Soplo de Dios viviente (Breath of the living God)

Soplo de Dios viviente (Breath of the living God)

Author: Osvaldo Catena (alt.)
Tune: FLORINDEZ
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Osvaldo Catena

Osvaldo Catena (b. 1920; d. 1986) was an Argentinian priest and composer. Showing an early interest in music, he entered the Metropolitan Seminary in Santa Fe, Argentia, where he learned multiple instruments and studied for ordination. He was ordained as a priest in 1943. He started the first School of Sacred Music in Santa Fe, and in 1950 organized the first University Choir. He was soon appointed chaplain at the College of Our Lady of Calvary, but moved his ministry to the poor, harsh areas of Santa Fe, in what he named Villa Prak, “the triangle” outlined by railroad tracks, garbage dumps, and caves near the Rio Saldo. He termed this area Villa Park. He spent much of his life in this area, working to develop the area and provide fello… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Soplo de Dios viviente (Breath of the living God)
Spanish Title: Soplo de Dios viviente
Author: Osvaldo Catena (alt.)
Meter: Irregular with refrain
Source: The New Century Hymnal, 1993, Transl.
Language: Spanish, English
Refrain First Line: Ven hoy a nuestra vidas (Come now and live within us)
Copyright: Spanish words © Osvaldo Catena; Translation © 1993 The Pilgrim Press

Timeline

Instances

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Community of Christ Sings #43

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #458

The New Century Hymnal #56

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