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Sebastian Temple

Short Name: Sebastian Temple
Full Name: Temple, Sebastian, 1928-1997
Birth Year: 1928
Death Year: 1997

Sebastian Temple (1928-1997) grew up in South Africa and later moved to London, where he worked for the BBC on news broadcasts relating to South Africa. Sebastian converted to Catholicism and spent much of his time composing music for worship.

He is best remembered for "The Prayer of St. Francis," which was played at the funeral of Princess Diana.

--http://www.ocp.org/artists/587


Texts by Sebastian Temple (12)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
All that I am, all that I doSebastian Temple (Author)7
All you heavens, sing out loudSebastian Temple (Author)2
Glorious God, King of creationSebastian Temple (Author)2
Hazme un instrumento de tu pazSebastian Temple (Author)Spanish11
Here at the table of the LordSebastian Temple (Author)2
If we eat of the LordSebastian Temple (Author)2
In this bread we share the crossSebastian Temple (Author)2
Make me a channel of your peaceSebastian Temple (1928-1997) (Author)English31
Sing praises to the living GodSebastian Temple (Author)2
Take my hands and make them as your ownSebastian Temple (Author)3
The Mass is ended, all go in peaceSebastian Temple (Author)2
Though the night is dark and the path unclearSebastian Temple (Author)2
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