Immaculate Mary

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Immaculate Mary, thy praises we sing

Author: Jeremiah Cummings (alt.)
Tune: LOURDES HYMN
Published in 29 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Immaculate Mary, your praises we sing;
You reign now in splendor with Jesus, our King.

Refrain:
Ave, ave, ave, María!
Ave, ave, María!

2 In heaven the blessed your glory proclaim;
On earth we, your children, invoke your sweet name. [Refrain]

3 Your name is our power, your virtures our light;
Your love is our comfort, your prayers our might. [Refrain]

4 We pray for the Church, our true mother on earth;
And beg you to watch o'er the land of our birth. [Refrain]


Source: One in Faith #909

Author: Jeremiah Cummings

Cummings, Rev. Jeremiah William (Washington, D.C., April 1, 1824--January 4, 1866, New York, New York). After his ordination, he studied at the College of the Propaganda in Rome where he received his doctorate. On his return to the U.S., he was assigned to St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, N.Y., and in 1848 was named pastor of the newly established parish of St. Stephen's, New York City. He was the author of several books on religious subjects. Of these his Songs for Schools (1860, with a second edition in 1862), contain his hymns with the exception of four or five so designated these are all original. Those in common use include: "My God whatever through thy church" is contained in St. Gregory and the La Salle hymnals. "O brightness o… Go to person page >

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Page Scan

Breaking Bread (Vol. 39) #203

Catholic Book of Worship III #463A

Gather (3rd ed.) #886

Gather Comprehensive #790

Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition #783

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Glory and Praise (3rd. ed.) #370

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Journeysongs (2nd ed.) #535

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Journeysongs (3rd ed.) #512

Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #732

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One in Faith #909

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #726

RitualSong (2nd ed.) #993

RitualSong #890

Singing Our Faith #270

Worship (3rd ed.) #708

Worship (4th ed.) #893

Include 13 pre-1979 instances
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