Come, Redeemer of mankind

Come, Redeemer of mankind

Author: St. Ambrose; Translator: Dennis Fitzpatrick
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Author: St. Ambrose

Ambrose (b. Treves, Germany, 340; d. Milan, Italy, 397), one of the great Latin church fathers, is remembered best for his preaching, his struggle against the Arian heresy, and his introduction of metrical and antiphonal singing into the Western church. Ambrose was trained in legal studies and distinguished himself in a civic career, becoming a consul in Northern Italy. When the bishop of Milan, an Arian, died in 374, the people demanded that Ambrose, who was not ordained or even baptized, become the bishop. He was promptly baptized and ordained, and he remained bishop of Milan until his death. Ambrose successfully resisted the Arian heresy and the attempts of the Roman emperors to dominate the church. His most famous convert and disciple w… Go to person page >

Translator: Dennis Fitzpatrick

Dennis Fitzpatrick was one of the first advocates for the folk mass in the Roman Catholic Church after Vatican II. He founded the publishing company Friends of the English Liturgy or FEL. After a long court battle over copyright issues related to the folk mass, he retired from the publishing world. Laura de Jong Go to person page >

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First Line: Come, Redeemer of mankind
Author: St. Ambrose
Translator: Dennis Fitzpatrick

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Armed Forces Hymnal. Catholic Supplement #d20

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