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1 Come with Joy to Meet the Lord

1. I come_ with __ joy to meet my Lord, For -
2. I come __ with __ Chris - tians far and near To
3. As Christ .L; breaks __ bread for men to share Each
4. And thus __ with __ JOY we meet our Lord, His
S. To geth er ___ met, to - geth - er bound, We'll 1. glV - en, loved __ and free, _ In awe.L; and __ won - der
2. find, as all are fed, __ Man's true Lc, com mu - ni -
3. proud di vi sion ends.Lc, That love_ that __ made us
4. pres - ence, al ways near,_ Is In __ friend-ship
S. go our dif f'rent ways,_ And as __ peo - pie
,-----J J J. J ; 1. to re call His life laid down ___ for me. __
2. ty of love In Christ's com mun lOn bread._
3. makes us one, And stran - gers now are friends.Lc,
4. bet - ter known: __ We see, and praise __ him here. __
5. In the world, ___ We'll live and speak ___ his praise.Lc,
J Text: B. A. Wren. © by Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL 60187. All rights reserved. Used by permission. Tune: Freuen wir uns all in ein, M. Weisse, + 1534, alt. Harm. T. M.

288

If Thou but Trust in God to Guide Thee 191

1. If __ thou but trust m i.. God_ to_ guide thee, And hope In
2. Who_ pours on thee his_ grace_ and, bless - ing? Who but the
3. On ly be still and_ wait_ his., lei - sure In cheer - ful
4. Sing,_ and keep hisc; way_ un - swerv- ing, In all thy 1. him.zhrol., all_ thy ways,

2. Lord.fhec.Godc.of love.

3. hope.with.heart.con - tent

4. la - bor.i faith-ful be

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He'll., give thee strength what· e'er.; be . tide thee Who., shields thee from thy_ fears; op - press- ing? To.L; take what - e'er thY_ Fa· ther's.pleas-ure And i, trust his word; tho'_ un . de . serv . ing,

1. And bear thee thro.; the_ e - vii days; Who trusts in_ God's_ un -
2. 'Tis he, the God _ of _ hosts.; a - bove. He heed- eth _ all_ thy
3. And all dis - cern· ing_love_have sent; Nor doubt our.; in . most
4. Thou yet shall find _ it _ true.L for thee; God nev . er_ will_ for -
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1. chang - Ing love Builds.; on the rock ; that_ nought can., move.
2. anx - ious prayers, With_ all In need., his.L, mer - cy.c; shares.
3. wants are known To __ him who chose- us_ for his L own.
4. sake In need The __ soul that trusts. In_ him In . deed.
J Text: G. Neumark, + 1681. Trans. C. Winkworth, + 1878, alt.

Tune: Wer nur den lieben Gott, G. Neumark, + 1681. Harm. J. S. Bach, + 1750.

289

192

I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say

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1. heard the voice of Je - sus say.l'Corne un - to me_ and L rest;
2. heard the VOIce of Je - sus say ,~'Be - hold, I free - ly __ give
3. heard the VOIce of Je - sus say.c"] am world'sJight; ~

head iup - on my

down.and.drink, and all_ thyx.day be

breast." live. " bright."

1. Lay

2. The

3. Look

down, thou wea-ry one, lay.i.down thy

liv - ing wa - ter , thirst - y_ one, stoop un - to me, thy morn shalL rise, and

Small notes for organ

as and and

I was, so I drank of I found in

wea - ry, worn and sad; _

that life - giv - ing stream i _

him my star, my sun: _

;

Je - sus Je - sus Je - sus

1. 1_ came _ to

2. 1_ came- to

3. I_looked_ to

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rest - ing place.and

soul re-vived.i and

life I'll walk _ till

r

he has made.me _ glad.

now I live_in_ him.

trav'l - ing days_are_ done.

;

1. I __ found in _ him a

2. My_ thirst was_quenched,my

3. And.i; in that_light of

N. B. This tune, in a higher key (a m), will be found under "The Great Creator of the Worlds". Text: H. Bonar, + 1889.

Tune: Tregaron, P. James, © 1941 by H. W. Gray Co., Inc. Copyright renewed.

Used with permission. All rights reserved.

290

Immaculate Mary

193

Lourdes Hymn

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1. 1m - mac - u - late Mar - y, So full of God's_ grace, __
2. 1m - mac - u - late Vir - gin, 0 hand-maid so-_ pure, __
3. 1m - mac - u - late Moth - er, Your Son IS our __ King! __
4. 1m - mac - u - late Ma- ry, Your prals - es we __ sing. __
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'<, r I I I I r I I 1. Turn_ toward L us m mer - cy And show Li us your_ face.
2. Your_ heav - en· - ly beau - ty Will al - ways en dure._
3. Let __ voic - es pro - claim L you Our Queen_ as we __ smg. __
4. You __ reign_now m splen - dor With Je - sus, our_ King._
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Ma - ri

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Text: Traditional. Trans. C. A. Peloquin, alt. © 1963 in "Cantus Populi", by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission.

Tune: Lourdes Hymn. traditional. Harm. J. G. Phillips, © 1963 in "Cantus Populi".

Permission as above.

291

194

In Christ There Is No East or West

1. In Christ there IS

2. Join hands,then, all

no who

East or hold the

West, faith,

In him no What-e'er your

South or North, race may be!

1. But

2. Who

one great

fel - low - ship of Fa - ther cheer - ful

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love Through-out the whole

- ly Is sure - ly friend

wide earth.

to me.

1. In him shall

2. In Christ now

true., hearts ev - 'ry - both East and

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Ig com - rnun-ion

him meet South and

find; North,

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gold - en one.L In

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1. His serv - ice

2. All Christ-ly

IS _ the souls., are

cord Close bind - ing all him,Through-out the whole

man - kind. wide earth.

Text: J. Oxenham, + 1941. From "Bees in Amber", alt. Tune: Old 81 st. Day's "Psalms", 1562.

292

In Dulci J ubilo

195

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1. In dul- ci JU - bi 10, With JOY we 0 - ver - flow
2.0 Je - su par - vu - Ie, By thee e'er let L, me stay;
3.0 Pa- tris ca - n - tas! 0 Na - ti le - m- tas!
4. U - bi sunt gau - di - a? Where God there lies L, on straw,
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1. When we are be - hold mg God in prae - se - pi - 0
2. Be my con so - la tion, 0 Pu - er o~ - ti - me,
3. Deep - ly we were stain ed Per nos - tra en - ml - na,
4. Where we now are sing mg_ No - va can - ti - ca,
; J-- 1. Whose light IS now un - ing Ma - tris m gre - ml - 0:
2. In all my trib - u tion,O Prin - ceps glo - n - ae:
3. But thou for us hast g~m ed Coe - 10 - rum gau - di - a.
4. And there the harps are ring ing In Re - gis cu - n - a.
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1. Al - pha es et 0, Al - pha es et o.
2. Tra - he me post te, Tra - he me post teo
3. Al Ie lu ia, Al Ie lu lao
4. AI - Ie lu AI - Ie lu lao
J-~ Text:

German, 14th Century. Verses 1,2, and 4 trans. A. Bachofen, O. S. B. Verse 3, trans. R. L. Pearsall, + 1856.

In dulci jubilo, 14th Century. Harm. T. M. in "Psalms and Hymns

for Ecumenical Worship", © 1966 by Summy-Birchard Music division of

Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission. 293

Tune:

196

In His Temple Now Behold Him

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1. In his tern - ple now be - hold L; him, See the long ex -
2. See the ho - ly maid who bore L; him, In her arms he
3. Je - sus, by your Pre - sen - ta tion, When they blessed you,
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1. pect - ed Lordr.L; An - cient proph - ets had fore told him,
2. gent - ly lies. __ While his a - ged saints a - dore him,
3. weak and poor,_ Make us see your great sal - va - tion,
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1. God has now ful filled his word. Now to praise him,
2. Ere m per - feet faith they die. Al - Ie lu - ia,
3. Seal us with your prom - ise sure; And pre - sent us, /1\.,. I 1 I J I
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1. his re - deem - ed Shall break_ forth with one ac - cord.
2. Al - le - lu - ia! Lo, th'in - car - nate God most L high!
3. in your_ glo - ry, To your_ Fa - ther, cleansed and- pure.
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N. B. This tune, in a higher key (Eb), will be found under "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven".
Text: H. J. Pye, + 1903, alt.
Tune: Lauda anima. J. Goss, + 1880. 294 I Sing the Mighty Power of God

197

1. sing the- might - y

2. smg the., good-ness

3. There's not a_ plant or

4. From heav'n he.i; sends his

power of.; God That of the; Lord That flower be - low But beams of_love To

made.the moun-tains rise, filled.the earth with food; makes.his glo - ries known; those; on earth be - neath;

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the _ crea - tures a - rise and his.i.world I

seas a - broad And with his word And tern-pests blow By

stand or move And

built., the _ loft - y skies. them.pro - nounced them good.

or - der _ from his throne;

'tis _ his _ air I breathe.

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2. He

3. And

4. 'Tis

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spread formed clouds

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1. I smg the wis - dom that or - dained TheL, sun to rule the day;
2. Lord., how your won - ders are dis - played Where-e'er I turn my eye,
3. While_ all that bor - rows life from.him Is __ ev - er III his care
4. His_ hand IS my per - pet - uaLguard, He_keeps me with his eye; r

1. The

2. If

3. And

4. How

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moon - light_glows at

I sur - vey the ev - 'ry - where that can I _ then for

his com-mand And ground I _ tread Or we can.; be, Our - get the.i Lord Who

all L, the., stars.; 0 gaze _ up - on the God_ is_ pres-ent is _ for - ev - er

; ;

- bey. sky! there. nigh?

N. B. This tune, in a lower key (A), will be found under "The Day of Resurrection." Text: I. Watts, + 1748, alt.

Tune: Ellacombe, "Wiirtemburg Gesangbuch", 1784.

198

Jesu, Joy and Treasure

1. Je su,_ Joy and_ ure, __ Sol - ace_ pass - mg __
2. Hence all_ fear and_ ness, __ Come, sweetLord of __
3. Je su.L, meek and __ ly, Sav - IOr,_pure and_
4. Je su.L, my sal va tion, __ Hear my._ sup - pli
; ; 1. meas ure, __ Gra - CIOUS gift to me! __
2. glad ness, __ Je - su, Mas ter mmei--
3. ho ly, __ Now_ we come to thee!--
4. ca tion, __ Je - su, en ter in.--
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2. Who do- tru - ly_

3. Prince of- life and L,

4. They who.i; love thc.L;

ry, serve __ thee

power,

Fa ther

Nought to L, me its_

Must by_ faith de

Our sal - va - tion's.,

Though the., storms may _

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1. sto ry, --- Yearn - ing, Lord, for thee. __
2. serve __ thee, __ Joy - ous bear thy slgn. __
3. tow er, On_ the cross see. __
4. gath er, Still_ have peace In. ___
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1. Thine I __ am, 0 Spot - less Lamb.L, In thine arms I'd
2. Scorn and_ hate may be man's fate; __ Lit - tIe worth In
3. Slain to __ take our sins a - way; __ Bless ed Lamb, on
4. Yea, what - e'er I here must bear,_ Joy IS mme be
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Text:

Tune:

Verses 1,2, J. Franck, + 1677. Trans. C. S. Terry, + 1936. Verses 3, 4, anon.

Jesu meine Freude, J. Cruger, + 1662. Harm. T. M. from "Psalms and Hymns for Ecumenical Worship", © 1966 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission. 297

199

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

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Tune: Werde munter mein Gemiithe. J. Schop, + 1664. Setting by J. S. Bach, + 1750.

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Jesus, Bread in Mercy Broken

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1. Je sus, bread m mer - cy bra ken, Sa cred
2. Prince of life, sal va - tion's tow - er, By your
3. Pas chal Lamb! Your of - f'ring fin - ished, Once for
4. Life nn - part - ing heav'n - ly man - na, Strick - en 1. wine.L in love out - poured, For the words which you have spa - ken,
2. bod - y souls are healed; Prince of peace, 0 Lord of pow - er,
3. all,_when you were slain, In its full - ness un - di - min - ished
4. rock.L with stream - ing side, Heav'n and earth with loud ho - san - na, r
1. Thanks we ren - der you, 0 Lord, Al - Ie
2. By your blood is __ par don sealed, Al - Ie
3. Shall for ev er more re mam, AI le
4. War ship you, the __ Lamb who died, Al - Ie
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1. lu - ia, Al - le - lu - ia, Liv - ing sac - n fice and Lord!
2. lu - ia, Al le - Iu - ia, Word of cea., in flesh re - vealed.
3. lu - la, AI Ie - lu - la, Cleans - ing souls., from ev - 'ry stain.
4. lu - ia, Al Ie - lu - ia, Ris'n, as - cend - ed, glo - ri fied!
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N. B. This melody may also be used with "Tantum Ergo Sacramentum" and "Therefore, We, Before Him Bending". Text: Verse 1, J. Dunn. © by author. Used with permission. Verses 2-4, G. H. Bourne, + 1925, alt. Tune: St. Thomas Old, J. F. Wade, + 1786, in "Cantus Diversi", 1751.

