Here is my translation of Hermann Bonnus' correction to Rabanus Maurus' hymn for the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels. I have attempted to translate it twice, on the basis of each commonly used versions, one unrhymed and the other rhymed, since the first and last stanzas are largely the same as the original. The sixth stanza is a generic doxology for this meter, apparently from St. Gregory the Great. Since that of Riley is less literal (Dearmer does no better), I have provided an alternate translation, and also direct the reader to the superior doxology provided in the other (Roman use) translation. The following tune is that appointed in Lossius Psalmodia (1579).
Father and Son and Spirit, grant this blessing;
Whose glory, all the universe pervading
Knoweth no fading.
1. Christe, sanctorum decus Angelorum
1. CHRISTE, sanctorum decus Angelorum
1. Christe, sanctorum decus Angelorum,