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Jerusalem, my happy home, how do I sigh for thee

Jerusalem, my happy home, how do I sigh for thee

Published in 15 hymnals

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First Line: Jerusalem, my happy home, how do I sigh for thee



Instances (1 - 15 of 15)

A Collection of Psalms, Hymns, Anthems, &c. to Which is Added the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin #d16

Children's Hymn Book and Sodality Manual #d34

Hymns for the Use of Catholic Catechists and Sunday Schools, for the Diocese of Cleveland #d29

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Laudis Corona #218

Manual of Catholic Melodies #d63

Manual of Hymns for Congregational Singing, Prayers and Pious Practices #d47

Rohr's Collection of Favorite Catholic Melodies for Church, School, Home ... #d28

Roman Hymnal, Complete edition #d62

St. Joseph's Hymnal. 5th ed. #d47

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The Catholic Harp #62

The Choral Sodality Hand Book, Containing Hymns, Canticles and Litanies #d12

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The De La Salle Hymnal #133

The Sabbath School Choir #d30

The Sunday School Prayer and Hymn Book #d14

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