Eucharistica: Verse and Prose in Honour of the Hidden God

Editor: H. T. Henry
Publisher: Dolphin Press, Philadelphia, 1912
Denomination: Roman Catholic Church
Language: English
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d1A plaything of man's hate and pride
d2A threefold Bethlehem I sing
d3Approach ye just and take
d4As a thirsty hart pants
d5Blessed the man who hath not walked
d6Blest Author of the world
d7Body of God, All hail
d8From doubt, O Lord, redeem
d9Hail, thou living Victim blest
d10Hail, true blood of Jesus, given
d11Hail, true Body, erstwhile lying
d12Haste thee, O sweet soul, my sister
d13Healer of souls, thou learnest
d14Here at the royal Lamb's repast
d15Hither he hies from heaven above
d16How lovely are thy tabernacles
d17How shall we greet this day
d18I did believe, therefore I spoke
d19I love thee, God, yet not for hope
d20I love thee, Lord, because thou first
d21In twilight silences
d22Jesu, I would sing the story
d23Jesu, in thee are angels crowned
d24Jesu, the admirable king
d25Jesus, eternal Good
d26Judge me, O God, 'gainst the wicked
d27Julius, as gift to thee, I send
d28My dearest Savior, I would fain
d29No more forever may my truant heart
d30No more the organ vents
d31Noel [Nowell], noel, Angels bring Tidings
d32O dearest Love divine, my heart to Thee
d33O Food to pilgrims given
d34O God, who from thy mercy seat
d35O heart, the ark of the covenant
d36O praise the Lord, Jerusalem
d37O sole-begotten Son
d38Our praise to thee we briing
d39Praise, O Zion, praise thy Savior
d40Preserve me Lord I put my trust
d41Rejoice, to God our Help rejoice
d42Sanctify me soul of Christ
d43Sing, my tongue, the mystic story
d44The holy city lay behind
d45The light of light, the King of kings
d46The Lord, my Shepherd is, and I shall nothing want
d47The Lord said unto my Lord, Be at my right hand
d48The memory of Jesus sweet
d49The Savior is our very food
d50The Word, descending from above
d51The world hath heard the Master's call
d52To thee, O hidden God, the harmony
d53To yon far, cloud capped mountain
d54Unto this solemn feast
d55When sorrowing thou callest
d56Whene'er I called to thee
d57Whoso would seek to win
d58With joy this festal day
d59With what a cruel dart the haughty hosts
d60Wondrous love that cannot falter
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