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WALWORTH, REV. CLARENCE ALPHONSUS
(1820-1900) was an Episcopal clergyman who entered the
Catholic Church and became one of the founders of the
Paulist Congregation. His fine translation of the Te Deum
is in extensive use. Hymn: 8.

WINGFIELD, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.A. (1813-
1874), was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. Convert,
1845. Before his conversion he was an Anglican clergy-
man ; after his conversion, a barrister. Hymn : 87.

WOODWARD, REV. GEORGE RATCLIFF, MA.
(b. 1848), was educated at Harrow, and at Gonville and
Caius College, Cambridge. He is the editor of the excellent
hymnal, Songs of Syon, to which he contributed many
translations from the Latin, Greek, and German. His
translations from the Latin do not include any of the
Breviary hymns. He is also the author of the widely
known Cowley Carol Booh. Hymn : 149B.

YATTENDON HYMNAL, 1899. The Yattendon
Hymnal was edited by Mr. Robert Bridges, the Poet-

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TRANSLATORS OF THE HYMNS

Laureate. It contains, in all, one hundred hymns, many of
them recent translations of a high order. Hymn : 12.

Religious Affiliations of Translators

It is interesting to record here the religious affiliations
of the translators whose hymns find a place in this volume.
It will be observed from the biographies given above that
among the Catholic translators fully one-half are converts.
Among those classed as Anglicans the writer believes that
all are of the High Church party.

CATHOLICS : Aylward, Bagshawe, Bute, Campbell, Cas-
wall, Donahoe, Dryden, Faber, Garesche, Hall, Henry,
Hunter-Blair, Husenbeth, Leeson, McDougall, MacCarthy,
Newman, Oakeley, O'Hagan, Oxenham, Paul, Potter, Wal-
lace, Walworth, and Wingfield. The translations in the
Primers are all by Catholics.

ANGLICANS: Ball, Blacker, Blew, Chadwick, Cham-
bers, Copeland, Courthope, Dearmer, Ellerton, Hort,
Housman, Irons, Julian, Lacey, Littledale, Neale, Palmer,
Riley, and Woodward.

The religious affiliation of Doran is not definitely known
to the writer ; he was probably an Anglican.

Scott was nominally a Presbyterian with a leaning
toward the Episcopal Church.



572



GLOSSARY

Aurora, ce, the dawn. In alleg. the Blessed Virgin, who was
the Dawn that heralded the rising Sun of Justice.
(Mai. 4, 2.)

Avernus, i, hell. The Humanistic revisers of the Breviary
hymns introduced many pagan poetical names for
heaven and hell.

Bethlem, another form of Bethlehem, the birthplace of
David and of Christ. It is five miles south of
Jerusalem.

Christiades, um, pi. Christians. This word occurs twice.
It is not found in the dictionaries, not even in Du
Cange. See hymns 94, 104.

circulus, i, circle. Used in the hymns in such expressions
as "dierum circulo," "dierum circulis," and in the
Vulgate — "post anni circulum" — "after the course of
a year." "Now the circling years disclose." — Pope:
Odyssey.

ccelites (pi. of codes, itis), the blessed, the heavenly spirits.
This word and jubar were great favorites with the re-
visers of the Breviary hymns.

compos, potis, with genitive, partaking of, sharing in, par-
ticipating in.

confiteor 2, to praise. Confitebor tibi Domine in toto corde
meo (Ps. 9, 2).

denus for the pi. deni. The singular form of the distributive
numerals is quite common.

edo, edidi 3, to beget, bring forth, cause.

Flamen, inis (from flare, to blow), the Holy Spirit; just
as "spirit" is from spirare, to blow.

Genitor, oris, the Father; Genitus, the Son.

in, prep., in, into; as, for. Et dederunt in (as, for) escam
meamfel (Ps. 68, 22).

jubar, aris, ray, beam, splendor, glory.

jugis, adj., continual, perpetual; jugiter, adv., forever.

livor, oris, fig., envy, spite, malice, ill-will ; mostly poet, and
post- Aug. for iuvidia.

