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All for Jesus, Mary, Joseph

Let those who seek the world to please

Author: E. Vaughan
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: E. Vaughan

Vaughan, Edmund, C.SS.R., was born Nov. 26, 1827, at Courtfield, Ross, Hereford, and is now (1906) one of the clergy of Our Lady of the Annunciation, Bishop Eton, Wavertree, Lanes. He is the author of all (except No. 21, “Mary sings, the ravish'd heavens," which is by T. E. Bridgett) of the translations from S. Alfonso Maria de' Liguori, which were edited by Bp. Coffin in 1863 (see pp. 242, i.; 1577, i.). He is also the author of the following original hymns[died July 1, 1908]:— 1. God of mercy and compassion. Repentance. 2. Happy we, who thus united. The Holy Family. 3. Hark ! angelic songs resounding. St. Alfonso. 4. Holy Spirit! Fount of wisdom. Whitsuntide. 5. Let those who seek the world to please. The Holy… Go to person page >

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First Line: Let those who seek the world to please
Title: All for Jesus, Mary, Joseph
Author: E. Vaughan

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Cantica Sacra #d50

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