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Product details Original Release Date: Those Five Wounds on Jesus smitten, Mother! That of your wounded Son, who so deigned to suffer for me, I may share the pain Of your wounded offspring, who deigned to suffer so much for me, share his pains with me Share with me the agony of your wounded Son who deigned to suffer so much for me Your wounded Son who thus consented to suffer for me share his pains with me Of your wounded Son who submits to suffer for my sake, let me share the pains Share with me the pains of your wounded Son who is so gracious to suffer for my sake By Thy glorious Death and Passion, saving me in wondrous fashion, Saviour, turn my heart to Thee Let met share with thee his pain, who for all my sins was slain, who for me in torments died.
At the time of his death in he had Stabat Maters. Close to Jesus, with Thee kneeling, all Thy dolours with Thee feeling, oh grant this — the prayer I make. Oh, how mournful and oppressed was that Mother ever-blessed, Mother of the Spotless One: When this earthly frame is riven, grant that to my soul is given all the joys of Paradise!
He whose sighing soul, saddened and suffering, was pierced by the sword Her soul, sighing, anguished and grieving, was pierced by a sword Her grieving heart, anguished and lamenting, was pierced by a sword Her soul bemoaning, torn by sadness and by pain, and by a sword transpierced.
Fac me plagis vulnerari cruce hac inebriari ob amorem filii Fac me plagis vulnerari fac me cruce inebriari et cruore filii. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Work Title Stabat Mater Alt ernative.
Purchasable with gift card. Contact Wayne Glere Society. Fac me vere tecum flere crucifixo condolere donec ego vixero Fac me tecum pie flere crucifixo vers donec ego vixer. At that time he had around 40 Stabat Mater CDs. Grant that my heart may burn in the love of Christ my Lord, that I may greatly please Him Cause my heart to burn in loving Christ the God, that I may please Him Make my heart burn with love for Christ, my Lord Godthat I may be pleasing to Him Make my heart burn with the love of Christ-God, and find grace in his eyes Make my heart to glow within me for the God who came to win me, burn with love for Christ, my Lord Of his Passion bear the token, in a spirit bowed and broken, bear His death within my heart Make me feel as thou has felt; make my soul to glow and melt with the love of Christ our Lord.
To stand beside the cross with you, and gladly share the weeping, this I desire To stand beside the evre with you, and to join you in your weeping, this I desire To stand with you beside the Cross and share your grief is my desire To stand with you beside the Cross and to be your companion in grief is my desire To stand with thee beside the cross and joined with thee in mourning, I desire To stand by the cross with you, to be freely joined with you in lamentation, I desire.
Stabat Mater: Fac Me Vere Tecum Flere
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Let me sincerely weep with you, bemoan the Crucified, for vete long as I live Let me, pious one, weep with you, bemoan the Crucified, for as long as I live Make me to share your pious tears to weep Him that is on the cross as teecum as I live Make me with you lovingly to weep, with the Crucified one to feel the pain, as long as I shall live Make me truly weep with you, and share the suffering of the Crucified, as long as I shall live Make me truly weep with you, grieving with Him who is crucified, so that I may live Grant me indeed to weep with you, to suffer with the Crucified, until I depart this life At Thy feet in adoration, wrapped in earnest contemplation, see, beneath Thy Cross I lie Let me mingle tears with thee, mourning Him Who mourned for me, all the days that I may live.
While my body here decays, may my soul Thy goodness praise, safe in Paradise with Thee. Holy Mother, grant that the wounds of the Crucified drive deep into my heart. Who would not be seized by sadness contemplating the tecumm Mother bemoaning her Son?
All these poems start with the line At the cross her station keeping, stood the mournful mother weeping, close to Jesus to the last. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Please click here to manage your MP3 cart content. Quis non posset contristari Matrem Christi contemplari dolentum cum filio?
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Who that would not grief be feeling for that Holy Mother kneeling — what suffering was ever so? Presto C minor Fac me cruce custodiri. When my body dies, grant that to my soul is given the glory of paradise.
O quam tristis et afflicta fuit illa benedicta Mater Unigeniti O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of the Only-begotten! ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Fere G minor O quam tristis et afflicta. In Thy keeping, watching, weeping, by the cross may I unsleeping live and sorrow for his sake. Blessed Mother, cause the sufferings of the Crucified to be fixed deeply in my heart.
Cuius animam gementem contristatam et dolentem pertransivit gladius Through her weeping soul, compassionate and grieving, a sword passed. Who is he who would not weep to see the Mother of Christ thus, in so much distress?
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Fount of love and holy sorrow, Mother, may my spirit borrow, Somewhat of Your woe profound. Write a customer review.
Who is the person who would not weep seeing the Mother of Christ in flerd agony?
Stabat Mater, Hob.XXa:1 (Haydn, Joseph)
Fire me now with zeal so glowing, love so rich to Jesus, flowing, that I favor may obtain. Additional taxes may apply. Andante E-flat major Flammis orci ne succendar.
As several versions of the Stabat Mater exist, these variations in the Latin text are given per line.