306

Jesus Christ Is Ris'n Today

201

1. Je - sus Christ is ris'n to - day,_ Ie - Iu ia!
2. Hymns of praise then let us smg.L; Ie Iu ia!
3. But the pains which he en - dured., Ie - Iu ia!
4. Sing we to our God a - bove.L Ie - Iu ia!
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1. Our tri - urn -phant ho - Iy_ day,_ Ie Iu ia!
2. Un - to Christ, our heav'n-ly.L King,_ Ie - Iu ia!
3. Our sal - va - tion havec pro - cured., Ie Iu ia!
4. Praise e - ter - nal as_ his.L love.L, Ie lu ia! 1. Raise your JOYs and_ tri - umphs high, Al Ie - Iu ia!
2. Who en - dured the_ cross and grave, Al Ie - Iu ia!
3. Now a - bove the __ heav'ns he's King, Al Ie - Iu ia!
4. Praise him, all ye_- heav'n - Iy host, Al Ie - Iu ia!
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1. Sing,_ye_heav'ns,and_ earth re - ply,_ Ie - Iu ia!
2. Sin - ners_ to re - deem and save.L, le - Iu ia!
3. Where.rhe., an - gels_ ev - er sing,_ Ie Iu ia!
4. Fa - ther.Son and_ Ho - Iy Chost., le - Iu ia!
; J Text: Verses 1-3, Latin, 14th Century. Trans. from "Lyra Davidica", 1708, alt.

Verse 4, C. Wesley, + 1788.

Tune: Lyra Davidica, 1708. 307

202

Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee

First Tune

r r r r

1. Joy - ful, joy ~ ful, we a - dore.thee,

2. All thy works with JOY sur - roundthee,

3. Thou art giv - ing and for - giv - ing,

4. Mor - tals,join the might - y cho - rus,

Lord fleet ev - stars

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God .of glo - ry, Earth.and heav'n re - Ev - er bless - ing,

Which.the morn - ing

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2. Stars and an - gels smg a - roundjhee, Cen - ter of un - bra - ken.praise.
3. Well - spring of the JOY of liv - ing, o - cean depth of hap - py_rest!
4. Fa - ther-Iove IS reign - ing o'er., us, Brath-er - love binds man to Lman.
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l. Melt the clouds.of sm and sad - ness, Drive the.i dark of doubt a -way;
2. Field and for - est, vale and moun-tain, Bloom - ing_mead - ~w, flash - ing sea,
3. Thou our Fa - ther, Christ our Broth-er, All who.Iive m love are thine;
4. Ev - er sing - ing, march we on - ward, Vic - tors; in the midst lstrife. of_ im tal glad- ness, .r f
l. Giv - er - mor - Fill us _ withc.the.L lIght of.; day.
2. Chant - ing bird rand flow - ing foun-tain, Call us_ to_ re - j.oice in., thee.
3. Teach us how.jo love each oth - er, Lift us_ to_the_ JOY di - vine.
4. Joy - ful mu - SIC lifts us sun - ward, In the.; tri - umph, song oL life. Text: H. van Dyke, + 1933.

Tune: Austria, F. J. Haydn, + 1809.

308

Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee

203

Second Tune

1. Joy - ful, joy - ful, we a - dare thee, God of glo - ry, Lord of love;
2. All thy works with JOY sur-round thee, Earth and heav'n re - fleet thy rays;
3. Thou art giv - mg and for - giv - ing, Ev - er bless - ing, ev - er blest,
4. Mar - tals, join the might - y_cho - rus, Which the morn - ing stars be - gan;
J J ; J J J J J. j)d 1. Hearts un - fold like flowers be - fore thee, Prais - ing thee, their sun a - bove.
2. Stars and an - gels sing a - round thee, Cen - ter of un - bra - ken praise.
3. Well- spring of the JOY of_ liv - ing, o - cean depth of hap - py rest!
4. Fa - ther -love IS reign - ing_ o'er us, Broth - er - love binds man to man.
J J ; J J J r r --
1. Melt the clouds of sm and.i sad - ness, Drive the.i.dark of doubt a - way; Giv -
2. Field and for - est, vale andmoun-tain, Bloom - ing_ mead~w, flash - ing sea, Chant-
3. Thou our Fa - ther, Christ ourBroth - er, All who_live III love are thine; Teach
4. Ev - er smg - mg, march we _ on - ward, Vic - tors _ in the midst of strife. Joy -
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1. - er of im - mar - tal_ glad - ness, Fill us with the light of day.
2. - mg bird and flow - ing.Lfoun - tain, Call us to re - joice in thee.
3. -- us how to love each., oth - er, Lift us to the joy di - vine.
4. ful mu - SIC lifts us _ sun - ward In the tri - umph song of life.
J J N. B. This tune, in a lower key (F), will be found under "Lord of Nation, God Eternal". Text: H. van Dyke, + 1933.

Tune: Hymn to loy, L. van Beethoven, + 1827. Harm. T. M.

309

204

Jesus, Name of Wondrous Love ~

1. je - sus, Name of won -drous Love, A! le
2. J e - sus, Name de creed of old, Al Ie
3. Je - sus, Name of mer - cy mild, Al Ie
4. Je - sus, Name of price -Iess worth, A! Ie
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2. Kneel - ing in her low - ly cell, A! - Ie - lu - la,
3. When the cup of hu - man woe, A! - Ie - lu - ra,
4. For the prom - ise that it gave, A! - le - lu - ta,
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1. Bow III deep hu mil - i - ty,- Al le lu ia.
2. By the an - gel Ga - bri - el,_ A! le lu ia.
3. First he tast - ed here be - low.L A! Ie lu ia.
4. "Je - sus shall his peo - pIe save;" Al Ie lu - ia.
_J~ ~ N. B. This tune, in a higher key (G), will be found under "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today".

Text: W. W. How, + 1897, alt.

Tune: Gaudeamus pariter, J. Horn, + 1547. Harm. C. A. Carroll. From "Pius X Hymnal", © 1953 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission.

310

Joy to the World

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2. Joy to the world! the Say - ior reIgns; Let earth her
3. He rules the world with truth and grace And makes the
4. His name shall be the Prince of Peace, The ev - er -
5. "Glo - ry t~ God," the sound - ing skies With JOY their
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last - mg Lord, The Won - der ful, __ the Coun - sel
an - thems ring: "Peace to __ the L earth, __ good will.c, to_
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4. lor. __ The God by all a - dored, Thc.; God by

5. all,'_' __ From heav'n's e - ter - nal L King, Fromheav'n's e

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Bass Text: Verses 1-3, Psalm 98 paraphrase, I. Watts, + 1748.

Verse 4, J. Morison, + 1798. Verse 5, E. H. Sears, + 1876.

Tune: Antioch. G. F. Handel, + 1759. Adapted L. Mason, + 1872.

311

206 Let All the World in Ev'ry Corner Sing

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Tune: Augustine, E. Routley, + 1982. © 1976 by Hinshaw Music, Inc.
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Lift High the Cross

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1. Let.L; ev - 'ry race Lc; and_ ev - 'ry lan- guage tell Of_
2. Frorn ; far - thest re - glOns_ let them hom - age bring And L,
3. Set_ up thy throne L, that .L; earth's de - spair may cease Be -
4. For_ thy blest Cross.L, which.i, doth for all a - tone, Cre -
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2. on __ his_ Cross L, a dore their Say - ior King.
3. neath.; the_ shad ow __ of its heal - ing peace.
4. a tion's., prais es __ nse be - fore thy throne.
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6. Led_ on their way __ by __ this tri - urn - ph ant sIgn, The_
7. Saved.L by this Cross_ where on their Lord was slain, The_
8. O __ Lord, once lift ed __ on the glo - rious tree, As_
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6. of __ God_ 10 __ con - qu'ring ranks com bine.
7. of __ Ad am_ their lost home re - gam.
8. hast_ prom - ised,_ draw us un - to thee.
)J Text: G. W. Kitchin, + 1912 and M. R. Newbolt, + 1956, alt. Tune: Crucifer, S. H. Nicholson, + 1947. Used with permission of the Proprietors of "Hymns Ancient and Modern".

315

208

Let All Things Now Living

1. Let all things now_ liv - ing A song of_ thanks - giv - ~ng
2. Be - side us to __ guide us, Our God with, us _ Jom - mg,
3. We praise thee, a __ God, our Re - deem - er,_ ere a - tor,
4. His law he en - fore - es, The stars in_ their_ cours - es,
J J r r r r r r
1. To God the L, ere a - tor tri urn - phant - ly raise,
2. Or - dain - ing.,., mam - tain - mg his king - dom di vine,
3. In grate - ful_ de vo - tion our trib - ute we bring.
4. The sun m_ its_ or - bit 0 be - dient - ly shine. 1. Who fash - ioned and_ made us, Pro - teet - ed_ and.L stayed us,
2. So from the be gm - ning The fight we L, werec; wm - rung.
3. We lay it be fore thee, We kneel and i, a dore thee,
4. The hills and the _ moun - tains, The nv - ers.L and L, foun - tains,
J J r r r r r r r
1. Who guid - eth L; us_ on to the end of our days.
2. Thou, Lord, wast.; at_ our side, all glo - ry be thine.
3. We bless thy_ ho ly name, glad prais - es we s~ng.
4. The deeps of __ the L, 0 - cean pro - claim him di vine. 316

1. His_ ban - ners_ are_ o'er us, His light goes., be fore us,
2. We_ all do.L; ex tol thee, Our lead - er __ tri urn - phant,
3. With, VOIC - es __ u nit - ed Our prals - es __ we_ of - fer,
4. We_ too should.be L; voic - ing Our love and_ re ]OIC - ing,
.J ; 1 .J LA pil - lar.L of_ fire shin 109 forth 10 the night,
2. And pray that , thou , still our de - fend - er wilt be.
3. And glad - ly_ our_ songs of true wor - ship we raise.
4. With glad ad - 0 ra - tion a song let us raise,
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1. Till have van - ished And dark - ness_ IS __ ban - ished,_
2. Let con - gre ga - tion Es - cape trib - u la - tion;_
3. Thy grace now con fess - ing, We pray for_ thy.L, bless - ing;_
4. Till all things now_ liv - ing U nite in __ thanks - ing_
.J r r r
1. As __ for - ward _ we __ trav - el from lighr L, in - to light.
2. Thy __ name be __ praised i, al - ways; 0 Lord.Lrnake us free.
3. To __ thee, great L, Re deem - er, for ev - er be praise.
4. To __ God in __ the __ high - est, ho san - na and praise.
; Text: Verses 1,4, J. Cowley. Verse 2, anon. Verse 3, J. C. Cory, + 1963. Tune: Ashgrove, Welsh Folk Tune. Harm. T. M.

317

209

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

In unison

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1. Let all mor - tal flesh keep_ Sl - lence And in awe and
2. King of kings yet born of __ Mar - y, As of old on
3. Rank on rank the host of __ heav - en Spreads its van-guard
4. At his feet the SlX winged_ ser - aph, Cher - u - bim with
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1. won - der_ stand; Pon - der noth - ing earth - ly mind - ed,
2. earth he_ stood, Lord of Lords In hu - man __ ves - ture,
3. on the_ way, As the Light of light de scend - eth
4. sleep - less.L; eye, Veil their fac - es to the __ Pres - ence,
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1. For with bless - ing in his_ hand Christ, our God, to
2. In the bod - y and the L; blood, He will give to
3. From the realms of end - less L, day, That the pow'rs of
4. As with cease - less voice they_ cry, "AI - Ie - lu - ra, r f -e- u_____... I
1. earth de - scend eth, Our full hom - age to de mand.
2. all the faith ful His own self for heav'n-ly_ food.
3. hell may van ish As the dark - ness clears a way.
4. al Ie - lu la, AI- Ie - lu - la, Lord Most L High!" Text: Cherubic Hymn from the Liturgy of St. James, paraphrase G. Moultrie, + 1885. Tune: Picardy, 17th Century French Carol. Harm. T. M.

