St Rose of Lima has 3 hymns in the Dominican Beviary, by an unknown author.
Matins Hymn, Limana Regum Civitas
From ‘The Hymns of the Dominican Missal and Breviary, Aquinas Byrnes O.P. 1943.‘ Biographical sketch. St. Rose (1586-1617) was born at Lima, the capital of Peru, in South America. She is justly styled “the first flower of sanctity in the New World.” Though christened Isabel, she was always called Rose because there appeared in the air over her cradle a beautiful rose which gently touched her face, and then vanished. Later on our Blessed Lady in a vision called her “Rose of St. Mary.” From infancy the choicest graces were showered upon her. As a child she enjoyed to a remarkable degree the gift of prayer, keeping herself constantly in God’s presence. Throughout her life, even in her dying moments, she manifested a heroic love of penance and morti- fication. To offset her striking beauty, she deliberately disfig- ured herself in many ways. She devoted ten hours of each day to needlework in support of her family. At the age of twenty- one she was admitted to the Third Order of St. Dominic, but continued residing at home. She was canonized by Clement X in 1671, and has since been declared the patroness of South America and the Philippine Islands.