Willard F. Jabusch

Short Name: Willard F. Jabusch
Full Name: Jabusch, Willard F., 1930-
Birth Year: 1930

Willard F. Jabusch (b. 1930) received degrees from St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, Mundelein, Illinois, and Loyola University, Chicago. He also earned a doctorate at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1986), and studied music at the Chicago Conservatory and the University of London. A parish priest at St. James Roman Catholic Church in Chicago from 1956 to 1961, he taught at Niles College of Loyola University from 1963 to 1966 and at the Mundelein Seminary from 1968 to 1990. Since 1990 Jabusch has been director of Calvert House, the Roman Catholic student center at the University of Chicago. His theological publications include The Person in the Pulpit (1980), Walk Where Jesus Walked (1986), and The Spoken Christ (1990). He has written some forty tunes and one hundred hymn texts, often pairing them with eastern European and Israeli folk tunes.

Bert Polman


Texts by Willard F. Jabusch (19)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
At Nazareth she heard the voiceWillard F. Jabusch (Author)English2
From the depths of sin and sadnessWillard F. Jabusch (Alterer)English7
Glory, glory, sing in the highestWillard Francis Jabusch (Author)2
Lord, when you came to the seashore (Tú has venido a la orilla)Willard Francis Jabusch, b. 1930 (Translator)English, Spanish11
Open your ears, O faithful peopleWillard F. Jabusch, b. 1930 (Author (English version))English, Hebrew16
Peace I give you, peace I leave you (Jabusch)Willard Francis Jabusch (Author)3
¿Quién es el Rey de gloria?Willard F. Jabusch (Author)Spanish2
See, all the earth is God's, its people and nationsWillard F. Jabusch (Author (refrain))English8
See how the Virgin waits for himWillard F. Jabusch (Author)English3
Stainless the Maiden whom he chose for the mother (Serdeczna matko, Opiekunko ludzi)Willard F. Jabusch, b. 1930 (Paraphraser)English, Polish4
Tú has venido a la orilla (Lord, you have come to the lakeshore)Willard F. Jabusch (Translator)English, Spanish1
The king of glory comes, the nation rejoicesWillard F. Jabusch (Author)3
We sat and wept by streams of BabylonWillard Francis Jabusch (Author)2
What can we bring to offerWillard Francis Jabusch (Author)2
Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothersWillard Francis Jabusch (Author)2
When I was hungry, you gave me to eatWillard F. Jabusch, b. 1930 (Author)English14
Wherever two or three have comeWillard Francis Jabusch (Author)2
Who is the King of glory, what shall we call him?Rev. Willard F. Jabusch (Author)English41
Your fathers ate manna in the desertWillard Jabusch (Author)2

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