318

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Let the Whole Creation Cry 210
Ps.148
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1. Let the whole cre - a - tion., cry,
2. Praise him, all ye hosts a - bove, Al le Iu ia!
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3. Men and worn - en, young and.; old,
4. From the north to south - ern_ pole,
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1. Glo - ry to the Lord on., high;
2. Ev - er bright and fair inc, love; Al Ie lu ia!
3. Raise the an - them man - 1 - fold;
4. Let the might - y cho - rus_ roll;
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2. Sun and

3. Join . with

4. Ho - ly,

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wake_and_sing: lift _ your_ voice, song - ful.; praise, ho - Iy.,., Lord,

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2. Night and_ stars,

3. Wor - ship.i; God

4. Heav'n - Iy_ King,

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Text: Psalm 148 paraphrase, S. A. Brooke, + 1916, alt. Tune: Llanfair, R. Williams, + 1821.

319

211

Lift up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates

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1. Lift up your heads, ye might y gates: Be -
2. 0 blest the land, the cit y blest, Where
3. Fling wide the por - tals of __ your heart; Make
4. Re deem - er, come! we 0 pen wide Our
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1. hold the King of glo ry waits! The King L., of
2. Christ, the Rul - er, IS __ con - fessed! 0 hap py
3. it a tern - pie, set __ a - part From earth Iy
4. hearts to thee; here, Lord,_ a - bide. Let us _ thy
J J J ; ; ; ; ; 1. kings_ IS draw ing near; The Say - ior the
2. hearts- and hap py homes To whom this of
3. use __ for heav'n's _ em - ploy, A - domed with and
4. In ner pres ence feel, Thy grace and In
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1. world L IS here. For us sal - va - tion he- doth bring,
2. tri umph c?mes! The ra - diant Sun of God_ IS he,
3. love Lc; and JOY· So let your Sov - 'reign en ter In,
4. us __ re - veal; Thy Ho - ly Spir - it guide ; us on
J J 1. So let us all re joice L, and Sing; We praise thee,
2. Who comes to set his peo pIe free. 0 Com - fort -
3. And new and no bler life_ be - gin: To thee, 0
4. Un til our glo - nous goal_ IS won. E ter - nal
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1. Fa - ther, now; Cre - a - tor, wise_ art thou! __
2. er __ di - Vine, What bound-less grace_ IS thine!--
3. God.L, we raise Our songs and deeds L of praise.--
4. praise.; and fame We of - fer to __ thy name. __
J ;.-----; J J J J Text: G. Weissel, + 1635. Trans. C. Winkworth, + 1878, alt. Tune: Macht hoch die Tiir, "Geistreiches Gesang-Buch", 1704.

321

212

Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days

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1. Lord, who through - out these for ty days For
2. As you with Sa - tan did can - tend And
3. As you did hun - ger and did thirst, So
4. And through these days of pen i tence, And
5. A bide with us that through this life Of
~ ; 1. us did fast and pray, Teach us to a ver
2. did the VIC - t'ry Win, 0 give us strength In
3. teach us, gra - ClOUS Lord, To die to self and
4. through your pas - sion tide, For ev - er - more, In
5. suf f'ring and of pain An East - er of un
; ; r·
1. come our SinS And close by you to stay.
2. you to fight, In you to can - quer Sin.
3. so to live By your most ho - ly word.
4. life and death, 0 Lord, with us a bide.
s. end - ing JOY We may at last at tain.
I J J J
-* Text: C. F. Hernaman, + 1898, alto

Tune: St. Flavian, from "Day's Psalter", 1562.

322

Lord Jesus, as We Turn from Sin

213

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1. Lord Je sus, as we turn from sm
2. We call on you whose liv mg word
3. Your glance at Pe ter helped him know
4. Reach out and touch with heal i?g power
5. Then stay with us when eve - mng comes
J ; ; J 1. With strength and hope re stored, Re - ceive the hom - age
2. Has made the Fa - ther known; 0 Shep- herd, we have
3. The love he had de sired. Now g~ze on us and
4. The wounds we have re ceived, That m for - give - ness
5. And dark - ness makes us blind, 0 stay un - til the
; J J J. J ; ; 6-
1. that we bring To you, our ris en Lord.
2. wan - dered far. Find us and lead __ us home.
3. heal us, Lord, Of self - ish ness __ and pride.
4. we may love And may no long er grieve.
S. light of dawn May fill both heart __ and mind.
; J ; _J_ J J Text: R. Wright, © International Committee on English in the liturgy. Used with permission. Tune: Nun danket all und bringet Ehr, J. Cruger, + 1662.

323

214

Lord of Nations, God Eternal

First Tune

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1. Lord of na - tions, God E - ter - nal, Lift.we songs of praise to Lthee,
2. Make our na - tion strong In jus - tice, That_the peo - ple still shallknow
3. Turn our eyes to things e - ter - nal, Let.i.us learn the truth a - new
4. Fill our hearts with hope and cour-age, Let., us SIng the songs of_peace,
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1. For our na -tion strong and might-y; May_ thy bless - ings ev - er_be
2. Free - dom from all fear and dan - ger From_with - in, from out - ward.foe.
3. That man nev-er finds sal - va - tion By_ the things that he can Ldo.
4. As In broth-er - hood we la - bor That true jus - tice may in - crease.
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1. On our land,_a land of beau-ty, Land of., free - dam, land
2.0 re - new.i us In true val - or, That like_found -ers of
3. Teach us that.iwe are but pil- gz:ims As our, fa - thers
4. Give us hearts.that know com - pas - SlOn, Help - ing., oth - ers on 1. Fields and val - leys, plains and moun-tains.Spread-ing.; 'neath_blue_ J:s a - bbve.
2. We may stand.for right and han - or, Seek - ing _ guid - ance_ by your_hand.
3. That we jour -ney here a sea - son, Trav - 'ling., to _ an_ un - known_shore.
4. Till all men.shall live in free -dorn, And ac - cept, your.; sov-'reign_sway. Text: H. G.l..anier, + 1978. Copyright © 1975 by The Hymn Society of America, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH 45501. Used by permission.

Tune: Austria. F. 1. Haydn, + 1809.

324

Lord of Nations, God Eternal

215

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1. Lord of na - tions, God E - ter - nal, we songs praise to thee,
2. Make our na - tion strong in.. jus - tice, That the pea - pie still shall know
3. Turn our eyes to things e - ter - nal, Let us learn the truth a - new
4. Fill our hearts with hope and.cour - age, Let us sing the songs of peace,
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1. For our na - tion strong and_might - y; May thy bless - ings ev - er be
2. Free - dam from all fear and, dan - ger From with - in, from out - ward foe.
3. That man nev - er finds sal - va - tion By the things that he can do.
4. As in broth -er hood we_ la - bar That true jus - tice may in - crease.
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1. On our land, land of_ beau - ty, Land of_free - dam, land . we love;
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2. 0 re - new us m true. val - or, That like.found - ers of this land
3. Teach us that we are but- pil - grims As our.i fa - thers were be - fore;
4. Give us hearts that know com -pas - Sian, Help - ing., oth - ers on their way;
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skies a - bove. by your hand. un-known shore. sov- 'reign sway.

N. B. This tune, in a higher key (G), will be found under "Sing with All the Sons of Glory" and "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee".

Text: H. G. Lanier, + 1978, in "New Hymns for America". Copyright © 1975 by Hymn Society of America, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH 45501. Used by permission.

Tune: Hymn to loy, L. van Beethoven,+1827. Harm. T. M.

325

216 Lord, Thou Hast Searched Me
Ps.139
In unison
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1. Lord, thou hast searched me and sure ly know
2. My words from thee I __ can not hide;
3. Where can I go a part from thee,
4. If I the wings of __ morn mg take
5. If deep - est dark - ness L; cov er me,
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.
IV r e~r ~ I I II T
1. Where - rest, where - e'er go;
2. I feel thy power on ev - 'ry side;
3. Or whith - er from thy pres - ence flee?
4. And far a - way my dwell - mg make,
5. The dark - ness hid - J) Jt q~m Jee;
J .J J ;.
.
-, I I I I r
1. Thou know - est all that have planned,
2.0 won - drous knowl - edge, awe - some might,
3. In heaven? It IS thy dwell ing fair;
4. The hand that lead eth me IS thine,
5. To thee both night and day are bright;
; (b)J ./ f\ , I I I I
10 r I r r r r r ,:
1. And all my ways are III thy hand.
2. Un - fath - omed depth, un - meas - ured height!
3. In death's a - bode? La, thou art there.
4. And my sup - port thy power di - vine.
5. TJ_e dark - ness shin - eth as the light.
,d ; .J 1 1 1 1
.
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, Text. Psalm 139 paraphrase, from "Psalter Hymnal', 1959 alt. Tune: The King's Majesty, G. George, © 1941 by H. W. Gray Co., Inc.

Copyright renewed. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

326

Lord, Who at Your First Eucharist Did Pray

217

1. Lord, who at your first eu - cha - rist did.pray That all your Church might
2. For all your Church, 0 Lord, we in - ter-cede, In you our lack of
3. So, Lord, at length when sac - ra - ments shall.cease, May we be one with
; ; J J ; J /1\ I 1 I
It. r t ·~tf r ~f r r I I r i r I r
1. be for - ev - er one, Grant us at ev - 'ry eu - cha - rist to say
2. char - i - ty will cease; Draw us the near - er each to each, we plead,
3. all your Church a - bove, One with your saints 10 one un - eJd - , pe;;ce,
I I I I I I I I I .J J .J
I I I r I r I I I I r

1. With long - ing., heart

2. By draw - ing.; all

3. One with YOUL saints

and_soul,"Your will be done." 0_ may we all one
to.i.you, 0 Prince of Peace; Thus_ may we all one
in.i.one un - bound - ed love; More L, bless-ed still, in
; ; J ; J J J
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1. bread,one bod - y_ be, Through.this blest _ sac - ra - ment of u - 01 - ty.
2. bread,one bod - y- be, Through.this blest _ sac - ra - ment of u - 01 - ty.
3. peace.and love to- be One Lwith the-Trin - i - ty 10 U - n1 - ty.
J J ; J Text: William H. Turton, + 1938, alt. © by Proprietors of "Hymns Ancient and Modern".

Used by permission.

Tune: Song 1 (Var.).O. Gibbons, + 1625. Harm. T. M.

327

218 Lord, Who Hast Made Us for Thine Own

Ps.148

1. Lord, who hast made us for thine own, Hear __
2. Waves roll - mg in on ev - 'ry shore Pause __
3. Earth, ev - er through the pow'r di vine, Seed
4. Burn, lamps of night with con - stant flame, Shine __ -----r
1. as we smg be fore thy throne. AI - Ie
2. at his foot - fall and a dore. Al - Ie
3. time and har - vest shall be thine. AI - Ie
4. to the hon - or of his name. Al - Ie
J ,/ '\ ... I I I I I I
I' -, 1 i r 1 ..___.,r i 1--',
1. Iu ra, Al Ie Iu lao Ac
2. Iu ra, Al Ie Iu lao Ye __
3. Iu ia, Al Ie Iu lao Sweet L,
4. Iu ia, Al Ie Iu lao Thou Li;
j j , J J-----I J J
I I 1 I I 1 I r
1. cept thy chil - dren's rev - 'rent praise For
2. tor - rents rush - mg from the hills Bless __
3. flowers that - fume all the Thank_
4. sun, the 0 Re 328

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1. all thy won - drous works and Al - Ie
2. him whose hand your foun - tain Al Ie
3. him that he hath made you fair. AI - Ie
4. new his from day to day. Al le /f\~ I I I I I
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Text:

Psalm 148 paraphrase, R F. Gray. ©1920 by Stainer & Bell, Ltd. Used with permission of Galaxy Music Corp., N. Y., sole U. S. agent.

Vigiles et sancti, "Cologne Gesangbuch", 1623. Harm. R. Vaughan Williams, + 1958, in the "English Hymnal," Oxford University Press. Used with permission.

Tune:

329

219

Loving Mother of Our Savior Alma Redemptoris Mater

Contorts]

Compline Anthem During Advent All

mg Moth - er of our Sav - ior, rna Red- em - pta - ris Ma - ter,

J ----------J .

thou quae

cae -

a - pen gate lead -

per - vi - a

ing us to Ii par - ta

. ----- r

heav - en, and Star of the Sea, help t~ fall - en pea - pIe,

rna - nes, Et stel - la rna - ris, suc - cur - re ca - den - ti

~--~

------------

help all those who seek to

sur - ge - re qui cu - rat

rise a - gain. p6 - pu - 10:

Maid - en who didst give birth, Tu quae ge - nu - { - sti,

-

--

r

all na - ture won - der - ing,

na - tu - ra mi - rlin - te,

to thy ho - Iy Lord tu - urn san - cturn Ge - ni

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- tor:

- rern:_

330

r

Vir - gin be - fore and vir - gin al - ways

Vir - go pri - us ae po - ste - ri - us,

who re - ceived from Ga-briel's mouth

Ga - brt - e - lis ab 0 - re

d.

