From the Fourth Sunday of Lent at Saint John’s Abbey:
Lætare, Ierusalem, et conventum facite
omnes qui diligitis eam;
gaudete cum lætitia qui in tristitia fuistis;
ut exsultetis, et satiemini ab uberibus consolationis vestræ.
Rejoice, Jerusalem, and assemble together,
all you who love her;
be glad, you who were in mourning;
exult, and be filled from her consoling breasts.
(You’ll hear the Psallite congregational antiphon blurring into the end of the Latin introit)
Oportet te fili gaudere,
qui frater tuus mortuus fuerat, et revixit;
perierat, et inventus est.
You should rejoice, my son,
for your brother was dead and lives again;
he was lost and is now found.