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With gladsome voice and holy mirth

With gladsome voice and holy mirth

Author: P. J. Cormican
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: P. J. Cormican

Cormican, S.J. Patrick J. (Ireland, March 21, 1858--February 20, 1945), Buffalo, New York). He entered the Society of Jesus in 1880, at West Park, New York, and taught at the Jesuit Colleges at Boston, Holy Cross, Canisius, Brooklyn, and Woodstock, between the years 1895 and 1927. He served as parish priest at St. Michael's, Buffalo, New York (1927-1929), and at St. Ann's, Buffalo (1929-1945), where he died. His translations from German include: With gladsome voice and holy mirth (Hosanna, Church Hymnal) Humbly I adore thee hidden Diety (Hosanna, Catholic Church, American Catholic Hymnal) Maiden most beautiful (Hosanna, Catholic Church, American Catholic) Maiden most meek and mild (Ave Maria zart) (Hosanna, Catholic Church, St. Mary's… Go to person page >

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First Line: With gladsome voice and holy mirth
Author: P. J. Cormican


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Cantate Omnes ... with Supplement #d127

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