-!' i P ? 7 321 f— XA^ m=x ^^-r- -m -i J jS: -J- -4 — G>- -^ r ^r»M an Oratory U. i "-= «s> m — i f 1-7 "r-g-L'f I H — « ^ 1 1 P-^ ii i * .

"Pi . 22: r ^|g^^ - <^ rj ^Q g -C^_aL_Q- - » f I Ma Ci tu f-^ r-^ k -I &tfcp: San <^ Ml "^ '^ "n^J r^ r i rj „ '--' pr nunc JC^ et in < ' «5>- J ho -0-0—0 A^M pag^|o-pte jC2I (312 ra - mor fe g < ) rj - tis # CT—Ono-strae. . — —^— +^ - bus. 3Z I . -Q. 168. a iS: a.-^ — C< '-^ Je i De - 1^ n 1 o - pro ra sus M'^ C«> ?5 ^^ cr- ter - 1 :g=S^ no bis.-^ t^ -* o 22: IW M .Q. P pec ca to - ri- bus. - -iSL Ma jd.) s "C3 A ^ ^^=W — ve. J-. s © ^y A - :§: men.te- 1 1 eta tu mu in ->^- e li —^. ri - - gra ti - _Q- — ——s>— -B- Ni^^ir "It: *• - - na.mi-nus r? 22: te - cum. (First Tune. - ri -B- — © —G & (=^— 1 cj "^-^ W—•* (<^^ di - 4 if y 'rh VL/ ' ne - pie ^- F —s>— ' be a - ^f^- P" **= -g-^^-^sLf :g= et be /^ V5 '^ "-^ - ne di - - 71 r^ P* 11 <— (Tj ctus fru ^^v hri - ctus ven tris eta - r(i^j . Do.^ (TJ 1 a Q ssr^l - ri -e" Ma a.AVE MARIA. . .^ ~" .CL -^. jg-g.

- r:. r:. - - ri s — -rJ gra a. - —g~gH~^i*^ ^ pec 1 ^ ?^> — g=q^ i Q ^J 1221 22: P H tu tris Dus. ri s "^ - ^$^ li - "A #P=g^ g- ^^^r^-^] 1 ra . i A Ma ve. ~r7 - ra pro ho - A rJ ^-f i r^ [ w^ no r^ - bis. ^^ ifcJI „ \ ir>l - 1 ( 313 ) [ 7B-Btnm. ] . ^ •^ ^^f^H : in sus.lis no-strae. g 8 « --> A ^ - men.nus te - 1 ^^ — s be ne - di - -^ eta - mu tu be et - ne - ^P di - ctus fru - g gTTg - i^ s 22: ctus ven ggp -o g f=j eta Ma -^^ San - ^J^ ^ - TT - ri Ma ^"-> ~^''^^ - "^Q De ter Yo): - <^o ca . - rj >^> cum - A« a ^ r-j I mi.-1 'r 'A^f'> ^ I« ^\f 8 r^ ci - r? ?^ 1 '^ Je ^^^^^^^ s a.^ - to '^ - ri- '^ 1 r\ L—^— nunc bus. a - ti WFW . et cJ m o .Th< same for Four Male i 3 'f^ —s— ^ y^ y^ Voices. -g^ -g- 122: h-^i i Do na. - Ir jj! ^- o i.^ mor . . r-j \ - pie ^ ri fr.

J- ^j r i-U J J ve ^^ J pie A rT~or ne a cum. J- ^* =f=f^ r l i Ma J 1' ' J. ^^ r fru W- - ctus 4 ven 4" ^ .. ^i£_ J - J d ^dH-p ^J ' ['. (314) ' ctus ^ ^^p . ti - f^ j - - di 1 I A -) eta. - T^F=^^F^ ^^J r m — —— * MZZZ^ 3 P=rfg* A ^F¥ rr m ^ (Second Tune. f=T J- I Do na - r^ ' J "/ .nus te j- j"~j- J gra q J.M^H r r -J- j ^— =j - ne - di ^ f r - eta tu in J.li s^ 4 -1 ^ - e • ri hJ J r r ' r bus - p I r be : r r et be J. JlJ3J- S -{^ mu . J i a. J J Be ri - ' tu.J I J r . mi . J = - J ve Ma 1 J - ri j-J.j 76. f J r I ' r - ne - i ^ i ^ f-^ r i-^^-j^ rJ di - jlJ- J r .m M.

-iS- 1^ i^=n- (315) I AttrOitittdlo JtUL-b Arcf-aJt!t 7 . J ^ ^^ ^ ^^^^^ ri^ £i=^ nc J J san ^ J. f^± - 1^=^ &- ^m p rr ra. men. . J r r • r r o ^ S i i A bis. - J ^1FJ~|# • r ^ r Je i. - ^21 ra.> J - ra. zz: r^ \ 1 I -A ^3 -231 no pro =^ J- J. J san eta Ma . o "^ M SE J r - pro I - f ^ eta Ma . o - ra pro no I J J J^ J.ri - a.AM^ o a.ri ^ i j . 221 bis. r ?. r f ra bis.-jr:n J3^ ^i ' ' r tris tu r San-cta sus. J 3dpC ' Ma - ri - .

REGINA COELI LAETARE. Alleluia. ia. ! was thine As He promised hath arisen . to bear. Re - gi - na Coe -I .REGINA COELI LAETARE. Alleluia. - ta n I - re Al . 160. - lae li. --r -1^ — '^^^^=4=^ r ft. J j-j- le - V - sti por J J . O Queen He Whom it Plead for of Heaven Alleluia. (-316) C Plain Chant. harmonittd hy ~] Nicholas Gatly. J . I - r^ . I' J- Al re! . Alleluia. us a pitying prayer. ^-— ! - a me - ^^ ru - i J 161.^i lu V . Joy to thee. Quern T^ r-r: ta - I . Qui =1^^ f^ le • liT^ ia.

j ge - men . g - * tt _ 1 er-go. -Wrr r "23" "ZT" in r M r :^ F*—d- —»r no F=1^ Ad i I spes et l'^ J iM- i p^ - *^. m^3ir*-» . - gi - - ter zzn^- rJ ' * J tni j^ 0- mi J J :7^n' I Sil J - se cor - -^ J J ri - di • • ae -^ J ^ =^ l*=i T "C5~ Vi « dul ta. Ad-vo ^ (3^7) ::J «! \J. ce — -1^ - stra sal ve. Ma na. - BS ^^^ ^'"r We te ^ r-j sus - pi - ra - mus. *g ~r -»"| - E-ia le.SALVE REGINA. - I do. <i - ca — - ta no -stra. 162.tes flen et I ' - tes. V V ^ j =p=?? T?" - Re ve.gj hac lacrymarum val ri .

- go Ma/ '-j j n '7^ .r~'-j — g dul -^'^^ r f=f^ r ^ ^ n j^ ^= Ml vir cis H::il1[- ^ ^^^^g ^— I I >>... JtZZJtl ^— ^ [ Plain Chant. 't^^^^^ ^ 5^ . J .j ./ (3>8) - m a ri :22r a.^ 7"" " gr ^s ?:> J* r ^»—at No-bis post hocex-si rl. -^ mens.l ad nos con os J Tn^^^'lrrcrrT^ l»^^^ — P tCL -=-J ?» Et =ir f=f sum. Je * t-^ J: i ^ ^^ J J J -li ne - di - - r r ctum fructum mir^ -um o iJ^J 1 1 sten -de. rcff r^r ^ ven-tris tu - ^^ cle O. - J^J- r^ - ver J .. - te j^.M m g ' J ' tu II -los - J ^ J F J mi OS - se - ri- -> cor-des o cu - J J . - i. hartnonixed by 1 Nicholas Gatty.^^ J ^^airJ^ be J'^=r I ^i pi ^ .

^ :.sus J ^&*^ us £ s - hail life.. Hail to the Queen that reigns above the O then chaste Ad .. af . We ile come. I Sweet Vir gin.ness. .. i w ! 4 S^ o --j \'r g j* . 2. your be .vo . .ter 12»" 1 E r r r va's ex . Md X2= ??^ 't^^=^ Hail sky. Mo-ther of true ciem mansion. ^. - - of A dren sue yoiu- womb In .. J J r rTrans!a/itn c/tht"Sah< RvinaT'^ ituHd ttKl J L J I r ^ I - to ses. as ^= - and our hope this i J ^g i533E£ the . to From HeaVn's bright fleet.. Of Christ's rich pro -mi A.«»— - i£e 1Wfe i - en Hail cy our ex _Q to you. ^ f7"r^ (319) tyUlulm NOU. Are fann'd with sighs up we.iled the blest Off-spring - li 11 r li 1^ chil J ^^ r that are Je . . And make pect. be. r' your Pp sa may wor J-Jl^J^ J - cred thy ears. - God's dear ^ J. which from cries r • ^ r this vale r of Mo-ther pray that U ! J J iA i ^f-V- tears.nign .SALVE REGINA. To ^ i sweet . s fZt r r I and groans.cate on us re 1.

w fXJ J j ma Al -^ ^ ^1 . - m' t r^p^ ^r:r r?^ Re-demp-to-ris Ma-ter. I I ma- Por-ta V. ^ I et Stel nes. 1 Ma la - quae per -vi.a II ^ 1 I ^.ge - qui re cur - at. ^^^frr^r^^t^-YT^n^tr^ ^^ K^j f^ Na ^ V- - tu -*- - ra mi J- J- - ran f^r-w-i - te.'i^'t Sur.li ^^ sue. ^ nu - ist - i. { 320) tu - um sanct r - urn Ge - ni . po - pu - lo : coe quae ge tu .ALMA REDEMPTORIS MATER. 164.cur-re ris. J—J-J-J"=^ • - - ti. ^ ca-den 221 v y i/j'f'^n'i.

and Portal of the sky! Mother of Him Who thee from nothing made. first and last. harm»Hiteti iy T Nicholas Gatty. (321 ) Plain CAant. ! Sinking we strive. and call to thee for aid Oh.V 1 i: ^ >^ ^ -• ^^ sv^ — s>- Vir -0 - go pri y J [J r> '^ 165. ^-:-^ '- ALMA REDEMPTORIS MATER. Pure Virgin. Mother of Christ hear thou thy people's cry. by that joy which Gabriel brought to thee. — -» to ^^^ =F •!- - us ac j pos I . J Y .te 11 - ri - "S* 1 us. look on our misery. Star of the deep.

no ^ - t/ de de - co ^ m^wr^g^ ^ bis Chris -tum ^' :a . mf ^ i-UJ. Vir -go - o sa - ^^ "-1 - '^ Su -per o-mnes spe - ci - o - sa. u - j. 166. harnumiMed by~\ L Nicholas Gatiy. - or- est ta. J . W: u ^:l r Plain Chant. I i^fr sal ve V. rum.Jlilli m^r^ gl o-ri Gau-de. - V y i Sal-ve na Coe I . V V A - ve Re - gi - ^y V - lo raT^dix.j f^ (322) ex o ^ ra. rtr f Ex qua mundo Lux ta. rr ?^ ^^^^^^^^ Va - rTn*Et pro val o le.AVE REGINA COELORUM. . A - - ve por - Do -mi na An -ge - . f I lo — -rum : V .

nous Vir. .*: **- - . J = 80. M.^ jCL '^=F :^ : Root of V r^ ^ «i s Jes-se!Gate of r * P by An IE I ^ ^: €N i p^ •• Beau thee. of Heav'nenthron'd! Hail.ing ji. joy own'd j-^ r'r r V r gels Mistress - Sr i m ^2l r .AVE REGINA COELORUM. born r=?F 11 ' r Mom! Whence the world's true Light was i J. a4-^4- » : M f O Queen Hail. Pkii^ Neri.gin. -^ Fair . 167.est thou where ' to . ^ ^ J £L ^ r tying prayer. £ t^ r GIo . (323) CFouHtUd ufcn an ancUnt German Cathoiic ~l HymK. -^ j J • I - pass. J . '± i w=^ f-f J I s> f r . Priest ~\ L J e/'<*« Oratory o/St. r-i «: f=f" ti - ! • . 4. » |.3±: — i i'7VmM&>/:£«( *y Edviard Caswall. are all . I J Plead for us ^^*i=«: r a I ' pi - ly! - ^ rrfrT-r ^1 ' - ^: > i.^ fair . ful sur J. J- .

r p J ^s bri - - e - lis o - re. 168. 3^ ^ .) ve ma-ris la. - •- P=--P= m^^^ £^ al por li -p^ I il - -0 J Su . &—s^ A - men. ^ ^*=itj r=^ £ r^ in - -O-l ^->' ^=f4^i-rf^^iFY:rr 'j^vncj Fun . #^ M. - P a44: :^± ^J-^- De-i r^ Fe-lix coe - A lud - ve iA \ r'^p^^ e- J o • Ga J g^ J J J 1 pa ^m ^ -J- d.mens Ma-ter f^ ^^a 2. At . ^^ cftpw^ £: stel I.j - ^^: ^ ' ^ ce.que semper Vir go. Mu-tans He -G> * r - vse no - men.AVE MARIS STELLA. i = 60. jl- .da nos ma. ps T a:MB:a i r ^^ (324) Copyright 1898 by Boosey ^t-" & Co. ta. J A gg CFirst Tune.

r. - ^ - i r - ter f fal - ma. per te preces.—''SomMt». J Stcand Tunt-r—" Mtnli Cassino.J [Ahj^I^l JIJ— » ^ ^ . CVtsftr Hymn/iir tkt FeasU (1/ Our Ijmdy. Virgo aingularis. kar- — U monised bf liont DuMstaa [: SMty. Solve vincla reis. Spiritui sancto. J (Second Tunt. Mites fac. Vitam prsesta puram. Ut videntes Jesum. Inter omnes mitis. P. Semper 7. & Co.from Ou Brewimry. Monstra Sumat Qui pro nobis natus Tulit esse tuus. OJJf. p | ! . Sumens Ave illud Gabrielis ore. lix cce - - ^ SI 1^5 ' ^ r r 'r r ' por li r^r A ^ 2.'' mn li'aiiaM Hjr»*' arranged by S.M. I 1. Mala nostra pelle. Summo Christo decus. Amen. i r ' I At-que sem-per Vir - Fe go. 4- te esse Matrem. Profer lumen cascis. Bona cuncta posce. J "1 \ i J titmal I Copyright 1899 by Boosey — Ueladyfrom Mente Casrino. Iter para tutum. Nos culpis solutos. Funda nos in pace. - men. Sit laus Deo Patri.' Iradr. 6. collaetemur. S :^^r. Mutans Hevae nomen.—1 [t-'irst titlady. = 76. et castos. Tribus honor unus. -4- . Ttine. A - * • ve ma stel ris - l N TiiJ^^il rn'Ma De la. tyaJdiiigt—i.

j - Ma-ter i al ma." j Fourth Tune.^ M. ..—Melody from Caifar Hymn for tht Feasts 0/ r Vttper LOxr IjUiy. (Third Tune. /rom "I the Breviary.j. J = 69.men por v^j.J~h I f At-que semper i iTTr^t^ i.^ J -^ r i' De la. r Vir per - ^ A ^^ qFf^ A por H coe - lix T- ^ 1^ ." an /laJiaH~\ ) [ S.) i P - T-Lr r ma ve £2- ^ ^dt ^ Ma r^- ter De J mJ J 1 At ma. al r la. stel - j. ^ ^ I I ^ W^^^fWrrrrWf j^ ^^^ri m S^ M J= 76. (Fourth Tune. ^ W=^ i Vr I - r stel ris - - r sem que - 22Z r it ' £2L m^ ^^ ^ ^^ fe ^ 3=^ ^T"^ r p T^r ^ Fe go.j jjj m^ ^^ 32: I x-j Third Tune. IVaddineton.—" Laxxeri.^: . J ( 326 n Elts'^ " Cantica Sacra. pj - -T3- men.ptll go.jj^j j. iE^^ Fe -lix cce-li i3zr T^t A . P. A I.) S^ A I. i i .j-j. \j. - ve ma-ris Se ^Sr Vir - i=*q fl.

P A - ve ma-ris I. «tel - rj \ stel - De rv _ —TJ De la. De stel-la. m I. Fe-lix cce go. i ma. Fe-lix cce - li por 22=221 tt. 1^^=P f^ r? De- stel-la. r^ ry ^ Atque semper w rj Vir Fe rj - - go.. CJ I Bass. A - ve ma. ^ ^- go. - A - ve ma- ris Ma-ter al i Ma al Q . Sr-A fi per Fe-lixcoe-li rj rj> - dzS lix cce-li - J ta.) 69.M. f> . Z2=l3=r2ZZ2: Atque semper FJ f=> * 22: - Vir jto rJ -^^ 1^ ! t ^^ m per ta.rj - rj go o ^ I. ^^^ J rj r^ i g Atque semper Vir-go.:ct- -tm Atque semper Vir - i w ir ^^ r? fr r^ rJ S - li tg. Tenor Si'< lower. /-T\ ~^ :ct- -^ "er Organ. . i rj la. = rFifth Tune. ^ r? I. - ter ma.i - ma.ris rj A - ve ma- ris ^ Bass. rj Ma-ter al Ma-ter al - ma. i:^" por gz2> -^IM^ :^ =g=^ 32: irni (327) Copyright 1898 by Boosey "cr & Co. J Tenor Sve lower.

Sumat per Sit laus Deo Summo Christo decus.1 L T r Sixth Tune. Iter para tutum. reis. <U Pe. Semper coUsetemur. Patri. dt PearsaU^ [Vtsp<r Hymn for the Feasts o/~\ Our Lady^from tlie Breviary. et castos. Tulit esse tuus. L. Qui pro nobis natus Spiritui sancto. culpis solutos. Ave illud Inter omnes mitis.trsail 0/ niUibrvf^-t.— From a MS. J (328) Copyright 1898 by Boosey & Co . J 0/ lyuisbndge. Nos Solve vincla Vitam 6. Profer lumen caecis. Gabrielis ore. te esse Matrem. te preces. . Monstra praesta Ut videntes Jesum.M. i A ^ Ma . -iSz x± I 4^=± t±^ r I stel *± ®i# ^§3 :*=5t -8= De la. (Sixth Tune. Mites fac. puram. Funda nos in pace. Bona cuncta posce. e/ L R. Mutans Hevae nomen. 6g. rPi/lh Tune. Tribus honor unus.ter 4- 4 zipm ^^ Sumens Virgo singularis. Mala nostra pelle. L.— By R. Amen.

Verses are to be sung alternately by people and choir to the • Tunes Nos. 22: ^ ^ rj - que sem - per la no - stra - cul . At C£e cis.ClT i-^-^ i"=^r r . Sum. as arranged below.lu tos. Voices ^ IN =F*= Unison.tu - Vir go. Sol Vir 3. Pro - cla re gu-la Pa o ~ Ma-ter lu-men ter om-nes i fer ris.pis Spi . le. The (Seventh Tune. i^ i 3^ *^.eta po ca u et - nor I i^- f^ r r ' i Tt T f f f I n^''-t r'r r (329) r ^ r . In tri.ris vin - sin - laus De stel la. 7 and 8. A 1.ri . Nos de cus. bus ho Bo Mi Tri - i por li cun .> J 22: al ma. 5.J- "TT r ^ U— ' f^ r> :^ Fe cce - - lix - na - tes fac. sciiza tempo. - - Sit ve ve go ma . De - is. 7. d -jztr g ^^^i^ ^E •1 i^-i .) Moderate.mo Chiisto - I »^ » i »' W^tf rriT tM Crgan. Ma mi tis. san i i cto. pel so .

4. (Eighth Tune.'ll ^ -^ J. 2."'fM. pu ram. A lud - te pras A Ma ve es-se Ma trem. i A -€>- rj es-se A Ma trem. ve w .) 3 2. tam ge Su 33: - Mon Vi - il te pr£E -&- mens il stra te tam prae - ve - - - - ^ lud esse sta (330) lud ve -yzr A Ma trem. . J.M. ^^ 3 E^ r ^' r-^r ^^—rJ^-J~3 P i ^' 'f"L¥^^ . J=8o. 6. Su - Men - stra Vi - mens te es lud se tam prse sta il Alto. - Tenor. ^ J r i r=T Organ for Verses J I fi 4 and 2. 4 and ^ J. 6. -J- Soprano. 1 I Voice Parts for Verses ^. rJ Su mens Mon stra Vi Bass. J J. J = 4 80. Su mens - Men stra Vi tam - il trem. 6. sta pu ram. sta pu ram. J. pu ram.

- - mur.lis Su-mat per te I . mur. - 22: in - - ^?^ lis ^ Je -(S>- Fun irz: Ga . te 1 J ' \^\ Mu Tu Sem tans - lit - per • * 1 Mu Tu Sem tans He - lit - per es col se -^g 'Vitptr - no se tu te - us.0 ^ - Ise l2e 1^-4^ Tu Sem - -«=^-Jkir——m— - -(^- Mu no vae • 1 - 1 He col « "w-—rt- 1 1 m es ~ ~jf.sum. Fun te pre - ces.¥~7bl Ga-bri - e P==P=9^ -231 - re.tus sum. .ter pa ra pre tu - m vy/T ='r • m 1 1 ' 1 Mu re. Qui o lis Su-mat per te pa .ra I .t^: ^^ men. r Stvtnth Tutu. - tus Je./rtm vae men.bri . J ( 331 ) L ittlodj. [ Eiehtk TuH€—tt*liaK. - tus sum. ^ i_ 1 da - tum.ra I da - vae se • - no - - tu - - men.per LOxr Lady.' %J vi bis tes — w pa na nos. - pa na :^ bis . - nos - no den - pa na in bis tes ce. Ut vi o - re. - - ce. te \m=^ g. f- rj He vae no lit es col se tu us. By mnfcr tke Feasts »/ the \ r-* tans . 1 . turn. tu - —m— . lae te mur.e . Fun -da Qui pro Ut VI sum. us. 1 ! a nr-i 'J fj rj> ^ tans He - lit es - per col - Tu Sem den tus lO ces. - . » e» JT \ men.lis Su-mat per te I . Qui pro tu - turn.e . Ut vi Ga-bri. - pa na nos - no den bis tes Je - ce. mur. Qui pro ra tu - tum.ter pre tu ^ - Ut ^ den - e - ^ Su- - mat per - pa ter - da nos no pre - ces. us. • =^ .tes Je ce.bri in v.—Plain CkatU \ Srniary. 1 . pro no 2± Ga.ter pa . Fun ces. .

:?2= i- Fe fe iix. _ ta.J--J- E^ I i ^ J. to ^^ - <J Q i Ma !^^ ^ 3tZ* r At r- r sem que - 1 ¥ -r 1^ fe - J- J. men. ^J-4AA.-rT^rj -T~r J-M H^ -(^- -€>- 1221 -7T<* r'O por . go. Ma - Fe - lix ^ coe - li ma. A - ve ma ns j -j.^ = M. I I <J -^i-{ A - men. r 4=2^ ma ve - 6>- -TT) - stel ris De la. li - fe ^^ lix M. 3 H\-r^i3 I.) 76.:iL V r^r J ^ lix coe f^ -I— r ^ =1=^ per - Vir ' . Vir n - go. ter J. J i I. (Tenth Tune. d: i • ter zi: i^t i - te ?7- -«: «r Fe lix. A (Ninth Tune. ^ fu T - i^ ^^^ P -^ At.^'^^ ^ g: c? ^ (332) I . rcijW stel - ^ ^T^^gf H De la.que mH »i-H^5UfJ * f J sem - per S 4 J.J: 76.

J — EZtttnth Time. te preces. Mites fac. ^ Ave ^ 33: ^ «: At.i2_ I The same Melody for Four Male Voices. M. Gabrielis ore. Mala nostra pelle. A ma ve - ^ . J Tenth Tune. rJ i^^H^ I.— Sottish Melody. \Sr> ' ' ^^ A-men. Qui pro nobis natus Tulit esse tuus. stel ris Q Q ~gy -g? T iv^^: I ES i §^ fe * 1 \ I . Bona cuncta posce. Sumat per Iter para tutum. Summo Christo decus. Tribus honor unus.que sem-per =y=i De stel -?2 o ^P ^ J- S rj - men.li JJ.—nth cemtury.= 76. -^T^^-^ te esse Matrem. Sit laus Deo Inter omnes mitis. 7reis.) Q Q tt*t ^J 2:2: :?=: -f- A I. ta S I Ij al '.! I ^ ma ve - - Vir -o-5&-Si_sl r^ i \ - Fe - coe por . et castos. ^^ J -J.ris ^^s= I dE I I ^ Sumens illud - Ma i ^ - al ter S ===« Vir Monstra p=t i^ :§: A por Fe-lix coe-li go. - Ma i j::L S f^ At -que semper 1 De la. Funda nos in pace. Spiritui sancto. r Amen Ninth Turn. From an iStk century ~\ En^iish Antiphonary. - lA — — —f^ -<S» go. Ut videntes Jesum. I lix ter ^^M cso tS> <S> I. ^s>-y ' 1 . J m g (Eleventh Tune. 8»« lower. r L C (333) Patri. Nos culpis solutos. Mutans Hevae nomen. Semper collaetemur. "1 hartnonisedbyH R. Solue vincla Virgo singularis. Profer lumen caecis. ~\ . Vitam praesta puram.

{Twelfth Tune. Qui pro nobis natus Tulit esse tuus. el - - ter al is o ^ ^fcJ: r= ^ fei S S I^SZ i fT-p^ f^^-^-"ff^rr 'f a^ At-que sem-per Vir in pa Fun-da nos Fe-lix coe - go. - :r3i I reis. - « p ^j -?2I =8= 22: ta. J . para tutum. Bona cuncta posce. Nos culpis solutos. Inter omnes mitis. Vitam praesta puram. (334) Amen. Sumat Virgo singularis. men. ^^ ^^fi'nrTf^ Solve vincla - ma. Iter Ut Sit laus Deo Summo Christo decus. 6. Tribus honor unus. r Adapted/rem a Sfanuh Hymn. et castos. Profer lumen caecis. 1. no ^ re.M. Mala nostra pelle. por li Mutans Hevae ce. Semper collaetemur. per te preces. Monstra te esse Matrem. Patri. Spiritui sancto. videntes Jesum. 2. A - men.) r FFf-F'^ A - ve Su-mens d ma-ris il - ^b$ r H p *: lud 7 —"^^^r^r"^ stel A De Ga -bri la - Ma- i ve :^ A. Mites fac. cj = 8o.

S -^-^ mW w Fe I - Mu «: -^^ - lix coe li por tans He vae no ta. men. Fun - -«>- sem que da nos - per Vir go. J . De A ve Ga lud - T :sr"p- -! rj 32: Z£21 - i bri - Ma - ter e - lis - -«UsL y^^-r^ i 1— b 2i: ma. — AitcieHt 1 Cathoiic UymH Udadj. A - ve 2. -Q- I i -rj- '±^ M. in pa ce. J i P = 80. De - i lud A ve Ga - bri ss us (335) Ma - e zz: - ter - lis A LThirtteKth Tune.) SE :23t 1. A - 2.^ M. Su - mens ^-r^ 1^ ma - il - 8 a g ris stel la.) -^gr ~C>' 1. 5) (Thirteenth Tune. At re. (Fourteenth Tune. Su - r T r ve ma mens il ris - stel la. W = 80.

Semper collaetemur. Mites fac. Spiritui sancto. culpis solutos. Qui pro nobis natus Tulit esse tuus. et castos.^m S ft al At o Fun :^ - -A Si ^7 'J sem que da - per Vir in pa fri m ^—d— d^ :2± - go. te esse Matrem. Amen. Artiaid S. Vitam praesta puram. Mu tans He vae no men. -t^ S - - rri ~n~Vt ^ Si . ^ qwt Fe lix coe H por ta. Baktr. Prefer lumen caecis. per te preces. Mala nostra pelle. Tribus honor unus. ce. Bona cuncta posce. Inter omnes mitis. . Patri. Nos 6.^^ - nos Ml fHl ** ** iwt 7:?' Solve vincla reis. Iter para tutum. Ut videntes Jesum. (336) Fourteenth Tune. Monstra Sumat Virgo singularis.Ittv. Sit laus Deo Summo Christo decus.

name. Hear our pray'rs thro' thine. Mildest of the mild. For all blessings pray.. A.J^J rest. In the Holy Spirit Be the glory one. Amen. Hail. =& "O" . ^2^-d1. Free from guilt preserve us. our blindness day. M. came. Tak ^SB '^=±1 • O Star of ing that sweet -4 T^ 1 — cean.. ^A Y. 76. Chase all evil from us. Honour to the Son. Show thyself a Mother.AVE MARIS STELLA. - in us. 169. 2. A J. ve - sin -less Vir - ^. May Virgin all excelling. ( 337 ) Ueli fM- I Break the sinner's .. God the Father. :^ ^ God's own Mo-ther Which from Ga -briel "C?- 1 Peace confirm with s A i ^ii: O A 1- ^ Ev-er ^^ 22: xi: t— Make I fetters. the Word Divine Born for us thine Infant. Make our way secure Till we find in Jesus Joy for Praise to evermore. Meek and Keep our undefiled. life all spotless. 22: '^ blest. 4^=?f I I Gate ofheav'nly Changing E-va's gin.

J . M..P Look out spotless J. JVj. Mo-ther and @fpg was The one ! J- J ^' ll M J. J m W^ I. O J J I ^ J. rf^^ i^ M jj i.THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION.) ^ I . II ''J n r come down on m' r i Copyright 1899 by Boosey = 69. = 69. II I ! J J J|^ iJ'' J M..) ' O sweet Star ^ j^ i .' I. ^S S P pur • r r est of ' i J J r r H ^ r . fT hi The one J r 1 h^ I J r Mo ^- rf } - ther sweet ! J J . i I pur -est of creatures! sweet Mother sweet Maid mm ^^ H— ^^ (First Tune. Je - f r f- sus was laid jri-ij. J I . ! Jlli'i. 170. J J r r rr r sus - laid ! we ^ im I ^ Dark night hath ^ for thy shi-ning.J &^^ womb ! i i where-in Je J J J. r us. crea-tures! sweet I ^Ur'r a* ' r womb J t rr^^ where-in I J: J. r r r '^^ J Maid J^=ri i 1 ^' spot -less ' 5 g J ?2: J 3L & Co. J 7~r' (338) g of the Sea (Second Tune.

and He found none but thee. but He. And God found a home where the sinner finds rest His home and His hiding-place.. . : ! The Church doth what God had first taught her to do . TTi I Mo - ther ! we and ^ ^=^=^ r i^ N-N ^3E Look ^ e^Hr U out . Prie$r\ L 1 J ( 339 ) [ •^'"'^ ^""^ ^y 7"- (^rtiss.—" iiary ImmmeuUlt' T »y K. They look to thy shining. sweet Star of the Sea Earth gave Him one lodging .D. I ^ :. sweet Star of the Sea t/tkd Oraiery e/Sl.-JUL $ ^ r=n" Dark night hath i-l ^fc :£:^ v^v I I comedown on us. thy shi ^i^^ ^ for A - ning. sweet Star of the Sea world.L. looked o'er the world to find hearts that were true Through ages He looked. ] .2=i2: Deep night hath come down on this rough-spoken The banners of darkness are boldly unfurled The tempest-tost Church — her eyes are on thee. dear Mother. And He blessed thy clear shining. . 'twas deep in thy breast. PhiJif Stri. sweet Star of the Sea ^--'-.itPtart^l»/H-aiitrHgt.i r First iFnitritk inUiam F»trr.^ J J ^ . V *>. ! Tunt. And He loved thy clear shining. sweet Star of the Sea He He gazed on thy soul it was spotless and fair The empire of sin — it had never been there None ever had owned thee. both were in thee He was won by thy shining. D.

the J . ing. hap day. *M ing. fci is d: rr^r The I.SINE LABE ORIGINALI CONCEPTA. A I B dawn is ^. J. 171.^. loo. day. . m^ ?^ ^#=i«= r - r ens. rT ^ m cloud d: ^ J I I ^> J- j J =i: -o- r a se - cond morn - 2± ed • eve 'ning J=j=M J— r^ # - i Wf^^ T r«rr-r r The praise. I tr^H-M*^—fjg like J I ! J That bright W^t Ma -ry's chief -est of feast .d. "m t pTTT^-rTTT^^N=f=r¥ tr The glo rious - J.\ -J- - A. J = Unisou. 1^rr (ii4 py - \ I zrj] ~i r^T r ts =i- r r (340) of these lat - ter days. M.

