ST DAVID LEWIS, 1616-1679
Beautiful.Well done for finding this in Latin. I could only find it in English and posted it a few days ago. Today however (and tomorrow) I have two Christmas hymns in Latin.God bless.
Hello VictorI am glad you enjoyed it. I think it is gorgeous. I've already looked into your blog and enjoyed your posting of 'Adeste Fideles'. I am awaiting tomorrow's offering. God bless you.
This is beautiful; marvelous images and devotional hymn - in Latin yet. I love hymns in Latin. It's a beautiful language and actually enhances the voice of those who sing. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.Happy 2010 to you and yours. May God grant you every Holy desire of your heart.
Good Morning MaryellenThank you for your comments. I like this video very much too. Enjoy the rest of this beautiful season. God Bless you.
I heard this for the first time not long ago & love it. Thanks for posting the video. Blessing to you this Christmas season.
Good Morning MollyThanks for your comment. I am glad you enjoyed the video. I love it too. Thanks for your Christmas wishes and I wish you and yours all the peace and joy of this holy season. God bless you, Molly.
Breadgirl During advent i heard this in Latin at the Holy Family Church which is run by the Oratory fathers of St Philip Neri. It was a Sunday of recollection in preparation for Christmas. I heard it in Latin and it made me cary by the third verse. The mass was in Latin as well novus ordo but in latin. I am truly blessed to be just about an hour away from the oratory church.
Good morning SmileyIt's good to hear from you. Yes, this is really beautiful isn't it. It seems that Latin is coming back into its own again. In this area anyway, there are regular Latin Masses, etc, in some areas. I believe that one of the Sunday Masses at Westminster Cathedral in London is regularly a Latin one. Happy New Year to you Smiley and God bless you.