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Kenneth Morse

Short Name: Kenneth Morse
Full Name: Morse, Kenneth, 1913-
Birth Year: 1913
Death Year: 1999
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Texts by Kenneth Morse (17)sort descendingAsInstances
Bread of life, whose body, brokenKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
Brothers and sisters of mine are the hungryKenneth I. Morse (Author)4
Come, walk with me; we'll praise the Lord togetherKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
Dark are the ways where blindly we have runKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
Don't be scared, you shepherdsKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
From out of the east the astrologers cameKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
God of all living, we make our confessionKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
God of the moving yearsKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
Praise, I will praise you, Lord (Je louerai l'Eternel)Kenneth I. Morse (Translator)9
If stars were like angelsKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
Lord of loveliness, all beautyKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
Move in our midst, thou Spirit of GodKenneth I. Morse (Author)5
O Christ, we climb the hill with theeKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
O Giver of delightful fieldsKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
O God of mystery and mightKenneth I. Morse (Author)3
O Master, may my days be spentKenneth I. Morse (Author)4
Why is the night so stillKenneth I. Morse (Author)2
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