O every clime ! O Praise.^. triumph. every clime r Frederick William Fabtr. (340 [ E.- r? » .o # XV *' frr\ f~ ^ 1 - - r^ ^^ m • • J r^ . praise the of ^ ^&1 tion! sal i J- ! ?^¥ High up. J all ! &c. ! triumph in redeeming grace. O Christians O ! Creation .. d'Bvry. m m .^ J- 1 1 m 1 f^ri)"^ S • *— I * P 1 : 1 rj • • .•• VL* * m r m r 1 \-~ m ' • ' ' i— " • --. the realm of Angels ringeth With hymns of triumph to its mortal Queen. Priesf] L «/"/A< Oratory ey St. D. See Mary comes O jubilation ! She comes with love to cheer a guilty race ! ! O ! triumph. praise the O Virgin brighter than 'Mid O all every nation God ! of our salvation the brightest the beauteous throngs that shine above ! Maiden whiter than the whitest Of lily flowers in Eden's sacred grove O every clime ! ! &c. While earth its song of welcome singeth In every shady grove and valley green. "^ . Philip Seri. 1 fA s^ • ^ '^ - tion i J i 5 ' r 1 1 1 1 1 ev clime 'ry - O ! ev na 'ry ! I \. • [}• ^i ' 1 ' 1 1 i ^ —SI— r- i r r r y r r r T God Praise.• d • " • f-j • F-' •^ 1 1 .D.

J r ••' 80. 1 $ r r all this J world of mirth.. J J j — -^-F-^^F 5^^ Light-heart-ed ^r Joy of ! J-J tl^-tl\ p~-i *: ry - jtrt and joy - la - den.dy groves ev for I !* "^"^""^ ' ' ev Song-like breez-es er flow-ing. [Wist ' T- - - ff i ev ev ^ i ?^ i Sil-very wa-ters r*rf r and fruits for J J .. Flow'rs ^=g #njii rf fr-T.ing Slow and broad. J i=i ?SiEi I i Sha .J~:ri - er ring-ing With a low me m H-f'r ftfhiiH t ^^ - lo- dious smg. * We with earth!. - blow-ing.'^i^iy fT r r r J J J ?H=f J i * I I • i ^ i ^ J J . er J J -^ ^^^^ j^ j|j. Greet the morn-ing of thy birth.. i^^^^^^^ ?^=?^^^ ^i^ (342) . T^rr JUti i-f= jyi^ ^j rr r 7-ff-r^:fr In-fant — J I Ma J I —— I I . = M. J / er twin-ing.THE NATIVITY OF OUR LADY. T rr r Summer I.J 1 ... J. S r r ev suns for - Y f r*r r er shin-ing. 172.

D. Light-hearted and joy-laden. Ravished now with gladder heaven Than to Angels hath been given.^ ^^-4- P^'rf Greet the ti^r-r morn-ing r r of i / i thy birth. Little I Maiden Babe of Anna 1 Little ! Maiden I We with transports overladen. PritsTi ' tlu Oratory ofSt. r" Enrichetta' T ij S. H-aHdiiteiM.D. PhiUfStri. We thy birthday greet. J . Spirits full.. J ^ Mary Joy S I (. Lit ^=g=^ ^ ^ > ! tie - F "r:^r-f Maid ^^ - en! r Thou thyself a world of brightness. the dawning Of salvation's happy morning Infant rFrtderieJk IViUiatn Faber. Joy which cannot be outspoken. Flower of more than Angels' whiteness. Grandest worship in creation Is thine infant jubilation Infant Mary : Joy of earth We wth all this world of mirth. Greet the morning of thy birth. P. hearts almost broken. ^ At 343 of earth \ / 1 &c.

Royal and undefiled and whole. :J- 22: :2s: T21 O child of grace Trinity's delight Sweetly renewing man's lost race. r r f Day breaks on g: LADY'S PRESENTATION. rf palms are ^ ^^ I The still. D/t/u Oratory of St. with love as great. In that bright land beyond the grave. O Maiden.J-J-J- '^ Si - f-T^ sa e ^^ g on's fair - cred hill.. J i . If TFrfdfritk William Fahtr. O # f P p r the . ^ temple-roofs and ^^ J J. 4. of far fair-est earth's izz: ^: "r r r>'- flowers.^- ci ty sleeps. most immaculate Make me to choose the better part. Pkitif Neri. Unison. An undivided heart. And give my Lord. J (344) r Frank Barat. Pritsn I. 5. M. Like hers from whom Thy sweet love took The Blood to save my soul. here our hearts grudge aught to Thee. J J The tow'rs: J ^ . how bright wondrous Babe ! ! The Holy How 3. J . ^ ^r J |' J ^ 2. D. We'll worship Thee with souls set free. And give as Mary gave. fair thou art. M^ = 56. J. Would that my heart. J r ^ I. Mounts . - ^3^ ^^e ^.OUR 173. dear Lord ! were true.D.

-y - ^ -N-^ J.?- Is the I I >-tr P =i-= ^i-l @^ ^ I ! -i fc ^ heights. te:*: ^SE 12=5h: i=^ ?=*= * Like a I I r^ se-cret told by iN I -CL' ^S Vs=^ ?2= W^ :?^:I^ An -gels.«. 174..^ N I -C2i . j^ # 3t=*: ^^ -. (First Tune. i W^ -N-N morn-ing Like the dawning of the I. J j^_i. M On the mountain's golden ^ ^ >»- fcq^ X -*-^ J J -J#H«: -J- i S ti *--ff-^ - ta - tion VTfOf Mes - si - as' speed- JZL ^ (345t y birth ^i=^ ! .OUR LADY'S EXPECTATION. J Unison. — aie ^ ^i B*"— t^ A — J i-ri ^ I J^^ t jL .) = 96. :sip: "W Mother's Ex-pec >-^r.. moon-beams On the gloom of cloud-y nights Like the breaking of the I 1 ^^^ J =r=F^ I -Gt--- L I ! £P^ I- -J.. Getting known up-on =ifci^ acip: ?2: J-*^J J * the earth. M.?-.

cret told J. . J.J. .tion Of Mes r - r si . Like the dawn-ing of the morn-ing On the mountain's golden heights. .as' r? speedy birth I > > ^ ' ' — — "T r-~M i (346) ~T 1 ! . . f^^ by r i I the gloom of cloud r r i rr^TTT An-gels. J.. i ^^iE^ se "^ I "5n?" f^ y y a ^ J. . ^^4-^ ^ ^ffi ^ K fs\ I \ J ! I ri i - l. = (Second Tunc.j.M. :p=5= I -y nights.) 96.J.. Getting known up.ll J^h y ^ moonbeams On Like the break-ing of the 4^ ^ezz? ^ i^ ' I r* fszf^ Like a j^jy - . J I. IN: 3da: fe^ =it5 Is the T r f r'r Mother's Ex-pec - r "r-r' ta. J.on J J t^ =g=f J ^ei the w earth.

the growing of thy Burden Was the lightening of thy life. child of DaNnd. blessed Mother And wilt see Him evermore ! ! Oh. rFrtderidt William Faber D. river overflowing Hath the grace within thee been. When Like a thou wast anointed Queen..D.PhUiPScri. 5- Thou hast waited. And thy waiting now is o'er I Thou hast seen Him. it was Heaven.1 L J .. Like the chariot of the Lord.'^ ^^''>. Since the Ave of that midnight. Gifts and graces flowed upon thee In a sweet celestial And strife. And was felt so tenderly. Priesfl L t/^JuO. With blessed Mother the very bliss of Heaven. Since the Angel's salutation In thy raptured ear was given .m 347 \ / Tr-j-ir ^. J / \ t .aoryo/^t. Thou wast lifted in thy spirit By the uncreated Word .Thou wast happy. show them now to me. 4- And the sweet strains of the Psalmist Were a joy beyond control. His Human Face and Features ! They were passing sweet to see Thou beholdest them this moment 1 Mother. Come before its time to thee. It was Heaven. 3- On the mountains of Judea. And the visions of the prophets Burnt like transports in thy soul But the Burden that was growing.

rivers to the boundless sea r L (348) Copyright 1900 by Boosey & Co. Obtain for us. ' r - ther mine ! J. J. ! 3- O Mother.tU Ptartaii qf IVUUhridse. There He can make His resting-place. " Be i ^ may ^ j 'j - ' r u unc tlie j ^ lips r of the I - ' each J of ^) I II . H r f Tff ^ di of tion I Lord!" Oh! o -J- S ^ =F *J r maid I J ff'rt rr T^ 3r2t r Hand the F J r ^ -1 I r r hold - ^ ^ <\ VIRGIN."J r can find One spirit wholly to His Mind Where thought of self doth fill no space. °' 1 " (^ I s sf r word. That J.J.J.THE EXPECTATION OF THE BLESSED vT^nv'i I. that p r He I . J turn to God unceasingly. T J . praised be God. from fell ^ i [' (' ' J m f f rn^r Oh ! r^r ' Mo me. K. !(' f I ^e-^ ^ ( iP2=S= r~r deep with those pure . L. blest example bright Our feeble powers surpassing quite Thee for our model we would take.1 Sink thine. ^^C J~J ^ ^^ . this. sweet Mother. To As r Lady Catktritu Pttrx. By thy pure spirit's inward bliss. But small and weak the step we make.

-tr ^^ her arms she brings in J. (^. world's true Light draws nigh.THE PURIFICATION. In rapture lost and love.r the ^ y^iff- I Christ. Prion o/tkt Oratory ^St. 5 i 3 J .^ i The I rp ^ ^^ r ^ S *?: ii J J^J.lent -ly All ^J JjJ j -v^ kings. J-. And o'er the Mother broods The Everlasting Dove And Anna The I O Infant feeds her soul With food of prophecy the shadows pass. 176. JD. Italian. Phiit/ NtrL J (349) ^Melody.D. J. r"^' r i r all ^' pl:. J = I. the King of =^ in -^ ^ ^ while her heart the si. 88. t6th catiurj.J ==?^ world. "j . S f^ Saint Joseph follows near. J i J. ^=^E J^ The Light of And J J^J J gr Ur'r ES: And ! ±5 i S 'rr- Joy ! Joy the Mother comes. There in the temple court Old Simeon's heart beats high. ! CFnderick ti'miam Faber. But see God! O ! Christ! O Light most beautiful Thou comest Joy of Joys All darkness to annul And brightest lights of earth Beside Thy Light are dull.. she J | 1^ rr sings. r ^ »^rrr i: ^3E r. ^mrr-i^r^rM. While Angels round about In glowing circles move.

- men.J.Q.^-^J^ ^^ M. benedicta Mater Unigeniti 1 Quis non posset Christi ilia Dolentem cum r ^ a rO ) contristari. tristis et afflicta 6. O quam -Q_ ^ X2: . - do ter - - A. ^i: Stabat Mater dolorosa.-<S» rj rj ?5 Ji'^^ #0 r^i^ ^-'o ter - -0 h ^ ^ Zj (ri\'*\ = pen cem - ^ -^ P i cru ta - >^ cem la ^j «ri 1 - cri . ± J -sHHir^ S. _ 2?: (Second Tune. M. — ^~. fleret. Cujus animam gementem Contristatam et dolentem Fuit 32: 4. Matrem contemplari Filio ? First Tune. J. «r> r^ (5^- r P> 1 ta cru- J ^ - _ — 1^ •*r>^ \ .STAB AT MATER DOLOROSA. de -tS^- ^ ^-— ''-. ~\ \ .) ^ t ^ Sta I. J —9 /. dum videbat Nati poenas inclj^i. ry X:/ n» •» -C2. '^ -''<=? Jf Fi bat - - ^ -^- -QL J ^ li -Ql. - . r p i^ bat Ma (Pint Tune. li -0 I J. Sta - ^ bat Ma ^ . 1 ^ d: 22: ^ zs±: tcz: sa. Juxta crucem lacrimosa. 177. Dum pen - de bat - Fi - —<9-s- ::g: A men. .sa . r ^'^""^ Tunt. qui non et dolebat Pia Mater. - A us.) 76. Matrem Christi si videret In tanto supplicio ? Pertransivit gladius. 1 . Quae moerebat 5. -d. - :?2: g: 1__ . s— "-^ r lo - \— iTJ- ro Jux . do ^ . -A (2)#4 :^ ^ sa Jux f lo ro - ^4 - 4 -^ £^ -oL- 1^ it 3 :^ T^Tt r i la- cri mo - - Dum sa. J = 63. Quis est homo.Q. ty Gi0 Maria Xaniuo.^ ^1 «_bKri^ r-» - L_^ 1 1 . Traditional. Dum pendebat Filius.Q.^j >^ ^-^ I.

Mater. Amen. 14. in tormentis suum dulcem Natum Moriendo desolatum. Per te. f. complaceam. sim defensus In die judicii. 20. istud agas. ut ardeat cor 13- meum 17. Christe. Da per Matrem me venire Ad palmam victoriae. fons amoris. Me Fac.) in Unison.J^ . ut animae donetur Paradisi gloria. J. sentire vim doloris Ut - me tibi sociare In planctu desidero. ^ ^ 3CT •f'} Copyright 1900 by Boosey Hymn MtJnlyri adapted ty S. Quando corpus morietur. emisit spiritum. vixero.. 43^ Sta-bat I. pati. In A men I Vidit Dum J' Is^ Pertrans-i Pro peccatis suae gentig Et men-tem. Fac me tecum plangere. .i 3t^ 1 do la - mam ge i . Donee ego Juxta crucem tecum state Et cruore sibi Tam a ^kJ Et subditum. .j^i . Eia.L & Co. cru- ta - m -jr^*" Jll i^zh sa - 4S. Crucifixo condolere. Crucifixi fige plagas Cordi meo valide. ^# Mater do - lo • ro ^ se mm ft ^ ^^ D um p en - de - Fi bat -JJl - m- j-^hj=tei - Jux li - -I - tri- sta-tam Cu jus a . Haddingttti. =t^ ^p^ Jesum - ^ ai-^4^rjj^A. ut portem Christi mortem Passionis fac consortem Et plagas recolere.—Italiatt N / . J TTkird Tune.1^ ^ - lentem flagellis gla -di . Flammis ne urar succensus.J^ J- . Fac.ni - . 18. f et — ix ^i^4iiU> ^^^-^^#tfl^ Con cem Choir us. ig. Tui Nati vulnerati. dignati pro me Virgo virginum praeclara. pj^j fc^» ^ SR^«^ Vidit cri-mo-sa. /« = People 88.N 15. 2. Virgo. ut tecum lugeam.M. Fac. (Third Tuuf. Poenas mecum divide. Fac me plagis vulnerari. amando Christum Deum. Fac me tecum pie flere. Mihi jam non sis amara.us. Fac. - 1 Harmony. cum sit hinc exire. 16. Fac me cruce inebriari Filii. Sancta Mater.

< 1— I I :?=: -s>- ^21 mo en la I te -«s>-. J- cru - f ^1 cem la .J. J.) 54. A . - ^^F^^f^ I I. ^^ =p: .) :z2: T Ma :^e2: 1f= I bat - pen j_J. - . ^^ I Dum pen - de bat @r^ 22: ?2: I r 5F= (352) ^ men. - M: -<9- Tune. ^ I. -si J- . J. I gtt Jux-ta sa. J Sta 72.M.J- J- ^ :?2- = ^ M. - I S:=2H ^ US. -<s>- ~frr li - S-B men. . Fi I ^ . ro - ^ -^ ^^ 3 III i I i Ma Sta-bat izz^ir: * T2L * do io -^^Tj _ci. ^ (Fourth Tune. cri ^ _Q_ ('/'//. ?F=F atzS: I - do-lo ter J- J. :?z: S: -e^ i - 221 :i ~g?: '-o- ^ o VS21 =p: ' 1=^ 1 Jux - cem cru ta i i y o sa.« de - ^ -J- bat Fi -£2. mo Dum sa.ir - -r±- Q - .

In amando Christum Deum. [_ Amen. Faurth Tune. sibi complaceam. Tarn dignati pro me Pertransivit gladius. 8. ut tecum lugeam. istud agas* Juxta crucem lacrimosa. divide. Fac me cruce inebriari Et cruore Filii. Poenas mecum 13- 3- O quam tristis et afflicta Fac me tecum Fuit benedicta Crucifixo condolere. Me sentire vim pie flere. 12. J . 17- 7- Pro peccatis suae gentis Vidit Et Jesum flagellis in tormentis subditum. 6. ut animae donetur Ut Paradisi gloria. Moriendo desolatum. te. Dum pendebat Filius. Fac. 14. 18. Virgo. Da per Matrem me venire Ad palmam victoriae. ut portem Christi mortem Passionis fac consortem Et plagas recolere. 5- Christi si In tanto supplicio fleret. Mater. Sancta Mater. fons amoris. sim defensus 9- 19. Vidit vixero. dum Nati poenas et dolebat videbat Juxta crucem tecum stare Et me libi sociare 15. Fac.—Italian. qui non Matrem suum dulcem Natum Flammis ne urar succensus. cum sit hinc exire. lO. 2. Quis non posset contristari. ut ardeat cor meum Quando corpus morietur. videret ? Virgo virginum praeclara. In planctu desidero. Christe.Stabat Mater dolorosa. Per Dum In die judicii. Eia. Mihi jam non sis amara. inclj'ti. doloris Fac. Christi Matrem contemplari Dolentem cum Filio ? Fac. Cujus aniraam gementem Contristatam et dolentem Tui Nati vulnerati. Fac me tecum plangere. Crucifix! fige plagas Cordi meo valide. ilia Donee ego Mater Unigeniti Pia Mater. Fac me plagis vulnerari. emisit spiritum. 16. 4- Quae moerebat pati. Quis est homo.

Ig::- ^fcz^ ^^^ |SE =t= lo |¥g|jy-^H4^d=^^ p^EES de - =g^ -^ W-^^^ P S S S S IE3I bat - cry- (Seventh Tune.^te bat Fi .— M. i A J^ 22 (354) ^ . -^ :??: :g: mo sa. Sve lower.. ZZ2 l4 . -Q.) Sta Jux - Y±^=^ S rj la ^ 2X p uj" r I. J =60.-d- Ma A li ^h F^ do ter - -^ men. J For Male Voices. M. (Sixth Tune. 76. - J. I ro m ^b1r^ : - =^=^ p^-fta-H mo SP -sTt- N Dum.0. * . ^m Sta-bat X2L Ma- ter do rj f^ rJ r> :^ Dum . H ta ^ -o- Cru - cam la cry - -<SJ- m ^t - -*^ tA. pen lo - - rj sa Jux rJ —n - ri ^ ta Cru-cem de - r> Fi bat - .) ^ ^ $ S ^^ 32: I. pen J2.j ^ -J -«- -:g: -g. li - us.sa.

A ^ il8 men.The same for Male M. g i f^JI ^ I rj ri CJ fJl ^ pen - ^^ I. ll ^^ ^^ ^mi H I li ! - us.b> /V.^.:>.—By Ciacaiuii (355) [ £<r>ii* Ttme. | '. _' = 6o. Sve lower.) M. - : I ^^ II T-T^ r-r CuL Maria Xamini. Ma bat ^^ la Fi 221 < cry - mo - ter 1 S ji J J do - Jux sa ro lo 1 - sa. Sve lotver. -JC^ '^^^\^ . - Cru . J . J S rst d ^J|^r. r r 5«Kn/A Tune. i . - |=gZ ^5?=} 22: For Male Voices. ? S A li p • men. P=^=F=F= Sta S - <v i^ -rf - sa. bat = 66.—By Oatdalini.bJ|te ^1=f ^ y=^ s g:> n \ ^f=^ Dum ^s^^ cem - ^ :^ :?2: ^^=^ 1 Cm ta i ^^ n^ ^j^ Jux - Voices.:. 22: ^ ^ - J ^ Fi bat ! p. - .cem ta - w=v ! Dmn pen -de I 1 I r ^^sloH^^ S mo - "25" ! 9~-f cry la im de (Eighth Tune.: .

- vri' I i ter do J. Jux I I f sa r-^ ' ^^^ - - I'M ™ ^ '' I I I - fhv len - Per tern.J. --=^ s ^ 356) A -cr - men. ^ = (Ninth Tuue. (^ lo - ro - J la "T I - WJ cry mo - J sa. tri - A 1 w- do - J- - <^ c sta - tarn 1 . m . y I. - tran si - ' ' r^l l l' 'l l - vit gla - di - us./ 52. Cru ta - ? H^ ' <^J \f-^='H]r— 2. J- F^S^ 1- Cu J. j'-J J. -1 N^ 1 rr^ cem 1 <'^ U^=^4^=i^=f^ P - I J Fi bat r 1 mam - . J.M.. m Sta - Ma bat J. . '^^r -«- fy Dum pen 1 - a jus - Jl r- r de ni - • et p-|^4ff r^ H us. J- Cc): J. - li I I rJ ^^ T -^ r^ ^t rj ge men - Con tern.

- In planctu desidero. istud agas. Quis est homo. Eia Mater fons amoris.li - us. Cujus animam gementem Contristatam et dolentem 12. Et cruore suum dulcem Natum Moriendo desolatum. Dum pendebat Filius. Fac ut ardeat cor meum In amando Christum Dcom. Christe. Ut sibi complaceam. gj :7z: ^ Jt vulnerati. Quando corpus sentire morietur. Donee ego et dolebat Matrem Et us. . Poenas mecum divide. Mihi jam non sis amara. cum sit hinc exire. U t-^ O quam . 16. ut animae donetur Paiadisi gloria. Per te. rNiMti Tunt. Fac me cruce inebriari Filii. Quis non posset contristari. sim defensus In die judicii. in tormentis subditum. Jesum h - r Tam benedicta Mater Unigenitil Vidit Fi r Crucifixi fige plagas me valide. tristis et afiflicta 13- 14.—By HiUer. = (Tenth Tune. - Crucifixo condolere.—Hymn MeUdy^r-] (357) L r Frana SthubtrU Ttnth Tunt. ut tecum lugeam. Amen. ut portem Christi mortem Passionis fac consortem Et plagas recolere. 63. Fac me plagis vulnerari. - Cordi Pertransivit gladius. dum videbat Nati poenas inclyti. Juxta Crucem lacrj-mosa. Fac. J I. - t J •J- J I do-lo Sta-bat Ma-ter ^Btr 0- -4 111 =PP| - i^tizst JJ I i <=^±i r. Dolentem cum r f= Stabat Mater dolorosa. qui non Vidit -*- dignati pro me patt. 11. 20. 19.^ '^ Dum pen-de-bat a Fuit Cru-cem la-cry Jux-ta ro-sa. Me men. Pia Mater.1 "! . flsret. vixero. Fac me tecum plangere. emisit spiritum. Fac me tecum pie flere. ? Pro peccatis suae gentis 17.r^ 31^ g'ij"rfH"'r'f^ Dum pen-de .^ M. Christi Matrem contemplari Dum Tui Nati Et Christi si videret In tanto supplicio ? flagellis A Sancta Mater. Fac. Flammis ne urar succensus. Quae moerebat * ^ J. ilia Filio Tirir mo-sa. Da per Matrem me venire Ad palmam victoriae.bat ^ Fi . iS vim doloris Fac. Virgo. Juxta crucem tecum stare me tibi sociare Virgo virginum praeclara.

Tu ^S - - - i j lo - ge is tud - ti vul j J ne - - sa ro - men - - mam ter. i^ im r r 1. Dum pen len - tem.(Eteventh Tune. - • bi 1 J ^^Vy ! =P -J. 4=-f(358) ^-^ t -i-. -4— 1 =f= . #F^--h -ft— *^ 1 1 quam tris Quae moe -re 13. Cru Tarn ti. - de. Per tran Cor Poe ge pla - gas me pa - ti. Pi - a Ma Cru Et ci fix me ti e fle - re. me me - - di - - nas I de - o va curn di J J J r ^ ^ - ^ —#-—=--= J j J \ - ^ Ste 4. J ^— ¥=^ 1 - - # —I m— r r ta Fu - it ii bat. San 12. et do cum cem pi te - flic le - - li vi - de. ^^ i i do ter - a - ra - Jux - tern. Fac 14. Con - gas. r -r tis et af bat. Cu - jus an - eta Ma - i Na - It.. cum sta - re. Jux - me te ta cru 1 - - - - - bat Fi - li - us. r - r 1 r - la - ter. si - vit gla - di - us.) ^m tWTt Slowly and solemnly.J. Sta - bat Ma - 2.. Cru - ci - i=i IS 3- ta tris . - cem ta - tarn - fix - i di - gna - ti -•- te -•- -d- i la - cri et do - fi pro - - mo - sa.

pi i cum F - i cum phm re . vir ^^M^ —-f— ^ . • • -*- ri jam - . n r1_J J • n* ^* T 1 J • ! 11 II '1 II P . . le - re.trem - Pas P\-=r= 1 .^ ^ 7 >' \^u - por. Quis non 15- Vir i6. Fac ho est - 1 1 1 - pos mo.cc) JJ « W • (• ~ I 1 m I i r \ I - - - ci - li - o? o? ge - re. 1 \ m I 1 si vi • ? 1 ! con - tem sis a £ac con r^' ' m m 1 -ri^. ti — -1 ' 1 \ #^ ri. Et pla J 8 r J 2 \ \ ! 1 1 \ i i o non - nis (359) ^ m r sup to - tem - gas te <3 1 1 - ' .rt iW'i V Vt ^"-^rrvy ^^ I' 1 p \ \im ^1 1 r - - pla - - Do 1 tan - len - ra: Fac me sor - tem. ^i m ^ Ma Chris mor tem. Do - ci - a • re In - - - ter U - ni ti poe - nas in nee e - go vi plan de ctu - J— ^^ ^s —»— i~ -r— 5- Quis 6.ti ti Ma . H 7 * •'. .ret. ma 1 hi - 1 ' ret m m - i 1 1 de - Mi 1 m ' n« - • J 1 trem Chris.J H* ^m m ^ prae -cla - ra.tern Chris- J- n J sta nt ^__j —m i fie. ^ » 9 In m m si . qui set con - num - g> X -^— ^^-ii . tri - go _L r l(t> non J- ^ 1 I F#ir*^ 1 ge - - ' m f .s'^ rT be - dum con so J J j J I ne - di - eta Ma vi - de - bat Na - do - le - re. • 1 J.-.

—Fron. Per te. 1 rr r r f r / 1/ Fac.f- E 9. - ri ae.re vim do . Et tum Dum ri.lo . "| J . - ^^ J I A men. ia ut ig. - Fac 10. 8.man-do Christum De-um. J (360) ^3" T?f ^1 am. Et e cru sus In di - - fla - - f. - tum. ci - i. 20.ni .^ T-r-i -IdpL Pro Vi 7. cru Vir ce in go. ^ - i*: 5e i" i A^ ^ J J r~r r in de e tor - so - bri - sim de m^ men - - la - a - fen - tis. am.ris In a. tum. ut Ut si Ad pal ra Pa ^S m T - sub sit o T y- lis - - -^-^ ^ s i - mi - rx -J- gel - Jp-^ - - te bi cum com - mam di -J- - i i vie si lu - - pla - to - glo - ge ce /.re Fac ut an . wf r r 1 1 m r -p Me sen .ti .o cor me um hinc ex J r r fons cor-pus r@4fe=g=g J -" J J f 1 j J . - sue ar - ^j-j- J. 18.ter - de cum sit ar J at - « - r ns mo ri - J - - re. i e j -^ di - - ri - e Fi re - ju * r di - li - i. Fac me cen - sus. Da per Ma-trem me ve . J ^^ r Elrutnth U Tune.im .sum dit - Na - tum Mo ri en do ra - ri. Chris. pec um pla gis ne ur dit - su dul vul tis - ae - cem gen ne - - - I Vi tis Je. Quan-do j J f Ma. t.ae do-ne-tur - - - spi ^ am . - tur. ri - a. an eid French Office Boet.: J. ^S ^ hhh r -^H ca su - Fac me Flam-mis 17.te.

i^! K ^^ pen de - iS: - bat Fi - US. (Twelfth Tune. in J I. ^ = 63. K — F^ — ^ r^ -fH- j Rtht'num. I I GL -Ci do h=^4—1^W-U 1 i len-tem. in Unison. ^ Ma-ter H ^ -G>- H^' -<s(- do 22: lo ro - M -& -^ -(sl '-*"' ^=s- - Jux te «:. li :g: p ]r> fc Choir i -iy- — Harmonv. I -o- J221 -^>- 3:i: 3zat r^ :g: izz: I 2. - =^H men. Cu - an jus - i mam - sQg^P' 1^=^ 1/ p^ ' '' i-l' ^t>^ tris - ta tam - Hn. - ^<lgp J JH»^^r^ men - J J pFh^p^^F^=t ^°v et ge J -J ^^_ I : \=^=P=i -i ' i -^—h- (361) 1 1 - di - A us.) Sta-bat I.- Cru . - Per - tran 1 - si - gla vit 1 1 1 — «9 ^^ - ' ' 1 '?-3' Con tern. J .People M.ta T^ci- *d: g2Z> la - cri Dum sa.

Saw Him hang Till His Be Spirit forth He to me. While ! . that dying 17- Wounded with His every Wound. She beheld her tender Child All with bloody scourges rent For the sins of His own nation. Make my heart with thine accord Christ. By Christ above in torment hangs . the Cross with thee to stay There with thee Is all I to weep and pray ask of thee to give. Who for me in torments died. nigh. how sad and sore Let me share with thee His pain. Be Thy Cross my victory fount of love Touch my spirit from above. Lest in fiames I burn and die. my heart each wound renew Of my Saviour crucified Through her heart. Mourning Him who mourn'd One All the days that I may for me live 14. Holy Mother At the Cross her station keeping. Stood the mournful Mother weeping. body bear the death Son of thine. Now 13- Was distress'd highly blest that Mother sole-begotten Of the me mingle tears with thee. defiled. at length the sword had pass'd. O thou Mother when Thou shalt call me hence. In that Mother's pain untold Let me. Make me feel as Thou hast felt Make my soul to glow and melt With the love of Christ my Lord. Can the human heart refrain From partaking in her pain. His sorrow sharing. In His awful Judgment-day. Steep my soul till it hath swoon'd In His very Blood away Bruised. She beneath beholds the pangs Of her dying glorious Son. O Virgin. derided. 6. to my In Of ? my latest breath. Be Thy Mother my defence. 19. 15- Is there one who would not weep Virgin of Listen to Whelm'd in miseries so deep Christ's dear Mother to behold me Let ? all virgins blest my fond request share thy grief divine . Safe in Paradise with Thee. Thy goodness praise. Amen. cursed. In Close to Jesus to the last pierce ! me through . All His bitter anguish bearing. sent. in desolation. Who for all my sins was slain. my body here May my soul decays. ( 362 ) . 16. 178. Let Oh.STABAT MATER DOLOROSA.

ye 1^ ^S ^is: ^ An -gel Bands. Sing. - ry light. Like I J -4: * A fairer flower ~ I . aye her predestined throne ( \ iR't j"j ! \ ) \^ E. ^ ^ fei: P Ma - ry. rnvrj. See! see! the Eternal Hands Put on her radiant crown. i M M. Hi -J -^= ±21 =P2: And than she shall I lose thee then.THE ASSUMPTION. 179. And the sweet Majesty Of Mercy sitteth For ever and On William Faber. s~' your Queen. upon thy throne. D. ^ :^23 -"-=r I. as jSl - cends.. Lose my sweet right to thee Ah no the Angels' Queen Man's Mother still will be And thou. izzzz: icz: i^ T For high ^3 ^^^ ''ill - er still and high - r r -f fields of star m P . ! Your Heavens have never seen wonder half so bright As your ascending Queen ! — ? . J — g6. Unison. save the Throne of God. Philif S'eri.n.- . N ^ :^=3: beau-ti-ful and bright: All I J. . J . And. Wilt keep thy love for me. sing. On earth hath never been . A •" -!&•—. Priesr\ C Frederick o/ihe Oratory of St. \ for down. m I j~r the sweet moon at night. i Thro' er.

^ :^ ^ J iJ^J 23t I I Hail.4K--P— 4—-M-—r^ A ^ -i ] 1 C-L_ -h^— -ti }= ' ^ w^ ^ *^ O La Stand-ing next - dy. r Edivard Casivall. g —^ —p^ -S. Queen. m M. j L ' lay at thy feet.gels the the p r cu - iTz: 1 I ^^ P :?2: r Heav'nsI Hail.J = 92. 180. Cr^. the a In g ' man help of ves . Queen of the Mo ther most - fe ^ ^ ?2: r ' -^ pure Hail. Virgin of virgins I O I O Mary most sweet Be thou my true guide Through this pilgrimage here. Priest of the "I Oratory 0/ ^t. An .gin Hail. Hail. to make speed To the ^3^ O Mother of Mercy f-* ^ King. 1. stand by my side When my death draweth near. 2. J .ture - of kind gold I zz: These praises and prayers I O Star of the wave I O Hope of the guilty O Light of the grave ! Through thee may we come To the Haven of rest And see Heaven's King In the courts of the Blest. In In r beau glo - en un ty ry shrin'd - told. And (364) r " Hanover" by Dr.Seri. iliilip . -^ most pure. the stars r Of As r im a - ma J — Q t \- II 1 — —d Clear Star of A bove all ff^IlL* h^V £ - P hP 1 1 1 1- i 1 ^ ^7^*nf^tf ip^ -M.ing. with Mis - tress of earth Vir - gin re nown'd ?3: -5. ! r Hail.QUEEN OF THE HEAVENS! HAIL. Vir .i J —' 1- * - di late birth dem crown'd! J- J- 1^2: f" —^ _J 1 ^Ea h- ^^ — rj- U 1 r 1 Morn .

