Placare, Christe, Servulis (O Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare!)

Posted September 4, 2016 11:21 am by Webmaster

Placare, Christe, Servulis (O Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare!)

Placare, Christe, Servulis is attributed to the Archbishop of Mainz, Rabanus Maurus (776-856). It is traditionally sung at Vespers on the Feast of All Saints (November 1) in the Roman Breviary. The English translation: O Christ, Thy Guilty People Spare! is by Edward Caswall ((1814-1878). It can be sung to any hymn tune with 8.8.8.8 metre such as the 7th century Latin hymn: Creator Alme Siderum. PLACARE CHRISTE SERVULIS1. Placare, Christe, servulis,Quibus Patris clementiamTuae ad tribunal gratiaePatrona Virgo postulat.2. Et vos beata, per novemDistincta gyros agmina,Antiqua cum praesentibus,Futura damna pellite.  3. Apostoli cum Vatibus,Apud severum Judicem,Veris reorum fletibusExposcite indulgentiam.4. Vos purpurati Martyres,Vos candidati praemioConfessionis,

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