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this mes - sage from heav - en, take pit - y on us poor SIn - ners.
su - mens il - Iud A - ve, pee - ea - to - rum mi - se - r~ reo
--rl 1. V. The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary. K. And she conceived of the Holy Ghost .

.v. Angelus Dtimini nuntidvit Mariae. R Et concepit de Spiritu Sane to.

Text: Ascribed to H. Contractus, + 1054. English adaptation by T. M. © 1953 in "Pius X Hymnal", by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission.

Tune: Plainchant, Mode 5, Ace, T. M.

331

220

Mary, Queen of Heav'n Regina Caeli, Laetare

Compline Anthem During Eastertide All

Cantor!s)

r

- la.

- ia:

r

Mar - y, Queen of Heav'n,

Re - g{ - na cae - Ii,

;

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For he whom Qui - a quem

be joy - ful, Al - le - lu lae - ta - re, Al - Ie - lu

r

lu - la,

lu - ia:

He is ris - en R e - sur - rex - it

thou hast mer - it - ed to bear, Al le

me - ru - {- sti par - ta - re, A.t Ie

J ;

r r r
as he fore - told, Al - Ie Iu - lao Plead with God our sins to spare,
sic - ut di - xit, AI- le lu - ia: 0 - ra pro no - bis De - um,
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al at

le Ie

Iu lu

lao ia.

V. Rejoice and be glad, 0 Virgin Mary, alleluia. .R". For the Lord is truly arisen, alleluia.

-¥: Gaude et laetdre Virgo Marfa, alleluia .

./? Quia surrexit Dominus vere, alleluia.

Text: 14th Century, anon. English text adaptation by T. M. in "Pius X Hymnal", © 1953 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission.

Tune: Plainchant, Mode 6. Ace. T. M.

332

Mary the Dawn

221

T.4E

r .....__...,
1. Mar - y the Dawn, Christ the
2. Mar - y the Root, Christ the
3. Mar - y the Wheat - sheaf, Christ the
4. Mar - y the Font, Christ the
5. Mar - y the Tern - pIe, Christ the
6. Mar - y the Bea - eon, Christ the
.-----....
+Ped. Per - feet Mys - tie Liv - ing

Cleans - ing Tern - ple's Ha - yen's

_...

Day; Vine; Bread; Flood; Lord; Rest;

------ _...
1. Mar - y the Gate, Christ the Heav'n - ly Way!
2. Mar - y the Grape, Christ the Sa - ered Wine!
3. Mar - y the Rose - tree, Christ the Rose blood - red!
4. Mar - y the Chal - ice, Christ the Say - ing Blood!
5. Mar - y the Shrine, Christ the God a - dored!
6. Mar - y the Mir - ror, Christ the Vi - sion Blest!
~ -r

7. Mar - y

;

the Moth - er,

;

Christ the

Moth - er's

Son·

;;____

·Ped.

ev - er blest while end - less a - ges_ run.

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men.

+Ped.

oped.

+Ped.

Text: Anon.

Tune: Adapted to Psalm Tone, Mode 4 by P. Cross. Ace, T. M.

333

222

My Country,' Tis of Thee

America

r r 'tis thee, Sweet of
1. My coun - try,
2. My na tive coun try, thee, Land the
3. Let mu SIC swell the breeze, And nng from
4. Our fa - thers' God, to thee, Au - thor of
)J ; ; J J r r·
1. lib er - ty, Of thee sing; Land where my
2. no ble free, 'fhy name love; I love thy
3. all the trees, Sweet free - dam's song; Let mar - tal
4. lib er - ty' To thee we smg; Long may our
;. ; WFTf , ~ ~ ~ ~ ~: t ~
1. fa thers died, Land of the Pil grims' pride,
2. rocks and rills, Thy woods and tern pled hills;
3. tongues a - wake; Let all that breathe par - take;
4. land be bright With free - dam's ho Iy light;
.;. )J ; ; ; ; ;. )J ; 1. From ev ry_ moun - tain - side Let_ free - dam nng.
2. My heart L with L, rap - ture th rills Like , that a bove.
3. Let rocksc; their _ Sl - lence break; The_ sound pro long.
4. Pro - tect.L; us-_ by thy might, Great; God, our King.
; n ;. 1> Text: S. F. Smith, + 1895.

Tune: America, English 18th Century. Adapted in 'Thesaurus Musicus ", c. 1741.

334

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My God, Accept My Heart This Day

223

r

1. My

2. A

3. Let

4. All

I

r

God, noint ev glo

I

r

r

r

day, grace word

be,

_l

r

And And

To All

j

r

r

heart heav'n work

Fa

this

- ly_ and L, - ther_

J

cept with thought to

ac me_

'ry-

ry-

J

my thy and the

1

I

J

I

I

I

L.....J r

I

I

o.......J I

1. make it whol - ly thine, That I from thee no_
2. seal me for thine own; That I may see thy_
3. thee be ev - er giv'n , Then_ life shall be thy_
4. glo ry to the Son, All __ glo - ry, Ho - ly_
~ ~ J. J r r
1. more may stray, No __ more from thee_ de cline.
2. glo rious face, And_ wor - ship at __ thy_ throne.
3. ser vice, Lord, And_ death the gate_ of __ heav'n.
4. Ghost, to thee While_ end - less a ges __ run. Text: M. Bridges, + 1894.

Tune: Cheshire, 16th Century, anon. Harm. J. G. Phillips. From "Cantus Populi", © 1963 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd.

Used with permission.

335

224

My God, How Wonderful You Are

r
1. My God, how der ful you are,
2. How ra - diant how beau ti ful
3. And yet I you, liv ing God,
4. But I may so love you, Lord,
5. Dear Fa - ther, me come to you, /r,. '" I 1 _l I _l
14 ) r r r ... ~ r r~r r r r r r
1. In rna] - es ty_ so bright,_ How beau - ti - ful_ your
2. Your pres - ence,_ Lord,_ must be, __ Your end - less WIS - dom,
3. With deep - est,_ anx - lOUS fears,_ And wor - ship you _ with
4. For good - ness_ you_ im - part,_ And you have stooped. to
5. Your pres - ence_ let __ me see, __ That I may live_with -
I I r-, I I I I- I J J J 1 I 1
r I I I r I I I "r I I ./r,._.. I I 1 I
IV r r ~ r r r r r r"
1. dwell - ing place, _ In depths of burn - ll:g light!
2. bound - less power.L And pure di - vin - I - ty!
3. trem - bling hope- And pen - i - ten - tial tears.
4. ask_ of me __ The love of my __ poor heart.
S. In __ your love _Through all e - ter - ru - ty'
y-; 1 1 1 I I 1-- " I 1
<, I I I I I I I ~ I r " Text: F. W. Faber, + 1863. Adapted by A. G. Petti in "New Catholic Hymnal," © 1971 by Faber Music Limited.

Tune: Gerontius, J. B. Dykes, + 1876, val.

336

My God, My God, 0 Hear My Plea Ps.22

225

i '---"'"
l. My God, my God, 0 hear my plea, 0 why have you
2. All those who see me scoff at me. They shake their heads
3. Un - num - bered foes would do me wrong; They press a - bout
4. While on my dy - ing form they gaze, My cour - age fails;
; -.. ...._..
l. a ban - do ned me? pray to you m
2. and sneer at me: "He prays his God will
3. me harsh and strong. With ern - el hate and
4. my strength de - cays. My shame and sor - row
----- ; i
l. time of need; My cnes for help, when will you heed?
2. res cue him; But yet he has not - swered h' "
an im.
3. an ger fierce, My help - less hands and feet they pierce.
4. heed - mg not, My gar - ments they di - vide by lot.
J 5. 0 God, now hasten to my side;

Your face from me, oh do not hide. From death and suffering set me free; I live if you will answer me.

6. I always will declare your fame

To brethren gathered in your name:

"Give glory to the Lord always,

All you, his people, give him praise."

Text: Psalm 22 paraphrase, J. Dunn. © by author. Used with permission. Tune: Aurora caelum, Plainchant, Mode 8. Harm. T. M.

337

226 N ow Fades All Earthly Splendor
/1\ I I J 1 _h._ _l_ ...L
tJ r 1 ~ r r 1-'1 I I I V r r I
1. Now fades all earth - ly splen - dor, The shades of night de - scend ,
2. The sil - ver notes of morn - ing Will greet the ris - mg sun,
3. So will the new ere - a - tion Rise from the old, re - born
J ~. J)J J J~ J J J. jJJ ; J.
<, r

dy - ing of the

once the East - er splen - dor in Christ's

;

1.

2. As

3. To

day - light Fore - tells ere - a - tion's end. _

glo ry Shone round the Ris - en One. _

glo ry And ev - er - last - ing

J

r r'Jf s~, i: r r r
1. Though, noon gives.place to sun - dark gives place to light:_
2. So __ will the.might of dy - ing Give L place to heav - en's day,_
3. All_ dark - ness.will be end - ed As_ faith gives place to sight __
~ ; ; ~ J J------ r·
1. The prom - ise of to - row With dawn's new hope., is bright.
2. And hope of heav - en's VI sron Will light our pil - grim way.
3. Of Fa - ther, Son and Spir it, One God m heav-en's light. Text: J. Quinn, S. J. ©1969 James Quinn SJ, reprinted by permission of Geoffrey Chapman, a division of Cassell Ltd.

Tune: Cantique, "Cantiques Gothiques", 1648. Harm. J. G. Phillips. From "Cantus Populi", © 1963 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd.

Used with permission.

338

Now, His Years of Life Perfected

227

&
1. Now, his years of life per - feet - ed, Our a - tone -
2. Gall he drinks, his strength sub du - mg, Reed and thorn
3. Hail, true Cross, of beau - ty rar - est, King of all
4. Bend thy branch - es down to meet him, Bend that stub -
J & J 1. ment's price to be; By the doom long since e lect ed,
2. and nail and spear Plot his gen - tle frame's un - do - ing,
3. the for - est trees; Leaf and flow'r and fruit thou bear - est,
4. born heart of thine; Let thy na - tive force, to greet him,
J .0.. .0. J & J .0. .0. J 1. Bound and nailed to set us free, Christ, our Vic - tim,
2. Blood and wa ter thence ap - pear With their cleans - mg
3. Med - 'cine for a world's dis - ease; Fair - est wood, and
4. All its rug ged - ness re - sign; Gent - ly let thy
; J J J J .0.. & J .0. J --
1. hangs re ject - ed On the cross of Cal va ry.
2. tide re new - mg Earth and sea and star ry sphere.
3. i ron fair - est, Yet more fair who hung __ on thee.
4. wood en - treat him, Roy - al suf - f'rer and di vine.
.0. .0. J ; J J ..--...& J Text: Venantius Fortunatus, + 609. Trans. R. Knox, + 1957. Tune: Ascribed to G. P. da Palestrina, + 1594.

339

228

BENEDICTION SERVICE (English)

N OW My Tongue, the Myst'ry Telling Therefore, We Before Him Bending

_____ ---.., r

1. Now my tongue, the_ mys - t'ry tell ing

2. Giv'n for us and L, con - de - scend - ing

3. That last night, at __ sup - per ly - ing

4. Word made flesh, true L, bread he mak - eth

5. THERE-FORE,WE be - fore him bend - ing,

6. Glo - ry let us _ gIve and bless - mg,

...______" ~ Of_ the glo - rious To_ be born for 'Mid_ the Twelve, his By_ his word his This Lgreat Sac - ra - To_ the Fa - ther

.......__...... .
1. Bod - y, smg_ And the Blood, all price ex - cell - mg
2. us be low, __ He with us in con - verse blend - ing
3. cho - sen band,- Je - sus, with the Law com - ply - mg,
4. Flesh to be; __ Wine his Blood, which who - so tak - eth
5. ment re - vere; __ An - cient forms have seen their end - mg
6. and the Son, __ Hon - or, might, and praise ad - dress - in ,
~ J -------
1. Which the Gen - tiles' Lord and King,_ In a Vir - gin's
2. Dwelt, the seed of truth to sow, __ Till he closed with
3. Keeps the feast its rites de mand.L,., Then, more pre - CIOUS
4. Must from car - nal thoughts be free; __ Faith a - lone, though
5. For the new - er rite is here;-- Faith, our out - ward
6. While e - ter - nal a - ges run; __ Ev - er too his
; 340

L.

