|Short Name:||John O'Connor|
|Full Name:||O'Connor, John, 1870-1952|
O'Connor, John, was b. Dec. 5, 1870, at Clonmel, Ireland. After completing his theological studies in the English College at Rome, he was ordained priest 1895, in St. John Lateran, Rome; and is now (1906) priest in charge at Heckmondwike, Yorks. He contributed to the Arundel Hymns, 1902, a number of translations (see Index of Authors, &c), and the following original hymns:—
1. Ah, Lady of high heaven! B. V. M.
2. All the skies to-night sing o'er us. Christmas.
3. Father of all those far-scattered sheep of Christ. St. Patrick.
4. Hail! O new Jerusalem. Heaven.
5. Jesu! none is like to Thee. The Love of Jesus.
6. Jesu! the dying day hath left us lonely. Evening.
7. Joseph gentle, husband mine. Christmas.
8. Let sweet aud holy sound. Christmas.
9. Our Life hangs dead upon Calvary's hill. Good Friday.
10. The Angelus sweetly rings Ave Maria. The Angelus.
11. The buried flowers keep heart of grace. School Holiday.
12. The hour of grace sublime. Holy Communion.
[Rev. James Mearns, M.A.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)
|Texts by John O'Connor (13)||As||Instances|
|All the skies tonight sing o'er us||John O'Connor (Author)||1|
|Hail, O new Jerusalem, enthroned as a bride||John O'Connor (Author)||1|
|Jesu, the dying day hath left us lonely||John O'Connor (Author)||2|
|Jesus Christ is risen today, Sinners, wipe your tears away||Rev. J. O'Connor (Translator)||3|
|Joseph, gentle husband mine||John O'Connor (Author)||2|
|Let sweet and holy sound||John O'Connor (Author)||2|
|O perfect noon of loveliness||John O'Connor (Author)||1|
|One great and final Sabbath day||John O'Connor (Author)||2|
|Shepherds, tell your beauteous story||John O'Connor (Author)||3|
|Shepherds, what joyful tidings||John O'Connor (Translator (from Dutch))||2|
|This is the day whereon the Lord's true witness||John O'Connor (Author)||2|
|This is the day which God has blest||John O'Connor (Author)||1|
|We've been told a joyful thing||John O'Connor (Translator (from French))||2|