= M. bis - * * * r > - like ta mo re dew ev en. God's own Bride ! - ho bis * De To -nos. ^ f :zf 3^ i Sal vo tu down to - Came t=3 ^s - lit us pu from I :?2: do - Hea - re.) ^ :^ I. own Bride - Earth's blameless Pride ! ! um - ^ ' ' I 1 ro In re - g. J 69.) I j^r!: J|. God's ^ Or a Acs. t' thy pure longing ii «s* aii De To ho-nos. (Second Tune. Ma ^ i -i»-t^ - ri - a Or flos.M. Hail.MARIA 182.iv u - ^ The en. (First Tune. - ven. Ma Ma a: a! S M. J = ^ 6g. I. r 1 i 3^ *n^ TT J. I. 8ve lower. Earth's blameless Pride I S r4- TT um su-per N S^4A^-?^ K ITTT V 365 r ^M Jl4^l ) - no thy pure longing ^j^ .| 4^! 4 • | II I ! Iv: 1 i I : ^E |4 | I I ! 1 I ' 1 Ma I.i. For Four Male Voices. - L 1 sU-perrno ±: I si - Word. 181. - ri Hail.

J 1 sick souls ne'er defy thee. Orcique crux Fructum pudici ventiis. J. J . Spes omnis una gentis Praebe quietem mentis. en. « ^ £ # ^ 22 f-f-f-t Sal 2fc: ^ Ma Ma a! _£^ ^ Maria spes. j-^ ^1=^ r^T"^ i - Came vo tu lit pu do re.^^ i=22: i r r giv r >• ^-r In - u si - The Word. 1 1 (366) Copyright *yy% by Booiey r An<Urnach. traniia:ttr\ hy Rev. Maria! Morning Star That beamest far of Day's uprising hope The Hail. down to us from Hea ven. Maria Maria lux. & Ca l(aS. OConnor. ta - - dew like to mo re at ev en. The pow'rs Past all of Hell surprising our poor surmising. O mira res. Maria O Peace I O Light ! The hordes of Night With shattered forces fly thee May Nor sinners e'er deny thee Maria [Otd LntiH Hymn. Virgo Deum puellum Infantulum tenellum Gestavit integellum.

— 1 'r Harmony. all (367) hail nr=f= I all :p^ hail I God's ..THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY. -rt- O TZ sin - less Heart. J=ii6. m w Organ.. hail J- J ""F — J g_^ *- -s* iEE 1/ « |{^ > ^ fl 1-^ !. VOICBS m IN Unison. hail 1 rf^ " '! 1 — 7^ n "^ /" 1 ' ^-j lies r-r 1 ^_> the in r r> —P in Thron'd thy Heart. Mo-ther I. ^ God! we of ^ :?2= :? tr ¥ • 1 1 its charm — — -^-^ ^—?—^ -^ ' . 183. ft-f-^H The whole ere a - - tion ' J* I 'frig 1 1 -* — . ^^^ M.

light. O sinless Heart. &c. Mother of God from out thy Heart Our Saviour fashioned His ! ! The fountains of the Precious Blood Rose in thy depths of bliss. &c.. &c. I de dear hail . J CAdaftatioH by S. That in the vastness of its love There might be room for me. 6. O home. If Jesus takes not O [FruUrUk WUliam Faber. S rf= ter Our r^frj ^^^ r ^ r ^^ thee. Mother of God thy Heart hath heights On which God loves to dwell He And ! ! taught it hov/ to burn with love For sinners gone O Is astray. Ifaddinettm /rvm a Bohemian Hymn Tune. sinless Heart. J. sinle8s..D. Prtesll r/ii/if Neri. ^ I w all hail -J. P. ( 368 ) . J "I D. &c. ipz: fc I nal ter ly. -i-J S ^fe -J- ^ r Mother of God He broke thy Heart That it might wider be. O sinless Heart.- i i home deep m ! li J E na\ ^ J- - ^ i - our J-J nal ter - e ly. <ltth* Oratory <tf St.&c. yet the lowliest child of earth welcome there as well.Heart. sinless Heart. Mother of God when near thy Heart The unborn Saviour lay. in hail all I is r !. Mother of God who owns thy Heart Who owns that love of thine ? ! ? back His gifts His Mother's Heart^is mine.I 1 .

^^ y y y ^ 1^ I ^ V f \ "£/ T Ah. La-dy of high Hea -ven! They blaspheme Thy mer I. 184.-f- J_ {2=4: — /^/^ I ?^ J«N . To BE SUNG UNACCOMPANIED.teem ^ 1/ aim!.trf : -I. ^^ S^ i 1 — ^ " ^^ ^''^^g^ fe-r He I f Tx: call-eth thee "all N J . » S J J:-! S ?S g | i >^ *# :^ I ! t-i-Z t fair -i- i^-Tl Thrice happy earth o ' ^7 • Thrice hap-py earth that gave thee birth p p rl b / -^ i 1^^ J!M^ /• all-sav-ing H5 «/ i Thy Son's Who doth in-suf. nor m i^ well es.WTio know not m ""^^l^^^^rt God nor man.BLESSED AMONG WOMEN. >-i^ i 9 t (369) r .fer - a - m ^ Sj I bly search And find the Hea.vans bare. - M ' cy's sov-'reign ^^4- l J>L_L y-^ i W :J5l=Js=Js m d t=FFF^ claim.

Sw^^fe^ leave our waywardness to sing Thee love . And 3. Thine w. w we.J.sta-sy or sor. 7. more blest the .J^S=f^ ^n(.by fin . part: ^a ^ feJ=^^ f—#- twin'd.^^J^-i'. -f-f E TT (370) J::t: I t'- [ J?. And all ^ J T r r m f=f s± spe-cial nest That held His laws en. on Uf^ r r diant hair His ba . y that J" J F=S St r=E=*=«= 1 JS. O'Connor.mf 4—t^ P y 4 7t i 2. despair finds so-lace there Where Love came torn and dead. r PP ^ ^ J J J J J . Lj— —-y— hr t? -J' \ true.ly thro' and ec .shrin'd. d-Fvry. 2 . — At last we in full heart.ner cell Of at the key is f^^ _ _ -«s>- m^r^--^^^iJ=i 4 J- ^ just things ev - 'ry and hu - in man tn-J. For variance with our King In opes the in .J" -J.J. so oft . But far fed.row fell Thou bear'st us part for N ft N ^ ^ ifcti: -t!-!^ ^^ / >«/ the ra up - _ 4.gers that Breast Where Life came down and ^ 1 Ot— ^ — p_ Yea! blest and fair Joy finds its rest r f J-^ cr?-c - ^ ^: i^^^ ^: jTh-j f liOit ^^ Yea! blest and fair Joy finds its rest through.

2 f^ ^ » ' «- al it Tr r That ev r r be. D. Sy. "J . Yet now it great seems we knew thee not feast-day we begin To know thee in a truer way. The more we think of thee. That thou shouldst thus imfold Fresh glories every feast that comes.* And Shall make :*22?5>^ c^ Stt g thee — <3^^" ^r^^ grow more dear i^ thou really I pas-sing year ^ art .FOR OUR LADY'S MINOR FEASTS. Each O Mother 1 thou art like the life blessed lead above. Unchangeable. ji^y r r r - 1 r^ r "Tf" S tt S ^ <^- <^^ ^--s Y g ^ 3C^ ?<si- ? H± -&-' infinite. Stani/ortk.-1 g -^ c=» r ^ : 1 i make thee seem more beauti H: $-^ '\\ T . And truer love to win. J I >):. Dear Mother. tFrtJerici IfiUtam h'abtr. to ! This is thy gift —oh give To make God better it us known ! : Ah. how full of God. . must thou be For still the more we know of God. dt = 76. O r r <j 4 -> i ^ ac=z2zzi2: Shall jta^ — c^y ^-T r ^ t -ways Q Q .c^ I. The 6. How close God. make Him in our hearts More grand and more alone. J m=t: -gj- =g= r -.fill -'ry c. 185. Mother. yet growing still In glory and in love.y c:. New grandeurs yet untold ? We knew thee to be free from stain As is the sun's white beam We knew God's Mother must be Above what we could dream.t.D.7 "?' r r Mo-lher!will . M. Phut/ NerL J (371) [ T.. PrUsTl c/tke Oratory a/ i.

PURITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. of -U ^t fedE r p :z± -^ S3 22: all vir s J. Philip Neri. and J. Thou Star. (372) Amen. T J I ^ — — —& r-j 1 And Holy Ghost men. J 1 ^ rj joy of Heaven A A r^ «5» _ ru *^ rj <-:j •-^ 1 ^it * 1 P=f J -^ I « J :)« # / -trJiTi ^ / II gate of irf-ii-^^ rr-f man Thou ! r r f- gin - if^ bliss to • i rj . found amid the thorns Most beauteous Dove with wings of gold Rod from whose tender root upsprang That healing Flower long since foretold Thou Tower.-0 1 1 II •' \ 1 Thou hope TriT^-*-^ @^f-^ IT of S—i— ?^-f- earth.-ti God! . ! against the dragon proof! to storm-toss'd voyagers dear Our course lies o'er a treacherous deep Thine be the light by which we steer.. lit PEASES f -rr r Blest Guardian I. born of Virgin bright Immortal glory be to Thee Praise to the Father infinite.--J- -p— rj A ! 1 1 1 Fair Lily. ?2: 1 ^. 186. .. . ° souls p-rr^ ?< ! for 1 I - giv'n Pure Mother ! J ^ I I iS: t— ." hy Edward Caswatt. Al of migh - tfe^ - ty -^-. O Jesu. <s* «o 1 1 • eternally. »— I L TraHilation or the*^ Praeciara tutt»i yirgittum. M m ' = 80. Pritst 0/ till Oratory 0/ St. ! 11 .

bove..J S^ ^' foam - thou I r} And — shines the star wel-come i-Ni i is II I iS: I 23=* O'er this dark As frag-rance i I -J- r \ =F^ * ^f=^- -8= scene of mis . L J to life's (373) thee. i^. :^.ry's love the thought of thee. M.Sweet Mother-Maid! But our hearts are thine. art bright. =d=i 'm light Its And boun on lies - ti ' -J- .D.. J ^^ = I20. ice.S\veet Mother-Maid! ^ 23: • * 5F • • Calm as the blessed PT Izt!: Eye of God When it looks o'er all this world below He bids thee shed His peace abroad With a secret balm for every woe. 23: i I I I So J- d: » ri^ sea . . hard work.25in . D. &c. 187. m—^ m 1- Oh T rr r r r The moon 2. dear spotless Queen What a glorious God our God must be And in thy glory His is seen. in is thou art bright the heav'ns a . Our hands to life's hard work. . the as fill life's hard work are laid. By thee we learn. For He shows Himself when He shows ! Our bands rFrederiei William Faber.-4-4- * ry ^B^ . A ' ^ • But our 13: s: II ' I ^ I r > .SWEET MOTHER-MAID./ .e of an east-ernni'Jht!)^"^^^''^'° ^ I of Ma . Priest "I o/the Oratory of St. Philif Xeri. as bright can be. hearts are thine.

J . o - - ra. O san 2. o - - ra. mus - res. ci - nam ra - mus. um. mus. -^-- fT ffi In - Per te-me - ra te spe - ra Sa - na do - lo Por - tas di - vi - ma Ad ^^J ^j^ - Quid-quid op . = ^^ M. Tu 50 3. o nos. Sal va - go.le - di spe ma - - - ta - guo - - - ta. lA. Dul la-ti Vir go. p 1. Ec - 4. ad spi -ce. O O O O O ra. res. Ma ter.r i ^ ^ TfJ T^ I- - ri - j.ctis-si ter - nos. J"J J. o - - no no ra pro no ra pro no ra pro no ra pro • - bis! ra pro • - bis - • bis - - bis • • bis i^MiiiMMri^^^ (374) II . ce de - les. o - - ra. Tu ^^ m $& - ma. Per quam fle bi - les. re-spi ce. Vir 5. J ^ 84. 188. o nos. - mus.] 1 1 T21 r I go - Ma Et a - ^l=j^ vir ^ . Au di - a a Ju vent A -J- - -bi gau-di J - J J . o - - ra. o su spi - m Ma r a ter - r Tol - r Tu me In te - ^„^ Ian . O pi - IS SI - CIS - um Et re - fu gi - ma. * I Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma $j^^ • • te cla 1 1 - ta. nam.O SANCTISSIMA.

respice. Ora pro nobis Pray Hear Tu medicinam ! for us 1 Tua gaudia May thy joys £t suspira Juvent nos. Lost in tears. O Mary Thou art the bearer Of health divine. Audi nos. adspice. To thee we cry. . O sanctissima. O Mar>' Lighten our anguish. Pray Ora pro nobis (375) for us I for . Pray for us Mater amata. most Maria I Tolle languores. Tu holy one. O piissima. turn and look. Sana dolores. Ad sorrows O Mary I we hope. we Through Thee we hope Per te speramus Ora pro nobis Perquam sweet Virgin Mary I ! Ora pro nobis Ecce pitifiil. solatium Et refugium. Salva nos. Mother undefiled. Be our Maria I clamamus. O Maria! Portas divinam. behold us Mater. O long for. us. 188. O most O O Dulcis virgo Maria Intemerata. Pray flebiles. Mother. Ora pro nobis Pray for us I Virgin. for us i See how weak we are. And our refuge. Virgo. Soothe our sorrows.O SANCTISSIMA. Virgo. Mother best beloved. And thy O te help. 189. In thee In te speramus. Save us. Mater Maria! Virgin Mother Mary! All that Quidquid optamus. Thou art our comfort. debiles.

t:4t=g^gz:|= r. ^ i ' g. 8 ^ ^ S Ma : 331 Me "Coe - - a li m^ ^ fes ta.. ^0 DIE.J =88. Vir - go sal ve WW $ -< Die Per ^ ~cr zcn lau - pa - «r> ^ 3es tent an mi • 3± 321 - i - se - ae vae ri val - -fi — 9i - E jus Quam non - ris: (376) • quam ma. 221 :^ ^"P^ - ^ ^ lau i=4 quam liJ:3J S. Vir - go sal ve Die Per Ma • des an • pa - tent mi - JJ m^ i ma ri p I se ris - [ [ - jus Quam non : jQ- ^ le xit li ^ - ta. J^J a ^ a ^ y—r-T-r For Four Male Voices. M. fle xit . 8ve lower. E fle - xit Nee al rj ^ jus •• J I - r -r ta - i==±z ii ^^^^^^ ges a • Coe fes ^ ^S Me ae vae - val f-r-T E .^1 ^^ ^ II rr^^iri 1 i 2* m 321 r^ p- X. Om - ni di e 2. M. sSE ^ rr -p- Om - ni di e 2.OMNI 180. Co - de pen le Fraus ser • vo tis • gl ma. {First Tune). - tis ve - te ris. « (Second Tune). 1. = 6o. i .

ine. 5. Co ris.j f=f=^ - Ma ve Die Per J jil ^- e - J J -^ A E-jus - ta. festa illis Tua Sive gesta Qui eolunt [| r (377) alacriter. E-jus fle - xit Necal fes Quam non I -J:?2= Gemma ri val fc^ Me - ae - vae A. jn.—Bohtmiaiu "j Second TuHt.^ rr^^ I I - quam -1-tS>I ^ Z3: l=i 1 vo gfr fT ^ - de s 12222: w J de pen le - le ^ S f-P_! :g: ?^ ^^ ^B&• ^ si ma. First Tune.^ d '$ 3 Q E JUS ges ta Co Nee al le xit Fraus $ Q m=z tt=^ i :g: ma. * jugiter. Rosa reeens quam data Novo mundo gaudia Per Castitatis lilium. Et juvamen Tuum Ut non cadam Sed evadam De mundi naufragio. -Q- r-gdeeens Beata. J .—l^th century nte/adji-] L arraiigedby ly. m di sal T.4r jd. ges - le - - ta xit J^. Da levamen 6. 1 TTkird Tune. Fraus ** m ^ = ser (Third ii6.S. 1. Castum ehorum I Et aperta Fide certa Ad polorum Quae perducis gaudium.J- O 9 laudes an patent mi -a Coe-li \Jl i - se ^ - ma ris : 3=^ r-r-r— Co-le de-vo-tis Fraus ser-pen-tis ve J - Ki JL. Commendare Regna sunt Me dignare Christo tuo filio coelestia. te ris. Roiistro. Vir-go tis - ser pen tis ve - s 22: =^ = ^ 32: l_MiB j - vo tis ma. - tis ve ris. Omni 2. - A.—By Quttde.

And Deign to commend. J I to - /"^ i . The realms rejoicing goes. Sweet Mother-friend.J. - ^j^ i^J J of gates J . <J O jewel bright O lily white O fresh-blown Of purity ^ tal J ! ser Her praise ly No pent's guile.OMNI 191.-J-^J ^ fes O craf m^'P=^ • days And ty wile . Vir The gin bright. ! A Thou dost command The virgin band That aye through heaven free No 4^ « - And S ^rj I J 1^ ^ . Ingulfed beneath the waters wild. P§ ^ 33: ^Prsr From day 1. soul op'n ners - J. M ' DIE. ac r - . -^^JJ. J ir~w- » f ^^f=t O rose Blessed of Heaven I^ZIZU ! Through Thee are given Joys to this world to grace restored kingdom bright. f' F * =F I--1 T3nr^^ ^" r irn name. J . This anxious heart to Christ thy Child Lest tempest-tost My soul be lost. To of light fervent faith a sure reward. Thy And (378) comfort sweet to all who join Their songs to praise Thy festal days actions of thy life divine. = io8. side.. - vine. day to O ^* ^ Hail. sin - J O of mine est wide. 2. Dear Mother-Maid.. i i j I uiM ^ r^ r tions of her life di E'er bent or won thy steps a J. lay To Ma light Thou un thy Sing loud J . give thy aid. : . ry's - .

<rj ."-' • H m>.g. affections. Gifts of Heaven she has given. T J ( 379 ^ . Spread abroad the sweet memorials Of the Virgin's priceless worth. -X rj y Dai I.b. ^ 'r»^-r (gd? i ship • 1 f I ^ ^d A —— / Call her ^ » ^-i C3 • —— — i 1 S ' i^ rj f 1 won-d'ring con-tem-pla j.THE PRAISES OF MARY. I -C2L -^-^•- iSzzn -rr She is mighty to deliver Call her. her prais-es soul. heart. - sing to ly i I ! zz: T Ma- X. Strive to sound her glory forth .> 5 5 jes - J . 92. Noble Lady to our race . ' ! 1 r */ ^ # J .-J^. the Queen. J.Vir-gin •I ^?± <r3 ^..n^t=± m T*T vL/ wor yn - ther. " All my senses. nor faint in telling All the gifts she gives to men. ^!— ^I 1 ! : - 4 1 tion. Sing in songs of praise unending. 1. ^3 I my -e»- J.M rj- ^ =pri^^ f^ ry: Sing. • 1 Lost J. Wearj' not.—^ ^^-^b/ -r L ^jp ^ iizat =^?^ ^7" f^r-r--^- Mo jL>y ^•t - -•— /.. her ac-tions All @^— t-^t y^ y- I . s ^ 5? r^ . I 1 dai -ly. Sing the world's majestic Queen .» ty con-fest. M. ^ -fS. 1 ! K s ^ 1 • * '^ i-J P 5 ' 1 Be her ma- j.. She -vAW calm the troubled sea. blest. trust her lovingly : When the tempest rages round thee. -Q- # I in With the hea rt's I . J'-^ -i— i ^ i' r 1 13 I her feasts. 192. Mo ther.. ! Translation o/'tMe " Omni dU *^ J-'atAer BitlUston. 1 S: o — hr I :2z: -^>- due.J--^ _ ^-^ "^-T^U.. who decks her subjects With the light of God's own grace.i^ (TJ de -vo-tion true. She. call her Vir - r Hap-py gin. rj IS . .

M.J = 96. — fore thee. 193. ^ r^ I. Shown - ij dom in the skies. by J J ^^^ - ing. Tliou by J J J ' faith J the J :S= ^ i gates un - fold us. m ^ . Ho ly - 11/11=^ III Queen we bend I I be - ^ . J J J ' J- r -. i .' .THE PRAISES OF MARY. ^ ls=i Hast to i— faith the land of ^#f^ F^ ( S80 ) Pa - ra f=r - dise. r Make -J f r us tru J J f - be to ly J P5— [^ f thine. .- 1 we j • r im-plore thee.^ j jLn :p=:p: :t2=± -J--. Queen J ri ^ ^ -r J - I w If ^=^ di pu 01 J -l ty W I - vine 1 r r I ' Make us love thee. Of the king be-hold-ing.

and crush lie for ever. Holy Mother How to conquer every sin How to love and help each other How the prize of life to win. to whom a Child was given Greater than the sons of men. Thou. J . Whom thyself a Virgin bore O. O.choirs I a blest eternity f 2oI ) I f Fr»m the Ormtiiy Hymn Buoi. Link'd with thee for evermore By the hope thy name inspires By our doom reversed through ! Help To [_ Transtation hy Father CaTKa^l. glorious world to come.Thine the province to deliver Souls that deep in bondage Thine to crush. Life-destroying heresy. J us. by that Almighty Maker. thee ! Queen of Angel. Thine to show that earthly pleasures. O teach us. by thy supreme Creator. All the world's enchanting bloom. Are outrivall'd by the treasures Of the Teach. Coming down from To highest Heaven create the world a?ain.

A - 1 men. (Second Tune.) ' p p Hail! Queen of Heaven! M r r l The O Tp-" ' ' r I' - cean's Star S (38^) ! r r r f r' r T^ t ^^ Guide of the wan-der-er . ^m1 f^ Co..^f7W Save us from ^S ^ _ per - and il from ^ ^ f^ r rrr . J care. J -^^-^l. '^m 'i & Copyright 1898 by Boosey ^^ = 96.iA p\ jA^ M. g r^EEEJFf J.A DEVOUT PRAYER TO THE MOTHER OF CHRIST. pray for me. T=F*P thy claim ?=: ^ i -|S»—r- ? r: ! Guide of the wan-der-er I JHr-'pTi iiJa^ J be ! Sjoc ^ fy^r^p^ here t^! r^t-t- Star ^^m ^ gin -F-IT-4-- ^ (First Time. O Queen of Heaven! The - cean's :i ^ - low Toss'd on life's m^ s* we surge..^_|j ^= ^gt T Star of the Sea!. ^ I Mother of woe. Pray for the wanderer.j 'pf 'p f ^^ I.ri^ ^. = 96 a^ tJl l^ if^=-^=r Hail I. r r i ^ r' Christ A. . J 94. 1 M. ^j ! ct ^ ? . l^ ± 3=1^ ^ w-^.

D.—" Mattr Cht istj. s J Hail ! ! o r A me - • men. .. and lend To imitate thy purity er.J"J J I '-^^y-y - J. il J J J.-4 J J and spotless maid Implore thy Son our souls to From stain of sin. And Homage we pay on bended knee Do then.der - the J . tears. ^da g^ ' Glorious advocate ! To thee We exiles turn our weeping eyes. pray for d^ J. First Tutu. chaste. of Grace. J ^^Tff 1 r? m ^ ^^ ^^>s- i Pray ^ O J :U=:?c for -^ wan . of Love. P. J CStcmtd — J . ^ a -3:21 9--r- S $ Save us from per Mother of Christ Star of the Sea and from woe. " a«r"1 ItaliMH Hytrnn Melody. life's :|U m^ thy claim care. pray for me. l^addingtaH.— ^1 — tr T r be here ^ ^-M-P^ r 5-=^ . arrmm^td I iyS. The source of Life. for C j the Sea thy children. in Persons Three. Virgin most pure ! Star of the Sea Pray for the sinner. bright Queen Star of ! Pray r Kn: ytkn Lincard. 3L^ I J. low • on Toss'd ! we surge. who reigns above In Godhead One. pray for me. J. Refuge in grief Star of the Sea Pray for the mourner./-J I. free Health of the weak us aid Our ! In pity see ! and sooth our miseries. J. pray for me.D. ~\ Tune. ! while to Him. (383) 1 Amen. ffS gentle. TraditicHml itdady.

(Second Tunc. -J-JJ..j 38+) ? J ai . . rr rr f Mer Mother of ^^ - cy ! day "1 [ ^ r\''by J J l '^=H ^^r r r My love of day J -i thee grows m ^p ± I more and more. f W:. J J. J. J. J ^ I r S J i r^^ EEi way.J 84. I I Mother of Mer. J ^^ I. 195. r^ ^ M. W^^ w 1^ - shore. * Thy strewn up A J. A J. .i ?^^ ?=^ ^ gifts are 'i - on my J J :e± r 5 r Like sands up the great sea = 84.cy! day by day My love of thee grows more and more a^m4444 &^^ aJ J J J. = f (First Tutic. bp f J.TO OUR BLESSED LADY.j A. . M.J.) t i -«^^ P F P I I.

"I C'UicnJ Ttau. ± f f 1*'-^ I Like sands up-on r r^ the great sea-shoie. And yet in this I did but tread The very path my Saviour trod. J . And oh ! how can Sweet Mother ! I love thy Son. with love of thee ? But scornful men have coldly said Thy love was leading me from God . Get me the grace to love thee Jesus will give. They know but Who little of thy worth speak these heartless words to me For what did Jesus love on earth One half so tenderly as thee ? when His three hours were run.. Philip Neru cares are o'ei. And. When times are worst. —" Mater ifittrtcordicer~\ hy Ai/rtdS. shall love thee then indeed L (385) Battr. Mother Oh CFrtderick WUliam Fabtr.! .^ -^z i^ri-^J/^y^-1 i "i ' 'I I 1 Thy gifts are strewn upon my way. 6. Prior ^Ou Oratory ffSt. Bequeath'd thee from the cross to me Jesus.m t/ !„ I 5GC — *^^ ' I I .—" Htiftrus' »r Htnry D U. 3gE Trf Thongh poverty and work and woe The masters of my life may be. if I love not thee ? more . SeHUGattj. who does not know Darkness is light. I ! if when thou wilt plead life's ^ ! r Finl 7 tmt.

s -nal: Pray thou for us. Pray thou for me. . gratia plena The White Love of Souls is thy Bridegroom Pray thou for us. Blissful Maiden ! 1 Ave Maria.ter ple-na! _ -f So greets thee the ^^ cj ri. M. Queen of Heaven ! for ever ! Ave Maria. GRATIA PLENA 196. gratia plena So greet thee the Souls of the faithful departed Pray thou for them. gratia plena for ever. and ! Pray thou for all. A-ve Ma - ri People. ^ Wf Father I = 56. Joy of Angels Heaven ! Ave Maria.AVE MARIA. the sick and the dying Perfect Pity 1 Ave Maria. Child of ^ QT'[-<-lrH[ E Glo ry^ :^ {?<s- :& Ave Maria. in Harmony. Star of Morning Ave Maria. gratia plena So greets thee a sinner imploring thy pity: Amen. - gra-ti-a a. T2i rz- O Ma-ry. gratia plena So greet thee the sad. gratia plena The Only-Begotten of God calls thee Mother Pray thou for us. E =3^ . J (386) L German Hymn Catlwlic 7"k«<1 J of the nth ceiUury. Queen of Mercy ! ! r I Anonymous. J Choir I. the Blessed in So greet thee Pray thou for ! us.

J (387) TIloiioH Hymn . the mercy of our Father. ^ ^ •/I'll r .fr -0 — U >-V-f-^ 0t ' 1 V 1 i ' — * 1 1 • Mary's An. — —^^ 1 — ^ ^^ n ^| J : I k^. arranjrJ~< l>yS.. = M. Into Mary's hands were given But to earth were only falling Upon hearts with sorrow riven. Philip .H . D.. L X .Ve. the m . dew-drops forming UA ^ ^=F= ^ag=^ 1 ! Q'=g=x.Veri. 3- Oh ! it is as if some fragments Of the golden calms of Heaver.gels dear and bright. I : Thro' the dark-ness of fal -ling Like the voice-less star-light n -VJ^ night. And they make our Dead look brighter In the waking hours of night.1 ^^ ^^ ^I^C3E ^& i w 11 —d— ->r-fK J SF Like the si - lent ^^3 3BE In the cold moon's cloudless light. And they gently turn our darkness Into depths of tenderest light. lyaddinetOK. ^ i=S 111 4. ? H' r r f> T row 0-m--f- Q^ r1 f sor- t^ 1 ^ * r ^ s f 1 ' For they come into our spirits With a soft and winning might. 197.'ody. ^f-^ X Qt 6' N j t l\ M So there — — r^ ^| f=l-H ! l*u t'\t come to hearts in ^-^ f.I^-^-^f^M--.P. 72. Priest 1 L lifthe Oratory of St. By For in Mary's ear all sorrow Singeth ever like a psalm Welcome. J I. rFrtderick WiUiant Fabtr.CONSOLATRIX AFFLICTORUM. Mother are the tempests Which thou layest with thy calm Sweet the broken hearts thou healest With thine own heart's nameless balm ! .D.

198. J = Fair 1. • g=£ p^ When thro' long halls of burn-ing light ^ r^fr-f^ r*r Earth gaz-es Lr E 1 the I -^4 ^^ ' J fcg-r Gate of the one sweet of J J nr^-r^ ({i i mi n gate -ways tii^t^^ feei s - I ¥=f=p The lared clouds the - p^U^ u-^ ros day.told /„^.tals I sun r ~t I r the day. - to Hea - ven. J J i f-^-f^r r'* r t J-J - . i^i/i* I j- I The gate-ways Wf ^ I of the : Mr in J. ' r ^ morn ^ loo. e - ven iy [ 1/ Is ^ A ^n^ of Fair are the por. . the por are - tals of the J J J J r r f -h-^ r-g ^ - ^^ r I J. 3. of grace un. Of match-less light.^J.^ jpn ^ r ^ ^ (388) J. ^^ rr^TfTTr M. pil J- - i Iv a r r dorn - ing - f V.THE HAPPY GATE OF HEAVEN.^ J- I Whose ing. J-^ J \ J ris ing - - ven. .

The gateways of the ocean. J t (389) r Antiymma. fair House of Gold J ! 2=t f r r All praise to thee J. Gate of the one sweet Even. Phiitp Neri.py Gate I r?j . The gateways of the mountains. T Thou Hap .^V?„-^. LUMA A ^bi SS3 iSaj=« J . With the lighthouse ever burning. The Gate of souls to Heaven.J r'r Y All ^ P J- love i^ r f" s^ I be thine.py Gate i^ •< -* Heav'n of i 4 Thou light. J . &c. yet secures God"s inmost sanctuary Gate of the one true Dawn art thou. D. That guard the harbours of the earth. Art thou. &c. Of matchless light. Along whose sounding channels leap The many-gifted fountains Fair are the thresholds of blue sea. Gate of the Angels into earth. To House returning. all our Glad - ness. Of matchless hght. J . "Tr^ i F r-i- 1*^35 S i^ Thoa Hap .D. J r J all Sad our -l=-^Js- - Dear Cause of ness. Gate God entered by His creation. the sinless Mary ! The Gate that opens. And SAving with placid motion. Priafl t/tJu Oratory o/SI. Of matchless ih^ 0<J--^ . J J of Heav'n J . &c his Father's fFreJeridt K'iUiam Faber. The exile's happy Landing-Place. J ^ Sweet balm of t r' be giVn. * F ! But fairest of all gateways far. Fair are the passes in the hills. The mountain-pass where leap and flow To art the visit The wells of our salvation Thou art the Gate of azure sea.

