Saturday, April 10, 2004

As I probably won't be able to blog tommorow...
a blessed Easter to all !
Litany of the Resurrection
by Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O,

Lord , have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.

God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, "
God the Holy Ghost,
Holy Trinity, one God,

Jesus, Redeemer of mankind, Have mercy on us.
Jesus, Conqueror of sin and Satan, "
Jesus, triumphant over Death,
Jesus, the Holy and the Just,
Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life,
Jesus, the Giver of grace,
Jesus, the Judge of the world,
Who didst lay down Thy life for Thy sheep,
Who didst rise again the third day,
Who didst manifest Thyself to Thy chosen,
Visiting Thy blessed Mother,
Appearing to Magdalen while she wept,
Sending Thy angels to the holy women,
Comforting the Eleven,
Saying to them, Peace,
Breathing on them the Holy Ghost,
Confirming the faith of Thomas,
Committing Thy flock to Peter,
Speaking of the Kingdom of God,

We sinners, Beseech Thee, hear us,
That we may walk in newness of life, We beseech Thee, hear us.
That we may advance in the knowledge of Thee, "
That we may grow in grace,
That we may ever have the bread of life,
That we may persevere unto the end,
That we may have confidence before Thee at Thy coming,
That we may behold Thy face with joy,
That we may be placed at Thy right hand in the judgment,
That we may have our lot with the saints,

Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Have mercy on us.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.

Christ is risen, Alleluia.
He is risen indeed, and hath appeared unto Simon, Alleluia.

Let us Pray

O God, who by Thy only begotten Son hast overcome death, and opened on us the way to eternal life, vouchsafe, we beseech Thee, so to confirm us by Thy grace, that we may in all things walk after the manner of those who have been redeemed from their sins, through the same Jesus Christ our Lord.-Amen. "

From Parochial and Plain Sermons
by Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O.
"Christ is risen; He is risen from the dead. We may well cry out, 'Alleluia, the Lord Omnipotent reigneth.' He has crushed all the power of the enemy under His feet. He has gone upon the lion and the adder. He has stopped the lion's mouth for us His people, and has bruised the serpent's head. There is nothing impossible to us now, if we do but enter into the fulness of our privileges, the wondrous power of our gifts. The thing cannot be named in heaven or earth within the limits of truth and obedience which we cannot do through Christ; the petition cannot be named which may not be accorded to us for His Name's sake. For, we who have risen with Him from the grave, stand in His might, and are allowed to use His weapons. His infinite influence with the Father is ours,-not always to use, for perhaps in this or that effort we make, or petition we prefer, it would not be good for us; but so far ours, so fully ours, that when we ask and do things according to His will, we are really possessed of a power with God, and do prevail:-so that little as we may know when and when not, we are continually possessed of heavenly weapons, we are continually touching the springs of the most wonderful providences in heaven and earth; and by the Name, and the Sign, and the Blood of the Son of God, we are able to make devils tremble and Saints rejoice. "
For Holy Saturday...
another chapter from The Creed in Slow Motion by Msgr. Ronald Knox.
Dead and Buried
Here is a selection....
"We think of the Resurrection as an extraordinary thing; but that is really the wrong way to look at it. The Resurrection was, you may say, an inevitable event, an event which anybody ought to have foreseen. The pains of death, as St. Peter says, could not hold our Lord; of course they couldn't. No, the extraordinary thing was that the pains of death should ever, even for a moment, have the power to assail Him. And yet they did. I've tried to explain to you, in one of my earlier sermons, why it was fitting that this should happen, so far as our limited intelligences can attempt to account for such a mystery. But, however much you or I may understand it or fail to understand it, there is the fact; God died. And it is a mystery which will, perhaps, make it easier for us to understand other mysteries; other mysteries which will cross the path of each of us, as life goes on. I mean, when someone for whom we care deeply is taken from us by death, and we find ourselves murmuring at the back of our minds the old complaint: 'Why was this allowed to happen?' All we know is that God hung on the Cross, with his Blessed Mother beside Him praying a Mother's prayers; and He was allowed to die. "

