Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary: To which are Added Original Hymns

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Rivingtons, 1871 - Hymns, English - 272 pages
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Page 217 - Heaven is still with glory ringing ; Earth takes up the angels' cry, " Holy, holy, holy," singing, " Lord of hosts, the Lord most high!
Page 68 - To the Father, and the Son, And the Spirit, Three in One, Though our mortal weakness raise...
Page 216 - BRIGHT the vision that delighted Once the sight of Judah's seer ; Sweet the countless tongues united To entrance the prophet's ear. Round the Lord in glory seated, Cherubim and seraphim Filled his temple, and repeated Each to each th' alternate hymn : — 2 " Lord, thy glory fills the heaven ; Earth is with its fulness stored ; Unto thee be glory given, Holy, holy, holy Lord!" Heaven is still with glory ringing ; Earth takes up the angels...
Page 139 - They all in life and death, With Thee, their Lord in view, Learned from Thy Holy Spirit's breath To suffer and to do. 4...

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