TT s :22t: $ 2i o I. M. God's love J H^ ray gin Dost =^ That 22: r r make in :& _Q_ -J @t Flower est thy dower! ^^ - — di f Heav'n ^e the peer - less ter ?2= 1=2: ^^ J=^ e ter - nal choice js. 199. Of ty J ^^ ^ i thee! -C2_ ^^ ni -J 2i: l^i-^ God's dig - iS»^ T3r @t=g i^: J- a all 2± falls God's ^^ -=^ r5r Sweet r ! -so- =N^ i vir ! -rzt- 33: r"0^ ught -<s- Mo ther dear -^ :g-- - - est . Flower rT of " Grace ^ i&H 4 ~r± id^ i f thy life. ^ ^S3 .MARY THE FLOWER OF HEAVEN. -j"2: 1 -i2L -ri ri ^ - on 22: (390) - lone with "T nal May. J = 76.

-&- W=^ t- 5'=^ ^ be giv'n.. ! Mother dearest [Frederidt IVmiam Fattr. Our hearts grow light as light can be For thou hast felt as we have felt. Blissful Maiden I Blissful Mother ! ! ! O Mary when we think of thee. ! hast knelt as we have knelt is. 1- — - ven Love ! . [ Alfred ythmtn.— that utterly. J. As thine was once the chosen bed Of His dear Heart and sacred Head O Mary sweet it is to see Thy Son's creation graced by thee ! ! ! Mother dearest Mother fairest Maiden purest Maiden rarest Help of earth and joy of Heaven I Love and praise to thee be given. J ! (391) &c. Philip Neri. ] .I ^ —III — "p p? Mo - ther -^—d p— fair - est Maid ! Maid ! i^ tl R' ^PFF rJ «rJ est - 7\ s>£21 en ! rar - est r^^ ?j=^? I I Help of I ^ earth and J. PrUsTX of the Oratory oj St. which is now thy rest. Mother of God we trust in thee I And thou And so it . D. I and praise to -56>- :?2i i thee Hea of joy I r Bliss ful - JJ ^w- I 32: F^n^ i p t ' I i pur en 1^1 * ^s "W f~r - A Q 5C2: Mo ' Bliss ther - s 32: ful Maid - en ! I -<S>- 22: jC2- -G- Choice Flower that bloomest on the Breast Of Jesus.D.

^ ' ^ r * - ful gleams. r ^ r leaves. Green are the ^^ jr . ^^ r . m^^ M. fVr I . f ' them in the ^ M=J=i T gfets r r Si^ r r the nues rich J J„ J r r r Pr f r Ci'T r I see r J ^ ''iv^^^ '^ We ^^^ r ^r and sweet the flowers.mong our May of g | e'en r r ^ 'JJJ^IJ J j| i^ And J^ J '|| ^r gardens round. 200.J r ' r r f blue trans -pa - rent sky. l ^r sun -shine. the fair -leys.THE MONTH OF MARY. ^^^ (392) ir The f= gay:.iers r a. ^g^ f r m ar-ket-pan. rr I. And q^ . And jifJ ' f f j^ J-. ^S^^ "^ ^ J^ r r we des ' Tjfj cry ^ ^ rr crnrr fit And jaJzffj Cr 'J r^ fw^ and lanes.^j ^ @tt Ji "1» ^ I* ''f By ^ streets. J w = 92.

thou dost not fade With stars above thy brow. .J. r (393) Copyright 1899 by Boose> I & Co.J r aid. . -r.— ?^^^ ^» i— ^-f T- 1 And sin give birth . and then will wither The flow'rets. could set in gloom earth's best joys have all It ne'er But And sin. yet the best. 'Twill grow.ij-^-. all flowers and fruit. Shall perish altogether The merry sun. And the pale moon beneath thy ieet. J « r r bring the tempt-er 1 J r- r s I > \*' ' * ' r /„j J J £3: /^ T r JL tf=-^ —^ — Jm J m i- ' m -^ m 1 ! j i_j 1 J near. O Mar>'. 1 Arrmttetd *^ NicMolas Gm/ty. be thon our ^. *-^ —»-*. you sure would say. For ever throned art thou. And that high Tree.1 V ' ' ' .i i r: ' m—9—. Thou art the Queen of May Our garlands wear about thy hair. brightly as they smile.•] ^. adkottcBymtUdaif. an end. They image forth a tenderer bower. The green green grass. The heaven's majestic dome. r 'r O rf i ' f Mo-ther maid. And they will ne'er decay. 4— — Lest sights of earth to J^ # ""t>/ 1 <r 'm N. The sweetest. i -^ Green is the grass. but wait awhile.i ^ Chorus. Now W 7) ? ' • V uj ^ 1 I . #^ : 1 in r the ope-ning year: J . pure and beautiful. the glittering grove. a hea^-y doom.J . But Mother maid. A more refulgent home They tell us of that Paradise Of everlasting rest.

P=ac \ li of N v-v f^=^ pr-i and beg I 4 from sin j>j I i one -> p-n soul m MEg — own sweet ? ft 1 thee thine r i l> i To pay • c l ^ nje let J^ J^ J . r ^ f r r r gift —^-n— i -J- i J r f r r l> .THE MOTHER OF GOD THE MONTH OF MAY. of Joy @^ my heart lg=g ^ JIJ J- I 1 Oh ' r r month May. -J^J^ ^ j own true light. Di J j:l 1 j- 1. of Ma - ry ^ v^t My J. i mine -? wan-d'ring jj i=. ' = J^ t: i I. PIOUS ASPIRATIONS TO IN 201. J i a - right. M. feet thee. r f I row sor I I *^=^ - fj|j. i ^ — free.-» I self r-trr^ ^ I . And be thy - (394) my rect - ' rJ*? ^^ r J^ . ^ r .

Mother I be love of thee a ray From Heaven. Mary. Mother. Make me as thou wert here below. hope and to to Thee be mine. Thoa. Send. PhUip Ntru A tlu Oratory Queen of Heaven V -'^•' ! ' L . on that bright day. starlight of this earthly strife. O Fnm iiu ItaliaH. The to show my art life. the precious To the heavenward way. gift is thine. me the chief. Sweet Day-Star A light to draw If time for ! let sinners penance all. who wert pure as driven snow. Thoa. To me thy womb's chaste Fruit display. thy beauty be my soul still Mother. obtain for me Thy glory there one day to see. Oh then and there. by Fred^rici -t of St. send thy kind relict We love thee. light of O let sinners' eyes thy prayer for sinners rise.

^1 J J ^ J 1 =f=T*7 This I.CHILDREN'S HYMN BEFORE OUR LADY'S IMAGE IN THE MONTH OF MAY. Dear £ J .. A ~^^ d r f= Mo # ^J-- m e. 1 jL -^ ii T^^" r a^ i^^ In gels love - sloiver pg r . „-- -'O^.. J =: 96. 1 m— i thou re-mem-ber r suppliant knee i^ '"gT of r bend a ^ f^ r r own sweet Month r • pray.iUAriT S r r /I little ^ Most ho -ly cr r Ma ry - ' ! rj at thy feet this T ^/ r li"^^ ^ I thine f r r r r Q r * il'P'T r J II ' r J'l Do . ^ J i ^-^ of the r ' j^J j i i-mage the is r i J i Queen Who reigns in j rt $ r r r who iJi-^i.ther j I J i l ^rr II me! thou remember r'r f l i p.. M... * i i ^ J r^ J j ^^ r ? .ii . r'r- (396) J May. ^ ^m f hope of men. . Whom men and an the is bove - d: ^ g p==* r a r r ' Of her i ^ Mr ll r bliss Do ESS i I i my of . m- J J i d ' d — -Mmm m t 'f g' I j-j^i t God.

iraJamgtom. Philip Ntri. in all my pain. . That for thy children plead Chorus. dread Saviour see When waves of night around me roll And hell is raging for my soul O. ! . By Him Who did for sinners die. T | . When at the Judgment-seat I stand. bom without a stain. Chorus. Do thou remember me I 4- O Lady. J ' I V on-r 397 . And by thy pure uplifted hands. Most holy Mary at thy feet I bend a suppliant knee When on the bed of death I lie. then remember me And my — rEihvard CasvaJl PrUstefVuTy L Oratary 0/ St. Most holy Mary at thy feet I bend a suppliant knee ! In O all my joy.The homage offered at the feet Of Mary's image here To Mary's self at once ascends Above the starry sphere. That rose without a thorn culled. "\ / r ^ S. Chorus. thou remember me Virgin Do 1 3- Sweet are the flow'rets we have This image to adorn But sweeter far is Mary's self.P. by the stars that make A glory round thy head .

203.est Hea of all.==^ Morn. From 3. Oh high the crown a - -p? go . Voices. noon.THE ANGELUS. m J- Voices. to rest. J = 52. The An -ge-lus sweet -ly A rings ^^m Organ.^'UtN the 1 Ma ve i^=? mdc Two Solo A sing JjT— - ^> word spoke since the ven at Ma when the day . 1. long 2. and i: ven e 3 I . 'Tis long. - - ri a . ^ \^ ^ I r f LJ I r f f i (3^) ^Li I . ifai^ VM — i>.ry's sinks ]^ r-^pr in Heav'n meek word. M. 4g i ^^=J: i ^ip: F: Ma ^^ 5t ve - - ri ^^ ^1^: ]s.

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Sweet Mother, hear us, thou hast known
Our earthly hopes and fears

The heaviness of human toil,
The tenderness of tears.

We pray to thee

for those who sail
In peril on the sea.
For where thine eyes of mercy shine
None perish utterly.
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And

for the soldier too,

who

sleeps

His head upon his hand
only in a dream can see
His own beloved land.

And

Pray for us all that hearth and home
Be kept in peace and love
Peace which the world can never give,
And love from Heaven above.
;

6.

For us thine eyes are

Oh

!

let

filled

with tears

them wash away

The stains of our unworthiness
Pray for us, Mother, pray!

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For when our sins had nailed our Hope
To die upon the Tree,
Lest every hope should die with Him
He gave the hopeless Thee.

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AHOMjrm,^tis.

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THE SAINTS AND GUARDIAN ANGELS.

THE PATRONAGE OF

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Jesus and

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if

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safe should

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hast not forgotten the long dreary road,

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Yet

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took turns with thee, bearing thy

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that burden,

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God

none

lighter could be

:

Oh

canst thou bear

me ?

!

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God

chose thee for Jesus and

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Mary

Forgive a poor exile for choosing thee
There's no saint in heaven

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Miscens guadia fletibus.

Nobis,

Da

Summa

Trias, parce precantibus.
Joseph meritis sidera scandere

Ut tandem liceat, nos tibi perpetim,
Gratum promere canticum. Amen.

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SAINT JOSEPH.

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Not until
crown

after

death

their

blissful

may.
An Angel

;
but unto thee
given,
In thine own lifetime to enjoy thy
As do the blest in Heaven.

Thine arms embraced thy Maker newly

Grant

visited, and, with blest words,
Scatter'd thy fears away.

born

With Him

to Egypt's desert didst thou

flee;

Him

in

Jerusalem did seek and find
grief, oh joy for thee

Oh

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Pritxt 4

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a*'Oratory t/St. Pkilif Ntfi.
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God

us, great Trinity, for Joseph's
sake.
Unto the starry mansions to attain ;
There, with glad tongues. Thy praise
to celebrate
In one eternal strain.

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P Re - is-que in -i=2. - Trs~^ F^=^=^=r=r Di ga^ ter - <G ps^ (i):. au r-> JZt.«.0. ^-^. IN 211.is-que in as. te a - S>— fi '^ A po .^ JQ J ^ S w. j:i. Q -d- g ^ - T^r^ tis - ?M^ ?F=^ .' -^1^' -gL.J. -JjQ rj a- rj lo -Q- Q Q ^ m . £3 (S> ^ «S^ ^F H re.SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL. ^ ro - . - ci bus.-^- _ nat Prin gni r ^f^^TT - TIT" ^ ^ rum quae co -qL ri - J.J = i ?j=?r I :i - CO ra - lux ae . . ^ fO - I ^j cm be JQ J. --g? stra. > ni - ta - i fTJ' r=r ^^B tis. H H I ^^^ - ga i- - p^EggEj vit i J.sto - J. .i.. 76. ^£ I De I. FESTO SS. . - j^U re am - *. . J.Q :z2: - J. J. APOSTOLORUM PETRI ET PAULI.J. M. - ir .tra li - be-ram pan-dit vi - am. - i •«- gi ¥ - pes. _i 4 r . r" ("rr . rj I p* P P P xn (410) 33: T^>" I .

ra .bi .pi . Sit Tri -ni -sL ^ -s>- ta - -^ -G- ^ izz.li Ja .que gen ri . per u -«5>- J- turn.pum sem .nat om I « • - te ni - - - Per a. cru - o - re ni - ta - te.. ^.l . ctor pur pu . 1 na - turn lau or ver - bis u sa sae -J- Q &- ^^ ^ - - re cu a - na - lo -el —rr.A I - - hie il . sis J. nes.J. at - tes.ni .rum Prin ci .ma 4-4- i ?! l ti I I i que coe .a. at Ro-mae Pa Es con .tor.^. -^- gC ^ .o .ta.J. quae du . se .le..Q. J- .la - - ti - gui - ti - - Per ne Ho -rum : en U In o. um. r- . A. po -^- ^Jf P P -r& — — <s> <s>- "Cr ^^g S ->r^— ^3f Q ! ren era te - ar glo - ta stas. -15» • -11 • 1 yiu/er Hytnn front tXe Brrviary T Ly&r i*« few/ e/'S'5.—'^^ — <S> • - pos - si tu - di rum sae - cu J- . "T ) Mun-di Ma O Ro.so san que ju .ter .. ex - eel sa.lis - - ni -J- -f=21 1 1 -A—rs — rj <:» — \ '^^ TT- <g . rjt rj ti - pul ehri - - dent.na glo .ri . - 4-A. Aftr lurif /"ajiA J -T7— 1 ' r - :^ ^^i^ f^7 - Ex ras - I Vi " .o .' . - bi-tri. 22: ^ P ^^eEB per cru -cis vi cj - 1^ SS r? • '1 ne -cem. fe - lix.lis u ni - ^A - I vi - tae bis. A la.-W-?^ i g gjis - ter. J-- tae se eel Q na - or ver - - . (41O - men.se - Ho-nor. ce quae gu her .

rum rious mar . A spread With - . 33: rK-MiWt 331 A :^: - it men. ni . ii-.is-que in as. - r vit the all J I I ^^^ 2i: po glo - J M=m -^ _Q_ m ^ it sto . ta - a J-. De With i :?2: f I.SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL.en light.lo .t ray.QL s il:^ ^:bx - with L^lJ-J S & I* ' .ro . ' - CO .ra lux ae gold. . - g- g tis ir gni hast - J fete bus. =F=F= em ILJ! • beauteous m^^ Light - Thou '. 221 ± I. dit souls that have been ^^ - 3 :g= world ^5rd -si- I CL_ ! fej^= Q ^S m r: — :?2 f-^ beams through / B sy =»: Thy I > I - tis. day.tyr cL ^& w 32: ifei ir quae co . ^ m ^z^ jCC T 96. = M. 211. 4- 1 ! led ^ (412) stray. « Re . 213.tra Which par-don gives to IF^ ~r3~ am. and ter zrx: am Di ^m be of a Light. n ga - ^-^.nat Prin dom decking the Heav'ns msk^sT^ li - beram pan )— 4- ci this ^ - - d: i pes.

Judges of all. . atque jubilatio. potestas. Amen. with laurel crowned. Per ensis ille. Amen. true lights of the universal round One conquering by the Cross. Heaven's Porter. ceteras Excellis orbis Sit Trinitati una pulchritudines. In whose most precious blood thou dyest thy purple weeds By their divine desert. Honour and power and hymns of joy and heavenly Whose At praise. [ Trans!atim. and still beyond time's longest days. Honor. sempiterna gloria. hie per crucis victor necem. quae gubernat omnia.t631. 3- O happy Rome whose fame such noble Princes raise. The Senate of the Blest possess. 3- O Roma quae duorum Principum Es consecrata glorioso sanguine felix.?*Iundi Magister. ] (413) \^ From Df La fcUU . Vitae senatum laureati possident. empire's force remains in perfect unity first. the other by the sword. : Horum cruore purpurata. arbitrique gentium. Romae Parentes. In unitate. and now. Per universa saeculorum saecula. atque coeli Janitor. ! Thy glory all the world's vain beauty far exceeds. not by thine own due praise. and the Saint that taught the world God's Word. Unto the Trinity eternal glory be.

that sways benign eternally. J-^-f^. whom the peerless kingly consecrated in their true hearts' holy tide Such purple glory dyes thine ancient claims anew. 1 g. Two ! Three all glory give.J (4H) [ S. O Rome Have i ' ^ lone shows Heav'n so clear to .FEAST OF 212. —^ A - men. i Sires. So to the Everlasting And r Translation o/tkt *' Decora Atltrnilatis. the Warden pure Of Truth's unfailing stronghold. Lux "1 ffCoitiior.r - r —n M— M— I r7 J J J J ^^ . ] . -J f." by the Rrv. Rome's high-judging By well-fought way of Sword and Cross they wear secure The ever-living laurels of God's council-choirs. 92. - — PETER AND PAUL. w— w 1 ' ^ sin-ners r ^gr far withdrawn. thrice favoured.en gleam of God's e ly ter - - ni - Can add such blissful ty ^^ ^& * -^-^ —#J^Tl-J^'^^^J — — —*^ f r^g% m . s =T iTT ~r J J I ' g ^ ?=^ ?r ^ — 1 A J : ^ -to-ry " sum-mer-dawn The crowning day of our Twin-Chieftain's to earth-ly —w vie I '. ^^ a gold. and holy glee.-^- fire 5 ^ I —^ ^ rtrr ji m ^^ J —•—*—J J I r ' I I r r ^. Throned in that inmost Unity whereby doth live Harmonious Law. Thy rivals pale and faint in all the earth beside. IVebbt. boundless empire's awe sublime. M. SS. J On I.^-^y f r J r — — The Master of the schools of God. Amen. J.

Ut que - ant la \z Jds - so - 1^^^^ r f N 1 ^ -^ r 1 na - N 1 re —H^ J^ bris - - fi 1 . Amen. 1l 1 Mi ge ^ I - sto fa - H*— mu - J- J- I - J. genitaeque Proli. :?2: 1 pol Sol . T J Sit decus Patri. r Fraiefu J . Et (415) tibi. M. . Abdita pandit. Senseras Regem thalamo manentem Hinc parens. Deus unus. 3- 5- promissi dubius supemi. et vitae seriem gerendae Oidine promit. omni Temporis aevo. LAXIS. Nomen. Perdidit promptae modules loquelae Sed reformasti genitxis peremptae Ille Organa r L vocis. nati meritis uterque Te patri magnum fore nasciturum. — e>— 1 \1 "23 I . Office HymJi/or Feast a/ it. A - C^ men. JtkH Baftiit. J = loo. r— —^a • * • N^ * Th -d 1 ^?U^4- \—g -) r~ ' \ ' m * ^ m ^ n -^ P^ 1 i "^ ! I. • ^ Sts: :^ lA. J f^ Nuntius celso veniens Olympo. Ventris obstruso recubans cubili.la turn.©-«* T2L Sa J - ncte Jo J J - an Sa - ^a=^ S: - ncte Jo J - an - nes. J I /S J "jCT I -.SAINT JOHN BAPTIST UT QUEANT 214. compar utriusque virtus Spiritus semper.

since yet cloister'd in the The presence womb. With Thee. Mistrustful of the promise from on high. Glory immortal to the Father be. I 2. . King had thee inspired What time Elizabeth and Mary sang. great Baptist. priestly sire while to the Lord . His speech forsakes him at the Angel's word But thou on thine eighth day dost re-attune For him the vocal chord.UT QUEANT 215. lot Thy sublime Unto thy He ! an Angel quits the skies. Oh. offers Israel's prayer. thy name. LAXIS. That with enfranchised voice we may proclaim The miracles of thy transcendent The deeds of mighty fame life. thy glory to declare birth. (416) . No marvel . co-equal Spirit. With joy of thy prophetic fired. Praise to the sole-begotten Sovereign Son. ! Amen. While endless ages run One in Three. Unloose. our sin-fetter'd lips . .

dear Saint The secrets Christ taught The beatings of His Heart. . I ! izt -*=>' Part - ner of :^i^:n±=:i:ii zz: Ma rj- =?i-f- —I 231 Thou to s woes And — S favour I- whom grace - ite t=^ was given To stand where Peter fell Whose heart could brook the Of Him it loved so well Cross When the last evening came. too. (417 ) thee. Pillowed on earth. Sweet teach -er - I I I -g-^^ 32: #i of the Word. i i^ ¥ -X2L icr I ^- I of Saint -^^^s-IV-P T^ t Sa the I ! 1 I J I t 122: -T^r ! cred Heart. like thee. where now In Heaven the Saints find rest. Thy head was on His His Heart. Oh may To lean upon His The ? He gave to thee gave thee to impart gifts He And Breast I. Ah. claim with thee His Mother and His Heart. And how it beat for me. 216.SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST. with quickened love. M. then. of -r±- ^ the i 1 Lord. teach me. Because His hour drew near. Breast. Now beat into thine ear. Dear Saint With I stand far oflF.^ = 76. ! vilest sins opprest I dare. Now throbbed against thy head.

ph - mo Spi 1 1.g s ^J^lL^d^4jj 1 Pal In - ma - co et sem J.J"4 r-r-r r. SANCTORUM INNOCENTIUM.^A. i-^j. A 1 A jrl ^-^^f^r - ' ' i'^ r (418) f^ A men - A 1 A. so - ^^ I I Christi in-se i. ? 1 1 1 I'li' Ji I. Trrv r flo - Sal-ve-te. gi - ne. 4. 14- I la - to - zSl -T— ^=f=*f=^ j". Verse J ^^rr-rrr^ ^ I Mar-tyrum Quos res q^w^ i^ i fHH^^F p ^ 1^ 1 |- 1 . Chri - bi - ti and 2 sti vi sit glo mf ^ cti-ma. Vos 3. ^^^^^^^m M.'. r i p- ii r- i (n . » .'ji.a. et - ^ 1r^l. Je pri - - :^ ma su. - pi ro - ter - nis lu di - tis.' ii/i'i'i. na sae cu - la. IN FESTO = 80. 3. Vir te - ner. - ri .• I ^ - cu - ip lu-cis - I I I in mi - li ne - pi J Ceutur-bo na tor sus-tu-lit.THE HOLY INNOCENTS. A ram sub Cum Pa-tre. 217. N I -j-i. - F^^^^fe^^^P^a^^^F^t^^^ m Pr^ Verses i 2. p ^^ ^ 1 j - seen ^^ 1 ro tes - sas. 43=5&: F^P^ Grex im Qui na - mo - tus es de 4r A J. 1 al psam Sim - J. I. - - ces ri - tu.

SALVETE. all hail I Smitten by the tyrant foe On life's threshold. sweet What a simple death ye died lambs ! Sporting with your wreaths and palms. Flowers of martyrdom.218. (419) . Be With to Thee. glory. FLORES MARTYRUM. O Virgin's Son the Father. While eternal ages run. merit. Amen. I virtue. and the Spirit. First to bleed for Christ. At the very altar side Honour. —as the gale Strews the roses ere they blow.

- r r r r heav'n of j^ C| -^- - ly light.^ r the sweets of —S——J— ^ I 'Mid ry. " 1 1 I r . J =92. J cy. Lies the a flow'r of J His ? J ' I the ^^^j.' j. j & E^ ^- ping i ^^^ j m I Sa-viour. Like the - ^^ F f^^ of J ^ j ^ -^ m II drop is ture - J * f ^E r earth rap its i L.^ • I .1 Mr II j . 219. From high the m^ - r r f of heights est ' r r ^ ' f glo J ^ r »f end ^M J I I ti? rr Ma calm.jj^j m ^m of On balm.SAINT MARY MAGDALENE. ^^ rr't M. i s i'r I. -^ rj .. less - - j i spi ry's - rit ^^^ 1» =i^ On the J J J r r J r r J J I I J J gJ r r met I J - i ' Bo J J J -^ r r r r . I . - rif ^ IMJ-i $ O n uuyg-H ' In r I I stain-less white. r r tro - phy jL blaze J J -J^ (420) ^ som - a .

with thy converts In thy kindness number me r Frederick WiUiam L Fabtr.. And a gift of love unequalled From His Heart came into thee I 4- Blessed swiftness of a pardon Which thy guilt could not delay Happy penance of a moment Burning life-long sins away Oh those gentle Eyes of Jesus. thy tears are turned to jewels For a crown upon thy brow : There are thousands in all ages Come to Christ because of thee. J I \ tnt 42* \ / V L fiT.D.Pardoned Sinner Was ! there ever wondrous Convert I home like thine ? 'Midst the splendoms of the Angels How thy And fervent graces shine ! yet thou too once wast wandering.. Pritsr\ ufauOrttttrjtfSt^Phil^Ntri.. Once wast Who art now soiled with darkest stains. tUfikt »'>''•—£• T J . And thine eyes were fixed on His. And those tender Words He said Oh the value that He places ! On the tears that sinners shed ! ! 5- The sweet fragrance of thine ointment All the earth is filling And now .!. While thy guilty lips were printing On His Feet full many a kiss Ah then.. Mary. 3- Thou didst fly unto thy Saviour. wonder of compassion In one moment thou wast 1 free.. D. the fairest blossom In the land where Jesus reigns. Oh then.

our r sing.SAINT GEORGE. nal -^ A m P=^-| J. g the fe &^^ ji i ' J r con =f=F^ r - flict .J = 88. J313i i=t i*r^ r - Chorus. ^^EE^ ^ r now on Lead-er ^f^ fr^r-f earth no J J lon-ger. j^iJ J i es ^ f= t - :P=.-J J . r in r r r r the fight for Hea * ven. P. rT I. 220. ^P M. th' -1 fclF* 5^3«: fe^ =ti | ^ r Vic tor -li «. i i j (422 I I Great Saint f^^-h^-^ ^- j^ i p T'^r~r~r George. Sol - of dier -Jl tF "W =SF ter - fei ^ King. i I j ^ J J' l ?-r^ We thy lov ing - prais oa g=g Pat ^ - help ron. ^^.=1 In us.

George. our patron. Waiting. Help us when temptation presses. each j_ one must J n . Where J . Great St. Clothe us in thy shining armour.lJ?g — 11 1 pifa -J^|J 1 —0—^ -1/ J ^ r r 1 1 ^^ -d 1 1 1 r 1 Help nighr thou be ^ i. In the conflict be thou nigh Help us in that daily battle. &c. &c. George. for the Angel's call. or r him who in deadly battle Never shrank from foeman's sword. Gave his life for Christ. ji Praise f ly - ] St. On till. George. the Lord."tr — i__j • us in — J- '/^^ ^- 1 dai that rM-n ^_J U — 1 ^ I bat ^ - tie.. George. Resting then. Great St. our striving over. but ever ready.. Where each one must win or die. (423 ) . 1. fighting Onward t'wards the heavenly land. Great Fat'fUr Recks. Proof against all earthly weapon. die. We have still our crown to win Help us when our soul is weary Fighting with the powers of sin. . Place thy good sword in our hand Teach us how to wield it. life's battlefield we fall. Great Onward. help us. St. -n. &c.

to His Word. Ever bless and defend the dear land of our birth. J*. thy prayers. IS . -r - in God's o - cean of ^ True Faith in the land of our birth. For God sees all our needs when He looks on thy face. and Erin. J = 96 #^^^ I. Help the children of Erin to struggle till death Let their strength be in meekness. to the last . in prayer. in the fight for the Faith. We have clung to God's Church. Driven forth into exile by famine and sword. I C424) . Where the shamrock still blooms as when thou wast Where God's faithful children shall ever stand fast on earth To Samt Patrick. .221. M. in penance. abroad to the ends of the earth . SAINT PATRICK. - land rof 1 Saints We have kept the We have spread it . Tis a halo of light which was left us by thee That has shone through the night like a lighthouse at sea. dear Saint of our land. In the War against sin. Saint Patrick. It IS love. that won us this grace. to our Faith. and Home. Hail glo - nous Saint Pa - trick. And their banner the Cross which they glory to bear.

right I 52: -TTt S thy Saints in ^t (425) God's cean S • r ^ of love. 1 I I land. n T I . I ! and pray ^ :t==t ^ An ^ 3 1^1. '^41. III that I I - land 231 of hand.^ glo - rious iZZ ~ ' 1 Pa Saint ^ ^ 22: =P "23" dear trick.) m ill: a! ^ :it3c -cr Hail I. ^ ^-> < I [Adafted frout a Catholic CcnMoM /7fA century Hymn. gj * I I I And S 3 III 22: g bless I us. ! -C2_ 22: 22: d: :g: I thy us ver - r I I O i I i poor ' ' chil - dren stretch out I -Q. - I J S iS: r our of Saint .M. thy ^-^ S I 1 :g: 3:2 I conn - ^^ -^ c^ try may prove ^^ J :^fcr^ 7^ ::g: I is jQ. = 84. (Second Tune.

ing r - rin m mo hath the - crown of thine un-friend 1 God Com ! in sad fort and - ^ -uv^^-i\ -1:11 w=%r ther's claim. = J loo. Pour'd where thy hills confront a tameless sea. M. ] ( 426 r L ) Copyright 190a by Boosey & Co. I Adaftationfrem an T Italian Utlt^y- J .SAINT PATRICK. Broke thy great heart and Till ev'ry sobbing gale Sang thee the Irish wail. Christ in thy heart. Thou. ho truth. Christ's is the land where'er thy feet have trod 1 Make us for evermore. Thy God 2. and Christ upon either hand. - I I ^y :^ - ii 5N: I liv JWj^ fe w E r 33: r'r ca- Lo. sires of yore. binding fast to thee Christ and the Trinity. the theirs. four-teen cen Bring -ing thy pri -^ - - tu-riesi son. @liz±- S5: * is all those far - scat-ter'd sheep of Christ. ocoHitor. Faithful and beloved of the Triune As those our God thy last sublime and prevailing pray'r. -ri ± 3 t=i jCL rr^ Fa-ther of 1. Where O Pat - rick. le-gianceof s Love for the souls of Erin's benighted sons killed thy cloistered peace. 7. where foes of th' Incarnate Son beneath the word of Rome . ed youth. 222. May we through every clime And in each faithless time Show thy might with God and His might in thee Oh by [ Rn>. Pleading with the night Fresh from the Sank field ne'er to rise for the day's release. Camest white-haired man o'er the white sea-foam.land I 321 -P2- I I 4 * ^e =P2: ^^^ 2± !a^ tj f-f r I And shores of all -p- the seas I i r r I r Musicmaketo God Thrall to thy crozier'd hand In the bright al - 1 in thy 1 migh- name.

- Haec J J J si quid an te qui spon-te prae '' ^ I : li - - a a U-4- ^=f ^ S^^ '. 223.ges. ^iT I re - r 'i.-l .. ' (Quid in-cas-sum ( Chri-stus non oc - jt Jt JL ji.SAINT THOMAS OF CANTERBURY. I at JL Jt J I I 22: 33: "25^ TT^-ry-^ j Pur -gat ^* w ^SCt: (Ma - J . ^ ^ ife: Cu r- i II-. Unison. di - tur ZZ21 221 . —z fre - mi- ci - di -• -m zzsi .xu ( -^-Tt E van - ge oe - ci ^U^ f (427) - lat.C3. m ^ !— -f- /Ad - 'I (Ae ' i J i I ges In. ^f^ • ra.. -I g N ^ '*' t si- fTe-nens E .^ Pec Su r ca sti. Et su Jt. jLtr mu-lan - is in e-jus le .5. san-gui-ne falx - bi glo J J - ri Tho-ma.sur-gunt tur. • F tis? tur. -s>i Non ju - gum ex - cu Fru. Con moto. ^J. a. - -^ -Q. - a. i ^ rJ ' hue ~ ./ sti r. - di Quo tur.stra san-guis fun ^ I I I -*- - ti . ad-ver-sa fan -tur ^-=r i W^ - dant i Chri - thu ra.) see sti. f r - - li - um. - tis fir na ta ) tis.tis.J ^ jor ti J J ^ i. » :g= ^ ^E El^ .

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And by Do strange jealousy call Christ's blessed cause Their enemy. True and fearless. For his enemies it cries. we pray. Bishops Thy holy law to guard. mighty God.224. SAINT THOMAS OF CANTERBURY. Ever and evermore The kings do flout the Ia%vs Of Him Whom they adore . Unto Thy Church alway Grant. slain is he On him rests the victory. With his Master's sacrifice See the blood of Thomas rise. hunted. thy less perfect life By a red and dreadful knife Shall be pruned away. (429) . glory is to thee For thy valiant choice and free Wondrous Of such bitter fray. Kings. 4- Holding fast the Word of God. 6. for themselves to fight. Be this their way to Thy great reward Not Amen. peerless. Stainless. 3- Thomas. Outcast. Interceding. why vainly murmur ? Heavier and firmer Grows the yoke hereby no more shall die. But for Thy Sovereign Right. Well the Shepherd's way he trod. 5- See the sacrilegious blow At the him altar lays low- Where the Ransom of our woe Aye is bleeding. Pour not blood on blood Lest ye drown i' the Christ flood.

