Owen Alstott

Short Name: Owen Alstott
Full Name: Alstott, Owen

Texts by Owen Alstott (35)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A child is born in Bethlehem, alleluia!Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Translator)English3
As the dew from heaven falls upon the earthOwen Alstott (Author)English2
Blessed by your sacrificeOwen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English5
Blessed those whose hearts are gentleOwen Alstott (b. 1947) (Author)4
Blest be the Lord, the God of IsraelOwen Alstott (Author)English6
Come, Holy Spirit, come! And from your celestial homeOwen Alstott (Adapter)English1
Come, O Holy Spirit, come! And from your celestial home (Alstott)Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Alterer)English3
Congregavit nos in unum Christi amor (Gathered here, called by the great love of Jesus Christ)Owen Alstott (Adapter)English, Latin4
El amor es comprensivo (For the love of God is understanding)Owen Alstott (Translator)English, Spanish2
End of the day softly falling into nightOwen Alstott (Author)English2
From the depths we cry to thee, God of sovereign majesty!Owen Alstott (Author (vs. 2))English4
Gather your people, Who long to be oneOwen Alstott (Author)English5
Gathered in from every landOwen Alstott (Author)English2
Grant them eternal rest, O LordOwen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English2
Have mercy on me, God, in your goodness (Dios mío por tu bondad, misericordia)Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author (English refrain))English, Spanish2
I will follow your ways, O LordOwen Alstott (Author)English3
In paradisum deducant te angeli (May angels guide you and bring you into paradise)Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Translator)English, Latin5
Juan vio el número de los redimados (All of the faithful were gathered 'round the table)Owen Alstott (Translator)English, Spanish2
Long ago in days of MosesOwen Alstott (Author)English2
Mas yo, Señor (Without your love)Owen Alstott (Translator)English, Spanish2
My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord (Alstott)Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English5
My soul proclaims your mighty deedsOwen Alstott (Author)English6
Now is the time to gather and rememberOwen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English2
O God, I seek safe harbor in this stormOwen Alstott (Author)English2
O God, my God, why have you abandoned me?Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English5
O radiant star of heaven Owen Alstott (Author)English4
O sacred head surrounded By crown of piercing thornOwen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author (alt. vs. 2-3))English5
One thing I ask of the Lord, this I seekOwen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author)English4
Our source of life is Christ the LordOwen Alstott (Author)English2
Out of the depthsOwen Alstott (Author)English2
Panis angelicus, fit panis hominum (Holy and living bread, wondrous food from heaven sent)Owen Alstott, b. 1947 (Author (English))English4
Parce Domine (Spare your people, Lord)Owen Alstott (Author)English, Latin2
Por la Iglesia peregrina (For your pilgrim church)Owen Alstott (Author (verses))English, Spanish3
Sing to the Lord! Sing a new song!Owen Alstott (Author)English2
Una espiga dorada por el sol (From the wheat fields now basking in the sun)Owen Alstott (Translator)English, Spanish2

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