Sunday, Mar 21, 2004: “From Age to Age: Session #3”

St. Mark’s Adult Education Meeting Summary

Session Three: From Age to Age

By Edward Foley

Sunday, March 21, 2004


The Rise of the Roman Church: 313 to 750


anonymous (c. 700, Irish)

     488,  Be thou my vision

anonymous (5th century, Latin)

     193,  That Easter day with joy was bright

anonymous (5th-8th century, Latin)

     619/777,  Sing alleluia forth in duteous praise

anonymous (6th century, Latin)

     3/4,  Now that the daylight fills the sky
     27/28,  O blest Creator, source of light
     29/30/744,  O Trinity of blessed light
     40/41,  O Christ, you are both light and day
     44/45,  To you before the close of day
     59,  Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding
     85/86,  O Savior of our fallen race

anonymous (7th – 8th century, Latin)

     63/64,  O heavenly Word, eternal light
     202,  The Lamb’s high banquet called to share
     263/264,  The Word whom earth and sea and sky
     518,  Christ is made the sure foundation
     519/520,  Blessed city, heavenly Salem

Ambrose of Milan (340-397)

     5,  O splendor of God’s glory bright
     14/15,  O God, creation’s secret force
     19/20,  Now, Holy Spirit, ever one
     21/22,  O God of truth, O Lord of might
     55,  Redeemer of the nations, come
     233/234,  The eternal gifts of Christ the King

The Venerable Bede (673-735)

     217/218,  A hymn of glory let us sing
     271/272,  The great forerunner of the morn

Ephraim of Edessa (4th century)

     443,  From God Christ’s deity came forth

Venantius Hnorius Fortunatus(540?-600?)

     161,  The flaming banners of our King
     162,  The royal banners forward go
     165/166,  Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle
     175,  Hail thee, festival day (Easter)
     179,  “Welcome, happy morning!” age to age shall say
     216,  Hail thee, festival day (Ascension)
     225,  Hail thee, festival day (Pentecost)

Gregory the Gret (540 – 604)

     146/147,  Now let us all with one accord
     152,  Kind Maker of the world

Hilary of Poitiers (4th century)

     223/224 Hail this joyful day’s return

John of Damascus (8th century)

     198,  Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise
     199/200,  Come, ye faithful, raise the strain
     210,  The day of resurrection

Caelius Sedulius (5th century)

     77,  From east to west, from shore to shore
     131/132,  When Christ’s appearing was made known