SAINT BENEDICT. p ^>^'7 K chil A —— ^ P ny Wr Of n^Tl' / n H - J. A f(^ VW- the ' *^ long dren - g past how m * 32: beau - ti - thou ful art! ^ zz: M ' : ^ \ i rJ 1 Still. M.. dear 1 r-i ej the wea 1 1 •'-^ " r^ 1 1 k^. & a ^S ma of ther - r-» [ f 1 h/-^ M*-* • ' ' 1 ^ i To « drink ^^^p i 1 ^ H^-Pr^ i from out thine j J J ^ un - " i ex ^ Q (430) rJ - r^ haust - ed A !gp « heart. lez ^B . J = ffii 2: ^ Fa I. J- rj rj r ' <V r5 • • 1 • come tions A «n s-' r I' J 1^ kW J f Saint i r \ 1 (TJP r 1 1 ! '— -Q. 225. J f^ ! J ''-' ''-' f^ fi> ry na 1 1 - J. P 1 1 ^-> ^ A rt t' «r> gloom the in ! I ^2: And /nS* k" (w.

D. Kings. Pritst »/ thtOrmtory/ St. Yet with the peace of prayer within them furled. dear Sainti Have grown more royal 'neath thy Christ-like rule. 4- Deserts have blossomed where thy feet have trod Thy homes have been safe shelter for the weary And in dark times the glory of our God Fled to thy houses to find sanctuary. Learning found shelter in thy tranquil school. 7- Thou art the Christian Abraham to thee. but increase. As thine own graces grew of old in thee. dear Father ! hearts as wide As thine that was far wider than the world. And. thy God hath given . 5- O Benedict ! thy special gifts are Freedom of heart and sweet peace. "1 J f ttt \ V 43* ^ F L I ttr ^ jjaj'^. Hearts by incessant labour sanctified. Saint of insatiate love For thy grand ! faith a saintly family. D.There are sweet waters in thy fountains still In every changeful age they have been flowing While faithful sons thy destinies fulfil Through the wide world. when the earth with ignorance was faint. and be blest ! . simplicity They fail not with the ages. ! ! C Frederick It'ittiam Fater. Give us great hearts. Countless as are the crowded stars in Heaven.. Philip S-eri. like rivers in their going. Kind Shepherd ! tend us with thy pastoral love Across the mountains to our heavenly rest Father we see thee beckoning from above We come we come to bless thee. with thy wisdom in their hearts.•*• -**«* .

is his bond. that hours are but a minute Mirth is so pure.ning: their pride blind - ness. Towards the bright palace where our God Throned in high Heaven.\ i * M ^ 7> in pre-cept in =M Z2_ Md U f^ of TTfn :g pen the Saint m i^ that are ning. Thus he conducts by holy paths and . sin ^r is the Saint. Cheer -ful J -^--J^. t Souls . Innocent souls. Prayer is so sweet. UJ I J J i J $ |C3 I. 226. and secures us This With richer offers. and opes her magic coffers. and sinful souls forgiven.tleness and kind-ness. Sin is not in it. r Catiinal Newman. he knows no other fetter. of fm-r Pa win. but takes whate'er we spare him. J = loo. Asks not our all. - ing f_ =^^ f=^ g g if $ rr-^and ^^=F=f- heal tient-ly - . J (432) is present. P and ance. pleasant. Points to a better city. when the world allures us. This is ii ^ilE 2i: i - gen .SAINT PHILIP NERI. Cries her false wares. f French. Willing to draw us on from good to better. M. As we can bear him. though freely it possess us. who. J . Love When he comes near to teach us and to bless us. SAINT PHILIP IN HIS SCHOOL.

Of Peter was thy home The world's Apostle he. Where martjT Popes had ruled the flock. life. and thou Apostle of his Rome. And slept their glorious sleep. ! Early thy vow of loyal love And ministry was paid. And thus to Rome for Peter's faith Far known. . Where faithful hearts are few Still are we Philip's children dear. Take leave of it. new lit for thee. on the hill Facing the Imperial Town. 3- The solemn porch. In the far North our lot is cast. And Peter's soldiers true. (433) Rome. And as the Apostle. in that heart-consuming love. First So thou. thou didst impart Thy lessons of the hidden And discipline of heart. Didst walk the city wide. Founder and Sire to mighty Rome. The Pentecostal fiame . gazed upon his fair domain. and portal high. And gain them by the sight. And lure the noble and the young From Babel's pomp and pride And. Down on thy breast. Until at length there came. 4- And the old catacombs. from out the streets of Didst turn thy failing eye Unto that mount of martjTdom. gathering them within thy cell. Then. Unveil the lustre bright. 6. Cardinal Sc^ nan. SAINT PHILIP NERI IN HIS MISSION. Beneath Saint Peter's shade. In galleries long and deep. and die. And beauty of thy inner soul. first in There didst thou pass the nights in prajrer. Then on the cross lay down.227. .

Monk. by grace of his address. Father dear. Save he be rapt in ecstasy.\'twt>ian. Look on thy (434) ' .-. or Do. that we Thy loveliness may copy here. « M. And in the eternal Kingdom see. -^-h^ r They ^ hpA^ $ w He \ his hands. lifts A He comes. little ones. there issues forth fragrance virginal and rare. him more. The The ho - ly Fri-ars ^^ Monks. J - i j4^_ - 5t«t ly Monks.mi m s= r I In By 4=1. 'Tis an old of sweet aspect. I r Cardinal . 2.SAINT PHILIP IN HIMSELF. stubborn race. or Friar. 228. take their stand i{^^ m~^ - 1 - M^^ ^ midnight choir. And his low To melt a tones of tenderness. Where hearts are frozen as the air. J=:88. J J I its r or and they win r ho foes '- Ti I more affect Hermit.try field. know him by his head of snow. m ga-ther. the zea-lousband r In sul. I love Jesuit. friends have fled. By the sweet music of his face. they defy The fiend.jP © love friends them well. I are fierce. Fran-cis ^=i5 r Than or f=dff=T m^ love them well. have fled. or J^-^ J | ly Monks. O sainted Philip. his keen full eye. or ^. I are fierce. conceal'd from men. The Knights of Jesus. 1. — full eager for the fight. noble. too. r The Where ^^ is stu-dious cell. And now he ventures to our North. one led. iEi Tl And then the unwearied Company. His words which kindle as they flow. I more admire. Yet there nic The ho Where foes try glen. Which bears the Name of Sacred might. His ready smile.

through ! life and death. For though loud billows roll. I — • I ^a i I I i I — e>— I I I Saint hath found his J con. The glorious Saviour of his love Receives him in His Arms. I 4- Champion of Jesus on that Breast From whence thy fervour flow'd. like a ransom'd Away from all alarms dove. In Christ. j^ I Lo! on the I ' ' slope ot I I xL shed.fiicts And o'er. The Aurora of Eternity Is rising on his soul. laid rj I @FFg^g j^ i d d gloom of fear hath glaz'd his eye. . M.MriJses. = 76. And bears him.SAIXT FRANCIS XAVIER. Thou hast obtained eternal rest. ' I his dy-ing No r U.. with such as thee And when I yield my Do thou remember me ] (435) : latest breath. rTSJ- 1 ~r2 . #=ts 3:2: o»I. ^ 1=. -Q. ! The Bosom Oh ! of thy God to be one. 229.CJ' ZiZt A "wm I I Be-neath that lone -ly yon-der shore -PL_£^ 1 "^r 1 ^ head.

Tibique. cum redibit Arbiter In fine Christus saeculi. Audite voces supplicum. quaesumus. (436) Amen. Sancte Spiritus. Vos saeculorum judices.APOSTLES AND EVANGELISTS. 6. Concedat esse compotes. Sicut fuit. sit jugiter Saeclum per omne gloria. Nos a reatu noxios Solvi jubete. Serasque verbo solvitis. Qui templa Coeli Ut. :=z^i7-: ^=76. EXSULTET ORBIS GAUDIIS. ^^^ '^mmm^ Praecepta quorum protinus Languor salusque sentiunt Sanate mentes languidas Augete nos virtutibus. simulque Filio. m". Nos sempiterni gaudii clauditis. Et vera mundi lumina. 230. Patri. . Votis precamur cordium.

with the Son. Igftatius Layoia.J J ' ' P F . : We loose for us the guilty chain strive to break.T r r the earth with let joy re-sound. ^f»>42^ Tr r r earth t oo high can raise O. j .\nd so shall be while ages last. 231.APOSTLES AND EVANGELISTS. : [TraMsiaiioH o/Ou " Extdtet oriis gaudiis. And Heav'n the chant re J ^m - ech - o round . throned in gto - ry dread. ^ M. Prietl \ . J.a-ju-J ^ t i Ye Oh To ! ^f - So when the world is at its end. May we be call'd those joys to see Prepared from all eternity. ^^Ir "r'r"TT*r'r-rT i U rt ^ ^^5^^ itn r Now A fiiaszi: M ' 3s:i3: m r--. I.J^J ^ =??=*= r 5^ S iifc^fcrit # 2. J. t. And Christ to Judgment shall descend. Praise to the Father... Spirit.Stri. ' by T J .hU Knui. Shall judge the liv i "t^^ ^ r - ing r and the dead! -p-r ^ «*= P • * Lights of m S3t *5= ^f=i^ ^ the world for ev - er-more 4^^=H= rr^ .' by Edward CayaxtU. In good confirm us more and more. m m ^ * ^ sup .i glo-rious praise- J. O ye who. J. J T^ =^=* :e J The J„ ipi J J rrr-r-'Tr great A- pos- ties' . .^'^J J iE ?^=rr ^ rr Nor Hea\ 'n nor * — ^B^ -1 . Sickness and health your voice obey At your command they go or stay From sin's disease our souls restore . 6.ytUOratjry q/St. J = 88.pliant pra\-er the -^ close the sacred gates on high At your command apart they fly 1 you j. And Holy in One ages past. As ever was (437) Three in C" SaintE. and strive in vain.PkUif. we pour. ^ J". .

=tP stris na con de no - ^^I -g- A a J. - qui-mus. s = 92. IE ^ a Per mus I - - fi stris..gno .^2. 232.see - sti . vo - ci bus: - r ii. qui - mus. 1 - I G- <S> du gno - cis - set n ^i ad quod.du . I • =^ coe de s - le - li ?2I sti - - qui - - a.spu Tro .cis I .cis gno .eoe gno .cis I . per gno - see..gi-mus: Per.rem 1.ia dc - con no ten - fi i - ?3: Si ten - ti um.cis ad .see ^ I - 22: a.Q- .du . I - a.J i^ :fct T^^ r^r^r-ri Rex glo Au . tt .gno-sce ^ Per-duI - du .a.nus - In ro ten - . mus. mus.J J - - ro ten - ^P^j^^E^^ Qui re . ad quod < g . Per .phae . Qui re-spu Tro-phae-a um.see quod dc - le - sti - li - qui —«5»T -^> I -O^-?^ ad coe de quod le li - sti li - qui mus.a - en - tes sa - era ter - re - a CIS gno see - I ad coe de quod A *t Per-du- pan . - - gno- ad quod coe de - - le li - sti - a. REX GLORIOSE MARTYRUM. ti ^ vo bus ci : - d: en - tes ter sa - era pan - re gi . ^ -g- r^ (438) coe de a:^a Tt ^EI le li - sli - qui ^ I . T 1 Per I - - -<^ du - cis. - du . . M. 1 22: -t^ad coe de quod -«S>- ^? le - sti - qui li - - TJ-j-g-f xz: du gno cis ad see quod a. - li i Per a. <J C First Tutie. - ri - o be - ni se Mar gnam pro - & - - In - 32 P ' 2.MARTYRS AND CONFESSORS. mus. Co Co ty-rum. Per muE.

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-<s>- ad. Mar se -Gf -<3>- r ty rum. r a ter _Z£2JI±_lf —— 3i: =^ sit gloria. Parcisque Confessoribus Tu vince nostra crimina. Nunc.M. J P = 76. - -C2.< 23: :?2: ri rJ •?:?" -!©- zz: -iS>-^ P ^^ -i--. Spiritu Paraclito. (Second Tunc. :s: ^ t Per -ci. Amen.A. -£2- zt A J-d-T ^ h Qui re - :g: tes s] jycr -o- fe^^E ^^ ^ ^ _QI :|g= G< j^fl ^ Tu protinus vincis inter Martyres. Intende nostris vocibus Trophaea sacra pangimus Ignosce quod deliquimus. soli Filio. (440) r L Aiicittit Ca/holie Melody. WS: I Rex 3* rrc — o glo J" I -U-^ ^E^ 2a: -o- =F I. Hymn "I J . Largitor indulgentiae.-] :v2t Co ClgL ^ 3=t I I ti I ^^ -Q- -Q. et per omne saeculum. Aurem benignam - 4. Patri Ej usque Cum 1=2: 33: ^^ Deo du men le -Qf.

Who dost to ^ iT joys ce - les - tial bring n J^Y^A ^-^ 1=21 ! i j '' I i- 221 f^ \ 1^1 . Thou dost amid Thy Martyrs fight Thy Confessors Thou dost forgive May we find mercy in Thy sight. *>- ToZ -/ ^^--= 7-- f?) vy 1 1 1 i ^3 rj ! r2 rri J "T • r -p- o \ yj 1 1 1 I j •''. To 1 .. Amen.f^ sors the crown and r> prize ^ L . to Thee .REX GLORIOSE MARTYRUM.^ "^-^' ' 1 — f\J ^ ! c> . While everlasting ages men. 1 rj r:* 1 1 ^^ 1 i ^_^ ^ vv 1 I By all the praise Thy Saints have won By all their pains in days gone by By all the deeds which they have done Hear Thou Thy suppliant To God the Father glory be. people's cry. p v^i>' / S>5 ^p* i ¥ rj 1^ r* P 1 1 h C-^ i t 1 1 ^ES] .rious tyrs' - i 1 Of con - fes - 1 I Z n Z (W. I. And to His sole-begotten Son And glory. the King! glo. • ^©- _^^^ r ^ ^ ' rj 77 ^ p— Mfe •<r.rf'y 1 1 1 Mar Thou. 9 ^-^K (^ A " f-* -^ rzt p-* joys earth or des - A pise 5? ^ o r^ i 1. (^^? >r 1 "S 'f-» J2- 1 i *. 233. (441) . . And in Thy sacred presence live. . C Translation by HJ-xard Carwall.' »gj -^ f 1 ' ! 1 rj rj f3 m r:\ F-i ! 1 —<&-*^^ o C? -| <=> 1 1 1 Those who the 1 (W. Priest~\ J «J tite Oratary ofSt. /-r\ t U'' o. run. Holy Ghost.-J r'j <r> ! -I rJ ' ! ri *> 4fr-] '™ ("r^' J i^ ' 1 ^.. Q . PJi Uif A'^rj.

M. Redemptor. 234. Mor -<^-hr^ J. Et bestiarum dentibus Armata saevit ungulis Tortoris insani manus. Ter ro mjwm pro re - san vi - cto sae .CHRISTO PROFUSUM SANGUINEM. bJ .J- J ^ Lae I I coe - P2- 0^^¥ mdiz - !_ P =r=P=T mr-k:^ sum j-T- -c:. men. Sanguis sacratus funditur Sed permanent immobiles Vitae perennis gratia. :?2: -<s^ Traduntur igni Martyres.=L . ^ ^SEp # vo pos bus. Te nunc.1 .^ spre - . H CL. Nudata pendent viscera. ^ cor - 1 I Di -gnam-que ri po - - tis sa tis se qua Vi tarn be at S lo - crae com n ^ J. rum VIC - n - nem gui - tis -G>- to I Mar Et Poe cu . J i = 72 "P 1. i I fu -<s»- I y-i • ^=A - * ^ T^ I - mur am ^^ am lau - re - pen - di - A J o. quaesumus. Chris to 2. Ut Martyrum consortio Jungas precantes servulos In sempiterna saecula. ris. dent. ( - 442 ) Amen. • . -Trr nis - - ty que l^-ppb*-^ £21 1^ rJ rJ I I ^ 32: "i 1 as.

in the grace Of endless life secure 5- Saviour. (443) . A ponion with Thy Martyr Saints. Through all etemitj^ Amen. Of Thy dear clemency. 3- Consign'd to raging Or flatty^ ruthless beasts a Thdr pr^. to ns vouchsafe.235. Martyrdom's Etenud joys to gain. CHRISTO PROFUSUM SAKGUINEM. Their blood for Jesus poar'd we their glorious dietaries And infinite lewaiid* Siog Treading the worid beneath. SfNnning the Twas theirs. Sing we the Martyrs blest. tender flesh by savage hooks Tom piece by piece away 4- Their vitals hanging fixth Unmoved they still endnre Unmoved continoe. bod^-'s pain. in brief space.

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Spiritus artas. Hac ho nour. 4- Wherefore to him we 4- Noster hinc illi chorus obsequentem Concinit laudem. Qui super Totius mundi seriem gubernat Trinus et Unus. howsoever stricken.. Ut piis ejus prectbus juvemur Omne per ae\-um. -^zz: 32: di - -<s>- =ST - thy lae e at last. Three Persons Amen. lowly..it be to wear for • J. Cujus. j^^^. Always be His.. lau P' the po pu - li lov ing - ly per do ' ' ^ fe^ ^^ i I Z2^ 22: i ^^ iZBz: 322Z: or hem. 1 (445) C First Tune. far-seeing... coeli solio coruscans. dent. atque virtus. ob praestans meiitum. celebresque palmas. One God. 5- Sit 6alus Healing and power. it been thro' his sublime deserving Poor human bodies. WTio shining in the highRuleth and keepeth all the worlds' vast decus. 22: ^ss ±xt Loving.-f ^ p -' f ' ?j^^ p I Quern Whom all dant. Viribus morbi domitis saluti sickness Restituunter. —Front an Second Turn. raise the solemn chorus [triumph Chanting his praise and his surpassing So may his pleading help us in the battle All through the ages. humilis pudicus. ® ^ gered Life's fitful breathings. —SfanisA. Broke and cast off the bondage of their Oft hath fre- quenter Aegra quae passim jacuere membra. Qui pius. Wor J. modest-minded.- :g: m ^ 9 t«=tt cau w des. illi. tions. tus me was found • r 73- m . ' Amen..^ divinely. Sobriam duxit sine labe vitam So kept he well an even course unstained Ever while in his firame of manhood lin- Donee humanos animavit aurae. pnidens. grace and beauteous honour [est. I ~\ .

Is - te Con I. =92. ' J J r r . J J =n^ .M. J (Third Tune. Wor J J - li . ^ J J re tran - i iLr /•~ w se seen - - 4ij des. J iEi^ nsT- me - ru - all J it found to wear be for - a ev - tas - er e lae thy at last di - - ^ - ^3 r-^^ Scan Glo de .M: -J- i— 2i - on the Lord's true wit- J $. dent. i I I.pu per or - bem. This is the ^a ^=^ ^ ^ - fes - Do -mi sor. J J I ^-^-^-^^^^ A C^' —«s>— men. day where - co -ni. . ' (446) ^ t J -^ J tT^ ^^ . - len d 1- j J 1 - dant po . Hac tions lov -ing-ly do ho - nour.re ry tran- ry jj — ^^ tus was ^ de -» the J^ M ^ T^ e - -J--J- T T -X2L pi j J f=^ na Quem Whom ^ rr J 1 I lau tes ness.

Ruleth and keepeth all the worlds' vast order. Qiai super coeli solio coruscans. pnidens. 3- been through his sublime deserving Poor human bodies. well an even course unstained Ever while in his frame of manhood lingered So kept he Life's fitful breathings. Healing and power. modest-minded. precibus juvemur Omne per aevum. One God. Three Persons ! Amen. 1447) . far-seeing. 3- Cujus ob praestans meritum. saluti Restituuntur. celebresque palmas Ut piis ejus . humilis. Sit salus illi. 4- Wherefore to him we raise the solemn chorus Chanting his praise and his surpassing triumph So may his pleading help us in the battle All through the ages. pudicus. Who shining in the highest. howsoever stricken. grace and beauteous honour Always be His. Loving.Qui pius. lowly. Broke and cast off the bondage of their sickness Oft hath it Healed divinely. Totius mundi seriem gubernat Trinus et Unus. Sobriam duxit sine labe vitam Donee humanos animavit aurae Spiritas artus. 4- Noster hinc illi chorus obsequentem Concinit laudem. Viribus morbi domitis. frequenter Aegra quae passim jacuere membra. decus atque virtus. Amen.

(448) r Fourth TuHt.^V - - -'^ Scan de .a found to wear for ev J. - £=:^ & Copyright 1902 by Boosey Qui pius. Amen. howsoever stricken. ~\ . celebresque palmas Chanting his praise and his surpassing So may his pleading help us in the battle Ail through the ages. prudens. humilis pudicus. . q^^ ^^^^ 1\iiQe. 5- Healing and power. 3- been thro' his sublime deserving Poor human bodies. grace and beauteous [est. frequenter Aegra quae passim jacuere membra. saluti Restituunter. ?ui super otius precibus juvemur Omne per aevum.len on the Lord's true wit - - - TT I tes ness. ob praestans meritum. solemn [triumph chorus Noster hinc illi chorus obsequentem Concinit laudem. dent.) 96. coeli solio coruscans.= M. honour Always be His.. Broke and cast off the bondage of their Oft hath Cujus. Quem pi Whom all - e the . Sobriam duxit sine labe vitam s>- U ^ ^ A — Co. mundi seriem gubernat Trinus et Unus.ry tran. Persons \ Amen.—SfartUh. J f^ p I (FourhTune.1 1 des.re se Glo . P2I ? Q I 32: i^l: I me-ru-it be .UJ^3^ J-^J A J r k Do mi -ni. Viribus morbi domitis. modest-minded. Who shining in the highRuleth and keepeth all the worlds' vast order. Donee humanos animavit aurae Spiritus artus. it sickness j^^^j^^ divinely. I - the day where is U ^44i-4 - *: ::—c^ ^. 4- Wherefore to him we raise the Ut piis ejus Sit salus decus. lowly. men. illi. atque virtus. fes I sor iv^i 1 co . r\ ! - This rtr Con ste . Loving. So kept he well an even course unstained Ever while in his frame of manhood lingered Life's fitful breathings. far-seeing.seen tas er rj J ati53=: 1^.

-J-J^. Quae so . 288.- -J-. sT ^ - Vir CO ~^m -w--^m 32: i ^—a-M^ Spon Quae so . J i CORONA VIRGINUM. mi - a.la num. iE ^i^^=^ ^ - ptus ter cho - il la con - ci re is Vir - gi ^-^ Haec m 22: - pit. J- num. Qui SU.JESU. I (449 ) . M. r^ ^B^ :^ 1.la Spon sus de ^ r Ma - ac prae CI - pe. CO per-gis ro - na Vir in - ter li fSP" - Quem a> Sc ii^^ . Sponsus de vo - sis - ta cle - mens que red - dens j_i go. Je 2. J. rus. = 76.

r ^Af (450) ^ ^ - - .s ^ pT^^TT 3.pre . Quo Te - 3 zaz: -pI cum -que ten de . \ ^- - - :p? -<^r^ ces per vul nis -=l- so ne J.sci ^ =?=- IZZ 22: r 1 quun - stris tur ut at que lau - di ad das sen - si bus bus. No > i -P_*^(IL I I :?3: :?2: Post te ^ Ne. re . A m ca - ' Post te ca Ne-sci-re J. J r - - sque dul ti o ^ [- . Vir gi mur sup pli J- ^^^ S -^- :P=^ :pz: J - nes Se ces. 4.ca - dis. pror siis. :12: 22: ^r =s Hym - no Cor - rup J m ^^ . ra. igL.P-^Pi IP- I 1 - nen tes.^Jt ^M^-^ nant. -Q.

Fi - li 3^ ^ I ^ jd lul ^ I ^F=r '^-' W^ >' -^ J-J- ^. ^s -*^' '-^ '10W - cu t^i - lo 1 I rum - I ! L V sae k ! 1 dii^^ m ^ nr la. J. - ria. ^1 ' cli -^J- Pa cto - J J ' ri^ :^ I san '> cum T— I J tri - ^^4.4. Bt rJ IvJ 1-^ IvJ to. ^ 1 1 -r- ^F^^-rJ wrii- 1 1 f^S 1 J \ ' ' ri - —-j-i— : 1 1 ^ ! 5. nor.JP'-'^-c?- (451) ^ Plain L Chant Melody^ hannmi^ti^ ^> iViUiatn B<aU. In sae ^^1 Q - 1 r^ t g^^?H^ - t ! ' cu e^=^ . * ^ 1- - 1 U-r ^ J m • «_*_J? . :z2i ^ - I'll' Laus. - glo laus.—— glo >^1. De ^ H=^?^ W = t-T^l glo De ria - ^ Pa o. J . honor. ho tus. Vir ^^-4= ^^h 4. vir-tus.

- A r^ -^ O Purity divine. coequal For evermore Paraclete in earth . And hymns to Thy high glory sing.^ wo of - man. 239. O glorious King. ^^ ^E^^ -*—ai- ^ ^ Mo - i ^r gin Vir J. M. All honour.' = g6. li=s Dear Crown of m^4=F^-^ the all Vir ^#=^ - Son f ho r gin choir! That j:j- r- r - . Amid the lilies Thou art found . in A men. the Father. * lone - -. m . J i -^-^' r f f r ' 1 1 I I I I - ^ ^t= ther and -J Vir O ri Encircled by Thy virgin band. Philip Neri. and the Son. From To God . And purify our souls for Thee.kind. Keep us. J (452 ) r L From the Popular Hymn "I J and 7une Book. !=#= 3t=il: *=^=i . I. 1 and Heaven. Amen. . praise be given With Thee. glory. For Thy pure brides with lavish hand Scattering immortal graces round. C Translation by IldTvard CarwatI. Mo-ther's ly J-JL ! I — pr -| I I :lfc± r=^f=f=r Who ! a is. Virgins upon both gin I one. And still wherever Thou dost bend Thy lovely steps. every least corruption free Our every sense from sin refine. Thy steps attend. Priestl o/tht Oratory a/ St..JESU CORONA VIRGINUM..

240.gi mt7\ J * ^ - quos Pa li le - - ^ s I _o mi CO r t r in tes. =S=*= T=^^=r^ . Quos coelo Deus advocat. 1 _ An ^^r 1^1 Jf mus «J I 1 rae tu li - 4• 1 i r^ p - * 11 '*' . Cus r- s to - - i I a des ho •j a mi - — * num - J- I III' - psal J^-J— Na - ^J lira. . Sanctae sit Triadi laus pia jugiter. kermonisnltjXichattu Calrj. L J . Cujus perpetuo numine machina Triplex haec regitur.OUR GUARDIAN AX GELS. Avertens patria de Ardens Tam invidia. custos igitur pervigil advola.'''— 1— r- 1 i I -«- • i ^-^ ' Ne sue - cum be - ret ^ 1 _ - # i^ i I 1 ho sti - bus. II. Concessis merito pulsus honoribus. (453) Amep. 2 •' r m 1 ^i T an - ti II 1! 1 bus - I Q 1 . CUSTODES HOMINUM. * di — m m ^ r los. rPlaiu Cluatt. W". : -*- si - - di dit. I. 4. ^ "^^^h. quam requiescere Quidquid non sinit incolas. Nam quod corruerit proditor Angelus. I ' m fj 1 stis id- ter - i i 1 Coe -i ge - I t m m m * • *J . eujus in omnia Regnat gloria saecula. pellere nititur Hue tibi credita morbos animr.

of patience. nor Mary's love. Of everlasting Amen. And thou wilt hang about my bed. if spared to stay Within the golden furnace. as thou hast blest. My faithful friend. And Thy wings . 241. each budding year. When my release shall come Thy gentle arms shall lift me then. life is ebbing low When 6. GUARDIAN ANGEL. . hither. shall waft (454) me home. Mine. when I stand before the Judge And mine. be mine. since that from his glory in the skies Th' Apostate Angel fell. till My sin is burn'd away. what time He framed The infant child of dust. When first I . Of doubt. For. bend thy blest wing. My Thou wast my sponsor at the font And thou. And blest. that shall Unfailing. mine. evermore he To drown Then tries our souls in Hell. Whom To Against our scheming foes. and of gloom. watchful Spirit.CUSTODES HOMINUM. hast been ever at my side Maker to thy trust Consign'd my soul. mine from the hour drew my breath oldest friend. Burning with envy. 242. to my death Didst whisper elements of truth Into my childish ear. Whose Praise to the trinal Majesty. glory reigns beyond the utmost length days. Our country's Guardian Avert her threatening That hindereth her ills expel each thing . Has known my being. as thou hast known. O Brother of my soul. Thou My Nor patron Saint. The jealous sleepless foe. rest. we Praise those ministers celestial the dread Father chose be defenders of our nature frail. . This mighty fabric sways Whose strength . The dearest and the best.

Yes But when. 1 _^ • ^ y G> r^ $< ^^ must thou be. . ' &— ^ i " <0 „ ing - J 1 -' _ ^. = 72. I ~rj:z2i 1 1 Q*.. ! not. (455) Copyright 1900 by Boosey cast L & Ca L.2£i. ^_ 1 f(*.-atchest patiently. But when I sleep. thou art there. M. thou sleepest But v. love me. Thy me ! too. O sweetest thought my side. rr ty guil —g- ^vTetch r like ^ grS^E ^i :g: when I pray thou prayest Thy prayer is all for me beautiful and shining face see not.. »fR. J - rFnmi a M^. 1 ./ tif^. 1 To leave ?5 "^ J ^ f guard . 243.-. D. Pjiui/ fieri. . 1 '-^1. tFrtderidt WiltiatH Fabtr. ^ P s^^ An Dear I. Then in J-J ^ s r p f -' ! I A > -f ^ !1 1 8-^ - 4 * Is ever at 1 love me. dt FtarsmU I ofWiUsbritlst. though so near The sweetness of thy soft low voice I am too deaf to hear. be . Something there is within my heart Ah me how lovely they must Whom God has glorified I Which tells . "S ' f ^' K-r Heaven to ! 1 ^j •I 1 il 1 . Yet one of them. *^ ^i. dear Spirit! I kneel down Morning and night to prayer.. i « »—S F *> thy home ir-}- S r i lov NL1^»S . J . Angel dear And I will love thee more And help me when my soul is Upon the eternal shore. A'^t X'J - j " —& rj . gel ev ! my er - ^^ ISll How side. PriesTK */the Oratory .D.THE GUARDIAN ANGEL..

-^"^^1 rW^ .rn-T^y^'r'f r While tears that have J ^^iTi J r ' -^^ — J~J ^ r \ And - -^- ' 1* r — r Are tran-quil -iy . 244. . H - J ^iJt£=^ 1 J dis ^-— ^^rtr=f^f=r -7--— i -g- the dead live ^i-i i^pp 1 pain uj f JI-' i/(^b^. J i^ I.1 ^K . Ifl'i' 1 a - J J /^A r ' D ' ' gain r til ling.J. par - ted. THE MEMORY OF THE DEAD.J.THE MEMORY OF THE DEAD.- |- In hearts that love J. ^ J no i ' '1 (456) J 'r J ' ' r 1 is fill ^11 - ing. .^ * Of those think U: i — — —PP3 — r r r r^ .der - ed : :f=:^ ? f=r=r heart - /Ol rt=i^~1- F-fH. it is 1 J -J- ^^t4 sweet to J J i "— . Q r-f^rr Oh.J. ^ <g ' - V-"fTo /-^-M^ r • - I . = M. 88. . that are 1 r r I -^ • J I . - -J — . — s de - J J J-^J r r'. While murmur'd ^K A - ves sinl si -lence ten.