373



GLOSSARY

lubricus, adj., slippery, dangerous; impure, unclean. See
" lubricous" in any unabridged English dictionary.

lumbi, ovum, the loins, reins, considered as the seat of the
passions or affections.

machina, ce, structure, fabric, frame, order.

Numen, inis, God, the Godhead, the Divine Will.

obvius, adj., in the way so as to meet, meeting.

Olympus, i, heaven. See "Avenues."

Orcus, i, hell. See "Avernus."

palma, ce, a palm, palm branch ; victory, the palm branch as
a symbol of victory.

pango, to fasten; to compose, to write, hence "to sing."

plaga, ce, wound, blow, stripe. See following word.

plaga, ce, region, quarter, lands. See preceding word.

polus, i (or pi.), heaven, the heavens.

prcesepe, is, a manger. Also praesepes, is; praesepia, ae;
praesepium, i.

Sion, lit., a hill in Jerusalem on which stood the royal
palace; fig., the Church, esp. the Church Militant, the
faithful. In general, Sion is the Church on earth;
Jerusalem, the Church in heaven. The necessities of
meter do not always permit this distinction to be ob-
served.

Solymce, arum, and Solyma, orum are poetical forms of
Hierosolyma, orum, Jerusalem.

Tartarus, i, and Tartara, orum, hell. See "Avernus."

Verbum, i, The Word, the Eternal Son, the second Person
of the Holy Trinity.

votum, i (mostly pi.), prayer, wish, desire, "votum
solvere," to fulfill one's vows or obligations, "voti
compotes," having obtained their wish.



