Ven a nuestras almas

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1 Ven a nuestras almas,
Paracleto Santo;
Tráenos desde el cielo
De tu luz un rayo.

2 ¡Fuente de consuelo,
Dulce y soberano
Huésped de las almas,
Celestial regalo!

3 La divina llama
Prende en el cristiano,
Y su pecho llena
Del amor sagrado.

4 Con tus aguas puras
Limpia lo manchado;
Riega lo que es seco;
Haz lo enfermo sano.

5 A tus fieles todos
Sólo en Ti confiados,
Dales paz que abunde
Y el reposo ansiado.

6 Dales de tu gracia
El favor preclaro,
La salud eterna,
Gozo continuado.



Source: Culto Cristiano #93

Author: Robert II, King of France

Robert the Second, King of France, surnamed "Le Page" and "Le Devot," born circa 970, was the son of Hugh Capet, the first of the line of kings that succeeded the Carlovingian monarchs on the French throne. After having been associated with his father in the government of the kingdom, in 988 he became king in his own right. The story of his life, rather than of his reign, is a sad one; troubles both in his family and without so multiplying upon him that it needed all the consolation that he sought and found in religion to enable him to bear up against them. Having in 995 or 996 espoused Bertha, the widow of Eades, Count of Chartres, and daughter of Conrad the Pacific, his cousin in the fourth degree (a marriage at that time strictly forbidd… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ven a nuestras almas
Latin Title: Veni, Sancte Spiritus
Author: Robert II, King of France
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

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