Cloister Songs and Hymns for Children

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Burns, 1881 - Hymns, English - 178 pages

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Page 89 - ... into our hearts your sweetness. Fill our souls with love divine May your gracious presence ever Round your charge protecting shine.
Page 27 - CHOU who all men dost relieve, Christ in Thee I do believe, Come unto my aid, O Lord, While I labour for Thy word ; Hasten to my help, I pray, Bear my burden every day. Of all mankind the maker Thou, Before Thy throne our Judge we bow. O Lord of lords and King of kings ! To Thee all nature homage brings. The angels all alone in state, In the celestial city wait. O God of gods, eternal Light, O Lord most high, most sweet, most bright ; O God of patience, past all thought ; O God, Thou teacher of the...
Page 28 - Who count'st it in the martyrs' roll. Christ, Saviour of the world so wide, Christ on the cross at Passion-tide, Christ into depths of hell descends, Christ into heaven above ascends. Be glory to the Father given, Exalted in the highest heaven, All honour to the Only Son, With God the Father ever One...
Page 44 - One more favor we will ask thee, Thou of all canst grant it best, When we die be thou still near us, Bring us safe to endless rest.
Page 26 - Recta regens regimina. Johannes coram domino Adhuc matris in utero, Repletus dei gratia Pro vino atque siccera.
Page 26 - Benedictus in saecula recta regens regimina Johannes coram Domino adhuc matris in utero repletus Dei gratia pro vino atque sicera.
Page 43 - HOLY Joseph, dearest Father, To thy children's prayer incline, Whilst we sing thy joys and sorrows, And the glories which are thine. How to praise thee, how to thank thee, Blessed Saint, we cannot tell, Favors countless hast thou given, Can we choose but love thee well?
Page 94 - Dazzles e'en the angels' sight With the brilliance of its rays, — Seated on a throne of bliss, Drinking love from love's own fountain, Dwells the saint in rapture glad, Throned on the golden mountain. Now no more shall pain or tears Crush his heart, or bow his spirit ; Now no more shall earthly fears Cloud the joys he doth inherit.
Page 155 - ... terrible plague, which, inflicted for our sins, renders our fields unfruitful, and deprives our vines of the honours of the vintage,' &c. The work contains a vignette, representing the patriarch Noah presiding over the operations of the vintage, as well as a notification from the Archbishop, granting an indulgence of forty days to all who shall devoutly recite the prayers in question. — (Christian Times...
Page 104 - ... may boast. Lady of our hearts we call thee, Thou our gentle Mother art ; Mary, fold us in thy mantle, lake us to thy loving heart. 2 "Tis thy feast, O Queen of Angels ; We salute thee, Lady dear ; Show thy pity, show thy kindness, To each soul now kneeling here. With...

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