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Soplo de Dios viviente que en (O living Breath of God)

Soplo de Dios viviente que en (O living Breath of God)

Author: Osvaldo Catena; Translator: Gerhard M. Cartford
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Osvaldo Catena

(no biographical information available about Osvaldo Catena.) Go to person page >

Translator: Gerhard M. Cartford

Gerhard Cartford was born in 1923. He helped to edit the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and wrote the liturgical chant service for the hymnal. He also translated some hymns for Libro de Litugia y Cántico and also helped edit this hymnal. He was head of the Music Department at Texas Lutheran University for 13 years Lynette (Mann) Parkhurst, former student Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Soplo de Dios viviente que en (O living Breath of God)
Spanish Title: Soplo de Dios viviente
Author: Osvaldo Catena
Translator: Gerhard M. Cartford
Meter: with refrain
Language: Spanish, English
Refrain First Line: Ven hoy a nuestras almas (Come now, and fill our spirits)
Copyright: Spanish text © 1979 Editorial Bonum; Tr. © 1998 Augsburg Fortress



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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #407
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