Conditor alme siderum is a 7th century Latin hymn translated into English as Creator of the Stars of Night. John Mason Neale translated this hymn and it was first included in the 1852 Hymnal Noted.
Creator of the stars of night,
Your people’s everlasting light,
O Christ, Redeemer of us all,
We pray You, hear us when we call.
To thee the travail deep was known
That made the whole creation groan
Till thou, Redeemer, shouldest free
Thine own in glorious liberty.
When this old world drew on toward night.
You came, but not in splendor bright.
Not as a monarch, but the child
Of Mary, blameless mother mild.
At Your great name, O Jesus, now
All knees must bend, all hearts must bow;
All things on earth with one accord.
Like those in heaven, shall call You Lord.
Redeemer us for eternal day
From ev’ry pow’r of darkness, when
Thou judgest all the sons of men.
To God the Father, God the Son,
And God the Spirit, Three in One,
Praise, honor, might, and glory be
From age to age eternally.