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Our hearts aglow with fervent praise

Our hearts aglow with fervent praise

Author: James B. Dollard
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: James B. Dollard

Dollard, James B. (Kilkenney, Ireland, August 30, 1872--April 28, 1946, Toronto, Ontario). Roman Catholic. Studied at Kilkenney Classical Academy and the Grand Seminaire, Montreal; ordained, December 20, 1896. Pastorates in Toronto, 1897-1901, 1910-1946; Uptergrove, Ontario, Ontario, 1901-1910. Using the pen-name Slieve-na-Mon, he published in Catholic magazines much verse with an Irish flavor, of which some was issued in book form by McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, in 1917. He declined various editorships, preferring to serve as a parish priest. --Hugh McKellar, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: Our hearts aglow with fervent praise
Author: James B. Dollard

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Jubilee Hymns for Church and School #d13

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