Lauda Sion Salvatorem; Praise O Sion, Praise Thy Saviour
Sequence on the Feast of Corpus Christi and throughout the octave.
It was written by Saint Thomas Aquinas (1227-1274).
About 20 translations are in existence.
The one given in Britt is by Monsignor Henry; the tenth verse reads:
When at last the Bread is broken,
Doubt not what the Lord hath spoken:
In each part the same love token,
The same Christ, our hearts adore:
For no power the Thing divideth -
'Tis the symbols He provideth,
While the Saviour still abideth
Undiminished as before.
New Catholic Dictionary