V. On the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels especially.
O Lord, King of glory in the fortress of heaven, hail forevermore, and in your loving-kindness, have mercy on us.
The chanting hosts of cherubim proclaim your praise continually, have mercy on us.
The companies of seraphim on high shout to each other in your praise, have mercy on us.
O Christ, King enthroned on high, whom the ranks of the angels sing in endless praise, have mercy on us.
O Christ, whom the one only Church throughout the whole world sings out, sun and moon, stars, earth, sea: and to whom they evermore do service, have mercy on us.
All the saints, heirs of the glorious eternal kingdom, triumphantly proclaim you in noble strains, have mercy on us.
O gracious offspring of the loving virgin Mary, King of kings, blessed Redeemer, you ransomed us from the power of death by your own blood, have mercy on us.
Most illustrious, unbegotten, begotten already without beginning, and without effort excelling all things, have mercy on us.
O Sun of brilliant glory, dispenser of justice, when you judge all nations, we earnestly pray, in pity, have mercy on us.
Source: The Sarum Missal in English, Part II, Alcuin Club Collections, No. XI