The Johannine Hymnal, in Memory of John F. Kennedy and John XXIII

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Editor: Michael Gilligan
Publisher: American Catholic Press, Oak Park, Ill., 1970
Denomination: Roman Catholic Church
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d1A child was born in Bethlehem
d2A child was born today
d3A mighty fortress is our God
d4A time to eat, a time to drink, a time to rest
d5A virgin slept in God's embrace
d6All glory, praise, and honor to you, Redeemer, King
d7All of seeing, all of hearing
d8An angel came to Nazareth
d9Angels we have heard on high
d10At that first Eucharist before you died
d11At the Lamb's high feast we sing
d12At the meal before he died
d13Blessed be the Lord, he reigns at God's right
d14Christ has risen from the dead, He has risen
d15Christ has risen, his the scepter, his the throne
d16Christ our leader, Christ our light
d17Christ our Prophet, Christ our King
d18Christ the Lord today has risen
d19Come by here, O Lord
d20Come, Holy Spirit, make us one
d21Come, live in us, Almightty Spirit
d22Come, rich and poor, and young and old
d23Come shake the mountains with your cry
d24Come where the wind is free
d25Come, ye [you] faithful, raise the strain
d26Crown him the King of kings, the Lamb enthroned
d27Eternal Father, strong to save, Your hand
d28Faith of our fathers, living still [faith]
d29Father Almighty, how we yearn to know you
d30For all thy [the] saints, who from their labors rest
d31For you, we wait and watch and pray
d32From all who dwell beneath the skies
d33From the depts your people cry
d34Give thanks to God the Father For all
d35Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, his love
d36Give the King your final judgment
d37God of our fathers, God ever living
d38God of our fathers, Whose almighty hand
d39Good Christian men [friends], rejoice, with heart and soul
d40Hear, all of you who do not have a dream
d41Hear heaven thunder, see it open wide
d42He's got the whole [wide] world in his hands
d43Holy God, we praise thy [your] name
d44Holy, holy, holy, Lord God, Almighty, Maker of the
d45How blest are they who hear God's Word
d46How brightly shines the morning star
d47How great and good is he
d48I can see a new day
d49I know not where the road will lead
d50I lift my soul, my Lord, to you
d51If my voice were like an angel's
d52In ages now long past we know
d53In Christ the Prince of Peace
d54In heaven give glory where God reigns above
d55In the early light of the day
d56Jerusalem, my happy home, when shall I come to rest
d57Jesus is Lord, the race is run
d58Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] come
d59Kum ba yah, my Lord
d60Let all here on earth know well
d61Let all mortal flesh keep silence
d62Let the song of glory rise
d63Let us break bread together on our knees
d64Love is but the song we sing
d65Man is all he is, striving to be more
d66Mary, filled with grace
d67Mary the dawn, Christ the perfect day
d68Mine eyes have seen the glory
d69My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d70My hope and trust lie in the Lord
d71Now hear what God will give
d72Now sing with joy, Jerusalem
d73Now thank we all our God
d74Now the morning sun is here, Emmanuel
d75O beautiful for spacious skies
d76O Christ, our King, our risen Lord
d77O Christ, your church is waiting still
d78O come, all ye faithful, Joyful and triumphant
d79O come, O come, Emmanuel [Immanuel], And ransom
d80O God of earth and altar
d81O God, who gave us life and breath
d82O heaven hear me lend an ear
d83O King of glory, Lord of light
d84O Lord of life, to you we cry
d85O Lord our God, how great you are
d86O Lord, our God, remember your chosen
d87O Lord, your crucifixion made you our servant
d88O love, who drew from Jesus' side
d89O Mary, our mother, this day we shall sing
d90O mortal man, remember well
d91O my God, my God, my only King
d92O [Our] God, our help in ages [seasons] past
d93O say can you see by the dawn's early light
d94On Jordan [Jordan's] banks the Baptist's [Herald's] cry [voice]
d95Out of faith, Abraham obeyed his call
d96Out of the depths, O Lord, I cry, My heavy heart
d97Peace I give you, peace I leave you
d98Praise God, in his holy dewlling
d99Praise the Lord, now come, adore him
d100Praise the Lord, the King of heaven

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