Anglican Catholic patrimony has been enriching Catholics for years

Think of all those great translations of Latin hymns.

For instance, argues William Oddie in the UK Catholic Herald:

Christ is made the sure foundation, . . . the entrance hymn for the Popes [recent] visit to Westminster Abbey: with its magnificent tune by Henry Purcell and equally majestic words by John Mason Neale (from a seventh-century Latin hymn) . . . it was such stuff as ceremonial dreams are made on.

Which begins:

Christ is made the sure foundation,
Christ the head and cornerstone,
chosen of the Lord, and precious,
binding all the Church in one;
holy Zions help for ever,
and her confidence alone.

All that dedicated city,
dearly loved of God on high,
in exultant jubilation
pours perpetual melody;
God the One in Three adoring
in glad hymns eternally.

Not for everyone, but there’s always Ray Repp, the guitar man, heh.