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Friday, July 11, 2014

Tantum Ergo

Recently, I realized that my younger children do not know the Tantum Ergo by heart, so I made this printout in order to help them learn it. I am posting it here, just in case anyone else can benefit from having a printed copy.

Download Tantum Ergo


  1. Anonymous3:28 PM

    Thank you!

    1. You're welcome, Tracy. I keep looking at your Seussical photos, but I haven't had a chance to comment. I hope to do so soon.

    2. So beautiful. This is the only Latin song I leaned in Germany in church. I think it was the only one that was ever sung in Latin. Here people don't know it much in Latin, but our new church choir sings it a lot in Latin so maybe people will learn it.

    3. It is beautiful! My older children know it because we used to sing this and O Salutaris Hostia every First Friday, during Benediction. At our current parish, Benediction takes place after the First Firday Mass in the evening. We go to the earlier Mass, so we don't get to participate in Benediction on First Fridays. On the 4th of of July, there was no evening Mass. Benediction took place after the earlier Mass. This is what made me realize that some of my younger children do not know the Tantum Ergo. :)


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