Adoremus in aeternum

As the Blessed Sacrament is returned to the tabernacle and the priest and servers prepare to leave it is customary to sing a recessional. Adoremus in aeternum is the most commonly used, but there are lots of suitable pieces.

Antiphon: Adoremus in aeternum, sanctissimum Sacramentum.
Psalm 116 (the shortest one in the Book)
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes: laudate eum omnes populi.
Quoniam confirmata est super nos misericordia ejus:
et veritas Domini manet in aeternum.
(repeat the antiphon) Adoremus…

Gloria Patri, Filio, et Spiritui Sancto: Sicut erat in principio,
et nunc et semper, et in saecula sæculorum. Amen.
(repeat the antiphon) Adoremus…

Adoremus
let us adore
in aeternum
for ever
sanctissimum
the most holy
Sacramentum.
Sacrament
Laudate
praise ye
Dominum,
the Lord
omnes
all
gentes;
nations
laudate
praise
eum
him
omnes
all
populi
peoples
Quoniam
for
ejus misericordia
his mercy
confirmata est
hath been confirmed
super nos,
upon us,
et
and
veritas
the truth
Domini
of the Lord
manet
abideth
in aeternum.
for ever
Gloria
Glory be
Patri
to the Father
et
and
Filio
to the Son
et
and
Sancto Spiritui;
to the Holy Ghost
sicut
as
erat
it was
in principio
in the beginning
et
and
nunc
now
et
and
semper,
always,
et
and
in saecula
unto ages
saeculorum.
of ages
Amen.
Amen

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Veronica Brandt
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My research interests include pedagogical approaches to forming choirs, knitting socks and cooking the ultimate toasted sandwich.

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