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Harry Hagan

Short Name: Harry Hagan
Full Name: Hagan, Harry, 1947-
Birth Year: 1947
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Texts by Harry Hagan (18)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Ave verum Corpus natum (Hail, true Body! Holy Body!)Harry Hagan (Translator)English, Latin2
Baptized in Christ, we claim his crossHarry Hagan, OSB (Author)2
Clear the voice and clear the warningHarry Hagan (Author)English2
Come and see the many wondersHarry Hagan, OSB. b. 1947 (Author)English3
Hail sov'reign Love that came to saveHarry Hagan (Author)English2
Lord God triumphant, Wonderful and mightyHarry Hagan, OSB. b. 1947 (Author)English2
Most splendid and resplendent LightHarry Hagan (Translator)English2
O Christ, bright sun of justiceHarry Hagan (Author)English2
O Christ, our Teacher and our WayHarry Hagan (Author)English3
O sanctissima, o piissimaHarry Hagan, OSB. b. 1947 (Translator)Latin3
O Splendor of God's glory bright, O Thou that bringest light from lightHarry Hagan, OSB, b. 1947 (Author (vs. 2-4))English1
Pange, lingua, gloriosi, corporis mysteriumHarry Hagan, OSB, b. 1947 (Translator)Latin4
Rejoice with all the saints this dayHarry Hagan, OSB. b. 1947 (Author)English2
Tantum ergo Sacramentum (Holy sacrament, most holy)Harry Hagan, OSB, b. 1947 (Translator)English3
The angel's promise to a speechless fatherHarry Hagan (Author)English2
The sun no more our star by dayHarry Hagan (Author)English2
This season calls us to returnHarry Hagan, OSB. b. 1947 (Author)English3
Unless the Lord shall build the houseHarry Hagan (Author)English2
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