Vinde Vós, Fiéis, Cantar

Author: St. John of Damascus

Eighth-century Greek poet John of Damascus (b. Damascus, c. 675; d. St. Sabas, near Jerusalem, c. 754) is especially known for his writing of six canons for the major festivals of the church year. John's father, a Christian, was an important official at the court of the Muslim caliph in Damascus. After his father's death, John assumed that position and lived in wealth and honor. At about the age of forty, however, he became dissatisfied with his life, gave away his possessions, freed his slaves, and entered the monastery of St. Sabas in the desert near Jerusalem. One of the last of the Greek fathers, John became a great theologian in the Eastern church. He defended the church's use of icons, codified the practices of Byzantine chant, and wr… Go to person page >

Translator: Antônio de Campos Gonçalves

(no biographical information available about Antônio de Campos Gonçalves.) Go to person page >

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First Line: Vinde vós, fiéis, cantar
Title: Vinde Vós, Fiéis, Cantar
English Title: Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain
Author: St. John of Damascus
Translator: Antônio de Campos Gonçalves (1960)
Meter: 7.6.7.6 D
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: Copyright translation 1975 Igreja Evangélica Fluminense. Used by permission.

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