Always worth singing, and how appropriately in Ascensiontide:
- "Rejoice the Lord is King" (Chas Wesley, 1744), to Darwall's 148th;
- "The Head that once was crowned with thorns" (Thos Kelly, 1820);
- "Hail the day that sees Him rise" (Chas Wesley, 1742).
What a pity that Wesley, in a sense the Newman (and Faber!) of his age, was kept from finding his true home in the Catholic Church; his hymns are certainly very Catholic in their doctrine, all unknowingly.