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See, Christ Was Wounded for Our Sake

Versifier: Brian Foley

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Text Information

First Line: See, Christ was wounded for our sake
Title: See, Christ Was Wounded for Our Sake
Versifier: Brian Foley (1971)
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Language: English
Copyright: Text © 1971, Faber Music, Ltd. Reprinted by permisson from New Catholic Hymnal

Notes

Scripture References:
st. 1 = Isa. 53:4-5
st. 2 = Isa. 53:2-3
st. 3 = Isa. 53:6-7
st. 4 = Isa. 53:8-9
st. 5 = Isa. 53:5-6

Brian Foley (b. Waterloo, near Liverpool, England, 1919) wrote this paraphrase of Isaiah 53:2-9, which is part of the "suffering servant" passage (Isaiah 52: 13-53: 12), the longest of the four "servant songs" in Isaiah (the others are in chapters 42, 49, and 50). The "suffering servant song" is the central text in Isaiah 40¬-66, and this part is quoted more frequently in the New Testament than any other non-psalm text from the Old Testament. Foley clearly followed New Testament use of this passage, referring directly to Christ as the "suffering servant." The song text is one of fourteen Foley versifications published in the 1971 British New Catholic Hymnal, a volume he helped to compile.

Foley received his theological education at the Upholland Roman Catholic College and Seminary and was ordained in 1945. After serving churches in the Liverpool diocese, he became the parish priest of Clayton Green, Chorley, Lancashire, in 1971, where he remained for many years. Although he regretted the loss of plainsong and the traditional Roman Catholic style of worship (a result of the changes approved by the Second Vatican Council), Foley began writing hymns in the 1950s.

Liturgical Use:
Lent, especially during Holy Week; also with sermons on Christ's redemption.

--Psalter Hymnal Handbook

Tune

DEO GRACIAS (English)

Also known as: AGINCOURT

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HAWKHURST (Gauntlett)


KABODE

Joyce Recker (b. Hammond, IN, 1951) composed KABODE in 1983 for Fred Pratt Green's "O Christ, the Healer" while she was a music student at The King's College, Edmonton, Alberta. She coined the title to represent the Edmonton co-op house she and her husband lived in at the time; the letter k, present…

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Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #150
Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition #239
Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #137
Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #196Text InfoTune InfoAudio
Include 1 pre-1979 instance



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