In the Analecta Hymnica, several Hymns in Honour of St. Verena can be found,
Laudes canamus virginis Brev. Praemontratense imp. Parisiis 1513.
Agne patris summi, Christe, Christe, Brev. Praemonstratense imp. Parisiis 1513.
O Verena Sponsa Christi, Hymn. ms. Turicense (Zurich) 14th/15th c. Cod. Sangallen
Lux mundi tenebris fulgida splenduit, Antiphon. ms. Murense saec. 15. Cod. Griesen.
Lateinische Hymnen des Mittelalters, 1853
Mens fidelis jocundetur, Hs. zu S. Paul in Karnten No. 13, 15 Jahrh.
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We have yet to find Hymns in honour of St. Bede, but the Sarum use has a Proper Sequence for feasts of Confessors, we have slightly modified the text,
Adest nobis dies alma
In England the feast of St. Augustine is on the day of his death, St. Philip is commemorated.
Latin English Propers sheet, St.Augustine Canterbury 26/5
Wolstani of Winchester 11th c. wrote the following hymns in honour of St. Augustine,
Caelestis Aulae Nobiles, Vespers Hymn
Summa Dei bonitas, Nocturnam
Aveto Placides praesul amabilis, Matins Hymn
This Hymn is a 12th century imitation of the Salve Festa Dies, originally a Processional hymn sung on Easter Sunday. The text of this hymn comes from a manuscript, in the collection of Corpus Christi College Cambridge.
Salve, sancta dies, celebri dignissima laude, Qua, Dunstane pater, caelica scandis ovans.
Second version, to be sung on the Feast day
We do not have a translation of this hymn.
Transferred this year to the Monday after Low Sunday
1st Vespers with commemoration of Low Sunday
Vespers and Matins hymn, for the Feasts of the Immaculate Conception, Purification and Annunciation of the B.V.M. from the Salzinnes Antiphonal 16th c.
Hymns for St. Wenceslas,
Dies Venit Victoriae, 14th century Prague manuscript
Office from a Prague manuscript of 1677
Ut celebs tuas rebore tyro, Vespers Hymn
Gubernatore spiritali carens, Compline Hymn
Mente praesaga divinitus actus, Matins Hymn
Temporis cursu jubet fratricida, Laudes Hymn