. - 1- j^^^.. to God more blindly. home above. 3. ! : kindly. you. possesses many dead In their dear Lord's caresses. V. . 4- They whom we Attract us Who loved on earth now to Heaven shared our grief and mirth Back to us now are given. He mourns not seasons Who now Treasures of in Him fled. Pritif\ trust . And their soft touch hath cut Full many a chain that bound us.^ „ . they are more our own.D. Yes. 5- Oh dearest dead To Him— be to I With grudging Heaven sighs we gave doubts forgiven Who took you there to Now get us grace to love save you Your memories yet more Pine for our And [FrtderUi lytUCsti Fabrr. They move with noiseless foot Gravely and sweetly round us. Since now they are God's only And each one that has gone Has left our heart less lonely.Yet not as Of in the earthly ties days we love For they are touched with From light that is them raj's above them : Another sweetness shines Around well-known features their God with His glory signs His dearly ransomed creatures.

c3t 2± 5/iii CAo. Fine. 245. .FOR THE DEAD. Chorus. Unison. M. Good Je . help! ^S^ ^fEfe which Thou sweet Je ^ hast made. the souls 3»-rf C/»o. Help. . ad s W^ lib.su. ^ = m ^ 72. aid su. -G>—-i~ Gi- (458) 22. 4d=^=j ^tz^ debt un 1-^1 - paid Of sins ^ com - mit - ed here. - The The 1>S: / m^ m ^WPed. Lord.

Their sa -^2L cross help sub - les^ - Thy high be cred zeal to hest is bum a - And jus-ticehas 'i^ way Dis . rem by - nant of Thy own Th- woe great Name.1. ~^^ - r^ dim. m (459) [ lyiUiam Srarell.fig ure-ment and done. m The Oh. Those ho Oh. - - j^ - lime. Un will. Their sign'd in hope a I heart "and - mid their . by - ly souls. ness.tQ :?z . "] . they suf their pa-tience of - fer on. 2. Re - de-lay.ig: =?z: . til - pam.

lands o'er love dis . saith the Spirit.THE FAITHFUL DEAD.^JN .1 left ^=?V ^9 Je . sweet their rest In bowers of Paradise they meet. k/ >—N• . Secure beneath their Saviour's Feet Nor fear the trump that soon shall all Before the throne of judgment call. grave their clay -4 J> .sus sleep the Christian Fold. grows dim. in ^ no sigh. Bartukew. Angel sings that they are blest. of their joy. ni fy. ^^ J^ will their And Thee Lord the O them. Tho' 2. Yea.^ J . And them in Thee. is cold. -J--^"-^\J. J . i dead 1/ The faith-lul They have not ^^r^^f^ 4r: > 1/ to the -o- Nor dies in the tomb their blest em. ^^ II -*K While rest their bo Com-pan-ions of i i—y:.J- -J- . And faith when earth is old. To gather light and kindling there. Let Christian footsteps softly tread Where lie beneath the faithful dead And oft let Faith and Love repair. in --L ^ -J- -7—w- p rfr-J^-iM^ ^S ^. we mag J. in ^S J J J Un-fad-ing : Still ^ J- iC ^^^^tS^^ rr^- we r?^ let their - mem'ry are shar -ers bloom. ^^^ No more 1. [ J their - \^=^V—0—T-p An ] :3z^ M*^" r-r gar / T In evil days. 246. ^ = 72. :^^ .ploy. (460) C. dust. more to weep. R.trust That strews its Lord Most High. and love is cold. CampbtU. . M.

vered.) ^^=^^ turn 1 zz: " <Q Je - Mo-ther!tum.. gal I ?-^^ .. J? 1 I for K! m J. --^ The r r harbour j _C2_ <^^ "^^^ (461) r>Q r i ^ k/ i-^ of their rest is neared J^4"JXJ I . -m -z ^ .THE QUEEN OF PURGATORY. T^ m^2^ i p to Him by His J- -^ ^ r>^ 1 ' I . J — 72.'^ ^ burn This hour a- ly Souls that Ki frr- mid the cleansing flames. "^^ J # * 231 life's un 22: - cheer-y fnight. ^^?-^^ . ^ M. af 1 ^ - ter ^ ^^--fW-i 1 1 ! ri%d=i 1 - ?-v. call. r ten-d"rest 1 ' ^^T^^ . lant izsd 1 re*): - i^ ggj. -1^.22: I fight :g: < 'n death's cold arms they In . I I I -f^ names Pray ! I the rj f^ Ho - ^^ ^ J 2. And sus.^ 1 1 O I. Ah I thev have fought a — 1 \J A r :>\ > ^q — -i u ri J ^.^ ' i per 1 - se G... And. (First Tune. ^ -. 247.

Pray then. as He looks.—Cathelie TFrtderick tVUliam Fabty. God waits thy prayers. His Bosom burns With Calvary's dear thirst again. Ah me Ah O Mary ! And they have fought a gallant fight In death's cold arms they persevered ! after life's uncheery night. The harbour of their r r - rest is neared. all look to thee r First Tutu. In wondering adoration brood. 1 6. J 72. BEB 0-^=^ the love of Jesus yearns O'er that abyss of sacred pain. ^S^ B And. Second Tune. Priest! 0/ the Oratory 0/ St.= MIS M. And. 4"^ I / Copyright 1900 by Boosey & Co. ! let thy Son no more His lingering Spouses thus expect children to their God restore. J . Hymn Uited^.D. (Second Tune. for Was wedded And Angels to them by His o'er their destiny He Blood . ^ mid the cleans-ing flames. D. Mother turn. for He hath made Those prayers His law of charity. as thou hast ever prayed Angels and Souls.) p ^f I. God's And to the Spirit His elect. JPhUip Neti. O turn mm^=^ to Je J- J - - i Him His by ten - ? names d'rest Pray ^IS for the :t==t= ^^^ #tfe^ Ho - Iv Souls that O ^ hour This burn ^ T r a turn to Jesus.. Spouses of Christ they are. J \ . J —German. And ther! ^ ::pc call Mo sus. call Him by his tend'rest names Pray for the Holy Souls that burn This hour amid the cleansing flames.

HYMN OF INTERCESSION FOR THE DEAD. III From your pri . ward I sist- p^ ^ 111 ance to I I Oh would ! I I could lend you ^ I m As ?<s^ I ^^^^=^=1 rill 1 fly. . "f. 248. From their misery freed. ' Ye souls 52. remember. restore them To favour again. CraUs. - i t-^ I i 1 I nal - fi T—r -7-^ are shut Lord '. To your pa - 'U I :g: -ia lace on high 1 jCL fg^ 9-V r^ O Father of mercies Thine anger withhold These works of Thy Hand In T hy mercy behold Too oft from Thy path They have wander'd aside But Thee. their Creator.29. They never 1 tender Redeemer Their misery see Deliver the souls That were ransom'd by Thee Behold how they love Thee.PKUipNerL J (463) r yos. .ful! "111 rr I J- "?3 nx T I re - J^^J. C Translation by Edtoard CasTvall. Remember. In the hour of need.But as yet Ssz: From ycur ! 2=2: in the i^ ^ ^£t S^ r r r I I.^^ fei^r^ziS: out I Who sleep of the faith. M = 60.low. in return.son be . Priesl~\ o/auOrat9ryo/:it. To you will be friends . All ye 1 who would honour The Saints and their Head. . Despite of their pain Restore them. To pray for the dead And they. \ . denied.

DIES IRAE DIES ILLA. Quantus tre-mor di es - fu est il - Quid sum mi-ser tunc die Rex tre-mendae ma-jes I ! ^ m SIS Sol -vet la. cem pas i-i- num.rus ? ta-tis. Tu - ba mi rum. Per Cum et..chra get re - gi ere - a tu - ae • ra.rus.mi -J-J izz: r r pul. 3. Quan-do tu.. se hN f^h-^-^ ^1 -* — 0if: w rr I I gens so spar - num.JUDGMENT. m ill 1 Di es ii-ac. 4. Y-\ :^: Si ^t— r- ^SEi^ ^ TY r I I I te Da - vid cum Si-byl Cunc-•ta stri - cte dis- cus-su - rus ! Cum vix jus tus sit ? Sal va me tons pi Tes- - - la..- T=?=M^ ft (464) .. Re cor - da 10.. di sti las <&i r —> - sus : sur Quod sum cau Re . Unison. se - cu - rus e - ta - tis. Je su pi - e. o tu J- sus: . num tro van - I I ' sal-vos gra-tis. 249. Quern pa Qui sal ss SJ dJ m ^1 l_^ IV_| sae clum dex Ju ro-ga. na- tu - ra..tu-rus? dos - fa-vil-la: in est ven-tu-rus...J. Mors stu - pe bit.de. - Quaerens me.. o.. - tu. ae. .

quo to-tum con-tiquid la . Pre-ces nis ab-sol -vi - sti. 11.i! J 'J ' J i I -_^-^ I 1 Co- get Ju di - - Ne me Tan-tus i J s ' ' nes an ti re-spon -su - ra.di .ni cre-mer ig .si ru -bet vul -tus J I . te la sit cas-sus. Qui Ma-ri- 14.di Sed tu bo - nus fac be-nig-ne.J ^ I . ap . Ki U =^3 (465) 1 1 CJ g=hi-^ i I ^ J -*J. Et ^s-'f' S Ki m- n r\ -sti. Quid o nis. par-ce De-us ^ ^ — I am meae non sunt dignae —•J I I I — J—J—J m m ^^ • a I -^- Q # I im I i I la tro - nem ex -au. ren .ti - di - rr 1^ "p" r I I I ce - tur re-ma-ne-bit ra - ti - o - 13. In ^ -»^ I tur - fe Li Ju Ju I J ^ - -i&- '-r I -* pro ^ om V tan ' can iJ3Z=E 5Sg J i I fac pa re - mis .sti.ne.tum di em - can . 5. - J J.que spem de . 1 I m r r- ' Un de mun. .dus ju Nil i An te Sup - pli- nul.tet. la il - - non thronum. Do re se - ti - - quam re - J 1^ "M'-l - - - ber scrip er go ste ju dex ge -mis - -rj J tus - dex CO. J J <i 1 cum ul In de bit. per das bor di • e.pa num - Cul us: m - 12. 6. Mi Ne I I - hi pe - quo. • ^ -^^—^ JZ ' I I I .

0.#. Et ab hoedis -!—I— 1 1 1 rrIn-ter o 15.. ' 17.ri-bus ad-di -ctis ^ I . - ves lo - ma Con-fu-ta-tis - le di - t Flammis ctis. J J J r -^ - . J J J -iiJ-J. . : ^^^ f^r—p- 18. -^- i 1K=^21 tl sequestra. ^^E - me J :pd=p ^-^ :fcq==t Sta-tu Vo - - ca ens in me cum par-te dex-tra. be m=^=^ i::^L — — - ne - di - J itiztf: ' ^ O -I ac f ? Ge f ' f cu -ram —— 1 cli nis.plex ro - :5& ctis.. 16.g J •' —— — -a go i cum praesta. - *l^^ re - - r I me - i Cor con -tri -turn qua ^ - fi nis -i -i-"J A TT- I i et . ac. La-cry - mo - sa Hi—rrn^' ^F=F=[ (466) . sup. ^ - si ——— ci - nis I- i .

(467) 1 t I fr y 1A_ I S: * iro - r-i-^-r-fT# cr I ! ' er . Pi : i e • Je - su Do I do ^^ J ' I - na e 1^ - is. . re - sur fa ~ i 1 H^-^^ g ^ 33: ^ I ig.. —&- ~m Friar Thonms oyCt'^HO..r TT I -p. i par - d Ji I vil - Ti -1 i I » s hS»- P I I ex get - -Sr ^^ T^ ^1 I A ^ CPtmOt Chant. I .^ ^jf^ "cr di es - - il Qua la.. re De ce us - 20.. 3. E£ ^^' . J_^ SS5 ^^=?2: t ^ > Hu-ic us.. ~l J .. kanuHistd ty Sickolai Gattj. T ' g? i 1 i - mi - ne.-pr I 1 re -qui - ^ ^^^1 em. ^ Ju -di-can I I - mo ho dus. - T=rT-^ i !a.

Thou me ! 18. Thou mighty God on high Ah. O gracious Lord. and my Friend. So dost Thou give me hope of grace. free. God. gentle Jesu. The written book shall be outspread. Who savest. 'Twas me Thy weary footsteps sought. And take the thief to Thine embrace. O pray. And raise me to Thine Own Right Hand. my contrite heart I rend. 250. nothing unavenged remain. whom Thou Thou Fount of Pity. save Ah ! I cursed foes are put to shame. cry. To try the living and the dead. Let not such labour come to nought. and word. with Thy blessed call my name! plead. O day When The Remember. too great to pay. What shall my guilty conscience And who for me will intercede. of weeping. my Father. given o'er to biting flame. The last loud trumpet's spreading tone. attain. My ransom on Thy cross was bought. 17? Prostrate. My cheeks shame's burning livery wear. day of woe. Thy suppliant spare 13- As Thou Nature and Death with fixed eyes.DIES IRAE DIES ILLA. The day of wrath. all Give grace. or I Shall burn in fires that never die. that Judge Whose searching sight When comes Brings thought. (468) ! ! . My God. To summon all before the Throne. When even Saints forgiveness need King of tremendous majesty my Grant me among Thy sheep to stand. And When unworthy be 16. Cancel my debt. Mary's sin efface. To plead before the last assize. " Spare me. Shall see the trembling creature rise. Shall thro' the place of tombs be blown. terror shall the soul affright. From outcast goats my soul disband. Shall all the world in ashes lay. Before the last accounting day. For me Thou walked'st on life's way. Do not forsake me in the end. As David and the Sibyl say. Grant to them all eternal rest Amen. I savest. Saviour blest. Though Then shall the Judge His Throne And every secret sin arraign. Confound me not on that last day. Till did'st 14. What Just Judge of recompense. Jesus Lord. and deed to light My groans a culprit's heart declare. I pray. And all that it contains be read. Spare me. that dreadful day. rising from his pyre below sinner to his Judge shall cry.

Let Thy wheels no As the cleaving crowds And one dread 5g (469) Copyright igoo by Boosey & Co. . ger stay. = 66. - n ty hills J- ^ iw^ J.THE LAST 251. Sends each soul to either side Lord of Mercy How shall I that day abide ? Lord of Mercy rr^a Come to Judgment. ! ! O - ! Adjudication Rise Ion Sign of Safety see it lightening.^ r ^ T'i^h^^ ^i Lo DAY. J faj^j 3S3* I. Rise S)^ Sj 4 J. Once the Cross of crimson shame And with heavenly lustre brightening divide. f^ OLord! m m m I I I t-j« m On ThyG!o-ry all 'f^^ ^ hi. ! J J and dreadful day i i to Judgment.n * y 1 rr are boa .J -/ \dL I r.ry * last ^ *v I—t- I I in — 0. -IJ- that last long Separation J- j^-Mm ! Lord ! in all Thy glory amaranthine Throne Thousand thousand worlds adore Thee From the centre to the zone Hail Emmanuel Hail Emmanuel! Let our hearts be all Thine own ! ! ~\ m Those who suffered in its Name Mighty Millions! Mighty Millions! Radiant with their wings of flame On Thine r MaUheio Bridga.1 ! \ ^=^ ' ^ # it's melt a - q" way J-^J • J ^^ ^^ Lo f r 3S i Come ! Trembling ere they J„. ! .i ! ^^ j- the the lof J J. il a J. M.

j^p^ij^ §p=5 fu-ry Is ^- ^> ^ r nations Are sins of all to o'er- full £rtd. . And empty their vials Of vengeance on man backward — roll backward. And their Maker's commandments Roll 1 In silence expire Prepare to perform To punish the guilty. /JOJ. htortKCt.IJ: is from God The of His floor : ^ . Its clouds disappear In the Red Robe of Scourging To trembling turns." hy Padre r itatthew BH^gts.) i^^^^ipS^Sip :fa-N~N- The Wine-press-the Wine-press. (Isaias 63.FJLg4t^g^^H^gzk^^. flow-ing. . IVaddinetOH. Has ransom'd His people.^j\ . To utter the Ban. Fork'd flashes of lightning Illumine the skies. r The be trod! to ^ :5cq? m now ^ —And the blast ii- e-s=N* • of r - ' • His an iM-v - ^ Fromhea-ven ger 11 1 P K ^^ t' K_. 1 One drop of this Purple Which Jesus has spilt. J (470 wammaria Casiiii. P. The Voice I. 252. blots out the sentence Triumphant And With Blood on His Hands! 3- — The Angels the Angels They ride on the storm. Thou ocean of ire Ye bolts of bright vengeance.^ blow-ing! is ^1 ~?'^ l The Victim !— the Victim The Thunder—the Thunder. aitnonised by S. And paid for their guilt.t. ! Advocata ptccalorum.f^ ii i ^j^^'^. As the universe brightening In agony dies! is He stands.THE RED ROBE. A Behold firmament burns All Nature in wonder He ! here He looks on the tempest.

HEAVEN. .

^- r r - ter nal - J. Wadding if n. J 72. . L J I ! ! Life eternal seek in Christ alone. ^ How my ter - nal - ^ ^^^ ^F=f^ ^ r e - ter 7" ^ ^^ soul doth that pierce the ^m ^ Life ! =^=r=r Words ! J_J_J_i4ft. Philif Neri. i i ^r I. 263.h-T2g!fz: -1 *"> thee de e f^ I* doth thee soul -y^ de - ^ sire ^ Life eternal Hope Life eternal I will ! Life eternal of hopes to mortal ! grasp thee Life eternal ! man ! Life eternal if I can. Life e -^: 1 i -. 1 J. I :P=T e 7" fire 1 r r Life 3^^ ¥ heart with ! ^^^ i - nal ! Life - sire How mv ! ter nal - te* ^ J * - ^.J. arrang^ed by S. (472) Metody [Hvmn Giovamtnaria by Padre Casini. . = M. Pritit tftlu T Oratory o/St. Life eternal Depth of depth of bliss unknown Life eternal Thee r Edwatd Casv/all.LIFE ETERNAL. P.

The Home of God's elect O sweet and blessed Country That eager hearts expect Jesu. they weep. . fair ocean Thou hast no time.tion thy of ry glo unc-tion to Is the breast. And smiles have no alloy The Lamb is all thy splendour The Crucified thy praise . . 254. with God the Father : . Translation /rom Btrnard "| iloriuix. thine the golden dower. T f And love.RHYTHM OF BERNARD DE MORLAIX. JTZL -r- men . His laud and benediction Thy ransom"d people raise. O O ^ Dear fountain of refreshment To pilgrims far away Upon the Rock of Ages They raise thy holy tower Thine And the victor's laurel. ' I • ' Mine eyes their vi . bright day ! Unite frt and i ^^m m-- ^ I : <3 • ' ' . is O sweet and blessed Coimtry. MONK OF CLUNY. O only Mansion ! Paradise of Joy Where tears are ever banish'd. W^ The ^ .i - cine in sick - ? ness.py name. be . dear Coun . ! . in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest Who art.ry love. ^tiS ^ Lffr nzzr i=W 1 med And . one. Thine ageless walls are bonded With amethyst unpriced The Saints build up thy fabric.hold . I is And Christ. For ve . by Dr. J I rest. T I ' • For thee.try. (473) Spirit. Thy streets with emeralds blaze The sardius and the topaz And life. 5- in thee their rays the comer-stone and ! 3- With jasper glow thy bulwarks. ever blest.ing I. f^^^TTJ ir . NtcUt.g^ls keep Thy hap . Thou hast no shore. M ' = 88. O dear.

o~n' jcL ~ ~ ho - ney blest Sink heart and voice op . oh. Q What joys a -wait us there. 3.neath thy con ..Q }ci-^- .prest. -"- -^--«s>'--^s. 256. I I I I M I. ^.RHYTHM OF BERNARD DE MORLAIX MONK OF CLUNY. I. . -S- ~_~ r) ^^^^ tion - know^ I - ' -^- _ck 1^-p--fJz:^ not 3". . gold - pla With milk and en. (474) ' _^ ^Tf With vviiuiuuK milk ana and no ho - n^y nc blest.) — sa -lem ----.tem J 1^ P ^=^=^ 1 I know I not. Je - ru (First Tunc.^=88. «-»».g3L . What ra -dian-cy of glo - ry.) sa-lem the - Be . ^J What I bliss be-yond corn-pare. M.the gold &"'" - en. Je ' - = ru - (Second Tunc.

sheen. And all the Martyr throng .i=p ^ rr Be-neath thy con-tem A :^ J- P P ' ' know gj i i oh. NtaU. of God's elect O sweet and blessed Country That eager hearts expect Jesu. be-yond com-pare.! zm 1 g ^$ What 1 They ^I n ^ 1 There stand. J (475) . "1 J ~| J . not. The song of them that feast And they. from care released. . those halls of Sion.L. tU Peartaii o/WiUibridgt. For ever and for ever Are clad in robes of white. All jubilant with song. And bright with many an Angel. ^— 1 \ ra ^1 *^ ra 1 1 —n -^ J I 1 1 1 What ra ?^ (ffjil - dian —r 1 1 ' 1 1 -p cy - 1 of 1 1 i 1 < glo ^-J r bliss J . The Prince is ever in them.iSL -fS-^-^ — — ?rs -*-^ — l-r :r^— e-»— prest. Gail Firtt Tutu kymn-b^ok. O sweet and blessed Countrj'. with God the Father The Home And Spirit. Samtd Tune—R. Are deck'd -J- rj ''-' ^. [ rmuizMm by Dr. ^^ 1 _ 1 1 \ 1 is the throne of David And there. The daylight is serene The pastures of the blessed in glorious rJ C> 1 . in mercy bring us To that dear land of rest Who art. ever blest. f=F^ tion Sink heart and voice op H^fc:^ — - rJ- i 1 What jovs -p- ! -o- a -wait us there. — From the St. who with their Leader Have conquer'd in the fight. :72: ^^ d=^ ^i E e> ^3~ M^lA iS: 5 22: I pla - - ri z* :§: —^^ "P' ^^ :s:^ r \ ^! ^. The shout of them that triumph. 22: I S ' 1 i' not know I 1 1 f^i- -^- l~o~~<^ ^ y / ?^- Q ri 321 > -g!.

m ^rrTr^TrrW^ fe w r^ -^=^z qst My I. thirs-ty m i r^^ to de soul re ^i=t - ij£ fresh sires - Q My .J Q rJ Mm J- :=}: - Je i —where joys a-bound.Ion .) M. I Con . (Wrltlen during the Persecution of the Seventeenth Century. ^^ and nev-er cease.ue Q ?^ (476) still.tin. ^ mind of the flesh. :^ J-^ ^^!^ S ru.^::^ . 256. J = 63. ters - — would . :1=± ^ i At heav'n-ly foun - —m—G^ 1 »-s her drought r. 23. i ^ tains f^ri=f would be fain out iO P J^^hFJ r r r r From Ba . r she I zz M M Un - J-T^J^- :g=F to O her home and -JL T^^ n^ ^ town of peace.sa-lem ^i I - P?^ is- r d re -turn. feJEfeH -^ ' 1 r .A CATHOLIC PRISONER'S SONG. pri-son'd Jl ^^mrr^ ^ J^ y * zt Of chains and fet .by .

the battle won. There blustering winter never blows. And heavenly drops of golden showers. without all bound. The depth of wisdom most profound. In number more than man can think So many in a company As love in likeness doth them link. Be watered there with honey dews. arrows from a bow. in whiteness. In swiftness. . The fruit it mellows all the year They have an everlasting spring 3- The pleasant gardens ever keep Their herbs and flowers fresh and green. Their heads be crowned with diadems There all their glorious the glorious Saints do see The secrets of the Deity. The birds do ever chirp and sing. 5- Their clothing is more soft than silk. Nor summer's parching heat doth harm. In lightness. Their faces shining Shoot out like the milk. bud. It never freezes there. more white than Of palm triumphant branches hold. fire. in firmness. The breadth of love. The super-blessed Trinity. snow. . In strength. The field is fought. 4- The glorious Saints there dwellers be.2. The lily white and ruddy rose. The Godhead One. All puissant high sublimity. The trees do blossom. The weather ever temperate warm. steel and brass. In endless long eternity ( 477 [^''ir^:'Z7^&*-'] . The crimson and carnation flowers. The stars in brightness they do pass. nor snows. With girdles gilt of beaten gold They in their hands. in Persons Three. and bear. All sorts of dainty plants At all and fruits times there are to be seen. sun gladsome beams.

lone - ^ ly souls' safe a s*^ =fci ^^^^ ^5^ Our - ^^^^^^^'f^r^-a^ ^^ P =fel^ yon of glee N— rj_i=!K — IS :^-r: :t?=3tz=* J nest I Our lone - ly souls' fe f* safe nest fe^N ^^^^^^^4f^LP P--g FRE 5^^r ^1=5 : Copyright i?99 by Boosey (478) & Co. it m^m s ^=» VT p*^ «=^% r ^E 'J I £^ EEp: Th' un - stin £fe^ - ted der i home 3& -land blest. ^*pp^ — Ah what shall ! be. .) =F=? :p?=^ this poor If IS ^ n^ Organ. so fair - seem - ing. ^ - ing N:: '. PARADISE OF GOD. I. ^ M. I iS ^m -P2= r^ Is ^ teem help-less sor-row with vale.J = 48 Voices IN Unison. (First Tune.THE SURE AND CERTAIN JOYS OF THE 267.

i Zt^XL -?-+ - ^ . admitUd Priest 0/ the Oratory of L SI.C.l I 47Q ) r First Tmve. ! s- =:_ .—Adaptation of a Hywut iietdy \ byC. . L J rSttpnd Tune. J gf Is so fair- i" - f~ 1 Q_ ing i --: ^ '. And Christ our King points out " O sheep astray I Behold the only way ! : 1 Take up your cross with me. and the only Guide Who gain. \. Oh let us leave this valley grey and dreary. betide what will. rj n- 1 1 ing.y. yon City white Of endless pure delight r Translaiiox/rom an Italian Hymn o/~\ Vtkt Itnh century by tht Rci-. vale.- = 84 T M of glee ' i I ' If this unrestful sea of stormy weeping At times is sleeping. to course it o'er and o'er.^ M. ! ^ ^ 1 1 11" 1 m * WW. J (Second Tune. — —H ^U— rf^-2L —^-^ ' rj d t J 4 A- If this J- -1 ^ - V^ 2^— i-iU_H (- poor . and leave the byway. 1- 1 |- — Ah ! A A ^ what shall J. For we are weary with vain journeying. J I .row teem ' i 1 -^-^ 1 m _.O'CoHHer.J . when in vessel frail spread our sail. What peace shall be. calm the sheltered shore We How 'tis a pleasant field where foe so cruel His ancient duel deals relentlessly. I am the Highway. Strattntr. it i^ ^^^^ -«s>- - _. 1 . _ -T-" ^ .ted be. PkUifi Neri in Rome. m • r I.—Hymn Melody by Fratuato -i Sof. when we at last put on Th' eternal crown hard-won If . I I Th' un-stin. m m • i i=g: seem m 2 \ r with helpless sor. tjlS. tdgt.

- hap the I T f" J_^^J-^ feddEE^ ^ ^ffe^^^^ i m M r I ' r py - r land. ' l hearts. M. J j ' -<5>- 321 s i 3^ I Stand ^^ ^r r 1 ev - ^^^iii ^^^ er ijs: the in fc4 "p * rap All light. ture thro' - fj In God's most ho Ty ^ ? - r sight. J loy al - j g ' . ^H i sight. ..PARADISE. Where blest. S J-*—• 7~r" I I.J = 88. 258. ^-L. thro'.. Where 1_J =^=== r rr they tha^ loved are J2A ^B Q - |P±^=S1 — «— —* ' . ^- -le-r- ^1$^^ I and III In God's most :^ :gr I ho i - ly :J: f" (480) Copyright 1893 by Boosey & Co. > and true. O "G^r^r 1^ r I I Pa -ra- ' disc! O Pa - ra - disc Who ! doth not rest r r Who ? would crave for m lf=fr- ?=^ M: r r not T ' seek • -..

D. loyal hearts. Where O loyal hearts. &c. To feel. 1 Where loyal hearts. If'addington. to see Him near ! Where ! loyal hearts. 5- O Paradise O Paradise I greatly long to see The special place my dearest Lord Is destining for me ! ! .PhUifNeri. &c. &c.D. 4- Paradise O ! Paradise ! I want to sin no more v/ant to be as pure on earth As on Thy spotless shore . Stand ever in the light.Priest~\ 0/ t!:e Oratory o/St. arransedby S. O Paradise not be long Patience I almost think I hear Faint fragments of thy song ..2. 1 long to be where Jesus is. In God's most holy sight ? 3- Paradise O Paradise 'Tis weary waiting here . and true. L J loyal hearts. &c. P. Paradise O ! The world Who Paradise ! growing old would not be at rest and free is Where love Where is never cold. All rapture through and througfl. I V mQ-w "t" •• \ ) r"ParaJiso' an /falian Hymn iTelady. \_ . Paradise ! ! I feel 'twill I Where ri-nJti'tdtU''iUla>nFabtr.

no care. [^First T. God. ^ come shall I thee? to -0-' carif^rr-rii. J = ^1 1. Thy windows crystal clear. no toil. CITY. Je - ^ — —P'FP —r~nn^ S R^ tr rm J ' rT~i ru - (First Tunt.—" H' yeriiia. There grow such sweet and pleasant flowers rare. that I ' r "cr Thy gardens and thy gallant walks Continually are green . Thy bulwarks diamonds square. Thy gates are of right orient pearl.' Slani/orlh. S. In thee no sorrow may be found. 'r'rTf I tv'-J.! J i 1 When shall my i ' ^^ . ^^— M.l f 'A sor -rows have an w^^M I ^ Li /I '^F^ end ? Thy joys when Thy walls are made of precious stones. There else are seen.. by II . No grief. trees for evermore bear fruit. O Thy houses are of ivory.J 88. And evermore do . happy harbour of the Saints. Thy tiles are made of beaten gold I nrr e P shall I I I wa «: xw- fc O Exceeding rich and II I ^p=^2t^r2^t^ ! sit. sing. sweet and pleasant soil. spring There evermore the angels And evermore do were there my happy home Would God I were in thee Would God my woes were at an Thy joys that I might see Jerusalem see ^=?2: As nowhere O I <rjj' Quite through the streets with silver sound. ~\ 17th centitry.A SONG OF THE CELESTIAL 259.'ein.TuHt. The flood of life doth flow Upon whose banks on every side. ! ! r Futher Andcrton. sa-lem!my [' hap - II py home! :g: i When -J-* -J--C2.J. The wood of life doth grow. L J (482) end.

^ #ig *' shall my shall a I come to I q S >? B F •f G < ^ shall I ^g^ :?2z.J*ii^ S 22: (483) Coftyright i8g8 by Booscy & Co. I.py home! When home When py - I abt J J ^^ Je r-> sa - zcn 221 Je f=g= f> f^ Je (Second Tune. ^s Soprano 2 do. 1.) - lem! —^ ^^ 1 r r ' I Organ 2 ro>^:.|t When thee? :^ \=T^ ^ i m r-7^ > shall -g<5^ shall g * rz:? When thee? to r-i 1 my sor - rows J-a r. J Soprano I mo. I.:^ ^ -^ I rows - r sor rows - :t5.* sa - - sa —o- r-' my ! hap py home - ! When ^ -- I lem! my hap my hap. = 63. f>^^-O r ' ' I ' ' .Trio for Choir. i^ i Q :g= Q 9-^&shall I come C>- ^^- i&±i:*S=e2==J2 ^IS: g :»^S^ I come to When thee? my sor . m M.. s Alto. -s> ru - ru - m - ru - t7 lem - . .

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Thy bulwarks diamonds square. ^ f=?r 1221 £: i — be :^ ES e jCZ f ^ a^Kc \ i"" J / end. trees for evermore bear And evermore do sound. The wood of life doth grow. As nowhere Thy houses are of ivor>'. J sit. rr Exceeding rich and found..'/nmaldtktrtjtk-\ L antury manuicrif: in Uu British ifiistHm. God.» -rj S In thee No ^^J-Vl f- grief. CS€€ond Tune. P. — '• PaSria Vtract' by LieiU. "i J .. Jerusalem The flood of life doth flow Upon whose banks on every side. spring There evermore the angels And evermore do sing.B * JZL W^- r Thy walls are made of precious stones. Thy windows crystal clear. I my happy home I Would God I were in thee Would God my woes were at an Thy joys that I might see ! . that I were there There else are seen. Thy gates are of right orient pearl.. ^ i ^ -3ZiL — jgi- -p i- & :#= Thy gardens and thy gallant walks Continually are green There grow such sweet and pleasant flowers rare. 8. O :g=: toil. Thy tiles are made of beaten gold. ! Quite through the streets with silver {"ASmgmatUtyF. firult.'Co^otiel Alexandtr L-miitg.