Friday, April 09, 2004

From The Creed in Slow Motion
by. Msgr. Ronald Knox :
Was Crucified
Here's a small excerpt:
"What would those two men have said, if you'd told them that the cross they had just knocked together out of two planks would be dug up, three hundred years later, and that in honour of that event the punishment of crucifixion would be abolished in the Roman Empire for ever? What would they have said, if you had told them that that cross would be taken away by the Parthians, and demanded back from the Parthians by one of the articles of a peace treaty? That it would be carried into Jerusalem, in solemn procession, on the shoulders of the Emperor himself? That it would be broken up, as time went on, into little pieces, and those pieces would be treasured all over the world, in gold and silver reliquaries, exposed year by year for public adoration? That, all over the world, people would be worshipping in churches marked, inside and outside, with that cross; sacred ministers standing in front of that cross, attired in vestments marked, everywhere, with that cross, making the sign of that cross over a piece of bread marked with that cross? That school-boys and schoolgirls would see the figure of that cross in the rooms where they worked, or had their meals, or went to bed; that they would trace the lines of that cross, from forehead to breast, twenty or thirty times a day? All that was what those two men were doing when they knocked two pieces of wood together, that spring morning long ago. The instrument of punishment, used for slaves, so much held in contempt that men would say to one another, 'Oh, go and crucify yourself!' when they were bored or angry, was to shine on the crowns of kings and emperors, was to be the symbol of a religion destined to pervade the world. "

To Christ in His Passion

"Let us all with one voice cry, Lord, have mercy.
Thou who wert led as a sheep to be crucified, Lord, have mercy.
Thou who from the Cross didst look down upon Thy Mother and Thy disciple, look with pity from heaven upon us,
Lord, have mercy.
Thou who by shedding Thy blood hast redeemed the world,
Lord, have mercy.
Thou who didst commend Thy spirit to the Father,
Lord, have mercy.
Make us by Thy Cross to obtain forgiveness,
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, the only-begotten Son of the unbegotten Father, who this day west slain for us, the innocent for the ungodly, remember the price of Thy Blood and blot out the sins of all Thy people; and as Thou west pleased to endure for us reproaches, spitting, bonds, blows, the scourge, the Cross, the nails, the bitter cup, death, the spear, and lastly burial, vouchsafe to us wretched ones, for whom Thou didst suffer this, the infinite blessedness of the heavenly kingdom, that we who bow down in reverence for Thy Passion may be raised up to things heavenly in the joys of Thy resurrection. Amen. "
- The Mozarabic Liturgy

For Good Friday
From the pen (and heart) of Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O.

Litany of the Passion
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.

God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, "
God the Holy Ghost,
Holy Trinity, one God,

Jesus, the Eternal Wisdom, Have mercy on us.
The Word made flesh, "
Hated by the world,
Sold for thirty pieces of silver,
Sweating blood in Thy agony,
Betrayed by Judas,
Forsaken by Thy disciples,
Struck upon the cheek,
Accused by false witnesses,
Spit upon in the face,
Denied by Peter,
Mocked by Herod,
Scourged by Pilate,
Rejected for Barabbas,
Loaded with the cross,
Crowned with thorns,
Stripped of Thy garments,
Nailed to the tree,
Reviled by the Jews,
Scoffed at by the malefactor,
Wounded in the side,
Shedding Thy last drop of blood,
Forsaken by Thy Father,
Dying for our sins,
Taken down from the cross,
Laid in the sepulchre,
Rising gloriously,
Ascending into Heaven,
Sending down the Paraclete,
Jesus our Sacrifice,
Jesus our Mediator,
Jesus our Judge,

Be merciful.
Spare us, O Lord.
Be merciful.
Graciously hear us, O Lord.