I

-

L.

I@ --r . dwell - i~g, r ·.______,r r' - r_~
1. womb once Shed for this world's_ ran som - mg.
2. won - drous end - ing His most pa - tient __ life_ of woe.
3. food sup - ply - mg, Gives him - self with __ his __ own hand.
4. sight for - sak - eth, Shows true hearts the __ mys ter - y.
5. sense be - friend - mg, Makes our m ward __ VI sion clear.
6. love con - fess - mg Who from both with __ both IS One.
;. J ;.~ J.~j
I I I I I I men. __

Text: St. Thomas Aquinas, + 1274. Trans. anon. Tune: Pange lingua Sacramentum,

Plainchant, Mode 3, Acc. T. M.

Versicle - Response - Oration for Benediction 229

r--r

heav - en.

sweet - ness.

Cel. Jr. You gave them bread from All R Containing in itself all

Oration

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Cel. Let us pray. 0 God, who in this wonderful sacrament has left us a memorial of your passion, grant that we may so venerate the sacred mysteries of your body and blood that we may ever feel within ourselves the effects of your redemption.

You who live and reign for ever and ev - er.

All A - men.

~or setting in Latin, see "Pange Lingua Sacramentum". For alternate setting in English, see "Sing, My Tongue". oth texts may be sung to tune St. Thomas Old under "Jesus, Bread of Mercy Broken".

341

230

N ow Thank We All Our God

First Tune

l. Now thank _ we _ all _ our _ God With heart, and hands_ and __
2. 0 may.Lthis c, boun - teous i, God Through all our life_be_
3. Lord God,_ we _ wor - ship L, thee! In loud and hap - py--
4. All praise _and_ thanks., to __ God, The Fa - ther, now_be __
J ; ; ; ; 1. VOIC es, Who won - drous_things_hath _ done, In whom his world., re
2. near __ us, With ev - er _ joy - ful L, hearts And bless - ed peace-to_
3. cho rus, We praise., thy _love _ and _ power Whose good - ness reign - eth.i,
4. en, The Son _ and _ him _ who.; reigns With them m high - est_
_J_ ; ; ; ; Who r r r r r Hath blessed_us
1. JOIC es, from_our_ moth - ers' _ arms _ on our
2. cheer _ us, And L keep- us _in_his_ grace, And guide_us_ when_per -
3. o'er __ us. To_ heav'n.our _song_shall_ soar, For - ev - er., it _shall_
4. heav en. The_ one L, e - ter - nal L; God, Whom earth_and_heav'n_a -
; ; 1. With count-lessc.gifts.; of _ love, And_ still . r·
way IS _ ours _ to - day.
2. plexed, And free - us _ from _ all _ ills In _ this world and _ the _ next.
3. be Re - sound -ing., 0' er _ and _ o'er: Lord L, God, we., wor - ship, thee.
4. dore, For thus., it _was,_ is _ now, And_shall be.c ev - er_ more.
_J_ bn d ; ; n Text: Verses 1,2, and 4, M. Rinckart, + 1649. Trans. C. Winkworth , + 1878.

Verse 3, J. Franck, + 1677, alt.

Tune: Nun danket , J. Cruger, + 1662. Harm. J. S. Bach, + 1750.

342

Now Thank We All Our God

231

Second Tune

1. Now thank we all our __ God With __ heart, and _ hands and
2.0 may this boun - teous_ God Through _ all our.L life be
3. Lord God, we war - ship_ thee! In __ loud and_ hap - py
4. All praise and thanks to __ God, The __ Fa ther.; now be
; ; ; n J. ill J 1. voic es, Who won-drous things hath done, In_ whom his world re
2. near L, us, With ev - er joy - ful hearts And L, bless - ed peace to_
3. cho rus, We praise thy love., and power Whose ; good - ~ess reign - eth _
4. giv en, The Son and hirru.who reigns With_ them m high - estc.,
n 4 .;
'.;,:.I
t:'I
'-- r r r
1. joic es, Who from our_moth - ers' _ arms Hath blessed.us on_our_
2. cheer_ us, And keep us.,., in_his_ grace, And guide..us when , per -
3. o'er __ us. To heav'n our _ song.ishall.; soar, For it_ shall.;
4. heav en. The one e - ter - nal_ God, Whom heav'n j a -
.; ___ J J J r r
1. way With_ count -Iess., gifts of Jove, And_ still _IS _ours to - day.
2. plexed, And_ free us_from all ills In __ this_world_and the next.
3. be Re - sound- ing., o'er and o'er: Lord_ God.we , war - ship thee.
4. dare, For_ thus it Lwas, IS now, And_ shall.be.; ev - er - more.
.; .J .; J . Text: Verses 1,2, and 4, M. Rinckart, + 1649. Trans. C. Winkworth, + 1878.

Verse 3,1. Franck, + 1677, alt.

Tune: Nun danket, 1. Cruger, + 1662. Harm. F. Mendelssohn, + 1847.

343

232

o Beautiful for Spacious Skies

America the Beautiful

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1. 0 beau spa - CIOUS skies, For am - ber waves of gram, __
2.0 beau - ti - ful for pil - grim feet, Whose stern, im - pas-sioned stress __
3. 0 beau - ti - ful for he - roes proved In lib - er - at - ing strife, __
4.0 beau - ti - ful for pa - triot dream That sees be -yond the years, __
; ;. h I ; I h I I j J ; J ; -;j--.j
.
" I I r' I I I P r r I I r r I ----r I 1. For pur - pIe moun - tain maJ - es - ties A - ed
2. A thor - ough-fare for free - dam beat A - cross the - der -
3. Who more than self their co un - try loved, And mer - cy more than
4. Thine aI a - bas - ter cit - ies gleam, Un - dimm'd by hu - man
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1. plain!_ A - mer - i - ca! A - mer - i - ca! God shed his grace on thee,_
2. ness! __ A - mer - i - ca! A - mer - i - ca! God mend thine ev - 'ry flaw,_
3. life! __ A - mer - i - ca! A - mer - i - ca! May God thy gold re - fine, __
4. tears!_ A - mer - i - ca! A - mer - i - ca! God shed his grace on thee, __
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4. And

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sea. law. - vine. sea.

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Text: K. L. Bates, + 1929. Tune: Materna. S. Ward, + 1903.

344

o Be Glad, My Soul, Rejoice

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God.

1. ne.; has dealt so gra- cious - ly, Looked, on me L, so ten - der ly,
2. Blest for - ev - er shall I_ be From.i.this day,_ e - ter - nal ly,
3. Ev - er mer - ci - ful is_ he, Ev - er - more., so shalL it_ be;
4. Glo - ry to th'In - car- nate; Word, Fa - ther, Son.L and Spir - it,_ Lord.
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2. This his spo - ken word,

3. These the deeds- his arm.;

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has done, He_ the Lord.i the., Might - y One!
has done, He_ the Lord.i the.. Might - y One!
has done, He.L the Lord.i the., Might - y One!
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J Text: Verses 1-3, Magnificat Luke 1: 46-51 paraphrase, St. Joseph's Abbey, 1967, alt. Used with permission.

Verse 4, J. Dunn, © by author. Used with permission.

Tune: Freu dich sehr, Genevan Psalter, 1551. Harm. J. S. Bach, + 1750.

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1. 0 2. 3. 4. For

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o Be Joyful in the Lord PS.l00

In the.Lord!

Lord is_ King! ho - ly_ gate; God, is.Lkind,

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be - fore him, all

his .works his wis - dom prove!

OUL bur - dened hearts be still;

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2. By_his_mightthe

3. In_the_sa - cred

4. In_his_ will our

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lib - er - ty.

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2. By him we_ are L, made,- So_we_ trust him un - a - fraid.
3. Let our lives; ex - press _ Our.; a - bun-dant thank-ful - ness;
4. Yea, his law.; is_ sure.L, In L, his L, light we walk , se - cure;
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I I r I 1 I r I I..-JI 1. and re - joice In the _ boun - ty of his hand.
to the.i. last, By his _ hand our lives are stayed.
all our_ ways, Shall our_Fa - ther's love con - fess.
- er - more,_ as of_yore, Shall his.change-less truth en - dure. Text: Psalm 100 paraphrase, C. Beach. From "Pilgrim Hymnal". © 1958 by Pilgrim Press.

Tune: Finlay. H. Friedell, + 1958. 346

o Come, All Ye Faithful

235

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1.0 come, all ye faith - ful, Joy - ful and tri - umph - ant, 0
2. Sing, choirs of an - gels, Sing with ex - ul - ta - tion, _
3. See how the shep - herds, Sum - moned to his cra - dle,_
4. Child, for us sin - ners, Poor and m the man - ger,_
5. Yea, Lord, we greet thee, Born this hap - py morn - ing.L; '\ ~ ~ I I I
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1. come_ ye, 0 come.; ye to Beth Ie - hem;
2. Sing,_ all ye cit - 1 - zens of heav'ru., a - bove.
3. Leav mg their flocks.; draw L, nigh_ to gaze;
4.We_ would em - brace L, thee with love_ and awe;
5. Je sus, to thee L, be __ glo ry giv'n,
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2. Glo - ry- to God __ In_ the- high est.
3. We there, will al so turn our joy - ful foot steps. 0
4. Who would_not love L, thee, Lov - ing us so dear ly?
5. Word of_the Fa - ther, Now m flesh ap - pear ing.
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Tune: Adeste fideles, attributed to J. F. Wade, + 1786.

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o Come, 0 Come, Emmanuel

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3. 0 come, Adonai, Lord of might, Who to thy tribes on Sinai's height In ancient times did give the law, In cloud and majesty and awe. Rejoice! Rejoice! ...

4. 0 come, thou Rod of Jesse's stem, From ev'ry foe deliver them

That trust thy mighty power to save, And give them vict'ry o'er the grave. Rejoice! Rejoice! ...

S. 0 come, thou Key of David, come, And open wide our heav'nly home; Make safe the way that leads on high, And close the path to misery. Rejoice! Rejoice! ...

6. 0 come, thou Dayspring from on high, And cheer us by thy drawing nigh; Disperse the gloomy clouds of night, And death's dark shadow put to flight. Rejoice! Rejoice! ...

7. 0 come, Desire of nations, bind In one the hearts of all mankind; Bid thou our sad divisions cease, And be thyself our King of Peace. Rejoice! Rejoice! ...

For special SATB setting of Verse 6, see next page.

Text: "Psalteriolum Cantionum Catholicarum", Cologne, 1710.

Trans. J. M. Neale, + 1866.

Tune: Veni Emmanuel, Plainchanr, Mode 1. Ace. and setting of Verse 6. 236A, by T. M.

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o for a Thousand Tongues to Sing

237

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1. 0 for a thou sand tongues to sing
2. Je sus, the Name that calms our fears,
3. He speaks, and lis t'ning to his voice,
4. Hear him, ye deaf; his praise, ye dumb,
5. My gra - cious Mas ter and my God,
; ; ; ; 1. My dear Re - deem - er's praise, The glo - ries of my
2. That bids our sor - rows cease; 'Tis mu - SiC in the
3. New life the dead re ceive, The mourn-ful bro ken
4. Your loos-ened tongues em ploy; Ye blind, be - hold your
5. As - sist me to pro claim And spread thro' all the
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1. God and King, The tri - umphs of __ his grace!
2. sm - ner's ears, 'Tis life and health_ and peace.
3. hearts re - joice, The hum - bIe poor __ be lieve.
4. Say - lor come; And leap, ye lame,_ for joy!
5. earth a - broad The hon - ors of __ thy Name.
; ; ; J ; ; Text: C. Wesley, + 1788, alt.

Tune: Nun danket all und bringet Ehr, J. Cruger, + 1662"

353

238

o God, from Whom Mankind Derives Its Name

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1. 0 God, from whom man-kind de - rives_ its name, Whose cov -e -
2. May through their un - IOn oth - er lives __ be blessed; Tneir door be
3. Pre - serve their days from in - ward - of heart; To each the
4. From stage to stage on life's un - ing ~ay Bring to their
5. Lord, bless us all to whom this brings JOY, Let no e - 1. nant of

2. wide to

3. gift of

4. minds the

5. vents our

grace re - mains the stran - ger and to truth - ful speech im vows they make this

u - ni - ty de-

same, Be with these guest, Give them the part. Their bond be

day; Your . it

stray, And us,

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two who now be un - der - stand - ing strong a - gainst all be their guide ill till all sense of

J

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1. fore you wait;_ En -Iarge the love they corne to con se - crate.
2. that is kind, _ Grant them the bless - ing of an a pen mind.
3. strain and strife_ A - mid the chang- es of this earth ly life.
4. ev - 'ry move.L, Their faith ill Christ the ba - S1S of __ their love.
5. time 1S lost, __ To live ill love and not to count_ the cost.
; ; Text: F. H. Kaan. In "The Hymn Book", ©1971. Used with permission of Galaxy Music Corp., New York. Tune: Christi munera; freely adapted from plainchant by T. Marier.

