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1. Stabat mater dolorosa
2. Cujus animam gementem
3. O quam tristis et afflicta
Mater Unigeniti ;
4. Quæ morebat et dolebat
5. Quis est homo qui non fleret,
6. Quis non posset contristari
7. Pro peccatis suæ gentis
8. Vidit suum dulcem natum
Dum emisit spiritum.
ASTORGA, CLARI, DVOŘÁK, PALESTRINA,
PSALM CXXxvii. 1. Super flumina Babylonis, illic sedimus et flevimus, cum recordaremur tui, Sion.
2. In salicibus in medio ejus suspendimus organa
ST. MATTHEW xvi. 18, 19. Tu es Petrus, et super hanc petram ædificabo Ecclesiam Meam, et portæ inferi non prævalebunt adversus eam: et tibi dabo claves regni cœlorum. Quodcunque ligaveris super terram erit ligatum et in cœlis, et quodcunque solveris super terram erit solutum et in cœlis.
Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it; and I will give unto thee the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven; and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in Heaven; and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in Heaven.
PSALM ii. 1. Why do the heathen rage so furiously against the LORD?
11. Serve ye, O serve the LORD in fear, and magnify His Name. Glorify Him for evermore.
Save, LORD, hear us; O hear us, when we call.
sake us not for ever; revive us for Thy mercy's sake. We
pray Thee, return unto us; O LORD, forsake us not.
Jesu, dulcis memoria,
† For English Version see No. 590.
O quam gloriosum est regnum in quo cum Christo gaudent omnes sancti! Amicti stolis albis Agnum sequuntur quocunque ierit.
When to the Temple Mary went, and brought the Holy
Him did the aged Simeon see, as it had been revealed.
Help now Thy servants, gracious LORD, that we may ever be
As once the faithful Simeon was, rejoicing but in Thee;
I CORINTHIANS XV. 20. Alleluia. Christus surrexit a mortuis primitiæ dormientium.
21. Alleluia. Quoniam per hominem mors, et per hominem resurrectio mortuorum.
22. Alleluia. Et sicut in Adam omnes moriuntur, ita et in Christo omnes vivificabuntur.
ROMANS iv. 25; I COR. v. 8. Mortuus est propter delicta nostra, et resurrexit propter justificationem nostram; itaque epulemur in azymis sinceritatis et veritatis. Alleluia.
I CORINTHIANS XV. 20. Alleluia. CHRIST is risen from the dead, the first fruits of them that are asleep.
21. Alleluia. Since by man came death, also came by man the resurrection of the dead.
22. Alleluia. For as in Adam all die, so also in CHRIST shall all be made alive.
ROMANS iv. 25; 1 Cor. v. 8. CHRIST was delivered up for our offences, and He was raised again for our justification; let us then keep the feast with purity and with truth. Alleluia.
Arise, O ye servants of GOD, ye who watch in His courts, to serve our GoD and laud His Name, singing praise to Him night and day. O praise ye His Name evermore.
O LORD GOD, to Thee be praise evermore. And Thy glory shall be told to the ends of all the earth, while we sing unceasingly the great deeds which Thou hast wrought. Sweelinck.
PSALM 1xxxvi. 1. Bow Thine ear, O LORD, and hear: let Thine anger cease from us.
ISAIAH lxiv. 10. Sion, Thy Sion, is wasted and brought low Jerusalem is wasted quite desolate and void.
PSALM 1xxxvi. 1. Bow Thine ear, O LORD, and hear me: for I am poor and in misery.
3, 6. O LORD, be merciful unto me: give ear unto my prayer, and ponder the voice of my humble, desires,
8, 9. Among the Gods there is none like Thee. All nations shall come and worship Thee, O LORD, and glorify Thy Name.
10. For Thou art great, and dost wondrous things: Thou art GOD alone.
ISAIAH Ixiv. 9. Be not wroth very sore, O LORD, neither remember iniquity for ever see, we beseech Thee, we are Thy people.
10. Zion is a wilderness, Jerusalem a desolation.
II. Our holy and our beautiful house is burnt up with fire.
12. Wilt Thou refrain Thyself, O LORD, for these things? wilt Thou hold Thy peace, and afflict us very sore?
ST. JOHN xiv. 18. I will not leave you comfortless, I will come again to you, (xvi. 22) and your heart shall rejoice. Hallelujah.
O LORD, turn Thy wrath away from us, for Thy mercy's sake; call to mind no more, O our GOD, our former sins and wickedness; look down with Thy merciful eyes, and see we be Thy people and Thy pasture-sheep.
PSALM lxxxi. 1. Sing joyfully unto GOD our strength; sing loud unto the GOD of Jacob.
2. Take the song, and bring forth the timbrel, the pleasant harp, and the viol.
3. Blow the trumpet in the new moon, even in the time appointed, and at our feast-day.
4. For this is a statute for Israel, and a law of the GOD of Jacob.
PSALM Íxxxi. 1. Sing we inerrily unto GOD our strength: make a cheerful noise unto the GOD of Jacob. 2. Take the psalm, bring hither the tabret: the merry harp with the lute.
3. Blow up the trumpet in the new moon: even in the time appointed, and upon our solemn feast-day.
4. For this was made a statute for Israel: and a law of the GOD of Jacob. [Hallelujah. Amen.]
BATTEN, BLOW, CHILD, KELWAY.
52 Crotch, TinneY, VV. 1-3. [Hallelujah. Amen.]