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Sequence The Body and Blood of Christ

Praise, O Zion, Christ our glory

Translator: John G. Hibbard, b. 1948
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Translator: John G. Hibbard, b. 1948

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First Line: Praise, O Zion, Christ our glory
Title: Sequence The Body and Blood of Christ
Translator: John G. Hibbard, b. 1948
Language: English
Notes: For tune see PANGE LINGUA, no. 68 or PICARDY,no. 596
Copyright: © Concacan Inc., 1992

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Catholic Book of Worship III #693

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