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[Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world] ((New) Good Shepherd Mass)

[Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world] ((New) Good Shepherd Mass)

Composer: Stephen Somerville
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Composer: Stephen Somerville

Somerville, Stephen Francis. (London, England, April 1, 1931-- ). Roman Catholic. University of Toronto, B.A., 1952; Laval University (Quebec), L.Th., 1956; graduate study in Rome. Pastorates (in Ontario) at Grimsby, 1957-1960; Niagara Falls, 1960-1963; Ottawa, 1977-1979; Midland, 1979-?. Taught at St. Michael's Choir School, Toronto, 1963-1970. Edited (1970-1977) Living with Christ, a "missalette" issued every six weeks, giving prayer and scripture passages for all Masses to be celebrated, and including appropriate hymns. During this time he chaired the Diocese of Ottawa's liturgical commission, and represented Canada (1968-1975) on ICEL, charged by the Pope with preparing a text for the whole liturgy which the entire English-speaking worl… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world] ((New) Good Shepherd Mass)
Composer: Stephen Somerville
Incipit: 66112 26655 56321
Key: G Major
Source: (New) Good Shepherd Mass
Copyright: © Stephen Somerville

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Catholic Book of Worship III #288

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