From all sin, Lord Jesus, deliver us.
From all evil, "
From anger and hatred,
From malice and revenge,
From unbelief and hardness of heart,
From blasphemy and sacrilege,
From hypocrisy and covetousness,
From blindness of the understanding,
From contempt of Thy warnings,
From relapse after Thy judgments,
From danger of soul and body,
From everlasting death,

We sinners, Beseech Thee, hear us.

That Thou wouldest spare us, We beseech Thee, hear us.
That Thou wouldest pardon us, "
That Thou wouldest defend Thy Church,
That Thou wouldest bless Thy own,
That Thou wouldest convert Thy foes,
That Thou wouldest spread the truth,
That Thou wouldest destroy error,
That Thou wouldest break to pieces false gods,
That Thou wouldest increase Thy elect,
That Thou wouldest let loose the holy souls in prison,
That Thou wouldest unite us to Thy Saints above,

Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Have mercy on us.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.

We adore Thee, O Christ, and we bless Thee,
Because through Thy Holy Cross Thou didst redeem the world.

Let us Pray

O God, who for the redemption of the world wast pleased to be born; to be circumcised; to be rejected; to be betrayed; to be bound with thongs; to be led to the slaughter; to be shamefully gazed at; to be falsely accused; to be scourged and torn; to be spit upon, and crowned with thorns; to be mocked and reviled; to be buffeted and struck with rods; to be stripped; to be nailed to the cross; to be hoisted up thereon; to be reckoned among thieves; to have gall and vinegar to drink; to be pierced with a lance: through Thy most holy passion, which we, Thy sinful servants, call to mind, and by Thy holy cross and gracious death, deliver us from the pains of hell, and lead us whither Thou didst lead the thief who was crucified with Thee, who with the Father and the Holy Ghost livest and reignest, God, world without end.-Amen.

Litany of the Seven Dolours of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.

God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, "
God the Holy Ghost,
Holy Trinity, one God,

Mother of sorrows, Pray for us.
Mother, whose soul was pierced by the sword, "
Mother, who didst flee with Jesus into Egypt,
Mother, who didst seek Him sorrowing for three days,
Mother, who didst see Him scourged, and crowned with thorns,
Mother, who didst stand by Him whilst He hung upon the cross,
Mother, who didst receive Him into thine arms when He was dead,
Mother, who didst see Him buried in the tomb,

O Mary, Queen of Martyrs, Pray for us.
O Mary, comfort of the sorrowful, "
O Mary, help of the weak,
O Mary, strength of the fearful,
O Mary, light of the desponding,
O Mary, nursing-mother of the sick,
O Mary, refuge of sinners,

Through the bitter passion of thy Son, Save us by thy prayers.
Through the piercing anguish of thy heart, "
Through thy heavy weight of woe,
Through thy sadness and desolation,
Through thy maternal pity,
Through thy perfect resignation,
Through thy meritorious prayers,

From immoderate sadness, Save us by thy prayers.
From a cowardly spirit,
From an impatient temper,
From fretfulness and discontent,
From sullenness and gloom,
From despair and unbelief,
From final impenitence,

We sinners, Beseech Thee, hear us.

Preserve us from sudden death, We beseech thee, hear us.
Teach us how to die, "
Succour us in our last agony,
Guard us from the enemy,
Bring us to a happy end,
Gain for us the gift of perseverance,
Aid us before the judgment seat,

Mother of God, We beseech Thee, hear us.
Mother, most sorrowful, "
Mother, most desolate,

Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world,
Have mercy on us.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.

Succour us, O Blessed Virgin Mary,
In every time, and in every place.

