Regina Caeli laetare, alleluia


Joy to Thee, O Queen of Heaven! Alleluia. Antiphon of Our Lady said, standing, instead of the Angelus, and also after the Divine Office, from Compline on Holy Saturday until None of the Saturday after Pentecost, inclusively. The indulgences are the same as for the Angelus. It may be found in 14th-century manuscripts, but it is not known who the author was. There are 10 translations. The English title given is by E. Caswall.

MLA Citation

  • “Regina Caeli laetare, alleluia”. New Catholic Dictionary. CatholicSaints.Info. 9 October 2012. Web. 15 June 2021. <>