Hugh T. Henry, 1862-1946

Short Name: Hugh T. Henry, 1862-1946
Full Name: Henry, Hugh T. (Thomas), 1862-1946
Birth Year: 1862
Death Year: 1946

Born: November 27, 1862, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Died: March 12, 1946, Jessup, Pennsylvania.

Henry attended LaSalle College, the University of Pennsylvania, and St. Charles Seminary, Overbrook, Pennsylvania. After ordination in 1889, he taught English and Latin at the seminary until 1894, music and literature until 1917, and directed the seminary choir. He went on to serve as Rector of the Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys (1902-19), and professor of homiletics at the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC (1919-37). He is also remembered as a lecturer at the Catholic Summer School, Cliff Haven, New York; president of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia; editor of Church Music (1905-14); and author of Catholic Customs and Symbols.

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Texts by Hugh T. Henry, 1862-1946 (24)sort descendingAsInstances
Cometh a new yearRev. H. T. Henry, Litt.D. (Translator)1
Hail Angelic Bread of HeavenH. T. Henry (Translator)1
Hail, thou living Victim blestHugh T. Henry (Author)4
Holy God, we praise Thy NameHugh T. Henry, 1862-1946 (Translator (v. 7))1
Long live the pope his praises soundHugh T. Henry (Author)15
My dearest Savior, I would fainHugh T. Henry (Author)4
Now let the darkling eveHugh T. Henry (Author)2
O Bread of Life from heavenHugh T. Henry, 1862-1946 (Translator (sts. 1, 3))2
O dearest Love divine, my heart to TheeHugh T. Henry (Author)4
O Food to pilgrims given, Bread of the hosts of HeavenH. T. Henry (Translator)4
O happy Day! that could displayH. T. Henry (Author)2
Sing, my tongue, the mystic storyH. T. Henry (Author)2
The Lord, my Shepherd is, and I shall nothing wantHugh T. Henry (Author)2
The Lord said unto my Lord, Be at my right handHugh T. Henry (Author)2
The maid of France, with visionRt. Rev. Msgr. H. T. Henry (Author)2
The memory of Jesus sweetHugh T. Henry (Author)2
The Savior is our suretyHugh T. Henry (Author)2
The Savior is our very foodHugh T. Henry (Author)4
The very angels' bread dothRt. Rev. Msgr. H. T. Henry (Translator)1
The Word, descending from aboveH. T. Henry, Litt. D. (Translator)1
Unto him for whom this dayRt. Rev. Msgr. H. T. Henry, Litt.D. (Author)2
Wondrous love that cannot falterHugh T. Henry (Author)4
Wondrous theme of mortal singingRev. Hugh T. Henry, Litt. D. (Translator)2
Ye faithful, with gladnessRt. Rev. Hugh T. Henry, Litt. D., L.L.D. (Translator)2
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