Let us Pray

O Lord Jesus Christ, God and man, grant, we beseech Thee, that Thy dear Mother Mary, whose soul the sword pierced in the hour of Thy passion, may intercede for us, now, and in the hour of our death, through Thine own merits, O Saviour of the world, who with the Father and the Holy Ghost livest and reignest, God, world without end.-Amen. "

Music at the Liturgy of the Lord's Passion
Veneration of the Cross-"The Reproaches" - Chant
"Ah, Holy Jesus" - Johann Crëger (1585-1647) Verses 1-2
Communion: "Ah, Holy Jesus"- Johann Crëger (1585-1647) Verses 3-5
"Adoramus Te, Christe"- Theodore Dubois ( 1837-1924)
The Seven Churches
In Rome:
1. St. Peter
2. St. Paul-Outside-the-Walls
3. St. John Lateran
4. St. Mary Major
5. Holy Cross in Jerusalem
6. St. Lawrence-Outside-the Walls
7. St. Sebastian-Outside-the-Walls

That we visited last night:
1. St. Regis
2. St. Rosalia
3. Sacred Heart of Jesus
4. Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
5. St. Joseph
6. St. Paul Cathedral
7. Chapel of St. Philip Neri

That last is the Oratory's house chapel. We prayed Compline together there.
Music at the Mass of Holy Thursday
Processional Hymn: "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence"
Mandatum: "Ubi Caritas" - Chant
Offertory: "Ave Verum Corpus"- William Byrd (1543-1623)
Communion: "O Sacris Solemnis"- Chant
"Adoramus Te, Christe"- Theodore Dubois ( 1837-1924)
Procession of the Blessed Sacrament: "Pange Lingua Gloriosi" - Chant

Thursday, April 08, 2004

From the sermon "Omnipotence in Bonds"
by Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O.
"He tore open the solid rock; He rose from the tomb; He ascended on high; He is far off from the earth; He is safe from profanation; and the soul and body, which He assumed, partake of course, as far as created nature allows, of the Sovereign Freedom and the Independence of Omnipotence. It is not so: He is indeed beyond the reach of suffering; but you anticipate, my Brethren, what I have yet to say. Is He then so enamoured of the prison, that He should purpose to revisit earth again, in order that, as far as possible, He may undergo it still? Does He set such a value on subjection to His creatures, that, before He goes away, on the very eve of His betrayal, He must actually make provision, after death, for perpetuating His captivity to the end of the world? My Brethren, the great truth is daily before our eyes: He has ordained the standing miracle of His Body and Blood under visible symbols, that He may secure thereby the standing mystery of Omnipotence in bonds.

He took bread, and blessed, and made it His Body; He took wine, and gave thanks, and made it His Blood; and He gave His priests the power to do what He had done. Henceforth, He is in the hands of sinners once more. Frail, ignorant, sinful man, by the sacerdotal power given to him, compels the presence of the Highest; he lays Him up in a small tabernacle; he dispenses Him to a sinful people. Those who are only just now cleansed from mortal sin, open their lips for Him; those who are soon to return to mortal sin, receive Him into their breasts; those who are polluted with vanity and selfishness and ambition and pride, presume to make Him their guest; the frivolous, the tepid, the worldly-minded, fear not to welcome Him. Alas! alas! even those who wish to be more in earnest, entertain Him with cold and wandering thoughts, and quench that Love which would inflame them with Its own fire, did they but open to It. Such are the best of us; and then for the worst? O my Brethren, what shall we say of sacrilege? of His reception into hearts polluted with mortal, unforsaken sin? of those further nameless profanations, which from time to time occur, when unbelief dares to present itself at the Holy Altar, and blasphemously gains possession of Him?

My Brethren, it is plain that, when we confess God as Omnipotent only, we have gained but a half-knowledge of Him: His is an Omnipotence which can at the same time swathe Itself in infirmity and can become the captive of Its own creatures. He has, if I may so speak, the incomprehensible power of even making Himself weak. We must know Him by His names, Emmanuel and Jesus, to know Him perfectly. "

It is Holy Thursday...
and so I will be making the Seven Churches Visit tonight after Mass. A post of mine from last year gives details.
Last Holy Thursday, I also posted a selection from the life of St. Philip appropriate for the day.

