Liturgical Poems

Here’s a list of poems from the unabridged, 4 volume, Liturgy of the Hours (mostly), the prayerbook of the Catholic Church and another example, along with Daily Mass, of the answer to ‘More, Lord’:

Anonymous, I Sing of a Maiden, I
Anonymous, The Bellman’s Good-Morrow, I
Ben Jonson, A Hymn to God the Father, II
Ben Jonson, A Hymn to God the Father, III
Ben Jonson, A Hymn to God the Father, IV
Ben Jonson, To Heaven, III
Ben Jonson, To Heaven, IV
Brother Antininus, Zone of Death, II
Brother Antoninus, The Flight in the Desert, I
Brother Antoninus, The Making of the Cross, II
Christina Rossetti,In the Bleak Mid-Winter, I
Dante, Saint Bernard’s Prayer, I
Dante, Saint Bernard’s Prayer, III
Dante, Saint Bernard’s Prayer, IV
Edmund Spenser, Easter, II
Edwin Muir, One Foot in Eden, III
Edwin Muir, One Foot in Heaven, IV
Edwin Muir, The Killing, II
Francis Thompson, The Hound of Heaven, III
Francis Thompson, The Hound of Heaven, IV
Geoffrey Chaucer, The Parish Priest, III
Geoffrey Chaucer, The Parish Priest, IV
George Herbert, Discipline, III
George Herbert, Discipline, IV
George Herbert, Love, I
George Herbert, Love, II
George Herbert, Redemption, I
George Herbert, The Collar, I
George Herbert, The Pulley, I
George Herbert, The Pulley, III
George Herbert, The Pulley, IV
George Herbert, Trinity Sunday, III
George Herbert, Trinity Sunday, IV
Gerard Manley Hopkins, God’s Grandeur, I
Gerard Manley Hopkins, God’s Grandeur, III
Gerard Manley Hopkins, God’s Grandeur, IV
Gerard Manley Hopkins, I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark, I
Gerard Manley Hopkins, My Own Heart Let Me More Have Pity On, III
Gerard Manley Hopkins, My Own Heart Let Me More Have Pity On, IV
Gerard Manley Hopkins, My Own Heart Let me More Have Pity On, I
Gerard Manley Hopkins, O Deus Ego Amo Te, II
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Pied Beauty, III
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Pied Beauty, IV
Gerard Manley Hopkins, The May Magnificat, II
Gerard Manley Hopkins, The May Magnificat, III
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thou Art Indeed Just Lord, I
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thou Art Indeed Just Lord, II
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thou Art Indeed Just Lord, III
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thou Art Indeed Just Lord, IV
H.F. Lyte, Abide with Me, III
H.F. Lyte, Abide with Me, IV
Henry Vaughan, Peace, I
Henry Vaughan, The World, III
Henry Vaughan, The World, IV
J.H. Newman, Lead Kindly Light, I
James Kirkup, Human and Divine Love, III
James Kirkup, Human and Divine Love, IV
John Donne, A Hymn to God the Father, I
John Donne, A Hymn to God the Father, III
John Donne, A Hymn to God the Father, IV
John Donne, Annunciation, II
John Donne, Batter My Heart, III
John Donne, Batter My Heart, IV
John Donne, Hymn to God my God in my Sickness, III
John Donne, Hymn to God my God in my Sickness, IV
Joseph Plunkett, I Saw the Sun at Midnight Rising Red, III
Joseph Plunkett, I Saw the Sun at Midnight Rising Red, IV
Joseph Plunkett, I See His Blood Upon the Rose, II
Kathleen Raine, Northumbrian Sequence IV, I
Kathleen Raine, Northumbrian Sequence IV, IV
Kathleen Raine, Sorrow, II
Kathleen Raine, Sorrow, IV
Kuno Meyer, Lorica-Known as The Deer’s Cry, II
Mary Coleridge, There, III
Mary Coleridge, There, IV
Philip Sidney, Leave Me O Lord, IV
Philip Sidney, Leave Me O Love, III
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Fire in the Earth, I
Rainer Rilke, You Neighbour God, IV
Richard Crashaw, Rise Heire of Fresh Eternity, II
Robert Herrick, His Litany to the Holy Spirit, III
Robert Herrick, His Litany to the Holy Spirit, IV
Robert Herrick, To Keep a True Lent, II
Robert Southwell, The Nativity of Christ, I
Saint Augustine, The Beauty of Creation Bears Witness to God, I
Saint Augustine, The Beauty of Creation Bears Witness to God, III
Saint Augustine, The Beauty of Creation Bears Witness to God, IV
Saint Francis, Canticle of the Sun, III
Saint Francis, Canticle of the Sun, IV
Saint Francis, Canticle to the Sun, I
Saint John of the Cross, Living Flame of Love, II
Saint John of the Cross, The Incarnation, I
Saint John of the Cross, The Soul’s Union with God, III
Saint John of the Cross, The Soul’s Union with God, IV
Saint Patrick, Saint Patrick’s Breastplate, I
Saint Teresa, If Lord Thy Love for Me Is Strong, III
Saint Teresa, If Lord Thy Love for Me is Strong, IV
Saint Teresa, Lines Written in Her Breviary, I
Saint Thomas More, The Measure of Love, I
Shakespeare, But be contented when that fell arrest, –
Shakespeare, I never saw that You did painting need, –
Shakespeare, Let me not to the marriage of true minds, –
Shakespeare, Poor soul the centre of my sinful earth, –
Shakespeare, That time of year thou mayst in me behold, –
Shakespeare, What is Your Substance, –
Shakespeare, When in disgrace with fortune, –
Thomas Campion, De Profundis, II
Thomas Merton, St. Malachy, I
Thomas Merton, St. Malachy, III
Thomas Merton, St. Malachy, IV
W.H. Auden, For the Time Being: Advent III, I
William Blake, The Divine Image, I
William Blake, The Divine Image, III
William Blake, The Divine Image, IV
William Langland, Preaching and Not Doing, III
William Langland, Preaching and Not Doing, IV
William Wordsworth, The Virgin, I

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