Exsultet, Præconium paschale (Gregorian Chant) Work Title, Exsultet, Præconium paschale. Alternative. Title. Composer, Gregorian Chant. I-Catalogue .

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Therefore on this sacred night, receive, O holy Father, the evening sacrifice of this sacrifice, which praecohium holy Church by the hands of her ministers presents to thee in the solemn offering of this pascgale candle made out of the labor of bees.

These “Exsultet Rolls” were decorated with illuminations and with the portraits of contemporary reigning sovereigns, whose names were mentioned in the course of the “Praeconium”. Sed iam columnae huius praeconia novimus, quam in honorem Dei rutilans ignis accendit. Because it is fed by the melted wax, which the mother bee wrought for the substance of this precious lamp.

As it stands in the liturgy, it may be compared with two other forms, the blessing of palms on Palm Sundayand the blessing pachale the baptismal font at the Easter Vigil. Prweconium using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The affixing, in the pre form of the Roman Rite, of five grains of incense at the words incensi hujus sacrificium was removed in Pope Pius XII ‘s revision. Retrieved from ” https: And now we know the excellence of this pillar, which the bright fire lights for the honor of God.

The Exsultet, sometimes seen as “Exultet” and also referred to as the Praeconium Paschale, is an ancient chant sung during the Easter Vigil. Per eundem Dominum nostrum Iesum Christum Filium tuum, qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitate Spiritus Sancti, Deus, per omnia saecula saeculorum.

Our birth would have been no gain, had we not been redeemed. psachale

Exsultet, Præconium paschale (Gregorian Chant)

The order is, briefly:. The chant is usually an elaborate form of the well-known pschale of the Preface. It banishes enmities, produces concord, and humbles empires. Since the revision of the Holy Week rites, the Roman Missal explicitly gives the title ” Praeconium ” to the Exsultetas it already did implicitly in the formula it provided for blessing the deacon before the chant: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.


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Qui, licet sit divisus in partes, mutuati tamen luminis detrimenta non novit. Praecnium Exsultet sings of this symbolism and recalls for us the history of our salvation; from the fall of Adam, to the events of that first Passover held by Moses and the Israelites, and then finally the events of that last Passover at which Jesus suffered, died, rose from the dead and by which mankind was redeemed.

The procession likewise has a twofold meaning. O how inestimable is thy love!

A night, in which heaven is united to earth, and God to man. It symbolizes the journey of the Israelites out of Egypt, and also the arrival of Christ who is the Savior praecoium the world.

This praefonium the night, when once you led our forebears, Israel’s children, from praeconikm in Egypt and made them pass dry-shod through the Red Sea.

This page was last edited on 1 Novemberat Let the morning star find it alight, that star which never sets: Lift up your hearts. Christ Thy Son, who came back from hell, and shone with brightness on mankind, and who liveth and reigneth for ever and ever. Fugat odia, concordiam parat, et curvat imperia.

Praeconium Paschale, Easter proclamation

O truly blessed night, which alone deserves to know the time and hour when Christ rose again from hell. Ille, inquam, lucifer, qui nescit occasum: O happy fault that earned pasxhale us so great, so glorious a Redeemer! These, then, are the feasts of Passover, in which is slain the Lamb, the one true Lamb, whose Blood anoints the doorposts of believers. This is the night in which Christ broke the chains of death, and ascended conqueror from hell.


O inaestimabilis dilectio caritatis: Qui pro nobis aeterno Patri Adae debitum solvit et veteris piaculi cautionem pio cruore detersit. Rejoice, let Mother Church also rejoice, arrayed with the lightning of paschalf glory, let this holy building shake with joy, filled with the mighty voices of the peoples. And the night shall be as light as the day, and the night is my illumination in my delights.

Receive it as a pleasing fragrance, and let it mingle with the lights of heaven. Ending according to the Missal: Christus Filius tuus, qui regressus ab inferis, humano generi serenus illuxit, et vivit et regnat in saecula saeculorum.

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Gratias agamus Domino Deo nostro. Gaudeat et tellus tantis irradiata fulgoribus et, aeterni regis splendore illustrata, totius orbis se sentiat amisisse caliginem.

For it availed us nothing to be born, unless it had availed us to be redeemed. The Exsultet spelled in pre editions of the Roman Missal as Exultet or Easter Proclamation[1] in Latin Praeconium Paschaleis a lengthy sung proclamation delivered before the paschal candleideally by a deaconduring the Easter Vigil in the Roman Rite of Mass. The text of the Easter Proclamation contained in The United Methodist Book of Worship is chanted by a deacon after the procession into the church with the Paschal Candle: The tone of the hymn is very much one of joy at having received so great a gift as our redemption and eternal life.

Let our mother the Church be also glad, finding herself adorned with the rays of so great a light and let this temple resound with the joyful acclamations of the people. In huius igitur noctis gratia, suscipe, sancte Pater laudis huius sacrificium vespertinum, quod tibi in haec cerei oblatione sollemni, per ministrorum manus de operibus apum, sacrosancta reddit ecclesia.