374



ENGLISH INDEX

HYMN

Abroad the Regal Banners fly 51

Ah that day of wrath and woe 87C

All glory, laud, and honor 58

All hail, ye little Martyr flowers 42

All ye who seek a comfort sure 85

All ye who would the Christ descry 129

Angel-guardians of men, spirits and powers we sing 136

Antiphons of Advent 34

As fades the glowing orb of day 29

As the bird, whose clarion gay 14

A thousand lights their glory shed . : 96

At the Cross her station keeping 54

At the Lamb's high feast we sing 60

At this our solemn Feast 77

Ave, Star of Ocean 149

Before the ending of the day 5

Behold the blessed morning 143

Bethlehem, of noblest cities 47

Be thou the guardian of thy native land 94

Blessed City, heavenly Salem 168

Blest guardian of all virgin souls 88

Brief life is here our portion 171

Bright Builder of the heavenly poles 35

By Mary's inspiration led 103

By the crib wherein reposing 57

Celestial Word, to this our earth 36

Christ is made the sure Foundation 169

Christ, of the Angels praise and adoration 135

Christ the Lord is risen to-day 59

Come, all ye faithful 40

Come, Holy Ghost, who ever One 2

Creator-Spirit, all-Divine 68

Day is breaking, dawn is bright 16

Day of wrath and doom impending 87D

Doxologies, Special — following hymn 29

Earth's mighty Maker, whose command 25

375



INDEX, ENGLISH

HYMN

Eternal Monarch, King most High , 66

Father of lights ! one glance of Thine 125

Flowers of martyrdom all hail 42B

For thee, dear, dear country 172

From highest heaven, the Father's Son 167

From lands that see the sun arise 39

From the truth thy soul to turn 108

Giver of life, eternal Lord 148

Glory and honor and laud 58B

Glory of Iberia's throne 107

God of mercy let us run 133

God's messenger, Theresa 142

Great God of boundless mercy, hear 21

Hail day ! whereon the One in Three 6

Hail, holy Wounds of Jesus, hail 120

Hail, Queen of heaven, enthroned 31

Hail, Sea-Star we name thee 149B

Hail, Thou who man's Redeemer art 65

Hail to the Queen who reigns above 33

Hail, true Body, truly born 80

Hark, a herald voice is calling 37

He who once, in righteous vengeance 119

Hidden God, devoutly I adore Thee 79

High let us all our voices raise 165

His sacred feet with tears of agony 126

Holy God, we praise Thy Name 8

Holy Spirit, come and shine 67

In wondrous mode set free, lo, at the Lord's com-
mand 128

Jerusalem the golden 173

Jesu, eternal Truth sublime 162

Jesu, salvation's Sun divine 50

Jesu, the very thought of Thee 43

Jesu, the Virgins ' Crown, do Thou 163

Jesu, the world's Redeemer, hear 161

Jesus, behind Thy Temple 's veil 84

Jesus, the Ransomer of man 38

Joseph, the praise and glory of the heavens 105

376



INDEX, ENGLISH

HYMN

Joy to thee, Queen of heaven 32

Let Angels chant thy praise, pure spouse of purest

Bride 104

Light of the anxious heart 130

Lo, how the savage crew 83

Lo, Mary is exempt from stain of sin 100

Long fasting hath thy body tamed 145

Lo, the dim shadows of the night are waning 10

Maker of all, eternal King 9

Maker of man, who from Thy throne 28

Martyr of God, whose strength was steeled 156

Mother benign of our redeeming Lord 30

My God, I love Thee, not because 74

Noble champion of the Lord 110

Now Christ, ascending whence He came 69

Now Christ, the Conqueror of death 140

Now from the slumbers of the night arising 7

Now in the sun's new dawning ray 1

Now let the darkling eve 131

Now let the earth with joy resound 153

O Blest Creator of the light 23

O Christ, the world's Creator bright 82

O Christ, Thy guilty people spare 147

