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Listen to this hymn chanted. Jesus, the Father’s only Son, Whose death for all redemption won; Before the worlds, of God most high Begotten all ineffably. The Father’s light and splendor Thou, Their endless hope to Thee that bow; Accept … Continue reading
“O Emmanuel, our King and Lawgiver, the Desire of all nations and their Salvation : Come and save us, O Lord our God.” December 23: O Emmanuel The Magnificat *Chanted by Pr. Sean Daenzer to the Gregorian tones in The Brotherhood Prayer Book, beginning … Continue reading
“O King of the Nations, and their Desire, the Cornerstone who makest both one : Come and save mankind, whom thou formedst of clay.” December 22: O King of the Nations The Magnificat *Chanted by Pr. Sean Daenzer to the Gregorian … Continue reading
“O Dayspring, Brightness of Light Everlasting, and Sun of Righteousness : Come and enlighten them that sit in darkness and the shadow of death.” December 21: O Dayspring The Magnificat *Chanted by Pr. Sean Daenzer to the Gregorian tones in The Brotherhood Prayer … Continue reading
“O Key of David, and Sceptre of the house of Israel, that openest and no man shutteth, that shuttest and no man openeth : Come and bring the prisoners out of the prison-house, them that sit in darkness and the … Continue reading
“O Root of Jesse, which standest for an ensign of the people, at whom kings shall shut their mouths, to whom the Gentiles shall seek : Come and deliver us, and tarry not.” December 19: O Root of Jesse The Magnificat … Continue reading
“O Adonai, and Leader of the house of Israel, who appearedst in the bush to Moses in a flame of fire, and gavest him the Law in Sinai : Come and redeem us with an outstretched arm.” December 18: O Adonai … Continue reading
The O Antiphons are historic antiphons designated for the Magnificat, which is the traditional canticle for Vespers. There are seven O Antiphons, sung on the seven Vespers leading up to December 24th: December 17: O Wisdom December 18: O Adonai … Continue reading
This past Saturday, December 14, we hosted a Brotherhood Prayer Book Vespers at Redeemer Lutheran Church here in Fort Wayne. There was an instruction period beforehand to go over the structure of the Brotherhood Prayer Book, teach the basics of Gregorian … Continue reading