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47. When the Temple Veil Was Rent (Easter)

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First Line: When the Temple veil was rent
Title: When the Temple Veil Was Rent (Easter)
Author: Norman J. Goreham
Publication Date: 2015
Topic: Easter
Notes: This hymn reflects the trauma cause by the devastating earthquake at Christchurch, New Zealand, in February 2011 and points to the Easter hope of new life and new opportunities. The hymn could be used by any church (or other body) experiencing extreme loss. Tune: ABERYSTWYTH, Voices United 196
Copyright: Easter,© 2011 Norman J. Goreham. Used by permission.
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