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The Light of Christ

Author (vs. 4-5): Marcel Miro

(no biographical information available about Marcel Miro.) Go to person page >

Author (vs. 1-3): Donald Fishel

Donald Fishel-- I studied at The University of Michigan School of Music under Nelson Hauenstein and Michael Stoune, graduating in 1972. I then embarked on a career in music publishing and began writing the Christian songs for which I am best known. My songs "Alleluia No. 1" and "The Light of Christ" can be found in the hymnals of the Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, and Roman Catholic Churches. In Michigan, I was the principal flutist with Dexter Community Orchestra. I served as principal flutist with Ann Arbor Civic Band from c. 2001 to 2006. I have played in musical theatre productions with Croswell Opera House (Adrian, Michigan); Chelsea Area Players; Tecumseh Youth Theatre; Salina Area Players; Ann Arbor Comic Opera Guild… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We must all be born again
Title: The Light of Christ
Author (vs. 1-3): Donald Fishel (alt.)
Author (vs. 4-5): Marcel Miro
Language: English
Refrain First Line: The light of Christ
Publication Date: 1994
Notes: Verses 4 and 5 for use during the Christmas season
Copyright: © 1974, The Word of God

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Catholic Book of Worship III #394



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