When shall I come J- J iJ i | ^ i When my shall sor- ^ rows have an end? Thy joys when j- f = 84. -J. J J -J f thee! to J- - J- i^^m r 7. ^ ^^^ rrTTTrrr^f^ SIi^M m ^ f=r^— M. = 92.) dU-^uU I. J Je I. CITY. rii - (First Tune. I ri ri ^^ i ^^ r^^w-n Copyright 1899 by Boosey M. -p- A - ru - 1 sa - lem ! my see shall I ? Co. -p. Je J (Second Tune.A SONG OF THE CELESTIAL 260.^^ ^ rt- .. ^T 7=^ SI i 3 r • home! When I ^ ' ^ c> —Q* shall my sor J: p¥"r J J ^—m- When thee? c hap-pj' J =^=s= & ^T-n1 f 0.r shall I ^ come to i^S rows have an end? i -J- J J :^ 'r ^ ^ i Thy joys when shall I see 2.) sa-lem - ! my hap-py home ! J . ? Thy Saints are crowned with -c^« -Jd-- (g>rrtr"~f- = izi: r 'Sl (486) ^ .

22. Satt-Gat^.% r First THHt. With blessed Saints whose harmony In ever). ! jj:h cmlurj. As master of the Choir. Ah my sweet home Jerusalem Would God I were in thee Would God my woes were at an Thy joys that I might see I I end. is their case. There David stands with harp in hand. face to They triumph still. They face to A -^-. ^ they still re - 22: < . With tune surpassing sweet. 6. still rejoice. <g5> case their is tri- I ^ ?F^ ?=*^^ joice. They see God.J :z2: 32: Most hap - py umph A. .C. Ten thousand times that man were blest That might this music hear. "I J (487) — " Siralkttiftr.street doth ring.J^ A g^ i— 4» ^ ^ASl <s*- still. AmaJtiu Wat/gaHg Moxart. ASl .J. — .i C [FrntMrr Amttrtot. A kyntn by \_7. Sitting about her feet.^^ 3f -^ *m AA. S. Our Lady sings Magnificat. by '\ Al/rtd S. face d P T^ m =23=^ i r:>: . J ~\ Second Tutu. C2^ ig: =^F^ PTr 'S glo-ry great. There Magdalen hath left moan. They see God. they Most happy face..^-4- my happy home When shall I come to thee ? When shall my sorrows have an Jerusalem ! ! Thy joys when Thy shall I see end ? ? Saints are crowned with glory great. . her And cheerfully doth sing. And all the virgins bear their part.

and filled full of grace. which now shall never cease. Nor pen express their happy port of rest. Which caused the world with comfort to abound The beams do shine in her unspotted face. And with the stars her head is richly crowned In glory she all creatures passeth far. And in Whose Face all glory doth appear The Saints' delight conceived cannot be When they a Man . The moon her shoes. where such a Lord O O glorious Lord. Written by the Venerable Philip Howard. No ear hath heard what comforts are pos-sessed. Whom God did choose. Our Saviour in His Manhood sitteth here From Whom proceeds all perfect joy alone. Those sacred Saints remain in perfect peace. and on a higher throne. No eye hath seen what joys the Saints obtain.MEDITATION UPON HEAVEN. and walked in His ways. 261. But all are known the sons of God to be Saints. They shine in bliss. I C488) ! ! after hii . Where pleasure flows. happy Who is chief! princely servants keeps which never taste of grief O blessed state. And carry palms of triumph in their hand. where malice ever sleeps No one is here of base or mean degree. and Where good abounds. banish'd clean. 6.. 3- Above them the Virgin hath a place. No heart can think in what delight they reign. Earl of Arundli. ! ! ! 1 ! I ! ! 5- Next above her. all 4- Lo here the look which Angels do admire Lo here the spring from whom all goodness flows Lo here that sight which men and Saints desire Lo here that stalk on which our comfort grows Lo this is she whom heaven and earth embrace. And to His Name do sing eternal praise: Before His throne in white they ever stand. the sun her garments are. Which Christ confessed. attainder. the Lord of Angels see. and grief ill is is never seen. O worthy place.

THE CHURCH AND THE FAITH. .

ci «i_ * Brav - and storm ing earth-quake shock ^ P-'^ ^J. J Who I. Rock the . ji 'r crown'd with ty - - ^ Hal-low - J ^- J"] ! ing a I I world re I - I stor'd 1 . B she is ^^^^ stands that tri um-phant. 262. a Who -^ .-^^=P ^ -f-^^— SI J J rj i ^^JLj^cZJg^ m^ ' an - thems of tion ere '13-. ? arms ex - I ! ^ n ten-ded. . =: 83. - rets. I (490) Lift ing ^ . ) ^ with she is ^m Jl 1 T=P=^ p- fii r r tur =P=^ i Al r m4 A J.J5- A §^ :^ Like some . -0 — ^F J .THE CHURCH. *i M. 1 All ^ the :t=J: ni^-^ 33 i gr-n/i:-' . Rock - m^ ^^e^_^ in strength up - fe^i^^ g ^ ^ ^^^^^^ii 1^ t r on m J.

her J-. - dom. rzfrj ^ 3=F Hers the tion'sLord? king n. — I ! Empires rise and sink like billows Nations know their place no more: Glorious as the star of morning She o'erlooks the wild uproar. ! r Aubrey dc Vtrt. &c. Hers the Household all embracing Hers the Vine that shadows earth Blest thy children. And the Spirit's Temple. Evermore She draws her light. Light her yoke. ye na - tions. hers nB m i ^ ^—^-n FT Kneel. the Sun of Justice. Safe the stranger at thy hearth Hers the kingdom.Ij^ ^ . So from Christ. Hers alone the hands of healing Bread of Life! Absolving Key God Incarnate is her Bridegroom. mighty Mother! . jcf: :3!?=1^ As the moon that takes its splendour From a sun unseen all night. J ( 491 ) bur then sweet J^ 33: . !* i^ whose 4^ 3- a "PT fruit is 73" I Free -dom . &c. P ^pi Qher at feet Hers ! Oj ipp m scep-tre! the that Truth ^•.^ Chorus. She Hers the kingdom.^ ^ti -J.

rzr ^r-r^-^Yf Je rj i3S . ^s:k EE 22S: ^- ' I cha - li J- -• ven By faith and hope and -Q_ ri ty. «l = 84- m^ Z^ Z=^^ I.A. i tlfT By -PZ- -«s»- Zfllit living Faith ^SSE^^^t^^ -O- thee -J. T^=T crimson s :g-^ Bridal a as d: id_£2L ^Stpp=p: En -throned -d- p^? Rich with : 1 r~i -o- ^— ^oi 331 ^ gi ^-^- I I I He doth I light and -j:i. Je 1^ :^= Ji^ .THE CITY OF THE LIVING GOD. 263. . lem. l^tT-^TTl^ I I p . ?o -o' Hail! . M. . ^^=^ and Cha - ri 32: T~«^ r (492) . I r-p^ O new - gs= ^q^ ru sa - - JQ-^. many a ^^ gem From "iP' P ^ He on that built thee ^ H3 pier su's ced - Side ^ Y fr^ S r^^ rg^' -<£5>- In thee folds and feeds His rock the • flock: J ' n I PF^ ZZ2: - j ^ J.

4- Each new day's awakening fire Beholds thy Banquet spread. CCantter. ] . Are pinnacles of Paradise. Of everlasting joys to be. Hence thy maids' most high delight Fruit of plenteous Calvary And seed of immortality. Heat of strife or Thou stain of clay dost cool or wash away In these snowy-tempered rills From God's eternal shining hills. 5- When from all our fears and wars We wait the last release. beatific day.g^ ) \_ Saama WiOtf. Then with honour And be lay us scars down mindful of thine own. Mother of our mortal way And of our spirit's Of Heaven's f Xiv. Hence thy heroes' faithful fight. man and patient wife Bear each the other's load. y. May thy Unction smoothe our And bring our senses peace. Stone on stone with quiet ways Build they for eternal days : Kindly So thy towers that slowly rise.Thou from one Baptismal Stream Receivest thy citizens Thy sweet Penance . Soar evermore to Paradise. Walk thy way and live their life And train new souls to God. And Angels' Living Bread. Wine enkindling fair desire. From His untrodden dazzling hills. doth redeem Poor bartered innocence. ] endless day. ( ^.

D. ' an ItatiaH }lytHH\ \_Mtlody : harmoiiistU by S. g ° high our hearts beat - with joy -'-. ! 1 We Faith of our Fathers ! Both friend and foe we will love in all our strife And preach thee too. I I We -r Faith of our Fathers ! Mary's prayers Shall win our country back to thee And through the truth that comes from God England shall then indeed be free.i^^+^^ ^ ^^^ m ^=^F - s Whene'er we J — ' ^ S—i I 1 hear J^^ ^ that glo - rious J.c) = 96. ^ 1^ I FF^F^ 221 I be will true to thee till death. 264. M. IfaddiH^tOH J r Copyright 1898 by Boosey & Co. and conscience free How sweet would be their children's fate. Faith of our ^ * r " r ' Fa-thers ^|t^ ! liv m^^w a^^ and sword Oh how : rr^ T za: ^> zcn " ° f -f fire. in heart in prisons dark. If they. I :g: 22zzpr: Our Fathers.. P.—" Roma. Holy Faith Faith of our Fathers will be true to thee till death. chained Were still r We J J J JW^- =^ l*t Fa-thers! Faith of our jl-^.eOraloryc/St. _ -§: =P word. J (494) First Tutu. .) 3zS rrr I. ! We will rFnOtrhk Wi!Ham Fabtr. 32: Ho -Q- ±: - Faith! ly ^ . like them.PhUifNtri. (First Tune.D.FAITH OF OUR FATHERS. as love knows how By kindly words and virtuous life: Faith of our Fathers Holy Faith! be true to thee till death. could die for thee! Faith of our Fathers Holy Faith will be true to thee till death. dun In spite 01 still * P f=F^ ing - jTx: i 22: -^i>-^ r ' TT- ^sr geon. Priesn L <^/ tl.

spite of still in Were J -^ -^ J— Jr^L ^ ' -rr- ^fzin. r ^>-^g: and sword con-science free Oh : How : ^ r^-p how our hearts beat their sweet would be S* 7-i 3i iCct Wi IT high chil with - joy dren's fate. could die for thee ! J J I J -€>--«5>.M. 23t (Second Tunc. Fathers. n-^ g - &i?2: ^ f> =p= J=d: i 12= T When If e'er we hear that glo-rious word. =g=?~g~g: . Our of our Fa-thers! liv . ! thee to ^ 32= Mary's prayers Faith of our Fathers Shall win our country back to thee And through the truth that comes from We 331 ^-- till -r death.) ^ -^h- =g= :g: ^ 2^: =P2: <^ ^=g= -<s>- 1 1.i2_ :?2= :g: ! we will love foe in all our strife Faith of our Fathers Both friend and : And preach thee too. By kindly words and virtuous life Faith of our Fathers Holy Faith to thee till death. Wi -<s>- P ipz: ' ^ I ! 7- p . like them. p < = 88. . i w -& ZZ31 :^ CJ heart and LJ- 1=^ ^ ^ fire. Holy Faith Faith of our Fathers will be true to thee till death.ing still pri. they. ^' Fa - our of thers J — \- r r> ! r> i S*^ ^ »— ^ i 3St I I Ho I - ly 1 I Faith! grf^ We wiU be ! God England shall then indeed be free. Faith 2. chained in J — J ^^ In -^ T J- 32: dun-geon. as love knows how. ! We will be true (495) ! .sons dark.

M. J ^— J -^-^^J-^. once more. ^ = 96. li 1 ^ ipt :^ :r± t^t Oh I. yet. M*i r in .1. 1 ^~~f^ -^7— j Than still — H -77—:^= -=M-J-^ =^--A^ — —S—M j j she hath ev ^ —f^ j-r ^ 5^ i -<3 - I land. ! g-:^-""**:^^ -f-f ^^ ^a Brit in ain's isle. yet.THE CONVERSION OF ENGLAND. t^ i ^S 2:i: ^' -m-l=f And Q J it Brit ^ i* -- - more be ain faith ful - ^^E^d ^^ j-f^— -«—3^ r> f' 1 1 1 1 r r r r —— 1 ir il- r^^^iiL* ^\ j^^f^^^^-p . 265.t - . er 1 <^ g—<> ^-r3- lA ^ Shall ' Ma - r ry's might. swee. - ^^ :?2I hap Shall «S^ - py days be 33.W J pJ ^ n R— -^— ] -J 7 1 - on our d ' —— 1 i And isle ?^ (496) - '^1 ' I Eng Il : 1 zo: > -p-f^-r- beam up r i gustine's prayer. 1 1 - Au been.

Potter ( 497) Gtrviau. Mary's Dower this shall be ! ? throw ofi" thy chains. breast to breast. from every fields. ! saints shall smile. The standard of the brave. y. 7. Oh. Is The love that cheer'd our fathers' And lighten'd many an ill. cost That waits them in the fight But. tower. Rome. And once When Then rise. And " God defend the right ! " Amen. And give to sainted George once more. his ancient right ? wilt thou rise. o'er English The glorious cross shall wave The solace of the broken heart. To It greet the holy time. Kef. O star of blessed truth And shed thy brightest rays And give this bonny land of ours The faith of ancient days. O Rome. rush fearless on. Nor English hearts shall count the ! . must be so for Mary's love beaming on us still . isle of saints How long ere When ! to thee Oh. again be free ? wilt thou drive dark error's form Back to her native night. Sweet bells peal forth the chime. And yet.s ^ ^ ^ W^ rizf' Rome's bright crown. rJ once more. And thou art rearing still thy sons. . That calls us from our earthly task. 5c* t An :5t=22: of isle Oh yet. His fond. Sweet mother. KK . once more. J J ^-rl ^ frT rJ A - men. path. To send them o'er the sea To lead our land once more.

come fc^^ ^^ f=r=r? f Thine own once was all back the land That -i .-*- -» J2L i^-^ r err (Second Tune. 'i ii .to the land That once was A ^^m . J ^ i\ f * s rT" O - » r P=f Lord! be-hold the I. i ' ^ O ^ -- r r A-men.) r^=rrT I.) = M. come back un. * ^ r M.. .. . " . J Tl r -fore band That kneels be T = 104. r I r suppliant II v fe^=t r ^rr r - I I Thy throne ^ sat* ^ ^t^m^-T ^ Comeback.. to un all (498) r ' r ' toil. all Lord! be - ^ r ' ^ ^m jh ty J^ J PS? I I T T" That kneels be suppliant band hold the r :*=St -.. 266. . -*.PRAYER FOR ENGLAND. ' r ' by all r I r r Thy pam. (First Tune. 1' I Come throne back. - ...J- -J- J ^^^ f K^-Thy r By I 2. Thine own. J - J r fore Thy m ' ' ' jv.

Thy vengeance.tan gain I -#- I Jt U- -F- . The :g= pain. by all Thy By every sigh and tear. Oh bid her show her former power. Was England's glorious name.-ffl-^. For deeds of shame.— Adaptedfr^tn [ Xev.[Tf^r-npi==t= 1 1 1 1 1 By ev sigh f f # and — ——— r 1—« 1 We tear. forego. "j (499) Germayt ffymn. Brideelt. 1 r41_ ^—^ —I 1 1 i i "^ f r -J \ h—n *4^-J The I irrr'r r souls that cost so A dear. for the sake of Saints who prayed At altars now laid low. 1 pray Thee. T. for faith betrayed.X. ^. E. Amen. — -^=21 ' ^m ^ Sa . Lord. kept their faith and shed their blood. Lord. Have mercy now on all. I .M. let Remember. Remember how our Lady's Dower. i-i 1 1 ' let not — f— ! 1 I . We pray Thee.J Jl m By all Thy toil. CS^. Second Tune. not Satan gain souls that cost so dear. ! Her ancient Oh ! right proclaim. Firsr Tune. And for Amid Who the sake of those who stood the nation's fall. — . Thy mercies old. When nations thronged into Thy fold Intent on gaining Heaven. 6. Thy grace so freely given. German.

Si - ^ g g sweet on's songs are . W filest the Faith. pet ^ ii - life i mel - o - r An - gels dies of gladness I/ ring Ill i< ! ^ Hail.1 to ^ rri r^ r With sing. ^%r 'rr . Mo-ther Copyright 1900 by Boosey harps of - Maid - en ! . la - den . di is 'i^^Mii f Of thanks and and strong.i = m. ^= f-^ I. moun is one_per - - High up the Saviour's ho -ly ual song.THE CHRISTIAN'S SONG 267. -J- g g ^m i i J-riri i r J. ON HIS MARCH TO HEAVEN. Hark how g ^p: Son of Man ! the ! (500) & Co. ^ ? Hail. u. 1 ^. Oh tain. J. vine - praise an end-les3 iiuh'Tr" ir ^ ^ Whose foun-tain.

PhUip \en. And grows into eternity. With melodies of gladness laden Hark how the harps of Angels ring. when men are sleeping Oh rFrtdtridtiyiUiamFab{r.D. Blest is the Hope that holds to In doubt and darkness And still God unshaken. 4- Blest is the Time that in the eye Of God its hopeful watch is keeping. Hail. "I VarraMgtd by S. &c. Sion's songs are sweet to sing. Oh Sion's songs. Sion's songSi &c.Maiden . Mother.D. P. ! ! ! 3- Blest the is Aught Whose Love that cannot love that earth gives of best raptures Most when its and brightest thrill like saints' above. earthly gifts are lightest.. Like noiseless trees.Prusr\ J L oftH< Oratory o/St. Son of Man HaiJ. sings along the heavenly road.3. Sweetest when most Oh it seems forsaken. { V -^t y^ * \ } CatkolU Hymn iffIxly. IVaddiHgtonJk f .

et vincas cum malum coram Te feci : sum : ut justificeris in sermonibus Tuis. cor contritum et humiliatum Deus non despicies. et spiritu principali confirma me. ne auferas a me. et holocausta: tunc imponent super altare Tuum vitulos. Asperges Auditui : : Averte faciem Tuam a peccatis meis mundum crea in me. MISERERE. ad Te convertentur. Tunc acceptabis sacrificium justitiae. justitiam Domine. holocaustis non delectaberis. &c« (502) . in bona voluntate Tua Sion: ut aedificentur muri Jeru- salem. Domine. Benigne fac. me hyssopo. 268. Gloria Patri. peccatum meum contra fne est semper. Deus secundum magnam misericordiam Tuam. labia Quoniam si Sacrificium mea aperies: et os meum annuntiabit laudem voluisses sacrificium. in visceribus meis. Deus. de sanguinibus. : Et secundum multitudinem miserationum Tuarum Amplius lava Quoniam me mea ab iniquitate iniquitatem meam et a peccato : ego cognosco : et : dele iniquitatem meam. meo munda me. manifestasti mihi. oblationes. dedissem utique Deo spiritus contribulatus : : Tuam. Ecce enim conceptus in iniquitatibus Ecce enim veritatem dilexisti : et in peccatis concepit incerta et occulta sapientiae me Tuae mater mea. et judicaris. et super nivem dealbabor. Tibi soli peccavi. meo dabis gaudium et laetitiam et exsultabunt ossa humiliata. Miserere mei.PENANCE. Deus salutis meae : et exsultabit lingua mea Tuam. et mundabor lavabis me. Deus Ne projicias me a facie Tua et Cor • : : Redde mihi Libera me vias Tuas : et omnes et spiritum : et impii meas iniquitates rectum innova Spiritum Sanctum laetitiam salutaris Tui Docebo iniquos : Tuum dele.

Thou shalt sprinkle me with hyssop. For behold. and the whole burnt- then shall they lay calves upon Thine &c (503) altars. in sins did my mother conceive me. oblations. : : For acknowledge I my iniquity Against Thee only have Thy be justified in For behold. : iniquity. O Lord. And according to the multitude of Thy tender mercies blot out my Wash me yet more from my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin. and mayest overcome and : that Thou mayest art judged. Thou wilt not despise. Thou hadst desired sacrifice. and I shall be made whiter than snow. Thou hast loved truth the uncertain and hidden things of Thy wisdom Thou hast made manifest unto me. in Thy good will with Sion : that the walls of Jeru- salem Then shalt offerings Glory. O God. O God according to Thy great mercy. salvation: and my Thy justice. shall be converted God. Turn away Thy Create in me Cast me not face from my sins O God a clean heart. 269. Thou God of my unto Thee. I I : and my sin is always before me.MISERERE. from me. . open my lips. O Lord and my mouth shall declare Thy praise. The sacrifice of God is an afflicted spirit a contrite and bumble heart. Spirit me with a perfect spirit. Have mercy upon me. and I shall be cleansed Thou shalt wash me. may be built up. : Thou accept the sacrifice of justice. Thou shalt make me hear of joy and gladness and the bones that were humbled : : : shall rejoice. sinned. and : : away from Thy presence Restore unto me the joy of Thy blot out all my and renew a right : iniquities. and done evil in was conceived in iniquities : Thy sight when Thou words. spirit within and take not Thy holy salvation and strengthen : my bowels. teach the unjust I will Deliver me Thy ways : tongue shall extol and the wicked O from bloodguiltiness. I would surely have given it with burnt offerings Thou wilt not be delighted. Thou For shalt : if : : Deal favourably.

i^ God of mer-cy and com-pas-sion Look with pi ty up -on me! By my sins I have de-serv-ed Death and end-less mis. 1 (504) ! . On the Cross of Calvary To that Cross my sins have nailed Him. r^ See our Saviour. bleeding. r J me ^-i not ter - -J- test ^ IJ im By my sins I have abandoned Right and claim to Heaven above the Saints rejoice for ever. J plore in - vain r-fl I 3S trr- 5^ ^ MPT? will sin I :it=. J = 76. E ^.SS.n^ii . a -gain. _ ii.er .yaui'kaii.in..y 1. J ^^Lflf ^ Fa . J. In a boundless sea of love. -J- fir: r r 'l sins ^ . And for all e ! -J- ^ ! ask ' r ^J ^^^ I I^hlJ for r Let mer-cy.J. r r r 'Tis Thy child re call Thee Fa-ther pains and torments.-i f- its ^ ^m ^=^4^^ J- i f me -J.!^^.J.ther let Hell.AN ACT OF CONTRITION. Yet He bleeds and dies for me. 270.C. > J. Jesus Lord &c. - ! 2.f -J- i 4 . J. J J- i^^^fgfi* ^^^i -i^ r my — now de them.i J. ! J ni Thee - ty.j.ii/.^^^ r r ' r r J- ji i T./ g /i. Ne-ver All -J- i J- I ^ J.R. M. with all ! J- Je-sus! Lord! ^ i^ fi r p r i i. ^ JH-^- J. Jesus Lord ! &c.n Lj J . Where - r I - turns to - ^ r I I rFalhrrJ-. dying.j^.

That hath worked these sweet wonders of mercy in me May each day countless numbers throng down to its flood. the As the E^ ^ -fy-fV By vile mer-cy of God the poor slave is set free And the strong grace of Hea-ven breathes sin and the bondage that fetter'd my soul There was nought half so base as the . said.A GOOD CONFESSION. Philip Neri. " Let there be light. lyaddiHgten. passions." And it flashed through my soul like a sharp passing smart One look to my Saviour. J (505) r jtdaptatiOH ty S. be sung in Unison. P. confessed. I cried And All hail. »^ 1. ^ J. all hail.D. <? ' '" ^f ^ m^ ^^ -^—r V fresh o'er the mind. and all the dark night. D. To -"^-^ -V-^s- at=i= The chains that have bound me are There wasnought in God's world half so Lc-o. was gone from my heart. to the dear Precious Blood. 271. and sinners go free ! C Frederick H'Utiam Faber.. sor-did and :s: ^x=^ sum-mer that glad-den the sea. 1 . Priest '\ ^Ikt Oratory o/it. —- •— M— I 1 A>. out for mercy. and years of disease Fell as fast from my soul as the words from my tongue. N ¥ the so flung to dark or ^ ^ # # # wind. while my heart with keen sorrow was wrung 'Twas the labour of minutes. Like the bright winds of own But the word had gone forth. then. or Sa-tan'scon-trol. M. = 96. . and fell on my knees. ^ i 2. And God have His glory. Like a dream scarce remembered.

. w^^ ^^£^^8 Ma - ry's Son I ^J^ r ( . -i J . :?2- T B^ ^r^ or viie r^^rrt P-^f^ O r--^ r grr% ^^j^^ J 2i: F r nr ^ r /. SWEET SAVIOUR.^ ! I ^ ?l:-^ 506 . F r 1 i i- mil i I i ^^ f-f ^ J J j J » re - f=T ti' T- demp - A-i tion J r ! O Blood of -JA. - ti - -4.j J J J r r r r i I so: O J boun do J- J r r . sweet » » m P . ful } Nor are half so ^ J.^.> ^fefe-i sal r f - tion va - F r ! O life e ^ - ter - J won nal J J. M. J = 96.WE COME 272. +^ Saviour! Just be -cause *rtf 'r we need Thee m. j i We 1. M r I* None need Thee more than we Unison. ^ come j | to Thee. TO THEE. . plen I 221 - ti - ful J low .

Philip S'tri. We come to Thee.. sweet Saviour It is love that makes us come ! : We are certain of our welcome. sweet Saviour! have us. D. And His grace that makes us O CFrtderUt WiUiam Faier. bountiful salvation O O O won eternal life plentiful redemption Blood of Marj''s Sou! 3- We come to Thee. ] .dE^. sweet Saviour 'Tis in answer to Thy call. Of our Father's welcome home. We come to None will Thee. nor complain.D. [ E. Nor upbraid O us. O bountiful Scdvation &c ! 4- We come to Thee. sweet Saviour For to whom. 6. bountiful salvation ! &c 5- We come to Thee. Lord ! The words of life eternal From Thy Lips for ever O ! we go can ? flow. ! &c. sweet Saviour With our broken faith again We know Thou wilt forgive us. Dear Hope of the unworthy Dearest Merit of us O all bountiful salvation ! &c. Lord ! but Thee And we want none but Jesus.2. Pr-esfl ^tht Oratory af St. J bountiful salvation (507 ) free.

-Q_ in unison.g r-TTr I.) M.. Arranged to be sung in unison. r re I :& rir-i^ -/-«-/3 i When at length the time. im- A (Second Tunc. Arranged J-J^jg ^ *gp — no. ' = 80. Je - sus.) yi to i^i Thy met -cy Thee J^ J- sus. O par - U4 pf^ plore. my ver more. j|J. J J. I J-J - - fend I '=:8o. Cfod.ver more of will Je a ii r - ^- ^ don me. ^ it Je - sus. ne - ^^ to be sung i i I..^_A 23. my God. 273. fFirst Tune.J1J. . 22: ' way from crime J J :p=S= 3 «: hold at length -i the A -^ ^ A J-S -^ ^^ {508) ^ time. si gjr ajfer turn a - be -hold . ' 1. solve g=?^ ne . be - .HYMN OF REPENTANT SORROW.

Thy mercy I implore. Je ^^^^ - 221 sus. Jesus.— -. Thy mercy I implore. Thy mer-cy r^ 4. pardon me.WmJdixgtan. ! T izz. pg plore. J [r/» Ri£ht Reo. Bishsf O. pardon me. ^s^^^ -o- Since Suffer 122: -s>- Df t" my poor soul Thy Precious me not for ever to be lost ne - ver more.. — 1 will Kneeling..-\ L KarmmtistdbyS. never more offend Thee no. —e» I O par - don me.admck. r:i Sq tr-«« e> (Q —^. r-i fn <^-> solve - 1 -^ •L ^ ° '^-* /-a Jl- 4* > lT" S r^ i9— : '? 'k ^ 2 1 A > * **- little slower. S^ ^* re I 4 IC*/. behold me at Thy Feet. in tears. never more offend Thee no.— French Htmm MeMy. P. forgiveness I entreat. j (509) [Stamd Tiate. _ ^==^ ''t^ ^j.—Adaptatmt/nrH a -i fragntetU of ait aid EngHsh UtiMty. Jesus. I Q SQ 1221 Ti ^ g i^*- :i ?j=g rI will ne-vermore of - fend Thee no. I' T • T? 'i '1 When /o\-" 4 1 I / turn to a way - from crime A. never more. J . Like Magdalen. 22: Blood hath cost. never mere — 1 will r First Tune. ^ 1 go • O f^^ 1 -ft.

-^ ^ * I ?^=K .COME TO 274. r. *g ir^r- JiJl ^Pr c the ife£ =1^ ii P :pcqc f=f a -N— 4 4 gen -^ From der SS TT r^nj- i.p r- :S y ^ Fool .. - - ^^T ^ ^ ts-lv -r and deep y I* ^f 4 * will J> J> iq=i i 3 ^^ y^ iS iS J^J^J^ I J.J-J fc=fs 17^ J. = 63 ye will ! scat 1 ^ .^ j g half ' so r^r " g As sweet. M. ? ^^ J^. J :1^=^ -<9 ^ Sa - viour Who would have us c—c— fi Come and ga - ther round His Feet? "^E^H 1/ (510) 1/ r ^^=H^ . men why Souls of ^ i^li JESUS. % P 6? 1/ Half so J ye wan ^ ^ i " " Was there jt ev kind.'^^.est er J te :t=i j^^ . J m 2J^iJ- ^"•Jyii "5^ I. -J^J^-J I 4 shep-herd -^-^ tie.3t3tN ^^ J- Like a ter - ^ ^ /. ^^ I crowd of frightened J.ish I sheep ? \ f=^ hearts 1 ^ why ^ r' I' love ? I' so true 2.

far : 4- For the love of God is broader Than the measures of man's mind And Is the Heart of the Eternal most wonderfiilly kind. J . There is no place where earth's sorrows Are more felt than up in Heaven There is no place where earth's failings Have such kindly judgment given. by S. Like the Nvideness of the sea There's a kindness in His justice.PUHpNeri. There is 8. J \ ^^^ L ) Copyright 1898 by Boosey & Co. P. And more graces for the good There is mercy with the Saviour There is healing in His Blood. L t/tKtOratonofSt. Which is more than liberty. 6.3- God His It is : Bat is it seems and His fondness out beyond our dreams. . were but more simple We should take Him at His word And our lives would be all sunshine If our love In the sweetness of our Lord. IVaddtHgton. 5- There's a wideness in God's mercy. 7- welcome for the sinner. mightier than "Tis our Father Goes love looks mighty.

(First Tune. .j r '? £SJ .^ i J J if gqZ^ JiJ. Arranged = M.^-L^^ iJ J ^iJ I ^ £ i Saviour who calls you. | to be j. J ^^ r (Second Tune. to the mer-ci-ful sun . ' [' a - bove where the J .J-J|<J g f—a^ Jj4^^# p I I I. 275.£2L ^r^ ^a: f you. . J fe^J^ sung in unison.J-J J J J^a J I Lord wTio for-gives and m J S: i i i ?^ home J- m ^"r ^ M. .INVITATION TO THE MISSION. Oh come to the . = 84.r> J. Oh come 'e>-^ .J ne ^ - ver J sets. J I.) Oh come to who calls Copyright 1900 by Boosey & Co the mer-ci-ful Saviour (512) you. There's a bright m J I ^ S=P= Tn' fals i^ « J J fortune on earth that be Tho' dark be the .. to the ^Uit^ E || for -gets I Oh come J- JJ.) 88.

L J ? ? than the Saviour whose Blood you have less then to Jesus. r Oh come then to Jesus.?=*=* *=?^ > r r Lord who m forgives 'r r r r rr r " and for-gets . There's a bright home a - hove where the sun ne - ver sets. rricsn ojthe Qra. IS'addutg:oH^ Second Tuiu. J —GerMian. will drop off in His tender embrace. —Italiatt Hymn Arranged by rFrederiet WirHahi Fat-er. for your exile will shortly be ended. And Jesus ^^^ll show you His beautiful Face. Loves you Oh come And other creatures in guilt I the mother at His Feet you tear that your sins who is will how you keep in love bore you spilt. | LX . ' ' ' The' dark be the tmU r -f-P ' for- tune on earth that be -i- =F=r J!!5- i P TTT? II fals you. [Fif'si Time. Him. D. His Grace shed by a sinner can move Him. PhUit . P. as none else in the world have before you Have you sinned Are you blacker than Oh and doubt not fear not. whose arms are extended To fold His dear children in closest embrace Oh come.ory o/^..P.\tri. and say And vow For one all (513) j \fef9dy^ S.

The lay'd. J J J nor fa J -J. 104... T^ vag m^ S *1 - de rant feet scenes with all ALJQ. J^ 1 G^ ._£3.-- . ^ M. These ther's rod. m^tL J- m (514) ru - in help -less man ^=^ sg m^r=^ ^-0- 1. III — way from God ^S se a way - III. temp J.- -J— ^=T^ ret " - te=: iri: T^ had ful soul - -<s»- '-S--T— ^^ sin iS: m —^ ^ P p- 9 "P I - ta-tions rife To ^. - = Unison. My from God stray'd ^^ r -1-r-l :^ Nor . J A I. q ^ I «L -jc^ is -le^'t- flowers of ^ the life.OVIS VAGRANS! 276. ' i- S=^ ^ i ^-rf shep-herd"s crook.

