Lyra Catholica: containing all the hymns of the Roman breviary and missal, with others from various sources. Arranged for every day in the week, and the festivals and saints' days...

Publisher: E. Dunigan & Bro., New York, 1851
Denomination: Roman Catholic Church
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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338My God, I love Thee, not because I hope for heavenPage Scan
343Thee, O Great God, we praise!Page Scan
346Ye faithful, approach yePage Scan
347Hail, Jesus, hail, who for my sakePage Scan
349Rock of ages, rent for me, Let me hide myselfPage Scan
350Have mercy on us, God most highPage Scan
352Remember, man, that thou art dustPage Scan
355All hail, dear Conqueror, all hailPage Scan
357Why is thy face so lit with smilesPage Scan
361Rise, glorious Conqueror [leader], risePage Scan
363Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all, How can I love theePage Scan
366Behold the Lamb, O thou for sinners slainPage Scan
369Blessed Lamb, on Calvary's mountainPage Scan
370Dear little one! how sweet thou art, Thine eyes how bright they shinePage Scan
373While Thou, O my God, art my help and defenderPage Scan
374Creator Spirit, by whose aid [light]Page Scan
376Hearest thou, my soul, what serious thingsPage Scan
380Lo he comes with clouds descendingPage Scan
383O purest of creatures, sweet mother, sweet maidPage Scan
386Sing, sing, ye angel [angelic] bandsPage Scan
388Rose of the cross, thou mystic flowerPage Scan
389Daughter of David, ever fairPage Scan
391Holy of Holies, rend the veilPage Scan
392Gate of immortal blissPage Scan
394Star of the morning, like an eyePage Scan
395Light, light, infinite lightPage Scan
397Head of the hosts in gloryPage Scan
400Hail, holy virgin, Mary, hailPage Scan
402O turn to Jesus, mother, turnPage Scan
404At evening's silent hourPage Scan
405Lady, star of brightest rayPage Scan
407Joy of my heart, O, let me payPage Scan
411aMother! to thee myself I yieldPage Scan
411bHail, holy Joseph, hailPage Scan
413Dear Husband of Mary! dear Nurse of her Child!Page Scan
415Depart awhile, each thought of carePage Scan
416Grateful notes to heaven ascendingPage Scan
418Hibernia's champion saint, all hailPage Scan
420Mild and serene, ye angels, appearPage Scan
421Let the deep organ swell the layPage Scan
422First floweret [flower] of the desert wildPage Scan
424O ye angelic bands, attendPage Scan
425The youth who wealth and court [courts] despisedPage Scan
428Blest spirits of lightPage Scan
429Dear angel, forever at my sidePage Scan
432Have mercy thou, most gracious GodPage Scan
433My God, my life, my love, to thee, to thee I callPage Scan
435My spirit longeth [longs] for Thee, Within my troubled breastPage Scan
436Cheer up, desponding soulPage Scan
437O what could my Jesus do morePage Scan
438What happiness can equal minePage Scan
439Preserve my Jesus, O preservePage Scan
442My God [O God], accept my [our] heart [hearts] this dayPage Scan
443I worship thee, sweet [O] will of GodPage Scan
446My soul, what hast thou done for GodPage Scan
449Lift up your hearts, Yes, I will liftPage Scan
451Ah, dearest Lord, I cannot prayPage Scan
454Why dost thou beat so quick, my heartPage Scan
457O for the happy days gone byPage Scan
461Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
463Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
464Soldiers of Christ, arise, and put [gird] your armorPage Scan
466Bright angels who attendPage Scan
467Soil not thy plumage, gentle dovePage Scan
469Whilst I dwell, O my God, in this valleyPage Scan
475Thou art of all created thingsPage Scan
476Thou art, O God, the life and lightPage Scan
478O come and mourn with me awhilePage Scan
480Thousands of years had come and gonePage Scan
482O queen of sorrows, raise thine eyesPage Scan
486No track is on the sunny skyPage Scan
490O mighty mother, why that lightPage Scan
494Bright were the mornings first impearledPage Scan
495Come, wandering sheep, O come, I'll bind thee to my breastPage Scan
496Darker and darder fall around, The shadows of the nightPage Scan
499Star of the wide and pathless seaPage Scan
502As the sun, o'er misty shroudsPage Scan
503Oh! that it were as it was wont to bePage Scan
505When thou dost talk with God, by prayer I meanPage Scan
506The silver cord in twain is snappedPage Scan
507You spirits, who have thrown awayPage Scan
510Faith of our fathers, living still [faith]Page Scan
511O Mary! Mother Mary! our tears are flowing fastPage Scan
516One body, one spirit, one LordPage Scan
518As Jesus sought his wandering sheepPage Scan
519Lo on the slope of yonder shorePage Scan
522Mine be Sion's habitationPage Scan
524We watched, as she lingered all the dayPage Scan
526Deep on the convent roof the snowsTextPage Scan
528Te Deum laudamus, this glorious mornPage Scan
529She once was a lady of honor and wealthPage Scan
533She kneels at the couchPage Scan
534That mother viewed the scenePage Scan
535To the hall of that feast came the sinful and fairPage Scan
537A milk-white hind, immortal and unchangedPage Scan
539Children of Mary high your voices raisePage Scan
541O see how Jesus trusts himselfPage Scan
546O it is hard to work for GodPage Scan
550O how the thought [love] of God attractsPage Scan
553O Faith, thou workest miraclesPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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