AVE REGINA CAELORUM PDF

The Ave Regina caelorum is sung as the concluding antiphon in each of the Hours of the Daily Office during the pre-Lent and Lenten seasons. Title: Ave Regina caelorum. Composer: Nicolas Gombert. Number of voices: 5vv Voicing: SATTB Genre: Sacred, Votive antiphon. Language. Hail, O Queen of Heaven enthroned! Hail, by angels Mistress owned Root of Jesse, Gate of morn, Whence the world’s true Light was born. Glorious Virgin, joy to.

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Ave Regina Caelorum

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Dignare me laudare te Virgo sacrata Da mihi virtutem contra hostes tuos. Against thy enemies give me strength. Salve radix, salve porta, [ or Salve, radix sancta,] Ex qua mundo lux est orta: Take the Prayer Trivia Quiz now!

This page was last edited on 14 Novemberat We ask you, humbly, to help. The text of this antiphon appears to have remained fairly unchanged since the 12th century, small variants being noted below. The traditional collect, which is not a part of the antiphon proper, is also given below. Let us pray Grant, O merciful God, to our weak natures Thy protection, that we who commemorate the holy Mother of God may, by the help of her intercession, arise from our iniquities. Saint of the Day St.

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Ave, Regina Caelorum

Per eundem Christum Dominum nostrum. Catholic Online on Twitter Catholic Tweets. This antiphon is one of the traditional concluding antiphons for Compline in use since the 13th century. Allow me to praise thee, O sacred Virgin. It appears to be of monastic origin but the author is caelourm dating from around the 12th century.

Ave, Regina caelorum

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Oremus Concede, misericors Deus, fragilitati nostrae praesidium; ut, qui rdgina Dei Genetricis memoriam agimus; intercessionis eius auxilio, a nostris iniquitatibus resurgamus. Gaude Virgo gloriosa, Super omnes speciosa, Vale, gegina valde decora, Et pro nobis Christum [semper] exora. The traditional collect, which is not a part of the antiphon proper, is also given below. Da mihi virtutem contra hostes tuos.

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Allow me to praise thee, holy Virgin. Electronic text copyright c EWTN.

Indulgence, 5 years; plenary, under usual conditions, for month’s recitation. Views Read View source View history. Give me strength against thy enemies. Plead with Christ our sins to spare.

Oremus Concede, misericors Deus, fragilitati nostrae eegina ut, qui sanctae Dei Genetricis memoriam agimus; intercessionis eius auxilio, a nostris iniquitatibus resurgamus. Support Free Education Tax deductible support Free caslorum. Jerome, the versicle and response originally appeared in the writings of St. This is one of four Marian antiphons, with following versicles and prayers, traditionally said or sung after night prayer, immediately before going to sleep.

Latest Videos on YouTube. As noted by St. This antiphon is one of the traditional concluding antiphons for Compline in use since the 13th century. Top Searches Nicholas st clare St. Dufay’s setting is unique in ending with an Alleluia, which probably stems from the earlier use of the antiphon at the Annunciation.