Jesu Redemptor omnium [Quem]; Jesus, The Ransomer of Man

Hymn for Vespers and Matins on the Feast of Christmas; Ambrosian school, 6th century. It has 25 translations. The one given in Britt is by J. Neale, T. Potter, and the Evening Office of 1710; the sixth verse reads:
And we who, by Thy Precious Blood
From sin redeemed, are marked for God,
On this the day that saw Thy birth,
Sing the new Bong of ransomed earth.


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