Sunday, Apr 04, 2004: “From Age to Age: Session #5”

St. Mark’s Adult Education Meeting Summary

Session Five: From Age to Age

By Edward Foley

Sunday, April 4, 2004


The Prelude to Reform: 1073 to 1517


anonymous (12th century, Latin)

     226/227,  Come, thou Holy Spirit bright
     228,  Holy Spirit, font of light
     235,  Come sing, ye choirs exultant
     238/239,  Blessed feasts of blessed martyrs
     244,  Come, pure hearts, in joyful measure
     642,  Jesus, the very thought of thee

anonymous (13th century, Latin)

     159,  At the cross her vigil keeping

anonymous (14th century, Latin)

     103,  A child is born in Bethlehem
     207,  Jesus Christ is risen today

anonymous (15th century, Latin)

     98,  Unto us a boy is born!
     136/137,  O wondrous type! o vision fair
     248/249,  To the Name of our salvation
     621/622,  Light’s abode, celestial Salem
     642,  Jesus, the very thought of thee (stanza 3)

Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1135)

     649/650,  O Jesus, joy of loving hearts

Bernard of Cluny (12th century)

     624,  Jerusalem the golden

Bianca of Siena (d. 1434?)

     516,  Come down, O Love divine

Miles Coverdale (1487 – 1568)

     634,  I call on thee, Lord Jesus Christ

Richard of Chichester (1197 – 1253)

     654,  Day by day, dear Lord

Sarum Primer (1514)

     694,  God be in my head

Thomas Aquinas (1225? – 1274)

     310/311,  O saving Victim
     314,  Humbly I adore thee
     320,  Zion, praise thy Savior, singing
     329/330/331,  New, my tongue, the mystery telling

Jean Tisserand (15th century)

     203/206,  O sons and daughters, let us sing