O Thoma Didime

O Thomas Didymus, through Christ whom thou didst merit to touch, we beseech thee with sublime prayers assist us that we may not be condemned with the wicked at the coming of the Judge.

O King of the Nations, and their Desire; the Cornerstone who dost unite the divided into one: Come and save mankind, whom thou didst create out of clay.

Eugène Gigout (1844-1925), Antienne dans le mode phrygien ecclésiastique

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