354

o God in Heav'n

239

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1. a God in heav'n, whose lov - ing plan Or - dained for
2. May yo.ung and old to - geth - er find In Christ the
3. The SIllS that mar our homes for give; From all self
4. a Fa - ther, III our homes pre side, Their du - ties
; ; ; ~ r r
1. us our par ents' care, And gave us when our life be
2. Lord of ev 'ry day, That fel - low - ship our homes may
3. seek - ing set __ us free; Par - ents and chil - dren, may we
4. shared as Ill __ thy sight; In kind - ly ways be thou our
J ; ~ J. ; ; 1. gan The shel - ter of a home_ to share: Our Fa - ther,_ on the
2. bind In JOY and sor - row,work_ and play. Our Fa - ther.i, on the
3. live In glad a be - di - ence_ to thee. Our Fa - ther,_ on the
4. guide; On mirth and trou - ble shed ,.. thy light. Our Fa - ther, _ bless the
; J_ J ; ~ J. ; J_ ; J ;
-.. - hornes L we love Send down thy bless Illg from a br~.
hornes L we love Send down thy bless ~ng from a bove.
hornesc; we love Send down thy bless Illg from a bove.
homesc; we love And make them like_ thy home a bove.
J_~ ; J. ; ~ ; J Text: H. ~artin, + 1964. Copyright © by The Hymn Society of America, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH 45501. Used by permission.

Tune: Angel's Song, O. Gibbons, + 1625.

355

240

o God of Light

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1. 0 God of light, the dawn - mg day Gives us new prom -
2. Your bless - mgs, Fa - ther, nev - er fail: Your Son who IS
3. Make us the ser - vants of your peace, Re - new our strength,
4. To Fa - ther , Son and Spir - it blest, One on - ly God,
I .J ----- - ~ . ____ ---- r
1. ise of your love. Each fresh be - gm - ning IS your gift,
2. our dai - ly Bread, The Ho - ly Spir - it of your love,
3. re - move all fear; Be with US, Lord, through-out this day,
4. we hum - bly pray: Show us the splen - dar of your light
....-.... .--------- ~ 11.- 3. 114.
r r r r
1. Like gen - tie dew from heav'n a - bove.
2. By whom each day your led.
3. For all IS JOY if near.
4. In death, the dawn of day. A men.L, Text: J. Quinn, S. J. © 1969 James Quinn SJ, reprinted by permission of Geoffrey Chapman, a division of Cassell Ltd.

Tune: Te Lucis ante terminum, Plainchant,Mode 8. Ace. T. M.

356

o God, Our Help in Ages Past Ps.90

241

r r r r
1.0 God, our help In a ges past, Our
2. Un der the shad - ow of thy throne Thy
3. Be fore the hills In or der stood, Or
4. A thou - sand a ges in thy sight Are
5. Time like an ev er roll - ing stream Bears
6.0 God, our help In a - ges past, Our
J. J J J. ; r
1. hope for years to come, Be thou our guide while
2. saints have dwelt se cure; Suf fi - cient is thine
3. earth re - ceived her frame, From ev - er - last - mg
4. like an eve - ning gone; Short as the watch that
5. all its sons a way; They fly for - got - ten
6. hope for years to come, Be thou our guide while
J. 1. life shall last, And our e ter - nal home.
2. arm a lone, And our de fense IS sure.
3. thou art God, To end - less years the same.
4. ends the night Be fore the ris - ing sun.
5. as a dream Dies at the a - p'ning day.
6. life shall last, And our e ter - nal home.
J.. J J. J
-&' Text: Psalm 90 paraphrase, I. Watts, + 1748, alt. Tune: St. Anne, W. Croft, + 1727.

357

242

o God, U nseen, Yet Ever Near

1. God, un - seen, yet ev - er near, Thy pres - ence may we feel:
2. Here may thy faith - ful pea - pie know The bless - ings of thy love;
3. We come, a - be - dient to thy word, To feast on heav'n -Iy food;
4. Thus may we all thy words a - bey, For we, 0 God, are thine;
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1. And thus, in - spired with ho - Iy fear, Be -
2. The streams that through the des - ert flow, The
3. Our meat the Bod - y of the Lord, Our
4. And go re - joic - ing on our way, Re -
; ; fore thine.al - tar kneel. man - na Lfrom a - bove. drink his.; pre - cious Blood. newed with.strength di - vine.

N. B. This tune, in a lower key (D), will be found under "0 Taste and See that God Is Good". Text: E. Osler, + 1863.

Tune: Dundee. "Scottish Psalter", 1615

243

o How Glorious, Full of Wonder Ps.B

r r r
1.0 how.., glo - rious, full of_ won - der Is thy.; name o'er_
2. When we_ see thy lights of_ heav - en, Moon and., stars, thy.c,
3. Thou hast_ giv - en man do - min - ion O'er the.i, won - ders L
4.0 howe; won - drous, 0 how, glo - rious Is thy., name In_ 358

r r
1. all_ the L, earth; Thou who_wrought cre a tion's _ splen _ dor,
2. power., dis _ played, What is __ man that thou shouldst.Iove.i, him,
3. of __ thy_ hand, Made him L fly with ea _ gle __ pin _ ion,
4. ev 'ry_land; Thou whose_pur _ pose moves be fore L us r
1. Bring _ ing_ suns and_ stars_ to _ birth! Rapt_ in_ rev _ 'renee
2. Crea _ ture.; that thy_ hand ; hath.; made? Child_ of_ earth , yet
3. Mas _ ter L; 0 ver_ sea_ and L, land. Soar _ mg_ spire., and
4. Toward the L, goal that.; thou., hast Lplanned! 'Tis __ thy_ will_ our r r
1. we_ a _ dore thee, Mar _ v'ling at thy mys _ tic_ ways._
2. full_ of yearn _ ing, Mix _ ture .; strange of good and L, ill, __
3. ru ined cit _ y, These - our L hopes and fail ures L, show.L,
4. hearts , ; seek _ mg, Con _ scious, of our hu man L need.L,
D- ~ ; ; 1. Hum _ blyc now we bow be _ fore , thee, Lift _ ing_ up_ our_ hearts.in _ praise.
2. From thy_ways so of _ ten.; turn _ ing, Yet i, thy, love, doth- seek i.him , still.
3. Teach us Lrnore of hu _ man; pit _ y, Thatwe, in_ thine., im _ age_grow.
4. Spir _ it_ in our spir _ it _ speak-ing, Makeus., sons_of_ God Lin _ deed! Text: Psalm 8 paraphrase, Curtis Beach. © 1958, by Pilgrim Press. Used with permission. Tune: In Babilone, Dutch Melody, c. 1710. Harm. W. Douglas in "The Hymnal 1940",

© Church Pension Fund. Used with permission.

359

244

o Gracious Light

Treble Voices

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2. Now sun - set comes, but light shines forth, The
3. War - thy are you of end - less praise, 0
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you the a - er s glo -ry shone. 1m - mar - tal, - Iy,
2. lamps are lit to pierce the night. Praise Fa - ther, Son, and
3. Son of God, life - giv - mg Lord; Where - fore you are, through
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blest is he, And blest are you, IS ho - ly Son.
2. Spir - it, God Who dwells in the e - ter - nal light.
3. all the earth And m the high - est heav'n a - dared.
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Trans. © copyright 1978, by The Church Pension Fund, New York. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Tune: TallisCanon, T. Tallis, + 1585. 360

o Holy Spirit, Enter In

245

it, r in; With
1. a Ho ly en ter
2. a source of grace, a fire di vine, With
3. a fount of life, in love draw near To
4. It was your sound th'A - pos tles heard; Your
5. a Spir it, be our con - stant guide, While
DaX.6. To God the Fa - ther, let us sing, And r work be With cleans - ing
1. in our hearts your gin. wa - ters
2. m our hearts now come and shine. Your bless - mgs on us
3. all your serv - ants ga~h - ered here. a come, as prom - ised
4. might - y wind their splr - it stirred. a come to strength -en
5. guard - ing, watch - ing at our side. To us your sev'n - fold
6. praise the Son, our ns en King! And e - qual - ly let .If'1 ... I I I I I I 11.-6.
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1. brIng re birth; Fill all our lives; fill all_ the_ earth.
2. now be stow, That we your light will ev er __ know.
3. by the Son; In faith and wa - ter rnake L, us _ one.
4. all the weak, And grant your cour - age to __ the_ meek.
5. gifts im part And nev - er - more from us __ de part.
6. us a dore The Spir - it, God, for ev er more.
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Tune: Old Hundredth, Genevan Psalter, 1551.
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o Lamb of God, All Holy

on _ the _ cross idid _

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fer, And L;

pa - tient, _ still_ and _

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362

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o Jesus, in Thy Heart Divine

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1. 0 Je - sus, in thy heart di - vine May that same
2. For this thy sa - cred heart was pierced And both with
3. Thee, Sav - ior, love a - lone con - strained To make our
4. To God the Fa - ther, and the Son All praise and --------
1. love for - ev - er glow; For - ev - er mer - cy to man - kind __
2. blood and wa - ter ran To cleanse us from the stains of guilt __
3. mor - tal flesh thine own; To us a sec - ond Ad - am came __
4. pow'r and glo -ry be, With thee, 0 Ho - ly Com -fort - er,
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1. From that ex - haust - less foun - tain flow.
2. And be the hope and strength of man.
3. For the first Ad - am to a - tone.
4. Hence-forth through all e ter - 01 - 11.-3. 114.

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men._

Text: Anon.

Tune: Jesu dulcis memoria, Plainchant, Mode 1. Acc. T. M.

363

248

o Sacred Head Surrounded

1. 0 Sa - cred Head i sur - round - ed By crown_of _ pierc-ing thorn!
2. I see thy strength, and _ Vlg or All fad - ing_ in_the strife,
3. In this, thy bit - ter _ Pas sion,Good Shep-herd.; think.of me,
4. Here would I stand.ibe side L, thee.Lord, bid.; me_not_de - part! 1.0 bleed - ing Head.iso.L wound - ed, Re - viledand _ put_ to scorn!
2. And death with cru - el_ fIg or Be reav - ing c, thee i of life;
3. With thy most sweet.corn - pas sion, Un - worth-y.L, thoughI be:
4. From thee I will.Lnot.i, sev er, Though breaksjhy _ loy - mg heart. pal - lid_ hue_comes_ o'er _ thee, The

ag - 0 - ny- and- dy ing! 0

neaththy; Cross.; a bid - ing For

bit - ter _ pain.ishall _ hold _ thee In

n ~

1. Death's, 2.0 __

3. Be

4. When_

glow _ of _life_ de - cays, love _ to _ sin - ners _ free!

- ev - er_ would , I __ rest, ag - 0 - ny _op - pressed,

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an - gel hosts, a sus,_ all grace.sup thy..dear love., con then, will I _ en

dore L, thee, And L ply ~ng, 0- fid - mg, And.c; fold_ thee With - m _my

~~ ~

1. Yet

2. je

3. In 4.0

gaze. me. pres - ence blest. loy - ing breast.

Text: Verses 1-3, St. Bernard ofClairvaux, + 1153. Trans. H. W. Baker, + 1877.

Verse 4, German anon. Trans. 1. Atkins.

Tune: Passion Chorale, H_ L. Hassler, + 1612. Harm. J. S. Bach, + 1750.

364

o Little Town of Bethlehem

249

tJ i 1.0

2. For

3. How 4.0

i r i

lit - tie town

Christ is born si - lent - Iy, ho - Iy Child

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Beth-le - hem, How still we i.see thee L. lie!
Mar y, And gath - eredall a - bove,
si - lent - Iy, The won - drousgift is_ giv'n!
Beth-le - hem! De - scend to.Lus we_ pray!
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IV i i r i w
1. A bove thy deep and.,
2. While mar - tals sleep, the.;
3. So God im - parts to.c;
4. Cast out our SIn and_
J J J J J dream-less.sleep, The S1 - lentstars go_ by;
an - gels.keep Their watch of.Lwon - drous _ love.
hu - manhearts The bless - ings , of his _ heav'n.
en - ter.i.in, Be born in_us to - day.
J I J I J J J n _d.
I I I I I I r u
1. Yet L, in thy dark , streets., shin eth The_ ev - er - last - ing _ Light;
2. O_morn-ing stars; to geth er Pro - claim the ho - Iy_ birth!
3. No_ ear may hear; his_ com mg, But_ in this world., of _ sm,
4. We_hear the Christ-rnas.; an - gels The_ great glad ti - dings; tell ;
J n 1. The_

2. And_

3. Where_ 4.0 __

hopes and fears prais - es sing meek souls will come to us,

of_ to L, re - a

all ; the.years Are Godthe; King, And ceivehim.still The bide_with_us, Our

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met in.; thee to - night. peace to_ all on _ earth. Christ.en - ters_ m.

