A Gregorian chant of the Regina Caeli, and daily hymn during the Easter season to Mary and her risen Son. Lovely music. Translation below.
Queen of Heaven, rejoice, alleluia.
For He whom you did merit to bear, alleluia.
Has risen, as he said, alleluia.
Pray for us to God, alleluia.
A brief Gregorian Chant that is sung as an Easter hymn. Lovely!
They have praised You hand together, O Lord, the Victor, Alleluia: for wisdom has opened the mute mouth, and You have made eloquent the tongues of infants, Alleluia, Alleluia.
Sing unto the Lord a new song for He has done marvelous[..]
Veni, Veni Emmanuel is a synthesis of the great "O Antiphons" that are used for Vespers during the octave before Christmas (Dec. 17-23). These antiphons are of ancient origin and date back to at least the ninth century.
(Chorus) Rejoice, rejoice! Christ is born
Of the Virgin Mary - rejoice!
1. The time of grace has come - what we have wished for,
songs of joy let us give back faithfully.
2. God has become man, with nature marveling,
The world has been renewed by Christ who is reigning.
Card. Schönborn discusses the implications of“Amoris Laetitia”, and explains its consistency with Church teaching, and how it is a development of doctrine. Presented by Rome Reports. Visit www.RomeReports.com