—behold at the at word there . This earth hath ever blest From Thee my My lif.—then. where were they ? ! Then. With pangs one could not name. am I ?— and what am I ? " My soul in sorrow cried " A child of guih.3« The sands of time. —and my Rest (515) i I E. —a voice of woe whisper'd from within. in sin. that would not dose. " For whom the Saviour died ! — 7- Him " Behold And Low there. That joys were false in things For they were steep'd " And what below.— the sands of time Had wasted far away And youthful years of precious Oh ! where. then uprose. —Thou Lord divine. I turn'd. 5- A voice Had of woe. ] .Br^^cs. An opening wound. —oh prime. ] Refuge heart shall never part. then uprose A sense of inward shame. No love like Thine. His Feet to cast Where Love Him my Incarnate care bum'd I 8.J-Evry." was the reply.

. and peace with Heaven.ling head ^ Jl JT^J. ^ rr " ly i.THE JOY AND PEACE OF A GOOD 277. J -rf i' his deep shame and — of ^fc s rr-^-Cn^ ^ The When A birth.JMSBIB ^^ - ^tpf-J More ner's tremb.#. p^^^^ to ^t I.c2.iij-. CONSCIENCE. and light divine shall these be mine. When earth's discordant passions cease. kind it on the ^ . l^i^ i silent tears Eftace the stain the guilt of years And that dark soul in mercy's glow Shines whiter than the driven snow. ih^F^ f^rr joys ^ i {' -'- ^ bright than J. Peace with himself. M. its wrongs forgiven. It a is of heav'n joy mmm m J J._ i When the sin S=i r - ^ :?= dews iy f all J. - 3 /J Jl^ ~i~0~ l u*Heav'n ^ -oI shed. He feels at last the threefold peace Peace with the world. peace.j I of earth. O Jesu how ! Unless Thou Who Wilt say the word ! alone canst give and bid me live ? (516) [ Du.'iJt Hymn Mehiy. J = 112.-H-y. . ] . Contrition.

for. A-gain the mu •« ^o ^ 1 1 hear that sic - voice from r ' For-give.giv'n. 1 1 1 1 1 can and J t *m—»--^ S» y* -g< i ki»- =P— ^ 1 ' 1 ^ s=^ a ^^ r waft op j^•MN ^ * nm Ma r m • -^- . the thing men mean by foe.give J- -I such and price are - less worth. So from our hearts do we forgive And from this hour we do not know The thought. &=A *=3t -u Sweet Faith and can this pledge be true ? is the duty hard to do ? No one. Heav'n. 1 r-j ^ r J V J . Jesus. pro - o: JT* rV -H • ^ - J^ — S» «*-F*«- LJ I I __ * S 1 > 1 S* fTt * d 9 M r i # ^ i 5< n*« r '' 1 From off her throne Ab-solv-ing sin • .FORGIVENESS OF INJURIES. comes from 1 S . WTiy should not all men go to Heaven ? They who forgive will be forgiven.t n ^ *' V ^ • r?t ^V *^ If • giv'n giv'n No ? U- .-usJt r> "*w^" Y jp r ' ' be be for - for - ? . ' ' J 2 "^ ' =F^ m M r -^ -<&- 'ri /L . and you Heav'n.ven Thro' the wide earth the •'T hath ev - • t M P Not '^"r ^^ An. See .'V m 1 33: -£i- 1 ( i ! shall shall 1 -*- J s J ' 5s i ^F • fv . dear Lord. 517 ) . J * ri ?5 ^-^ m r r r ' 1 1 '• m - m to earth 'ning Keav'n. J ( Then listen to us. . ! And rJ-'rederuri Jfiiiiatn Fater. A promise of For we for . .f ii - i -4- • « • ^ s ^ • 1 * * rd ^ s J • r^ f--* ^' ' 1 M » ' rv 1. DJ}. 278.m S P r uJ 1^1 song of bliss mise goes. .. hath done to me Such wTong as I have done to Thee. Lord ! how we take Thee at Thy word Oh as we hope %vith Thee to live. L PriesfK t/the Oratcry »/^t.. '>r- -^ rS \'. vJ m ' i^ ^ km fr* -iT — ''1 ^ ^ v» ' a voice this like wind that blows 'ry • « . PbUip SirL. Oh do you 2. and you For-give.ry's e .gel on Soft-ly .

"^ ^M-H=^ ^==^ ^j 3 i r^ i :g: no - Vo ra - ce pre - ^N s4 mur. S: ?^ ^ r num ca mi - - ^^.) 104.MORNING AND EVENING HYMNS. ^ . . jam ce ^ f noc te tis nu - - a - tur - I -ri- 11'. ^a Ec - -A— ^ um bia.' i''ii'. 279. M. ECCE JAM NOCTIS. (First Tune. ce i (518) ^ A - men. ^^ i i au et ro - ru rae - r - i - lans i cor ^ Sup plj - ces i f-*J ' Do re - us - ^^ ^^ gST^Jt^ ^ ti r H. ^J. I r Lux ^ cat. J = m nr 5fc=«: r r I.

ac Nati.-^1 A - men. J r Stcoiid . . - m - S < * ^ !i fl5 CJ ro ^ t»-W- - t-T f J rae ru - > J- ^ us - ^ >-*> -X -^^^ =e ir^-^-cr ^' lans cor ti- . tiibuat salutem.^ 1 J 1 -^'^ ^ j n^ # m ^ ^ ^ . 1 tur um » m bra.j J>.1 ^ • I.£2- ife:^ » * • /" -^-v^ I Ut reos culpae miseratus. Donet et nobis bona sempitemae Munera pacis. Praestet hoc nobis Deltas beata Patris. J Tmte—BtKedictine Mtlodjt T Jrotn DoVKSiii: Abbey.M.j. - ce pre - mur ce ^^4.^^ N-N- - cat : Sup - pli - ces re :i^^ «--•- --^^1=^ t^ "W N-v- ¥ a ^ Do-mi-num ca-no ^» m 1— ^-:— >^ - ^ y y ra Vo . J = 60. [ (519) Fir._LL* • —«—*— » > > Lux et aa — «—• . Ec - ce jam noc - nu a - te tis - • - n —H . pariterque Sancti SpTitus. omnem Pellat angorem. IJ?J]bA J (Second Tiine. cujus resonat per Gloria mundum.J. .f Tui:e—iSeicety /ram L a "I RktitHS Processional. omnem Amen.

[ ^^' ^ .iwarii CtiTTvall. _^_^ \ I Amen. May grant us health of soul. h si* spread the shades of lie morn -r^' a i?* r* we Sup-pliant bend be A g^ ^^-^^v^te fore -&- -&- ^ ^S Q r>' -<s>- I pray '^e^ fct^ - -iS»- I And Light. I'hUipNeri. And Thou. J = 76. M. foc\ O^^ men.^ Lo. Unison. faint now er - ^^3S^ ^ r-r r And Si m^ up ward - shoot tig^ trem-bhng gleams of the night. ly ro- I. coequal Spirit Comforter Father supreme this grace ! . 23: P 1? "O" the Lord of ite ** a? r hS»- ear at S ¥ _— I A dawn. on us confer an eternal birth With Thee. tes^ t m^ I. ^^ 22.ECCE JAM NOCTIS. S i 32: WiJ^:b. O Son by ! Whose glory rTra^iilatioii by li. 280. Y J fills I \ the earth. grant us delights Of everlasting peace. PtitsI L o/tlit Oratory i>/ it. and make our miseries to cease . -s>- - =2:=:: 23: i?c?" I That His sweet chaiity may all our sin Forgive..

1221 =^T=T The same for Male Srtf i ^ ^=22: I. De rj ^ - um pre- ?5— ^ i -1 —X -^ ^ «^ 1 1 ^5- 1 l_J 1 r?) -^ ^ 1 r^ >^ 1 f^ B- ^__1 ' i =S=« 322: 2z: 2i: -<s>-=- Q l- ' ce - mur sup . - cis or - 2B22: to si =^=^ - de um pre SEE. Jam <> ^ . 22: I ii ? 1 a nis I gB> :g bus. ^ lower.JAM LUCIS ORTO SIDERE.pli ces. 281. lu Voices. 84. - Ut in di - ^t -^ E^ i^^ izz: ur - I ! 9 -(S>- bus Nos ^i^=g: ::g: ^ :^ izs: ^5" ser - cen vet - ^ J I . > X ty —— <-» z ' i '' 0- 75- V\) '— ' m • 1 J r^ ^^ m ^ 1 rj ro <-^ ' .» Z Vi^W_g lu - or cis to - si - de - re. M^ ^ >5 Jam ^. A -o- - 22: 32: men. 1 1 i I.ti - cti 1 rj \ I lez: .^E3^i i (521) 1 .^ 1- /^sji (Ws.

Sint pura cordis intima. 106S-173-. A S. ^ -.. 522 ) Amer [ y. et per ( omne saeculum. Absistat et vecordia Carnis terat superbiam Potus cibique parcitas. ] . Deo Patri sit gloria. EiiiSE refraenans temperet. men.J^L' zjai contegat. Nunc. Ut cum dies abscesserit.J- TSL :g: ^a ^ I r^ ^ . vanitates hauriat. Mundi per abstinentiam Ipsi canamus gloriam. Bis'up. Ejusque Cum soli Filio. - di in «:- d=^ ^1 ur - 'p-fi-l - i ^^ bus '=='7n r-j Nos ser rgj s - vet : J a I l S Linguam Ne litis no - <^ MJ^i - - ti ^ p^ - cti - ^H^i rgy ^ bus. Spiritu Paraclito. Noctemque sors reduxerit. horror insonet Visum fovendo Ne cen a nis -J-.^^M ce m - mur sup - pli izx Ut ces.

eyes. m ^ May He restrain our tongues from strife. Eternal Son. 5- All praise to God the Father be . Amen. To God the Holy Paraclete. O may our inmost hearts be pure. That I He. souls from folly kept secure And pride of sinful flesh subdued Through sparing use of daily food. 1 hearts to ^. in J -^ =^ S keep free from =. With conscience by Shall give Him praise for victory gained. j ( 523 r Fro:n La ) PeiUi. as is meet. the world unstained. All praise for ever. M. \ta!e. All praise. i ^^ I. Now ^f^ that the day. r TramlatioK by Dr.s>- *1 we all 1p^^ Would =S=^ -B=M 1^^ . 1 . to Thee . us harm m to day. I I uz: -TTT -e>- 22: 22: i If! God I S^ ^^ ^5?= on high -J- -J- _C2I -I— . shades of night return once more. Our 4- So we. lift J our r.. when And this day's work is o'er.J = 84. <':?~ 231 22: I do or n. From anger's din defend our life And guard with watchful care our And close our ears to vanities.light J ^ fills J jCL I ^^ 35: 32: the :z2i We sky.JAM LUCIS ORTO SIDERE. 282.

Amen. 283. 4 J. hour by hour. who spies Our every action. = M. — r^ ^J* -J early dawn till daylight dies. the chil-dren J ^E r 3J f^ gold-en [T . Nor let the body suffer stain. the J^ ^ It i^4u:# '^ ^ ^ r 1 —^ -^ ' 1 —r* ^ r p r 1 H r " 1 rII 1 i' i i Se^^. Let i ^ — — — 1- : H ' T i ^ r r off the ^ i ~3- d « 1 \ -f== . Simplicity of word and ever.tix ecce surgit ~\ Ed7vard Canvall. ^ £: Now with the I. Priest I o/tJu Oratory 0/ St. rTranslatiaii aiirea. There stands a Sentinel. a heart sincere. . Its May we ^ r ' 1= -J And long 1 "" r A dark -ness which so _*_5* • Has Oh. so pure. J. will the busy senses rein souls For all day long.:^ ^^Tr ~gy r I . J r r ^Lt-l r^^l ris -ing -^ -J- dawn. J . so clear. Cast day." by i_ ( 524 ) r Ceri/tait Hymit MtUtly. led our J J guil - ty J J s may the morn. Glory. of'I. on Heavens' high tower. as the J J J g 1^3= From A stray. Thee. own sweet calm in us instil guileless mind. J S tf m 72.i^=: p us.A MORNING HYMN. - men. Keep guard upon the hand and eye. And to His sole-begotten Son day glides by. O Holy Ghost ! to . i ^j=F ^~^ 1 of ^» Ji.. -i a . 4 i2. PhUip Xeri.^. To God the Father glory be. While everlasting ages run.

I ^ ^ - ni-tas.£2. Jam re sol ce dit - 1 i —•^—L^-Jr" gne-us 1 1 •^ - Tu : f* ' - ni - tas.« jt-«2- Tri men. j^ - be stris.Q.> g> in ^S».285. men ^ _C2- .nis _ A-D f^ \ I 1 > en - 1 ^rj ! per ! 1 1 lux r. J ( 5-^-5 ) — :^ o lilr r^ cl. «&- - ^^-' 11 TTT Laudemus l 1 IZX - ^f i I I ' J2L ^ : ::z2: lu ^?= ^^ I -<2. No -Q. gloria. t M. 284. sit jugiter Saeclum per omne CVciftr Hymn fmr the Feast o/Oul Ito ct BUtstd Trinity. Sancte Spiritus. Ameu- . inter Coelites.?r.T^hLg-^ i" ' fMtr—^— . Te deprecamur vespere Digneris.JAM SOL RECEDIT IGNEUS. ut Te supplices Patri. n « =-88. • di - bus. Sicut fuit. ^^. ''^" jOi^ 'cj L ta - 1 ^ ! f=^ . simulque Filio.^iCJ I. Tibique. In-fun-de I ! -Q- -£2. _C2. JL . ? 1 Q .Q_ cor - .^> - fun -de -<S>- rj -«l- lu - . ^^ -^ . -f9 <9 A -Q.Q-' t:t Te mane laudum carmine. ^-^&- U 1 i - 1 ^ * t g ^ i ''1 1 O '^^'^ • W. JLgj x^-^ n ^ Lj 1 JA<>.

^^^H II I hymns of morn we praise our voice at eve we raise O grant us.) the iryI dit i gne ry sun de fie -ri- us - cline - :z2: m^ te^ zfc ^ ¥ #= I 1 Tu lux Thou. be Trin a m ta - Thy ! Tri bless ni ^ lu In fun And make ¥ • men with cor love di A P— ^ simulque bus. J in ages past. tas. . 2. Thou. Thee in the 3. I ^4< To Thee Tibique. sit jugiter. Sancte Spiritus. Amen.m M. with Thy Saints on high. U pe ren nis U ty E ter ni No tas. Now doth w i (Second Tunc. L de our A Te mane laudum carmine. - =B hearts ^ii=^ 3 ^ |5^ "P" ings ^ i :g= 22: 3 -ct: ty I 1-^ -?2: stns. pour. Patri. Saeclum per omne gloria. o ?2I ^?2: ^ I rj- (525) I /•rent Cou'aiice. J = 104- ^m ^ I. so shall be while ages One in last. nal! shine . Jam sol I. Thee through all time to glorify. Ftiesr\ oj Ihe Oratory oj il. I ^^ _C2_ -7^ ^. Amen. Te deprecamur vespere Digneris. with the Son. Praise to the Father. ut Te supplices Laudemus inter coelites. r^ A o'ei. Sicut fuit. Phiiip Mcri. - run <^ Filio. And Holy Spirit. As ever was And Three Translation by Ed-wa'-d Casiuall. 1 .

blending here our strains to God on high.mus en .ri. = 96.terque m it ce con. J . No-ctesur 2. Whose co-equal Spirit Comforter glory fills the earth. -xith tranUatien~\ by Edu-ctrd Caswall. For Three Male Voices.a-mur pa. May we be meet His praise eternally Among His Saints to sing.nem om-nem ri . 3^ ~?rr 1. -O^ct Hymn. Hereafter. . J i # Sve lower.li. eternal birth this grace And Thou.J 5 - hy ter - ri - mnos. PkUip Neri. me-re. And to the Lord our hearts and voices raise And meditate in psalms. du - ce a. 287. I o arise and watch ere dawn of light. dul - ci re.NOCTE SURGENTES. cu-jus m ri- si-mul et per ter. and all unite In holy hymns of praise. Let us So./A.o Praestethoc 3. Ut pi .-i I .is nen a - Cum ~ tes. glo - re-so-natper V j . Father supreme ! on us confer.bis no m vi - gi-le-mus pa - ri-ter De - i- ca tas be - om-nes: Sem-perin psalm. na . in the courts of Heaven's great King. 286.^_^J S2J S* - ^ if> Dul Glo Vo - ^^ife ^^ f £: i 33: a .cor - ci Du - ce - - ri - - PW^rW Do-mi-no ca di In-gre-di coe . J-. Amen. -??-» =«=§= F^==^ ^ ^ w me - =i-F- - di - at - au - que lam Sa - ncti te-mur.- (527) [ Samiul lyesUy. m¥^ m genRe - tes gi . Priest ef Oratory e/St. re tam. ^ y^. - Pa ta su - - tris San-ctis is Na- ac ±^W ti. O Son by an With Thee. Spi -ri-tus. a dura. M.

^ :z:i: 2£ rr -G>- I I I.) rr?? -trt^. simul et perennem Ducere vitam. suis Sanctis mereamur aulam Ingredi coeli. Praestet hoc nobis Deitas beata Patris ac Nati. pariter canentes. at ^M I *t-^ Jl-«— -J-J - Vo que ce con ^i e^ r^ -J - cor -1^3t:*: :z±L P^F^F izi: r r ! rt- I 22£ -F-r r r :Z3I -<s>- -o- -(S»- 'or Dul Do-mi-no ca S ^ r I —?S «» r ^^^f=f ici: m^^ in i hy ci -ter - I 1 - -4Z:J^ J A - men. s^ (Second Time. (528) omnem Amen.J =112. r Second Tunt—FrtHch. -O- -<S#-T -(S#- 22: Ut pio Regi -<&"C?" r-f Cum mnos.M. J . No cte sur - gen- - tes vi om gi-le-mus - - nes Sem-per : ^ ^ ^ m lAM=d^. cujus resonat per Gloria mundum. :r"f' ^m f-tr psalm me - is - di - te- * ' mur.l^MArA lrj^E±: r. pariterque Sancti Spiritus.

= 76. [crime Keep Thou our souls from schemes of Nor guilt remorseful let them know Dum nil perenne cogitat. J Cre blest Cre a a cis . Regnans per omne saeculum. Audi preces cum fletibus. gently blending eve with morn. Thick flows the flood of darkness down Oh. M. Into eternal darkness go. day. Purgemus omne pessimum. - SII J ^^ I :*F :?=f i W -t ' i Mun Didst di pa rans o with the light Thy - ^^ r\ I - ri gi • work - be - nem gin j^ :?2= Who Qui mane junctum vesperi.LUCIS CREATOR OPTIME. - O r. J )0 fe - - rens. ti - - T Lu C> the light TT Who ! II ' di - i I e - rum dawn from dost the ! I J I :g: ES igzz-. 288. height. Reignest while endless ages run. hear us as we weep and pray 3- Ne mens Vitae sit 3. 5- 5- hear our cry sole-begotten Son Who. Nor. Priestl o/Oie Oratory o/St. r Dutch Hymn tlthdy MM \ . - ness bring Pri : - - J J I - mor fram - And di is - ing Na cis lu ture's depth J I I - no and vae. And purify ourselves within. lUabitur tetrum chaos. thinking but on things of time. .- -J- op of tor - tor • ^ ! _<2 me. Pater piissime. Seseque culpis illigat. CTransfation by Ed-ward Caswalt. didst call them And morn Diem vocari praecipis. Vitemus omne noxium. J =&—} <^ _5^ ion:: < ^3 tr Lu r. with eve. J C529) us. 289. Vitale tollat praemium : Teach us to knock at Heaven's high door Teach us the prize of life to win Teach us all evil to abhor. O ! ! Amen. Hear Patrique compar Unice. PkUip Neri. gravata crimine. with the Holy Ghost most high. 1 cem - =tfc -|— i ->^ 6>- ^'- 22: 1^ ' I pro dark J. Amen. Cum Spiritu Paraclito. exsul munere. '. 44- Coeleste pulset ostium. Father of mercies Praesta.

TE LUCIS ANTE TERMINUM. _Q_ . M. -X±L -3ZiL s >i^ HI - di a. — I S*e: r?'— B: 221 i^: ^ 23: :g: zi: Re rum Cre Ma ker cf -^ tpil I all!. Now :3— (First Tunc. of I m ^ -JZEL --^ -r-j- f^'^ Ut. tor. Tu 1Ma - men cle mer great Sis prae-sul. pro Of Thy m.CIS with the B— w^m 221 an te ter num. po we ask SCI mus. et guar-dian and ^^ 1^ =g= cus - de - to fence . fast de part light. - Thee. 290. 291. -Ml 11 8=^ ^7~ A - -<9- men. 1±=^ =^ I.Q:ci: 'T21 r^ o 23: - ( ^ 530 ) night the ^ ^ Our ti through J±. Te I. J = 96. to be.) lu .

Regnans per omne saeculum. Patrique compar Unice. - et cus to di de fence to dian and - a. with the Holy Ghost most high Reignest while endless ages run. m -mr Procul recedant somnia Et noctium phantasmata Hostemque nostrum comprime. ! O Amen. pro Tu Of Thy great £ - a met men cle Sis prae Our STiar ^ - a. - men. - night m T I sul. J (Second Tune. Re - rum Cre light.iii.—Traditimtal Ttou D<ywnside Abbtv. of Thee.) ^f nrf^tt ^^ ^ I. PrUst oftht o/Ss. Te I. Office Hymii.^ ter - r mi - - part. E Stand J unt. we n *- - sci - mus. i kUip NerL \ J Amen First Tuiu. Now lu - an cis with the fast - te - de -^ ^gi 5. That we in chaste repose may rest 3- Praesla. Ma - ker of po tor. Ne - I r zT'f=T r ask • all i^t— m ^^ ^ a - poUuantur corpora. Hear us. Cum Spiritu Paradito. Ut.ing num. Father of mercies hear our cry sole-begotten Son ! Who. I A be. Far off let idle visions fly No phantom of the night molest Curb Thou our raging enemy. Pater piissime. M.= 76. [ Ediuard OraUrj tuUh troKslation by-\ Canu. - ti through the cy. J .—J-'r0m P»ptUar~\ "I (531) C /rotH Ike 7 Hymit aiid Tune BaoJt.

Reignest while endless ages run. That we in chaste repose may polluantur corpora. with the Holy Ghost most Cum Hear Spiritu Paraclito. D:i: -rr I. us.fence to -^ N Ne et sul. Son Who. pro Tu Thee.:?2: Far Et noctium phantasmata Hostemque nostrum comprime. po SCI ask of Re - rum Cre - ker of ^ S3 _C3. O men. di - ^ :I??2Z ^-=t- to - de. (532) Amen. mi ter de - 2£ f= ^=^ 22: a - cle mer cy. . guar. Father of mercies Patrique compar Unice. A - ? -Q- "C5' off let idle visions fly No phantom . (Third Tune. hear our cry rest. A. of the night molest Curb Thou our raging enemy. be. Ptaesta. Of Thy great - #= Ma m we izz: num. J2- ?—<^. Regnans per omne saeculum. p -£2L -^- -o r:i -Tzr r" rs?- rj :?2= hCz: t^-^ ^ :^ ^S 22: ^P^ ti thro' - a. o' = S8.M. - I C(^ ): . Ut. - «= 4==^ s - ^ ing light.dian zz 23t ! sole-begotten . I high.) ife. the night Sis Our ^^ ^ ^E:S prae - and cus =S^ Procul recedant somnia - a. Amen. Pater piissime. Te lu Now with - ^^m te cis the fast u part - izz: ^ r^ ^ all! tor. Q I 2± -<s^ T> mus.

Thus would I live Not I. i 7T So now ^ 1 ' forever (533 mine ) 1 ! r F-r- I . 292. 5- His will be done Whate'er betide Dead to herself and dead Sa-ve that .r] Prr^ ev-'ning sac rr As Christ upon the Cross In death reclined. Pritito/lht UraUry i.x^4r J : ' t r r r " Her pay .p 'Atri. CTra^tsiaiicH J- - ri - fice. —yet now all His power and love Henceforth alive in me 7- One sacred Trinity One Lord divine Myself forever His And He by Ed-ward CitsTvafI. In Him to all beside. Into His Father's Hands His parting Soul resigned 3- herself my Would wholly soul give.. PkU.S^ S ^ ./ :it. 6. but He In .AN EVENING HYMN. Without a wish or thought Abiding in the breast. In all spirits live Whom 4- So now beneath His Eye Would calmly rest. M^ fy i w <=-— «_-S^ ' r i Let love a-wakeand / fi^f .. Into His sacred charge.

M. Through the long way v..cense of our prayers The Be - dews of even-ing fore Thy mer cy lie rise - . We kneel at close of day The brightness of the com-ing night Up . give us now repose .- ^ ? J. I ' ' The The *p'* "I r 1/ r even-hig hours Fall from the darkening sky servants. pray. O God.pise ' • . O Lord of Heaven. That one by one depart Slowly the bright stars. And hear us while we With hopes of fu . O Lord.fore throne.-jijp r'Wr^ • 2. m^ sha-dows of the sor -rows of Thy -^ J.ture glo-ry chase The sha-dows on our - ^^U p^ ^^ Slowly the rays of daylight fade So fade within our heart. Prodcr souls. J . Lord. fresh hopes in trust in things divine.'e suffer.EVENING HYMN. Within the heavens shine And [ O Lord. The hopes in earthly love and joy. do not Thou des . Give us. = 76. Thou Our trembling hearts defend Give us a respite from our toil. J ^^ #M/vVn^-.J- . .L^l^'^J-J- i --F Up on - But let the frag-rance of tlie flowers the in . J : -. P=4^ Let peace. . ^. Oh. Oh. ^U j==j=^ rr ^ m w rrr Thy -rrr Be . Lord. A. 293. one by one. Heaven ! (534) Anonymous. Upon our souls descend From midnight feai 3 and perils. Calm and subdue our woes.on the darkness rolls I r r I £ TT^"P ^ r @t r — I r m ^h(=i f= 13323 Look on Thy chil dren from on high. I 1. Thy peace.

and at our death's deep night-fall aid us. J i 76. H. main-est ly : SEF^ Earth's light goes =^=?? out. Amen. :^ :^ su - Je dy - rj. 294. re - :^^-. g^ the I - ing r^ day hath left :^ us lone AU ly. ] (535) Who made us. Mother of holy hope. awake or sleeping all To Thy Oh So let I safe-keeping. J. rest delight Thy gaze paternal. But blameless Untired Eternal \Mjite Dove of Peace Brood o'er the souls that And ! God of consolation moan in tribulation. With Him [^ T!>e Rn. SarCsbitrunse. Great ! with the whisper of serene to-morrous Soothe all their sorrows. = M. though night be round us ! shall the sons of darkness not confound us. - :g: fa - deth :o- 1^3: I L J i J o -i -cr from ^ «> -s>us Thou . ^b ^=^ I. '^-y<^—rpr- ^ ^12: but Thou.AN EVENING HYMN. OCohkct. Fiettx^d Shep^rtL \ J . arranged by Ou Rez. Bring home the The minds that We feet that far from Thee have wandered but Thee ail day have pondered yield them evermore. True jg ^ ra//. all-blessed Marj% Whose high-throned Mother-love can never vary This night. our souls keep day.5>- "m.

our luke -warm .EVENING HYMN.-J Si i^ With low .TJ.ly hearts -f^^ J. death's dark J. in .j. 295. . 4- O night. go. = M. ^ fej^ i W I I. glow 1 J- * life's (5>- long day and ^^ m ^ to ^^ ?E ^ 33 i i :JL rT-^ r-T-r'r i fifty. J. 4~:i ^•jf gen - tie J. I I I I Sweet Sa-viour ! ^ us bless ^ »we ere ^^M 2S: fZ> . Thy word in - our to ^^^ =p: ^^ f jr minds in -<S>-T TCP - stil r r And make . J So.'- j ir±. I love and fer 3^ "N vent - Thro' will.1 J. J. \ \ rz (536) Je - sus I be our light.

PriesTX L a/tJuOraUn-jo/i. &c. The broken vow. &c r^ \^Cer7nan Hymn . life's long day.. 6.'cdj.PhUif. D. the frequent fall. the sad.The day is done .c. Sweet Saviour bless us . <S.t. 3- Grant us. ! be our light. J life's /_»_\ K Jj7 J long day. ift. &c. ^ . For The Oh. we all love. the poor. liberty. Through O life's gentle Jesus long day and death's dark night.\tri. 5. 4- Do more Sweet And than pardon fear . That only long Through to be like Thee. purity Through life's long day. its hours have nin And Thou hast taken count of all. And we are one day nearer Thee. night is come Mary and Joseph near us be Good angels watch about our home. and sober give us joy. tSij.D. dear Lord ! from evil ways True absolution and release And bless us With more than in past days and inward peace. long day. sinful. The scanty triumphs grace hath won. loving hearts without alloy. ! : ! Through r Fndtriek IVaiiatH Fater. let Thou — unto Thee we call Thy mercy make art our Jesus Through us glad and our life's All.

:z3i ^<s>^ -J from Lead Thou me home.-— . The night is on. LEAD KINDLY LIGHT. ^ m ^s. I * I :z2=:i:?2: The on.. -J- mid - I - cir gloom cling - . I (538) do A not ^ ask 2p= to . Lead ^ J- kind-ly J- Light. 3. J-. en I -i -J-J- ^" th' I ^^ WF^^izS: Lead Thou me a night is j^-'i-^ r:>- ^^ -C2. gone.f^ ^i my J feet.i. I--S I _a_ m-. 296.VARIOUS HYMNS ON THE CHRISTIAN LIFE. <s^—=- M ^m ^^^^^m ^ Keep Thou W^ m^. Jt 22: S r far and dark. Zft=W=-V4=i.. I. Ver.

--—'— I 1 '^ 1. Aitin. F . '-' ri <-^ 1^ ^-J 1 . one tant e Step - nough for p :" ''-> rz. but now Lead Thou me on I loved the garish day. till The night is gone.*-. r CardintU Sirtmtan. 1 y^\. sure it still Will lead me on O'er moor and fell. — So long Thy power hath blest me. ("v^ I J- was not ever thus nor prayed that Thoa Shouldst lead me on I loved to choose and see my path. i 1 o tne. i'or last line /" "i 1 # - "Tl' -t-T- =*=^ Pride ruled my will fears. >5 1 1 1 i see The dis - scene. \ ( 539 ) [ ir. _l C^. (w- ^«-^7 " r p 5 "^ '. iJ^ I 1 — Re g+^ 1 X2I -:^ f^ mem - - ber not past years.y U.-^ --3 . A. I . and lost awhile. and spite of fears Pride ruled my will remember not past years. 1 . And with the morn those Angel faces smile. o'er crag and torrent. ' I • /\ im ^ VL/ rt 1-^' ^^ r^ • ' w • m • 1 1 ' P 1 1 rj -p r II rj flj i" ^ 111 ^A I ' ! rJ 1 r 1 1 1 C? i ^^fj t 1 1 'v ra . Which I have loved long since.^ fJ ' I k 1 1 of Verse 2 only.

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Darker than night life's shadows fall around us,
And, like benighted men, we miss our mark
God hides Himself, and grace hath scarcely found
Ere death finds out his victims in the dark.

as.

Angels of Jesus,
Angels of light.
Singing to welcome
The pilgrims of the night

go, for still we hear them singing.
souls for Jesus bids you come
And through the dark, its echoes sweetly ringing.
The music of the Gospel leads us home.

Onward we

Come, weary

!

Angels of Jesus, &c.

Far, far away, like bells at evening pealing,
The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land and sea,
And laden souls, by thousands meekly stealing.
Kind Shepherd turn their wearj' steps to Thee.
I

Angels of Jesus, &c.

Rest comes at length

though

be long and dreary-.
night be past
end in welcomes to the weary.
;

life

The day must dawn, and darksome
All journeys

And Heaven,

the heart's true home, will

come

at last.

Angels of Jesus, &c.
6.

my

Cheer up,

soul faith's
the breast of life's
!

Upon
And it will

To

moonbeams

softly glisten

most troubled sea

;

cheer thy drooping heart to listen
those brave songs which Angels mean for thee.

Angels of Jesus, &c.

Angels sing on, your faithful watches keeping.
Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above
While we toil on, and soothe ourselves with weeping,
Till life's long night shall break in endless love.
!

Angels of Jesus, &c.

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301.

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