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434. When the Poor Ones

Text Information
First Line: Cuando el pobre nado tiene y aun reparte (When the pooor ones who have nothing share with strangers)
Title: When the Poor Ones
Spanish Title: Cuando el pobre
Author: Miguel Manzano
Author: J. A. Olivar
Translator: George Lockwood
Publication Date: 1989
Meter: 12 11 12 with Refrain
Topic: Sanctifiying and Perfecting Grace: Social Holiness; Mission and Outreach; Pilgrimage (1 more...)
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: va Dios mismo en nuestro mismo caminar (then we know that God still goes that road with us)
Notes: Hymnal states copyright of text 1971 by Ediciones Paulinas and trans copyright 198O The United Methodist House, however, copyrights have been reassigned to OCP
Copyright: © 1973 José A. Olivar. All rights reserved. Exclusive agent: OCP
Tune Information
Arranger: Alvin Schutmaat
Composer: Miguel Manzano
Composer: J. A. Olivar
Meter: 12 11 12 with Refrain
Copyright: © 1973 Miguel Manzano. Published by OCP
Notes: Hymnal states music copyrighted 1971 by Ediciones Paulinas, however it has been reassigned and admin. by OCP

Audio recording: Sample
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