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Christ has risen, his the scepter, his the throne

Christ has risen, his the scepter, his the throne

Author: Michael Gilligan
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Michael Gilligan

Michael Gilligan, Ph.D., was General Editor of American Catholic Hymnbook, ISBN 0-915866-18-8, © 1992 by the American Catholic Press. The title page describes the ACH as "a new edition of The Johannine Hymnal, in memory of Pope John XXIII". Dr. Gilligan's work as a text author and as an editor/reviser of others' texts is ubiquitous in both the 1992 and the 1970 editions. Go to person page >

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First Line: Christ has risen, his the scepter, his the throne
Author: Michael Gilligan

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The Johannine Hymnal, in Memory of John F. Kennedy and John XXIII #d15

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