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Laudis Corona: the new Sunday school hymn book, containing a collection of Catholic hymns, arranged for the principal seasons and festivals of the year

Editor: Francis A. Harkins, D & J Sadlier
Publisher: D. & J. Sadlier, New York, 1880
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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1O purest of creatures, sweet mother, sweet maidPage Scan
2O Mother! I could weep for mirthPage Scan
4Like the dawning of the morningPage Scan
6Tota pulchra es MariaPage Scan
9Laudate Dominum, omnes gentesPage Scan
11Daily, daily sing to Mary[Daily, daily sing to Mary]Page Scan
12Inviolata integr't cast's MariaPage Scan
14Daily, daily sing to MaryPage Scan
15See amid the winter's snowPage Scan
16Angels we have heard on highPage Scan
17Adeste fideles, l'ti triumphantesPage Scan
19O sing a joyous carol Unto the Holy ChildPage Scan
20Earthly friends will change and falterPage Scan
22Christ was born on Christmas dayPage Scan
26We three kings of [from] Orient arePage Scan
28The first Noel, the angel did sayPage Scan
29The snow lay on the groundPage Scan
30aWaken, Christian childrenPage Scan
30bWhen Christ was born of Mary freePage Scan
32Christmas, Christmas, ChristmasPage Scan
33Let us sing the praise of himPage Scan
34Come, ye lofty, come, ye lowly, Let your songs of gladness ringPage Scan
35With glory lit, the midnight air [skies]Page Scan
42Silent night, sacred night, Bethlehem sleepsPage Scan
43Be glad, O earthPage Scan
44With wondering awe the wise men sawPage Scan
45Christians, who, of Jesus' sorrowsPage Scan
46O come and mourn with me awhilePage Scan
47O come and mourn with me awhilePage Scan
48O kindest Maker, turnPage Scan
49Soul of Jesus, make me holyPage Scan
51Rose of the cross, thou mystic flowerPage Scan
52Savior, when in dust to Thee, low we bowPage Scan
54Stabat mater dolorosa, juxta crucem lacrymosaPage Scan
55O filii et fili'Page Scan
56Christ, the Lord is ris'n todayPage Scan
58Christ is risen from the dead, Risen as he truly saidPage Scan
59aHark, the herald angels singPage Scan
59bThe strain upraise of joy and praise AlleluiaPage Scan
60Veni sancte spiritus et emittePage Scan
61Come Holy Ghost, creator blestPage Scan
62See the Paraclete descendingPage Scan
63Ave maris stellaPage Scan
64Sancta, sancta MariaPage Scan
66aSancta Maria, sancta dei genitrixPage Scan
66bSancta Maria, sancta dei genitrixPage Scan
67Sancta Maria, sancta dei genitrixPage Scan
68O flower of grace, divinest flowerPage Scan
70We come, dearest Mother, with fondest devotionPage Scan
71Through the world thy children raisePage Scan
73O fairest of all visionsPage Scan
74Mary, hear my fervent prayerPage Scan
76Oh, beautiful thou artPage Scan
77O mater admirabilisPage Scan
80How pure, how [and] frail, and whitePage Scan
81O heart of Mary, pure and fairPage Scan
82From thy bright throne abovePage Scan
84O must I leave our lady's altarPage Scan
88O mother loved, our sweet delightPage Scan
90Glory to God, angel hosts are singingPage Scan
93To thee, sweet Mother, heav'nly QueenPage Scan
94aEvviva, Maria, MariaPage Scan
94bO sanctissima, O purissimaPage Scan
95Ave sanctissima, We lift our souls to theePage Scan
96Ave Maria, bright and purePage Scan
98Hail, bright star of ocean, God's own motherPage Scan
99To love thee, O MaryPage Scan
100Hail, virgin, dearest MaryPage Scan
101Hail, heavenly queen, Hail foamy ocean's starPage Scan
102On this day, O beautiful MotherPage Scan
104Mother of Mercy, day by day, my love of thee grows morePage Scan
105Glorious mother, from high heavenPage Scan
106Snow and rain have vanishedPage Scan
108Bring flowers of the rarestPage Scan
111Alma, alma, alma redemptoris materPage Scan
112Star of Jacob, ever beamingPage Scan
113Salve regina coelitum o mariaPage Scan
115Hail, queen of heaven, the ocean starPage Scan
116In ages gone by, as all records declarePage Scan
118Mother dear, O pray for mePage Scan
120Queen of the skies so brightly fairPage Scan
122As the gentle spring unclosesPage Scan
125'Tis the month of our Mother, the sweet month of MayPage Scan
126Ave regina, coelorumPage Scan
128Bright Mother of our Maker, hailPage Scan
129Regina coeli, l'tare, AlleluiaPage Scan
131aBright queen of heaven, Virgin most fairPage Scan
131bBright queen of heaven, Virgin most fairPage Scan
132Hail Mary, queen and virgin purePage Scan
134aHoly Mary, Mother mildPage Scan
134bO maiden mother, tender and mildPage Scan
136Children of Mary high your voices raisePage Scan
138Let every heart exulting beatPage Scan
139I rise from dreams of timePage Scan
141Soul of my Savior, sanctify my breastPage Scan
142Jesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]Page Scan
143Jesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]Page Scan
144Close veiled in that sweet sacramentPage Scan
147O the priceless love of JesusPage Scan
148I come to thee, my lovePage Scan

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