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Adoremus Hymnal 

The revised edition of The Adoremus Hymnal, incorporating the new English translation of the Missal, new English settings of the music for Mass and other additions, is published by Ignatius Press. Scroll down for more details of contents on this site.

The new Adoremus Hymnal is available for shipping. Visit the Ignatius Press special hymnal pages to order.  http://www.ignatius.com/promotions/adoremus-hymnal/index.htm

Note: PDFs of the organ version of the four newly composed Mass settings are also accessible on this site <http://www.adoremus.org/OrdIndex.html> More details of contents below.

Adoremus Hymnal dimensions

Several have inquired about the dimensions of the newly expanded Adoremus Hymnals.

The width and length of the standard and Melody versions remain the same (8 1/4" x 9 1/4"). The new Organ edition will have larger pages - 8 1/2 x 11", and will be in a binder.

As to the thickness of the standard and melody editions, the printer advises that the melody version will be 1 1/8" thick; the standard edition 1 5/8" thick. These dimensions are comparable to hymnals from other publishers.

Recordings of Masses and Hymns

Music in the hymnal, Mass settings and hymns, are recorded and accessible online as MP3 files for free download.  Access on the Ignatius Press site - http://www.ignatius.com/promotions/adoremus-hymnal/downloadable-mp3s.htm

Index of Hymns – liturgical season

Alphabetical list of hymns by liturgical season or occasion

NOTE: * bold = new addition to this edition, or new liturgical category.

            Underline = add existing hymn to the liturgical category

            (some hymns will appear in more than one category).

            Numbering is preserved from original edition.

 

ADVENT

Come, thou long expected Jesus 310

Conditor alme siderum  308

Creator of the stars of night 309

Lo, He comes with clouds descending 304

O come, O come, Emmanuel 301

O Word, that goest forth on high 305

Of the Father’s love begotten 331

On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry 303

Rorate caeli 307

Savior of the nations, come 302

Veni, veni, Emmanuel 300

Wake, awake, for night is flying 306

ASCENSION

Hail the day that sees Him rise 430

Hail thee, festival Day! Ascension 432

See the Conqu’ror mounts in triumph 431

BAPTISM

Sing praise to our Creator 500

*BENEDICTION  (new index category, not new hymns)