O Christ, whose glory fills the heaven 20

O come, O come, Emmanuel 34B

O for thy spirit, holy John, to chasten 113

O glorious King of Martyr hosts 157

O glorious Lady ! throned on high 151

O glory of the Polish race 144

O God by whose command is swayed 72

O God, of those that fought Thy fight 155

O God of truth, O Lord of might 3

O God, whose hand hath spread the sky 26

O great Creator of the sky 24

O highest Hope of mortals 95

O House of Nazareth the blest 97

377



INDEX, ENGLISH

HYMN

Jesu, King most wonderful 44

Jesu, Life-spring of the soul 134

Jesu, Thou the Beauty art 45

kind Creator, bow Thine ear 48

Light of Light, Dayspring bright 13

lovely light of fatherland 122

more than blessed, merit high attaining 115

Peter, Shepherd good, our voices sing of thee . . 90

rosy dawn ! that dost proclaim 99

Sovereign Lord of Nature 's might 27

Splendor of God's glory bright 12

strength and stay upholding all creation 4

Thou, the heavens' eternal King 61

Thou, the Son of God most High 86

Thou, who dost all nature sway 73

Three in One, and One in Three 19

Trinity of blessed light 71

Our limbs refreshed with slumber now 11

Our souls' great Teacher, Paul, our guide in wis-
dom's ways 91

Virgin Mother of our God 98

Peter, blest Shepherd ! hearken to our cry 117

Peter, whatever thou shalt bind on earth 89

Praise, Sion, praise thy Saviour 75

Remember, Creator Lord 152

Riches and regal throne, for Christ's dear sake.. 124

Round roll the weeks our hearts to greet 70

Ruler of the dread immense 137

Sanctify me wholly, Soul of Christ adored 81

See the golden sun arise 18

Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle 52

Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's glory 76

Sing, O Sons of the Church, sounding the Mar-
tyrs ' praise 159

Sing, O ye faithful, sing two athlete brothers 121

Son of a Virgin, Maker of Thy Mother 164

Son of the Highest, deign to cast 127

378



INDEX, ENGLISH

HYMN

That day of wrath, that dreadful day 87

That day of wrath, that dreadful day 87B

The agonizing hooks, the rending scourge 93

The beauteous light of God's eternal Majesty 116

The dawn is sprinkling in the east 22

The dusky veil of night hath laid 17

Thee, Christ, the Father's splendor 134B

Th' eternal gifts of Christ the King 154

The fast, as taught by holy lore 49

The fathers lived a life in shade 102

The gladness of thy Motherhood 141

The God whom earth, and sea, and sky 150

The golden star of morn Ill

The Heav'nly Word proceeding forth 78

The holy Paschal work is wrought 59B

The Martyrs' triumphs let us sing 158

The Messenger from God's high throne 138

The morn had spread her crimson rays 62

The Mount of Olives witnesseth 139

The world is very evil 170

Thirty years among us dwelling 53

This the Confessor of the Lord, whose triumph... 160

Thou heavenly, new Jerusalem 166

Thou in thy childhood, to the desert caverns 114

To be the Lamb 's celestial bride 112

To rule thy heart, Elizabeth 123

Venantius, hail! God's Martyr bright 109

We praise Thee, O God 8

What a sea of tears and sorrow 132

When thou dost pray thy mighty prayer 146

When war was raging, and the town 101

While Christ's disciples, grieving, sad 63

Who madest all and dost control 15

Why impious Herod, vainly fear 46

With glad and joyous strains 118

With joyous songs, great Rome, Martina's fame

extol 92

With terror doth the tyrant hear 41

379



INDEX, ENGLISH

HYMN

With the fair sun of Easter morn 64

Worshipped throughout the Church to earth's far

ends 106

LATIN INDEX

(a = accentual, q = quantitative)

