Brebeuf Hymn Index

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Page 32 EASTER — EUCHARIST
Ad Cenam Agni Providi (“Come to the regal feast displayed”)
Translation: Fr. Frederick C. Husenbeth
FIRST TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 102 LENT
Audi Benigne Conditor (“O deign to hear, Creator Kind”)
Translation: Fr. John Fitzpatrick, Oblate of Mary
TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 166 ALL SAINTS — GENERAL USE
Christe Redemptor Omnium (“O Christ, Redeemer of mankind”)
Translation: Richard F. Littledale
THIRD TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)
9th century


Page 183 ADVENT
Conditor Alme Siderum (“Creator of the starry height”)
Translation: Msgr. Ronald A. Knox
SECOND TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 378 OUR LADY
Quem Terra, Pontus, Aethera (“Whom earth and sea and sky proclaim”)
Translation: Very Rev’d Dominic Aylward, OP
THIRD TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 406 SEPTUAGESIMA — GENERAL USE
Rebus Creatis Nil Egens (“O Lord, in perfect bliss above”)
Translation: Based on John David Chambers
FIFTH TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 507 PENTECOST
Veni Creator Spiritus (“Creator-Spirit, Lord of grace”)
Translation: Robert Campbell of Skerrington
SIXTH TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 540 HOLY CROSS — PASSIONTIDE
Vexilla Regis Prodeunt (“The King’s bright banners forward go”)
Translation: Edward Arthur Dayman
THIRD TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)


Page 708 PENTECOST
Nunc Sancte Nobis Spiritus (“Come, Holy Ghost, who ever One”)
Translation: (Saint) John Henry Cardinal Newman, Oratorian
TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)

A “text only version” is included at page bottom, providing melodic flexibility.


Page 781 OUR LADY
Salve Regina, Mater Misericordiae (“Hail to the Queen that reigns above”)
Translation: Historic Roman Catholic Translation • 1687AD
TUNE: “Whitehall” • 88 88 (LM)

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