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El nombre de Dios te ampare (May God's Holy Name Uphold You)

El nombre de Dios te ampare (May God's holy name uphold you)

Author: Mamerto Menapace; Translator: Mary Louise Bringle (2011)
Tune: [El nombre de Dios te ampare]
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Mamerto Menapace

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Translator: Mary Louise Bringle

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Text Information

First Line: El nombre de Dios te ampare (May God's holy name uphold you)
Title: El nombre de Dios te ampare (May God's Holy Name Uphold You)
Spanish Title: El nombre de Dios te ampare
Author: Mamerto Menapace
Translator: Mary Louise Bringle (2011)
Language: English
Copyright: © Brother Mamerto Menapace

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