Adoro te devote 510

Holy God, we praise thy name 460

O Salutaris Hostia/ O Saving Victim (Duguet) 519

O Salutaris Hostia/ O Saving Victim (Werner) 520

Tantum ergo/ Down in adoration falling 393

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Adoro te devote 510

Ave verum corpus 514

Father, we thank thee 515

Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all! 516

O Jesus Christ, remember 518

O Jesus, we adore thee 517

O Lord, I am not worthy 512

O Lord Jesus, I adore thee 513

O Salutaris Hostia/O Saving Victim  (Duguet) 519

O Salutaris Hostia/ O Saving Victim (Werner) 520

O Thou, who at Thy Eucharist didst pray 521

Panis angelicus 523

Soul of my Savior 522

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

Alma Redemptoris Mater 537

At the cross her station keeping 401

Ave maria 531

Ave, maris stella 533

Ave, Regina caelorum 538

Concordi laetitia 535

Daily, Daily sing to Mary 544

Hail, holy Queen enthroned above 530

Hail, Queen of heaven, the ocean star 539

Immaculate Mary 532

* Magnificat (Latin chant) 548

* My soul doth magnify the Lord (English Magnificat) 549

Maiden, yet a mother 540

Mary the Dawn 541

O sanctissima /O most holy one 542

Regina caeli 546

Salve Mater misericordiae 545

Salve Regina 547

Sing of Mary, pure and lowly 543

Sounds of joy have put to flight536

Stabat Mater 400

CHRIST THE KING

Come, Thou almighty King 484

Crown Him with many crowns 481

Hail, Redeemer, King divine 482

Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates 485

O worship the King 483

To Jesus Christ, our sov’reign King 480

CHRISTMAS

Adeste, fideles 321

Angels we have heard on high 323

Away in a manger 336

* Behold a simple, tender Babe 339

God rest ye merry, gentlemen 326

Good Christian men, rejoice 334

Hark! The herald angels sing 325

It came upon the midnight clear 335

Joy to the world 320

Lo, how a rose e’er blooming 329

O come, all ye faithful 322

O little town of Bethlehem 333

Of the Father’s love begotten 331

Once in royal David’s city 328

Puer natus in Bethlehem 324

Silent night, holy night! 338

Sleep, holy Babe 337

The first Nowell 347

What child is this 330

While shepherds watch’d their flocks 332

CHURCH, THE

Christ is made the sure foundation 561

Glorious things of thee are spoken 53

O Love, who drew from Jesus’ side 562

The Church’s one foundation 560

CORPUS CHRISTI – BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST

Lauda Sion (Sequence)  465

Laud, O Sion 466

Very Bread, Good Shepherd 467 

EASTER

At the Lamb’s high feast 411

Christ the Lord is ris’n today 415

* Christians to the Paschal Victim (Sequence) 418a

Come, ye faithful, raise the strain 417

Good Christian men, rejoice and sing 419

Hail thee, festival day! Easter 414

Jesus Christ is risen today 410

The strife is o’er, the battle done 418

Victimae paschali laudes (Sequence) 418

Ye sons and daughters of the Lord 412

Ye watchers and ye holy ones 416

EPIPHANY

As with gladness men of old 353

* Behold a simple, tender babe 339

Bethlehem, of noblest cities 352

Hail to the Lord’s anointed! 354

Songs of thankfulness and praise 351

We three kings of Orient are 350

GENERAL

All creatures of our God and King 600

All people that on earth do dwell 622

Alleluia! Sing to Jesus 601

At the Name of Jesus 602

Be thou my vision 623

* Come spread the news with shouts of joy 634

Come with us, O blessed Jesus 626

Faith of our fathers 603

God of our fathers, whose almighty hand 625

I sing the mighty power of God 616

* Immortal, Invisible, God only wise 627

* Jesu Dulcis Memoria 628

* Jesus the very thought of Thee 629

Jesus, Lover of my soul 604

Let all mortal flesh keep silence 605

Lift high the cross 606

Most ancient of all mysteries 617

* My God, How Wonderful Thou Art  630

Now thank we all our God 607

* O God beyond all praising 635

O God of loveliness 608

O God, our help in ages past 624

* O God Whose voice (New hymn: Cochran – Allen Brings) 631

O Lord, the Giver of all life 609

O radiant Light, O Sun divine 618

On this day, the first of days 610

Praise God, from whom all blessings flow 621

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven 611

Praise to the Holiest in the height 615

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty 612

Te Deum – Latin 632

English – We praise thee, O God 633

Te lucis ante terminum 619

There’s a wideness in God’s mercy 613

We praise you, Father, for your gifts 620

When morning gilds the skies 614

GOOD FRIDAY

Ah, holy Jesus 402

At the cross her station keeping 401

O Sacred Head, surrounded 403

Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle 404

Stabat Mater 400

HOLY THURSDAY

Down in adoration falling 393

Of the glorious body telling 392

Pange lingua 391

Tantum ergo 33

Ubi caritas 390

LAST THINGS

All the world is God’s own field 570

Day of wrath! O day of mourning! 576

Dies irae, dies illa 577

Help, Lord, the souls that thou hast made 571

I heard the voice of Jesus say 579

I bind unto myself today 463

In paradisum 572

Lead, kindly Light 578

May flights of angels lead you on your way 573

Remember those, O Lord 575

Requiem aeternam 574

The King of love my shepherd is 580

There’s a wideness in God’s mercy  613

LENT

Attende, Domine 366

* Commit thou all that grieves thee 367

Forty days and forty nights 362

Hear our entreaties, Lord 366

Lord Jesus, think on me 364

Lord, who throughout these forty days 360

O Cross of Christ, immortal tree 361

Parce, Domine 365

Spare thy people, Lord 365

The glory of these forty days 363

PASSION/PALM SUNDAY

All glory, laud and honor 383

Ride on, ride on in majesty! 382

The royal banners forward go 381

Vexilla Regis 380

PENTECOST

Come down, O Love divine 440

Come, Holy Ghost 442

Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest 443

Hail thee, festival day! Pentecost 445

Holy Spirit, Lord of Light 444

Veni Creator Spiritus 441

* Veni Sancte Spiritus (“Golden Sequence”) 446

* Come Holy Spirit (Sequence - English) 447  

SACRED HEART

All you who seek a comfort sure 472

Love divine, all loves excelling 470

To Christ, the prince of peace 471

SAINTS, MARTYRS, ANGELS

For all the saints 590

From all thy saints in warfare 592

* Litany of the Saints (Latin) 593

* Litany of the Saints (English) 594

Ye holy angels bright 591

SEQUENCES

Easter (required)

Victimae paschali laudes 418

* Christians to the Paschal victim 418 a

Pentecost (required)

* Veni Sancte Spiritus (“Golden Sequence”) 446

* Come Holy Spirit (Sequence English) 447

Good Friday (optional)

Stabat Mater 400

At the Cross her station keeping 401

Corpus Christi (optional)

*Lauda Sion 465

*Laud, O Sion 466

*Very Bread, good Shepherd 467

Requiem Masses (optional)

Day of wrath! O day of mourning! 576

Dies irae, dies illa 577

SPRINKLING RITE (Outside Easter Season)

Asperges me, Domine 100

Sprinkle me, O Lord 101

SPRINKLING RITE (Easter Season)

I saw water 103

Vidi aquam 102

TRINITY SUNDAY

All hail, adored Trinity! 462

God Father, praise and glory 464

Holy God, we praise thy name! 461

Holy, Holy, Holy! 460

I bind unto myself today 463

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The Adoremus Hymnal
The Adoremus Hymnal Introduction
Index of Hymns - Liturgical Season
Index of Ordinaries (musical settings)
Sample Hymn
Text Sample

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