Em -man - u ell

.In

Text: P. Brooks, + 1893.

Tune: Forest Green, traditional English melody, adapted and arr. R. Vaughan Williams, + 1958.

From the "English Hymnal," Oxford University Press. Used with permission.

365

250

o Lord, Incline Thine Ear

REFRAIN /I'l ... +t

Fine

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o Lord, in-cline thine ear and show thy mer-cy, for we have sinned a-gainst thee.
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1.0 most might - y King, __ all man - kind's Re - deem - er,
2. Right hand of the God - head, key - stone of the cor ner,
3. All of our trans - gres - sions free - ly now can - fess mg,
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1. See our eyes lift ed un - to thee 1m - plor mg:
2. Way of sal - va - tion, en - trance gate of heav - en,
3. Our hearts we a - pen, e'en the hid - den plac es:
.....--..... Repeat REFRAIN

r

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non.

nmg. don.

1. 0 Christ,

2. Cleanse us

3. Lov - ing

at - tend us,

now, 0 Lord, Re - deem - er,

sup - pli stains of

us thy

our from to

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Text: Attende Domine. Trans. E. C. Currie, + 1967, alt. Tune: Attende Domine, Plainchant, Mode 5. Ace. T. M.

366

o Lord, Make Haste to Hear My Cry Ps.141

251

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1. 0 Lord, make haste to hear my cry, To thee call,
2. When in the morn - mg un - to thee I lift my voice
3. Guard thou my thoughts, I thee lffi - plore, And of my lips
4. Fa ther of mer - cies, hear our cry, Hear us, 0 sole 1. on thee re - ly: In - cline to me a ~a - CIOUS ear,
2. and bring my plea, Then let my pray'r as III - cense nse
3. keep thou the door; Nor leave my sin - gle heart to stray ___
4. be - got - ten Son! Who with the Ho - ly Ghost most high, __
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hear.
skies.
way.
run. r· r r

1. And, when call, in mer - cy

2. To God en -throned a - bove the

3. Where e - vii foot - steps lead the

4. Reign - est while end - less a - ges

A

men. __

Text: Verses 1-3 Psalm 141 paraphrase, Psalter Hymnal. 1959 alt. Verse 4 anon. Tune: Jesu dulcis memoria. Plainchant, Mode 1. Ace. T. M.

367

252

o Lord, You Are My God and King Ps.145

Treble Voices

.I f'I .,- .i. 1.
IV I I I I I I I I
1.0 Lord, you are my God and King,
2. Most gra - CIOUS and com - pas - sion - ate
3. Your works shall give you thanks and praIse,
4.0 Lord, you lift up those who fall,
S. You are so good III all your ways,
6. My mouth shall speak your glo - nous praise:
DOX. 7. Praise God from whom all bless - Illgs flow;
Men's Voices
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1. And I will bless your ho - ly name,
2. Are you, 0 Lord, who reign a - bove.
3. Your saints, your might - y acts will show,
4. And make the weak se - cure - ly stand;
S. Your faith - ful know your con - stant care;
6. Let all III heav'n and earth a - dore,
7. Praise him, all crea - tures here be - low;
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1. I will ex - tol you ev - 'ry day,
2. Your an - ger ns - es ev - er slow;
3. Till all your ere a - tures o'er the earth
4. The bur - dens of those bowed 10 grief
5. To all your works your love ex - tends,
6. And all ex - alt your ho - ly name
7. Praise him a - bove, ye heav'n - ly host:
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1. And JOY - ful - ly your praise pro - claim.
2. Un - bound - ed IS your con - stant love.
3. Your king - dom, power and glo - ry know.
4. Are light - ened by your gra - CIOUS hand.
5. Your ere a - tures all your bless - ings share.
6. For - ev - er and for - ev - er - more.
7. Praise Fa - ther, Son, and Ho - ly Ghost. A - men.
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Doxology, T. Ken, + 1711.

Tune: Tallis' Canon, T. Tallis, + 1585.

369

253

o Lord, You Are My God Ps.63

1. 0_ Lord, you are my

2. My_ spir - it seeks your

3. I __ pray to you and

1. face. Your

2. face. Your

3. face. You

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1. of all

2. of all

3. Oft; rui

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God, for you long.L, Show_

glo-rious maj - es ty: __ Show.L

in your help con - fide: _ Show.L

me _ your_ me.L; your_ me.L; your_

with - in me con - stant love gives feed my soul and

. makes my sptr - it

more than life to

I am sat - IS -

strong: _ Lord-me: __ Lord-fied:_ Lord--

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grace. __ For you I thirst like de - serts parched and grace. __ Thus will I bless your name through all my

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your

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l. dried. __ With in_ your_ care __ my soul IS sat - IS fied.
2. days; _ And_ lift _ my_ hands __ to you In thank - ful.L, praise.
3. throne;- To_ you L, I_ ding, __ my joy, my God a lone.
;~ J~ ; ; Text: Psalm 63 paraphrase, J. Dunn. © by the author. Used with permission.

Tune: Alberta, W. H. Harris, + 1973. Oxford University Press. Used with permission.

370

o Love of God, How Strong and True

254

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1. 0 love L, of_ God, how strong , and true, E - ter nal,
2.0 heav'n -ly_ love, how pre - CIOUS still In days- of
3. 0 wide.L em - brae - i~g, won - drous love! We read.; thee
4. We read.L, theec, best In him_ who came To bear.; for
5. We read L, thy- pow'r to bless L; and save, E'en Ill_ the
6.0 love- of_ God, our shield L and stay Through all_ the
1~ r--
1. and_ yet ev er new, Un - com pre - hend ed
2. wear 1 ness_ and ill, In night- of_ pain L; and
3. In __ the skyL, a bove; We read L, thee L Ill __ the
4. us __ the cross_ of shame; Sent by_ rhe L, Fa ther
5. dark - ness of_ the grave; Still morc.; in-_ res ur
6. per ils of our way; E ter nal_ love,_ III
1 1--J r
1. and un - bought, Be yond L, all_ knowl- edge and L, all thought.
2. help - less - ness, To_ heal,_ to_ com - fort, and L, to bless.
3. earth be low, In_ seas_ that.L; swell _ and streams, that flow.
4. from on high, Our.; life __ to_ live,_ our death., to die.
5. rec - tion light We_ read_ the_ full - ness of __ thy might.
6. thee we rest, For ev er __ safe,_ for - ev er blest. Text: H. Bonar, + 1889.

Tune: Wareham, W. Knapp, + 1768.

371

255

o My Soul, Bless God the Father Ps.I03

r
1. 0_ myc., soul, bless God., the L, Fa - ther, All with - m_ me L,
2. Far_ as _ east from west; is _ dis - tant, He has L, put_ a
3. Un - to-those who keep, his _ COy - 'nant And are L; stead - fast L,
J ; r i r U
1. bless his_name; Bless_ the_ Fa - ther.L, and_ for - get not L;
2. way our_ sm; Like L; the L, pit - y-- of __ a fa - ther_
3. in his_ way; Un - to those who.L, still_ re - mem - ber_ r a
1. All his mer - Cles to pro - claim; Who for gives_ all
2. Has the Lord's.corn pas - sion_ been. As it __ was L, with
3. His com - mand -rnents to 0 - bey. Bless the_ Fa - ther,
; 372

1. your_ trans - gress - ions, AlI_ of_ your dis eas - es- healsr L;
2. out __ be gm - rung, So_ it_ lasts with out an L, end;_
3. all __ his _ crea - tures, Ev er_ un - der __ his con - trol;_
J .J_ J J ; r
1. Who re deems L, you_ from de struc tion, _
2. To their L; chil dren's., chil dren Lc, ev er __
3. All through - out __ his __ vast do nun lon __
J F
1. Who_ with L, you __ so __ kind ly __ deals.
2. ShaIl_ his __ right eous ness __ ex tend;
3. Bless_ the_ Fa ther, _ O __ my __ soul.
J ; Text: Psalm 103 paraphrase, United Presbyterian "Book of Psalms", 1871, alt. Tune: Sunrise, "Trier Gesangbuch", 1695. Harm. T. M. in "Cantus Populi",

© 1963 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd. Used with permission.

373

256

o Morning Star, How Fair and Bright

r r .r Star, how fair _ and_ bright, Corne shine us_ in_
1. 0 Morn- mg on L,
2. Thou heav'n -ly bright-ness, light- di - vine! 0 deep with - m __ our_
3. As King di - vine and God.; most- high, He chose to_ cast L, a __
4. Re - joice, ye heav'ns, 0 earth., re - ply; With praise, y~_ sin - ners.;
; ; ; ; ~
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1. and light, Up mg voic es,
2. hearts., now shine, Be __ ev - er m--us- dwell ing! Fill
3. lov ing eye Up on_ his earth - Iy __ crea tures; The
4. filln the sky For __ Je - sus' in - car na tion. The
_ ; J r r
1. guid - mg star with pow'r L be - nign, Re - veal to _ us __ God's _
2. us with JOY and strength., to_ be Thy mem - bers L, ev - er __
3. whole ere - a - tion's Head_ and , Lord, By high - est L; ser - a
4. sav ing faith tn us _ he L wrought And un - to_ us_ sal -
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es.

mg. ture. tion.

1. Son __ di - vine,

2. joined _ to thee In L;

3. phim_ a - dored, As - sumed , our

4. va tion brought.Made ; us _ his

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joic tell na na

374

1. Ho Iy! Ho Iy! Lord L; aU_ glo nous.Lc.,
2. Ho Iy! Ho ly! Lord L; aU_ glo nous.Lc.;
3. A men, A men! Al le lu • r
la. __
4. A men, A men! Al le lu • r
la. __ ,/ '" I
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1. King_ VIC to rious.L, Rich Ill __ bless
2. King_ VIC to rious.L, Rich Ill __ bless
3. Al le lu • r Praise be-_ glv
la. __
4. Al Ie lu • r Praise be __ glv
la. __
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1. Illg, Rule L; and_ might_ o'er all_ pos sess mg.
2. ing, Rule Lc, and L; might- o'er aU_ pos sess mg.
3. en Ev er more L, by earth., and_ heav en.
4. en Ev er more_ by earth., and_ heav en.
J Text: P. Nicolai, + 1608. Verses 1-2, trans. C. Winkworth, + 1878, alt.

Verses 3-4, trans. W. Mercer, + 1873, alt.

Tune: Wie schon leuchtet der Morgenstern, P. Nicolai, + 1608. Harm. J. S. Bach, + 1750.

375

257

o Perfect Love

,/ f\ I I I I I _l 1 1 1 1
v F r r r r r r r r r r
1. 0 per - feet Love, all hu - man thought tran - scend - mg,
2.0 per - fect Life, be thou their full as - sur - ance
3. Grant them the JOY which bright - ens earth - ly sor - row;
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IV r r r r r r r r r tt-
l. Low - ly we kneel m prayer be - fore thy throne,
2. Of ten - der char - i - ty and stead - fast faith,
3. Grant them the peace which calms all earth - ly strife,
J • • ,.j h,.j ; I J J
-, I I r r theirs may pa - tient to life's

be the

hope, and day the

love that knows no qui - et, brave en glo - rious un - known

end - mg, dur - ance mar - row

1. Whom thou for r join
ev - er - more now m one.
2. With child - like trust that fears nor pain nor death.
3. That dawns up on e - ter - nal love and life.
; J J ; bJ ; Text: D. F. Gurney, + 1932.

Tune: Sandringham, J. Barnby, t 18%.