Wednesday, April 07, 2004

A quote...
from Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O., dealing with part of today's Gospel reading:
"Judas, having once shown what he was, lost no time in carrying out his malice. He went to the Chief Priests, and bargained with them to betray his Lord for a price. Our Lord saw all that took place within him; He saw Satan knocking at his heart, and admitted there and made an honoured and beloved guest and an intimate. He saw him go to the Priests and heard the conversation between them. He had seen it by His foreknowledge all the time he had been about Him, and when He chose him. What we know feebly as to be, affects us far more vividly and very differently when it actually takes place. Our Lord had at length felt, and suffered Himself to feel, the cruelty of the ingratitude of which He was the sport and victim. He had treated Judas as one of His most familiar friends. He had shown marks of the closest intimacy; He had made him the purse-keeper of Himself and His followers. He had given him the power of working miracles. He had admitted him to a knowledge of the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven. He had sent him out to preach and made him one of His own special representatives, so that the Master was judged of by the conduct of His servant. A heathen, when smitten by a friend, said, "Et tu Brutë!" What desolation is in the sense of ingratitude! God who is met with ingratitude daily cannot from His Nature feel it. He took a human heart, that He might feel it in its fulness. And now, O my God, though in heaven, dost Thou not feel my ingratitude towards Thee? " - Meditations and Devotions
The Feast of St. John Baptist de la Salle, Priest and Founder
is today. There is information on him here.. To any Christian Brothers out there, happy feast day !
It is also the feast of St. Henry Walpole,S.J., Priest and Martyr and Blessed Edward Oldcorne, S.J., Priest and Martyr.

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

One of the Mamas
just finished reading a book that I liked too.

Wow !
Now this is one tough mom !

Link courtesy of Zorak.

Jeff Miller
has a post that includes the V.I.P. (Very Important Passage)

Over at Cor ad cor loquitur
Mr. Armstrong has a compendium of takedowns of that irritating book by Mr. Turner.
On this date in 1999
I became a member of the Secular Oratory. In honor of this, I post the following prayer.
"O dear and holy Patron, Philip, I put myself into thy hands, and for the love of Jesus, for that love’s sake which chose thee and made thee a saint, I implore thee to pray for me, that, as He has brought thee to heaven, so in due time He may take me to heaven also.

Thou art my glorious protector, and, after Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, canst do most for me in life and death. In thy labours thou didst follow thy Lord and Saviour, and in thy hidden life and hidden virtues, in thy purity, humility, and fervour, art nearest to Mary and Joseph of all saints. I have long dedicated myself to thee, but I have done nothing worthy of thee, and I am ashamed to call myself thine, because thou hast a right to have followers of great innocence, great honesty of purpose, and great resolution, and these virtues I have not.

Thou, Philip, hast no anxiety about thyself, for thou art already in heaven, therefore thou canst afford to have a care for me. Watch over me, keep me from lagging behind, gain for me the grace necessary to keep me up to my duty, so that I may make progress in all virtues, in the three theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity; in the four cardinal virtues of prudence, fortitude, justice, temperance; moreover in humility, in chastity, in liberality, in meekness, and in truthfulness.

Director of souls, Patron of thine own, who didst turn so many hearts to God, pray for me."- Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O., Meditations and Devotions
The Feast of St. William of Eskilsoe, Abbot
is today. There is information on him here. It would be most appropriate to ask for his intercession for the Scandanavian countries, epecially Denmark.

Monday, April 05, 2004

A quote...
dealing with today's Gospel, from Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O.
"An evil temper of murmuring and criticism is spread among the disciples. One was the source of it, but it seems to have been spread. The thought of His death was before Him, and He was thinking of it and His burial after it. A woman came and anointed His sacred head. The action spread a soothing tender feeling over His pure soul. It was a mute token of sympathy, and the whole house was filled with it. It was rudely broken by the harsh voice of the traitor now for the first time giving utterance to his secret heartlessness and malice. Ut quid perditio hæc? "To what purpose is this waste?"-the unjust steward with his impious economy making up for his own private thefts by grudging honour to his Master. Thus in the midst of the sweet calm harmony of that feast at Bethany, there comes a jar and discord; all is wrong: sour discontent and distrust are spreading, for the devil is abroad. " Meditations and Devotions
Interesting, if somewhat sad, post
by Fr. Tucker at Dappled Things. The final two sentences are especially pointed. "Offer them Jesus, and they're not interested. Offer to smudge some dirt on their foreheads, and they'll line up clear to the Potomac."

