Let heaven highest praises bring

Let heaven highest praises bring

Author: Bonaventura
Tune: BONAVENTURA
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Bonaventura

Bonaventura, Saint and Cardinal, commonly called "Doctor Seraphicus," was born of pious and well-to-do parents at Bagnera, in Tuscany, 1221. His father's name was John, of Fidenza, and he was baptized in his father's name of John. It is said that his mother, when her boy of four years old was "sick unto death," made a vow that, if he recovered, he should become a member of the Order of St. Francis, and that, his recovery taking place immediately thereupon, she exclaimed, "O Bonaventura!" (“O what good luck") the name adopted by the son when he entered the Franciscan Order in 1242. He was sent by his Order as a student to the University of Paris probably in or about A.D. 1242, and became a Professor of Theology there in 1245. In 1256, at… Go to person page >

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First Line: Let heaven highest praises bring
Author: Bonaventura
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Church Hymnal #297

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The Methodist Sunday School Hymnal #105

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