HYMN

Adeste, fideles a 40

Adoro Te devote a 79

Ad regias Agni dapes q 60

iEterna Christi munera q 154

iEterna cceli gloria q 20

iEterne Rector siderum q 137

iEterne rerum Conditor q 9

Sterne Rex altissime q 66

Ales diei nuntius q 14

Alma Redemptoris Mater q 30

Alto ex Olympi vertice q 167

Angularis f undamentum a 169

Anima Christi 81

AntiphonaB Majores 34

Antra deserti q 114

A solis ortus cardine q 39

Athleta Christi nobilis q 110

Auctor beate saeculi q 82

Audi benigne Conditor q 48

Audit tyrannus anxius q 41

Aurora ccelum purpurat q 62

Aurora jam spargit polum q 22

Aurora soli praevia q 99

Ave Maris Stella a 149

Ave Regina coelorum a 31

Ave verum Corpus natum a 80

Beata nobis gaudia q 70

Beate Pastor Petre q 90

Beate Pastor Petre q 117

Bella dum late q 101

Christe, sanctorum q 135

Christo profusum sanguinem q 158

380



INDEX, LATIN

HYMN

Ccelestis Agni nuptias q 112

Coelestis aulae Nuntius q 138

Coelestis urbs Jerusalem q 166

Cceli Deus sanctissime q 26

Coelitum Joseph q 105

Consors paterni luminis q 13

Cor, area legem continens q 84

Corpus domas jejuniis q 145

Creator alme siderum q 35

Crudelis Herodes, Deum q 46

Custodes hominum q 136

Decora lux q 116

Deus tuorum militum q 155

Dies Irae a 87

Domare cordis q 123

Doxologies, Special — following hymn 29

Dum nocte pulsa q Ill

Ecce jam noctis q 10

Egregie Doctor Paule q 91

En clara vox redarguit q. . . , 37

En ut superba criminum q . . , 83

Ex more docti mystico q 49

Exultet orbis gaudiis q 153

Festivis resonent compita q 118

Fortem virili pectore q 165

Gentis Polonse gloria q 144

Gloria, laus, et honor a 58

H«ec est dies, qua q 143

Hie breve vivitur q 171

Hominis superne Conditor q 28

Hora novissima q 170

Immense coeli Conditor q 24

In monte olivis q 139

Invicte Martyr, unicum q 156

381



INDEX LATIN

HYMN

Ira justa Conditoris q 119

Iste Confessor q 160

Iste, quern laeti q 106

Jam Christus astra ascenderat q 69

Jam lucis orto sidere q 1

Jam morte victor q 140

Jam sol recedit igneus q 29

Jam toto subitus q 131

Jesu, corona celsior q 162

Jesu, corona Virginum q 163

Jesu, decus angelicum a 45

Jesu, dulcis memoria a 43

Jesu, Redemptor omnium, Perpes q 161

Jesu, Redemptor omnium, Quern q 38

Jesu, Rex admirabilis a 44

Lauda Sion a 75

Lucis Creator optime q 23

Lustra sex a 53

Lux alma, Jesu q 130

Lux ecce surgit aurea q 18

Lux o decora q 122

Magnae Deus potential a 27

Maria castis osculis q 126

Martinae celebri q 92

Martyr Dei Venantius q 109

Matris sub almas q 103

Memento, rerum Conditor q 152

Miris modis repente q 128

Nocte surgentes q 7

Non illam crucians q 93

Nox atra rerum contegit q 17

Nox, et tenebrae, et nubila q 16

Nullis te genitor q 108

Nunc Sancte nobis Spiritus q 2

O bona patria q 172

O Deus, ego amo Te a 74

382



INDEX, LATIN

HYMN

gente f elix hospita q 97

gloriosa virginum q 151

Lux beata coelitum q 95

Lux beata Trinitas a 71

Omnis expertem q 100

O nimis f elix q 115

quot undis lacrimarum q 132

sola magnarum urbium q. . 47

Sol salutis, intimis q 50

Opes decusque regium q 124

Pange lingua (Passion) q 52

Pange Lingua (Corpus Christi) a 76

Paschale mundo gaudium q 64

Pater superni luminis q 125

Placare, Christe, servulis q 147

Praeclara custos virginum q 88

Primo die, quo Trinitas q 6

Quern terra, pontus, sidera q 150

Quicumque certum quaaritis q 85

Quicumque Christum quaeritis q 129

Quodcumque in orbe q 89

Rector potens, verax Deus q 3

Regali solio f ortis Iberiae q 107

Regina cceli, laetare a 32

Regis supemi nuntia q 142

Rerum Creator optime q 15

Rerum Deus tenax vigor q 4

Rex gloriose Martyrum q 157

Rex sempiterne coelitum q 61

Sacra jam splendent q 96

Sacris solemniis a 77

Salutis aeternaB clator q 148

Salutis humanae Sator q 65

Salve Regina a 33

Salvete Christi vulnera a 120

Salvete flores Martyrum q 42

Sancta Mater, istud agas a 55

383



INDEX, LATIN

HYMN

Sanctorum meritis q 159

Sedibus cceli q 121

Sio patres vitam q 102

Somno refectis artubus q 11

Splendor paternae gloriae q 12

Stabat Mater dolorosa a 54

Stabat Mater speciosa a 57

Summse Deus clementiae q 133

Summae Parens clementiae (Saturday) q 21

Summae Parens clementiae q 72

Summi Parentis Filio q 86

Summi Parentis Unice q 127

Te deprecante, corporum q 146

Te Deum laudamus 8

Te dicimus praeconio q 98

Te gestientem gaudiis q 141

Te, Joseph, celebrent q 104

Telluris alme Conditor q 25

Te lucis ante terminum q 5

Te splendor et virtus Patris q 134

Tibi, Christe, splendor Patris a 134B

Tristes erant Apostoli q 63

Tu natale solum q 94

Tu, Trinitatis Unitas (Friday) q 19

Tu, Trinitatis Unitas q 73

Urbs Jerusalem beata a 168

Urbs Sion aurea q 173

Ut queant laxis q 113

Veni Creator Spiritus q 68

Veni, Sancte Spiritus a 67

Veni, veni, Emmanuel a 34B

Verbum supernum prodiens (Advent) q 36

Verbum supernum prodiens a 78

Vexilla Regis prodeunt q 51

Victimae Paschali a 59

Virginis Proles q 164

Virgo virginum praeclara a 56

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