The feast of St. Vincent Ferrer, O.P., Priest
There is information on him here. A blessed feast day to all the Dominicans out there, including a certain blogger.

It is also the anniversary of the ordination of Fr. Joseph Sioli of the Pittsburgh Oratory to the priesthood. Happy anniversary, Fr. Joseph ! Ad multos annos !

Sunday, April 04, 2004

A thank-you to the Old Oligarch
for linking to this fine fisk of one very irritating book.
A thank-you is also due to Mr. O' Rama for this lovely quote from the Venerable.

On Palm Sunday, 1857...
Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O., preached a sermon, of which the following notes survive:
Falling Away

"1. INTROD.—Too awful a subject commonly, as leading [men] to despond; yet useful sometimes, and natural at this season.

2. Now first let us lay down about nature and grace—[that] nature can do many things, but cannot bring to heaven. Grace is like a new nature, and joins us to the heavenly family; and they are saved who die with this grace; those lost who are without it.

3. This answers the question: Will good departed from avail? As some Protestants say, 'Look how a man lives, not how he dies'—(explain).

4. Proof, Ezech. xviii. [24]. And rightly, for the sovereign Lord of heaven can prescribe His terms.

5. Now this chapter leads to a further thought, viz. that much as is said to encourage repentance, as much perhaps is said to warn against falling, as if the prospect, or chance, or issue on the whole were equal.

6. E.g. our Lord, 'I came not to call.' But on the other hand, recollect the number of passages such as 'Two shall be in the field'; 'Ten virgins'; 'He that persevereth,' etc.; 'Many that are first,' etc.

7. So St. Paul, preacher of repentance: but Heb. vi. [4-6] .

8. So holy Simeon, 'This child [for the fall, and for the resurrection of many in Israel,' Luke ii. 34].

9. This text of holy Simeon especially fulfilled at Passion, when two special examples.

10. Multitude on Palm Sunday, vide their being in grace [implied] in the prayers [second and last] in the Blessing of Palms. Cp. our Lord's weeping-disappointment of the foolish virgins.

11. Judas. Our Lord chose him when he was in grace-trace about him-'the ten indignant,' Mark x. 32, etc.

12. Some fall away at one age, some at another. Go through this.

13. On natural habits produced by supernatural acts deceiving the old.

14. Our Lady. Prayer—pray lest we fall, if we fall, and for others. "

Happy reception anniversary
to Jeff Miller !
Oh, and BTW
It's World Rat Day.

Interesting article
Secularism as a State Religion
It is by Philip Trower. I'd also recommend his book, Turmoil and
Truth: the Historical Roots of the Modern Crisis in the Catholic Church
. It is definitely thought-provoking.

From the homily
Fr. Michael was the celebrant at Mass this morning. In his homily, he mentioned that the Passion of Our Lord has an unusal prominence in the world at large, due to the spectacular success of a certain film. The statement I remember best was his remark that those who criticized the film for focusing too much on Christ's sufferings and not enough on His teaching have a 'backwards' understanding of Our Lord. "Christ's life cannot be understood except through the Cross. "
Music at the 11:30 am Mass
Processional Hymn: "All Glory, Laud and Honor"
Offertory: "Ah, Holy Jesus" - Johann Crüger (1598-1662)
Communion: "Ave Verum Corpus" - William Byrd (1543-1623 )
Recessional Hymn : "O Sacred Head Surrounded"