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The Will of Your Love (Tu Voluntad)

Blessed are you, blessed and holy (Eres bendito, tú eres santo)

Author: Suzanne Toolan; Translator: Pia Moriarty; Translator: Bob Hurd
Tune: [The will of your love]
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Author: Suzanne Toolan

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Translator: Pia Moriarty

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Translator: Bob Hurd

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Text Information

First Line: Blessed are you, blessed and holy (Eres bendito, tú eres santo)
Title: The Will of Your Love (Tu Voluntad)
Author: Suzanne Toolan
Translator: Pia Moriarty
Translator: Bob Hurd
Source: Suggested by Brother Roger, Taizé Community
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: The will of your love (Tu voluntad)
Copyright: © 1995, Suzanne Toolan, RSM. Published by OCP

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Journeysongs (3rd ed.) #716

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