376

o Praise Our Great and Gracious Lord Ps.78

258

1. 0

2. He

3. We, 4.0

r r r

praIse our great and., gra - cious Lord And gave the shad - owing.cloud by day, The too, have man - na L, from a - bove, The let us prize this., bless - ed food, And

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call up -on_his_ name; mov - ing , fire- by- night; bread tharcamefromheav'n, trust our heav'n-ly.i; guide;

;

1. To strains of JOY tune, ev - 'ry chord, His might - y acts- pro - claim;
2. To guide his Is - rael.i, on their way, He made their dark-ness; light;
3. To us the same kind , hand of love Hath liv - ing wa - ters_ giv'n.
4. So shall we find death'sfear - ful flood Se - rene as jor - dan's, tide,
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2. And

3. A

4. And

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how, he have_not rock-we safe -ly

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cho - sen race

Ca - naan' s prom - ised _ land; Say - ior ev - er_ nigh, rich a - bun - dance_ flows; land of peace and.;., rest,

we- a sure re - treat, A have.from whence the spring In reach.that hap - py shore, The

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1. Tell how his COy - e - nant of grace Un - changed shall ev - er_ stand.
2. The clear light to guide our feet, The day - spring fromori.; high?
3. That Christ, our priest, our king, Who life and health be - stows.
4. Where wor -ship and a - dore In God's own pres-ence , blest. Text: Psalm 78 paraphrase, H. Auber, + 1862. Tune: Rockport, T. T. Noble, + 1953.

377

259

o Praise Ye the Lord PS.150

Lord! Praise r the height;
1. 0 praIse ye the_ him In
2.0 praIse ye the_ Lord! Praise him up - on earth,
3. 0 praise ye the L, Lord! All things that give sound;
4.0 praIse ye the.L Lord! Thanks - glv - Ing and song
J 1. Re joice In his word,_ Ye an - gels of light;
2. In tune - ful ac cord, _ Ye lands of new birth;
3. Each JU bi lant chord L, Re ech - 0 a round;
4. To him be out poured , All a - ges a long:
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1. Ye heav - ens a dore him,_ By_ whom ye were_ made,
2. Praise him who hath brought you_ His_ grace from a bove,
3. Loud or - gans, His glo - ry-- Forth , tell In deep L, tone,
4. For love In cre a tion,_ For_ heav - en re stored,
J ~ 1. And wor - ship be fore L him, In b~ight - ness ar rayed.
2. Praise him who hath taught.you To SIng of his love.
3. And, sweet harp, the sto - ry Of what he hath done.
4. For grace of sal va - tion, 0 praise ye the Lord!
~ ~ n ~ ~ J Text: Psalm 150 paraphrase.H, W. Baker, + 1877, alt.

Tune: Laudate Dominum, C. H. H. Parry, + 1918. Optional setting of Verse 4 by C. H. H. Parry.

378

Optional setting of Verse 4 -In unison

o praise ye the

Thanks - glV - ing and

Lord!

To

him be out - poured

a - ges a-

All

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long: For love in ere - a - tion.; For_ heav - en re - ~J A I E E E I- j r IE r r If: II

stored, For grace of sal - va - tion, 0 praise ye the Lord!
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379

260

U Saving Victim o Salutaris Hostia

First Tune

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1. 0 say - ing Vic - tim, op'n - mg wide The gate of heav'n
2. All praise and thanks to thee as - cend For - ev - er - more,
1. 0 sa - lu - ta - ris Ho sti a Quae cae - u pan -
2. U - ni - tri - no - que Do - mi - no Sit sem - pi - ter -
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1. to us be - low, Our foes press on from ev - 'ry side,
2. blest One in Three; 0 grant us life that will not end,
1. dis 0- - sti - um, Bel la prae - munt ho sti' - Ii - a,
2. na glo - ri a, Qui vi - tam si ne ter - mi - no
;. ,....--... .....-----. 11. 112.

1. Thine aid sup - ply, thy strength be - stow.
2. In our true na - tive land with thee. A rnen.L,
1. Da ro - bur, fer au - XI - u um.
2. No his do - in ... tri - A
net pa - a. men.L:
.J~.J ~J Text: From Verbum supemum, St. Thomas Aquinas, + 1274. Trans. E. Caswall, + 1878, alt. Tune: Creator alme siderum, Plainchant, Mode 4. Ace. T. M.

380

o Saving Victim o Salutaris Hostia

261

Second Tune

r
1. 0 sav - 109_ Vic - tim, op'n - 109 wide The gate_ of
2. All praise _ and _ thanks to thee- as - cend For - ev er -
1. 0 sa lu ta - ris Ho sti - a Quae cae - Ii
2. U ni tri no - que Do mi - no Sit sem - pi -
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1. heav'n., to us_ be - low, Our foesc, press., on_ from ev - 'ry
2. more.Lblest One.; in Three; 0 grant , us_ life_ that will not
1. pan - dis 6 sti - um, Bel la_ prae - munt c: ho sti - Ii -
2. ter - na gio - ri - a, Qui vi tame: si ne ter - mi -
~ ~--J 1. side, Thine., aid L, sup - ply.; strength; be - stow.
2. end, In __ our_ true L, na - tive land-with thee. A men.
1. a, Da __ ro - bur,_ fer_ au - Xl u - um.
2. no No - bis c; do - net.i: in pa - tri - a. A men. Text: From Verbum supernum, St. Thomas Aquinas, + 1274. Trans. E. Caswall, + 1878, alt. Tune: Wareham, W. Knapp, + 1768.

381

262

o Splendor of Eternal Light

First Tune

Evening Hymn

1. 0 splen - dor of_

2. Up - on L; the twi

3. For - give_ the sms c,

4. Let heav - en's Spir -

S. Al - might - y Fa

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~ Who_ m _ full Your., wis - dom,

Lest L 0 - ver -

To_ purge_ the Thro"; Je - sus

light,_ played_ we _ can - not bear, __

it __ pulse with- in _

ther.; hear our cry __

1. glo ry dwell on high! The world_ be - gan_ as __
2. form mg night and day. As night L, de scends., to __
3. whelmed L; by earth and care, The mind_ for - get __ e
4. mem 0 - ry of sin; Thus cast - mg off_ for
5. Christ, __ our Lord most high, Whom m __ the Spir it __
.--...
-- --'

11.-4. 115. All_ good - ness in_ the ther's .r r
1. light from l:ight, _ Fa - sight,
2. you we smg,- To_ hoy - er near., on brood-ing wing.
3. ter - nal life,-- And L dwelL in ex - ile from., its light.
4. get - ful night,- We- robed with first - born light.
5. we a - dore,- Who- you_ for - ev - er - more.
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5. A

men. __

Text: Lucis Creator optime. Trans. Br. P. Quenon, OCSO, in "Morning Praise and Evensong", © 1973 Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, Ind. Used with permission.

Tune: Lucis Creator optime.Plainchant, Mode 8. Ace. T. M.

382

o Splendor of Eternal Light

263

Evening Hymn

Second Tune

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1. 0 splen - dor of e - ter - nal light, Who In full
2. Up - on the twi - light - cha os played Your WIS - dom,
3. For - give the SinS we can - not bear, Lest 0 - ver -
4. Let heav en's Spir - it pulse with In To purge the
S. Al - might - y Fa - ther, hear our cry Thro' Je - sus
J J J J 1. glo ry dwell_ on high! The world be gan as
2. form mg night_ and day. As night de scends to
3. whelmed by earth_ and care, The mind for get e
4. mem 0 - ry-- of sin; Thus cast ing_ off for
S. Christ, our Lord_ most high, Whom in the L, Spir it
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1. Iight L from L.ight, All good - ness m_ the Fa - ther's si~ht.
2. you.L; we sing, To hoy - er near_ on brood-ing wing.
3. ter nal life, And dwell in ex ile from its light.
4. get ful night, We rise en - robed L, with first - born light.
S. we-- a dore, Who reigns with you_ for - ev - er more.
J~ J ;. J J J J-- ; Text: Lucis Creatoroptime. Trans. Br. P. Quenon, OCSO, in "Morning Praise and Evensong",© 1973 Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, Ind. Used with permission.

Tune: Angel's Song, O. Gibbons, + 1625.

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o Sun of Justice, Fill Our Hearts

Morning Hymn

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1. 0 Sun of Jus - tice, fill_ our _ hearts, Where SIn ful - ness.L;
2. Make this a fit - ting time L, for L, us, A time L, to rurn L;
3. So sane - ti - fy_ our pen - ance.; Lord, That strength-ened by __
4. As spring a - wakes the fro - zen earth, So East - er blooms,
5. 0 ev - er - last - ing Trin - i ty, We soon _ shall see __
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1. has L, brought.de-cay,

2. our - selves., to you;

3. the L, grae - es won,

4. frorn; Lent'scre-straint.

5. the L, day.c; of days

Dis - pel __ the dark - ness_ in our _ souls _

Please hear_ our prayer ,_mosL pa - tient , Lord, _

We may_ a - mend.i our.Lsin - ful_lives _

Re - joicel L, for Christ.will c.corr-quer.c.death _

When all __ cre - a tion zborn a - gain, _

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1. As now the

2. Re - pen-tance

3. And toward our

4. And bring his

5. Will sing an

night L, gives L, place to in __ our _ hearts re goal _ more _ sure - ly grace _ to __ make us East - er __ song of

day.

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praise.

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men.L,

Text: Jam Christe sol justitiae, Office Hymn. Trans. M. Quinn, O. P., in "Morning Praise and Evensong", © 1973. Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, Ind. Used with permission.

Tune: A solis ortus cardine, Plainchant, Mode 3. Ace. T. M.

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o Taste and See That God Is Good Ps.34

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1. 0 taste and see that God IS good To all who
2. At all times I will bless the Lord; My mouth will
3. When In dis - tress I need - ed him, I begged him
4. Look to the ev - er gra - cious Lord; Re ceive his
5.0 love the Lord, his ho - ly ones; His mer - cy 1. seek his face; They shall be blessed who
2. smg his praise. My soul will glo ry
3. to be near. So gra CIOUS ly he
4. heal ing light. Your face will nev er
5. will not fail. To those who seek his r r
1. trust In him, Con fid mg_ In his grace.
2. m my God; How good are_ all his ways.
3. heard my plea, And freed me_ from my fear.
4. blush with shame, But shine so __ ra - diant bright.
5. ho ly grace, All good - ness.L shall pre vail. N. B. This tune, in a higher key (Eb), will be found under "0 God Unseen, Yet Ever Near". Text: Psalm 34 paraphrase, J. Dunn. © by author. Used with permission.

Tune: Dundee, "Scottish Psalter", 1615.

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266

o Thou, the Heav'ns' Eternal King

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1.0 thou,_ the heav'nsl., e - ter nal King, Cre - a tor,
2. Thy hand,_ when first_ the world_ be gan, Made m __ thine
3. Re deem - er, thou_ for us __ didst deign To hang_ ~p
4. Grant, Lord,_ m thee.L, each faith - ful mind Un ceas - mg
5. To thee,_ once dead.L, who now.L; dost live, All glo ry,
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1. un to thee we smg, With God the Fa ther
2.own_ pure im - age, man, And yoked to flesh Iy
3. on __ the Cross m pain, And give for us the
4. Pas chal JOY may find; And from the death of
5. Lord.L, thy peo - pie give, Whom, with the Fa ther,
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1. ev er One,_ Co - e qual, co e - ter nal
2. form L, of earth_ A liv ing forrn L, of heav'n - Iy
3. lav - ish price_ Of thine L own Blood- in sac n -
4. sin __ set free_ Souls new - ly born_ to Iifc.L; by
5. we __ a - dore.L, And Ho - Iy Spir - it for - ev er - more.
;--J ; ;--J Text: Ambrosian, 6th Century. Trans. anon., 1573.

Tune: Deus tuorum militum, Grenoble Church Melody. Harm. T. M.

386

o Wondrous Sight, 0 Vision Fair

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1. 0 won - drous sight.c, 0 VI - sion fair Of glo - ry that L the
2. With Mo - ses and_ E - Ii - jah nigh Th'in - car - nate Lord., holds
3. With shin - 109 face L, and bright_ ar - ray Christ deigns, to man - i -
4. And faith ful hearts., raised , on high By this.L, great vi - . ,
- are sion s
5.0 Fa - ther, with L, th'e - ter - nal Son, And Ho - ly Spir - it,
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1. Church may share, Which Christ up on the moun tain
2. con - verse high; And from the cloud the Ho ly
3. fest to day What glo - ry shall be ours_ a -
4. mys - ter y; For which m JOY - ful strains L we
5. ev er One, Vouch - safe to bring us by __ thy
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1. shows, _ Where bright - er than _ the sun_ he glows!
2. One __ Bears rec - ord to __ the on - ly Son.
3. bove __ Who live_ m God_ with per - feet love.
4. raise __ The voice L of prayer., the hymn- of praise.
5. grace-- To see __ thy glo - ry face_ to face.
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-, I I I I I I I I I Text: Latin hymn, 15th Century. Trans. J. M. Neale, + 1866, alt. Tune: Deus tuorum militum, Grenoble Church Melody. Harm. T. M.

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