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8 thoughts on “ O Salutaris Hostia ”

  1. O Salutaris Hostia was written by St. Thomas Aquinas. It is actually the last two verses of his longer work, Verbum Supernum Prodiens. As we pray to God in Adoration, we recognize the divinity of Christ and beg His help, so that we may live our lives well and therefore be with Him eternally in Heaven.
  2. Exposition of Blessed Sacrament @ Church of St. Mark (Wednesday June 4th) O SALUTARIS HOSTIA O salutaris Hostia, Quae caeli pandis ostium: Bella premunt hostilia, Da robur, fer auxilium. Uni trinoque Domino Sit sempiterna gloria, Qui vitam sine termino Nobis donet in patria. Amen. O saving Victim, opening wide, The gate of heaven to man below.
  3. O salutaris hostia (O saving victim) is a composition for choir a cappella by Vytautas Miškinis, a setting of the Latin prayer O salutaris hostia. Written in , it was published by Carus in It has been performed in concerts internationally, and was recorded.
  4. Feb 02,  · To celebrate the release of 'Northern Lights', our recording of the music of Ēriks Ešenvalds on Hyperion, here is a video of one of the works .
  5. The rite usually consists of exposing the Blessed Sacrament for reverence in a monstrance, incensing, and singing the “O Salutaris Hostia”, “Tantum Ergo”, “Laudate Dominum” (Psalm ), and “Ave verum corpus”, blessing with the Sacred Host, recitation of the Divine Praises and the replacement of the Blessed Sacrament in the.
  6. O Salutaris Hostia is from the last two verses of Verbum Supernum, one of the five Eucharistic Hymns written by St. Thomas Aquinas () at the request of Pope Urban IV () when the Pope first instituted the Feast of Corpus Christi in The prayer is still used today, often at exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
  7. (O Saving Host). The first line of the penultimate stanza of the hymn, "Verbum supernum prodiens", composed by St. Thomas Aquinas for the Hour of Lauds in the Office of the Feast of Corpus Christi.
  8. O SALUTARIS HOSTIA. O Salutaris Hostia is a moving tribute to our Lord, a wonderful hymn written by Saint Thomas Aquinas (pictured below), the preeminent theologian .

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