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Good Friday
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  •  Hymns on the Sufferings of Christ
    Jesus Christ is Crucified

     Luke xxiii. 33: "And when they were come to the place which is called Calvary, they crucified Him there."

    Part I.          



    O come and mourn with me awhile;
     See, Mary calls us to her side;
     O come and let us mourn with her
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     His Mother cannot reach His face;
     She stands in helplessness beside;
     Her heart is martyred with her Son's;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     
    Have we no tears to shed for Him,
     While soldiers scoff and Jews deride;
     Ah! look how patiently He hangs;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     Seven times He spoke, seven words of love,
     And three long hours His silence cried
     For mercy on the souls of men,
     Jesus, Our Love, is crucified!
     
    How fast His hands and feet are nailed,
     His blessed tongue with thirst is tied,
     His failing eyes are blind with blood;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     What was Thy crime, my dearest Lord?
     By earth, by heaven, Thou hast been tried,
     And guilty found of too much love;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     



    Part II.          



    Found guilty of excess of love,
     It was Thine own sweet will that tied
     Thee tighter far than helpless nails;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     Come, take Thy stand beneath the cross,
     And let the blood from out His side
     Fall gently on Thee drop by drop:
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     
    Death came, and Jesus meekly bowed;
     His failing eyes He strove to guide
     With mindful love to Mary's face;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     A broken heart, a fount of tears,
     Ask, and they will not be denied:
     A broken heart love's cradle is;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     
    O break, O break, hard heart of mine,
     Thy weak self-love and guilty pride
     His Pilate and His Judas were;
     Jesus, our Love, is crucified!
     O love of God! O sin of man!
     In this dread act your sin is tried;
     And victory remains with love,
     For He, our Love is crucified


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    « Reply #2 on: April 08, 2015, 11:57:04 PM »
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  • This is the hymn from the Vespers of the first week of Lent in the Mozarabic Rite.  

     Allelúia piis édite láudibus,
    Cives æthérei, psállite unanímiter
          Allelúia perénne.

       Hinc vos perpétui lúminis áccolæ
    Ad summum resonâte hymníferis choris
          Allelúia perénne.

       Vos Urbs exímia suscípiet Dei,
    Quæ lætis résonans cántibus, éxcitat
          Allelúia perénne.

       Felíci réditu gáudia súmite,
    Reddéntes Dómino gloríficum melos,
          Allelúia perénne.

       Almum sidéreæ jam Pátriæ decus
    Victóres capite, quo cánere possîtis
         Allelúia perénne.

       Illîc Regis honor vócibus ínclytis
    Jocúndum réboat cármine pérpetim
          Allelúia perénne.

       Hoc fessis réquies, hoc cibus, hoc potus
    Obléctans réduces, háustibus áffluens
          Allelúia perénne.

    Which roughly tranlsates as;

    Alleluia édits pious praise,
    Citizens ethers sing unanimously
          Alleluia won.

       Hence you perpetual light coasts
    At most resonate hymníferis dances
          Alleluia won.

       God protect you, wonderful city,
    Canter echoing what joyful, excited
          Alleluia won.

       Favorable income joys pleasant,
    Glorify the Lord restored the melody
          Alleluia won.

       Nurturing the starry splendor
    Victoria's head, which may trumpet
         Alleluia won.

       Illicit Honor famous voices
    Jocundi Reboare Carmina Perpetua
          Alleluia won.

       This rest for the weary, that food, that drink,
    Reduce oblectans submerging frankincense
          Alleluia won.

       You deal maker suavisonus
    The songs, the most praiseworthy melody
          Alleluia won.

       Christ will celebrate the glory of the noise
    Our God the Almighty, and we say to thee:
          Alleluia won.
          Alleluia won.
       Amen.

     
       Te suavísonis cónditor áffatim
    Rerum carmínibus, laudêque pángimus
          Allelúia perénne.

       Te Christe célebrat glória vócibus
    Nostris omnípotens, ac tibi dícimus:
          Allelúia perénne.
          Allelúia perénne.
       Amen.

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